August 13th :
We met at ECHD for a run to Snoqualimie Falls. It was Ken's 3rd evall ride as a RCC. He lead us on a safe ride on a great day. Afterwards we had lunch at Figaghty's Irish Pub & Restaurant at Snoqualimie Ridge, whare the ride officialy ended.
August 6th :
After the meeting, a large group of us were lead by Jeff (Bob swept) over Chuckanut Drive. We rode via some great backroads to Chuckanut Drive. A fantastic lunch was had at NYP Bar and Grill in Bellingham where the official ride ended.
July 17th :
We found it! The final annual "Where's the Beef!?" ride went off without a hitch. We were lead by Earl and Mark (sweep) over the river and through the woods to and through places we'll never know, finally finding the Beef at Longhorn Barbecue where we enjoyed a wonderful late lunch.
July 12th :
Tuesday, the group was lead via some great roads to Jeno's resturaunt in Monroe for dinner. Although it looked like rain we did not get wet and kept warm. (This is the only Photo we have of this ride. there is no slideshow)
June 19th :
The group rode to Hurricane Ridge. It was a great day for a ride. Hurricane Ridge is such a beautiful place. It is nice to be able to share this time with our group.
June 11th :
The Directors ride was a huge success. The Director lead us to an overnighter in Omak where we had a great time. The food and company were top notch. We look forward to a Director's ride every year.
June 4th :
It could not have been better wheather for a ride. Bob and Ken lead us to a brief stop at the Carnation Starbucks, and onward to Bubba's Roadhouse in Sultan, where along with his regular menu, Bubba prepared a special just for our group. It was a great showing with 28 bikes (thanks Mark for sweeping).
May 15th :
Many of us were headed to the Sky Valley Motorcycle show anyway (many call this the season oppener). Why not do it with your brothers and sisters. We meet at ECHD and made our way to the show
May 7th :
We cracked a few eggs and road to Yakima by way of two canyons. The first canyon was between Cle Elum and Ellensburg. The second canyon was between Ellensburg and Yakima. Sun screen was a good pack for this ride as it was a beautiful day. Some whent home on the same day, some spent the night and made it a riding weekend.
Anniversary Patch:
The 30th anniversary patch has been approved for production by National H.O.G. and we are now taking orders. The first order will be placed on August 18th and the cost will be $11.00 each unless we have an order of 100 in which case the price will be reduced to $9.00. Please email if you would like to order a patch. If you were at the chapter meeting on August 6th and placed an order then there is no need to send an email.