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May
24
Fri
Canadian Tandem Rally
May 24 – May 27 all-day

Join us May 24-27, 2019for the 16th Canadian Tandem Rally in the beautiful city of Owen Sound and Bruce County.
On-line registration
canadiantandemrally.ca

This year we head to Owen Sound Ontario, (190km north of downtown Toronto)
Come join us as we explore the Bruce Peninsula.
On our routes we will find the north terminus of the Underground Railway and the Black History Cairn at Harrison Park.
Here the Emancipation Day Picnic has been held every year since 1862!
We head to Georgian Bay and and past Keppel Henge ( Canadian Stonehenge).
On another day we ride to Inglis Falls and past Tom Thomson’s grave, and another day we head west to Sauble Beach to the second longest fresh water beach in the world!

Hope you can join us!

David & Brenda Vandevelde

Kent County Spring Fling
May 24 – May 27 all-day

The 2019 Kent County Spring Fling will take place May 24-27 in Chestertown, Maryland.

The roads are low-traffic with wide shoulders and very gentle terrain.  This is the 37th year for our event.  In its heyday, the KCSF would attract 50-75 tandems.

It is a wonderful event for the whole family and lots of fun—with the Chestertown Tea Party—even if one didn’t ride.  We stay and dine at historic Washington College.

Registration is now open.

May
31
Fri
Northeast Indiana Tandem Weekend in Fort Wayne
May 31 – Jun 2 all-day

Northeast Indiana Tandem Weekend in Fort Wayne

Presented by Kent and Anne Ellis with Hoosiers Out On Tandems

A weekend of tandem riding in northeast Indiana

 

Weekend Schedule:

 

Friday, May 31

2:00pm – The Sweetwater Ride- Beginning at Buckner Park, 6114 Bass Road, Fort Wayne, winding 25 or 40 miles through out the country roads of Allen and Whitley counties. The routes will travel to the location of Sweetwater, the world’s leading music technology and instrument retailer. Tour the amazing facility while enjoying ice cream from their canteen.

Dinner will be on your own on Friday evening.

 

Saturday, June 1

8:30am – Mass ride start from our host hotel, the Holiday Inn Express, travelling southwest of Fort Wayne with route options of 35, 55, 65 miles. All routes will pass thru Roanoke where there are many different lunch choices available to the riders.

2:30-3:30pm – Root beer floats to cool down after the ride and provide more time to socialize with fellow riders. Holiday Inn Express.

5:30pm – Gather for social time & drinks at Casa! Ristorante, 7545 W. Jefferson, just down the street from the hotel. Cash bar.

6:00pm – Dinner served!

 

Sunday, June 2

8:30am – Mass ride start from the Holiday Inn Express heading southeast of Fort Wayne into the flatlands of Indiana farmland. Routes of 35, 45, 55 miles available.

 

Overnight Accommodations:

We have a block of rooms at the Holiday Inn Express, 5915 Ellison Road, Fort Wayne, that will be held until May 1. The nightly rate for a deluxe king room is $119 plus tax that includes breakfast. Please call the hotel at 1-260-459-1888 and mention HOOTs when making your reservation. Bikes are welcome in the rooms. There are several other overnight choices within a short distance of the Holiday Inn Express. For more information go to www.visitfortwayne.com.

Suggested camping is Camp Timber Lake, 260-672-3251, www.discovertimberlake.com.

Southwest Missouri Tandem Rally @ Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Springfield
May 31 – Jun 2 all-day
We have moved on with the new year and are ready to start 2019.
True, we have had a few asking about this years rally….. so
We got the link for the hotel and we kept the same rate as last year.
Our host hotel is the DoubleTree by Hilton with breakfast for $99.00 a night.
The web site just went live…..
The link is on the web site and we are ready to let the games begin.
We had so much fun at last years rally and we met several new folks, we hope that your schedule will allow you to join us again this year.
We have some new routes for you to see, sort of south but still great riding.
As always we will still a few surprises for you but always fun and exciting.
All forms and info is on the web site
Jun
28
Fri
Eastern Tandem Rally 2019 @ ’Four Points by Sheraton Wakefield Boston North Hotel and Conference Center
Jun 28 – Jun 30 all-day
Jul
4
Thu
Northwest Tandem Rally @ Boise, Idaho
Jul 4 @ 11:26 pm – Jul 7 @ 12:26 am
Northwest Tandem Rally @ Boise, Idaho

Boise is very excited to be hosting the 2019 NWTR . We have two group rides planned and several social functions. We will be updating the event notes and adding a web page with all event details. If you wish to save a few dollars we have early bird pricing until the end of the year.

Look forward to showing off the Treasure Valley in July of 2019.

Mike and Taylor

Register now!

Aug
2
Fri
MATES 2019 @ Princeton, NJ
Aug 2 – Aug 4 all-day

The 2019 MATES rally will be held in the lovely township of Princeton, New Jersey, home to Princeton University.

In addition to the beautiful University grounds, Princeton is the home to museums, parks, battle monuments, hiking trails, an arboretum and even Albert Einstein’s home! There are quaint shops and amazing restaurants.

Aug
30
Fri
Midwest Tandem Rally
Aug 30 – Sep 2 all-day

The 44th annual Midwest Tandem Rally will be held Labor Day Weekend in Columbus, Indiana.  The weekend will kick off with a modified poker run on Friday afternoon, with fully supported routes on Saturday and Sunday.  Saturday night will feature a free concert in Columbus, and we’ll have a dessert social on Sunday evening.  In addition to the traditional Monday morning ride, we’ll have a mountain bike ride on the nationally ranked  trails of Brown County State Park.

Sep
19
Thu
Southern Tandem Rally
Sep 19 – Sep 22 all-day

STR is alive and well in the upcountry of South Carolina!  The rally returns to SC for the first time since 2001.  Like many southern towns, Greenwood was founded in the late 1800’s as a cotton and textile hub.  The cotton mills are gone, but the city continues as a manufacturing center for many different companies.