Lake Nipissing, Lavigne, Ontario, Canada. At the Lavigne Tavern. Hosted by the ONTARIO GUZZI RIDERS and the Village of Lavigne. Rally takes place at the western end of Lake Nipissing on Highway 64 near Sturgeon Falls. No rally fee, complimentary burgers, sausages etc. on Friday night. For Saturday night (with donations gladly accepted) we'll have a pig roast. Free live music Friday and Saturday nights usually very good. Camping: Joli Voyageur, 705-594-2813 or 877-869-2428; Cardinal (new campsite) www.cardinalparkmarina.com, 705-594-2475; Deluxe Camp, 866-424-6343; Camp Raymond, 705-594-2301. For more information contact: MGNOC Ontario Province Rep, Phil Tunbridge, firstname.lastname@example.org, 705-722-3312 OR Guy Fortier, email@example.com, 705-594-2301.
Come join the Nevada Moto Guzzi Enthusiast (me) at Dayton State Park. An enchanting little park along the banks of the Carson River, in the path of the Pony Express Route, located in the historic Comstock Mining District. Historic sites, nature trails with actual nature, and hiking paths located in and around the park. Many local rides, both scenic and challenging, include Virginia City, Lake Tahoe and the Sierras. This will also be the weekend of the annual Dayton Valley Days. Rally fee: $30 if RSVP by 16 August; $40 if you show up unannounced. Rally fee includes: two nights tent camping; a hearty and tasty dinner Friday night, yummy breakfast Saturday morning; a Saturday night dinner worth talking about; muffins & coffee Sunday morning and undetermined carbonated beverages. Also: advice on local rides and brothel lore and directions on how to leave town. For more information contact: MGNOC Nevada State Rep Daniel South, 775-246-3870 (home), 775-220-8021 (cell or text). Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Labor Day weekend) Friendly Hills Grange Camp, 5880 Friendly Hills Road, (C.R. 418), Zanesville, Ohio 43701 is located 7 miles north of Zanesville and nestled right on the Muskingum River. Free Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast and Saturday dinner available on site to purchase. 50/50 raffle, door prizes, and awards for Guzzi riders. Tent camping or air conditioned dorm $10/night/person. Cabins $60/night, sleeps six. Limited RV hookups, hot showers. Early and late arrivals welcome. Contact: Andrea Ank, 330-898-7705, or Ohio MGNOC State Rep John Henry, 216-390-2727 or 440-636-9844. To make cabin reservations or inquire about RV hook up availability, contact Friendly Hills at 740-452-0016. You can also visit their web site at: www.friendlyhillscamp.org
CYCLE-MOORE CAMPGROUND, 11075 U.S. 31 South, Interlochen, Michigan 49643. Phone: 231-276-9091 (approximately 6 miles west of M37 intersection). Rally Fee: Before September 1st $35 adults; $10 for 14 years of age and under. After September 1st adults $40; 14 years of age and under $15. Rally fee includes: Two nights camping, dinner Friday and Saturday, huge breakfast Saturday, Continental breakfast on Sunday, vendors, ice cream & popcorn, tons of door prizes, group ride on Saturday, rally souvenir, 50/50 raffle, award plaques for Guzzi rallies. Contact: Ron Kurylo, 2490 Sarossy Lake Road, Grass Lakes, Michigan 49240. Email: email@example.com. Phone: 734-707-5572. -or- Tom Canute, 387 Hobbs Highway, Traverse City, Michigan 49686. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: 231-941-8816.
4 miles northeast of Detroit, Oregon, FS Road 46. BYO. $20 fee to cover camping in the group camp area. Usually plenty of food to go around, bring something to contribute. All Seasons Motel five minutes away. For reservations call 503-8543421 or 877-505-8779 or www.allseasonsmotel.net. For more information call Gerri at: 503-263-3336 or email: email@example.com.
Pony Express RV Park, Maysville, Missouri. Join us Friday for chili & hot dogs drinks and live entertainment, Begin your Saturday with breakfast of sausage, eggs, pancakes and of course coffee. We will have a poker run and we also have bike games for all to participate in. The famous slow race is always a highlight. Kids are included in these games. We follow this with a superb dinner followed by the 50/50 drawing and live entertainment. Sunday is continental breakfast before we send you on your safe ride home. Beverage for entire weekend is included. We are a kid friendly club so bring the family. All of this for only $50 per person, kids 15 and under $5. Riders arriving prior to Friday need to check in and pay daily camping rate. Pre-register to Mo-Kan Guzzi Club, 816 Lincoln, St. Joseph, Missouri 64501. More info at www.mo-kanguzziclub.com or call Ace Malott at 816-262-2651 or Bill Andresen at 816-671-0027.
