Adventure Harley-Davidson®
1465 State Route 39 NW, Dover, OH 44622

LAW 2021 Ride Descriptions

Rides will be open for registration on Saturday August 14th at 5:00 PM until Sunday August 22nd at 11:59 PM.    You will also be able to register for a ride at the event from Thursday – Saturday if you are unable to register online.

Ride Registration will be on Eventbrite, the link to register will be shared with you via Facebook and email on Friday August 1. 

As in years past, you will only be able to register yourself for a ride.  Any changes to your ride registration will need to be made by yourself at the event from Thursday - Saturday.

LAW 2021 rIDE descriptions

In addition to these rides, there will be a Scavenger Hunt and two (2) self-led rides to choose from!

Lead- Tammy Talbott
Middle- Veda Kay Davis
Sweep- Cathy Miller

# of bikes: 10

Take a cruise on this 140-mile ride, where you will enjoy riding along rivers and lakes in big sweeping curves along with quick curves as well. Then, we'll journey back in time as we stop at one of Ohio's Oldest Existing Settlement, where you can tour the local museum. Afterward, we will ride along the railroad to see one of our town's beautiful historical trains. Next, we have a stop planned at a Historic Covered Bridge, where you will have the opportunity to get some great pictures of you and your bike on the bridge.

After our bridge stop, we will be heading off for lunch at a well-loved cafeteria that serves great food.  After lunch, we will gas up and cruise back to the dealership, but only after a quick stop at a local ice cream trailer for some yummy sweets!

Easy ride / new and experienced rider level.
The speeds will vary up to 55.
The roads will be curvy and with occasional long straight stretches, with a stop on a hill at a stoplight, mostly country roads; some will be in town.
There is some mild pea gravel at the covered bridge parking lot but nothing too worrisome.

Be ready for a long, but fun day! This ride will take you to St. Clairsville and back.

Lead- Cherie Kail
Middle- Jody Pershing
Sweep- Katie Snyder

# of bikes: 17

numerous tight curves
two gas stops

This ride has been designed to give everyone all the things we missed out on last year: miles on our bikes, mingling with friends, and making precious memories.

We have worked very hard to find the windiest, curviest roads and Tuscarawas and surrounding counties, as well as the best place to eat. In addition, we will make several rest stops along the way for photo opportunities and time to get to know our fellow riders.

The destination is Mamma J’s country kitchen in Harrisville, Ohio, which offers exactly what the name implies: good, old-fashioned, home-cooked meals, just like mamma used to make. They are scrumptious and affordable.

The roads are all state routes and are typically in excellent condition. The parking lot at the restaurant is paved. 

The only concern is numerous tight curves (vehicles with more than 2-wheels may find themselves riding the brakes a lot; however, everyone is welcome to join us).
The total mileage is 133 miles, with two opportunities for gas, first at 36 miles and again around 100 miles.

We hope you join us for some miles, mingling, and memories!

Lead- Karen Gardner
Sweep-Tammy Jones   

# of bikes: 18

This ride is Friday only, but you are Queens EVERYDAY!

Get on your chariot & join us on a twisty & curvy ride through some of Amish Country’s beautiful scenic roads! 

Mainly country roads will be traveled on this trip & single file riding will be expected on some of these hidden gems. Speed is not a factor for this ride, but experience with curves & turns should be considered!  As we approach our destination, a picturesque forest backdrop is found all around.

Next, as you twist & turn through the trees & make the climb up, you will experience the magic & behold: your castle is at the top along with your midday feast! Your choice of 3 entrees is at your disposal. 

Bring some extra cash for your return ride back, as we will be stopping at a local shopping venue where you may want to pick up a treasure to complete your day. Then off to Adventure!

Lead- Hollie Lashley
Middle- Robyn Roub
Sweep- Debbie McCully

# of bikes: 17
County & State routes, 25 to 55 mph speeds

Take a leisurely ride through the scenic hills of southeastern Ohio.  Rambling from Tuscarawas County through Coshocton, Muskingum, Morgan, Noble, and Guernsey counties, you will see beautiful farmlands, the Muskingum River, Lock 8, and some small scenic Ohio towns. Lunch reservations are in McConnellsville, 84 miles in, at the Chatterbox Tavern (street parking). Their menu has a wide variety of appetizers, soups/salads-flatbreads, and sandwiches.   

After lunch, we have a stop planned at Miners Memorial Park to view the Muskie Bucket, once the world’s largest earth-moving machine. The entrance is a low-grade gravel hill, with level parking at the top.  We will enter slow & steady.  

