Want to know what Weekend Tours are all about? Check out the many stories written by OBS members about these tours on the Tour Tales page. Also, you can find some general information about our weekend tours here.
OBS also sponsors two or three weekend tours each year. These tours are open to all (no club membership required). Except as noted, these are no-fee tours. All of our weekend tours are in the state of Oklahoma. We enjoy seeing different parts of our beautiful state from the best possible vantage point, the seats of our favorite bikes.
Spring Fling Thing — April 30 – May 1, 2016
Location: Lake Arbuckle (near Sulphur, OK)
Contact: Gary Cannon firstname.lastname@example.org (405)354-8412
May Getaway — May 21-22, 2016
May Getaway 2016 will be a Kaw Lake near Ponca City, OK. We’ll be camping at Osage Cove Campgrounds, riding quiet country roads in Osage County, and having lunch in downtown Ponca City. Riders will also have the option to visit the Marland Mansion and Pioneer Woman Statue and museum.
Contact: John Wente email@example.com (405)354-2301
Fall Fling — October 8-9, 2016
Location: Okmulgee Lake State Park. Click here for more information and maps.
Contact: Debe Judah firstname.lastname@example.org (918)406-6597
Tour de Trees — October 22-23, 2016
This tour takes us to Lake Eufaula in eastern Oklahoma. As the name implies, this is somewhat of a fall foliage tour. The route circumnavigates the lake as it passes through the communities of Texanna, Porum Landing, Porum, Enterprise and Eufaula. Most riders pause for a treat at an ice cream shop in Eufaula near the end of the ride.
The tour begins and ends at the Dogwood Campground at Lake Eufaula State Park (click here to see a map of the park). Participants may camp (full hook-up sites available) or choose from nearby motels.
There is no fee for this tour. Maps and encouragement are provided.
John Wente–Home 405-354-2301 Work 405-954-4581 email@example.com
Click here for more information and map NOTE: Routes may change depending on road construction, etc.
Note to New Tour Participants
If you are a new participant on any of our tours, please let someone who seems to be in charge (or at least seems to be experienced) know. We want you to enjoy the tour, and we are ready and willing to help you do so. Route advice, riding companions, encouragement, mechanical assistance if it’s needed or any kind of information or assistance are all available to you from OBS members. Please don’t hesitate to ask! We want to help. Read general information about OBS tours here.