Full Throttle Magazine April issue 2014

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Well here we are going into April and I am very excited and feeling great about the direction this Magazine is going and our growth of exceptional advertisers and readers. We are continuing to add new advertisers to the magazine each month and are very grateful for the support and positive reception we have been given from the entire community of readers and advertisers. Many of you have emailed us and voiced positive comments and support about Full Throttle Magazine. For that we are thankful and grateful. I have said this in past issues and want to say it again, as the publisher/owner of Full Throttle Publishing, I welcome your ideas, comments and your thoughts on how we can take our magazine to the next level. We also welcome and appreciate your positive encouragement. I believe that all of our reader comments are important and I take all those comments into consideration when working on our next issue of Full Throttle Magazine. I’m personally thrilled about the weather starting to change and I am looking forward to the many events that our biking community has planned for this riding season. Speaking of great events! In response to the many emails and questions. I have started to put together the 6th annual Gears, Grease and Grooves event that will take place on Saturday,July 19 at the Old Sunset Ford lot at Gravois and Lindbergh. We thank our friends at Sunset Ford for allowing us to continue this great event on their property. This year will be the best GGG that has been put together so far. If you are interested in being a sponsor or having a vendor space, you should contact us quickly because the space is limited and will fill up quickly. Also those of you wanting to enter your car or bike in the show you can email me at publisher@fullthrottle-magazine. com. We will have custom and classic cars, of course bikes, so make sure to get yours entered in the show. GGG will have live music, cold beer, great food, along with lots of fun and lots of things to see and do. So plan on making a day of it on July 19...Mark your calendars and don’t miss the 6th ANNUAL GEARS, GREASE and GROOVES. Ladies and gents, please remember to go to our website and register to get your Full Throttle V.I.P. Pass Card that entitles you to special discounts that many of our advertisers offer to Full Throttle readers. While your on our web site don’t forget to register to win the $250 gift card we are giving away each month to some lucky Full Throttle reader. You can enter every month and who knows, you could be the winner. One last thing, there is still time to enter our Tattoo Contest to win a free Tattoo, compliments of Full Throttle Magazine. What other motorcycle magazine gives you chances to win gift cards and offers you a VIP card to get discounts on the things you buy? Let me answer for you, NO Other Magazine..... Make sure to check our Cruisin Calendar to find some great events to attend this month and in the months to come. That’s all from here so until next month or we meet on the road, Ride safe and I look forward seeing all of you this year on the road with Full Throttle. PS: Just to remind you again. Don’t forget to mark your calendars for July 19 for the awesome Gears, Grease and Grooves at the old Sunset Ford! Bob Blanton

Table of Content Page 7: Halfway Haus/Jefferson Ave. Bistro Page 8: Chic Chat Page 10-11 Stopping Stigma In Its Tracks Page 16-17: Cycle Care Page 19: A “Trike” Tion Page 30-31: Tech/Safety Tips Page 31: Bikers Against Child Abuse Page 32-33: Not “Just Hawgs” Page 37: Ladies Garage Party Page 38-39 Muscle Car Mania Page 40: Crack Ups


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April 7th Cardinals Home Opener Bash (Live Music by Jessica Tipton 12pm-3pm) Shuttle to and from Game April 12 Full Throttle/Halfway Haus Charity Poker Run (Run begins here! Breakfast served at 8am) April 18th Neon Extravaganza May 3rd Cinco de Mayo Party

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Halfway Haus is one of the best places to go if you are looking to grab a cold one and visit with old friends. Just tucked away in a cozy neighborhood located on Michigan avenue and Primm, you’ll be able to kick your heels up and enjoy the occasional live entertainment. That’s not all. Halfway Haus puts on Washer Tournaments, Golf Tournaments, Poker Runs, Charity Ride and many other events that occur all year long. For a list of all the events you can visit their Facebook page. http:/www.facebook.com/halfway.haus.7. Mr. Joe Cacciatore, Owner, is an avid rider and does so much for his community. He welcomes everyone and offers a very motorcycle friendly establishment. If you are looking to enjoy a little slice of a gorgeous day. No Worries here. Halfway Haus has a large patio area and a large garage door that opens up the middle of the bar. You will If you are looking for a place to go for breakfast, lunch, dinner or anything in between, Jefferson Avenue Bistro is the place to go. Under

“New” Management, you will find this establishment offers so much more. They are open for breakfast at 8am and are there to serve you all day long. With an extensive and affordable menu with great lunch specials, you are sure to find many items that will hit your taste buds just right. Are you looking to host a party or a special occasion? Jefferson Ave. Bistro is the place to go. They have created an awesome niche that caters to all your party and entertaining

be able to enjoy that indoor/ outdoor feel. Whether you are cruising around town and you are looking for a place to grab a quick cold one or you just feel like hanging out all afternoon, Halfway Haus is the place to go. So, head down to 7900 Michigan Ave. And see why they are the best bar/patio in South St. Louis.

