MAY - JUNE 2012
Presentz Bike Nightz 2012 Details see pgs. 22-23
Big Will & Miss Judy pg. 15
Editorz Notez Doobie Sykes
Thanks to everyone for your continued support. We have started our 2012 Bike Nightz Series. Our first one was at CycleMax of Wilson. Thanks goes out to VP and the Crew for pulling everything together...and Unca Don Awesome wings! We gave away a lot of prizes at the first BB Bike Night. Be sure to check the BB Bike Night lineup and come out to see us. The food is always free. Be sure to observe Memorial Day...it’s not just the start of summer but a time to reflect and remember those who gave their lives for us. Because of them you have the freedom to go on summer vacation and not even think twice about it. Lots of things are going on here at Behind Barz Inc. We have big things in the works. But, our main goal is to continue to give you a quality publication unmatched by anyone in N.C. Check out the Behind Barz website and our Facebook page. We have lots of events listed there and they are much easier to read as a flyer. Just click on the flyer to go to the website of the event. If you are having an event coming up, please send us your flyer. We will post for ya on our 4 websites and list it in the EVENTZ section of the print magazine. Email a jpg or PDF file to: firstname.lastname@example.org More bang for your buck! Print mag, virtual mag and 4 websites! Our ad prices are listed right on our website...no secrets here. In the next issue we will have a listing of all the biker friendly places everywhere you can pick up a copy of Behind Barz magazine. If you would like your business listed, please give us a call or email us. Regards, Doobie
Vinney & Doobie at Locked & Loaded’s Bike Show in Garner, N.C.
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CONTENTZ EDITORZ PAGE.............................4 Dirtâ€™s Duke eye benefit...................8 motor maids................................10 red devils..........................................12 goldsboro hog spring fling........14 big will & miss judy...........................15 all my rowdy friends....................17 behind barz bike nightz..................22-23 great destinationz......................24-25 hines eqiupment open house.........26 classifiedz....................................28 friends for anna............................29 chewy........................................30-33 ncdba......................................................35 we remember preacher man......36-37 facez behind barz.....................40 locked & loaded.........................41 eventz....................................42-45
Lords of loyalty The Lords of Loyalty MC, Capital Chapter held their annual charity event on Saturday, April 14th. This year’s event was held at Kickback Jack’s restaurant in Garner. The recipient of the fundraiser this year was Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA). Over $1,200 was raised for BACA during this event. Kickback Jack’s was very supportive, not only in allowing the event to be held at their restaurant, but also in hiring two bands to cover the event. Booths were set up in the parking lot by vendors and non-profit organizations. Booths represented a broad spectrum of interests, from high output audio systems to ladies jewelry and from biker gear to rescued puppies. The music was great, as was the weather. There were many very nice door prizes, and at Kickback Jack’s, nobody ever goes away hungry. The Lords of Loyalty MC would like to thank Kickback Jack’s and all the vendors, donors, and participants in the fundraiser this year. The Lords of Loyalty MC would also like to thank Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA) for the great work they do for abused children and their families. Respectfully; Tejas Lords of Loyalty MC Capital Chapter
dirt’s 5th annual duke pediatric eye center benefit
Written by: Diamond People Get Ready!!!! Dirt’s Cycle Shack is hosting it’s 5th Annual Duke’s Pediatric Eye Center Benefit: Saturday, May 18th, 2012 in LaGrange, N.C. Dirt’s is located on Hwy 70 W. across from Wynn Odom Ford, under the big american Flag. Every cent that is raised will be given to Duke’s Pediatric Eye Center. Any business or person donating $50.00 or more will have their name screen printed on sponsor t-shirts that will be on sale at this event. Since the first year, Dirt and Cindy have hosted this wonderful benefit, along with “Flat Head” Lee, working hard to get the food, beverages and live entertainment. They have managed to raise more money every year, donating over $20,000 with in a 4 yr. period. This year will start off with gates opening at 11am. Bar-B-Q and chicken plates with all the fixins will be on sale for $6.00 per plate. Tables will be set up so you can eat there or take it with you. But we highly recommend that you stay and enjoy the live entertainment starting around 1pm and into the evening. There will be a 50/50 drawing along with door prizes to be given away. Margaritaville will be there with the 2 cycle mixer mixing up frozen beverages. Other adult beverages will be available along with soft drinks, sweet tea and water for the family. Behind Barz Mag will have a booth set up, so be sure to stop by and say, “Hello”. As for live entertainment, Lee has out done himself again along with other great local bands that are to be announced. Headlining the benefit for the 3rd year in a row, we are very proud in welcoming, The Second-Helping Band (A Tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd). They are a local band from Deep Run and Kinston, N.C. They are also nationally known throughout the country to put on one heck of a show!! I ask all of you to come out to Dirt’s Cycle Shack’s 5th Annual Duke’s Pediatric Eye Center Benefit. August 18th, 2012. Let’s all make it the most successful year yet! I’ll see you there, Diamond
the second helping band
Photo from Dirt’s 4th Annual event!
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motor maids ride for holly tolson The Motor Maids came together to ride in support of Holly Tolson on March 24th. I helped put together the ride for Holly. I take care of her full time as her nurse. Molly has Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type I. We did this ride to help
Story & photos: Charlene
Hollyâ€™s family add onto their house for handicap bedroom and bathroom. She has a lot of equipment that takes up most of her room at the present time. Motor Maids that were able to attend were Izzy, Krissa, Jeane, Petra, Charlene, (Sheila and Patty), not shown because they came from Winston Salem, N.C.,
and arrived right before we had to leave. We had 105 riders total. The weather forcast for that day was not promising so it scared some people away, but we had a great sunny day.
Danielle and Charlene pictured here with Holly.
Back row: Izzy, Jeanne, Krissa & Charlene Front row: Petra. Not pictured: Patty and Sheila who also attended ride.
