Southern Tier to Raystown Lake Sunday

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6 years 9 months ago #37799 by kb voodoo
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bodie6 wrote: The best place to eat, in my opinion, is Boxer's Cafe in Huntingdon. The place is biker friendly, so you can go there smelling like a mixture of rhino a$$ and swamp water and no one will bat an eye. Plus, they have a whole stack of Dirt Rag magazines to look over while you wait for your food. The Rueben was especially good. www.boxerscafe.com/


I'll scope that place out fo sho.

How about the jumps at this place? I had my bike off the ground more yesterday than all my rides at home last year combined :o

The 1970's: No knee pads, helmets, brakes, or over cautious soccer mom's. It's just how we rolled...

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6 years 9 months ago #37798 by bodie6
bodie6 replied the topic: Re: Southern Tier to Raystown Lake Sunday
My girlfriend and I made it down to Raystown twice last summer. The first time we ended up staying for two nights, and the second for one night. The best place to camp is definitely at the 7 Points Campground. The facilities are extremely clean, and you can ride to the small trailhead (drive to the larger one). Here was the view I woke up to at our campsite.



The best place to eat, in my opinion, is Boxer's Cafe in Huntingdon. The place is biker friendly, so you can go there smelling like a mixture of rhino a$$ and swamp water and no one will bat an eye. Plus, they have a whole stack of Dirt Rag magazines to look over while you wait for your food. The Rueben was especially good. www.boxerscafe.com/

Gotta Love the Allegrippis Trails:






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6 years 9 months ago #37796 by kb voodoo
kb voodoo replied the topic: Re: Southern Tier to Raystown Lake Sunday
If you go, check out the Main Street Cafe in Alexandria on the way back. Good eats and it's right on the way home!!

www.mainstcafe.us/


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6 years 9 months ago #37795 by kb voodoo
kb voodoo replied the topic: Re: Southern Tier to Raystown Lake Sunday
It took us exactly three hours from Olean.

We will definitely be back very soon. The trails around us probably need another month to dry out, so I may be there every weekend until then.

We may even drag the camper down there for a weekend or two.

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6 years 9 months ago #37794 by twright
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vodoo, we were parked right across from you,, towards the end.. the bunch of old guys, the day was fantastic.. how long did it take you guys to get down there.. I hope to get down again, mid summer, and then in the fall.


my guess is just a tad under 3 hours from warren... about 315 from jamestown,,, I am only guessing here, but probably a little less than three from Bradford, PA which is on 219....

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6 years 9 months ago #37793 by fat guy
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