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I’ve been getting a lot of great responses to my subject topics. Thank you for your readership. This months topic is going to be quite an interesting one. “What you should NEVER say to a female biker!” I’ve have several comments thrown my way. Like, “Hey that’s a pretty cool Tricycle.” What, am I TWO. “Yeah, you gotta cool looking Tonka Toy Big Wheel too!” I have holster type leather belt bag. It is worn just like a old time gun holster. I put money, lipstick or any other female essentials that I may need. So inevitably I get snide comments every time I wear it. Such as. “Hey Babe, Whatcha Packin’?” I just turn around, smile and say “My husbands attitude and I’m about to whip it out on ya!” Then I turn around and walk away. They pretty much shut up after that. There’s really not much to say at that point. I had a friend of mine say that she was asked if she road that BIG bike all by herself. She just looked at him and said. “Why No! I have my BIG strong husband stand behind it and push while I scream with glee and yelled FASTER FASTER ,VROOOM VROOOM!” I couldn’t stop laughing after that one. Okay, let’s get back on our March topic. What was the hardest thing that you had to master when you started riding? Many of my ladies expressed the lack of confidence. Once they got over that, it was somewhat smooth sailing. One lady emailed me and told me that her biggest obstacle was getting the hang of the clutch and braking system. She never even drove a standard transmission. So training her mind and her hands to be ambidextrous was a little challenging. Here is a very interesting story from Claire of St. Charles. First she indicated that she was thrilled that Full Throttle Magazine was designating a piece of their magazine just for Female Riders. Hearing different

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stories, fears, concerns and even accomplishments from ladies like herself , is a breath of fresh air. She wrote that the hardest thing to overcome was the objection of her family. She is a widow with 3 grown children and 5 grandchildren. She is not going through any mid-life crisis. All she wants to do is live. Her and her husband loved life and both were very adventurous. They loved to sightsee and travel. When their family began to grow, they had to focus on the children but still enjoy the occasional adventure. With their children grown and gone, Her husbands health began to fail. One thing that her husband made her promise was to live life to the fullest. Have fun again, be adventurous again. When his time came, she grieved and morned. Her family rallied around and gave her the support she needed to get through this sorrowful time. The one promise that she never forgot was to love and to live life. That’s when she decided to by a Honda Shadow. She felt like Goldie Locks. Not to big. Not to small. Just right. Her family, especially her children was mortified. They couldn’t believe what she was doing. Claire could not believe the reaction she was getting. Her and her husband taught them all to love and live life to the fullest. But, she stood her ground, took a Motorcycle Riders Safety Course and did very well. She actually surprised herself. She began to develop friendships with other motorcycle riders. She started out slow. Taking short ride and eventually increasing those rides to longer and longer outings. This was over 5 years ago and has never regretted that decision. Her Husband would be very proud. Continue to email me your thought on this months topic. “What you should “NEVER” say to a female biker!” LADIES, LET’S CHAT! editor@fullthrottle-magazine.com

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Stopping Stigma In Its Tracks On Saturday, May 17, 2014, Crider Health Center, a non-profit, 501©3 organization headquartered in Wentzville, MO, will host its 2nd Annual Cruisin’ 4 Crider from 9 am to 3 pm at its Wentzville facility located at 1032 Crosswinds Court. Crider Health Center has been serving the health needs of the underserved community since 1979. Primarily known for its behavioral health services, Crider Health Center offers St. Charles, Warren, Lincoln and Franklin Counties so much more! In response to a survey that was done in 2006 concluding that a person with mental illness lives, on average, 25 years less than a person without mental illness, Crider expanded its mission and began offering an array of services that enables their consumers to live fuller, more productive, and healthier lives. Some of the services offered include adult primary healthcare, pediatrics, behavioral healthcare, dental services, counseling, school-based mental health services, prevention programming, and community supports. While Crider Health Center does accept some private insurance, the majority of consumers treated at their facilities are either uninsured, underinsured, receiving Medicare or Medicaid benefits, or living at or below poverty. In order to provide such a wide array of programs, Crider relies on grant funding and the generosity of corporate and private donors; however, with the ever expanding need for quality, affordable healthcare, it is never enough to fully meet the needs within the communities. Therefore, funds raised through special events go a long way in ensuring that Crider can continue to serve those in the community who need them most. Adopting a “wrap-around” approach, where services are wrapped around the individual or family, Crider Health Center has been instrumental in helping those with mental illness learn how to live with their illness—not suffer from it. However, barriers still exist for those who openly seek Page 10 health www.FullThrottle-Magazine.com mental treatment. “While mental illness

