Today is Moto Hang day and will be held at a member’s place. Jason and Lori Letterie will open their property near Tusseyville to host this evening’s get together.
If you’re new or not sure you want to attend I’ve finally gotten around to processing some of the images from the first three events this year. At the bottom on the page you’ll find links to more complete collections of images on my Flickr site.
There’s a lot of tradition around the Moto Hang already. This photo hangs in founder Ken Hull’s Moto Shack in Boalsburg as a reminder of where the group comes from — now in the third year of gathering.
The Moto Hang, previously known as Pistons and Pints, is the brainchild of Ken Hull and a way for riders interested in getting together to talk and swap riding stories. It’s really caught on beyond what I think Ken expected. That’s why this year every second Moto Hang of the month is at a different location.
Even though it was kind of cold and raining when the Moto Hang started there were still a number of riders who braved the weather. That’s what Aerostich and Klim is for right?
The second Moto Hang was hosted by Craig Kissell, owner of Kissell Motorsports. It was the first event to not take place at the Moto Shack in Boalsburg and was a great success.
Everyone is welcome regardless of whether you ride a Vespa or a Harley. We’ve seen mini-bikes, side car rigs, and everything in between. It’s fascinating to see what shows up.
I don’t know what the exact count is on motorcycles and scooters now but they’ve spread far beyond the space behind the shack. It’s a moto-happening now.
Always seems to be a dog or two passing through.
Plenty of opportunities to be rebels. But you have to show up. Take a moment to peruse some of the images from past Moto Hangs and Piston and Pints events on my Flickr site.
Just click on the images below to go to the Flickr albums.