The Starlite Diner on Route 100 in Fogelsville where it all begins
Ron, the big boss and our host at the Starlite. Word has it Ron reports to a female somewhere so I guess he's not really the BIG boss.
Frank, Darlene, Chris, Chopper Joe and Joni, Dan and Marietta, Lee, and Lisa. Not pictured, Dale and Junie and Kevin and Maggie...
Chris, Darlene and Frank
Dan...waiting for Marietta.
Fred showed up to have breakfast and talk on his cell
Lee and Lisa
Chopper Joe and Joni
Marietta finally showed up!
Kevin goes over safety issues and the general rules of the ride.
Lee brought his new Harley. So Kevin, always thinking of safety, awarded him a box of "Official" Harley-Davidson Parts Bags - aka trash bags - for picking up parts that had fallen off his bike onto the road. He needed them too!
Suiting up and getting ready to ride Jeff - his box of Harley Parts Bags stowed safely away - Lisa, Junie, Dale, Joni and Chopper Joe, Allentown's next city councilman.
How can a ride that starts with Joni and Chopper Joe flying the American Flag end badly? It didn't!
This is the route we took. 120 miles. 5 hours. Fabulous scenery!
Route 100 headed towards Germansville
Pohocopo Drive, the road leading by Beltzville Lake
Just a grand day all around!
Penn Forest Road leading past the Wild Creek Reservoir
Reservoir Road goes past the Penn Forest reservoir. I don't explain this stuff.
Reservoir Road twists and winds around through the forest delightfully.
Still on Reservoir Road
All good motorcycle rides lead to Heisler's Cloverleaf Dairy Barn
This isn't Mecca, but for ice cream lovers and motorcyclists it is.