Hey! June 3rd is not here yet. Come back soon.
Another fantastic gathering of "funny bikes". I have made this rally every year but 1 and do not plan on missing another. The rides along the river and up to Tremont are just more fun every year. This year with Tom F, John F, and I rode up out of Cade's Cove and had an exhilarating 6 mile descent. Way too fast but don't tell our wives. Here are a few pics from the rally, some by us and some taken by others posted on the facebook page originally. Enjoy!!
Great day at the Camp. Hosted by Cpt Woody and a bit cold but what a great place to rest and recover. This has become an annual meeting for us and I hope it will remain as a gathering place for Heroes! Thanks, Kay, John T, Woody and Charlie for making us feel so welcome.
July 11, 2017 By honorthewarriors
October 27 and 28th are days you needed to mark on your calendar. I hope this year’s will be the biggest event yet. Our first day of will begin in Eastway Park in Charlotte, NC. We will ride through Downtown with stops at various points of interest, including an elementary school, Panther’s Stadium, and if time permits, the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Lunch will be provided at Central Piedmont Community College followed by a trip down Sugar Creek Greenway to Freedom Park. From there we will ride through some of the residential areas of Charlotte to Hawthorn Academy where we will speak to the gathered students. The ride will end back at Eastway Park.
March 21, 2017 By honorthewarriors
The Warriors just spent this past weekend exploring the Swamp Rabbit Trailfrom Greenville, to Travelers Rest SC. This was a fantastic opportunity to meet and renew old friendships with SC Warriors. Sue D really came through with donations from Sabal Homes, DAV Greenville, and GE Veterans Greenville. Because of their generosity we all had a place to sleep, lunch and a Saturday night burgers and dogs on the grill dinner.
May 24, 2017 By honorthewarriors
The Rally has come and gone leaving great memories, renewed friendships and new friendships. The mountains of Tennessee were once again a fantastic place to spend a few days with some wonderful people. We arrived in Marysville on Thursday with just enough time to get registered for the Friday ride. The ride left from the Tremont Lodge in Townsend at 0830 and headed down stream toward Coulter Bridge. Jane and I were about 20 minutes behind due to an early mechanical failure of the tandem. We still had a good time and the ride was as it has always been a pleasant and peaceful ride along the river.