News Updated: November 27, 11:55am PST

November 23, 2014: This year the Seattle Motorcycle Show took place early just before Thanksgiving. Here are a few photos from the event where the Kawasaki H2 Turbo stole the show.

The Glenwood Klickitat Ride ride went ahead in dry conditions. Five bikes took part. Lunch at Los Reyes in Bingen was not up to par for some - maybe a change of management ? The twisties on the Klickitat - Appleton road were just as awesome as ever. A great ride to close the 2014 season. Photos to follow soon.

The Cowboy Dinner Tree ride went ahead in very wet conditions for the first day's trip out through the desert. Sunday and Monday and the steak at the restaurant some 70 miles east of La Pine certainly made up for it. Photos to follow soon.

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