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Editorz Notez May is finally here and so is the beautiful weather! This time of year is one of my favorite times of the year to ride. Everything is in bloom, the sun sets later, and rides and rallies are ramping up!

Happy Mother’ Mother’s Day

Only drawback to this time of year in the South is the pollen. I think that is a season all to itself...right between Spring and Summer! With that being said, please let us know of your biker events coming up. We will be glad to include in our “EVENTZ” section of the magazine and on all of our social media platforms. BB is distributed in NC, SC & VA in hard copy! Plus, our virtual or E-magazine is read all over the world for FREE. On the cover of this issue is Cruisin’ The Coast Rally in South Carolina! Check out pages 24 & 25 for more info. Events and rides happening all up and down the Grand Strand, N. Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet and Charleston! Please visit and support our advertisers. Check them out. Share the love. All of our advertisers are biker friendly and many ride. We are all suffering because of this China virus. Let’s support one another! You can find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/BehindBarzMag and we are also on Twitter and Instagram. God Bless each of you and your family! Happy Mother’s Day to all the Super Moms out there! Happy Father’s Day to all the Super Dads, as well! See you out on the road, Livin’ The Life...Behind Barz!


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Cruisin’ The Coast Rally

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Proud American Bikers page 34

In this issue Couples...........8 Angela Wolfe......10 Women Who Live Life...14 The Motorealtor..........18 Sorez....................19 RCA.......................20-21 Cruisin’ The Coast...24-25 Rememberance.........30-31 Portraits For Vets........35 Biker Friendly Bus.....38-39

Photo: Michelle Nelson Honeycutt

in every issue Future Bikerz......9 Women who Live......14 Men Who Live...............15 BB Petz............16-17 Bullwinkle Chronicles....26-27 From the Mind of Big Ed...32-33 By: Big Ed

Proud American Bikers....34 The Good Newz...............36 EVENTZ........................42-45 BB Sticker Winnerz.......46

nc packs4 patriots Support Our Local Heroes

We are a nonprofit organization formed with the mission to support troops and their family members by providing care and comfort items and expressions of appreciation for their service and sacrifices.

Photo left & below: We enjoy seeing the smiling faces of those we serve!

Packing care packages for deployed troops is a way to show your support and appreciation for the service and sacrifices by our military members. We also provide support for troops at home, their families and veterans. We have had a very busy year, while working through the challenges of Covid. Some of the challenges include losing the support of organizations who traditionally support us with fundraisers. We had to stop volunteer groups due to our small space which put more work on our team of volunteers who worked singularly or in small teams. We met these challenges while supporting troops through deployments, quarantines, homeland activations. We continued with support from caring volunteers and donors who want our troops to know that America cares about and appreciates their service. We will be posting our yearly statistics soon. Please continue to support our troops by: ~ order needed items from our Amazon list ~ support us with financial donations for postage ~ send cards and letters of support Ideas: Order items from Amazon, assemble goody bags with 6-8 items in a sandwich or party bag, add signed cards. Make as many as your family, church or bike group can help with! Make financial contributions for postage. Groups are welcome to setup GoFund me pages for postage. Our financial donations have dropped significantly and monetary donations for postage is our greatest need. Please don’t forget our military members who are serving away from home and family this year. Thank you!


Photo left: We are proud to support our troops by partnering with chaplains, SFRG leaders, etc. This is a delivery of Christmas goodies to 300 soldiers!

Photo above: Big thank you to East Carolina University AFROTC ECU Det 600 for a day of service! Photo right: A big thank you to Will for these great snack goody bags! We love the original artwork!

Photo above: Big big thank you to Cara who visited the Coppers Fire and EMS Elm City NC to ask for donations for Girl Scouts Operation Cookie Drop. $200 was donated to be used to purchase Girl Scout Cookies! Photos left and below: Smiles brought to you courtesy of Girl Scout cookies! We are distributing them now.

Troops who are deployed and have a confirmed address are welcome to request care packages! Send name, address, and stop mail date to us by email to ncp4p@yahoo.com - information is only used for mailing labels and kept secure. You can also ask for special requests or needs and we will try to fill those. We ask that you let us know when packages arrive.

We need you to join our team to support our local heroes in 2021! Please email or call us for more info. Thank you very much for your continued support!

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Ride - A - Wish at Myrtle Beach Harley-Davidson

Ladies and Gentlemen! Here it is! The Ride-A-Wish Event on March 6th, generated $3,894! To some, this may look like a check, but to a local Make-A-Wish child, this is a magical rectangle that will part take in making a very important wish come true. We would like to take a moment to acknowledge all of those who participated in Ride-A-Wish. This wouldn’t have been possible without your support and contributions. A million thanks to... Make-A-Wish South Carolina iHeartRadio Gator 107.9 Myrtle Beach Harley-Davidson Low Country Harley-Davidson Steelhorse Law J & J Air Buzzs Roost AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, TO ALL OF OUR LOCAL RIDERS!!! May the winds continue to blow you in the right direction.

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Angela Wolfe Tattoos would like to introduce and welcome Chris Worley. He’s a 14 year veteran tattoo artist, who has recently started working with Angela in Wake Forest, NC. He is originally from Port Charlotte, a quiet little port town off the southwest gulf coast of Florida. He specializes in American Traditional tattoos, but loves trying new styles and interpreting people’s ideas into body art. He loves the outdoors and nature…from fishing and hiking to simply observing for references to use in paintings and art. He’s very down to earth and fits right into the laid back environment at Angela Wolfe’s Tattoo Studios.

