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I’m here in SD and there’s a bunch of us that ride here. In the last four days several of us have ridden three of them. Fast, slow, whatever- all are welcome and we actually ride as opposed to just talkin about how we did it in our younger days. There’s a ride to Springerville coming up soon. Look for it in the Southwest Events section on this forum and COG FB. There’s a So Cal Concours FB group you can join that lets you see who’s riding where and when locally.
Hi Tracy! Just like Troy and Mark mentioned we have a rally and/or Meet and Greet next month and we have a pretty active group here in Southern California that likes to ride the area roads too! Check out our Facebook page and look forward to meeting and riding with you soon!
Off topic a bit: I noticed the listing of Roberto's as a stopping point. Many a year ago I lived in La Jolla. Man do I miss Roberto's in Del Mar. Tex Mex does not favorably compare to the great Mexican food at Roberto's. Ah, the old days: buy 2000 calories of food and walk to the beach for mass consumption. No Roberto's and no beach in Lubbock TX.