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Letter from the Publisher


t’s June already and the summer is here. There are many things going on and we are right there to bring you all of it! We are proud to announce our new Albany Area sales rep... Toni Schimmenti, she is from the Albany area, she has been riding for years, and she is this month’s Woman in the Wind. She's been in sales for years and now wants sell for an industry and lifestyle she loves; motorcycle. Welcome!!!! We are growing day by day and are bringing you new stuff each month. The Fast Lane Biker Bike Nights are off to a good start and everyone is really enjoying the good times. Thanks to all of you who come out each month. Don’t forget to support our advertisers, the ones who bring you this magazine each month, we genuinely appreciate it. Wherever you live, encourage your local dealership, builder, and Harley shop to advertise, so we can bring you more and more content each month. Remember, we are the only TRUE state wide magazine in New York. Remember to send your event in 'Word Doc' format or just drop it into your email then send it to Debbie, Toni or me, to be listed in the free event section, NO FLYERS please, by the 15th of each month. Contact one of us also to advertise your event and get full event coverage. We know there’s a lot of Club drama and things going on up state NY this season. Everyone has the same interest, riding their motorcycles and having fun. Hopefully everyone remembers that. It’s just another reason why we are an independent magazine and don’t get involved with the politics of the Out Law clubs. We are a family magazine, and enjoy bringing you all the great content from around the state and other states as well. We pride ourselves on getting along with everyone everywhere. We will have a beer with anybody and then a few more, LOL. We thank you, our readers, for your support and encouragement. We are very pleased with all the praise for the magazine each month. We promise to keep bringing you what you want.

New York’s Biggest, Best, Baddest Motorcycle Magazine!! Until Next month, keep your Knees in the breeze!

Frank and Nancy Fast Lane Biker New York FA S T L A N E B I K E R


LIST OF CULPRITS NATIONAL PUBLISHER Mark Ruzicka PUBLISHER Frank DiChristina EDITOR Nancy Bucko CONSULTING EDITOR Gene Schoeck LAYOUT & DESIGN Sherry Krial . Home at Work... KNOWN ASSOCIATES: PHOTOGRAPHY Mark Vetrini, Frank D., Nancy Bucko, Joe Gunther, Debbie & John Landers, JT Landers, Lou Pell, Joe Parisi, G.W.S., Liz Devine CONTRIBUTING WRITERS J.P. Fager, Larry Mazalatis, Mark Vetrini, Frank D, Nancy Bucko, Debbie & John Landers, Joe Gunther, Lou Pell, Mean Gene, AZ Stretch

WOMAN THAT SHE IS by Sorez The Scribe

After a hard days work And a nice long ride He comes home to her She waits with patient excitement He shuts it down enters the house Into her loving arms With a kiss like the first Not the last She’s ready to ride The leather vest, chaps, jacket Fitting her extremely well Hair flowing down her back Glistening in the sun No need for her to follow She’s right there by your side Astride her bike and one with you Out there on the road That wonderful righteous Woman that she is

NEW YORK STATE SALES Debbie & Jonh Landers - 315-633-2049 WESTERN NY SALES Gene Schoek - 607-241-5107 EASTERN NY/ALBANY SALES Tonni Schimmenti - 518-858-3870

FASTLANE BIKER PO Box 276 Franklin, NJ 07416 Phone: 973-209-0100 .

FRONT COVER: Feature Bikes: Strong Island Choppers & Jon Bateman; Babe of the Month: Lawren on Howards Killer Custom.

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This guy is 72 years old and loves to fish.