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Red Devils Winter Party story & photos: Johnny King
On February 25th the Red Devils had their first down and out party at Ape Hangers in Lucama, NC. The bar was stocked, the food was on the grills under the watchful eye of Robert Astin, and the doors were opened. These guys are fairly newly formed and weren’t quite sure what the turnout would be, but were eagerly awaiting their potential guests. The weather was rather cool and breezy, but that didn’t stop the guests from arriving (although some waited till late to arrive). Club members from the Hells Angels, Desperados, Granville Greys, Tuscarora, Road Ramblers as well as members from the 4th Reich Riding Club and CBA all came out to party with the Devils. For all the early arrivers there were barbeque chicken wings and sides to keep them going till the main meal was ready. Brennan and Tiffany kept the bar going and helped make sure all the guests were served timely with their favorite beverage of choice. The jukebox was playing and the guests mingled talking, telling jokes, and enjoying the company of other riders. Around 7pm the main meal was ready and these guys went all out with BBQ grilled pig, snaps, potatoes, casseroles, salads, and several different desserts to choose from. Even after everyone there had eaten there was enough for late arrivers to snack on throughout the evening if they got hungry. Around 9pm, the bar was packed with bikers and friends of the Club, as Haywire, plugged in and really rocked the place with some outstanding music. The attendees were out on the floor dancing, laughing, and really enjoying the sounds of the band. During the band’s break the door prizes were called out with some really great prizes for all to have a chance to win, including tattoos, shirts, touring lanterns, and a helmet or two.
Robert and Drex tending to the main course!
I would have to say the Red Devils pulled off an OUTSTANDING party! Everyone had an AWESOME time and definitely ate well. The hospitality of all the members was felt by all that attended. I look forward to the next time I am invited to come out and party with y’all. I had a really good time and enjoyed the company of all who were there. Awesome job…..
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Dates - May 11 – 20, 2012 Location – The Grand Strand of SC Welcome to the Myrtle Beach Bike Week® “The Carolinas Largest Motorcycle Event Myrtle Beach Bike Week® “The Ride” May 11, 2012 to October 7, 2012 Welcome to “The Ride” People come to Bike Week to ride, meet old friends and make new friends, to be entertained, and enjoy the fine restaurants and great locations the Grand Strand has to offer. We have rides planned throughout bike week, during the summer and for the Fall Rally. Details on “The Ride” go to:
South Central Bike Fair June 8-9, 2012 3rd Annual Working Man's Biker Build-off Participants TBA Friday
Gates Open 2pm- Hot Rod/Bike CRUZ-IN w/ Live Music, vendors
Bike Fair, Rodeo, & Poker Run 25 class Bike Show--Burnout-Pit Rodeo--50/50--Contests--Poker Run Vendors--Tattoos
$5 Donation for Poker Run $5 Donation for Bike Show $15 Weekend General Admission or $10 per day
coolers welcome – camping – BYOB food & drinks available
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--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Myrtle Beach Bike Week® Spring Rally & Ride Video We are filming Myrtle Beach Bike Week Spring Rally & Ride Video and a TV documentary and one or two 90 minute DVD’s. What are we filming? We are filming the sights and sounds of Myrtle Beach Bike Week® 2012. --The attractions that bring people to The Grand Strand and to Bike Week, The people who attend Bike Week, The bands playing at Bike Week, The rides at Bike Week, Businesses who support Bike Week plus much more. Businesses and Attractions interested in being part of what we are filming or advertising in the video should contact: Sonny @ direct cell # 336-580-1638 or use the contact information below. Myrtle Beach Bike Week LLC Sonny Productions LLC 280 Haynes Rd, Summerfield NC 27358 Office # 336-643-1367 Cell 336-580-1638
spring fling & charity Ride in memory of donna kirby Written By: Moe and Lady D Picturez By: Moe
On March 24th 2012, the Goldsboro Hog Chapter sponsored their annual benefit ride for the American Heart Association in honor of Donna Kirby. Goldsboro Hog has sponsored this annual event since 2004. Donna was the wife of Ernie Kirby from Goldsboro, NC. Mrs. Kirby passed away in July of 2004 after a long battle with heart problems. Mr. Kirby, himself, also suffers from heart problems now, but this did not stop him from attending this benefit in honor of his wife. Mr. Kirby stated he was very grateful to all those that attended this event and helped support the AHA.
Goldsboro HOG members
It was a nasty rainy day on the day of the benefit, but the hearts of all the bikers that turned out for this event were in place. They came out anyway to support and help raise the much needed money for the AHA. Goldsboro Hog Chapter donated $500.00 to AHA along with all the monies raised from the benefit. Five stops were made during this event – Shelton’s HD of Goldsboro, NC, and Smithfield, NC, Double D’s Bar and Grill in Fremont NC, Friendly Mart on Hwy 13 in Goldsboro, NC and the final stop was at Whiskey Dick’s in Goldsboro, NC. Whiskey Dick’s sponsored lunch and music for all those that attended the benefit. Tons of door prizes were donated from various businesses and individuals. Goldsboro Hog Chapter sends out a GREAT BIG THANK YOU to everyone that helped make this event a success. Thanks Goldsboro Hog for inviting the Behind Barz Crew to your event. Hope to see all you good folks again real soon. All you guyz and galz ROCK! Thanks for all the support that you provide to your community.
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Edgecombe Co. Frog Level 2nd Anniversary
The Frog Level MC Clubhouse of Edgecombe County was hopping for their 2nd Anniversary party on February 4th. Frogs were out in abundance throughout the day to help celebrate this young chapter. Although the weather wasn’t co operating it didn’t stop these guys from partying down. The Frogs had planned extensively for this party welcoming all that arrived with hot dogs for the early arrivers and for those that come up later and/or stayed around they served grilled Boston butts (that were really good), Cole slaw, potato salad, macaroni salad, and baked beans. Everyone inside enjoyed the sounds of the band Toddy Road, which played some awesome oldies, while enjoying the company of other guests from Pitt County (Mother Chapter of Frog Level), Beaufort County Frog Level, members from Iron Order and a few Ghost Riders, all coming out to help the guys celebrate. Outside party goers talked, drank, or went out to the barn to play a few games of pool.
story & photos Johnny King
The guys from Edgecombe County Frog Level put on a really great party although the weather put a damper on some of the guests it didn’t stop the Frogs from throwing down to bring in their anniversary. With most activities planned for the party put on hold due to the weather I for one look forward to the next party they plan under fairer skies. These guys thoroughly entertain their guests and go the extra mile to make sure they have a really good time making their guests want to come back again. So till the next time boys, thanks for a good time and congratulations on your 2nd Anniversary. I truly look forward to the next party.