has been thrust into the media due to high-profile cases, there is still a lack of understanding and fear associated with it,” said Pam Matter, community engagement manager at Crider Health Center. “This fear leads society to place labels on those with mental illness creating a stigma that is difficult to eradicate. With one in four US adults suffering from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year, there is a growing need for mental health education.” Cruisin’ 4 Crider is an event that will unite bikers from around the St. Louis metro area in a campaign to raise awareness and educate the community about mental illness and STOP STIGMA IN ITS TRACKS. Last year, Crider Health Center reached out to the biking community for the first time to ask them to support this cause by taking a stand against stigma. “Like bikers, children and adults with mental illness face the stigma of societal labels every day,” said Matter. “While the biking community has been successful in softening their image over the years, the same cannot be said of those living with mental illness. The stigma is, oftentimes, so real that it forces those with mental illness to live their lives in the shadows of their illness—never receiving the help they need to live fuller, more productive, and healthier lives.” “It is important to understand that mental illness, much like heart disease or diabetes, is a disease and it is treatable,” said Matter. “Just as we would never be afraid of someone who told us they had a heart attack, we should not automatically fear someone who says they have bi-polar or depression. We need to understand that their disease does not define them.” How you can help! Sign up to participate in the 2nd Annual Cruisin’ 4 Crider today! The cost is $25 for an individual rider and $30 for a rider plus passenger. Each participant will take part in a scenic awareness ride through St. Charles and Warren Counties and receive access to the VIP Tent where FREE food and beverage will be pro-

vided, a FREE Cruisin’ 4 Crider bandana, Crider is extending the invitation to the non-biking community as well. “We would love to see the non-biking community come out to show support for those who are riding for this wonderful cause,” said Matter. “This is a family friendly event and there will be lots of exciting things to do.” The line-up of events includes a balloon release in honor or memory of those with mental illness, a children’s play area, live music, retail vendors, and much more. In addition, Crider plans to have several food trucks on site so the community can get a taste of their unique menus. By signing up to participate in Cruisin’ 4 Crider, participants will be showing those with mental illness that have the support of the community to step out of the shadows of their illness and into healthier lives. You will also be sending a message that labeling someone because of an illness is not only hurtful; it creates a barrier to treatment and services that can ultimately save lives.

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10:20 am Kickstands up (Awareness ride is expected to last approximately 2 hours) 10:30 am – 12:00 pm Food trucks, live music, children’s area, vendor area 12:00 – 12:30 pm Awareness ride ends at Crider Health Center in Wentzville 12:00 – 3:00 pm Food trucks, live music, children’s area, vendor area Register at www.cridercenter.org or by calling Pam Matter at 636-332-8327.

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Awareness Ride will begin and end at: Crider Health Center 1032 Crosswinds Court Wentzville, MO 63385 Schedule: Registration/Meet & Greet: 9-10 am Balloon Release: 10:05 am Kickstands Up: 10:20 am (Ride will last approx. 2 hrs)

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OUR SERVICE To pay tribute to your loved one’s passion for riding motorcycles. A biker’s funeral is about celebrating the life of an individual, not mourning their death. If there is a special road or place they loved to ride, I would be honored to take them down that stretch of road they enjoyed so much, one last time.


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I discovered Cycle Care Products back in 2002. I was skeptical about the product at first because I had tried many products over the years with bold claims and was always disappointed. I can say with no reservation that Cycle Care Products perform beyond my very picky expectations. I have a been a loyal Cycle Care user since 2002 and to this day will not put any other product on my bikes except Cycle Care products! When I owned the Motorcycle Dealership, Cycle Care was our “EXCLUSIVE” bike care products. We believed that we should sell only the best and that was, and is Cycle Care. If you care about your bike like I do, then Cycle Care is the only product for you. Pick some up today and start taking the best possible care of your bike! If your not using a Cycle Care product that is specifically designed for your motorcycle...You’re making a big mistake...

