August 9, 2014 9:00a - 1:15p
Ride with Dan Aykroyd & friends at the inaugural Mighty Peace Harley-Davidson Family Dino Ride on
Saturday August 9/2014. Dan Aykroyd will lead the rally on a customized, autographed 2014 Harley-Davidson Softail Breakout that was
donated by Mighty Peace Harley-Davidson- which later that evening will be raffled off at the Amber Ball, a black-tie fundraising gala
for the Philip J Currie Museum. Starting at 9:00am, riders will meet up at the Mighty Peace Harley-Davidson dealership located at
12401 99 Street in Grande Prairie, AB. leaving at 12:15pm en masse on a set parade route to the Philip J. Currie Museum site in Wembley,
AB. arriving just time to attend the museums Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony. Rider registration is required, cost is $20 with all proceeds
going to the Philip J. Currie Museum- For more information or to register call 780-532-2362
From the Webmaster!
After thousands of miles riding throughout the USA and Canada, finding new roads to travel and accommodations
that cater to bikers has always been a challenge.
In developing this Website I have tried to keep in mind what bikers are looking
for when they are planning a ride; things like the length of the ride (1, 2,3 or more days and distance), places to stop, places to
eat, places to stay for the night and where to get service or repairs as well as accessories for their bike.
I've included monthly
weather forecasts with each ride to help in deciding what to pack and when to go.
A page is dedicated to a featured motorcycle riding
organization of the month and another page for motorcycle news.
And scattered throughout are tips on what to pack, checking your bike
before a ride and other interesting tidbits.
I've also tried to identify "biker friendly" places and what biker friendly means - we've
all experienced checking into a hotel or motel and finding that we have to park our bikes in a dark, obscure corner and get the feeling
from the staff that we were not welcome. Yet there are many places that welcome bikers with special lighted parking, a friendly smile
and sometimes other amenities catered to bikers.
Hopefully this website will give you ideas for new roads to explore and "biker friendly"
accommodations to visit.