TRS hosted this extremely successful event in San Manuel on Saturday. We staged for the ride in the parking lot of JWJ Cycles Motorcycle Museum. Parish Traweek (Museum owner and local Renaissance man) and his staff welcomed us to their establishment and offered outstanding hospitality. They really made us feel at home.
Almost 30 riders were on hand at the RTR time of 8:00am. Some chose the Dual Sport route others the Copper Classic racecourse and the hard core “heat doesn’t bother me” group explored the trails north of Webb Road.
There was some time to view the extensive collection of bikes in the museum before the rides, but plenty of time to do so afterwards. What great way to wind down after ride, a cool drink in one hand, a slice of pizza in the other and reviewing the historic bike collection and associated stories that were documented throughout the museum. If you look closely, you found a picture of a young Jerry Kyle at race pace and a Carlos Serrano autographed Maico dirt bike.
Parish encouraged me to host more events at the museum in the future and I can’t disagree. The atmosphere there is perfect. He plans to continue to develop the property with food service and overnight accommodation (casitas).
So please plan to join us at the next event at the museum, you won’t’ be disappointed.