If any of you all have NOT had the opportunity to experience this rally - you might want to plan on it this year (September 27 - 30). Google on the above topic.
It's a great time and people from all over ride in - had over 75,000 bikes last year and growing fast. Beautiful day rides on great bikin' roads in every direction from here. It's fun with great music, wonderful food. Did I mention it is fun??
Hey guys - it's almost that time!
Those who of you from BikerKiss that are coming up to Fayetteville for the BBB rally ought to get together for a ride - maybe over to Eureka for the afternoon and then back to BBB to party! We need to set up a time and place to meet up!
There is camping in the area - I know the American Legion Hall in Fayetteville off of 16th street will have onsite camping and it is only about 3 miles from Dickson Street. I don't know how much room there is. Hope to meet some of you then!
Thanks Bro: That would be cool, maybe hook/up for a scoot one day. Always like to ride with a local, saves time, can enjoy the ride better. We'll play the tourist thang for ya..... Thought about camping @ The iron horse stables, but don't know the "PLACE TO BE"
Man this is a surprise to me! What happened to the HOG RALLY and it being held in Hot Springs?
Ft.Smith is okay but it don
t compare to Hot Springs.Loved it when I was living there and working at the Majestic.
Any of you that been to that rally and that hotel..chances is I
m the one who cooked your breakfast! :)
Slowride is right it keeps getting bigger and better every year.also in getting your rooms while you can.
SG knows what she talking about... This a a great rally just 5 years old and getting bigger every year... Fastest growing rally in the nation... The riding is super... pretty countryside and country roads... If you want to come need to get your hotel now rooms go fast.. Last year had 250 thousand people... You yanks need to take a look at this one.. Our weather is great in Oct how about yours...
No one looked familar in the photos - but then I've slept since then :)
I go to Eureka for day rides quite often in the summer, sometimes it is just several of us lady riders that get together and head out for a gals only ride.
I know the IronHorse Stables - they sometimes end or start poker runs from there. I used to live about 15 miles from E.S. for 20 years, beautiful riding country. Have friends who own the Lumber Yard and others the Pied Piper.