May 12, 2012 (Saturday) 8:00 pm The Beach House, Wilmington, NC May 18,2012 (Friday) 10:00 pm The Hot Fish Club, Murrell’s Inlet, SC May 19, 2012 (Saturday) 8:00 pm The Dead Dog Saloon, Murrell’s Inlet, SC May 26, 2012 (Saturday) 9:00 pm Chaser’s, Oak Island, NC June 8, 2012 (Friday) 9:30 pm Jack’s Waterfront Bar, Morehead City, NC June 9, 2012 (Saturday) 8:00 pm The Beach House, Wilmington, NC June 15, 2012 (Friday) 10:00 pm The Brik House, Wilmington, NC June 23, 2012 (Saturday) 9:30 pm Locals Tavern, Wilmington, NC June 24, 2012 (Sunday) 8:00 pm The Dead Dog Saloon, Murrell’s Inlet, SC
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Bike Nightz 2012
Have you ever wanted a Harley T-Shirt from way across the country or the world? Well, We will be giving away t-shirts from local sponsors, as well as, from Harley dealers around the country and the world! Entries for chances to win are free but you do have to be present to enter and win.
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EARL - Rocky Mt., N.C. KNUCKLEHEADZ
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New Bern is located at the confluence of the Trent and the Neuse rivers. Formerly an Indian town named Chattoka, New Bern was settled in 1710 as a Swiss immigrant settlement, and the city is named after Bern, the capital of Switzerland. New Bern is the second oldest town in North Carolina. It served as the capital of the North Carolina colonial government and then briefly as the state capital. After the American Revolution, New Bern became wealthy and quickly developed a rich cultural life. In fact, at one time New Bern was called “the Athens of the South.” By 1890 the large area of forest land, combined with the two rivers, became used for transportation of the logs. This enabled New Bern to become the largest lumber center in North Carolina and one of the largest in all of the South. During this time as many as 16 lumber mills were running and employing hundreds of New Bernian’s.
story & photos: Doobie
The competitive nature of the lumber barons, the abundance of lumber and craftsmen, led to the creation of some of the finest homes in the south, many of which are still in existence. The lumber boom was to last until the 1920’s. One by one the lumber mills went out of business and today only Weyerhaeuser manufactures lumber in the area. New Bern is the birthplace of the international drink, Pepsi Cola. It is also the setting of the Nicholas Sparks’ book, The Notebook. A segment on NBC’s The Today Show which aired March 16, 2005, mentioned that New Bern was one of the best places in the United States to retire which has been a haven for retirees from the northern states. New Bern has four historic districts with homes, stores and churches dating back to the early eighteenth century. Within easy walking distance of the waterfront are more than 164 homes and buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Also, nearby are several bed and breakfast inns, hotels, restaurants, banks, antiques stores and specialty shops. The historic districts also are home to many of the town’s 2,000 crape myrtles — New Bern’s official flower — and glorious gardens. At Union Point park, located downtown borders both the Neuse and Trent Rivers, the city’s major celebration spot for events such as Neuse River Days and the Fourth of July. In 1979 local government gave Swiss Bear Downtown Revitalization Corp — a nonprofit corporation of civic leaders — the authority and responsibility to capitalize on the potential of the failing downtown area. Today, art galleries, specialty shops, antiques stores, restaurants and inns have resurrected downtown and the waterfront into a social hub. Improvements are continuously underway. Built and dedicated in 1995 through the efforts of Swiss Bear, James Reed Lane is a downtown mini-park and pedestrian walk-through on Pollock Street across from historic Christ Church. Private restoration efforts return many of the downtown buildings to their turn-of-the-twentieth-century elegance. Tryon Palace was completed in 1770 and was the former home of British governor William Tryon. It was used as the original state capitol building of newly independent North Carolina. It burned down in the 1790s. A replica, built from the original plans and on the original foundation, is now maintained as a historic site and tourist attraction. Coat of arms of New Bern, NC: The city flag honors the mother-daughter relationship with Bern, Switzerland. The flag’s bear motif, which dates from the Middle Ages, can be found on city buildings, vehicles, and uniforms. The original flag, a gift from the residents of Bern in 1896, is on display in the courtroom of City Hall. Its the same coat of arms as the the Swiss Capitol Bern except for the red penis of the bear, which isn’t on the American version.
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Some of our favorite eateries! In every issue we will feature some our favorite foods and where we like to get them. If you have a favorite eatery, send us a photo of the food and the info for the eatery and tell us why this food item and the eatery is “The Best Of The Best”! email@example.com These are some of our favorite restaurant eats...and some of our favorite foods from those places. The Behind Barz Crew has been all over tasting some of the South’s best foods!
Front Street Brewery
“Black & Bleu Burger” 910-251-1935 9 Front St. Wilmington, N.C.
Front Street Brewery
“Chocolate Ale Ice Cream” 910-251-1935 9 Front St. Wilmington, N.C.
Arnold’s Family Restaurant
“Parfait Ice Cream” 910-324-3278 42 8500 Hwy. 258 Richlands, N.C.
The Front Street Brewery was a hit with Moe and Lady D! Located in Wilmington, it is not only a restaurant but it is also a brewery. Look for the brewery review in a later issue. Moe loved the “Black & Bleu” burger! Every ingedient served fresh and the burger seasoned to perfection! Lady D fell in love with the Front Street Brewery’s “Chocolate Ale Ice Cream” - homemade chocolate ice cream that captures the taste of their Scottish Ale Beer with it’s chocolate and caramel malts. Front Street Brewery has a full menu and they are open until midnight EVERY night! Free beer tasting and brewery tours! Arnold’s Family Restaurant - this was Bald Eagle’s choice for the best ice cream around! Arnolds is an oldtime favorite. It’s well stocked buffet, offers a variety of main entrees and side dishes that are made fresh daily.The restuarant features indoor and outdoor dining areas. Just looked at the photo! The sweetness is piled on high!!!
Bridgersville Store & Grill “Frog Legs” 252-291-1682 6502 Hwy 42 E. Elm City, N.C.
The Bridgersville Store & Grill was Vinney’s favorite place to get Frog Legs! They were fried to a perfect tenderness. It’s true what they say, frog legs really do taste like chicken! Bridgersville Store & Grill is a good ol’ country store, in a nice country setting with the friendliest staff around! They are located on Hwy 42 East, just past Gardners School. They are also open 7 days a week and have a full service grill! Truth be known, this one of Doobie’s favorite places to eat breakfast!
The Sting Ray Cafe was Doobie’s Sting Ray Cafe favorite for a shrimp burger. They are “Super Shrimp Burger” located just up from the Tryon 252-638-2280 Palace. Nice staff and seafood is their 520 S. Front St. New Bern, N.C. specialty! We also tried their homemade crab bisque - the BEST I’ve ever had!!! Everything is cooked to order and well worth the wait! The Sting Ray Cafe will be a regular stop for us!
