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ters At The Lake, Lake Road 54-29, Osage Beach, Mo. 573-348-1177. George Rossi and Tammy Horst are the pros that keep Tirebiter’s a fa- vorite of riders around the lake. They’re open seven days a week with daily food and drink specials. On weekends breakfast is served from 9 to noon, there is a deck and fish pond to help you relax, pool, darts, sports on TV and peanut shells on the floor, (I’m glad they aren’t wal- nuts). I’m here for the full menu of great food and drinks and to meet a few friends for a ride in this beautiful countryside. One more drink and we’ll go, okay? That was a well deserved weekend at the lake and a couple of days


of rest to prime me for Wednesday Bike Night. Tonight I spent a little more time in the wind, heading down I-35 to Ottawa, Ks., I could have ridden to Lawrence then straight down Highway 59 to Ottawa, turned onto Highway 169 right there between Marty St. and Overland Park Drive is my destination; Drivers Sports Café at 222 East Logan, Ottawa, Ks. 620-481-9180. Bob, the owner, put in his ad that this place is Kansas’ best kept secret, I’ve got to tell you, Bob, someone’s been talk- ing out of school. The parking lot is full of scooters; the upper deck is packed with people watching the kaleidoscope of motorcycles, leather and lace below, and those decks are big. Speaking of big, did you see the size of that burger? They’re half price on Sunday, I’ll bet it’s as tasty as the smoked ribs I had Saturday night. The 16 ounce rib eye is Fri- day’s special and it must be from one of those holy cows because it tasted like heaven. Drivers has a full menu of this tasty fare and a fully stocked bar to complement it, indoor/outdoor dining and a Confer- ence/Banquet Room if you need a lot of space for your party. Bob be- lieves that if it isn’t raining you should be riding, so, even though Wednesday is officially Bike Night you and your bug-splattered broth- ers are welcome every night. This is a real nice ride to and from the city and that’s what Bike Night is all about.


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