Social SYM kicks up dust at Stof Skop 2017 – ZA Bikers

Once a year a really mixed bag of motorcycles gather at the Walkerville showground’s for “Stof Skop”. What transpires is a classic “run what you brung“ day of dirt oval flat track racing. Various classes are formulated with no real guidelines for what bike should be in what class. Only when you line up for the start of your race do you know what you are up against.

Source: Social SYM kicks up dust at Stof Skop 2017 – ZA Bikers

The Scooter Chronicles: A Southern California Modyssey Releasing

Meet Tommy Daniels, a 1980s teen who comes from a poor family and lives in a bland, rich Southern California beach town, working part time as a delivery boy for a pharmacy. Though he doesn’t exactly fit in—particularly given his love of Mod culture—Tommy’s life is looking good: He is about to start college, is days away from going “all the way” with his girlfriend, and has almost enough money to buy the perfect scooter. But that’s when things go horribly awry. 

Source: The Scooter Chronicles: A Southern California Modyssey Releasing March 20 – BioGamer Girl

To Wyoming and Back

This Saturday is an exciting and fun ride that everyone will want to attend. We will be taking the Chalk Creek Road from Coalville to the Wyoming Border. This is a long, twisting road surrounded by mountains and nestled up against its namesake, Chalk Creek. The 25 mile long stretch of road has wonderful turns, great pitches and drops in elevation.
It’s a road you will WANT to ride.
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We are meeting at the Summit County Courthouse. Chalk Creek Road is 100 N in Coalville. The ride is going to be leaving promptly at NOON. We will be trying to arrive by 11:30. Please fill up before we hit the road. Once we hit the border, we will have some light refreshment and then return for some lunch.
Because it is located in Coalville, you may want to trailer to the location because it’s hard to get there unless you want to take the Interstate. Those of you with an iron butt, can take some very scenic routes.
  • From Ogden, you can take Trappers to Mtn. Green to Morgan to Henefer to Echo to Coalville.
  • From Salt Lake, you can take Emigration to East Canyon to Morgan to Henefer to Coalville.
If you want to trailer, we have installed a new club resource (by request) to reach out and share rides, trailer space, etc.. Two Bit now has it’s very own forum.
Of course, we will be monitoring it and still using Facebook. Please feel free to post, coordinate and work together to get to this exciting next ride.
We look forward to seeing you!