Ride to Miami Brewing Co. to Black Point and All Around South Florida

This ride was truly a great time. We did it on April 9th, 2017 and I’m just now getting around to talking about it and putting together some of the footage we took. Rob and I met on April 9th but we didn’t become official until April 20th so we say our anniversary is on the 20th but we kinda celebrate both days! I would say this ride was pretty romantic since it was just the two of us. Rob was on his Harley and I was on the Triumph. This was the last ride we went on before I sold my bike. I will probably get another bike one day soon but for now I’m on the back of Rob’s Harley.


Our first stop on this ride was to Miccosukee Resort for the breakfast buffet.

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Our next stop was at the Miami Brewing Co./Schnebly Winery for one beer and a tour around the brewery and winery. It was a very beautiful place. The beer was good but we were riding our motorcycles and didn’t want to drink anymore so we didn’t try any wine this trip. We are planning a trip back there soon.

We made a quick stop at the Homestead-Miami Speedway but it was $20 to park then we had to pay to get in and I wasn’t that interested so we moved on to the next stop.

Next we went to Black Point Ocean Grill for a snack and a cocktail. It was packed and the band was cute. They were an older couple doing covers of a lot of new music. There were a lot of bikes parked out there. Very popular place for bikers from what I hear.

Finally, our last stop was Matheson Hammock Park. Very beautiful place with amazing views of Miami and Stiltsville which is in Biscayne National Park.


We can’t wait to share our next adventure where we take a ride back down to Key Largo and take a introduction to sailing course to see if we like the lifestyle or not.

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2018 Dania Beach Vintage Motorcycle Show

Rob and I have been trying to go to this motorcycle show for years now and every time it comes around he has to work. This year he is working for a different company where he has the weekends off so we finally got the chance to go. It was a lot of fun. There were rows and rows and rows of vintage bikes! I might have been a little bias in my video (below) with Triumph because I used to have a Bonneville and I swear I wanted to buy all of them.

It was amazing to see how well kept these bikes were. The best part…they all run. After watching that Discovery Channel’s mini series Harley and the Davidsons, we really became more aware of the older Harley bikes and then seeing a 1915 that was in running condition was just amazing. The owner of the bike seemed a little upset when another gentleman asked if it ran. I just couldn’t believe it when he said yes. That bike is over 100 years old!

It was a nice little treat to see someone else start up his 1947 Harley for us. Watch it on the video below. There were tons of vendors and local dealerships showcasing the new bikes. All the way in the back of the park were a bunch of tables set up with people selling old bike parts and pretty neat second hand items. I scored a really cool pair of cowboy boots to use as decoration for my bridal shower.

If you are ever in the area next year and are even slightly into motorcycles we really recommend you check it out.

See you on our next adventure!

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