He was sitting in his boat the other day when he heard a voice say, “Pick me up.” He looked around and couldn’t see anyone. He thought he was dreaming when he heard the voice say a gain, “Pick me up.” He looked in the water and there, floating on the top, was a frog. The man said, “Are you talking to me?” The frog said, “Yes, I’m talking to you. Pick me up then, kiss me and I’ ll turn into the most beautiful woman you have ever seen. I’ll make sure that all your friends are envious and jealous because I will be your bride!” The man looked at the frog for a short time, reached over, picked it up carefully, and placed it in his front breast pocket. Then the frog said, “What, are you nuts? Didn’t you hear what I said? I said kiss me and I will be your beautiful bride.” He opened his pocket, looked at the frog and said, “Nah, at my age I’d rather have a talking frog.” ~~~~~~~~ Twelve priests were about to be ordained. The final test was for them to line up in a straight row, totally nude, in a garden while a sexy, beautiful, big breasted, nude model danced before them. Each priest had a small bell attached to his weenie and they were told that anyone whose bell rang when she danced in front of them would not be ordained because he had not reached a state of spiritual purity. The beautiful model danced before the first candidate, with no reaction. She proceeded down the line with the same response from all the priests until she got to the final priest, Carlos. Poor Carlos. As she danced, his bell began to ring so loudly that it flew off, clattering across the ground and laid to rest in nearby foliage. Embarrassed, Carlos quickly scrambled to where the bell came to rest. He bent over to pick it up.... Then all the other bells started to ring. 4


OCC SPRING OPENER BIKE SHOW & CHARITY MOTORCYCLE POKER RUN April 24th, 2010 14 Crossroads Court . Newburgh, NY 12550

It was a perfect day to kick off the season at O.C.C’s annual Spring Opener Motorcycle Show and charity run, which benefited the Make-A Wish Foundation. Hundreds showed up to join in the run and enjoy the show and all its vendors. They also had kid’s games, a bounce house, food, and much more. What a great day to take in the festivities and check out the incredible bikes inside the huge O.C.C Headquarters. If you’ve never been there you are missing out! They have tons of the themed motorcycles from the show, shirts, boots, motorcycle parts, rims, tires, accessories, jackets, rain gear, and everything else you would ever need or want. They even have a Marvel Comic collection of toys and shirts, with Paul Sr himself on some! They have a busy year planned at O.C.C and a lot of it has to do with aiding the local community. Through charity runs and with support from the local businesses, including yours truly, O.C.C has been generously planning ways to “give back”. They called me 2 months ago to tell me about upcoming plans that would involve me and my local New York motorcycle magazine and I am honored to be a part of it. O.C.C is a business that doesn’t forget where it came from. They work closely with all the local New York businesses and communities around them and involve them any way they can. It says a lot about the characters of the men behind O.C.C. Plan on seeing big things from O.C.C this season and check off your calendars for events coming up! Come out and have fun with them, the team, and Fast Lane Biker NY. We’re talking motorcycle shows, car shows, charity rides, runs, poker runs, and much, much more. Their next event is May 22nd, a summer kick off event and charity bike ride that you don’t want to miss! Stay informed by checking out their ads in FLBNY, or by visiting their web site,







Events Calendar New York State Bike Nights You can’t go if you don’t know

Long Island 1st Thursday of the Month Fast Lane Biker NY “Bike Night” At The Tack Room Bar, 4274 Hicksville Rd, Bethpage, NY.(516)470-0830 1st Thursday of the Month. Music by Sea Monster, Food, Motorcycle Trophies, Best MC Award, BBQ,50/50, Raffles, Be in an issue of Fast Lane Biker Magazine NY. Sponsored by Big Boar Cycles, ReNU Powder Coating. 2nd Wednesday of the Month Fast Lane Biker NY and Trashed M.C. Present: “ Bike Night” at Mers Pub, 545 Fulton Street (Rt. 109) Farmingdale, NY 11735 (516) 531-9827. Food, Raffles, 50/50’s, Trophies for Best Overall, Paint, Custom, Chrome. Good people. Good Times. Sponsored by Street Smart Cycles, Kick Start Towing, and ReNU Powder Coating. New York State 4th Wednesday of the Month Fast Lane Biker NY and Lamination Preservation Present “Bike Night” at Chico’s BBQ and Restaurant, 2490 Western Ave. Guilderland, NY (518) 456-0940. Music, Food, Motorcycle Trophies, 50/50’s,Raffles, Drink Specials, Spot Light Builder appearances, Fast Lane Biker Magazine Converge every Month, be in the magazine every month. Sponsored By Modern Welding School and JJ’s Cycles. Rain date the Following Wed. 2nd Tuesday of Each Month May-Sept, 5:30-9pm . Bike show, a DJ, and food available. Door prizes etc. 1397 Broadway, Watervliet, NY. June 8th, July 13th, Aug 10th, Sept 14th NEW YORK CITY AREA June 6th . New Roc Harley Davidson Motorcycle Olympics Come Compete, See web sire for details_ www.NRHD. com June 6th . Leathernecks M.C. 5th Annual Warrior Run BBQ, Beverages and good times. 46 Ontario ave, Marine Corp. League. Starts Midland Ave. June 19th . Ride4Aiden - Ride 4 Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Awareness - This is in memory of Aiden who became an angel in heaven when he was 60 days old of s.i.d.s. This is an effort to bring awareness to s.i.d.s. and promote more education to new parents/caregivers and promote infant/child CPR. This is a 40 mile NYPD Highway escort ride, food, music after the Ride. For more info