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1986 Harley Davidson Sportster 883
(Nash Co.) 16K miles, new Dunlop H/D Tires front and rear. Oil has recently been changed. (every 3K miles). Paint is flat-black. I have two sets of saddlebags that go with the bike, one set already mounted. Custom handlebar mounted H/D mirror. Also has a Dynatek power commander, newly purchased battery, Custom pipe wraps. Was ridden to Rolling Thunder last year and got 37 mpg!! Great commuter bike for these high gas prices!! Call 252-886-2794. Leave message if I don’t answer.
friends for anna Benefit concert and bbq
Written By: Moe Picturez By: Moe On February 25th 2012 at Country Times Tavern in Goldsboro, NC, the Ghost Riders MC sponsored a benefit fundraiser for Anna Ream. Anna was diagnosed with upper GI cancer in October of 2011. All donations received were given to Anna to help with the tremendous expenses of her cancer treatment. Over $2000.00 was raised for Anna that day. BBQ Chicken plates with all the trimmings were sold to help raise money. I am telling you!!! That was some of the best BBQ chicken I have ever eaten. Three great bands, Southern Impact, 5-Speed, and All My Rowdy Friends, generously donated their time to help raise money for this great cause. All three bands were “ROCKIN.” The music was so good, I even got out there and shook a leg a few times on that dance floor.
Anna with her husband, Michael
Many family members, friends and fellow bikers were in attendance. Ghost Riders MC, Unspoken Sons MC, Helping Hands RC, Chrome Horses MRC, Freedom Riders MC, Tuscarora MC, CBA, Bikers for Christ MM, and the Road Rebels all came out to show their support for Anna. Wow!!! It was such a great sight to see all these fellow biker guyz and galz come out and show their support for this great cause. Anna, her husband Michael and children were in attendance at the benefit. Anna and her family expressed their heartfelt gratitude for everyone’s thoughts, prayers and donations.
All My Rowdy Friends
We here at Behind Barz Motorcycle Magazine hope that you continue to do well with your recovery Anna. It was such a pleasure to meet you and your family.
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Been There, S By: Chewy (Biker Dog)
My driver and I weren’t on the road much over the past couple of months, but we were still out and about. We rode to Charlotte in mid-February to link-up with friends of Lyle Davenport from Charlotte HOG and Patriot Guard Riders. We rode from Charlotte to Morrow Mountain State Park near Albemarle, where we released balloons in Lyle’s memory. A year ago, Lyle was returning from a military funeral when he was hit by a car and killed.
Morrow Mountain State Park in memory of Lyle Davenport. We attended the installation of the Magnolia Chapter of the American Gold Star Mothers in Kannapolis. It’s sad that we have enough mothers of Fallen Heroes that another chapter is needed in North Carolina. For those who do not know, a Blue Star Mother is a mother who currently has or has had a child serving in our armed forces. A Gold Star Mother is a mother who lost a child while in service to our country.
Administering the oath to the officers of the newly chartered Magnolia Chapter of the American Gold Star Mothers. On March 11 south of Fayetteville, the Flags for Fallen Military (FFFM) honored and remembered Gifford E. Hurt, Private First Class, US Marine Corps, killed in action January 20, 2010. On March 18, we were with FFFM to honor and remember Scott Badgley, Master Sergeant, US Marine Corps. The FFFM installs flag poles and dedicates flags in honor and remembrance of our Fallen Heroes. Junior ROTC units from local high schools were present at each ceremony. Anyone who wants to honor a Fallen Hero may attend the ceremony. The flag pole, flag, and supplies were provided by Lowe’s on Ramsey St. in Fayetteville, NC. If you live in the Fayetteville area and happen to be at the Lowe’s on Ramsey St., please thank Robbie Haire (the manager) for supporting Flags for Fallen Military.
Christi Kazakavage presenting my custom bandana to Janice Badgley the mother of Scott Badgley, MSgt, USMC honored by Flags of Fallen Military.
CHEWY The Biker Dog:
Mother and Sister of Gifford Hurt, PFC, USMC, KIA 20 Jan 2010 at the Flags for Fallen Military Ceremony. The Fuquay Varina Women’s Club asked me to speak at their monthly meeting in March, so I brought my driver with me because I know they don’t understand doggie or paw language. We gave them a short highlight of what my driver and I do, then we answered questions. If your group, church or class would like me to visit and bark about what my driver and I do, feel free to contact my driver through my website and we’ll see what we can do.
Checking out my gift bag after speaking at the Fuquay Varina Women’s Club.
If you live in North Carolina, you may have heard about the Army Officer whose house was on fire. He helped his wife escape through their second story bedroom window. As soon as he was on the ground, he immediately re-entered the burning home to rescue his two daughters. The three died in the home. I stood with the Patriot Guard on Ft Bragg to honor CW2 Edward Cantrell during his visitation, the memorial service with his family, and the memorial service with his unit. CW2 Cantrell was interred at Arlington National Cemetery, and permission was granted for his daughters to be interred with him.
A portion of the PGR flagline at CW2 Cantrell’s Memorial Service at the JFK Memorial Chapel, Ft Bragg, NC. We ended the month with the Vietnam Veterans Homecoming at Charlotte Motor Speedway. We rode with the Patriot Guard Riders to escort the American’s Veteran Traveling Tribute (“The Wall”) to Charlotte Motor Speedway on Thursday, then returned to join in Rolling Thunder’s Ride-In to the Homecoming celebration on Saturday. Saturday started wet. My driver and I departed at 4:15am (“o’dark thirty) and linked-up with Chris and Caleb Rhew at about 5am. We don’t mind riding at night, and we don’t mind riding in the rain, but we don’t like riding in the rain at night! By the time Rolling Thunder reached the Speedway at about 10am, the weather started to clear. The Homecoming was led by the USO of North Carolina. Did you know that USO-NC is the oldest USO in the US and celebrated their 70th anniversary last year? I’m a USO Ambassadog, so I had my Harley parked by the USO Mobile Unit so that people could meet me and take pictures with me. My driver made a shade umbrella contraption for me, and it worked. It was a bit warm, so I wore my swamp jacket, which keeps me cool through evaporation. Charlie Daniels played during the event, but I didn’t get a chance to meet him. The event ended on a sad note for us. Two motorcyclists decided to ride on the track and came towards each other from opposite directions. They collided and both died later. A passenger was seriously injured. We waited for the collision area to be cleared so a friend could get his bike out of the area. The Patriot Guard and Rolling Thunder had two clear rules for anyone riding their bikes onto the Speedway: Stay below the white line and speeds must be under 35 mph. Both motorcyclists broke the two safety rules and paid with their lives. My driver and I prayed that both had the opportunity to accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior before they died.
