When is Rolling Thunder??
That's some very good advice to a newbie rider, however, as a passenger or onlooker, it could be a very valuable lesson to attend and learn things to do and not to do on a motorcycle.bullzeyet said:blueeyes,
That would NOT be a good place to ride for you. REMEMBER....you ARE a newbie. Being in this "event" is NOT being smart for your limited experience. Sorry, I have to say that. :roll:
Rolling Thunder has more rides than the parade on May 27. Check out their calendar.blueeyes2114 said:When is Rolling Thunder??
Yes, and I'm happier watching the parade. Unfortunately, Rolling Thunder is turning into a Motorcycle event (Get together, show off your bike, etc.) instead of what it is really intended to be. Quite frankly, I wouldn't even go if it weren't for a friend of mine who has personal reasons to be there. Here's a link I found to a picture of the Pentagon parking lotus5466 said:I'm going Seattle to LA to DC on Ride For The Wall. Been looking forward to Rolling Thunder but waiting hours in a parking lot to be part of a slow moving bike jam doesn't sound so great. Anyone else done it and got a first hand opinion?
docc30 said:After seeing that pic, that would be one reason NOT to go! That's an accident waiting to happen!us5466 said:Here's a link I found to a picture of the Pentagon parking lot