Motorcycling has benefitted from a lot of innovations that first appeared on cars, like disc brakes, radial tires, and fuel injection. Automotive cleaning products made their way to the two-wheel world, too, repackaged with new names and new labels with a motorcycle instead of a car. But when you sell automotive cleaning products repackaged for motorcycles, you’re not doing yourself or your customers any favors. Unlike cars, motorcycles consist of a number of surfaces made of different materials right next to each other. A car-based cleaner or polish that works on one surface might actually harm the one next to it. Enter Cycle Care, with its line of motorcycle-specific and motorcycle-friendly cleaning products specially formulated for the performance and durability you need for multi-surface motorcycle cleaning. The company was founded by self-described “clean freaks” Bobbie and Jerry Meadors. Instead of taking the easy way out––repackaging the same old car-based, motorcycle-unfriendly cleaners and polishes––they decided to do right by riders with a line of products designed specifically for motorcycles. They came up with a philosophy that applies to every Cycle Care product: “Our products will not harm any surface that water will not harm.” This philosophy led to some simple, but vital, goals: • Bike washing shouldn’t strip away wax or polish, or stain leather, scar windscreens, or leave hard-to-remove water spotting. • Bug-splat management begins before the splat with a durable polish/protectant that keeps the bug from sticking in the first place, making it easier to remove. • Windscreen maintenance should provide protection and durability, repel water, and keep the screen looking new. • Wheel cleaners shouldn’t damage your tires, your wheels, your person, your driveway, or the environment. • Leather, vinyl, and rubber protectors and conditioners don’t have to be oily, greasy, or slippery, and should be water and UV repellant. These are pretty tall orders for any cleaners, never mind repackaged automotive products, and that’s why Cycle Care stands alone among motorcycle cleaning products. All 15 of its motorcycle-specific cleaners meet these criteria. Not all bikes will require all 15 products, but given the wide range in the Cycle Care line, virtually every cleaning, polishing, and preservative need is met. Most Cycle Care products are available in multiple packages, from smaller retail sizes to gallon containers, and just recently Cycle Care introduced five of its products in 30-gallon poly drums for your shop’s service department. Cycle Care also produces and promotes a Detail Center point-of-purchase display that houses all 15 products and a 10-product Detailing Tool Accessory Assortment including microfiber towels and chamois, brushes, and other essential tools to make cleaning and detailing quick and easy. Ask your Parts rep about Cycle Care products, and see the entire line at www. cyclecare.com. Article Written by Jerry Smith

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I’m sitting here thinking of different things I’ve asked my elite riding club and several things came to mind. Why are we such a unique and eclectic club. What makes us stand out. OK, so, standing out might not be the best choice of words since we have a large rear end. The trike I’m talking out...Where’s your brain? Do you think that it is safer? All these questions are great. Here’s a question. What is the most unique looking trikes out there? There is a plethora of trike manufactures. They all have their own styling. My first trike was a Lehman Bandit. My second was a Motortrike. And now I own a Harley Triglide. Which Lehman is the manufacturer of the trike portion of the bike. But it doesn’t stop there, There are so many different and interesting trikes out there. For instance: Tim Cotterill better know at Frogman call this 1000 HP Rocket II. I can see why. Here’s why we are so unique. Take a look at this. I’m thinking Adams Family??

This is a Rat Bike totally.

OK. This one is really weird.

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Boss Hoss never fails to surprise me.

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Cardinals Home Opener

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Halfway Haus Inaugural Golf Tournament

May 3rd Cinco de Maya Party May 10th Bikini Bike & Car Wash BBQ & Washer Tournament Jefferson Ave Bistro April 18th

Crusin’Calendar Steve’s Spring Fling Poker Run Desoto, MO April 5th

Full Throttle Bar Owners Charity Poker Run April 12 April 13th 28th Anninversary Blessing of the Bikes Grand Slam Sports Bar & Grill

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It’s That Time of Year Again.....

