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Batten down the hatches and unfurl the sails...Â though, if your bike has hatches and sails, we want pics... and make way for the mountains. Nautical talk in the mountains, you say? On a motorcycle? What madness is this? The Adirondacks, son... and Lake Placid. Is Lake Placid even big enough for sailing ships? Who cares; we'll go, we'll ride, we'll party. That's right, the 2012 Pace Motorcycle Podcast's riding trip has been decided. We're doing the 'Dacks. Plan on a long weekend in and around lovely Lake Placid, New York, home of the 1980 Winter Olympics. The Adirondacks offer some wonderful scenery, some great riding, and a plethora of places to unwind after a day in the saddle. The trip is planned for a long weekend, July 27th through the 30th. Anyone wanting to join the ride up is welcome. We'll plan on leaving the Wilmington, Delaware area early on Friday the 27th, and arrive in Lake Placid in time for dinner. We'll be home-basing at the Econolodge in the town of Lake Placid. As the time draws closer, we'll be planning day-ride routes, group dinners and hopefully The Pace will be able to set up a few microphones and talk to some attendees. Please share your route and must-see destination ideas. Tracy Road is already on the list. So let's hear it - routes, restaurants, day-stops, overlooks, etc. What's on your list? Let us know at email@example.com.
The Pace Podcast elves are busily assembling the list for our second annual holiday gift guide and they're looking for your help. If you have ideas for moto-related gifts go a head and send them in. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the voicemail line at 484-748-0042. Try to get them to us by 7:00 pm EST on Thursday December 2nd to make sure that they get in to the show. Then start the plotting and scheming. You'll have to figure out how you're going to get your friends and family to listen when the show is released. You're on your own for that part of it.