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#888307 - 06/05/14 07:43 PM Re: EAST: Suggested UnRally Locations in the East [Re: Matts_12GS]
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Tough to beat the view behind me. thumbsup


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#888436 - 06/06/14 03:45 PM Re: EAST: Suggested UnRally Locations in the East [Re: EffBee]
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Good looking shirt too, Pat!
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#888438 - 06/06/14 03:50 PM Re: EAST: Suggested UnRally Locations in the East [Re: Matts_12GS]
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Yup, I keep the special ones! thumbsup


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#890360 - 06/17/14 03:12 PM Re: EAST: Suggested UnRally Locations in the East [Re: Selden]
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Registered: 10/21/05
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Loc: Terryville, CT USA
Yeah, the condition of the roads are a definite concern in the VT, ME, NH region. Georgi and I just got back yesterday from a trip to NH (Kankamagus Hwy, Bear Notch, etc). We took the 112 to the 118 to the 4 to get back to CT. The 118 was all ours but what a punishment to our backsides! There was also construction on the Kankamagus. It was beautiful country, though.

If there was a way to know what roads were going to be repaired/repaved well in advance that area of the country in the summer is stunning.
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#892180 - 06/27/14 11:29 AM Re: EAST: Suggested UnRally Locations in the East [Re: EffBee]
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I would like to suggest for the 2015 East Rally, Johnson City, TN. Yes the BMW MOA was there a couple of years ago, but the riding in that area is great.
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#932974 - 06/05/15 11:16 PM Re: EAST: Suggested UnRally Locations in the East [Re: EffBee]
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Registered: 04/21/09
Posts: 39
Loc: Halifax, Nova Scotia
NY, ME, NH, VT, MA
For those wanting to come to Nova Scotia. Don't wait for an Unrally. Drop me a PM, we can accommodate you. Lots of options for onsite lodging, 45 mins outside of Halifax. Look forward to hearing from you.
Greg

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#933094 - 06/07/15 06:58 PM Re: EAST: Suggested UnRally Locations in the East [Re: Turf man]
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Originally Posted By: Turf man
NY, ME, NH, VT, MA
For those wanting to come to Nova Scotia. Don't wait for an Unrally. Drop me a PM, we can accommodate you. Lots of options for onsite lodging, 45 mins outside of Halifax. Look forward to hearing from you.
Greg


Thanks Greg for that very generous offer. I was there last year and enjoyed every mile. Went to Meat Cove and camped at the edge of the world.

The tall tent next to the picnic table is mine.



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#942436 - 09/11/15 11:26 PM Re: EAST: Suggested UnRally Locations in the East [Re: Bud]
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Loc: Lexington, Ma
Cape Breton is a great place.
So is Gaspe (so I've been told)
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#943420 - 09/22/15 02:19 AM Re: EAST: Suggested UnRally Locations in the East [Re: EffBee]
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Registered: 04/03/05
Posts: 541
Loc: USA, NJ
Just came from a Victory Motorcycle event this weekend in West Dover, VT. Home base was the Matterhorn with additional lodgings available at The Grey Ghost and The Kitzhof Inn. Both within a mile, or less, of the Matterhorn. The food at the Matterhorn was VERY good and Joe goes out of his way to make people feel comfortable. The Matterhorn has 30 rooms, the Kitzhof has 23 rooms. The Gray Ghost has 26 rooms. The Victory event had a registered attendance of 128 people this year and all three places accommodated us well with room to spare. The rally coordinators arranged a shuttle bus between the Inn's between 5:00 PM and 11:00 PM to allow folks to hang out and have a few drinks without having to have to worry about riding, or walking, back to their Inn. This was my second stay at the Kithof and I'd stay there again. Simon and Allison are great people and are very hospitable. An incredibly kind British couple that love their Triumph Tiger and Bonneville motorcycles. They love getting people from Mid August till the end of September as this is a dead time of year for them. A great time of year for motorcyclists. Temps are great, traffic VERY light. The Matterhorn has a large front open area to accommodate a large group of people for an outside meal. While I can't speak for him directly, I can't imagine Joe having an issue with folks camping on his property. Riding in the area is very good. A lot of repaving being done and road conditions are getting better. Unfortunately, RT. 17 is sorely in needs of a repave and almost un-rideable as it's so bumpy. Almost all the other roads we hit this weekend were in pretty good shape. Something to consider for a future event though.

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#943429 - 09/22/15 03:20 AM Re: EAST: Suggested UnRally Locations in the East [Re: kltk165]
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