Been There, Sniffed That
After returning from the Homecoming, I checked my Harley for a magnet and gremlins. On our way home from the Homecoming, we were in a group of four bikes: Jim/Christi, Mike/Karen, Chris/Caleb, and my driver/me. East of Albemarle, a car didn’t slow down much, ran a stop sign, and made a right turn in front of us. We were the lead bike, and my driver braked and held the horn button for about 30 seconds. We kept our distance because the car driver rode her/his brake lights for about five miles, which was very annoying because we wouldn’t be able to quickly tell if the person was slowing down until the gap between us closed. The sun had set and the car’s windows were darkly tinted, so we couldn’t see if the person was talking on a cell phone. Most drivers seem to be safe, but what is it with some people in cars? If that person was in a hurry, pulling out in front of us didn’t make a difference because about 15 miles later, we all arrived at the same stop light in Troy! That person could have easily taken out four large bikes and eight lives! Given the number of close calls, there must be a magnet on my bike that is attracting the bad drivers to turn in front of us or drift into our lane!
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Riding to Charlotte Motor Speedway with Rolling Thunder for the Vietnam Veterans Homecoming.
The Wall being escorted onto Charlotte Motor Speedway led by Patriot Guard Riders.
CHEWY The Biker Dog: www.bikerdoggie.com
Mounted up for Rolling Thunder’s Ride-In to the Vietnam Veterans Homecoming.
In March, two friends were called home to be with our Lord and Savior: Jim “Booker” Booker and Ed “Tail Gunner” Williams. I first met both of them through Raleigh HOG when I began riding in 2008. They were both veterans who proudly served our country, and I was honored to have ridden with them while they were with us. Both men are Christians, so I know they are with God and Jesus. If you are unsure of your salvation, I know people you can talk with, like members of the Christian Motorcyclists Association, Bikers for Christ, and other Christian groups, or visit Freedom Biker Church or any Bible-based church, or contact my driver or the church he attends (www.macedonia-nc.com). To all of my friends: Be Careful Out There! Enjoy the warm weather and “keep your tongue in the wind!”
My friend, Paula, at the Ray Price H-D Easter Basket Ride.
Staging at the National Guard Armory in Charlotte for Rolling Thunder’s Ride-In to Charlotte Motor Speedway for the Vietnam Veterans Homecoming.
Visiting my friends at the USO on Ft Bragg, NC.
You can check out my calendar on my website. We do our best to keep it current, but please remember that my schedule is always subject to change, particularly if a Fallen Hero is returning home and we are within driving distance in NC, VA and SC.
Freedom biker church “winter sucks!” garage party
Written By: Moe and Lady D Picturez By: Moe On March 24th, 2012, Freedom Biker Church of Fayetteville partnered with HotRodz, to hold their first annual Winter Sucks Garage Party. All proceeds went to Cause (Comfort for America’s Uniformed Services), for the Wounded Warriors. Cause organizes programs that promote recreation, relaxation and healing into the lives of our wounded warriors. A Pig Pickin’ with all the fixins’ was provided to help raise money for the Cause program. A live band kept the crowd entertained with some great music. There were door prizes, vendors, a swap meet and lots of activities for the kidz to enjoy. My personal favorite was the dessert war. Wow!!! There sure were some great desserts served. It was hard to pick just one favorite. They were all winners in my book. It was a GREAT turnout to this event, despite the rainy weather. The Auxiliary Combat Vets, Rollin Thunder, CHMRC, BFC, FBC, M25, Patriot Guard, HOG, AGSM Dogwood Chapter, Fallen Heroes, Honor and Remember, American Red Cross, and many more were there to show their support for this great cause. When it was all said and done, FBC had raised over $2000.00 for Cause. Donations can continue to be made online @ cause-usa.org, or by mailing a check to Cause, 4114 Legato Rd, Suite B, Fairfax, VA 22033. Thanks so much FBC Fayetteville and HotRodz for inviting the Behind Barz Motorcycle Magazine Crew to your event. We had a blast. We met a lot of new people, along with spending time with some ole friends. Hope to see all of you again real soon.
lee bob story
Back in March we had a contest on facebook. Folks had to post a photo of them representin’ Behind Barz and then have their friends vote or “like” their photo. The photo with the most votes won a BB Prize Pack. This phot o of Gauge was the winner of the contest with the most “likes”. Gauge will be getting a BB T-shirt, a one year BB subscription, a jar of Mile High Hot Sauce, and a few other goodies. Congratulations Gauge for being the BB Prize Pack Winner!
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GET ‘EM WHEN THEY’RE HOT OFF THE PRESS, CUZ THEY GO FAST!
Hello Fellow Bikers,
My name is Lee Hartline, or just plain ‘ole Lee Bob. I am Deaf-Blind. Now you may be asking...what is Deaf-Blind? Well, according to the federal government, the term Deaf-Blind refers to anyone who has a significant loss of hearing and vision. Most Deaf-Blind people have what is called Ushers Syndrome. I have Ushers Type II, meaning I was born severely hard of hearing, and later in my early teens developed Retinitis Pigmentosa or RP.
is to advance the education, economic, and social welfare of Deaf-Blind folks in NC.
I grew up like every other kid. I lived and participated in mainstream society and school, and did not know anyone with a hearing or vision loss. Everybody around me was “normal”. I mean, I had seen a few deaf folks around but never interacted with them because I didn’t know how to communicate with them. (I hear fairly well with the hearing aids).
I then decided to get more involved so I could use my talents to help others. I have since spent over eight years serving on the board of directors, (I am the current Vice President) and other various committees of this organi zation to provide encouragement and educational opportunities to those who need it. Having a dual disability has a way of shutting in older folks that don’t have the family that most enjoy and the NCDBA tries to fill that void. Our goal is to inform and empower Deaf Blind persons in NC to take an active role in their lives, so they can be in dependent and productive citizens in main stream America. We are committed to pro viding assistance to persons with hearing and vision loss through peer support, information and referral, education and leisure activities.
