Sponsored by Fox Valley Cycles
419 Hill Ave Aurora IL
Map To Fox Valley Cycles
Member Since '1993
One great ride of many to come.
What a great riding season!
For Cheese Days we will be meeting at IHOP in North Aurora for breakfast between 8AM and 8:30AM and departure will be at 9:30AM. We will take some twisty and gentle country roads towards Genoa and will be at Cheese Days for about 2 hours.
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For Freedom Run, we will be meeting at the silver dollar restaurant (corner of 47 and 71 in yorkville at 7:30 am for breakfast (KSU at 8:30) 47 is under construction and since bulldozers have the rite of way we may take Ashley rd.
At Freedom Run, cost is $15 per person (rider & passenger = $30). Flying flap Jacks is another $5/person.
Let's show our support for those that didn't come home.
The Roving Dinner will be at 7PM, tonight (Wednesday) at The Village Squire 480 Randall Rd, South Elgin, IL 60177 (847) 931-0400
This Wednesday, we will be eating at one of my personal Favorites, (and yours too if you like BBQ, and really who doesn't like BBQ??) The Dinner will be at 7pm, at South Moon BBQ at the Mill, 211 N River St, Montgomery, IL 60538 (630) 340-4657
Yep, that time again! This Wednesday (May 11th) at 6pm, the meeting of the Illini Free Spirit Riders will be at Fox Valley Cycle. Then afterwards a dinner at River View Diner 1420 SE River Rd, Montgomery, IL 60538 (Click here for directions)
From Eddie Cullins:
"Sunday's ride meet at fox valley cycles @10am for a slow ride in the country with lunch at Cadillac grill in Sheridan nice weather is forecast so ride will be added to after lunch see you at fvc at 10 am"
The Illini Free Spirit Riders Club rode over 24,331 combined miles in 2015!
Club sponsored rides have included multiple single day rides each month as well as overnight rides to:
Key West, Canada, North Carolina, Blue Ridge Parkway, Yellowstone, Utah National Parks, Upper Minnesota, Niagara Falls,St.Louis, Black Hills, Texas,New England among other destinations.
“I ride a motorcycle despite the knowledge that I am not invulnerable, invincible or immortal.
To give up my avocation would not lengthen the assured term of my life by even one second.
It would, however, lessen the fullness of my life in ways I could not even begin to describe.”
~ Michael G. D'Aversa, IFSR Club Member