There hasn’t been a motorcycle hash in Tucson since January? Really? Hella lame, you ask me.
Well, we got our stuff together today, and we’ll try to do better from now on. Our goal is to have one mash a month, usually on the 4th Sunday. At the request of new member Missed a Spot, [...]
We have a couple of woman riders in our group, by which I mean women who ride their own motorcycles, but we’ve never actually seen them on their own bikes. By way of encouraging them I sent links to a cool web site run by women riders, along with a notice about today’s ride, promising [...]
Not a scheduled Harriers MCH3 mash, but Harriers MCH3ers riding, which doesn’t happen nearly enough and is always worth a short post and a couple of photos.
Two of our Tucson chapter members, Half Hash and Hasidick, can’t make our scheduled monthly mashes on the 4th Sunday, but they were able to ride yesterday so [...]
After taking the hot summer months off, Harriers MCH3 (Tucson Chapter) is back on the road.
Flying Booger, Steady Teddy, Wankers Aweigh, Humpin’ One Dalmatian, Hot Legs (seated as befits her highness)
A small pack met at a coffee shop in northeast Tucson for a ride led by Flying Booger. We followed the Old [...]
Note: it’s been so long since I posted a mash trash I figure I’d better remind hashers that a mash is a motorcycle hash.
I don’t know why, but it feels like we missed a couple of monthly Harriers MCH3 mashes. Oh, right … we did miss a couple of monthly Harriers MCH3 mashes! No [...]
L to R: Wankers, Hot Legs, Master Meat Finder, Gaysian, Flying Booger (photo by Humpin')
Harriers MCH3 broke a longstanding tradition by meeting at a restaurant that was actually open for business, the Hungry Rooster on the east side. Everyone arrived early and took advantage of the unexpected openness by going inside for breakfast [...]
Only three of us showed up at Bobo’s on Grant this morning, but we had a great ride to Kitt Peak and back. I kept my camera where I could get to it, and actually managed to get a few on-the-road shots. Humpin’, who led the ride, pointed out wildlife as we rode, but I [...]
If a hash is a hash and a bicycle hash is a bash, what’s a motorcycle hash? Easy: a mash. Be it known by these presents, henceforth and in perpetuity: a motorcycle hash is a mash.
So here’s the trash about today’s mash in Tucson, Arizona!
Members of the Harriers MCH3 assembled bright & early [...]