I thought I was very different from everyone else. Having this blindness taking over my life was scary to say the least. I thought my God I am the only one like this. How can I live if I go blind? It brought out some depression and low esteem. In 2002 I became a member of an association filled with folks just like me that was a turning point in my life. This association is called North Carolina Deaf Blind Associates (NCDBA). NCDBA is a 501 c incorporated non-profit consumer organization established in 1984 whose purpose
Saturday, June 9, 2012 Registration starts at 9:30 a.m. Last bike leaves at 11 a.m. Winners chosen at 4
Starting at: Cyclemax 6723 Ward Blvd Wilson, NC Sponsored by
After joining, I started attending some events sponsored by NCDBA and I soon realized that I was one of the lucky ones. I mean I could walk, run, swim, and was fairly healthy. So many of the folks I was meeting had it way worse than me and they were living life to the fullest. They were enjoying life!!
I would like to ask for your help and participation in a Poker Run on June 9. ALL funds collected go towards our annual Camp Dogwood weekend. Each September, NCDBA sponsors a camp for the Deaf-Blind in NC. We offer accessible activities like boating, crafts, health seminars, cooking demos, fishing, and a dance on Saturday night. Our theme this year is Hawaii and we plan on turning Camp Dogwood into an Island Paradise.
Ending at: 97 Roadhouse
2901 NC Hwy 97 Wendell, NC
Additional Rider: $10 Raindate: June 16, 2012 Contacts: Amy Bean (919)522-0952 Shelley Barnes (252)281-7456
Stops include: Plan B Smithfield, NC, Pastimes Clayton, NC, Locked and Loaded Garner, NC
All proceeds Benefit NCDBA
So now I ask you great Bikers, will you help me? Let’s help our fellow North Carolinians and raise some money. I can guarantee you will feel better about yourself if you do. So crank them HOGS and ride for a good cause. Come out and join us for some good times and maybe a little education to boot. The ride is June 9. Registration starts around 9ish at Cycle Max. Located in Wilson, NC. Single rider $20. Passenger $10. Live to Ride...Ride to Live!!!
Danny ““preacher man” James 4/2/56 UNTIL ETERNITY On March 10, 2012, my best friend, and husband of 31 years went home to be with the Lord. I am proud to be the wife of Danny “Preacher Man” James and the pride I feel was confirmed when I saw and met the many many lives that he touched during his life time. I want to thank each and everyone who came to pay their respects to my husband. It was heartwarming to see the lives he had touched and the legacy he left our family. However, Danny would have us give all the glory and credit to the Lord for each and everything he had done in his life. I want to thank everyone who sent cards, flowers, words of encouragement, emails, face book comments, phone calls, prayers & thoughts, and all the love and support shown to me and my family during this time. Danny was the Founder of GOTC Bikers Ministry and Stairway to Heaven Biker & Community Church. He helped start the Batchelor’s Toy Run and help organize events for people who were sick or in need of assistance. My husband had a heart of gold and would have given his last dollar to someone in need. He loved to ride motorcycles, NASCAR, making knives & walking canes, going to & having yard sales, going to auctions, spending time with his children & grand children, also spending time with his brothers, sisters and friends. Danny was and is a loving & devoted husband, daddy, Old Man, Pops, Poppy J., brother, friend and pastor. His greatest of all loves was his Lord and Savior. He always put God first in all he did and he wanted to share the Word of God with all that would listen to him. He would do that by walking up to anyone and everyone to ask if they had spoken to JC that day, would give them a little silver pocket cross, tell them God loves them and then invite them to church. It has meant so much to our son, Willie Daniel James II, our daughter, Christie James Ayscue, and to me, all the love and support shown for our family during this time. We would like to say a special thank you to the Guardians, our church family & friends for all they have done for us and what they did for Danny. Also, to Donnie Manning and his family for letting my husband be a part of their family, there are no words that I can say to express the gratitude we feel for the Mannings for all they did for my husband. Just know he loved them and was proud to be a part of their family. Thank you from Lynn, Willie & Alex, Christie & Andru, Dylan, Destiny, Krysia, and Hunter. RIP My Love until we meet again. I will Love and Miss you AAFA27DUE!!!!!!!!!!!
To Those That Loved Me :
To those that loved me please dont cry you know this isnt really goodbye you must come to accept that im no longer there but i know i’ll live on in the hearts of those that truely care. My journey was finished i ran my last race i had to go to heaven oh what a peaceful and loveing place. You wouldnt beleive it you just couldnt comprehend but friends im in paradise with a soft blowing wind. There is no pain there are no tears there is no conscience there are no fears. The streets are made of shiney gold Everyone is young there is no old. I can still see you when the clouds drift apart I can still feel the ache I left in your heart. Please dont worry but cherrish the memories I left behind of me trying hard to be both loving and so kind. Take them and go on remembering the man you always knew take them and go on remembering all the things we used to do. Dont let your hearts be saddend because you know it isnt right Smile and be happy because I’m watching over u each night. : I Love you Danny James and thank you for changing my life. by bruiser Paula Brooks
Danny was an inspiration...a true friend... a devoted husband, father & grandfather. His faith in God was undaunted! No matter the trials and tribulations in his life he never lost focus on what mattered and he always believed - through it all! He visited with me while I was sick at Duke and prayed with me and for me. He told me that no matter what, my life was in God's hands. He told me to believe and trust in Him. Danny was a soldier of God...all I can say is that He really must have needed him in Heaven because Danny was way too young to leave this ol' cruel earth. But, I know that is Danny is smiling his biggest smile ever in the Kingdom of Heaven and one day we will see him again! Doobie
Danny “Preacherman” James
My Friend, my brother, what an empty place that is left in my heart. I can remember way back when I first met you, our daughters became good friends at school, and from that they grew into best friends that were always together and it led to us seeing each other more. Many years later is when we became close friends. Danny would come sit at our house with me and my husband, Danny Carter, and we would talk for hours. I was always cooking something and it was never hard to get Danny James to stay and eat with us, He would call Lynn and tell her to come on over or he would go home and get her and come back, through many glasses of tea and Fried Chicken and Mash tators (as Lynn called them). Our friendship grew. Danny began to talk to us about God. With Danny you listened and the next thing we know we are going to church with him and we accepted Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. Danny never gave up on us. He was a constant witness to us and many others as we watched him. We new this was the way Jesus wanted us all to live, act, and go forth and tell everyone about an amazing God who Loves you. Danny played a big part in my husband and I serving God,. For that I will forever be thankful to Danny cause he stayed true to the job he was doing for his Heavenly Father. What a great loss for us here on earth, but what a glorious gain there is in heaven. Danny would not want anyone to say that he did this or that. He never wanted credit, he made it clear that it was Jesus Christ, give him Glory. Danny, We miss you so very much. What a great ride it was, I want to say “Thank You For Giving Unto The Lord”. Because you gave, Danny, my husband and I know that we to will meet you again for the great reunion with our Heavenly Father, and Jesus Christ... Til we meet again.. KEEP THE FAITH..... love you, Cathy and Danny Carter
enforcers m/c On Saturday April 14th, The Enforcers M.C. Raleigh Chapter hosted at charity benefit at the Raleigh Chapter Clubhouse. This benefit was to raise money for Easter Seals of NC and VA. The morning began with several vendors setting up along with a great presence of Easter Seals staff and Enforcers. There was a poker run, bike show, cornhole tournament, good food, and great music by DJ Chris White! The event was a great success thanks all who attended. All proceeds from this event went to Easter Seals!â€?