contact Nancy at 917-941-2304 or write ride4aiden@aol. com. Time: Registration - 10:00am, Wheels Turn @ 1:00pm Sharp! Place: 200 Monroe Street, New York, New York 10002, Cost: $10.00

June 27th . Insane Riders M.C. 4th Annual Parkinson’s Research Benefit - 12-4pm at Wild Boar. 507 Sequine Ave, $10 Donation includes free food, Live Music and More. NEW YORK STATE June 4th - 6th . Thunder in Old Forge Sponsored by Central Adirondack Association. The event is headquartered at North Street Pavilion in Old Forge. Gates open at 3:00 pm on Friday. The event will include vendors, rides, a bike show, bike parade, music, food, tattoo contests, parties and more. Admission is $5.00 for the weekend. Rides will include self guided rides, guided rides, and a police escorted bike parade to Thendara and back. The parade will take place on Sunday. Bike show entry is $15.00 per bike. Bikes will be judged in 12 different categories and trophies will be given to winners. For more information call (315) 354-5532, (315) 3696777, click here to send e-mail, or go to http://www. June 5th . Bike Blessing and Ride starts and ends at Cobblestone Inn rt 33 Locke NY 11 am rain or shine free food and ride after blessing info 315 4977 0705 June 5th . The 10th Annual Poker Run Info 315 254 7093 or 315 455 1073, Club House for ABATE Wolf Street, Run sign in at 11am, kick stands up at 12 noon June 5th . Ridin’ For A Reason to Benefit Camp Good Days and Special Times, sign up’s at Rush Creekside Inn & Arkport Cycles from 10am til Noon, $20 per bike Parade style ride. Ride leaves at Noon. all vechicles welcome, ride ends in Dansville at the Skybrook Camp Grounds, for info: call Dick 585-746-1688 or Lynn 585-764-3231 June 5th . Here Comes the Sun Bike Run (Rain date 6/19) East Side Bar & Grill, 624 Rt. 52, Walden, NY, $25 per rider/$40 couple, Registration: 8:30 - 10:30 am, KSU: 10:30 am, 2 hour scenic ride, Free Breakfast, Hot Lunch, Live Music & Raffles. REGISTER ON LINE: http:// OR VIA MAIL BY MAY 20TH & RECEIVE $5 RAFFLE TIX. Enclose check or money order payable to: AFSP, HV Chapter / Mail To: AFSP*378 Violet Avenue*Poughkeepsie, NY 12601. Maria Idoni, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), Area Director Hudson Valley Chapter, 914-417-7993 June 5th . RIDIN’ FOR A REASON ALL PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT “CAMP GOOD DAYS” 10

