I want to thank Todd, he hosted a great ride, Friday night I got home back in Racine after helping the Condo people get the docks in. My wife started trying to talk me out of going because of the cold weather, it got down to 34 that night and was 43 when I left a little after 8.00am. I told her I would ride to the highway (I-94) and see how I was doing. And I was fine ( was more over dressed in layers ) I got to Pine Bluff where the ride started and by cell phone was able to find Todd and his crew. There was bikes and people everywhere, and what a showing of every model and make. Lots of garage built and pro built café racers. and older restored bikes, even some unrestored rough bikes but running good. I saw a good dozen of older 650cc Triumph's I am in the middle of getting a 66 Triumph and 68 engine mostly a parts bike, a 20 footer. It will look great from a distance and as you get closer you see different year parts not correct. but it is a rider, I saw 4 beautiful Triumph's the same thing from IL. Bikes fro IL. IA. and MN. were there. I had no idea what a beautiful area I was in, and the roads, wow twist and turns, You start in a valley with hills all around you, farm land, wow wonderful county roads for those of you that don't know, all our county roads are paved in WI. We took the long way to Leland and enjoyed the country roads. It was more a bike show of bikes you haven't seen in years,
They do this ride twice a year, spring and fall first Sunday in OCT. And the fall run is usually better weather, but this is Wisconsin and weather can change any time.
1977 Honda GL 1000, 1982 Honda GL 1100I went naked, 1976 Honda LTD rough long range project, 1945 Indian Chief, 1947 Indian Chief, 1948 Indian Chief, 1958 Cushman Highlander, 1959 Cushman 3 wheel Mailister, 1966 Triumph TR6,