A gas/comfort stop is planned before lunch and another on the way back to Adventure H-D® including ice cream, of course.
The second leg of the ride is approximately 80 miles
Total seat time is 4 hrs, with an approximate 7-hr total ride.  

We should be back in plenty of time to enjoy the festivities @ the dealership that evening. 

Join the Glam Girls for a great gear shifting ride that will be sure to please.

Lead:  Connie Heitkamp
Mid:  Amy Kocsis
Sweep:  LuAnn Rothbrust

# of bikes: 15

 We all love riding with our gal pals ….. what a better way than to get together to cruise the curves along some twisty roads together.  

Shine up the chrome on your bike, put together your PURPLE handkerchief, fun riding boots, BLING shirts, and let’s enjoy the scenery and amazing curves.  We will meander along roads that wind through tunnels of trees and past wonderful farmland.  

Our lunch stop is at “Central Station Steak & Ale” in Cambridge.  Their menu has a great variety for everyone’s palette from soups and salads all the way to premium steaks.  

After lunch, we have more great roads to cruise on – and what’s a motorcycle ride without an ice cream stop?  What a great pairing! A leisurely ride will then have us returning back to the dealership.  

A great ride and memories and friends will be made, for sure!

Lead-  Jessica Eberhart (JKat )
Middle- Sheryl Bates Vlasin
Sweep- Anne Strachan

This ride is for the asphalt-pounders and curve huggers.

# of bikes: 15
Gas stop at 60  & 75 miles
Tight turns, Hill stops

Take in Ohio the beautiful, as you hit twisty roads leading up to a view of Tappan Lake. We'll stop here for a photo op with the beautiful view as our backdrop. Saddle up because the best is yet to come.  

Single file from here - the road hugger needs space as we head over to our lunch stop at Dennison Yard for Sandwiches, Pizza, Pasta, etc. This leg of the ride really gets curvy, with hills like a rollercoaster. Got a sweet tooth? We got you covered as we hit Mainstreet Fudge & Popcorn!

Lead- Sember Newell
Middle- Hollie Lashley
Sweep- Ruby Mathys

# of bikes: 17
Minimum speed 15, maximum 55  
incline stops
rough roads / some gravel
twists & turns
Show up with a full tank of gas                                                                  

Girls- please join us for a ride on some of the curviest roads within a 150-mile radius of Adventure Harley Davidson®!  This ride consists of beautiful views with great roads, which will challenge your senses!  With twists and turns, stops on inclines, rough roads, and some gravel.  This ride is not for the faint of heart!!  On the way, we will have a comfort break at a local winery.  Remember-no alcohol consumption during the ride is allowed, but feel free to purchase some local fare for later enjoyment.  Then, we will cruise down to Seneca Lake, and have lunch on the deck!  The homemade pie comes highly recommended!!  

There is a gas stop approximately at 110 miles, so please show up with a full tank of gas.  

Lead-  Sember Newell
Middle- Jamie S Couden
Sweep- Ruby Mathis

# of bikes: 17
incline stops
rough roads with gravel
come with a full tank of gas

Please join us for a leisurely ride glitzing and glamming all the way to the Ohio River. 

This ride will travel through the Ohio valley on twisty, turny roads, with a lot of incredible scenery.  Traveling south, along Captina Creek, we will head to the Riverside Restaurant Bar and Grill for lunch.  Sitting dockside, the Ohio River will be our backdrop.  

Although leisurely, this ride can be challenging.  Expect stops on inclines, rough roads with some gravel, and a lot of seat time. Please come with a fuel tank of gas!!

Lead- Sally Liber
Sweep- Carol Bryant

# of bikes: 25
gravel lots
curvy roads

Join our group not only for the 89 miles of beautiful scenery and country roads but also for the excitement of driving your own GO KART at Adkins Raceway. Adkins is one of the premier Karting facilities on the East Coast and is located in Port Washington, Ohio. It provides a professional racing experience with high-performance Rental Karts able to reach speeds of up to 45MPH. We return to Adventure H-D® for more shopping and events around 4 pm.

Adkins parking lot is packed gravel, and so is Jackie’s.
Two-lane curvy roads where we will be riding single file and other good paved roads where the speed limit is 55MPH.

