What’s 630 kilometres long, takes almost 12 hours, and runs this weekend?
For those who missed our earlier announcements, this Saturday is CMG’s Dawn-til-Dusk run, a tri-provincial asphalt extravaganza on motorcycles with engines 250cc or less. We meet at the Aulac Big Stop (that’s an oversized Irving gas station, for all you non-Maritimers) for breakfast at 6 a.m., and we hit the road at 7 a.m., heading down through Nova Scotia towards the Bay of Fundy, then the Caribou ferry to Prince Edward Island.
We’ll ride west across the Island’s back roads, headed towards the Confederation Bridge, and eventually end up back in Aulac where we started. The trip should be about 630 kilometres long, and take most of the day. There’s a map here, if you want to know more.
There’s no charge to show up, but we may take some orders for T-shirts, if anyone wants one. We’ll also have a chase truck, in case anyone breaks down, but we’re hoping that doesn’t happen.
In any case – if you’re planning to come along, email firstname.lastname@example.org.