If you’re into politics you can go hang out with the political junkies of your choice and listen to the first (and possibly the only) debate between Terry Goddard and Jan Brewer.
Goddard would like more than one debate. Brewer is forced to have at least one by the rules governing publicly financed campaigns. My guess is that this will be the only chance you’ll have to see the two head-to-head.
If you’re burned out on politics why not throw a leg over your scoot and hustle down to the Barrio Brewery. The Tucson Vintage Motorcycle riders meet there every other Wednesday to admire old bikes, kick tires, and convince themselves that older is better.
You don’t have to ride a vintage bike. I attended the last meeting on my 1990 K75 BMW hack. You don’t have to ride a bike at all…you’re perfectly welcome by car or bicycle. The VMR have a web site: http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/tucsonvintagemc/ The interesting stuff, like photos, is available only to members but if you have an interest in vintage iron you’ll be welcomed.
Folks gather beginning at 6:00 PM
The Barrio Brewery is located at: 800 East 16th Street, Tucson
A new Tucson Citizen Blog, The Motorcycle Scene, will be rolling out over the next few days. ‘The Scene’ will be devoted to any and all topics about the sport: motorcycles, motorcycle events, club activities, local dealers and mechanics, favorite rides, racing, women riders, motor scooters and luxo-tourers and pretty much any topic that you, as riders, are interested in. And in case you were worried: No politics ( except as relating to motorcycling….land closures, helmet laws, that sort of thing.)
Please visit The Motorcycle Scene and let me know what you’re interested in.