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Bracey, VA

THE MOTOREALTOR homes, many are left frustrated and usually back at square one after each small glimpse at home ownership. Enter our two wheeled, dare we say it, Hero? Opportunist? Daniel would say he’s not overly concerned with what you would call him....as long as you call him. With power sports sales up 18% in 2020, according to Roadracingworld.com, its safe to say that most riders were looking for an outlet. After being cooped up in your home under quarantine for most of the year even your most tame rider is itching to tear up a road or two. While you’re out getting some fresh air, why not tour the area and see what new construction homes are available? When Daniel asked this question he found the answer to be a roar of horse power and rubber that could not be ignored.The MotoRealtor soon found himself the leader of a continuous chain of new construction rides with motorcyclists that were both willing and able to purchase homes and chomping at the bit to eat up as much asphalt as possible along the way.

FREDERICKSBURG, VA The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his playJames A. Michener. Calling himself the “MotoRealtor” Daniel Almodovar of EXP Realty in Fredericksburg, VA is definitely blending his two passions, Motorcycles and Real Estate. When riding a Suzuki Hayabusa that was specifically built to easily “socially distance” other sport bikes, there is only one way to show a house.......quickly!

When asked about his love of motorcycles Daniel said, “There’s just something about the connection to the road and world around you when you’re riding. It can be calming, exciting, and terrifying all within the same stretch of road. It’s not for everyone, but for those of us that embrace and appreciate motorcycles its an unbreakable bond that transcends most socio-economic barriers. There’s a lot to be said about something with that kind of power.”

In a post Covid-19 world, normal is a word that has been removed from most of our vocabularies. Change has been the only constant and the ability to adapt quickly has been a requirement for any and all entrepenuaers in today’s world. The current housing market has seen a flood of qualified buyers thanks to historically low mortgage rates. Coupled with a fraction of the inventory of homes normally seen on the market, this has made a seller’s market of epic proportions. Any house that would usually be picked last in any recess game of dodge ball is suddenly swept up into a feeding frenzy of offers for ten to twenty thousand dollars over asking price. If you build it, they will come. New construction homes have emerged as an oasis of consistent timelines and a predictable housing source for many battle weary home buyers. After exhausting themselves attempting to outbid each other on less then desirable



HONOR AND GLORY by sorez the scribe We shall never forget those who paid the price Men and women who took on the ultimate sacrifice owning our debt of freedom with their lives As well as those who never really came home Existing in the midst of honor and sorrows Living with memories that cannot be erased Does not matter how many years or miles go by They are not and will not ever be very far From our hearts in our minds and a part of us And when there is another soul that departs The send-off is done with the deepest of respect Earned and deserved With integrity and dignity Carried out with the utmost regard for the fallen honor guard of brothers two by two side by side In a procession of bikes that goes on for miles Then Silence deafens the moments with sorrow Brother’s Heads bowed as rifles point to the sky Family honored by the depth of gratitude shown A memory that will forever live on and onward In the hearts and minds of all those attending especially the children who knew their loved one Close enough to hug have come to the realization That The one who has touched their hearts deep shall never be forgotten by others as well As their grandpa journeys honor and glory bound


Raleigh Clayton A 'Davis Ride'

Even the cold weather didn’t deter Raleigh Clayton Area Riders from hosting rides this Winter. There have been numerous planned rides in the last couple of months. We’ve been to Myrtle Beach, Buckhorn Reservoir and Wilmington just to mention a few. But one of our most recent favorites was our ‘Davis Ride’. On Sunday March 21st one of our members, Kara Judd Prater organized a ride for nineteen year old Davis Teitelbaum. This was actually the 2nd time RCA went out to visit Davis. A smaller group went out and visited with him back in November of last year. Davis got photos with each bike/biker and thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon. We would have to describe the most recent ride for Davis

as a ‘Step Above’. With the help of James Williams (Willie/Pops) Davis actually got to ride with us. Davis graduated from Holly Springs High School in 2020. He has multiple medical conditions including; arthrogryposis, polymicrogyria, Dandy Walker syndrome, a seizure disorder, perisylvian syndrome, osteopenia and a moderate intellectual disability. It’s undeniable that Davis and his family are faced with daily challenges. So planning to have Davis ride with us required some organizing and strategic planning due to his medical conditions. The Davis Ride was a HUGE success! Davis was waiting in his driveway with his family as he heard the rumble of 23 motorcycles turn into his

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Area Riders - RCA neighborhood and park in front of his home. He was gifted an RCA T-shirt, a Harley Davidson T-shirt, stickers and a Gremlin Bell for his wheelchair. After a little visiting, he was carefully transitioned and secured for safety into the passenger seat of Willie/Pops HarleyDavidson Tri-Glide. Davis had expressed he wanted to go to Starbucks and that’s exactly where we went via mostly back roads of course. Davis’ caretaker followed us in their van. When it was time to head back to his house, he was asked if he needed to ride in the van and he was absolutely against that idea.

The only way he was going back home was with the rest of RCA, in the wind. It wasn’t any ordinary Sunday afternoon that day. It was an Extra Special Day spent with Davis and that big smile of his was the center of attention the entire time. Willie/Pops said it best that day, “We Could All Learn From Davis”. Yes Pops...we sure could.

Raleigh Clayton Area Riders (RCA) is a group of people who have one passion in common, To Ride Motorcycles. Now with more than 900 members, this Facebook Community was first started on July 21, 2020 by Greg Toback and co-founder, Dan McCormick.



