Yeah, I like looking at them to.My wife and I were invited to ride with Cruzier and Joannie and their crew. You probably rode down with them from Augusta then? We have been on a few other rides with the two of them. Alway a great time.
Uh Oh what are you gonna do now Jeff. I can only imagine.Hope the members get some enjoyment from the photos,and see what they missed. It was a real busy weekend for me. I wasn't home much as you can see.
It was really good seeing you and Randy this weekend Ride safe my friend
Thanks Jeff, I'll be coming up for the wounded soldier ride on the 25th and hope to round up a few other bikes. Been pretty busy but hope to have the Highway To Health bike run posted on your site soon. Hope to see you there!
Hey Jeff, would it be possible to put a short ride notice section on the site. Example: I decide on a Friday night that I am going to ride to hampton beach on Sat morning so I post it and ask that if anyone wants to go I will meet them in (some place} at a certain time. And people can check before turning in for the night and see if some one is going on a ride and they can decide if they want to go or not. I think it would work. I am not sure how you would do it on your end, but I know your clever and could figure it out.. And then again maybe its not a good idea. Some times I think to much !!!LOL
Thanks Jeff, We do the best we can...Did not get to see interview.Will see it today at one of the members homes, they taped it . We have a great crew...we all have families and work. Everyone really puts a lot into the club.Doing events gives us a common goal to work together.THATS SOME THING TO TAKE PRIDE IN!!!
Dont have a commercial bike shop just my home shop...As far as the Pridesmen R/C we are a Motorcycle Riding Club, that puts on the "Bikers for the Brave" run. We are family orientated not 1% ers . I'm a former Marine founded the club in 2006. Only requirements are : must be 21, ride an American made bike or have owned one. be prior military,current military,or sponsored by a member in good standing. we produce our own DVD'S of our events etc... new web site is under construction & we are on facebook (Pridesmen Rc) or web site...Pridesmenrc.yolasite.com we hold charity events/fund raisers to help the less fortunate. on face book we have a video of our 2008 "Bikers for the Brave" event. check it out! Dont forget Ridin Steel show today at 11am!
I'm sure we did...LOL...The weather lloks great for today! Yesterday some of us Pridesmen jumped on our scoots went for a great ride, from Hope to Monmouth to pick up a bike for our treasurer then back to my shop. We headed to Belfast to pick up to other members and off to Point After restaurant for some great food! Was a great ride, but got chilly when the sun went down...made it home around 9:30 pm. Today taking advantage of the sun again and meeting up with some folks interested in coming aboard the Pridesmen machine....We always have a great time ! Hope to meet you soon! take care my friend !
Jeff, I don't know if you heard about the accident in Arizona where several bikers were killed and injured by a sanitation dump truck hitting them from behind. They were member of a riding club. Here is the link for the club. Heyhttp://www.meetup.com/Phoenix-M-C-Kruzers/ I didn't know that maybe you might want to send them a message from Maine Biker expressing our condolences.
Thanks for the warm welcome. We'll be visiting here more often once RideMaine is off to print. (That would be this coming week.) Looking forward to April's Newsletter. I'll be in touch with Valerie and we'll get you all a nice preview of this year's publication.
Deb Mosher, RideMaine
We are about 9 miles from the Bangor - Brewer bridge out Route 9 and yes we do serve breakfast. Open from 7 a.m. Monday - Saturday and on Sunday we opne at 8 a.m. and serve a Sunday Breakfast Buffet for only $7.95. Best breakfast in town. If you want to see what we serve go to our web site: clewleyfarm.com