Wednesday + Beautiful Weather = Bike Night

Most areas around the country have some form or other of a bike night. That is no different here. A long time tradition in our area is Wednesday night Bike Night. Weather permitting of course. It is always held at The Other Place in Clear Lake. In the past, it was tables under tents and an outside grill for hamburgers.  It has since morphed into an outside permanent deck being built that can be used for Bike Night and other things.

As with anything motorcycle, holding Bike Night depends on the weather, and last night, it was perfect!

We met friends in town and even picked up my cousin and his wife for their first Bike Night with us! It isn’t a long ride over to Clear Lake, but the idea of bike nights most of the time, isn’t a long ride but a chance for a quick ride and hanging out for a bit with friends and getting some good food, too.

When the weather is as nice as it was, I even enjoy that short ride to Clear Lake!

For such a beautiful night, there wasn’t a huge crowd, but it was a decent one.  We parked, got in line for our choice of hamburgers or brats with chips and beans or a delicious slice of one of their great pizzas!  We grabbed a table and got to talk and hang out a bit, saying hello to friends.

Soon, it was time to head home and enjoy, once again, the beautiful weather on the way.

I really enjoy Bike Nights. It gives us a chance to get on the bike, even if for a short time. We get to enjoy the weather, the beautiful green of our state, and the incredible skies. Best of all, is the chance to hang out with friends that enjoy motorcycles, too!

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