The Bullw Chron

By: Bob Seymour After a few months of being broke and stuck on the east coast and at my son’s place near Atlanta I’m finally on the road again doing what I love most. I’ve only been on the road for 5 days but I’ve done more ministry in those few days than I have in a month and I believe that’s just the beginning of what is gonna be a busy and productive summer. I wasn’t very confident that I would be able to continue to travel and minister because of my very limited resources but my God had a plan to get me back out on the highway that I never saw coming. I had been praying for a way to travel more efficiently because it normally costs about a hundred dollars a day and on my income I could only do 7-9 days. I knew in my spirit that God was doing something but I had no idea what it was until a couple weeks ago when He finalized the sale of my house to my daughter-in-law which was something I’ve been trying to get done for over 6 years. Even though I lost several thousand dollars in equity I still managed to have enough money to make some upgrades to Bullwinkle and to pay off some debts. While I was praying about how to use the money I had left a thought went through my mind to see if I could find a decent used pop-up camper to pull with Bullwinkle so I started to do a little research on them. It didn’t take long for me to realize that I didn’t know what I was looking for and I didn’t have a clue what a fair price for one was. I was praying about what to do when when a very good friends face came into my mind so I decided to message him to see if he had any advice about what to look for and what to avoid in a scooter trailer. I don’t think it took the brother I asked for advice more than five minutes to respond to my questions and his response caught me completely off guard. He said something like “Absolutely brother, you put a hitch on Bullwinkle and my wife and I will set you up!” I didn’t know what he meant by that and before I could ask him his wife sent me a link to a demo video of a pop-up camper for a scooter and she said that they had one they didn’t use anymore and they wanted me to have it.


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I was hesitant about receiving it from them but they assured me that they didn’t use it anymore and that they wanted help me be able to continue with my ministry in the scooter world so I accepted their offer and had a trailer hitch installed. When everything I needed to have installed on Bullwinkle was ordered I had a brother take me to pick up the camper and take it back to my son’s place near Atlanta. All the work I wanted done was finished last weekend so I loaded up the trailer with everything I own and pulled out of Atlanta early Monday morning and headed to a friends place in Scottsburg, Indiana. I’d be less than truthful if I said I wasn’t a little concerned about pulling a trailer behind my scooter but I refused to let the uncertainty in my mind keep me from trying. Because I had absolutely no experience towing a trailer I decided to stay off the interstate and take secondary roads as much as I could. The routes I took went through some of the most beautiful scenery in the mountains of north Georgia, Tennessee and Kentucky. It was a picture perfect day to travel and though there was virtually no traffic 99% of the way it was a slow ride, it took me almost 12 hours to go 425 miles. Part of the reason it took so long was because I’m out of shape from being out of the saddle for so long and I was concerned about pushing Bullwinkle too hard in the mountains because he has 140,000+ miles on him. When I started out I was really worried because there was a very noticeable difference in the way Bullwinkle sounded. Because he sounded like he was working too hard I rolled back on the throttle, went down a gear and started praying for God to have mercy and keep him from blowing up on me in the middle of nowhere. After praying and sweating bullets about how hard pulling the trailer sounded like it was on Bullwinkle it hit me why he was sounding so loud.

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nicles Road Again I have Vance and Hines Longshots on Bullwinkle and the end of the pipes are under and behind the saddlebags so I’ve never really heard the full throated sound of his engine before hooking up to the camper. I was relieved and at the same time feeling a little dumb when I realized that the reason he sounded so different was that the exhaust was echoing off the trailer. When I figured out the issue I laughed at myself, thanked God for answering my prayers so fast and I twisted the throttle a little more and went back to using 6th gear....

I’m not sure exactly when I will be leaving Scottsburg and heading west but if anyone happens to see me pulling “Natasha” behind Bullwinkle or if you see I’m coming close to where you are please don’t hesitate to reach out to me on Facebook because if possible I would love to stop and meet for coffee, a meal or whatever.

I’m looking forward to what the Lord has in store for what is possibly the last chapter of what has been an epic journey through tragedy to find and reestablish the God ordained vision and purpose for my life here on this earth….

I have been humbled a thousand times over by the way God has provided for my needs through the people He has connected me with across the country and this latest provision is more than a blessing, it’s a huge encouragement that I am doing something right. I have no doubt that it is God’s will for me to be out on the highways and byways meeting new people and sharing the good news that there is a loving God who desperately wants a relationship with everyone and this trailer is going to open new doors for me to fulfill the call on my life to minister to those who are lost or feel like they have been rejected by God and the Church. Because I’m over 65 I have a senior pass that gets me into all the national parks for free and gives me a discount on camping in them which will put me in a position to meet and share my testimony of God’s grace and favor with a lot more people from virtually every segment of society. The desire God has put in my heart to love people where they are continues to grow stronger as the days go by and the opportunities to express His love for the lost and lonely are only going to increase because of my friends response to the Spirit of God prompting them to give me their camper.

Bob Seymour 607-972-5047 bseymour75@gmail.com facebook.com/pvt1st


9th Annual Kenly 95 East Coast Truckers Jamboree & Truck Show, May 6th-8th. Free Concert 7pm, Thursday May 6th, “The Embers” (Beach & R&B). Friday 6pm, May 7th “On the Border” (Eagles Tribute Band). Fire Works 9pm Friday Night followed by the “Lights at Night Truck Contest.”



