The Twirly Top ice cream stand outside of Mt. Holly. Sadly, they are not open on Sundays. A note of correction for next years 2 Digit Ride.We still decided to stop for pictures and to introduce the place to new folks.
The weather could not have been better. The sun was shining and the haze of two-stroke oil was in the air. We had a great mixture of bikes, a beautiful vintage small-frame Vespa, an assortment of 50cc two strokes from Kymco and Genuine, and even a highly modified moped. This is a video being shot from a RH50. The bike PULLING AWAY is a 50cc??? Tomos moped, and then a Genuine 50cc Buddy puts on a pass. YEAH, these guys were riding like this all day.
After a brief roadside stop to let the small bikes cool down.
The ride continued on to a great roadside attraction. Mr. Ed's Elephant museum for Candy and sweets. If you like roadside attractions or elephants be sure to stop by.
There is plenty of parking.
There was a great lunch stop in Gettysburg at the Lincoln Diner
There were NO shenanigans at this table.
Overall a fantastic day. The bikes ran great, and the weather was awesome. The food at the Lincoln was good and we all bought way too much candy at Mr. Eds. As always, we all found ourselves back at the shop way to soon. There will be more rides from the shop soon and be SURE to keep your eyes open for next years 2 Digit ride. If you want see more pics and video check A Symba in the Wild.