Washtenaw County ADV Ride II – August 21

08/21/2021 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Inverness Inn
Address: 13996 N Territorial Rd, Gregory, MI 48137

Explore the dirt backroads of Washtenaw, Lapeer, and Jackson Counties.  Dirt roads, with a little gravel.  Starting and ending at the Inverness Inn on N. Territorial (13996 N Territorial Rd, Gregory, MI 48137) with a 10:00am Meet Up on August 21st.

Route/track has be posted in the Rides forum.  Route/track has been revised to correct for closures on Green and Bowdish roads.  Please download and re-install on your Garmin.

This is always a fun ride.  Hope to see you there!

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    The annual meeting of the BMWTCD will be held at the Mahany/Meininger Senior Community Center on Sunday, February 20th from 10:30 am to 1:00 pm.  Here's where we'll plot our adventures for the coming year.  The Center is located at 3500 Marais Ave, Royal Oak, MI 48073.

    We'll have coffee available during the meeting. Afterward, we will meet-up at the Griffen Claw Brewery (Address: 575 S Eton St, Birmingham, MI 48009) if anyone is interested.

    We will have our business meeting first, followed by a review of our proposed calendar of activities.   We'll do our best to finalize our fun riding plans for the year!

    We will be in room #8/9 in the Royal Oak Community Center.

    If you have time, please arrive at 10:15 to help set-up the room.

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    Kissel Motorsports' 6th annual Soggy Bottom Motofest will be a 3-day adventure/dual sport motorcycle rally held at the Fowler Grove Community Center just outside of Port Matilda, PA.  Attendees will enjoy 5 meals, 4 Adventure/Dual Sport motorcycle rides with gps files, live music, free event t-shirt, hot water showers and much more!

    From Kissel Motorsports website:

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