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Hubby got cancer 6 years ago. Then we promised ourselves a trike. One day is one day, we said. Life went on, but the dream was always there. August 2020 the cancer came back and the Oncologist said it was a monster. Chemo and radiation again. This time, we did it - we sold our caravan and bought the trike. Loving every moment. If life gets hard, go ride. ~Madeleine De Villiers

Let us know how or why you are Livin' The Life We would love to hear your story! You can email us or send us a message on facebook: behindbarzmm@suddenlink.net www.facebook.com/BehindBarzMag No matter what...keep Livin’ The Life Behind Barz! ~Doobie



REMEMBRANCE on the RIVER is a yearly event held on the banks of the beautiful Roanoke River. Our mission is to give Honor to our War Heroes and to tell the story and ensure all citizens understand the history and the importance of the service to God and Country that every service member provides. This inspiring event’s two primary founders are the NC AMVETS Service Foundation, a 501(C) (3) charitable organization, and Bruce Tyler, a combat veteran and local business owner of Weldon Mills Distillery. REMEMBRANCE on the RIVER 2021 will include North Carolina Vietnam Traveling Wall, owned and built by AMVETS Post 906 in South Port, NC; John Dixon Vietnam Historic Display.-, and our Field of Flags. All Memorials and Displays will be open Thursday May 27- Sunday May 30 and are free to the public. Our very own, Bruce Tyler, US Army Retired, served 27 years in the Active Army, Reserves, and NC National Guard. He enlisted as a Combat Arms Soldier, was commissioned as a Military Police Officer and subsequently, a JAG Officer. Bruce and his Buddy Michael Hinderliter, started Weldon Mills Distillery, specifically Soldier’s Cut Bourbon, with a goal of raising funds for Gold Star Families.

This project is very important to Bruce, as his sister became a Gold Star Widow after her husband and his Blackhawk crew were shot down in Afghanistan. Bruce has been riding motorcycles since the age of 5 and will join the “Ride to Remember” riders for their last stretch into Weldon on Thursday, May 27th. Ride to Remember, Bruce Tyler, along with a group of AMVETS Ryders from Florida are estimating to arrive somewhere around 11:00 that morning at Riverfalls Park in Weldon, for anyone that may want to be present and show their support. We are also excited to announce that Weldon Mills Distillery will be offering tours and tastings. Their signature Soldier’s Cut Bourbon unveiled last year has been winning awards all across the board. This bourbon was created and is distilled right here in Weldon on the Roanoke River. NC AMVETS Service Foundation is a 501.3C Charitable Foundation. We are the charitable fundraising side of AMVETS.

This allows your donations to be non-taxable. We support many AMVETS programs such as JROTC, Americanism Youth Essay Contest, serving our veterans with trained Service officers to give professional support to access benefits and healthcare, community support and many other supports to our troops and veterans. We are following all recommended safety precautions and restrictions that are stil l in force due to COVID and ask that you adhere to these recommendations while on site for the event. We invite all to attend this unprecedented event in Northeastern NC and Southside Virginia. Come spend some time with us and then explore the rest of Halifax County NC. This event is FREE and offers a wide array of activities for your family, for Veterans, for children and is meant to show homage to our Fallen War Heroes, to our Gold Star families, to our Wounded Warriors and to the dedication of all who have served this country and each of us.




From The Mind of

Big Ed aka 2Timer

Hello My Happy People! The weather is perfect. Not a cloud in the sky. The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and my sinuses are screaming! I have a love/ hate relationship with spring. I love not having to drag around those damn leathers, But the pollen rips my nose and eyes a new one every time. I’m okay, I guess. I don’t mean to sound like a big baby. YES, I need a tissue, maybe the whole box. Me and the brothers from the club rode to our other Brothers from a different mother,Tuckahoe MC, for their annual Biker Olympics. The ride was fantastic and the games are always fun. I would name the list of events, but I’ll just leave that to those who have experienced it. I also would like to add, Unspoken Sons MC never leaves our second home empty handed after the events. I also want to add, thank you to my brothers of Tuckahoe MC. We always look forward to this every year. I love this shit man! Something about it. I’m definitely not casting a shadow on my solo riders, but there’s something about riding with a crew. I really can’t put it into words. I mean regular people come and go in your life. You meet someone at work, you may go swing a round of golf. Maybe hit a fishing hole somewhere, but when you become a brother in the MC world. It’s


