Several of us on the Indiana Ride Thread on the Central forum have expressed interest/fascination/devotion to small motorcycles. The majority have some sort of Honda step-through they've brought back to life or are in the process of doing so. Anyway with this in mind and in the interest of spreading the sickness we've been discussing the idea of doing a ride on the little buggers around the hills and hollers of south-central Indiana. I propose that we start at I-65 and Indiana 46 just west of Columbus, IN and do a loop west into scenic Bartholomew/Jackson/Monroe and Brown counties, taking in the Pleasant Run Unit of the Hoosier National Forest before looping back north around the east end of Lake Monroe before turning east and returning to the start, stopping somewhere along the way for lunch. Here's a chance for you to drag that tiddler out of the corner, bring it back to life and enjoy a day of riding with other small bike mavens who enjoy life in the slow lane. Obviously there would be serious bragging rights on the line for anyone who finished the ride on the smallest or oldest bike. The route will likely include paved and gravel backroads and some hills that might leave your little bike gasping for breath trying to get up and over them. A GPS track log will probably be available despite my inner urge to just issue a crude route sheet and let everyone have at it. What will show up besides our old step throughs? Mopeds? Scooters? Ancient smallbore two-smokers? Drag 'em out and plan for a day of fun. More to come as we figure this thing out.