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RIDE KNOWLEDGE FOR
SATURDAY, MAY 19, 2012 ROCKY MOUNT HARLEY-DAVIDSON Beneﬁtting the Helen and Jack Laughery Honorary Scholarship Fund at Nash Community College REGISTRATION The cost is $15 per rider and includes breakfast, lunch and a commemorative pin. SCHEDULE of EVENTS 9:30 a.m. Rider/Passenger Registration 10:45 a.m. Pre-Ride Welcome & Brieﬁng 11:00 a.m. Parade style ride through scenic Nash County begins 11:00 a.m. Live Music begins 12:00 pm. Bar-B-Q lunch, live music by Monkeyfoot and Off Kilter Fun for the whole family! 50/50 rafﬂe and many other great rafﬂe items! Hosted by Nash Community College Foundation & Rocky Mount Harley-Davidson. Come rain or shine. All bikes welcome. OTHER ACTIVITIES Harley’s Heroes Disabled American Veterans Mobile Service Ofﬁce Consultations • Live demonstrations by NCC programs • Classic Car Show • Bike Wash • Interactive Fun • Bike Show • Law Enforcement Motorcycle Skills Demonstration • and More! RAFFLE TICKETS Purchase a ticket for a chance to win a 2012 Harley-Davidson Switchback Motorcycle. Rafﬂe tickets are on sale for $10 each. Call 252-451-8230 to purchase tickets, or order them online at www.nashcc.edu/ride
The Nash Community College Foundation is thankful to the following 2012 ride sponsors: Rocky Mount Harley-Davidson Boddie-Noell Enterprises Carolina Eagle Budweiser Distributors, Inc. Chic-Fil-A of Cobb Corners Modern Electric Tattoo Key Storage of Nashville Wheeler-Woodlief Nash County Sheriff’s Ofﬁce Behind Barz Motorcycle Magazine Bissett Produce Co. Bobby Murray Toyota Twin County Motorsports In-kind sponsors: Pepsi Bottling Ventures Doug Sauls’ Bar-B-Q & Seafood Canteen Vending Institutional Interiors
•Clean styling, Convertible features •Heritage Detailing •Full Wrap Fenders •Twin Cam 103 Engine Power •Six-Speed Cruise Drive Transmission •Lightweight Chassis •$1,300 in Added Accessories •Valued at $17,600!
Proceeds of ticket sales beneﬁt scholarships. Drawing to be held at Rocky Mount Harley-Davidson located at 928 N. Winstead Ave. on Saturday, May 19.
For more information: (252) 451-8329 | email@example.com www.facebook.com/rideforknowledge | www.nashcc.edu/rfk
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locked & loaded
spring bike show
Locked and Loaded Bar & Grill held their 2012 Spring Bike Show on Sunday, April 15th. This show was no different than any other they have held in the past ... TONS of people!!! We guesstimate that their were over 1,500 people at this event! There were 3 live bands, vendors galore, plenty of drinks and beer to wet your whistle, and the weather was perfect!
photos: moe & vinney
1125 HWY 70, GARNER, NC 919 661 6688
EVERY SAT 9:30-1:30AM SUN 2-6PM
12 Emporia, VA.
4 Roanoke Rapids, N.C.
Behind Barz Bike Night at Collier Harley-Davidson 316 Premier Blvd. Live music, free food & beverages, vendors, raffles, 50/50 and the T-shirt Madness Giveaway! For more info: 252-537-6493 www.collierhd.com
5 Roanoke Rapids, N.C.
CMA’s Annual Run for the Son McCall’s BBQ & Seafood Rest. 139 Millers Chapel Rd. Reg. at 12pm - no fee. More info: 910-333-2009 www.cmausa.org
11-20 Myrtle Beach, S.C. THE RIDE The Grand Strand of SC
12 Fayetteville, N.C.
2nd Annual Ride For The Warriors Starts & ends at HotRodz Fayetteville 3816 Sycamore Dairy Rd. Reg. 8:30am - Kickstands up at 10:30 Stop at Freedom Mem Park, Lunch & entertainment provided following ride. $15/rider $20 with passenger Door prizes, 50/50, raffle items www.operationhhh.org
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5th Annual Cruisin for a Cure 11am-2pm Rain or shine! Parking lot at Applebee’s and Logan’s Roadhouse Hot dogs, hamburgers, raffles. Contact Ricky Gupton: 252-535-3146 www.cruisinroanokerapids.com
5 Goldsboro, N.C.
Muddy Water Annual Poker Run Starts at Simmon’s Travel Center (Huddle House) 301 south and ends at Greensville Ruritan Club off Hwy 58 W. in Emporia. Live music - “Granite” Free door prizes Pig Pickin - Bring your beverage of choice! 9-10:30am Reg. Kickstands up 11am $25/rider $10/passenger - includes meal and band. Vendors, 50/50 raffle.
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14-28 Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Cruisin The Coast For A Cause www.myrtlebeachharley.com
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18 LaGrange, N.C.
5th Annual Duke’s Pediatric Eye Center Benefit Dirt’s Cycle Shack Hwy 70W. across from Wynn Odom Ford. Live bands performing including, The Second Helping Band. games for kids, margaritaville, BBQ and chicken plates will be sold for $6. 252-566-4090
19 Jacksonville, N.C.
Run For The Warriors Jacksonville High School Stadium 910-938-1817
19 Rocky Mount, N.C.
Jack Laughery Ride For Knowledge Rocky Mount HD 9:30am reg. 10:45am welcome and briefing 11am Parade ride through scenic Nash Co. 11am live music. 12pm BBQ lunch, live music Raffle tickets being sold, 50/50, cassic car show, bikewash, bike show, and more. More info: Pat Daniels - 252-451-8329 firstname.lastname@example.org www.nashcc.edu/rfk
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Whiskey Dick’s Saloon presents “Blackberry Smoke” LIVE Gates open at 12:00 (rain or shine) 2101 US Hwy 117 919-580-3264 Tickets available on-site & @ etix.com $20 advance/ $25 day of show Lawn chairs permitted - no coolers no refunds www.whiskeydicksnc.com
Ride for a Vet Fifth Annual Hero Day Memorial Day Parade & Bike Rally Mark Thomas: 828-467-0259 www.rideforavet.com www.highwayhoot.com
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1-2 Rockingham, N.C.
