Post Your T.W.O. (Two Wheels Only Motorcycle Resort) Pics

Discussion in 'Photos' started by klaviator, Feb 25, 2011.

  1. ghostryder

    ghostryder Long timer

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    Stopped in there yesterday, was good to be home. Although the place is newer, and does not YET have all the things on the wall etc it still felt right. Wasn't too crowded yesterday when I stopped in for lunch. Although the menu is a little pricey the cheese steak was great. Bathrooms clean and the campground looks well kept. All in all a great place to stop once again and Ill surely be back.
  2. motocopter

    motocopter new place explorer

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    Nice post! :thumb

  3. Missy Impossible

    Missy Impossible gone and forgotten

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    I camped there this weekend as well (all by my lonesome out on the Hot Chili Pepper Peninsula, in honour of Skert).


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    I commend the new owner on his dedication to preserving the motorcycle-focused atmosphere but also for *definitely* improving the facilities. The new bath house is sooooo much nicer, and the front porch is wider, offering more people a view of incoming crashes. :lol3
  4. blue72beetle

    blue72beetle Look at my Wee

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    Had a visit this past Sunday the 22nd, stopped for lunch. We came up from Atlanta, and took 60 to get there. Holy cow I had no idea how fun that road was!

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  5. Missy Impossible

    Missy Impossible gone and forgotten

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    And that's the beauty of it.

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    Bob Wooldridge of BMW Motorcycles of Atlanta led an "easy-level" off-road ride on Saturday afternoon (for WAAAAY too many of us) and again on Sunday morning. His son Bobby took another group out Sunday morning for a "more spirited" off-road ride. That's about 4 hours worth of crumb trails (and helmet-hooting, teeth-clenching, cussing, frame-rattling, ass-skidding and feet-soaking in the stream crossing) on my GPS from NE to SW surrounding T.W.O.

    Whether on asphalt or dirt, there's some damn good riding in every direction around T.W.O.
  6. ghostryder

    ghostryder Long timer

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    Went for a little ride today, and stopped by TWo today. Was there on Sunday but didn't walk around and I only snapped a pic or two, so I took a little closer look today.
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    Some things are the same.....

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    Yep.....still nice and relaxing.....

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    Some pics of the grounds, and the new bath house.

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    Like I said before....Its good to come home, and I look forward to spending more time there.
  7. duanew1

    duanew1 In my Pajama pants

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    I am at TWoS right now. At least I am not the only one here. It is a Tuesday night.
  8. 3sum

    3sum local Triumph fanboy

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    It's time. I just saw where T.W.o.S. is opening weekend for the season. Wish I didn't have to work!


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  9. Tbone

    Tbone off-ramp slayer

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    A decade ago...:eek1 Opening day and ADVrider was there.

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    wouldn't be a ride without a visit from "The Man":D

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  10. klaviator

    klaviator Long timer

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    Over the years I met some really interesting people at TWO. These next 2 are from the 90's. These two where some of the original adventure riders, long before this forum existed or the long way around was filmed.

    The first is a gal named Nikki. She was a migrant farm worker from England who saved her money for years and came to see America. She bought a round trip ticket to Florida with no date on the return flight. In Florida she bought a used Suzuki cruiser, loaded up her camping gear and headed off to see the US. Someone in Florida told her about TWO. That's were I met her. When she tried to pay her tab, Frank told her the guy in Florida had taken care of it.

    I later got a letter and some pics from her. She made it to the west coast and back riding around 15,000 miles.

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    The second is Frank. He had done a lot of adventure riding in South America. Again, this was long before it became popular like today. He was so short he had to slide off the seat of his GS to put a foot down when he stopped.

    Another true adventure rider.

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    I met a lot of other fascinating people there over the years. I wish I had taken some pics.
  11. BeemerChef

    BeemerChef Wandering Homeless

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    Those photos sure bring back some memories and names forgotten! We are going to be there mid April. Wonder if they will be open.

    Stay well.
    Ara and Spirit
  12. klaviator

    klaviator Long timer

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    I'm sure they will be open. Did you meet those two?
  13. BeemerChef

    BeemerChef Wandering Homeless

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    I met the above ones... TWO was my home!

    Ara and Spirit
  14. PJFZ1

    PJFZ1 Adventurer

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    They are already open, just only doing the kitchen on the weekends.
  15. BeemerChef

    BeemerChef Wandering Homeless

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    Great... we are still 1,200 miles away, maybe more! I just pm'd them on FB as I hope Spirit will not be a problem gaining entrance!

    Ara and Spirit
  16. ftw

    ftw Live to live, ride to ride

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    Biker bar in Sudak, Crimea:

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    The pic. taken in 2009. Doesn't exist anymore.
  17. klaviator

    klaviator Long timer

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    I think I posted this pic before but I'm posting it again because GT passed away a few days ago.

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    RIP GT.
  18. oldoval

    oldoval Frank Orator

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    Oh wow, I didn't know GT passed. That man cooked me many fine burgers over the years. R.I.P.

    Any more info on his passing, obit, etc ??
  19. PJFZ1

    PJFZ1 Adventurer

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    Dam - sorry to hear it.
  20. BlueLghtning

    BlueLghtning Riding is my passion

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    This is what was posted on TWO Friend's FB page on 8/18/14