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  1. Road construction didn’t allow us to see an original trail covered bridge but we were able to see Contract Falls in Cloverdale, IN as our last stop of the day.
    11 points
  2. 11 points
  3. Leg 12 was arguably the most scenic leg this side of the Mississippi! Started off visiting Castleman's River Bridge, Flight 93 Memorial, lunch at The Hen House, LaVale Toll Gate House and a scenic overlook on the way to Frederick, MD to meet up with Rick Burgess. Great experience riding the V2V this weekend!
    10 points
  4. Last post for me this trip. Had a wonderful time as always. It was great to see my Vic family sisters and brothers and meet great new ones along the way. US40 out of Columbus all the way to the Bears Den in Cambridge to meet Leg 11 Captain Sam Titus. Picture at lunch with Sam’s wife Amber, Wayne Sr, Mark Merle and myself. The traditional passing of the bag and bars to Sam who took Amber and Mark to Uniontown while Wayne Sr and I headed home. have a great ride the rest of the way V2V 2021!! Until next year!!
    10 points
  5. Meet up with Bill Pittenger from Nashville, TN in Effingham,IL and rode to a great lunch at the Moonshine Store.
    10 points
  6. Leg 9 - Madonna of the trail in Vandalla, IL.
    10 points
  7. June 27, leg 6 Paul Simpson baton handoff to leg 7 Lowell Johnson.
    10 points
  8. Group wanted to visit the Iron Pony motorcycle superstore before heading to hotel. Shawn took off home and the three of us had wings for dinner before heading to hotel. Sorry about the photo orientation, couldn’t edit it.
    9 points
  9. Leg 10 started wet as we rode to IMS but it stoped raining after we left the track. Wayne Sr, Bill Pittenger, Shawn Arteritero, and myself were the leg 10 riders.
    9 points
  10. My route and pictures from meeting the group in St. Louis. Have a safe and dry trip for the rest of your journey from the Gateway chapter! https://www.relive.cc/view/vmqX2Y1ZWLO
    9 points
  11. Leg 5 lunch at Mishawaka near Bellevue CO on Highway 14. Amazing what a business can do at a wide spot in the road. Tables were right by the river. 18 bikes
    9 points
  12. Baton pass start of leg 5, Saturday, June 26 at Craig CO. Michel Magers (leg 4) to John Dextras (leg 5).
    9 points
  13. Dinner in Ely, NV. 13 folks at the table. Several folks surprised us a leg or so early. Great riding today, perfect temps (especially through desert). Leg Captain Rose planned a perfect route.
    9 points
  14. Leg 1 baton handoff. Brent Fletcher (leg 1 captain) to Rose Mandile (leg 2 captain)
    9 points
  15. Victory Highway eagle at Contra Costa Park in Antioch, CA. Brent, Dave, Tom, Lowell, Jimmy ‘Papillon’ Nikides, Manny
    9 points
  16. Pure Freedom Victory Riders New Zealand is involved with this great event. This is a charity to help the Mission put food on the table for those people that find it difficult to put on at this time of the year and for kids who may miss out on toys. Last year I went on the ride in support paid my $20 NZ and got my event badge and put in 2 toys 1 for a girl other for a boy. This year I asked the members if they would like to support and my Canterbury Riders all said yes. I approached the Mission and asked if we could help out they said that they would be happy for us too but to catch up with the organizers witch I did after a good talk on the phone then a meeting they were happy for us to help out then 1 of the organizers said to me look would you and your group like to be in on this next year as one of the two organizers was moving away I said I would be happy to but would have to ask the group. Happy to say that they all stepped up to the plate and said yes so a our next club meeting it will be put in the minutes to make it official 😀 So proud to be a part of this charity event and the group 😀. Thanks Kram (President)😎
    8 points
  17. You all are too kind. We at Sin City were blessed to have the opportunity to host this prestigious event. We strove to ensure we lived up to expectations, and any measure of success our event had is due in no small part to the efforts of those in our club, and those who showed up to make this event what is was. Thank You Everyone! #TheShirtOffMyBack
    8 points
  18. It was great meeting up with you guys, only wish I could have gone all the way. It has been a very long time since I've seen the batton. Brings back good memories. Lobo
    8 points
  19. I agree with you, Wouldn't it be something to use the baton as a connection to every chapter to promote the club.
    8 points
  20. While in MD, Fred, aka "csmclobo", met us en-route and rode with us for several miles on his 99 V92C. We had to stop and say "Hi" and share the baton. Notice his V2V tee shirt from the 2nd annual run. Was a pleasure meeting you!
