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    Would You - NC to FL On Classic Motorcycles?

    I know it's a year away, but I am curious how many members of this forum would join us if we were to ride classic motorcycles from Wheels Through Time in Maggie Valley, NC to Riding Into History in St Augustine, FL next year?

    Not sure if Dale and I are going to do this on some old Harley motorcycles but we are thinking about it.
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    Re: Would You - NC to FL On Classic Motorcycles?

    america's highways are not the safest place for classic bikes.what roads and how mant days? how will we be part of history?

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    Re: Would You - NC to FL On Classic Motorcycles?

    Quote Originally Posted by rob View Post
    america's highways are not the safest place for classic bikes.what roads and how mant days? how will we be part of history?
    Cross the road on your mechaniically-braked classic motorcycle and mesh with the grille of a Peterbuilt coming the other way, and you'll be history! Of course!

    Sorry, I couldn't resist that.
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    Re: Would You - NC to FL On Classic Motorcycles?

    history written by pete r built my 45 aint fast enough to stop slowly.

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    Re: Would You - NC to FL On Classic Motorcycles?

    We are thinking all back roads (no interstate highways) from Maggie Valley (Wheels Through Time) to St. Augustine, FL for the Riding Into History charity event and concours.

    Either 2 or 3 days depending on which route we take.
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    Re: Would You - NC to FL On Classic Motorcycles?

    I considered riding my '65 from Charleston to Daytona this year just for kicks, as the bike was already down there, but I unfortunately couldn't find the time. I think it would be great fun to do a distance vintage ride like this. I would definitely be interested if I can make it work with my schedule.

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    Re: Would You - NC to FL On Classic Motorcycles?

    Sounds like a great idea. keep us posted.
    Last edited by drewehe; 05-31-2009 at 07:51 AM.

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