Friday night was a meet and greet with pizza and subs being delivered by local shop Thatz'a Pizza, a fantastic local live band Finks Constant. You should really take the time to check out their FB page and go listen to these guys.
Afterward, it was time for a late night movie showing (complete with hot popcorn) by Carlisle Cycle and Scooter.
Saturday morning brought a warm shower and on-site breakfast provided by Bountiful Feast.
After a good breakfast, it was ride time. This year, it was very clear what time which rides left. GOOD JOB on the signs!
The long ride had a great time with many smiles!
There was food at the lunch stop, good times and a beautiful day for a ride. Then it was back to Fred's campground for the field games.
Many riders took the field games, there was a slow race, the gymkhana, a "drag" race
The banana bite event; you should have been there!
If you noticed, in the background at the field games. We have an ice cream truck. Thank you to Miller Brothers ice cream for helping to keep us cool.
Time for a nice BBQ pork dinner with all the fixings, courtesy of Fred's campground. There were some great bikes in the field to check out as well as some glammed out campsites.
When was the last time you saw three Stella side car rigs together on one ride?
And after dinner, it was raffle time. The D-list crowd on the hill was raking in the prizes.
There were flags on bikes, and a flag flying at the campsite all weekend. It was a nice sight to see.
Even Suzy and Rafa from Cheeky Seats were in attendance with some of their wonderful creations
Saturday night went late into the night with a slip-n-slide set-up around midnight.
Sunday morning was met with a ride to the AACA museum in Hershey, Pa.. The admission to the museum was covered with your registration to the Meltdown.
Overall, a great weekend. The were good friends, new friends, and lots of laughs. If a rally like this sounds good to you; be sure to watch our calendar of events for the next one. See you there!!!
A special THANK YOU to Kevin Jiannotti and Denny Magdule for some of the pics!