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September 6th -10th 2023
WWW is a 5-day adventure motorcycle rally held in Nelsonville, Ohio. Come enjoy hairpin twisties and scenic country roads through Hocking Hills State Park on Ohio's Windy 9. There are 130 miles of challenging trails through Wayne National Forest and endless miles of county gravel roads.
Whatever your style of riding, you will find it at Wailin Wayne Weekend.
10th Anniversary with The Menus
Ohio's Favorite Band - The Menus will have you up on your feet for Wailin Wayne's 10th Anniversary. The Menus are known for the kicks and splits on the stage and the wild customs worn by the lead singer. Singing everything from Duran Duran to Elvis and David Bowie to Santana, a night with The Menus is a night well spent.
Where Is WWW
Wailin Wayne Is Located On Hocking College Campus
RALLY LOCATION - Wailin Wayne Weekend has a new location… We have come a long way since our first WWW rally when we had 12 people, we were the Dirty Dozen.
The new location has over 25 acres of camping space, which dozens of sites with power & water… WWW will be held directly across from
Besides GREAT Riding There Are LOTS Of Other Things To Do At WWW
You Will Be Able To Enjoy...
Horseback Riding — Kayaking — Seminars — Hocking Hills Scenic Train Ride — Massage Therapy Session — Rock Climbing Wall — Local Nature Preserve Center Tour — Military Museum Tour — Electric Bike Demos — Guided Hocking Hills Road Rides — Guided Hocking Hills County/Gravel Road Rides — Guided Ohio's Windy 9 Rides - Wayne's World Land Navigation Contest - Windy 9 Scavenger Hunt
The Triple Nickel &
Ohio's Windy 9
Want to do some Road Riding at WWW… Southeastern Ohio has the BEST riding in the state.
Some riders believe The Triple Nickel
(Rt 555) is a better riding experience than the famous Tail Of The Dragon.
Ohio’s Windy 9 is a collection of nine routes (each approximately 75-110 miles) comprising nearly 1,000 miles of well-maintained roads in southeastern Ohio.
From Host: Chad Warner
I bought my BMW R1200 GSA in March of 2014... It was my attempt to combine my old Motocross Racing days back in high school to my love of riding on the best twisty country roads I could find on my Harley... I would take my GSA to our first rally together that same month, the March Moto Madness rally in Tellico Plains TN.