Credit Cards are accepted at all stops, but cash is preferred at Adkins

FIRST STOP: Adkins Raceway: be prepared to use YOUR MOTORCYCLE HELMET.
Cost: $20 for one race, $10 for each additional race; restrooms on-premises

SECOND STOP: Lunch at Jackie’s Family Restaurant 

THIRD STOP: Pit Stop at Circle K Gas Station; Gas/Restrooms

FOURTH STOP: Dairy Hut for Ice Cream; No Restrooms  

Lead- Cher Hathaway  
Middle-Gina Neel  
Sweep- Mindy Miller

# of bikes: 17
variable Speeds per speed limits from 25 to 55
scenic, rural, curves

Join us for a nice relaxing, wide open, rolling hills, and countryside ride!   Get ready for twisting, winding, and curvy roads through Tuscarawas, Guernsey, and Harrison counties, to our gas stop then, a delicious meal and desserts at The Bear's Den Steakhouse.   Bear's Den is located in a countryside setting in Cambridge, Ohio.  After lunch, we will continue our county-wide journey to the  Piedmont Dam Rest Stop for a photo shoot. 

Then we're off to ride around scenic Tappan Lake before heading back to Adventure Harley Davidson® for an evening of fun and festivities at the dealership.

Lead-Diane Lawrence
Sweep- Donna Seich

# of bikes: 12

If you would like to eat lunch at an English-inspired dining experience, then this ride is for you!   

Come with us as we leave Adventure H-D® and travel along country roads, go through small towns, and pass the many Amish farms along the way.  Enjoy the ever-changing roads from straight to curvy to hilly, with speeds varying between 45 and 55 mph.  Let the country touch your soul and open your mind to the sights and sounds it has to offer.   You may even encounter an Amish buggy or two along the way as we ride for approximately one hour to our gas/comfort stop. 

Then, we will continue on our journey, heading North to the Dragonfly Tea room nestled in Canal Fulton, Ohio.  Enjoy the dozens of teas available, a menu to tempt your taste buds with desserts to satisfy all your cravings. (You’re responsible for the cost of your lunch).  From walls lined with unique teapots to the assorted items in the gift shop, this experience will have you coming back for more.  All great things must come to an end; we journey back South, enjoying the country roads we’ve learned to love with our last gas/comfort stop along the way.   If time allows, ice cream may be enjoyed by all.

Road Captain: Denise Ellis                                        
Middle sweep: Bettie Robinson
Sweep: Judy Platt

# of bikes: 12
155 miles-Variable speeds from 15-55
Comfort stop @ 53 miles
Gas stop @ 91 miles
Please arrive with a full tank of gas

If you came here wanting to ride and explore…
If you enjoy back roads with lots of curves and beautiful scenery…
If gravel parking lots don't scare you.
Pluck-it (bravery & grit),
Then this ride might be what you're looking for.

Join us for 155 miles of smiles. Be-Bop'in on country roads, with lots of curves, inclines, tight turns, and enjoying God's amazing landscape. We will have a comfort stop at an old-time Mom shop. Grab a slice of homemade pie to take with you for later. 

The adventure continues as we journey to our lunch stop at the charming Farm restaurant in Adena. Home-cooked food at its finest, overlooking farm country under a True-Blue sky. We will stop for fuel before we eat. Our ride back will continue on curvy back roads with a stop at the General store for a sweet treat (or pull out that slice of pie and add some ice cream). The ride back to Adventure H-D® is so much fun! When we're done riding, it's party time with LAW.

❤️your ride leaders
True-Blue, B-Bop & Pluck-it

Lead- Josee Boal
Sweep- Terrie Leighliter

# of bikes: 15

 I found some of the curves southeastern Ohio has to offer, and we are happy to provide the right techniques to get comfortable in the curves.  

How about learning to dance with the curvy roads… I would like you to relax while riding in the beautiful sceneries.  

We will stop at Atwood Lake to see if everyone is comfortable with the pace. Then we’ll have lunch in Bloomingdale.  

Then ice cream at the quaint Taggarts Ice Cream Parlor.  

Then, if you feel so inclined, we will stop at the Dover Dam before returning to Adventure Harley-Davidson® for more camaraderie and festivities!

Lead- Jackie Mason  
Middle- Tawney Gobel
Sweep- Judy Kinnaird 

# of bikes: 22
Ave. Speed: 35-50
Sharp curves: 8
Roads: All Paved Township, County & SR

Hop on our ride, shift gears through country roads. We will travel through Chili, the childhood home of Dr. George Crile & Dr. William Lower, who co-founded The Cleveland Clinic. Enjoy a leisurely ride as we travel on our way!  We will ride through tunnels of trees & farm country to reach our destinations. All roads are paved, some without painted lines, which means single-file.