Welcome back Full Throttle readers and riders! It’s that time of year once again! That time of year that all of us bikers simply cannot wait for. That time of year when it’s hard for any of us to get a good night’s sleep, but yet when the alarm goes off in the morning we all spring out of bed like little kids on Christmas morning! But as we all can tell by the recent weather change it is in fact not December, there is no snow on the ground and for once it looks like Dave Murray nailed the forecast. Spring is here, warm weather is here to stay, and it’s time to ride! As we rummage through our homes, garages, and closets to find all our gear that we stowed away such a long time ago, there is one thing that is furthest from our minds and that is…SAFETY! Now many of you would think that I, Marshall Tucker (yes, I am aware that there is a band with the same name) would not know what the definition of safety actually is, but unfortunately you are all wrong. The definition is… Safe•ty: The condition of being safe; freedom from danger, risk, or injury. So, there I said it, this simple word can often times be a real buzz kill, but most of us have moved on from the days of “hold my beer and watch this!” So I ask you, why would you want to live that way on your prized possession? Now, I’m not saying let’s all bust out the orange safety vest and forgo all the Page 30 www.FullThrottle-Magazine.com

fun that there is to be had. I’m just talking about the simple stuff, which many times tend to get overlooked. How many of you holding this magazine right now checked the tire pressure before you headed out for your first ride? Did you check the turn signals for functionality? Does your brake light work? Are your brakes themselves good? Some of you will say “Yes! I checked all these things!”, but I would guess for many of you the answer is most likely no. These are all things that should be checked every time you leave for a ride. These simple maintenance procedures, while they may seem trivial, may actually save your life. Low tire pressure can cause the tire to loose structural integrity, roll in on itself and could cause a lowside situation in which case the bike slides out from under you. Thinking you have a working turn signal when in fact it isn’t working, could set you up for a bad situation in traffic. Having a inoperative brake light is just simply setting you up for a nasty situation involving you and the person behind you who “Just didn’t see you?”. Do me and yourself a favor and do not wait for your annual state inspection to find out you if you have any issues with your bike. Doing a quick walk around of your bike before every ride, could be the difference between a great ride and well, a not so great ride. With the riding season fast approaching so is the battle of the roadways! Its “Cager” vs “Biker”! Two vs Four! and Windshields vs Windblown! Who will Win?!?! Unfortunately we are all a bit familiar with the outcome of this battle and it’s not a very good one. Now in years past I have shared the same attitude that many of you have, “Cars should watch out for me!” That was my mentality going into my first ride this season, when I realized that, that

kind of thinking is all wrong. For instance I was cruising down the highway and noticed a large BMW that almost hit a Ford F250 truck right in front of me. These are both very large vehicles, yet they still failed to see each other, let alone a motorcycle. We cannot rely on someone else to watch out for us. Especially with all the texting, eating, primping, and facebooking going on these days at 70mph! It’s our own responsibility to look out for ourselves and to have “situational awareness.” I’m not saying those who cause accidents shouldn’t bare some of the blame, but think of about the last time you had an “oops” moment in your car? Ever forget to check your blind spot or check your surroundings when you go to back out of a parking space? I know I have and I can admit that. Being aware of your surroundings should be a part of your riding technique, taking in all the information to the make the proper evasive maneuver should the situation arise. An old friend in the industry once told me “CYA” which means “Cover Your Ass!” The point being, no one can watch out for YOU, but YOU.

We, as bikers choose to ride and understand it’s a calculated risk every time we get on that motorcycle. But that risk can be greatly reduced by being safe. A part of the safety definition really stood out to me is…”freedom from danger.” This is OUR freedom isn’t it? This is how we escape from the rest of the world, relax, and truly enjoy ourselves. So as the season gets into full swing, remember we are ALL a little rusty. Both cars and motorcycles will have to get used to seeing each other out on the road again. So let’s all stay free and safe from danger this season by being aware of each other and sharing the road. Thanks for stopping by and ya’ll enjoy the ride! Marshall Tucker St. Charles Harley Davidson

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Just H

Well... No

Its So Much More t Just Hawgs.....It’s so much more. I would like you to meet Jason Hicks, Owner, inventor and a mastermind when it comes to the motorcycle industry. Just hawgs has been at the same location for over 21 years. Not only has this shop been in the same spot for many years, Jason owns the entire strip center where Just Hawgs occupies space. So, on top of everything else, Jason is a businessman and an entrepreneur. When is comes to motorcycles, Just Hawgs is the place to go. They specialize in just about everything from engine rebuilds to transmissions to complete builds from the ground up. But this alone did not put Jason on the map. Take a close look at these pictures. What don’t you see? There is a pretty important component that is required.

What you don’t see is the brake rotor and calipers. This innovative system is just one of many, Jason has created. This is his Mechanic Patent Pending Phantom Brake System. This system requires no rotors or calipers. Fascinating, right? The next thing that is quite fascinating is what Jason does with his brake lighting system. This

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Design patent Pending brake system is a slick and unique design. You don’t have to deal with these big or bulky lights that, let’s face it, are not esthetically appealing. Why not have them or maybe

in the swing arm in the side struts.

