Im doing penguin may 12th...riding from nj to their track in new hampshire...but then again im usiing their bike...no way i wanna drop my duc lol
cool im going june 12&13 ththisnjducquacks said:Im doing penguin may 12th...riding from nj to their track in new hampshire...but then again im usiing their bike...no way i wanna drop my duc lol
oh thanx for that I'll make sure I book hotel soon as possiblesmegtheprez said:Long a$$ ride for racing school.
The track surface at Laconia leaves much to be desired so be prepared.
You might also want to note that Laconia Bike week is June 10-18 and rooms are usually all booked within a 200 mile radius.
I guess it depends if you like highway riding or not.Dragon_Lady said:It is 4,600 km one way... Some say it is a quote 'bonkers idea'
Have you taken that train before? SPECTACULAR ride!st2lemans said:I hate it, so next week I'm going to take the car to Imola (for DRE racing course) rather than the bike, to avoid the 200 miles of basically straight highway. Even considered the train.
From Zurich to Lugano, you are quite correct, it's a very nice and picturesque ride, by bike, car, or train. Perhaps best by train, as you can see something other than asphalt (looking at the scenery while riding a bike is NOT recommended!). Once you hit the Italian border, it's like being in the midwest.MikeM said:My error. I was recalling a past ride from Zurich. I see you are in Lugano.
Sounds like a fun trip, although The Vintage Motorcycle Races are scheduled for June 11th & 12th at NHIS. Looks like Penguin is 13th and 14th. There is definately going to be some action around that area when you arrive. I try not to ride durring bike week (with the exception of going to the vintage races) due to the traffic. Plan on it taking a bit longer to get anywhere with all the bikes in the area.cool im going june 12&13 th