Kentucky River Campground, 1489 Steel Branch Road, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601. It is hard to believe, but the Kentucky Guzzi Riders Fall Rally with be our 15th! Rally fee is $35. Camping is $8 per person per night. The rally site is about 9 miles north of Frankfort off U.S. 127. 866-227-2465. Hot showers and flush toilets. Contact Rally Chairman: Mike Gozia at 502-241-0337: 7004 Apple Orchard Lane, Crestwood, Kentucky 40014. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make your plans for the North Georgia Moto Guzzi campout in Suches Georgia. Suches is located about 12 miles north of Dahlonega along route 60. This is at Two Wheels of Suches. They have a few rooms available in the lodge, and have a number of cabins. Contact them at; 706-973-1671 or www.twowheelsofsuches.com to reserve a room. Contact: MGNOC State Rep, Wayne Orwig at: email@example.com for details.
Little Orleans Campground, Little Orleans, Maryland. Pancake and sausage breakfast Friday and Saturday. Wild Bill's Chili and Hot Dogs Saturday Evening. Continental Breakfast Sunday morning. Pre registration: $30 before September 1st, $35 at the door. Contact Maryland/D.C. MGNOC Rep, Bill Sharp for details or directions. 410-551-6939. firstname.lastname@example.org
10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. see www.imocusa.com for info. Hamilton Rod & Gun Club, 24 Hamilton Road, Sturbridge, Massachusetts 01566. Featured machine: Cagiva. New fee: $10 per person.
Held at Pipestem State Resort Park at Pipestem West Virginia. We will be at the shelter beside the park headquarters building for our registration, dinner on Friday evening and a gathering place on Saturday. Park headquarters is past the campground on the left halfway between the campground and the McKeever Lodge. Other than the change from the campground to the shelter the schedule remains as always. No reservation fee for dinner Friday at the Park Headquarters, no charge, it's on Carolyn! Breakfast Saturday at 9:00 A.M. Kirk's in Hinton. Lunch Saturday on your own. Saturday dinner at 5:30 P.M. at Brandon's. Sunday breakfast at the McKeever Lodge at 8:00 A.M. for those who want to meet a last time before heading home. I arranged a block of the 11 remaining rooms at the McKeever Lodge to be put on hold for us until September 11th. There are also a few remaining rooms at the Mountain Creek Lodge if you don't mind using the tramway. Call 304-466-1800 and be sure to mention Moto Guzzi group when making your reservation. I look forward to seeing everyone again. Since this is the TENTH Mountain Guzzi Rally, let's make a big one! West Virginia MGNOC Rep, Lemuel Stephens, 304-633-7417. email@example.com webpage: www.mountainguzzi.com.
The one-day FREE event for Guzzi riders and their guests will be held at the American Legion, Post 15, 18251 CR 498 in Lindale, Texas. It begins Sunday morning, October 4, at 8:00 A.M. with coffee, tea, and Ken Hand's delicious homemade dessert breads. Enjoy a scenic "Armadillo Run" through East Texas or do some tire kickin' and bench ridin' with friends. There will be Awards, a 50/50 drawing and door prizes. Spaghetti Lunch is included! Come Friday or Saturday, October 2 and 3, for the Pre-Rally Campout and camp for free at the American Legion. If you need electric and water hookups, then it will cost $15 per night. Please contact me in advance if you need E&W hookups. You can pitch a tent wherever you want - by the lake or under the trees on higher ground! There is a big fire ring by the lake and plenty of wood for a fire if we don't have a burn ban this year. Friday supper and Saturday breakfast and supper will be included also. You will find plenty of things to do in the East Texas area so you won't get bored if you come early! Kids and pets are welcome. For those of you who don't like to camp, there are several motels in Lindale and surrounding areas. For more information, contact MGNOC Texas State Rep Georganne Foster, 903-316-7720 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
10:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. A tribute to Marsh Motorcycles, at The Vanilla Bean, Rte. 44 and 169, 450 Deerfield Road, Pomfret, Connecticut 06259. www.vanillabeancafe.com.
The Rendezvous by The Chipola River, Scotts Ferry, Florida. Same place as the previous 10 years. Same rules also. ie Free rally, Free Fish Fry on Friday night (Florida MGNOC), Saturday Mystery Meal (Florida Poverty Riders and BMWOA). Coffee and snacks every morning provided by CMA riders of the Florida Pan Handle. Bon Fire continuously, games, field events. Rides to the Gulf Coastal towns. Camping is $5 per night, per rider. RV's will be at the campground rate. Contact MGNOC State Rep Jim DeGregoria, 850-871-2800. Email: email@example.com.
7:00 P.M. - ? End of year get together (two-up with the ladies or a partner, or solo) at The Log Cabin, 383 Rte. 87, Lebanon, Connecticut 06249… 860- 456-7663, www.logcabinct.com. Please R.S.V.P. to Steven Rossi by Wednesday, December 2...248-470-5788 or firstname.lastname@example.org.