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  3. This 3300 km 9 day route offers a variety of different landscapes, from mountainous to rural to waterfront. I may try it next time anti clockwise to experience being closer to the water and most definitely very different views. Keeping the days between 250-325 kms seemed to give enough time to take in some sights along the way. Some highlights being Reford Gardens in Grand- Metis, Sentiers Parc des Chutes in Riviere du Loop and some great looking lighthouses. We were thrilled to be able to watch some seals just outside of Matane lounging on some rocks. Great weather and next to no tourists, an
  4. We'll meet on the north side of 89A at the Granite Dells Parkway. 9:15 staging, 9:25 ride/safety briefing, KSU at 9:30...
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    End of Summer Victory Gathering Details Sunday Sept 20th at 1:30 PM โ€“ 5 PM Victory Gathering At The Hall in Des Moines, Address: 111 S 11th St, West Des Moines, IA 50265 Hosted by Central Iowa Victory Riders Calling ALL Victory riders, come show your Vic, enjoy food and fellowship with other Vic riders.
  6. Coal Miners' Park in St. Charles. MI Sponsored by the Wolverine State Victory Riders and the Northern Michigan Riders. The Fall Saddlebag Picnic is a way to get our motorcycle friends together one more time, as the riding season closes. No fees (compliments of the Northern Michigan Victory Riders), no charitable donations, no worries. Just breaking bread with our Victory Motorcycle brothers and sisters. It's tagged a "saddlebag picnic." Bring a dish to share that fits in your saddlebag, on your bike or in your trailer. The WSVR and the NMVR will provide the meat, condiments, plate
  7. Thanks for sharing the pics, and for put here the pics. For me the club comes first! The club is where there is history and traditions, the club is the basis, solid foundations of the values of our sense of belonging. Ok FB can be fine, but always after the club. The club has to be first (if you really believe it) thanks to those who put the photos here. Congratulations again. Nice to see so many Vics and many people smiling and happy to be together sharing the same passion. Enjoy your Vic Ride โœŒ๐Ÿป Greetings from Italy ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿคœ๐Ÿป๐Ÿค›๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ
  8. Man we had a ton of fun, met old friends, made new ones, but the roads there are amazing. Snake, Back of the Dragon, Roan Mountain, Mitchell, appreciated being able to download the files into Rever and go ride.
  9. The National Rally in Johnson City, TN was AWESOME! The Tennessee group were great people, the hotel staff was excellent and thankful we were there. 236 people was the mentioned number. The meal at the Swiss Chalet was delicious and and wonderful staff. Of course, those who have ridden in eastern Tennessee and North Carolina know it is some of the most beautiful, fun and challenging roads in America. Even the weather was cooperative. Those who were afraid to come missed out on a great time. Victory owners are a different breed and we met so many new friends and had a lot of laug
  10. I was trying to share to the local chapter and could not get it figured out.
  11. Thank you Amanda. I know they are posting pics in FB.
  12. It's a bit of a task to upload multiple pics here Mike...... believe me I've tried (and it could be my connection). If you are interested here is the link to check out the 2020 Rally pics in the VMC FB Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/thevictorymotorcycleclub/ the album is in announcements. Once they are all in the album I can try and get them over here as well
  13. Oh thatโ€™s not true! I just got got home from the rally 2 hours ago.. 2178 mi from Kansas to TN. I know quite a few others that wonโ€™t post for a few more days cuz they are still riding. Hang on a bit for those pics. Hereโ€™s my few
  14. Sad to see nothing has changed. Not 1 post from anyone who went. Bet there are tons on Facebook. I guess everyone had a blast but who would know.
  15. This is a great rally, I am so honored and grateful to be here. Many pics to follow Iโ€™m sure
  16. A quick welcome message from Reverend Beavis.
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    Here's something you won't see very often....
  18. PLEASE don't forget to post TONZ o' pictures!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wish we could be there, LOVE that area!!! ๐Ÿ˜Ž
  19. Well said Candi - let me also send greetings and best wishes to you all, from Taiwan. Enjoy, have fun, stay safe.
  20. JUST WANT TO SEND MY GREETINGS TO EVERYONE WHO IS ATTENDING OUR 2020 NATIONAL RALLY AT JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE. ALTHOUGH ARNOLD AND I HAD PLANNED TO ATTEND BUT COVID CONCERNS (AS WE ARE IN A HIGH RISK CATEGORY) HAS KEPT US AWAY. OUR NATIONAL RALLIES ARE ALWAYS EXCEPTIONAL AND ENABLE EVERYONE TO GET TOGETHER WITH FRIENDS AND FELLOW RIDERS THAT, IN SOME CASES, THEY DON'T SEE THAT OFTEN, AS WELL AS ENJOY RIDING IN AREAS OF OUR COUNTRY THAT ARE ALWAYS MEMORABLE. HOW WE BOTH WISH WE COULD BE THERE WITH YOU! WE ALWAYS ENJOY SEEING ALL OF OUR FELLOW VMC MEMBERS AT THESE GET-TOGETHERS AND REALLY M
  21. Iโ€™m looking for a roommate if somebody needs to help lower their motel cost. Contact me if you have extra room. Robin Atkison aka pops member #4611.
  22. Sorry. I just cancelled my trip due to our new state restrictions amongst other reasons.
  23. Iโ€™m looking to see if I can share the motel with you. Iโ€™m a male, 5โ€™8โ€, 170lbs, 66 years old, married. Just me on this trip. Cell # 406-231-5460 call or text. Robin Atkison aka Pops, member #4611. Thanks
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    Zeke's for our meeting/breakfast then a short ride out Senator Hwy (until the pavement ends of course)
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