If you live in Lawton or the surrounding area and have a motorcycle (especially if you own a Honda Goldwing or Valkerie) this is the place to meet some great people. We are a local GWRRA chapter consisting of like minded people that enjoy riding our bikes. As a side benefit you get to meet people and make long-lasting friendships. Our meetings are held on the first Mondays of each month, with dinner at 6:30 p.m. and the meeting starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Golden Corral Restaurant. Since you have found us, we would like to invite you to attend a meeting and see what we are about.
Our August dinner ride destination was Bill's Catfish Restaurant, Ph# (580)-228-2372, on Highway West 79, Waurika, OK.. We all met at 5:00 PM at the Lawton Cracker Barrel and rode down Highway 7 to the Duncan By-Pass to Highway 81 then south to Waurika. On the ride down I felt a cold breeze and checked the thermometer on the bike which read 99 degrees! Heck of a cold front! read more »
Everyone was buzzing about the second of three so-called super moons that occurred on August 10, 2014. They call them supermoons because the moon comes within 221,738 miles of the earth, some 30,000 miles closer than normal. The moon appears super bright and the details of the moons face are very clear. Very impressive! read more »
Well we had several brave souls (members) eager for a movie ride to Carnegie's Liberty Theatre for a good movie and some "Show Dogs." We met at the Highway 49 Love's Store and had a enjoyable ride regardless of the Oklahoma heat. Everyone looked over the movie offerings and decided that "The Guardians of the Galaxy" PG-13, 2 hours 1 minute long would be our best read more »
Because a large number of our members planned to be away at Wing Ding #36 and extended traveling afterwards the chapter had left Julys calendar open. By July 23 most of our members had returned from their travels and some of us felt the urge to ride again. So we e-mailed everyone to join us on a previously unscheduled dinner ride to Fred's Famous Fish & Steakhouse, 2011 N. read more »