Biker Wear Has a New Home!
HEADS UP FOLKS’ BIKER WEAR IS MOVING SOON
We are still at our old location for now on the motor mile, but we are moving to downtown Johnson City, New address will be 116 Buffalo Street. Beside Yee-Haw Brewing. We will announce our Grand Opening Date soon. We love all of you and thank you for being since great customers. We look forward to seeing you at our Grand Opening.
Hello, hope you’re is a great and if it isn’t get on your bike and ride. This week I will give you the information about the 3rd ride in the Southern Dozen Rides. Places Of The Past Ride 66 miles. Take in sweeping pastures and twist the throttle as you race around curves and tight switchbacks on this journey into the past to discover Northeast Tennessee’s epic history. From the volunteers who saved the American Revolution, to the homes of legendary pioneers, statesmen, and even a U.S. President, this region is rich in memories of the past. Venture down cobblestone streets to the birthplace of Davy Crockett, past extraordinary museums, and even to a farm preserved since 1791.
DIRECTIONS FROM HOLIDAY INN, JOHNSON CITY
1. Turn right at light 11E S, 250ft. Turn right onto I-26 W / US 23 N, 3.1 miles. Exit right at Exit 17 then turn left onto TN 354 S. Boones Creek Rd., 6.3 miles. Continue straight on Boone St., 0.4 miles. Turn right on Main St. / Old Tennessee 34, 0.7 miles. Turn right on Persimmon Ridge Rd., 1.1 miles. Turn left on US 11E S / US 321 S, 18.9 miles. Turn left on US 11E S Business / Tusculum Blvd., 2.5 miles. Turn left on College St., 0.3 miles. Turn right on Andrew Johnson Site. Turn right on E. Depot St., 0.1 miles. Turn right on N. Main St., 1.2 miles. Turn right on US 11E N / US 321 N, 11.2 miles. Turn right on Heritage Rd. S / Old State Rt 34, 1.2 miles. Turn right on Davy Crockett Rd., 1.2 miles. Turn right on Davy Crockett Park Rd., 0.9 miles. Davy Crockett Birthplace Park. Turn right on Charles Johnson Rd., 0.2 miles. Turn right on Davy Crockett Park Rd., 1.2 miles. Turn right on Chuckey Hwy., 0.5 miles. Turn right on US 11E N / US 321 N, 12 miles. Turn left on TN 354 N /Boones Creek Rd., 6.1 miles. Turn right on I-26 E / US 23 S, 3.0 miles. Exit 20, Roan St.
Things you might enjoy along your ride:
1. Downtown Jonesborough - Explore Tennessee’s first town
2. Main Street Café & Catering - Great, fresh food since 1982
3. Davy Crockett Birthplace - Learn about the King of the Wild Frontier
4. Boone Street Market - Find locally sourced treats and flavors
5. Andrew Johnson’s Homestead - Learn the rich history of our 17th president
6. Peggy Ann Bakery - Satisfy your sweet tooth with a delightful local pastry
7. Tennessee Hills Distillery – A taste of Tennessee
1. WJs Spring Bike Show April 16th
2. Dirt Race Bristol Motor Speedway April 16th – 18th
3. World of Outlaws Bristol Bash April 28th – 30th
1. Thunder Beach Rally April 27th – May 1st Panama City, FL
2. Thunder In The Smokies April 29th – May 1st
1. Benefit Ride for Chris Calloway Washington County Moose April 24th
2. 2nd Annual Feeding 5,000 Fun Ride April 31st
3. Smokey Mountain HD Cannonball Run April 31st
1. Kingsport Moose Riders 2nd & 4th Wednesday Each Month
2. 19E Pit Stop Every Wednesday
3. Quaker Steak & Lube Every Thursday
4. Tulips Grub & Pub Every Friday
5. Thunder Mountain Tavern Every Tuesday
6. Peacemakers Bike Night 801 Boozy Creek Every 3rd Friday of each month
1. Jupiter is twice as massive as all the other planets combined.
2. The chicken & the ostrich are the closest living relatives of the Tyrannosaurus rex.
3. The infinity sign is called a lemniscate.
4. Octopuses and squid have three hearts.
5. Ketchup was used medicinally in the early 1800s.
6. Captain Crunch's full name is Captain Horatio Magellan Crunch.
7. All blue-eyed people have single common ancestor who lived near the Black Sea six to ten thousand years ago.
8. If you put a mirror one light-year away from Earth and looked at it through a telescope, you would see two years into Earth's past.
9. Like snowflakes or fingerprints, the bacterial profile in your belly button is unique.
10. The Bible is the most shoplifted book in the world.