I rode some of the trails last weekend , The Pathfinders have gone out of thier way to make it doable for old guys on old bikes, that's the plan and that's what they laid out. Everyone should have a good time and not beat themselves or thier bikes.
The area where the Reunion Ride is being held is classic New England, gorgeous senery, old farm houses, and in the middle of peak foilage season in the Berkshires. The start is at an old farm with Mount Greylock in it's back yard. There's plenty of room for camping, the grass track, brake test and final moto and everything else.
If you can't ride it, show up and spectate or better yet work a special test or we still need flag men for the grass track and final moto
I had a blast. Got up there on Thursday and helped staking and putting up ribbon in the feild. On Friday we arrowed the Saturday afternoon loop. On Saturday a friend and myself were the first ones out front running Saturday am's loop. We then went out to sweep, boy did the trail conditions change. On Sunday we went out after the last Vet/Modern bike and before the first Vet/vintage bike. We mixed it up with those guys most of the day. Coming into the check points and meeting up with the vets and then hanging back a little to catch some of the Vets on vintage bikes. All I can say is it was an excellent weekend even riding in the cold rain Saturday. It's was something most people will remember for a life time. I just glad I got to be a part of it