Bikers display their colors: Red, White and Blue

RR Motorcycle Club living the dream in the land of the free.

RR Motorcycle Club living the dream in the land of the free.

Scott Baker

What’s red, white and blue and roars like thunder? It’s the Robson Ranch Motorcycle Club’s bikers in the Fourth of July parade. With their float decorated in red, white and blue streamers, flags and banners, the club proclaimed their patriotic and community pride. Atop a truck-drawn trailer, club members road astride a gleaming white Honda Goldwing. And following close behind, a Honda Goldwing trike and three Spider Cam-ams.

But before all the festivities on Independence Day, the club celebrated with a pre-holiday decorating party at the home of Scott and Vicki Baker. The buffet-style dinner was followed by the real task at hand – decorating the parade float showcasing what the club is all about – friends, motorcycles, friends, the joy of riding and friends.

If you have a bike and enjoy riding, come join the RR Motorcycle Club on our breakfast, lunch and dinner rides or pack a saddlebag for two- to five-day excursions. We have a great club that offers a little bit of something for everyone. It’s not just a motorcycle club with ever changing events, but a fellowship of friends with the mantra of “ride safe and have fun”. For more information on upcoming events and meetings, contact Mike Conley, Dennis Dotson, Scott Baker or Stan Brein.