$20.00 per bike of car, sign up @ 10:00 -NOON. Registration @ the “CREEKSIDE” in Rush or “ARKPORT CYCLES” in ARKPORT, a 70-80 mile run through wine country and ends @ Skybrook Campground on McCurdy Rd. in Dansville. Come camp for the weekend, special rated. Contact SKYBROOK at 585-335-6880. Friday night we will have music by “LEGACY” there will be vendors, trophies, prizes, food and music sponsored by the Conesus Lake Riders (AMA sanctioned) then join us for the 1st annual “ROCKIN FOR A REASON” live bands featuring: “The Trolls” & “Vendetta” admission is $5.00 at the gate, rain or shine . for more info: Camp Good Days at 585-624-5555, Ed Greek at 585-615-5675

by a BBQ at 6pm for $10. Sun- Bloody Sunday: free Bloody Mary’s at the Tiki Bar 10-noon there will also be a horseshoe tourny and a clambake on Sat and Sun that start a 3pm each day this event will happen rain or shine and there will be booze runs available June 11th-13th . The Rhinebeck Grand National Super Meet Vending info call 845-242-2010 June 7th-13th . Americade Motorcycle Rally - Lake George Only 354 miles from Buffalo! The 28th edition of the World’s Largest Multi-Brand Rally, Americade attracts 60,000+ motorcyclists to the Adirondack Mts. each June. Highlights of the AMA sponsored event include: the TourExpo Tradeshow with over 240 vendors, Manufacturers Demo Teams , Guided and Unguided MiniTours, Boat Cruises, Charity Poker Runs, a Scavenger Hunt, Daily Seminars and Evening Featured Speakers, Fashion Shows, tens of thousands in Door Prizes, a Friday Night Dinner Spectacular and Fireworks show, Entertainment, and more! Pre-Registration opens early February. Post register at the Holiday Inn, Lake George. Come for the Rally... Stay for the Rides!

June 5th . The Road Agents presents 2nd Annual Dirt Drags Lime Rock Speedway, 21 Flint Road Caledonia, NY, (Lime Rock Speedway is located just west of Caledonia, off Route 5 on Flint Rd.), sign up 9am-11am, Racing starts and NOON, ATV and Motorcycle, Trophies for all Classes, Admission: $15. Additional $5 to race, $25 a couple/ 12 and under free, tickets good all day and night, General Information (585) 590-2228, Vendor Information (585) 343-7917 June 5th . ABATE of Onondaga Chapter 10th Annual Motorcycle Run on Saturday at the Loop Grill/Meeting Hall, 1114 Wolf St. Syracuse NY, 11am12pm SIGN UP... kick stand up at High Noon-be gassed up and ready to go, $10 donations 5 stops-TBA, open to the public “Let those who ride decide”. Contact 315-2547093 / 315-455-1073 / or HQ @ 315-849-5410. Fight for your Motorcycle Rights... before they are gone...

June 12th . Finger Lakes Abate 12th Annual Dice Run Abate’s Memoriam to Honor Walt Rutski #FL001 (rain date July 24th). Starting at Arkport Cycles, Arkport NY. Ride participants: discounts will be offered on run date. Sign up: 10am til Noon. $10.00 per rider/ $5.00 per passenger, this is not a parade style run. ride in you own group. Run is approx 100 miles. Trophies awarded for top 3 dice rolls plus lowest roll and largest group. Food and beverage will be available, door prizes will be given. Call 585-728-5246 or 585-739-4797. All proceeds of this event will be used for Motorcycle Safety and Awareness

June 6th . Jeffersonville Fire Dept 4th Annual A Ride Through the Mountains Poker Run and Expo. Registration from 9am till Noon at the Jeffersonville Fire Dept. Jeffersonville NY. Donation $20 single rider/ $30 for dual riders, includes chicken BBQ, refreshments and live entertainment. For info: call Bill H. 845-482-4176/ Matt 845-482-4289/ Bill P. 845-482-5221 or Walt 845-807-6058

June 12th . Angels Among Us Motorcycle Run In memory of Stephanie “Stevie” Kinmartin 2/8/572/16/08. Bike run registration 1pm, leave 2pm from Openers 7901 Seneca Street East Aurora, NY 14052. 6pm party after the run. $25 donation includes Pig roast, salad, beer, pop, 50/50, Chinese Auction and live music by Joe and The Smoes! Proceeds benefit the Cancer Society.

