Ride ’Em, Don’t Hide ’Em Getaway Returns
The Ride ‘Em, Don’t Hide ‘Em tour happens Aug. 4-6!
The Motorcycle Classics Ride ’Em, Don’t Hide ’Em Getaway at Seven Springs Resort in Seven Springs, Pennsylvania, is set for Aug. 4-6, 2017. Response to last year’s event completely exceeded expectations, so we’re doing it again!
The concept is simple; hang out and ride great roads. Eighty-three of you liked the idea enough to make the trek to Southwestern Pennsylvania, with six riders joining Joel Samick for a back-road romp from RetroTours headquarters in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, to Seven Springs. Last year’s ride included visits to Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural masterpiece, Falling Water, plus Coopers Rock — and of course great riding through the Laurel Highlands in Pennsylvania. This is truly stunning territory, a mixture of woods and open farm land punctuated by broad ridges and sudden valleys of idyllic farm land, with ribbons of two-lane black top slicing through it all.
RetroTours will once again offer rental bikes from its 20-strong stable of classic ’70s twins, and if you’re looking for more adventure you can link up with them for the round-trip run from Kennett Square for the event (retrotours.com). We’re still working on this year’s route and special guest — former Norton employee and current Barber museum restoration expert Brian Slark headlined last year’s event — but you can count on another great weekend filled with great people, great food and great riding. It really doesn’t get much better than that. For more information and to reserve your spot, go to MotorcycleClassics.com/PA2017.
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