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471 viewsThis Ride was put together by Debbie Reiter, And started in New Smyrna. This was an afternoon Ride as the Launch was Scheduled for 5:30 p.m. About 18 eager Riders decided to take part in this Ride.

We departed the Gate Service Station in New Smyrna Beach about 1:30 PM, and headed down US 1 to Titusville. The ride down was uneventful until we reached the Parking area that had been chosen, At that time the last Bike ( No names will be mentioned) into the parking lot made a misjudgment and the Bike was on it’s side. Minor damage (Repairable on the spot)

At this point the Local Law was jolly on the spot as 4-5 members got the bike back up right. As it turned out the Local Law was Ofc L Sloan Of the Tittusville PD, And he Informed us of the perfect spot to watch the Launch and would lead us to it if we cared to Go. Approximately six members of the group were up for it and Ofc. L. Sloan, gave the group an escort to the spot on the Bay with a Tiki Bar and Restaurant. (New York/ New York). After which He (Ofc Sloan) went back and escorted the rest of the group to the same area. Thank you Ofc. L. Sloan.

As shown the launch went off on time and without a hitch. Some Members stayed for supper at New York/New York, While others returned home or went on to other engagements. Good Job Debbie.
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460 viewsJuly 27 - The Ride to Pumpernickels German Deli in Titusville for brunch. Met at the clubhouse at 8:30 A.M. clutches out at 9 A.M. For the members that live in New Smyrna, Deltona and Orange City area there was a pick up at both the convenient store at HWY 415 and HWY 44 or in Osteen at the Kangaroo Citgo at Doyle Rd. and HWY 415. Glenn Lead this ride, and took us on the back roads of Volusia and Bervard Counties. The Country side was beautiful, and the ride was refreshing, making the senses feel alive and the problems of the past week seem pale and unimportant.Russell and Muriel had arrived early and Made arrangements for our arrival. We were all seated almost immediately upon our arrival, then got down to some serious satisfying of appetites at the Brunch Buffet. The food was great and service was on the mark.

After a good meal and conversation the group made plans for the return trip. Some decided to top off their tanks at the service station next door before heading home while others waited to find out what miss direction Jon would take us on the return trip.

We didn’t have long to wait, for it wasn’t long before we were doing a u-turn at the NASA North Gate, then shortly there after another u-turn the entrance to a state park. But it was a great ride with a stop in Oakhill at Goodrich Seafood Restaurant, for some cold drinks. From there I believe everyone including this writer made a mad dash for Home before the rains moved in.
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