Our lunch stop will be at Roberta's Dinner in Warsaw. After lunch, we will make our way to the "Mill Creek Central Railroad" (packed gravel parking). This is a 1/8th scale working railroad hidden in beautiful Coshocton County. We will board the train to enjoy a ride through tunnels & across a trestle bridge (DONATIONS ACCEPTED).  After our train ride, it's back on our own steel, shifting gears to ride back to Adventure Harley Davidson® to enjoy the evening activities.

Lead- Dennise Taylor
Sweep- Cathy Gustafson

# of bikes:12
All paved roads with an average speed between 25 and 55 mph
Gas stop at 20 miles in Waynesburg

For those of you that want to take in some country air, cruise through some quaint little towns, enjoy some hills and twisty curves, then this ride with Cathy and Denise is for you!

We’ll be heading out East from the dealership, riding through Mineral City, Magnolia, then making a stop in Waynesburg (20 miles) for a quick top-off and pit stop if needed. 

From there, we’ll go through Malvern, then head out to Minerva to stop and eat at the 50’s style diner, Minerva Classic 57’. The food is delicious, and their pie is to die for! The side street next to the restaurant will be reserved for parking. We will have a nice size private room in which we can spread out and be comfortable! Cathy and Denise have “test-ridden” the food and can’t wait for another piece of that pie! 

After that, we’ll ride through some gorgeous farm country with rolling hills and curves through New Alexander, Guilford Lake, then through Lisbon, Salineville, and Carrollton. If you didn’t get a piece of homemade pie at the diner, there’s an ice cream stop in Dellroy (gravel parking lot). After that, things start to straighten out through more country roads we love in Ohio, leading us back to the dealership.

 ** If you have the Harley Davidson app on your phone, this route was created in the ride planner and can be shared to use on your phone.

Lead- Jennifer Gazzy Kleiner
Mid- Veda Loka Davis
Sweep- Lisa Curves Brock

# of bikes: 17

Join us for a laid-back route that has a little bit of everything! 

We will be on some wonderful less-traveled roads, pass through some old historic towns and end up in the "big city" of Canton, Ohio.  We will be driving through the Canton Arts District that boasts art galleries, specialty shops, and studios. From a rhino made of tires to huge masks atop a building; murals to a giant octopus making her escape from work. Canton is also the home of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. We will take a small walking tour of the Brand New Centennial Plaza. 

Lunch will be at the Arcadia Grill. They have an old-school vibe and serve a delicious selection of mainly Italian/American cuisine for the last 100 Years. Our route back to the dealership will be even more relaxing, with long sweeping curves that allow you to really enjoy having your knees in the breeze. 

Finally, we will be stopping for a sweet treat at a Family-Owned Ice Cream Stand operating since the 1940's.

Lead- Cherie Kail                                                                            
Middle- Tammy Tallbot
Sweep-  Katie Snyder

# of bikes: 17

comfortable ride for all experience levels

This is a leisurely ride down state roads through several counties to show you the beautiful rural landscaping in southeastern Ohio.

The roads are in excellent condition and have a good bit of curves, but should be comfortable for riders of all experience levels and riding any machine. The parking lot at the restaurant is also paved. This ride will include a slight detour past a group home for developmentally disabled residents who enjoy watching us cruise by almost as much as we love doing it for them!

The destination is the Heartland Hill restaurant in Carrollton, Ohio. The restaurant is small, but the menu selections are plentiful and affordable. I highly recommend a slice of homemade pie for dessert.

 This ride is 118 miles long, with a stop for gas around 80 to 90 miles.

 We hope you will join us for some good food and a great time!

Lead- Donna Seich
Sweep- Diane Lawrence

# of bikes: 12

Come explore with us as we travel along country roads, passing through small towns while enjoying straight to curvy roads with average speeds of 45-55 mph. Enjoy the passion and feeling of freedom as we ride to our gas/comfort stop.  From there, we will continue to our lunch destination of Chives in Alliance, Ohio.  From the Chivenator to the Sub-inator and everything in between, it’s mouthwatering just reading the menu!   

After lunch, we will head north to Beech Creek Botanical Garden and Nature Preserve where we can visit the Butterfly House (released 9-12), the Raptor Hallow Sanctuary (Bald Eagle), or the many activities, animals, and flowers along the way. This personal touch with nature is well-worth $9.00 admission which goes to preserving 181 acres while educating and maintaining the many gardens and trails they offer.  The short entrance and parking are flat, packed gravel, and light walking is needed to roam the area.  

