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Friday, June 24 • 12:30pm - 4:00pm
Porky Motorcycles on Mt. Washington

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I hereby invite any porcupines who can ride a motercycle to join me. This ride will be an easy one. It is only about 30 miles to the base of the mountain. The ride will be going West on Rte 2 for about 20 miles, then South on Rte 16 for about 10 miles. The auto road up the mountain will require toll (about $8). It is mostly paved, but there is a well maintained hard packed gravel section near the top. Views are spectacular. We will make a longish rest stop at the top. How long may depend on the weather. It is always a lot colder at the top (around 5000 ft), so having a winter jacket is advised. This ride is scheduled for 12:30 PM Friday June 24, meeting at the Pavilion near the campfire, at Rogers Campground in Lancaster, NH. There will be a short riders' meeting first, with departure at about 12:45. We should make it back by around 3:30 or 4. There is a bulletin board at the pavilion so any updates will be posted there. Last year there was a group of us that rode the ATV trails around Berlin. If there is interest, we can organize a second trip that includes some off-road this year also. RSVP to the Mt. Washington ride is appreciated but not required. Please express your interest in an off-road ride if you have any. Berlin, as you may know, was a paper mill town with a dying industry. It is now promoting tourism by relaxing ATV laws and developing a trail system. ATVs are welcome on the streets and in the downtown area. If the group is large we will have a “sag wagon”. There is no charge for this event other than the toll for the auto road. Questions can be directed to me at charles.h.hampe@gmail.com.

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Charles Hampe

Charles Hampe has been active in the Free State Project since 2005. He moved to NH in 1987, making him a pioneer member. He is known for holding some political offices while a Libertarian and representing the Liberty Dollar in New Hampshire. He has ridden motorcycles for 40 years. His present stable includes an Aprilia 49cc scooter, Honda CRF250L, KTM exc400, 3 Buells, a BMW R1100GS, and a BMW R60/2 with a VW motor and sidecar. His experience... Read More →


Friday June 24, 2016 12:30pm - 4:00pm
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