Okanagan Riders enjoy fourth annual BBQ at Krankin’ Vintage

The group has been making this ride for the past four years.

Bill Tarras

Bill Tarras

Forty-eight members of the Okanagan Motorcycle Association enjoyed the annual “Bill’s Ride to Princeton” trek, from Penticton on Saturday.

The group has been making this ride for the past four years enjoying the scenic views and a barbecue lunch at Krankin’ Vintage Restoration on Bridge Street.

Randy Folk, owner of Krankin’ met Ken Lakusta (whom he now calls adopted Dad) and Bill Tarras during the Peach City Cruise in Penticton about five years ago and the three became fast friends. The first invitation to lunch in Princeton turned into a yearly tradition.

The Okanagan Motorcycle Association is made up of people who enjoy riding and promote the common goal of safe riding and camaraderie among riders. They are dedicated to serving their communities and support various organizations. For information visit okanaganmotorcycleriders.com