different. I’ve never been in the military. I think highly of the men and women who serve. Especially with my Dad serving in Vietnam. I just think it’s the closest feeling I can get to the camaraderie. It’s no secret that riding motorcycles has you chasing the cloak of the reaper. You face death almost every single time you climb on to your sled, man. Yea…You can say that about cars and trucks, but you are in a cage, man. On that bike though, there is nothing between you and the pearly gates but a split second of opportunity for the reaper to make a sudden stop and you are in the reapers hands. That’s the thrill. The rush of burning down the road at 100 mph. Don’t you lie, you know have twisted the throttle back and caught that rush. To see the dotted line turn solid and feel that bike start to feel just a bit uneasy but you keep on digging for more. Hell son, I’m 44 years old and still taunt the devil sometimes. Not as much as I did in my early 20’s. I’ve got way too much live for now days, but once in a while. I twist that throttle back and can feel myself catching up to a set of wings and a halo HAHAHA! As I was saying about riding with a crew, it’s the best feeling in the world especially when you have been riding with your club long enough that you learn their moves and know where they are going long before the first signal light starts to blink. It’s all one motion like a engine with the timing set perfect. I don’t care where I’m at in the lineup. In the back catching the road grime or in the middle. Well, I do got to say there is something pretty cool about riding at the front of the pack. Something about knowing each one of your brothers riding your six has your back. I mean, it’s that way no matter where in the pack you are, but it’s a good feeling being in front. I especially dig it when you rolling in your home town. Unspoken Sons have made a 10 year mark. Sure, we are still young but we are now pretty known in our town. So when you are rolling up front, It just feels good to me. Call me strange, but I just dig it and another thing is, I see my prez in the same light as if my mother gave birth to him. Nasty, is a good man a great leader and he’s always thinking ahead. He’s honest and straight up no matter if it’s going to hurt your feelings. So yeah, I dig riding up front with him. He’s done a lot to build this club. He’s ate a lot of shit. He’s guarded this club and stood his ground to keep it. Some of the new guys only see what’s in front of them. Don’t know the balls it took to create this MC and what was laid at risk to keep it rolling. No it’s not a one man show, the brothers of the club kept it moving forward, but Nasty has poured his heart and soul in to it and I respect him for it. Just so you know, this is not some kiss ass words I’m spitting on this page. I’m not built like that, but as I’ve always heard growing up, ( Real knows real ) and there is a whole lot of real in Nasty. Even though the times are changing and the PC world is overflowing in to the MC world.


Big Ed... Nasty really keeps his focus on old school values and how old school bikers are supposed to be. Old school is a dying breed but a that’s why there’s a lot of flaky individuals who can’t make it. Too many cry babies and no real balls anymore. No real trust either. So when You meet someone real, be real and stay real. Well I’m going to jump off this black and white page and get to work. Got a lot going on with this start of spring and hitting the road. Time for a oil change and replacing the brakes. I will speak with yall again soon. Yall be safe out there and I’ll see you on the street Behind Barz

Big Ed / 2Timer


Proud American Bikers USA Are you a Proud American Biker? Silly question! Every biker I’ve ever met is a Proud American Biker! We live in the greatest country on earth where you can be anything you want to be, practice the religion of your choice, keep and bear arms, and ride your motorcycle through every state in this great land of the FREE! Let’s keep it that way! We’ve got to stand up for our rights and freedoms! Send us a photo of you Living The Life Behind Barz as a Proud American Biker (Please include the American flag in photo). You can send 1 or multiple to our email: behindbarzmm@ suddenlink.net or post directly to the Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ProudAmericanBikers Check out the website: ProudAmericanBikers.com to see photos and videos of other like-minded bikers in the USA!!!

Xander with his dad, Ulyses. He wants to be a Marine when he grows up!



Portraits for Vets By: Ray Schmitz

Ray Schmitz is creating Portraits For Vets...and he is doing it free of charge! Are you a veteran? Know of a veteran? They can be active duty or retired, male or female, living or not living, and any branch of the military. This is how it is going to work... You can nominate someone by going to www.facebook. com/BehindBarzMag and post a photo of your veteran you would like painted or you can also email a photo to behindbarzmm@suddenlink.net and we will post the photo for you. The photo with the most “likes” will win. Every issue of Behind Barz mag we will feature the winning veteran’s story and the painting of your veteran by Ray. The painting is yours to keep! Deadline for the July-Aug issue will be Saturday, 15 May 21. Votes or “likes” will be tallied after midnight on that date. Artist, Ray Schmitz, holding This is such an awesome gift provided by an amazing artist, Ray Schmitz! ...to give of his his latest painting of US Air time and talents for our US service member heroes and their families! Force veteran, Charles Sykes

Charles Sykes

US Air Force 1966 - 1970

Charles Sykes of Rocky Mount, N.C., enlisted in the USAF in 1966. After basic training at Lackland, AF Base in Texas, he went to Ellsworth Air Force Base near Rapid City, S.D. He was assigned to the the 821st Combat Defense Squadron as a security guard on the flight line. Then he went to missiles (same squadron) and was an escort driver. He escorted missiles, guidance systems for missiles, and nuclear war heads to the missile sites. These missile sites were built as a deterrent to a nuclear strike by the Soviet Union. He was given a top security clearance and worked in Wing Security Control as a COM Plotter. He served 3 years at Ellsworth. After Ellsworth, Sykes was sent to San Antonio, Texas for AZR School where he had weapons training and survival skills training. He was then sent to Udorn, Thailand during the Vietnam War and served with the 432nd Security Police Squadron Pacific Air Command.

Charles E. Sykes

While at Udorn his daughter became sick and at 8 months old needed surgery to remove a kidney. She had a 50/50 chance at survival. Sykes came back stateside on Emergency Leave. He asked to get re-assigned to Seymour Johnson in Goldsboro, N.C. because of his daughter’s health and was denied. He was soon flown back to Udorn, Thailand where he completed his assignment with the United States Air Force and was then honorably discharged. Charles Sykes is the father of Behind Barz Editor, Debbie “Doobie” Sykes.

Ray Schmitz is a self-taught artist who is able to capture the free wheeling spirit of a Texas cowboy or the majestic beauty of a flying eagle. He served 4 years in the US Air Force. He especially likes to work with “everyday people” who freely share the passion for their life’s moment, real or imagined, being illustrated. Ray is doing Portraits For Vets to shine a light on our countries vets, our heroes. There are many out there who have untold stories and many are bikers. Check out his website at: www.CANTEJAS.com Other examples of Ray’s work.



the good news! ”Be Aware” Being unaware of one’s surroundings requires a mind set aside from reality. I’ve been in that state of mind in my past, when I think back to those days I’m fully aware of how it all started. How can one be unaware of a passed unawareness? How it that possible?

