Thanks to Bill Haile or Others for the above photograph.
Entering Bayou Country
Original oil painting by Barbara LeJeuneBayou country is a beautiful place to live but as motorcyclists we have a special love for the bayous. That's because in flat South Louisiana, that's
where you'll find most of the best motorcycle roads: hugging the shores of a
twisting, turning bayou. So come in and enjoy, but watch out for the alligators!
PAST STARSNEW: Group Photos Added
ABOUT THE HSTA
|The Honda Sport Touring Association was founded by Dana Sawyer in 1982 following the introduction by Honda of the V45 Sabre Sport Tourer. Originally including only the Honda V-Four Sabre and Magna, the club has since been expanded to include all
brands of motorcycles and of any style deemed suitable by its owner for two
wheeled activities within the broad range of "SPORT" and "TOURING"
. We even welcome Goldwings and Harleys. The Louisiana Chapter has been in existence since October 1982 and is currently Co-Directed by Bob and Stacie Chappuis. We have an active core of members who get together for monthly lunch rides year round and to ride out to National and Regional Events all across the USA. In addition we host our own annual Regional event, held in early December and called "Cajun Christmas". Membership in the HSTA is established through the National organization. Click HERE for more information.
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SEPTEMBER LUNCH RIDE
Saturday September 29
MEET at 8:30 am at McDonalds in St. Francisville
RIDE at 9:00
LUNCH in Natchez at Pig Out Inn
INAUGURAL LAHSTA BONNIE & CLYDE RYDE
SATURDAY OCTOBER 13
MEET FOR LUNCH IN ARCADIA, LA
TIME & PLACE NOON, LUIGI'S RESTUARANT
RAILROAD AVE - DOWNTOWN ARCADIA, LA
South LA riders will meet at a place and time TBA or ride up on your own. After lunch we head South to the Bonnie & Clyde Trade Days location - we will stop here if there is interest. Then the route will continue south to Bryceland (Fast Timmy's hometown) and on to Gibsland -location of the Bonnie & Clyde ambush museum. Then south on to Mt. Lebanon and Hwy 154 east to the Ambush site marker. Then some more backroads to Driskill Mountain (highest pointt in LA at 536 ft) and some more of Fast Timmy's favorite twisties to Hico, LA and back to Arcadia.
The entire loop is a little over 100 miles. There will be more details the September newsletter and on HERE!
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|Louisiana Ferry Crossing
Schedule and Fees as of 04/20/01
Some crossings have limited schedules, check before you plan a trip