These lights are fully functional and also function as turn signals. Oh...It doesn’t stop there. He just keeps going. To continue with a slick, unique and esthetically appealing look. Take a look at these handlebars. Jason has invented a way to have fully functionality custom speedometer without all the bulk. This design gives you your speed, your RPM’s, your mileage, and it even has a clock.


ot really.


“Just Hawgs”” So you see Just Hawgs is not “Just Hawgs.” Jason is known for unbelievable custom work.

This talented individual is like no other. If there is something to discover, He’ll discover it. If there is something that he thinks that can work better, He’ll invent it. Take this awesome

custom chopper. This is a Hard Tail Chopper with a rubber mounted engine. This is virtually unheard of. Everything that Jason touches turns into a customized work of art. Who else would have thought to take a ‘95 Softtail Custom add a split tank, 300 rear tire and a V-ROD front end. If you are ever in the mood to have a tricked out custom chopper built just for you...JUST HAWGS is the place to go.

Special thanks to Jason Hicks for letting us come out and photograph some of his work. C. Blanton

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Ladies Garage Party Welcome to St. Charles Harley Davidson “Ladies Garage Party.” It was a great turn out. Very

shift you weight and gently lift the bike upright. The third stations dealt with an issue informative and educational. If you are a new female rider. that no one likes to have happen to them. This is a great way to obtain some What you do and how do you handle the of the knowledge that would prove situation if you drop your bike. If you are most beneficial as you ride. When riding in a group, you will most certainly we drove up to the dealership, the have help getting your bike back upright. But, if you are along, parking lot was pack. This is always a good what do you do. This method is Unisex. Women and men should sign. You walk in and they had everything know how to use this technique. First. If your bike is running, set up and organized. The Ladies first were make sure that you shut it off. Second, if there is any fluid leaking given an attendance gift. Coupon to use out, don’t try to pick it up. Call for at the dealership, a wine glass that had an help. Third, remember your kickadorable wine glass cozy (it’s about time stand. If you pick up the bike without Harley Davidson), & CHOCOLATES....Don’t forget the chocothe kickstand down it will rock and lates. Vendors were set up along the perimeter selling Jewelery, fall the Pampered Chef, and one table in particular was inviting the ladies other to host a party of...Well, How should I put this? Men, let’s just direction. say that you would not mind your ladies spending a few dollars on And last, these items. And of course our very own LOH was there lending a clear anything away from hand. your tires. Face away There were three stations set up. The first station was from the bike and squat down Motorclothes. Kim, who is has been with your lower back and butt working in the motorclothes depart- close to the seat. (You ment for years, gave a very inforwill be using all your lower mation instructional involving what muscle strength. You should not be straining you neck or arms.) Grab the hand grip and apply the break with your left hand and with your right hand, grab the rear fender. When you have a good grip, stable your feet and to do with your hair. Now, legs and begin to slowly rock the bike and push upward with your I have long, thick, course legs and walk back. Once you have the bike in the upright position, hair and if I don’t put it switch hand position on the break and rotate the front wheel to the back in some kind of holdleft and set the bike on the kickstand. If your bike is lying on the er, I would be brushing my left side, use the same technique. hair for a week trying to However, grab the hand-grip get all the rats out. Ladies, with your right hand and the rear with any length of hair, it is always good to pull it up, tuck it back fender with your left and once you or cover it to protect it from the wind and the sun. have the bike upright use your The next station talked about how to purchase the right foot to put the kickstand down. If size bike for you. When choosing a bike, you need to take into you are uncertain in anyway, call consideration the handlebar placement, the foot board/foot peg for help and have someone help placement, balance, weight, etc. Mo- you pick up the bike. torcycles come in all different sizes, The last thing that St. Charles Harley had was a Motorshapes and weight. It is best that you cycle Traffic simulator. This I got to experience myself. I consider grab a salesperson and have them myself an experience rider, but when I sat down to do the simshow you all the different styles there ulation, my brain left my head. (My husband would say.”That’s are. They will have you sit on them nothing new.”) It was almost like I was disoriented. But, once I got so you can feel how far of a reach the into the stride, I did pretty good. I scored a “A”. handlebars and foot pegs/board have. All in all St. Charles Harley did a great job putting toThe best advise I think they can give gether this garage party for the ladies and I do hope to see all of you is how to easily pick the bike up off the kickstand. It’s rather you out on the road. Remember always be safe and have the time of simple really. While the bike is still on the kickstand, take a hold of your life. the handlebars and rotate the front wheel all the way to the right. C. Blanton This will shift the weight of the bike to more of the center. Then