 After our nature experience, we will fly South like a Butterfly (slow) to a gas/comfort stop and end up back at Adventure Harley-Davidson®.

Lead- Becky Dale                                                                                        
Middle Jill Hostetler Ramsey
Sweep-Sandy Higgins 

# of bikes: 20                                                                          
3 hrs ride time      
Gas stop @ 58 miles
Bring a kickstand coaster & water

This ride consists of 2 sections; each is 1 & 1/2 hours (58 miles each).   

The first half of the ride takes us to Prospect Place, a National Registered Historic Mansion and certified as an Underground Railroad stop. There's no admission charge for the self-guided tour, but a donation to help with property maintenance is always appreciated. You may want to bring water and a snack, as there are no concessions on hand.

The Mansion is alleged to be one of the most haunted places in Ohio, as seen on both Ghost Hunters and Ghost Adventures TV shows.

Our lunch destination is the Warehouse Restaurant in Dresden Ohio, just minutes from the Mansion. This will also serve as our gas stop if needed by anyone. 

We will be traveling on scenic, countryside roads full of fast curves and some sharp turns. Depending on the time, we can also add an ice cream stop in Baltic as we pass through Amish country's heart. In addition to viewing farmlands, horse and alpaca ranches, who knows, we might also get to see a ghost.   

 Parking at the Mansion is either gravel or grass, so be sure to bring a kickstand coaster. 

Lead:   LaVonne DeBois
Middle:   Sheila Schaffer
Sweep:   Anita Soto

# of bikes: 14
140 miles with plenty of curves.
Cost is $20 cash Payable to the Amish cook the day of the tour.

Some of the best rides can be found on the back roads of Tuscarawas, Holmes, and Wayne Counties.  Robust scenery surrounds us along country roads in small towns where everyone knows your name. Where buggies outnumber cars (and maybe bikes).

Our first stop will be at Rusty Bakers Music Barn, where we will “jam out“ to music, memorabilia, and artistry.  A quick stop for fuel and restroom break in the village of Millersburg before heading toward our noon "haystack" meal in an Amish home. Have you ever had a haystack meal? This traditional meal is popular when it comes to fundraising and gathering around the table.

After lunch, we will head up to Kidron for a restroom break and some browsing at Lehmans Hardware. This route includes the village of Baltic, Charm, Becks Mills, Millersburg, Mount Hope, Kidron, and possibly Orrville for a stop at Smucker's® Jam and Jelly.

I loved putting this route together, and I know you will love riding it!

Lead- Wanda Carlisle
Sweep- Sherrie Rowlison                

# of bikes: 15
Note:  Due to the length and some technical roads, this ride is geared to more experienced riders; appropriate gas stops are included for smaller tanks.
Total seat   time 4 hrs 15 mins
Total estimated time 7-8 hours

Can’t decide between scenic or twisty?  How about both?! 

Join us for a little history and an Amish-made lunch thrown in to boot and, of course, ice cream!  Oh, yeah, and not just one, but TWO covered bridges!  

We’ll roll out early and cover 170 total scenic AND twisty miles, including one of AMA’s Top 15 roads in the U.S. that’s been described as a scenic joyride.  Lunch will be a picnic of subs made to order at the Amish-run Horst Sub & Deli (you’ll need some restraint, though, they have baked goods too…or just make sure your saddlebags are empty). 

Next, we’ll picnic creek-side at Beaver Creek State Park in Columbiana County.  You’ll also have time to explore the Pioneer Village at the park, including one of the last functioning grist mills in Ohio, a functional blacksmith shop, a schoolhouse, chapel, log cabin, trading post, and the Thomas J. Malone Covered Bridge. Then it’s back to the twisties as we head for ice cream in Magnolia at The Nest Café and Ice Cream Parlor (formerly Taggarts).  On the way, we’ll make a quick stop for a photo-op at one of the shortest covered bridges in Ohio. 

We’ll arrive back at Adventure around 4:30 pm.  

Lead- Cher Hathaway  
Middle- Gina Neel  
Sweep- Mindy Miller

# of bikes: 17
winding, curvy roads
switchback (1)

Let's go....... for a 110-mile adventurous ride thru the scenic countryside of Tuscarawas, Stark, Holmes, Coshocton, and Guernsey counties. 

We will be stopping to eat a delicious lunch and great desserts at East Main Kitchen in Baltic (Amish Country).

Then continue on our way with lots of winding, curvy, rolling hills on this adventurous ride, including one switchback.  We are stopping for a tasty ice cream treat at Chilly Willy's before heading back to the evening festivities.  

Come ride with us!!!