Rail House Rockstock Fri. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Drummer Artimus Pyle, POW-MIA ceremony, Monika James Band - just to name a few. Saturday - Salute to our soldiers, Geneva, Brooks Paul and more! Rockingham Dragway www.railhouserockstock.com
2 Angier, N.C.
Angier Bike Fest 9:45am - 4pm Depot Square Poker Run 10am (8am reg.) Proceeds to Fallen Firefighters Mem. 2nd Annual Motorcycle Consignment Auction (more info: Johnson Properties 919-639-2231) Live entertainment by: The Long Shot Band and various local performers. Family festival. Vendors, games, food, etc. Hosted by Angier Chamber of Commerce: 919-639-2500 www.angierchamber.org or www.angierbikefest.org
2-3 Elm City, N.C.
Stairway To Heaven Bikers & Community Church GOTC Bikers weekend at the Stairway to Heaven Bikers & Community Church. On Saturday the Johnny Ray Ayscue “Finish Line Memorial Run”. Reg. at Church parking lot at 9am, bikes leave at 11am. $15/biker and $5/rider. Proceeds from ride will go to Johnny’s grandchildren and to the Suicide Prevention Association. 50/50, drawings, and bike show. Lots of Food & Music. On Sunday at 10am fellowship hangout at church. 11am service with Speaker and music from Bealua Boys and others. For more info contact: Robert Thompson 252-315-2836 or Andru Ayscue 252-676-6328. email@example.com
8 Rocky Mount, N.C.
Bike Night at Rocky Mount Harley-Davidson Located at 928 N. Winstead Ave. Live music, food, lots of fun 252-446-7292 www.rockymounthd.com
8-9 Chase City, VA.
South Central Bike Fair Fri. gates open at 2pm w/ Hot Rod Bike Cruz-in Live music and vendors. Sat. Bike Fair, Rodeo & Poker Run. 25 class bike show, burnout pit, rodeo, contests, vendors, tattoos. BYOB campers welcome www.southcentralbikefair.com 434-372-0092
9 Macclesfield, N.C.
Behind Barz Presentz Bike Nightz at The Saltie Dog Bar 514 S. Fountain Rd. 3pm until - burnout contest trophy, slow ride contest $100 & trophy. Vendors, Free BBQ pig pickin, bikini bike wash. Live music 9:30pm-1:30am More info: 252-827-5329
For more listings, please go to: www.behindbarz.com
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9 Franklinton, N.C.
16 Fayetteville, N.C.
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Wounded Warrior Bug Run Reg. 10am-11am Ride starts at 11am American Legion post 52 - 40 American Legion Rd. $15/rider $5/passenger Rolling Thunder NC7 www.rollingthunder-nc7.com
9 Wilson, N.C.
A Poker Run for NC Deaf Blind Associates Starts at CycleMax of Wilson Hwy 301 Reg. at 9:30am - last bike leaves at 11am. Ride ending at 97 Roadhouse in Wendell. Reg. $20 additional rider/$10 Food, raffle, 50/50 RAIN DATE: June 16th Shelley Barnes: 252-281-7456 www.ncdba.org/ncdba
16 Roanoke Rapids, N.C.
Collier HD 7th Annual Birthday Bash 316 Premier Blvd. 11am- 4pm Free Admission & Live Entertainment www.collierhd.com 252-537-6493
16 Raleigh, N.C.
Victory for Vets “Sunset Ride” Ride starts at Twin Specialties 1911 Sego Ct. Raleigh and ride ends at Rally Point Sports Bar, N. Harrison Ave. in Cary. Food & Drink Specials for all registered participants. Live Music, Raffle prizes and 50/50. Cost: $20 per rider / $15 per passenger. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for questions http://trianglevictoryriders.webs.com www.operationcominghome.com
16 Winterville, N.C.
March of Dimes Ride for Babies Hometown Harley-Davidson 2300 Elaine’s Way Reg. 10-12 Kickstands up 12 $10/single rider $15/two up Lunch provided with reg. Giveaways and chances to win HD Gear. 252-439-1345 www.hometownharleydavidson.com
Homegrown Heroes and Fallen Officer Memorial Ride - 2nd Annual Cumberland Co. Courtouse 117 Dick St. $20/rider, $15/passenger 910-922-6673 Sponsored by Blue Knights NC XIII
16 Orange, VA
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20th Annual Big Damn Bike Show 385 Waugh Blvd. Bonnie: 540-672-5550 Live music, entertainment, food, vendors, refreshments and more. firstname.lastname@example.org
E 16 Gaffney, S.C.
Poker Run for the Wounded Warrior Project Gaffney VFW 1100 S. Granard St. $20/rider $10/passenger includes scenic ride, food, refreshments, entertainment. 864-490-4872
22-23 Rockingham, N.C.
Smoke Out 13 Rally 2153 US Hwy 1 North Bike show, music, food, refreshments, vendors, camping. www.smokeoutrally.com
30 Garner, N.C.
1st Annual Ride for Abilities Reg. starts 9am - Ride begins 10am Starting at Able to Serve 157 Techmology Dr. and ending at Team Powersports 222 Hwy 70E $20/entry fee $5/extra rider Free lunch and live band included. 919-779-5545
1-2 Boone, N.C.
Boone Bike Rally 748 Roby Green Road www.boonebikerally.com
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10-12 Greenville, S.C.
Women On Wheels速 26th International Ride-In, July 10, 11, 12, 2012 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Greenville, SC. For more information check our website at www.womenonwheels.org
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The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly 8th Annual Biker and Community Outreach Rosewood Worship Center 8am-4pm Gilbert Baker 919-920-2754
26-28 Run To The Ridge
3 day poker run at your leisure that pays out 5000 dollar and could pay out as much as 100000.00 dollars. Thursday night molly hatchet and Friday night Jimmie van zant Saturday blackfoot. as well as a HOG cookoff and food and parts vendors . also motorcylce bld kendall Johnson and other major bld. lots of lots of fun. Ric Marshall 336-918-2480 www.runtotheridge.com
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