If you missed the ride to Rabbit Hash, you missed a good time! Several riders met Rod at the starting point in Germantown and several more joined in near Ross. Later, John and his wife from 088 met up with us in Rabbit Hash proper. By the time it was done we had riders from three chapters! We visited Rabbit Hash and Jane’s Saddlebag before crossing the river at Markland dam and making our way back through Rising Sun, Aurora and Lawrenceburg. Last stop was Flubs for some ice cream in Hamilton.
While we were in Rabbit Hash, a couple of us looked for and found a geocache called “Lost Keys in Rabbit Hash”. Here’s Steve’s log of the find.
Check out the pictures:
State Officer Rod Armstrong will be leading a ride for 044 and any other interested chapters to Rabbit Hash, KY. The ride will be starting at the Shell station on SR725 west of Germantown and next to Captain 9’s. Kickstands up 10am. RSVPs appreciated so we’ll know who to expect.
If you’ve never been to Rabbit Hash, check out pictures from the last time we were there.
Here’s a map to Captain 9’s and Shell if needed. And.. if you’re so inclined, a map of Rabbit Hash.
Lastly, if you’re a geek like me, you can download the ICS file to import into your calendar
Cruisers, the next scheduled ride for the Miami Valley Chapter will be to Rabbit Hash, KY on Sunday June 27, 2010. Join us for a scenic ride to bike friendly Rabbit Hash and a brown bag lunch at nearby Bone Lick State Park. Chapter 044 members and guests wishing to ride should plan to be at the Thorntons on SR127 near New Miami, gassed and ready to ride by 10:15 am. We will be meeting up with riders from Chapter 179 and riding with them. We’ll also be meeting up with riders from Chapter 309 in Rabbit Hash for lunch. Please let the First or Second Officer know you will be joining us so we can be watching for you.
A map to the starting location can be found here! Hope to see you there!