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Adirondack Harley Owners Group
No Matter What We Still
Located in the Majestic
Lake George Region of
Adirondack H.O.G. Chapter - Fort Ann, NY
2015 Upcoming Events
Breakfast at Old Fort Diner
Ladies of Harley 9th Annual Whatever Cook Off
Adirondack HOG Is
Now On Facebook
Hello Adirondack H.O.G.!
Spring 2015 is here! Judging by the attendance at our March meeting, everyone is ready to ride! Most of the Ice Cream Places are now open!
The LOH Whatever Cook Off was well attended. Congratulations to our winners. Our apologies to Kevin Dodge. Kevin entered a Peanut Butter Cup Lasagna in the cook off. We mistook it for a dessert donation & it wasn't judged. Sorry Kevin! We are having another plaque made for First Place- Dessert for Kevin. Many thanks to McDermott's HD & to Gifts & Engraving by George. The ADK LOH raised almost 1/2 the amount we need to fund our Christmas Adopted Families.
Last week's brunch was very well attended with 15 members present. The food was good (as usual). There's only a couple more brunches scheduled for this spring, so come on out.
Registration is open for the NYS HOG Rally. There is some motel info in the ride schedule with more on the website. Motel info is also available for the other weekend trips planned. Bill Nestuk reminds everyone planning to attend the Maine Toy Run that rooms are going fast. A bike (pedal) race is scheduled for the same weekend again this year.
Happy April Birthdays to the following: Emmet Bailey, LouAnn Bala, Michael Bala III, Art Persons & Brian Schworm.
That's it for now, See you at the next Brunch!
Art Persons, Director
As I sit here and watch the rain fall clearing off the roads, it brings us a step closer to riding season. I have received my 2014 HOG membership package, the registration forms for the bikes and my insurance policy. All signs we are getting closer. We almost have a full ride schedule, and the flyer is out for the bike blessing. By the time this newsletter goes out we will have had the Cabin Fever Party! So it's time to get ourselves and our bikes ready to ride!
Was looking over the Street Bob as I put it away last year, and using the tire safety information in one of Jake's safety articles last year made me realize it needs a new front tire, and while it would likely pass inspection I am going to have it changed when it goes in due to some checkering, and its age, almost 9 years old. Look your bike over and plan to change some items that are likely to lead to trouble on the road, spark plugs (change mine every year), batteries in your fobs (change mine every other year, don't forget to change both of them), and your engine battery. Might want to make sure you have programmed a security code in case your fob does malfunction.
If you find yourself taking one of the Rides of March, beware, watch for sand, and, if the temperature gets cold enough before you get home, refreezing of the melt streams that run across the road. So be careful, we want to see you healthy and whole at the bike blessing. If you do ride, do so safely.
Hope I saw you at the Cabin Fever Party and to see you at the bike blessing.
Mark Stipano, Assistant Director
The Adirondack HOG
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