Race of Gentleman – Beach Races

We did this last year and it was pretty freaking awesome.

We are not doing an official chin-tank ride out there.
This time around it’s going to be every man for yourself.
See you there!

Check this website for the location / timeframe details:


13 responses to “Race of Gentleman – Beach Races”

  1. Dan says:

    Last year was awesome, looking forwards to this one too. If anyone is up for an earlier beach trip the ‘High Seas, Open Roads’ helmet art show is in Asbury Park this Sat (9/7)

  2. Nick says:

    Can you sleep on the beach? Or is it best to get a room?

  3. Ed says:

    You can probably sleep on the beach.

  4. Keith says:

    Sleep? you mean party.

  5. Adam B. says:

    Looking forward to going to this one. Finally a free weekend. See yall there.

  6. Nick says:

    I guess I should rephrase. By sleep I mean pass out from partying and not be waken up by the wildwood police

  7. Ben says:

    @Nick, I have the same question. Can we crash on the beach without being kicked in the stomach at 4:00 am by the police?

    Anyone plan on leaving Philly around 3:30 or 4:00 on Saturday? Thats when Im heading out and anyone is welcome to join…except Alex of course.

  8. Quinn says:

    Dear @Ben,

    Fuck you.



  9. John Giordano says:

    Chicken Backs

  10. John Giordano says:

    Im probably going to leave here about 330 or so on the Bonnie – Im taking 55 to 49 and 49 crosses into Wildwood. Way better than GSP.

  11. Ben says:

    @John Giordano- Im leaving tomorrow at 3 or 4 as well. Wanna leave together?

  12. Pavel says:

    @ Ben- I’m also planning on riding down tomorrow. If u guys don’t mind if I join the group. Carbs were acting up last night couldn’t ride:( 2159082281

  13. Ben says:

    Sorry @Pavel, just saw this.

    Hope you made it down to the races!

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