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Oct 29th Ride to Lunch

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  • Oct 29th Ride to Lunch

    We attended the usual Saturday morning Vintage Bikers’ breakfast at the Blue Plate Cafe; we rode the Airheads in the morning to give them some usage. At breakfast we learned of a Small-Bore ride thru Huntsville in the afternoon, so we decided to attend that too. After a kinda haphazard romp around the center of town {too many short traffic lights for 17 bikes and random other drivers out enjoying the beautiful temps}, we all parked beside Big Spring Park for some group photos. After another couple of laps through the nearby neighborhoods, we found some parking around the city square where some folks found time for chow. A good time was had by the 17 attendees!

    Win Knudson provided some of these photos from atop his scooter courtesy of [FB:] NAVMC.

    Some small-bore motorbikes awaiting their romp thru Huntsville.

    A view of the group riding through Huntsville with the many colors of autumn.

    At least one house in Olde Town HSV was abundantly decorated for Halloween.

    Another shot as the riders approach the Von Braun Center and the Big Spring Park.
    Karen is on her Honda CRF-230 + Phil is on the Vespa Granturismo.


    Bikes lined up beside a side entrance to Big Spring Park [City Hall is in background].
    Bikes-at Big-Spring.jpeg

    Randy leads the group for another tour of the area before stopping on the city square.

    One more shot along Franklin St headed toward the Madison County Courthouse.

    Sure hope all y’all are enjoying your Autumnal ADVentures in your neighborhoods!

    Hope to see more than a few of you at the Lakeshore Marina & Lodge on the 2nd Saturday!
    By all means, make it a memorable Ride-2-Eat {
    what with the club buying dinner on the 12th}.
    Happy November 1st; another summer is in the books.
    Ciao! Phil & Karen

    We just finished uploading MOA CoddiWomple pictures for our abbreviated Adventures on Rt-66.
    ​​​​​​​Had to turn back toward HSV when K’s father went into Huntsville Hospital unexpectedly...