Here is Route Four of the PIT. This will be a run through what we consider the “East Coast” (Everything east of the Rockies). I will be doing all the campers in one swoop through Just about the entire east and back. We are talking at least 10,000 miles of driving. Currently we are waiting on an ETA for materials before I can plan an exact departure date but will update everyone VIA email and the forum as soon as I know.
The Route can be found here:
Number of campers: 50-60
Leg one start date: TBD
Leg two start date: TBD
I will be sending out feeler emails soon but if any of you in those very very outlying citis or towns have the ability to travel at all let me know, I will try to make this trip as easy as possible on everyone to include myself.
For the TX guys, I just added a stop in Austin for all of you more central (Dallas, Houston, Etc.) Please let me know if that will not work for you. You are the only real cluster I have other than around Atlanta so it would be nice to do the campers in one spot.
For all of you around Atlanta I also lumped you into Atlanta for the same reason.
I’m in New Jersey, so I can meet you on the second leg anywhere in NJ or with in a few hours. I saw a pin in Montclair, NJ, that’s fine by me.
I’ll also echo the question from above about the awning mounts… I have 2 that need to be swapped out.
And if you want a place to crash or get a shower or something you’re more than welcome to stop at my house. I’m about 5 minutes from the Atlantic Ocean (10 minute bike ride) if you want to see the beach. There’s also some mountain biking in hartshorne park in Atlantic highlands. It’s a nice spot and actually has a view of the ocean and New York City. But is also the best riding with elevation change anywhere along the coast of NJ.
If you’re into downhill mountain biking, mountain creek bike park in Vernon, NJ is good.
Since you also have a pin in enosburg, VT… you should check out the north east kingdom of VT. There is some really good riding up there. Google “Kingdom trails” and I think you should find a lot of info.
In regards to this I am one of those in the outlying cities. I could definitely travel west into the MN east side to make it easier on you. So long as you have a place that would work for repairs. Thanks!