    8 points
  21. The sand that connects west and east under a single big club. Thanks to everyone for the strong emotions I felt when I saw these images. A real sense of pride and belonging. VICTORY MOTORCYCLE CLUB WHERE THE RIDE NEVER ENDS
    8 points
  22. Sam and I met Wayne Oosterhoff Sr, Jr and Mark Merle yesterday half way for lunch on leg 11 then back to Uniontown, PA. Dinner with Gene and Carl!
    8 points
  23. On to Richmond to see the site of the first toll gate in IN and the IN Madonna of the trail. A few ride shots while on US 40.
    8 points
  24. Leg 8 baton handoff from Tom Keller to leg 9 captain Wayne Oosterhoff Jr.
    8 points
  25. 13 bikes made the trip st St Francis, KS to the Motorcycle Museum.
    8 points
  26. Dinner in Fort Morgan CO, end of leg 5. 20 people at the table.
    8 points
  27. Leg 4, Friday June 25. The Victory Hotel in Maybell, CO. On Highway 40, the Victory Highway. Woody, the owner helped us with pics.
    8 points
  28. Leg 3 to Leg 4 baton handoff in Midway UT. Rose Mandile to Michael Magers. 12 riders on leg 4.
    8 points
  29. Just a few of the bikes at the Gold Nugget in Carson City, NV. 13 folks for dinner! A great day of riding and friendship.
    8 points
  30. The event is still a solid GO! At the moment, we do have Mask Mandates in effect in Nevada. Currently the mask mandate is for indoors only, not while seated and dining, and no social distancing is required, so meetings and the Banquet will be as normal. If this changes we will post it up soon as we get confirmation. We have had a number of people cancel over covid concerns. Some have been from Canada and are primarily border crossing concerns, and a few have had personal issues. The current count is 164 people, somewhat lower than we were hoping for, but it isn't over yet. And, if this is what we end up with, it will just be that more cozy for those of us attending. We look forward to seeing everyone there!
    7 points
  31. On to Springfield and the OH Madonna after lunch.
    7 points
  32. US 40 to Check out the Hickory Gym and school house from the movie Hoosiers. Gym was closed but still worth the stop.
    7 points
  33. Leg 7 lunch stop Oberlin KS. Great fried chicken.
    7 points
  34. Baton pass Sunday, June 27 leg 5 John Dextras to leg 6 Paul Simpson.
    7 points
  35. End of leg 3 dinner at Zermatt Resort in Midway UT.
    7 points
  36. Lunch stop at Buttercup restaurant in Placerville CA Dave, Manny, Brent, Papillon, Tom, Viv, Lowell, Chris Golden, Bob Golden
    7 points
  37. Picking up West Coast sand at Ocean Beach Park left to right Manny Rivera, Tom Short, Dave Adams, Lowell Johnson, Viv Hardin, Brent Fletcher
    7 points
  38. Some of the shots from Vegas. Had a great time! Sin City chapter truly represents what this club is about. I look forward to riding with you folks again. Lobo
    6 points
  39. Once again I had a great time on the V2V this year, and can't wait to see everyone again at the National Rally in Vegas. Get your reservations in as soon as possible, so Rose and the committee can get some idea of how many to plan for........see ya down the road to Vegas!
    6 points
  40. 6 points
  41. Just great!!!!! I look at these photos and honestly feel positive "vibes" of beautiful emotions. Very exciting, looking at these photos and feeling part of all this, in our little one it's really Great. 🤜🏻🤛🏻
    6 points
  42. Hi all not sure if this is the right place to say this but i am organising with my fellow members here in New Zealand a ride and meet for the 4 July witch is a Sunday down here. i have been told by a person who should know about things (llama) that this is the day VMC got started and as down here in NZ we will be the first to see this day in the world i made this the date. Now as we are 3 inlands here this caused a bit off a problem so the meet part will be done by a phone link up with photo's of a well known land marks with our bikes and hopefully us in them and i will post up. There are not many of us YET down here so i think this is posable . I hope this is okay by all on here please let me know if i am wrong and i will try to work though it .As always stay safe and say upright😇. Thanks Kram😎
    6 points
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