I always wonder just what percentage of biker folk are actually suit-n-tie the rest of the time. I am not hating, just curious. And jealous.
One here, although I prefer my Honda.
Any others want to stand up and be counted?
I'll admit it. The group I ride with has people from all walks of life. Doesn't matter who we are or what our backgrounds are as long as they ride safe and are respectful. Some weekends there can be up to 100 riders and yes we split up so there are no more than 12 in a group and we do not interfere with traffic. We do a lot of charitable fund raising. Every other Sunday we set a destination, anti up for the cause of the week and take off.
Very interesting! Did they charge you an increased fee for this weekend?Enjoy! I'd love to be there... anywhere... for a bike fest/week, but DW hates the noise.
HA! I picked this CG last week because it was empty and I just needed a little quiet down time! So no, got a real good rate. This weekend will be entertaining.
Boy these bikers sure do know how to cook though! Last night the great smells of all of them cooking was coming thru my vents in my MH the dogs where walking around on their hind legs trying to find out where the smell of cooked food was coming from. Traveling with me they don't very often get to smell good cooking like that!
good luck with that!!! There are about 300,000 people descending on Leesburg for the event…
The Emerald Coast Bikefest in Holt FL. is also this weekend…
Love my mass produced, entry level, built by Lazy American Workers, Hornet
Well, I wasn't a suit and tie guy, but I was an IT professional and I have been riding for 45 years... Some in our "Old Retired Guys" sub group of our club (Gypsy Wheels) are retired Chicago Police, Dentist, business owners, IT professionals, and a host of other careers as well...
We ride Honda Gold Wings, but it really doesn't matter what you ride - as long as you ride
I don't try to explain to people why I ride a motorcycle,
For those who understand, no explanation is necessary,
For those who don't understand, no explanation is possible...
2000 Ford F-250SD, XLT, 4X4 Off Road, SuperCab
w/ 6.8L (415 C.I.) V-10/3:73LS/4R100
Banks Power Pack w/Trans Command & OttoMind
Sold Trailer - not RV'ing at this point in time
Well I was hoping for a lot of music playing, partying and good food this weekend from all my fellow biker campers. Thought maybe I'd even join some of them. But when they get back from BikeFest they all just turn in early, lights out, zip zero! Probably cause most of them are all over the age of 40!
"We must be willing to get rid of the life we've planned,
so as to have the life that is waiting for us".
You just can’t depend on he!!s angles for anything any more…
What’s the world coming to???
You need to get out of the CG and go to the event, I am sure there will be some memorable moments for you there…
I don’t know what age has to do with anything, but we checked into a CG in DeBary FL on the St Johns river for New Years Eve… they had a party and all staying were invited…
I must say it was the first NYE party I have ever been to that ended at 10 PM so the party goers could make bed call…
We had three guys on Harley's roll in and set up next to us a couple summers ago on a Sunday eve. They were traveling light and sleeping with bedrolls on the ground.
Well Sunday eve in this campground the raccoon's were in full force raiding all the dumpsters brimming from a busy weekend. On multiple occasions we were awakened by the Harley dudes screaming like girls because the raccoons joined them in their sleeping bags We chuckled ourselves back to sleep.
Monday AM they were moving pretty slow due to the lack of sleep. I wandered over and asked if they heard those girls screaming in the middle of the night. We all had a good laugh and shared a pot of coffee.
We camped this weekend in OC maryland, apparently it was spring bike fest, now, I have been raised around harleys all my life, love motorcycles, but after 3 days of hearing the bikes constantly being revved up for no apparant reason I never want to hear another one again! At 10:30 at night we had a group of guys that would just start up a bike, letting it idle for 10 minutes then rev it 8 or 10 times then shut it off! Very aggravating!
I commute on my bike. BUT
When I camp with the bike it is a 1 man tent, a sleeping bag and only the clothes that fit in the saddle pack. Trust me, you do not want to be near me after 2-3 days in the saddle until I find a laundry mat.
The older I get the less I bike camp and more I RV.