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[tweetmeme] Do you remember when I asked for donations for the No Destination Poker Run to benefit The Ronald McDonald House?  Well one of the awesome donations we received was a 40″ Flat Screen TV!!  The group decided to sell separate raffle tickets for it.  The tickets are $10 each and the winner will be pulled on August 28th at the Poker Run.


You need to be local to Upstate NY because the winner of TV will need to pick it up in Round Lake, NY.

You can purchase tickets for the raffle or register for the poker run at The Rusty Nail in Clifton Park, Bentley’s Tavern in Malta, or The Mill on Round Lake.  You can also leave me a comment and I will contact you through direct email with more information if needed.

Thank you in advance for your support.

Who’s coming on the Poker Run?

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It’s late…
I’m tired…

So let’s get right to the point.

WATCH FOR MOTORCYCLES

A very close friend was hit by someone doing a U-turn in Round Lake.
She said “I didn’t see you.”

A man was hit and killed near Clifton Park.
The boy driving didn’t see him.

A new member of our motorcycle club was rear ended.
The man didn’t see him.

A friend of mine back home posted her co-worker got a call Tuesday that her husband was killed on his motorcycle.
(I don’t know the details)

We were almost hit earlier this evening.
He wasn’t looking.

Motorcycles are EVERYWHERE!!
Open your eyes and LOOK!!
Open your ears and LISTEN!!


Look twice – save a life.
Because one day it could be mine.

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Where's our Destination?

So tonight I was working on making ride plans for our motorcycle club No Destination.  If you’re local to Round Lake, NY and ride motorcycles you should check it out.  All types of bikes are welcome.  We have Harley’s, Sport Bikes, Yamaha’s, Suzuki’s, Triumph’s, Victory’s, choppers, etc….  (By the way, they have a Facebook page now – check it out)

No Desination

Anyway, back to the ride plans…  I use the Harley Davidson Ride Planner to map out the rides.  The program can be frustrating to say the least.  It does help to check the “Avoid Highways” box.   Every time you drag the route to a different road it creates a waypoint along the ride.  By the end of the ride it tells you 10 times to “continue on route 9.”  It’s annoying if you’re trying to condense the ride to one page.

Moving on – Do any of you in the northeast have any good destinations to ride to?  We need rides within an hour radius of The Mill in Round Lake, NY for our weekly rides as well as some rides further out for weekend rides.

Do you have ride ideas for us?
And if you know good roads to get there (that aren’t highways) it’s even better!!

Thanks for all your help.
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