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.
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.
June 24, 2017 - Cougar Mt. Zoo - Issaquah
On Saturday, June 24th 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 8:30am. We will join the North Sound Threedom Riders at the Cougar Mt. Zoo. Cougar Mountain Zoo is a zoological garden located in Issaquah, Washington, on the north slope of Cougar Mountain. It was founded in 1972 by Peter and Marcie Rittler and covers 8-acre (3.2 ha). The zoo is open for general admission Wednesday through Sunday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. January through November. The zoo offers a glimpse at many endangered species, including many endangered birds from around the world and small lemurs from Madagascar. The highlight of the zoo for many observers are the cougars, named Miksa, Kiera and Tika. The cougars are provided enrichment on a near-daily basis, which consists of a stimulant to keep them active mentally and physically. The zoo currently specializes in ten "worlds" of animals including: cougars, lemurs, cranes, reindeer, macaws, wallabies, ratites, and camelids.
On June 16, 2007, another world was added to the list, when the zoo welcomed two male tiger cubs. Named Taj and Almos, at that time they were the only Bengal tigers in Washington State. Two more Bengal cubs joined the zoo in 2009. Watch Bagheera the tiger's first swim.
The tenth world was added in 2016 when a pack of four male gray wolves joined the zoo. Their names are Duna (gray), Kalman (gray), Tisza (white) and Huszka (black).
Additional exhibits include Magnani Nature Gallery, featuring paintings sculptures and craft; Wildlife Tracks Library, Wildlife Museum featuring collection of wildlife and paraphernalia and a collection of bronze animal statues throughout the zoo. For Admission Fee and other information, click here and visit their website.
July 13-16 2017
BTW Nat'l Trike IN, Dodge City, KS
August 17-20 2017