By Matt Danielson, The Motorcycle Law Group
I’d like to personally invite you to join the 2nd annual Tip-to-Tip Ride June 4-5, 2016, hosted by the Virginia Coalition of Motorcyclists (VCOM) and the Virginia Bikers Association (VABA).
Over the course of two days, more than 25 motorcyclists will ride from the western tip to the Eastern Shore of Virginia. The ride raises money to support VCOM and VABA in their lobbying efforts on behalf of motorcyclists and is a chance for those of us in the motorcycle rights movement to get together and do what we love most: ride.
Day 1: The ride will start on Saturday, June 4 at 8:00 a.m. in Cumberland Gap VA/KY/TN, where groups of no more than 10 riders will leave on Route 58/421 in 10 minute increments. The first stop will be in Bristol, Va. at the Friendship Victory/Indian/Eagle Rider dealership. During this rest break, riders will get a tour of the dealership, plenty of refreshments and some time to socialize. From there, the group will head towards Abington, Va. and through the mountainous terrain of southwest Virginia through Crooked Road, the Grayson Highlands, the White Top Mountains and the famous Lovers Leap Mountain. Day one ends in South Boston, Va. where the group will stay the night and enjoy more fun and more food.
Day 2: On day two, kickstands go up bright and early as riders make their way to the Virginia Seashore, crossing over bridges and through a 21-mile stretch on I-64, around Suffolk, to avoid any city traffic. Then the ride will continue down Route 13 towards the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel, where we’ll cross the Bay. Our final destination will be Chincoteague Island, Va.
Motorcyclists are welcome to join the group at any point during the two-day ride, although they will not receive a patch or t-shirt. But, we’re all truly in it for the ride, the experience and to support lobbying efforts on behalf of motorcyclists.
I hope you’ll join us for this year’s Tip-to-Tip Ride. For details on hotel and room accommodations, please visit: motorcyclelawgroup.com/tip-to-tip-ride/
For more information and to check availability, please call Rob Griffin at 1-888-819-3212.
I hope to see you there.
McGrath, Danielson, Sorrell & Fuller
The Motorcycle Law Group