Motorcycle Classics Goes to Pennsylvania, the Isle of Man and More

| 2/16/2016 12:00:00 AM


Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece, Fallingwater, will be on our Pennsylvania ride itinerary.  Photo by Helgidinson/Fotolia.

It’s going to be a busy summer at Motorcycle Classics as we add the inaugural Ride ‘Em, Don’t Hide ‘Em Get-Away Aug. 5-7, 2016, at Seven Springs Mountain Resort in southwestern Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands, to our busy calendar.

The area is something of a best-kept secret, with miles of two-lane roads weaving their way through the surrounding countryside. It’s also home to celebrated architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s most famous architectural structure, the incredible Fallingwater. Designed by Wright in 1935 and built over Bear Run Creek, Fallingwater is on the Smithsonian’s Life List of 43 places to visit before you die.

We’ll ride to Fallingwater for a private guided tour, riding down little-known back roads as we explore the area getting there. We’ll also take a spin across the West Virginia border to Coopers Rock State Park, a stunning, little-known piece of West Virginia defined by breathtaking views of the Cheat River Gorge.

Sweetening the deal, you won’t have to bring your own bike if you don’t want to, as we’ve teamed up with classic bike tour specialists Retro Tours to supply classic bikes from their 20-strong stable of Seventies twins, featuring gems including a 1971 Rickman Royal Enfield Interceptor 750, a 1973 Norton Commando 750 Fastback, a 1974 Benelli Tornado 750, a 1975 Ducati 860GT, a 1974 Kawasaki 650 W3, a 1977 Harley-Davidson XLCR Café and more.