It’s only about 6 month til NEVA20. Go get your bikes ready!
We settled on the venue for NEVA20. We will go and do a scouting trip come spring to confirm all what was said and hopefully there will be no need to change our minds. We are excited about the location and hope so is everybody else. All relevant details have been added to WWW.NEVA20.COM
IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO MAKE RESERVATIONS FOR THE GROUP PRIMITIVE TENT SITES
There is ample space reserved for our group and you pay only when you show up as follows:
Per person the charge for the group is:
· Single night at $10
· Two, Three or Four nights flat rate of $20 and additional nights (more than 4) at $5.
Note: Power for Cpap’s or gadget charging will be available at/ near our designated camping area. As a precaution, bring an extension cord so you can get power to your tent, if you need it in the tent. We will arrange for a “charging station” to keep the electronics happy.
If you want to reserve a hookup site for example to bring a camper or need power and water you need to make your own reservation. The hookup sites are not included in our arrangements. Mention NEVA20 if you call them.
There is a limited number Motel rooms, probably 6. You need to make your own reservation if you want a room. They are basic! Here are the details for the rooms:
Each room has 1 double bed and a full bath with a shower. Rooms are small and do not have TVs. If you reserve a hotel room it will require a $30 deposit; total is $50 per night. Rooms may be cancelled 1 week before the reservation without any penalty.
NOTE: To book a room contact Elyce (owner) directly through her cell (201-421-1576 voice or text) or email address ([email protected]). They have blocked out the rooms for our group so you are not able to book them via the website.
Food and Drink:
If we have enough interest we can get a Buffet Breakfast on Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning.
If we have enough interest we can get a Buffet Dinner on Friday and Saturday evening.
Food and Drink choices and cost are summarized here:
There is no need to pre-pay for Breakfast or Dinner but we need you to mark your interest in the signup sheet so BeaverDal can plan (staffing and pre-order the food). We must have that information asap but latest one month before the rally. There will be some flexibility, we know life happens, but if nobody commits we won’t have catered breakfast or dinner.
If you want vegetarian food, please mark your entry with a “V”!
Damn, 1 hr 21 mins away from my house. Was hoping for a longer ride, LOL. also looking forward to getting out riding-kinda depressing actually. 7 deg F this am. I'm sure others here have ridden in that cold but not 4 me. Closest friend has permanent face damage from frostbite caused by skiing around 0 deg F years ago. 1" square spot under his eye "weeps" (looks wet) all the time.
I have attended all of the NEVA events over the past nine years. As om28 said - there are no BIG rides. Typically, a few to four or five go off on an onroad or onroad/offroad ride. Most of us have ridden together, and know of everyone's competency to ride in small groups.
There's some pretty cool stuff around. One example, riding 31 miles west (about 45 minutes), to Lanesboro, PA, is the Starrucca Viaduct. Built in 1848, it is the world’s largest stone railway viaduct. At a cost of $320,000 (adjusted to $9.5 million in today’s dollars) it was the most expensive railway bridge in the world.
It is on Google maps at N41.963155, W75.583228. Check out that street view! Once you see it on your computer screen you won’t want to miss it in real life.
I will be there, this forum looks pretty quiet even for winter, some of my old stomping grounds from
50 years ago. Had a ticket to Woodstock before they moved it, I said no thanks when it was supposed to be 40,000 not the 1/2 million super cluster F'ck it turned out to be
Yes, too many makes of "adventure bikes" these days plus a declining number of riders. So the more important for those left to stick together. Rich please contact the early NEVA members, would be nice if most of the first-timer would come.
Well this year you can do the NEBDR (see # 35) going the other way. It goes right by the camp. And maybe you come this spring and scout out some hero section rides for those hard core NEVA guys since I am not one of them and have a street bike with its limitations, not to speak of my own limitations
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