I am writing this sitting in the camping area of the New Hampshire International Speedway in Loudon. Those of you who follow NASCAR will be faimilar with the place. This is the location for the New Hampshire Charity Classic Trail Ride which is tomorrow and Sunday. Not only is this a great chance to do some trail riding but it is a very good cause. The event is in it’s 30th year of raising money for Cystic Fibrosis. A few years ago children diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis typically only lived to around the age of 8. Currently it is not uncommon for them to live until mid 30s.
It isn’t that far from my home but I still decided it would be nice to camp out so I could be ready to go in the morning.
I am not sure how many bikes they expect but already the place is filling up and still more are arriving. I tried a panoramic shot to try to give an idea of how many people are here. There is still a lot of the are you cannot see from this shot. You should be able to click on it and get to a larger version.
I have 2 days of 100 miles each of trail riding ahead. If I survive tomorrow with a little energy left over I will post an update.