Rodger Duvall ~ Jesus Freak Thee Redeemed House biker Church

If you skipped class or study before a test the answer to those questions is the test score you received, lol. Unawareness isn’t funny though. Have you ever heard or thought this saying? ...“ I didn’t see it coming “. That is usually spoken after something happens that one was not expecting to have happen. Being focused is defined as a Point of Concentration an adjustment for distinct Vision. I think you can see where I’m going with this... MAY IS MOTORCYCLE AWARENESS MONTH. I know I may be preaching to the choir, why should a biker read about MOTORCYCLE AWARENESS ?

“ He began to teach them , that the Son of Man must suffer many things , and be rejected of the Elders , Chief Priests ,and Scribes, and be killed,and after 3 days rise Again.” Mark 8:31 A conscious awareness will keep one focused on all that is happening and right now there is alot of deceptions happening. An oncoming collision with the destiny of this world is about to turn into our path . Believe, Trust Jesus’ Saving Grace. Did you see that coming?

Maybe we should look at this from all directions. Cage driving can allow for alot of distracted driving. Most riding is for living to ride and riding to live. We have to be in total consciousness of ourselves and everyone and everything around us . So, as much as bikers are aware of wheeled cages, cagers need to be in awareness of us! An experienced rider has heightened senses to all of his or her surroundings, and most likely you’ll never hear “I didn’t see it coming”. JESUS’ Disciples didn’t see His Crucifixion, Death, and Resurrection coming, even though Jesus foretold them.








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Due to the current situation many motorcycle events are being canceled unexpectedly or postponed. We are working to ensure events listed in Behind Barz Motorcycle Magazine are as up to date as possible. Please be sure to confirm the status of any & all events before making plans to attend by calling or emailing the event contact person listed with event.



Benefit Ride & Drive for Diane Fortenberry Shenanigan’s Taproom 27 Annette Dr. Ste 105 Reg. at 10am. Ride leaves at 11am. Return around 5pm. Riders/Drivers $20. Passengers $5. Meal provided for all participants. 50/50 raffle and poker chip game at each stop. More info: ride4mamad@gmail.com



John H. Enders Fire Company 1st Annual Poker Run 9 South Buckmarsh St. Reg. starts at 9am. First bike out at 10am. $25 per rider. $40 per couple. $10 each additional hand. Ride is about 85 miles through Clarke and Loudoun Counties. Riders must arive at all stops and be present to win. Raffles and prizes will be conducted at John H. Enders Fire Company at 3pm. Hosted by the Hogs and Heroes Foundation VA Chapter 3.



1st Annual Billy Memorial Ride Ride starts and ends at Raging Bull HD 300 Muldee St. Hosted by Sevenfold Veterans MC. Reg. 9:30am. Kickstands up at 11am. $20 per bike/$25 with passenger. Meal included with registration. 2 hotdogs with side, hamburger with side. For more info: www.ragingbullhd.com




KENLY, NC Biker Sunday

Hosted by Thee Redeemed House Biker Church 500 West Goldsboro St. 10:30am - 12:45pm. Music by Dave Wall and Remnant Worship. FREE LUNCH! This will also be the nationwide debut date of Dave’s new CD, “Go Out With My Boots On” More info: 919- 915-3934



Soulwinning Soulders Motorcycle Ministry Bike Blessing at River City Diner 11430 W. Huguenot Rd. Breakfast at 9am. Bike Blessing 10am. Celebratory Ride 10:30am. Please join us for our 1st Annual Blessing of The Bikes!



Shriner’s on Bikes Sporing Poker Run King’s Mountain American Legion 613 E. Gold St. Reg 12-12:45. Kickstands up 1pm. $20 per hand includes meal ticket. $10 per extra meal ticket. Ride ends at Red Fez Shrine Club 16600 Red Fez Club Rd. in Charlotte. For more info: RustyCarringer@gmail.com



Ride For Tomorrow Starts and ends at Raging Bull HD 300 Muldee St. $10 all vehicles. Reg 10am. Kickstands up 12 pm. Ride to Pik-N-Pig. All proceeds donated to Tricircle Inc. 919-596-9511


Help Thy Neighbor Poker Run Tart’s Groc. 3400 Benson Rd. Reg. 9:30am. $20 per bike. Plan B bar at 3pm. Vendors, raffles, 50/50, food. More info Betsy: 919-500-6475


Street Envy MC Columbia Chapter Hosts Motorcycle Wash at Pep Boys 2455 Decker Blvd. 12-3pm. Cars welcome! $10 trucks, $7 cars, $5 bikes. Food and drinks will be available for purchase.




15th Annual International Female Ride Day Hosted by Stilettos on Steel FRG Leaving from Tobacco Road HD in Raleigh, NC 7:45am... Carolina Coast HD in Wilmington, NC 8:00...Harley Shop at The Beach in N. Myrtle Beach, SC 9:00am...Thunder Tower HD in Columbia, SC 9:30...ariving at Black Jack HD in Columbia, SC 12 noon. Lunch destination at Shuler’s BBQ in Latta, SC. Contact: Tammy Rosman NC/SC State Coordinator tammy@stilettosonsteel.com



The Redeemed House Bike Show at the Kenly Petro East Coast Truckers Jamboree & Truck Show I-95 Exit 106 Reg. 10am-12pm. $10 entry per class. Judging starts at 12pm. Awards at 1;15pm. Free admission for spectators. See ad on page 28.