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Story and Photo’s by Roger Ferris


Muscle C

ave you ever thought to yourself that you wish you were born earlier so that you could have enjoyed the Muscle Cars when they came out of Detroit? I have two really good friends that were not only lucky enough to see them but lucky enough to have owned them. They owned all of the cool ones too, Corvette- Chevelle - Camaro- Mustang & even a few Barracudas. So if you want to hear some good stories, talk to Dan & Kathy McGuire who own this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. It was built by the factory as a generic no frills Camaro, but when they found it, they had ideas on what they wanted. They wanted to have a car from the good ‘Ole days that was a blast to drive, but, only better. They contacted me at Showcar Specialist to build that vision. After speaking with them a few times, we all agreed what needed to be done. You have heard the story so many times that starts off with “This truck/car started out as a shop vehicle”. This too started as a driver but it didn’t stop being a driver, we had the vision to have a really nice car that people would see it and say “HOLY S…” You get the idea. I told Dan & Kathy that I would treat this build as if I were building it for myself. We wanted all of the Modern and Safe items to be there like air conditioning, power steering,power brakes, power windows and of course plenty of POWER. With all of the options for engines now in days, we chose to buy a Crate engine from GM Performance, it is a RAMJET 350 with Fuel Injected and 350 Horse Power. To make sure the power gets to the pavement it has a 9” rear end with 3.55 Detroit True Trac gears. To handle the shifting it has a Kiesler Engineering 5 speed transmission with a hydraulic clutch. Again with it being a Driver you need to make sure it stops and stops easily, we installed Wilwood disc brakes at all 4 wheels with a high pressure Wilwood master cylinder and adjustable proportioning valve. To make the Camaro handle like it is on rails it has Hotchkins control arms, spindles and sway bars on the front and rear with KYB shocks making sure you don’t feel all of the bumps. The heating and air conditioning is from Vintage Air while cooling the engine is an aluminum radiator from Ron Davis with built in electric cooling fans, over flow tank and shroud. To keep the hot sun out we installed smoked glass all around with power windows by Electro Life. Making sure you hear the Camaro at FULL THROTTLE it has a fully polished stainless exhaust system that we made one of a kind with the exhaust tips coming out special openings in the rear valance. For a fuel system it has a Rick’s stainless tank system with the pump enclosed for the best fuel delivery. To keep an eye on things it has 6 Auto Meter gauges in a Carbon Fiber gauge panel and for steering that is handled by the Flaming River column and Waterfall steering wheel. With all of this it is a blast to drive with hardly any effort at all. When you first see this car you would think it was in good shape when they bought it, I thought the same thing. It had a brand new paint job on it and it was a basket case which is a lesson learned for most people, don’t buy one unless you have a lot of time and money to re-do it. We had to put it on a rotisserie and remove every part and fastener on it. We had to replace the full floor and trunk floor. To fast forward I will just say that almost every part on this car has been replaced except for the 8 bolts that hold the window guides in place. With this car you have to remember we had an idea of a budget we were going to try to adhere to so we didn’t get real crazy

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Car Mania

with custom body mods. We did try to make everything smooth and clean starting with under the car. Knowing that Dan was going to get a lift someday I wanted it to be easy to clean and something to be proud of when friends would come over and have a few cold ones. This is when things kind of got out of control, everything was painted and put back together using “ARP” polished stainless fasteners from Totally Stainless. With the 12 point fasteners and the attention to detail you can tell the bottom of this car was not just painted but it was a work of art. When you open the Cowl Induction hood it is another surprise when you first see the Ramjet engine, you would almost think the engine wouldn’t run because you don’t see all of the normal clutter you normally see. When doing the engine bay special attention was paid to all of the wiring, A/C -heater hoses and battery cables. For the engine drive accessories we used a March Performance Serpentine Drive System for the alternator, A/C compressor and power steering pump, all polished. It took a lot of extra work but it was worth it in the end. When it comes time to drive the car you want to be comfortable so we had Hytec Auto Trim add TEA’S bucket seats and a full custom leather interior which continues into the trunk. There are so many custom features on this Camaro it is hard to tell you all of them, but we can give you an idea of what some people think of them overall. Besides the joy of driving this car it is also fun showing it. We have only shown it at 3 car shows so far, the 1st time out it won “Best In Class” and “Best Engineered” at a local show. Then we took it to its 1st major judged showed in Springfield, IL to the Route 66 Mother Road Festival and Car Show. It won “Best ’67-’69 CAMARO” and “BEST ENGINE” with over 2500 cars and trucks registered. With our 3rd show we took it to our 1st in-door show in Kansas City, Mo. for the WORLD OF WHEELS SHOW. We won “BEST ’60-’69 Mild Custom Hard Top” which had a huge amount of cars in that class, we also won “OUTSTANDING UNDERCARRIAGE” overall. Both huge in an in-door show. So needless to say we here, at SHOWCAR SPECIALIST, are thrilled with how well the car is doing on or off of the road. If the headers weren’t turning colors from driving, it would have done even better. Like I said early in this story this car is STILL A DRIVER. If we lose points for driving, we make it up by having the fun driving, I think you know what I mean. With all builds we always have people who help us, with this build I would like to thank: Louis Jackson, Bill Clyne, Jeff Burke, Ron Conroy, Jeff Buzzetta, Jerry Neuhaus Sr. Scott McQuaid & Jerry Neuhaus Jr . DON’T FORGET! CHECK OUT NEXT MONTHS ISSUE TO SEE THE FINISHED PRODUCT OF THE BLACK DIAMOND BEAUTY.

