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RON DEE VOO at Summit Point

The ISOK Summit Point Sidecar RON DEE VOO
,AKA RON DEE VOO VII will be held at Summit Point Raceway in W.Va. August
The RON DEE VOO will be inconjunction with the CCS motorcycle races and the
sidecar races held at that time.
On site camping is included in the entry fee. There are also on site REST ROOMS
,showers, soo vin ear stand and a concession stand. There is shade there too!
Motels etc are not far from the track if some do not wish to camp. Restaurants
are also nearby.
This is a come as you are no frills , no pins, no patches informal event this
year. If you don't have fun it is your own fault...
See ya there.

A half dozen or more of us are staying here.


Oh Brother! How did I ever forget about this?! 🙁
I've never been to a "Sidecar Race" in person, and just love the "team" aspect of Driver and Monkey!
Hmmm, maybe I can still swing it, with some work on my schedule.....


This original thread was for the Summit Point races in 2011, that is why the dates don't agree. Here is the information for 2014.


August 22 – 25, 2014 – Summit Point Sidecar RON DEE VOO. A number of members of the Internet Sidecar Owners Klub, the High Performance Sidecar Club, the United Sidecar Association, Adventure Rider, and others, have attended this event in the past, first as an organized event known as the ISOK Ron-Dee-Voo, and most recently as an unorganized gathering of like minded sidecarists. It has been a lot of fun to say the least. In the past, some have camped or RV’ed at the race track and some have stayed at the Econo Lodge Motel and others in Winchester, Virginia and the surrounding towns.

Members attending have been known to arrive Friday afternoon and leave Monday morning. This is not an organized official rally of any sort, it is just an opportunity to have a good time hanging out with a bunch of sidecar people and support the sidecar racers and what they do. If you have never seen sidecar racing, you’re in for a real treat. If the conditions are favorable, the street legal sidecars have been given the opportunity to do a parade lap on the track as well.

Some sidecarists even come earlier and stay later to take in the attractions in the area. For example visiting the historic areas of Charles Town, WV,+WV&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=VAX5UsvHH4bH0QGzn4CgCQ&ved=0CAoQ_AUoAg&biw=1527&bih=876 , Harpers Ferry, WV,+WV&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=5AP5Uq7iOuTq0wGoloGwAQ&ved=0CAgQ_AUoAg&biw=1527&bih=876 , Front Royal, VA , etc.

Some scenic drives in the area are: , , , .

For more information, watch for posts on this event at the following Websites. , , , .