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Dice Poker Run American Legion Post 146 217 E. City Point Rd. Breakfast buffet 8am-11am. $8 - includes tea, soda, or coffee. Reg. 9am-11am. First participant out at 10am. Last participant back by noon. $20 per rider. $5 per passenger. $5 extra hand. Cash prizes. More info: Pat 804-712-6901



Rally Kickoff Party at The Sneaky Beagle Carolina Forest Blvd. 4pm-8pm Free food! Live music! Door prizes! Rally giveaways! More info: www.MyrtleBeachHarley.com 843-369-5555



Cruisin’ The Coast Spring Bike Week



Scenic Rally Sunset Cruise at The Wicked Tuna 4123 US-17 Bus 5:30pm-9pm $50 per ticket that include dinner, 2 drinks, scenic cruise, 30 minute open bar! With Myrtle Beach HD, Wicked Tuna, and Crazy Sister Marina. More info: www.MyrtleBeachHarley.com 843-369-5555



Grumpys Biker Breakfast at Harley Shop at The Beach 4002 US-17 9am-11am Catered by Eggs Up Grill! More info: 843-663-5555 www.harleyshopatthebeach.com

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American Legion Riders Post 72 Poker Run Starts and ends at American Legion Post 72 345 Legion Dr. Reg. 9:30am-11am. First bike out 11am. $20 rider, $10 passenger. Lunch included. Rain date May 15.



Church of God Children’s Home Ride Starts at Kenly Food Lion 406 S. Church St. Reg. 9:30am. Kickstands up 10am. $15 single. $5 passenger. Ride ends with free lunch provided by Thee Redeemed House Biker Church 500 W. Goldsboro St in Kenly. More info: Pastor Hollis Federick 910-797-5823 or Wayne Clemmons 919-901-7685



Bikers Against Child Abuse Cape Fear 100 Mile Ride Meet at Carolina Coast HD 6620 Market St. Reg. 9am. KSU 10am. Free to all riders. Donations accepted to empower the victums of child abuse.



B.A.C.A. Child Abuse 100 Mile Ride Meet at Tobacco Road HD 1126 S. Saunders St. Reg. 11am. KSU 12pm



Bike Night at Wicked Tuna 4123 US-17 Bus. 6pm-9pm Biker Menu and Drink Specials! Door Prizes! Rally Giveaways! www.MyrtleBeachHarley.com More info: 843-369-5555

American Gold Star Mothers Hampton Roads Chapter 5th Annual Memorial Poker Run Starts at Bayside HD 2211 Frederick Blvd. Reg. 9am. First bike out 10am. Last bike out 10:30am. Ends at Warriors Taphouse 1630 General Booth Blvd. Virginia Beach, VA. 100% of this event will go to help veterans in our community. $20 per rider. $5 passenger. For more info email: AGSMMHAMPTONROADS@GMAIL.COM






Friday Biker-Lympics at Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom 2859 US-17 Bus. 12pm-4pm Free food! Live music! Biker games! More info: 843-369-5555 www.MyrtleBeachHarley.com



4th Annual Rally Ride School Drive Starting at Eggs Up Grill 2246 Hwy 501 Reg. 9am. KSU Noon. $10 rider, $5 passenger. Ride ends and drawing held at Dadwood’s Deli and Sports Bar. www.RiverTownRiders.org


Scenic Rally Ride at Calli Bakers910 Lake Arrowhead Rd. Reg 10am-11;30am. KSU 11:30am. $15/passenger $5/passenger. After party hosted by The Boathouse. Free food! Live Music! Door Prizes! Rally Giveaways! Plus, free event shirts for the first 150 riders!!! More info: 843-369-5555 www.MyrtleBeachHarley.com

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American Legion Post 58 Poker Run 2731 N. Church St. Reg. 0900-1030 Rider $25 Passenger $10. 5 Card Draw. Food and refreshments. 50/50 drawing. Door prizes. Prize for club with most participants. Prize for worst hand. Portion of proceeds go to benefit programs of domestic violence. For more info: Pete Rossi 252-373-1208




Fire & Iron MC Bike Night Camino Real 1599 US Highway BSN 340 6pm-9pm Door prizes. Donations appreciated.



Rememberance on the River at River Falls Park. See flyer on page 30 in this issue!



Leathernecks MC Bike Night 3987 Jefferson davis Hwy. Come out and meet the original Leathernecks MC! 6-10pm. Right to refuse!


4th Annual Event’Ride hosted by Broken Chains Biker Church Holly Hill Mall 309 Huffman Rd. Reg. 9:30am. Church service 11am. KSU 12:30Ride returns 1:15pm Lunch provided to riders. Speaker and activities 2pm. Live music 3pm. $20 driver. $5 additional passenger. More info: Mindy Smith 336-675-1547


Helping the Nunns Poker Run Starts at Tobacco Road HD 1126 S. Saunders St. Reg. 10am. KSU 11am. Bike $15. Bike and passenger $20. Poker hand $5. Live music. Food available at destination Savage Tattoos 4607 Fayetteville Rd.




4th Annual South Central Bike Fest 535 Jonbil Rd. Vendors, games, live music, great food. Charity event to benefit The Barksdale Cancer Foundation and the Mecklenburg County Cancer Association. Vendors wanted call: Lee Brankley 434-210-1503 See ad on inside cover of this issue!



