On December 11th, we met as a group and had breakfast at the Easton Diner. Then we left in 2 wheels and 4 wheels and delivered all of the toys we collected, to the Lakeview Fellowship Church in Grasonville. Thanks to Paul Hays Sr. for these pictures.
Saturday September 24th, we held our END OF THE SUMMER POKER RUN. We started out in Bethlehem, went to Cape Henlopen State Park in Delaware, and ended up in Secretary. It was overcast all day, but no rain, and the temperature was perfect. Howards bike was push started at each stop, Tracey's bike limped into Seaford HD and then died, and my ride ended at Woodshed in Seaford when I ran over a nail. Howard Sinclair and Alan Cheezum did a good job with the run.
On Saturday, July 30th, we helped Ron Angert finish his ride across the United States. He started in Virginia and rode to Sacramento California to officially start his ride. He then ended in Ocean City Maryland, taking Rt. 50 across the country. We met Ron Saturday morning at the VFW in Easton Maryland and escorted him all the way to the beach at the Ocean City Inlet. Ron then put his boots in the sand on the Atlantic Ocean, just as he had done on the West Coast, putting his boots on the beach in the Pacific Ocean. We then escorted Ron back to the Easton VFW where they had a nice "End of Run" party.
Saturday July 16th, we had 32 bikes (38 playa's) ride in the Dice Run. We had 5 stops and you had to roll the dice at each stop. The two highest scores got custom made trophies. The furthest away rider got a custom trophy also. We rode 110 miles through beautiful Dorchester County. The water was only over the rode in 3 places, Pimpin' aint easy. Thanks to Royal Farm Stores, Old Saltys restaurant, Millies Place, and Johnnys in East New Market for allowing us to stop at their locations.
Saturday June 25th was our annual Bike Show at Lowes Wharf, near Tilghman Island. It was beautiful weather and a really nice ride to get there. We had a lot of vendors, 3rd Rail Band played, and a lot of bikes in the bike show.
Saturday, May 21st, Steve Mitchell put on the Dam Quarters Run. The group rode for over 200 miles, ending up at Daves Place in Ridgely. You had to play quarters at every stop with the winner being the biker who put the most quarters in the short glass.
Sunday May 22nd we met at the Easton Diner for a nice breakfast. We then rode for over 70 miles and ended up in Denton, at Pastor Wes Baddles church (Next Generation Church just outside of Denton) for a Bike Blessing.
On Thursday, March 12, MRF held its 2nd Annual BIKERS INSIDE THE BELTWAY. 6 MidShore and LowerShore chapter members rode to BWI airport to meet up with other members. We then rode as a group to the parking area across from the Capital Building. There were hundreds of bikers out in support that day. We rode a total of 227 miles that day. It was a nice trip.