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Old 05-08-2019, 03:32 AM   #1
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Kentucky Sturgis rally

Mammoth cave isn't that far from Sturgis Kentucky motorcycle rally any comments on Kentucky rally other then hope for he weather to be nice.
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Old 05-08-2019, 06:04 AM   #2
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Jerry, I believe we found the caves to be about 3 hours one way on the bike. We have been in a number of caverns and found them "If you've seen one you've seen 'em all" sort of attractions.
The rally will be what you expect. Arrive early if you're towing. Brenda and I have been to all the major rallies except Laconia, (Sorry New Hampshire) and found this rally to be about average. It is certainly all adult entertainment, although most unmentionable activities go on after midnight. We quit going to rallies like this a few years ago in that we are more PG-13 people than R rated people. We stick more to sidecar rallies and such.
All bikers should make the real Sturgis one time in their biking career. Very, very big and positively beautiful riding. Put Daytona on the back burner...sorry Florida. We caught the ROT rally in Austin a few years ago and it was just 'ok.'
You know you're getting old when you go to Hooters for the wings and to rallies for the riding!
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Old 05-18-2019, 09:08 PM   #3
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Jim where getting closer to calling the rallys off . It's on our way back from Smokey Mt if we where a little closer to Germantown
I would drop by . THE ROT rally was a dive but Austin made it up . I really like street vibration Reno and the riding Carson city . Sturgis S D 80 , cripple creek CO POWMIA will proubley be our last rallys. I have. I reservation at Wax COE its 6 miles from mamonth cave will be there 5 days and hoping to ride some winding roads , being in that area I can't see the mountains for the trees , Wax is just over 100 miles to Sturgis Kentucky. I have early bird parking Tuesday . There isn't any services at Sturgis or golf carts motorcycle rally only .
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Old 05-19-2019, 01:31 AM   #4
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Jerry, sent you a PM.
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