5th Annual Ride to Fight Suicide Hosted by Blue Ridge Powersports 20 Heritage Dr. 9am-4pm $20 bike entry fee. $5 passenger fee. Reg 8am. Bikes out 9:30am. Fore more info: 540-849-6209



The June JAMR Starts at Tobacco Road HD 1126 S. Saunders St. Reg. 9am. KSU 10:30am. 90 mile ride ending at CYCLEMAX in Wilson 6723 Ward Blvd. $20/bike. $5/passenger.Ride Proceeds benefit the Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research. More info: www.thejunejamr.org 919-922-1106





Riding for Kyra Starts at Rick’s Cycles 4762 Hwy. 74 Reg. 10am. KSU 11am. $20 per person. $30 per couple. Ride ends at Blazing Skeleton club house in Nantahala. For more info: Tina 828-400-4515 or Sandra 828-734-3677

Jessie’s Ride Reg. during the toy run breakfast 2339 East Franklin Blvd. First bike out 10am. Last bike out 11am. 1 hand for $20. 3 hands for $25. Extra hand $5. Food provided with paid hand. More info: text Beef 980-522-6626 In loving memory of Jessica Marie Lunsford.





3rd Annual Master Deputy Devin Hodges Memorial Ride Starts at Hodges Cokesberry Fire Dept. Bikes leave 10:30am. $15 bike. $10 passenger. Ends at Big Water Marina on Lake Hartwell in Star, SC. Funds raised go towards scholarships awarded to first responders and their familie members.

13th Annual HOG Food Drive for the Salvation Army Starts at Raging Bull HD 300 Muldee St. Reg. 10am. KSU Noon. Escorted ride to Salvation Army by Durham PD. 919-596-9511 www.ragingbullhd.com

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William Clarence Jackson VFW Post 6060 75th Anniversay Run 1433 N. Road St. Reg 0830. First bike out 1000. Last bike out 1030. $15 rider. $5/passenger. Open to all clubs, groups, two wheels, 3 wheels, 4 wheels, 18 wheels.Breakfast available 0830. BBQ lunch available at the completion. Prizes, raffles, live auctions. Dan Serik 252-619-8524 or Roy Hankinson 757-553-2470



Mooseriders of Virginia Beach Motorcycle and Car Swap Meet 3133 Ships Corner. 9am to 2pm. MC & car parts, accessories. Buy, sell, trade. Admission is FREE! Vendors wanted...20’X10’ spot just $20. To reserve your spot contact: Tommy Moose 1198mooseriders@gmail.com Rain date July 11th.



Let’s Ride For Sadie Starts at 2&17 Storage 10816 Tidewater Trail. Reg 10am. Ride briefing 10:55am. KSU 11am. Coast is donations to be collected at rides finish at Dominion Raceway. When we arrive making noise and interupt to bring the biggest smile to Sadie’s face during her birthday party! Sadie is a 7year old with Cerebal Palsy. She is in desperate need of a wheelchair. Contact Buford Pritchett with questions 540-718-3772





Fallen Heros Poker Run Starts at Callao Brewing Co. 129 Northumberland Hwy. Ends at The Backdraft rest. in Hague. 9am-7pm. $25 per bike. $10 per extra hand. $5 per redraw (up to 3 times). For more info or to register please contact: Wendy Lowery 804-450-2731



Nights of the Inferno 1st Annual 9-11 Memorial Run KIFFMC clubhouse 482 Cemetery Rd. 1pm Enjoy a ride to Table Rock to honor all fallen fire fighters. Portion of proceeds will go to Shriner’s hospital system.



20th Anniversary Patriot Day Memorial Ride Dismal Swamp Canal State Park 2294 US 17 Stage 0900. Brief 0945. 1000prayer followed by a moment of silence. KSU 1015. Escorted ride to downtown Elizabeth City followed by the 20th Anniversary Patriot Day Ceremony at Twiford Funueral Home. Lunch served after the ceremony. Any and all vehicles welcomed. Motorcycles and vehicles with large flags also welcomed! POC for details: Roy Hankinson 757-553-2470



Riders for the Son Scripture Run Living Faith Fellowship 1090 West Mount Drive Benefit Ride for Bryson Matthews. $20 bike/car. $5 rider. $5 extra hand/game card. 1st bike/car out 10am. Last bike/car out 12pm. Last bike/car back by 2pm. Any questions: Catina 252-908-7002 or Chris 252-885-1302

Kevlar For K9’s Holly Hill Mall 309 Huffan Mill Rd. Reg 9:30am. KSU 11am. Food truck, hot dogs, vendors, face painting, balloon animals, clown, 2 hour escorted motorcycle ride, music, 50/50, silent auction, raffle. More info: Robin 336-233-6313 or Sarah 434-429-7995 or email patriotridersgroup@yahoo.com



Healing Heroes Ride RAIN or SHINE Starts at Berryville VFW 425 S. Buckmarsh St. and at Patriot HD 9739 Fairfax Blvd. 8th Annual Poker Run to benefit military combat veterans and families. Reg. 8am-9am. Opening ceremony 9am. KSU 9:1510:30am. BBQ lunch 12pm-2:30pm. Event conclusion 3:30pm. Rider $30 and passenger $30. Reg. includes breakfast, , lunch, soft drink, live music, one raffle ticket, and one poker hand. K www.bouldercrest.org/healingheroesride

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