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SATURDAY - Ride to the BMW Rally
BMW MOA's rally is known for its tremendous vendors. You don't need to ride a BMW to find some great motorcycle gear, accessories, parts, etc. In addition, the seminars are varied and informative. Just a 50 mile ride will have you at the Meadow Event Park - birthplace of Secretariat - to enjoy all that the rally has to offer.
Or, explore the history in the area - or just sit and enjoy the quaint town of Colonial Beach.
THERE ARE OTHER LODGING OPTIONS IN/NEAR COLONIAL BEACH IF THE RIVERVIEW IS FULL
Head to South Branch Hotel on some great twisties with an optional stop for lunch at the School House Kitchen in Oldtown MD before crossing the privately-owned toll bridge
This route will take you past the Farnham Colossi - a roadside collection of roadside oddities, such as those giant lumberjacks and an early rendition of the Big Boy. Lunch can be found in Berkeley Springs.
This one will bring you to Curtis Famous Weiners, in Cumberland, MD, serving up chili dogs since 1918. Not your schtick? There are other options in this tiny burg.
Meander through Lost River State Park and along George Washington Nat’l Forest before a stop for lunch in Woodstock VA. Backroads’ own Joe Giuffre suggests Woodstock Café – he should know, he lives there.
If you just want to ride, then get up and out early on Brian’s route for lunch in Helvetia at the Hutte, a fine German establishment.
Travel north to Fulton Steamboat Inn through historic Shepherdstown, perhaps a lunch stop at Thurmont Kounty Kitchen after the peaceful ride through Catoctin Mountain Park. Save room for some ice cream at Ripleigh's Creamery just before Hanover PA
208 miles from Kitzhof to Town & Country Inn with late lunch suggestion in Woodstock VT
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225 mile ride from Town & Country Inn to Kitzhof with stop at Rochester Cafe
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Head to Altoona, PA and Lakemont Park, along some twisty roads to ride Leap the Dips, the oldest roller coaster in the WORLD!
150-mile loop includes lunch at Forksville General Store, ice cream at Eder's in Montoursville and time at Knoebel's Park
175-mile loop with your choice of eateries, some homemade ice cream and some lovely Pennsylvania tarmac to enjoy
170-mile loop with lunch at Waltz Creamery, a stop at the Buggy Museum and some time to ride the coasters at Knoebel's