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2011 ISDT Reunion Ride Photos - Coombs, Arkansas - Oct. 28-30th

view of the base camp from the road at the top of the hill

foot bridge over the creek behind the Razorback Riders club grounds

bike inspection after checking in with registration

photo of the impound on Saturday morning

another view of the impound - there were approx. 145 bikes in there.

the entrance to the impound - notice the frost on the ground

Teddy Landers (AHRMA Cross Country Coordinator) doing registration on Friday

Nelson McCullough (PA) standing in front of the entrance to the club grounds

The riders meeting on Saturday morning

the riders meeting on Saturday morning

Bill Ryburn getting ready to start his Penton 125 at the start line on Saturday.

A Penton 250 GS-6 covered in Frost on Saturday morning.

view of the starting line on Saturday morning.

Chicago Jerry (left) starting his Penton Jackpiner.

Teddy Landers (MO) getting ready to start his Penton at the line.

line of bikes along the road at the lunch stop on Saturday

riders at the lunch stop eating and socializing

Paul Danik (left) and Dwight Rudder (right), Mike Lewis (center)

POG members having a serious discussion at the lunch stop

Al Born (OH) on clean up duty at the lunch stop on Saturday

Art Busick (OH) giving a thumbs up - he was enjoying the ride and the lunch

L to R - Art Busick, John Penton, and Jack Penton resting on a stone wall

The ISDT Reunion Ride was held in the Ozark Mountains of North West Arkansas. The weather was perfect for riding and the scenery was fantastic with the trees showing off their fall colors.

Saturday's final special test at the MX track.

"Cowboy" Al Born and Guy Cooper (OK) at the banquet on Saturday

David Haines from South Africa, holding a special award presented to him.

The starting line on Sunday morning.

The end of the trail ride on Sunday morning had riders crossing the creek.

Bill Ryburn (Left) lined up with his class for the MX race on Sunday afternoon.

L to R - Nelson and his son Bob McCullough with their truck and trailer.