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Friday, 26 June 2009


Jerry Powell has done some research on Cyclemos Motorcycle Museum in Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee.

Jerry reports that there are several acres on the Museum site available for camping.

Close by, there is Armour’s Red Boiling Springs Hotel, an establishment that was built in 1924. It has 16 guest rooms and gorgeous veranda. Jerry said they would offer us a special rate.

Nearby is the Red Barn Winery.

Jerry said he would look into a ride to Pall Mall where Sgt. Alvin York’s home is located. Today it is a State Park.

On September 18 through 20 this year, Cyclemos will be the site of an AMCA Meet hosted by the Confederate Chapter of the AMCA.

They offer free vendor spaces with a $5.00 admission at the gate. They further tout a trophy show, field games, a swap meet, food, live music, camping, special guests and door prizes.

For further information call: 615 699 5049 or visit: www.cyclemos.com

Regarding the VMCA Midwest Fall Meet at Steubenville: At this time, nothing is firm about the location. We are considering several alternatives, including the site at Cyclemos in Tennessee. Another site under consideration is near Milan, Ohio at ‘The Pit’. Four of us rode over to it two weeks ago. It is quiet, secluded, has good camping, a nice pond, frogs and other things that go twitter in the night.

Let us know what you want.


Photo below shows Jack Wells’ Military Motorcycle display at the Military Vehicle Preservation Meet,  Belleview, FL.  This meet was hosted by the Southern Outpost Chapter of the MVPA, who’s mission statement is to “provide an international organization for military vehicle enthusiasts, historians, preservationists and collectors interested in the acquisition, restoration, preservation, safe operation and public education of historic military transport”.

1943  BMW R-75M  with  PAC 42  /  S.A.m 25mm  Hotchkiss Artillery Rifle




 
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