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CRACK UP’S Rookie Cop

A rookie police officer pulled a biker over for speeding and had the following exchange: Officer: May I see your driver’s license? Biker: I don’t have one. I had it suspended when I got my 5th DUI. Officer: May I see the owner’s card for this vehicle? Biker: It’s not my bike. I stole it. Officer: The motorcycle is stolen? Biker: That’s right. But come to think of it, I think I saw the owner’s card in the tool bag when I was putting my gun in there. Officer: There’s a gun in the tool bag? Biker: Yes sir. That’s where I put it after I shot and killed the dude who owns this bike and stuffed his dope in the saddle bags. Officer: There’s drugs in the saddle bags too?!?!? Biker: Yes, sir. Hearing this, the rookie immediately called his captain. The biker was quickly surrounded by police, and the captain approached the biker to handle the tense situation: Captain: Sir, can I see your license? Biker: Sure. Here it is. It was valid. Captain: Who’s motorcycle is this? Biker: It’s mine, officer. Here’s the registration. Captain: Could you slowly open your tool bag so I can see if there’s a gun in it? Biker: Yes, sir, but there’s no gun in it. Sure enough, there was nothing in the tool bag. Captain: Would you mind opening your saddle bags? I was told you said there’s drugs in them. Biker: No problem. The saddle bags were opened; no drugs. Captain: I don’t understand it. The officer who stopped you said you told him you didn’t have a license, stole this motorcycle, had a gun in the tool bag, and that there were drugs in the saddle bags. Biker: Yeah, I’ll bet he told you I was speeding, too.

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Happily Married Badass Biker Bob wakes up at home with a huge hangover. He fores himself to open his eyes, and the first thing he sees is a couple of aspirins and a glass of water on the side table. He sits up and sees his clothing in front of him, all clean and pressed. Bob looks around the room and sees that it is in perfect order, spotless, clean. So is the rest of the house. He takes the aspirins and notices a not on the table: “Honey, breakfast is on the stove, I left early to go shopping. Love you.” So he goes to the kitchen, and sure enough there is a hot breakfast and the morning newspaper. His son is also at the table, eating. Bob ask, “Son, what happened last night?” His son says, “Well, you came home after 3AM, drunk and delirious, broke some furniture, puked in the hallway, and gave yourself a black eye when you stumbled into the door.” Confused, Badass Bob asks, “So, why is everything in order and so clean, and breakfast is on the table waiting for me?” His son replies, “Oh, that! Mom dragged you to the bedroom, and when she tried to take your pants off, you said, “Woman, leave me alone, I’m married!”

Long to Live

The biker lady has a heart attack and is taken to the hospital. While on the operating table, she had a near death experience. Seeing God, she asked, “Is my time up?”God said, “No, you have another 43 years, 2 months, and 8 days to live.” Upon recovery, the woman decides to stay in the hospital and have a facelift, liposuction, and tummy tuck. Since she had so much more time to live, new roads to ride, she figured she might as well look even nicer. After her last operation, she was released from the hospital. While riding her motorcycle home, she was run into by a delivery truck and killed. Arriving in front of God, She Demanded, “I thought you said I had another 40+ years? How come you didn’t pull me out of the path of the freakin’ truck?” God Replied, “I didn’t recognize you.”

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