RSG Cowtown Ride (From Dallas, TX) JUNE 21, 2014

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RSG Cowtown Ride (From Dallas, TX) JUNE 21, 2014

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Just saw this and it looks like a blast:

Anyone else in the Plano/Frisco/McKinney area want to ride down together for a FULL day on the scoot?


RSG Cowtown Ride
(Ready-Set-Go Scooter Club)


Date: Saturday, June 21, 2014
Time: 10:00 AM - 06:30 PM
Cost: $$$ for food
Start Location: Fuel City Shell Gas Station 707 South Riverfront Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75207

Meet up time: 10:00 am / Kickstands Up at 10:30 am.
Start Time: 10:30 AM
End Time: 6:30 PM (8 Hour round trip) 75 Mile trip!
Six great location stops ending with dinner and ice cream.
Speeds range from 30 to 55 MPH

Note: This ride is for scooters 125 or bigger for the safety of all riders and is NOT recomended for new riders due to the distance.

Six different stops:
1) Margret Hunt Hill Bridge (leave Dallas)

2) Lunch in Arlington (3 restaurants to pick from)

3) Fort Worth Water Gardens

4) Fort Worth Stock Yards

5) Jerry World / Cowboys Stadium (Arlington)
6) Dinner at Taco Wagon & Ice Cream Shoppe


End ride crossing Margret Hunt Hill Bridge back to starting point[/b]
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Well anyone local in the Dallas area missed a great day on a scoot! It was a blast! RSG did a great job - from home and back we logged 160 miles from McKinney and really enjoyed the overcast breezy day. We had 14 total riders who came out for the fun which made it pretty easy to get through almost every light with no waiting. Rob had us running empty backroads from the stockyards back to the ATT Cowboy stadium on the return which was a lot of fun. Met some cool peeps on the ride from around the metroplex too!

Maybe the coolest part thanks to Fuelly was our 118 mile tank averaged 98.5 MPG and my wife averaged 103 MPG - both a personal best on our Buddy's. Amazing what slowing down just a little and not nailing it on every take off can do. We topped off in Dallas right before the ride started and ended up filling up just before getting back home.
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