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Rippin' Up the Rockies
- June 2003
Whistler to Kamloops
Wednesday evening after the opening ceremonies in Whistler, Deeley's House of Buell hosted dinner at the Crab Shack.
Joined by Erik Buell, everyone mingled and got to know each other while enjoying a buffet of fajitas and other great food and drink.
Some stayed late while others turned in early, anticipating the next day's ride.
Some riders headed out after the 9:00 am rider's meeting while others left before or after. It was nice to not rush through the experience. Everyone rode at their own pace.
A great day of riding consists of fantastic roads, good weather and lots of places to pass the caged traffic.
Many riders stopped for lunch and fuel in Lillooet then continued on toward Kamloops, our next destination.
BRAG riders dispersed, taking different routes to our next destination; Kamloops.
Leisure time included cooling off in the hotel pool.
Harley-Davidson/Buell hosted the BBQ.
Thanks to Jessie and staff for the fabulous steak and fixings.
Tom's tricked out Buell X1 got much ofthe attention with it's unique 'bobtail' and extra details.
Friday morning we left
Kamloops for Banff, Alberta.
Some took the planned route along Hwy 1, while others went southeast.
Both routes had their own set of adventures.
Hwy 1 had sporatic road construction but the breathtaking Rocky Mountains more than compensated.
A group that rode via Hwy 97 encountered a snag in the schedule.
But from what I hear,
missing the ferry granted the riders a spectacular photo opportunity involving extreme
I look forward to seeing those!
Enjoy my collection of
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