Coastal Cruisers Chapter of Brothers of the Third Wheel Tacoma,Washington
Coastal Cruisers Chapter of Brothers of the Third Wheel                                  Tacoma,Washington

Welcome to the Coastal Cruisers

We are a chapter of The Brothers of the Third Wheel, and our chapter consists of trike riders who enjoy riding together throughout the Puget Sound highways and byways. We meet once a week at The Homestead Restaurant 7837 South Tacoma Way each Thursday at 6:00pm to have a meal and discuss the coming events. On the first Thursday of each month, we celebrate birthdays for those members having a birthday that month. Birthday cake provided. We invite anyone interested in trikes to join us for fun and fellowship.

 

For more information, go to the Contact Page and let us know who you are. 

 

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The following are a few events coming up that we might want to attend. Some are not on our Ride Schedule but we will have been invited to join another group.  Check these out for your consideration.  We will be talking about them again at the meeting.

 

August 16th-19th, 2018 - PNW Regional Trike-in, Packwood, WA

 

This is a four-day event, August 16th – 19th. Located at Packwood, WA and is hosted by the Coastal Cruisers Chapter of the BTW. Events include rides, trike/bike show (see flyer on the left), trike games, drawings, 50/50, campfires, and more. Your registration fee includes 5 meals, 2 breakfast and 3 dinners. We have over 100 people registered and it’s not too late for you to join in the fun and fellowship.

 

 

August 25th, 2018 - Bay Center Oyster Plant, Willapa Bay, WA

Saturday, August 25th we will meet at the McDonald's near I-5 and SR-512. Come early for a cup of coffee or light breakfast. We will depart at 9:00am. This is a rather lengthy ride so we will have a couple of breaks on the way. Bay Center Farms was founded nearly four decades ago as Bay Center Mariculture Company for the purpose of producing oyster seed for the shellfish industry. After developing the techniques to raise bivalve larvae and culture their food, single celled algae, the company branched into the actual farming of oysters under the name Bay Center Farms. This was possible during the next six years through the purchase of two active oyster farms where the planting and harvesting of oysters had been practiced for over 100 years. Join us for an interesting history of oysters.

 

 

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