Vintage Motorbike Backroads Fall Tour

Sat. Sep 19, 2020 9:30am - 6:00pm EDT
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Price: $40.00
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Vintage Motorbike Backroads Fall Tour
Saturday, September 19, 2020

If vintage motorcycles are your passion, we invite you to join us for the 2020 PVGP Motorcycle Backroads Fall Tour on Saturday, September 19. Our July Summer Tour was awesome and we expect the fall version to cover some beautiful autumn foliage. Hosted by the Greater Pittsburgh MG Club, with help from the Ohio Valley BSA Club and Ton-Up Pittsburgh. The PVGP's Countryside Tour team decided to add this Fall motorcycle-only tour to this already spectacular event to raise money for the PVGP charities.


The cost of the event is $40 and includes your lunch at Jamison Farm. Keeping with the vintage tradition, registration is limited to motorcycles from 1995 and earlier and limited to 35 people (this includes passengers). The tour departs from Fort Ligonier and follows a delightful collection of scenic, twisting, lightly-traveled back roads through Pennsylvania’s beautiful Laurel Highlands. Be advised, this is a RIDING tour and not for the faint of heart. We will cover 75 miles of all back roads at a brisk pace! We will have two groups leave, one that will travel at a more spirited pace (no passengers) and the second for those who want to take it a bit more relaxed (passengers welcomed). The groups will leave from Fort Ligonier on route 30 at approximately 9:30 a.m. and end up at Jamison Farm for lunch, stopping for a break and regrouping halfway through the ride. Registration is now open and limited to the first 35 people, so don’t wait too long to sign-up! To keep social distancing as much as possible we have to limit the number of people at the luncheon.


Lunch at Jamison Farm

On Tour Day, traveling in two groups, to enhance both safety and the riding experience, we will work up a good thirst and an appetite, which will be slaked during our visit to Jamison Farm, on another country road near Crabtree, Pa. Owners John and Sukey Jamison raise lamb, which you will find on the menus of many fine restaurants and they are excited to be our luncheon hosts, this year. A very talented cook herself, Sukey Jamison has created a line of hand-prepared lamb dishes, which include a Lamb Stew created in collaboration with the late, great Jean-Louis Palladin and Sukey’s award-winning Lamb Pie. Veggies are also available as an option.


Your participation in the show contributes to the PVGP charities

Hosted by the Ton-Up Pittsburgh Club

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Jamison Farm 171 Jamison Lane
Latrobe, PA 15650
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