June 6th . Punishers M.C. 2nd Annual Biker Bash Daisy Dukes . 2235 Empire Blvd . Webster, NY . 3pm9pm, $10 Per Person, Kid Kurry Band, Vendors, Raffle for 54” TV, More Info call 698-4605

June 12th . Women’s Fun Run More details to be announced! Gowanda Harley Davidson 2535 Gowanda Zoar Road, Gowanda, NY

June 6th . Prospect Mountain Memorial Service to Honor ALL POS’s/MIA’s of all past and present wars 41st ceremony will be held at the summit of Prospect Mountain Veterans Highway in Lake George NY

June 12th . Sons of Sam Run for the Legion Ride American Legion Post 800, 307 Main St., Groton NY starts at 11am to 1pm ride around Owasco Lake ending at legion vendors food music 50/50 $10 to benefit American Legion

June 10th-13th . Olympic Run Lake Placid NY... More details to come . email: or for info

June 12th . Stillwater American Legion Riders - Post 490 3RD ANNUAL POKER RUN FOR HOMELESS VETERANS . Location: Stillwater American Legion POST 490, 58 LAKE ST. STILLWATER, NY 12170. POST 490 Phone No.: 6648037. Details: Registration from 8 - 10am. Cost: rider $15, passenger - $10. Free rally pin with pre-registration - Deadline May 29th, 2010. Includes:pigroast, 50/50,

June 11th-13th . 4th Annual North Country Bikers Weekend Lanz’s Motel Cottages & RV Campground in the Thousand Islands. Cottages, Motel Rooms, Campsites (first come, first serve) for Reservations call Lanz: 315-686-5690. FriLive Blues on the Beach. Sat- Bike Ride at noon followed 11

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August 7th . 5th Annual Ride for Ben Gowe Ben was killed when debris was purposely placed in the road on Ct Rt 23.In the morning of 8/7/05 a amilbox in a concrete milk jug was his doom.He never had a chance,no one was even charged for this crime. Ride leaves Wander Inn Co Rt 3 Constantia 12 noon sharp.Stops are Osceola Hotel,Kasoag Lake Happy Valley Inn respectively ends back at Wander Inn around 6pm. Shotgun Sunday, this is an Awareness Ride, there is no poker run or money involved all are welcome, questions call Mike Hinkleman Constantia NY 315 623 7372

raffles,music and more. More Info: call Jammie 518541-2524, call Carole 518-541-2324, or e-mail Sue@ Help support the Saratoga County Veterans Home in Ballston Spa, NY 12020. June 12th . North Shore Ride Her Run leaves from Wander Inn info 315 623 9774 June 26th . The Greyt Ride to Benefit GALs and assist with rescued greyhounds. Registration begins 9:30am - Ride begins 11:00am. Host: Springville Travelers MC, 14340 Rt 219, Springville NY 14141. Enjoy a scenic ride through the southern tier with multiple stops to roll the dice. Trophies for top scores to be awarded. Several drawings for door prizes. Food & Beverages will be available. Cost is $10. per person. Pre-Sale Tickets available.Contact: Laura Pike, 716.867.9822, email: info@greyhoundactio, web: Proceeds to benefit GALs * 501c3 not-for-proft * Rescued Greyhounds

August 21st . Twist of Fate MC First Annual “Ride for Everyday Heroes” . $15 biker, $10 passenger @ Thunderin’ Cycles, Watertown . Registration 9 a.m. Kickstands up at 11 a.m. Benefits the Watertown Vet Center and Multiple Sclerosis Center of Northern New York. $3,000 raffle for custom bike paint job - tickets on sale now - visit or email for more info LONG ISLAND

June 26th . New Hampton Fire Department 2nd Annual Poker Run . (raindate June 27th) . $20 to ride/$25 with passenger. Registration at 9am with coffee and donutsKickstands up at 10am, Lunch included! 60 mile ride starts and ends at the Firehouse at 5024 Route 17M in New Hampton NY. Cash prize for best poker hand and lots of prizes from local sponsors. email:

June 5th . Miracle Mile Harley Davidson “Open House” Free BBQ, music, prizes, deals. Rain date June 12th. June 19th . Run to the VA in Honor of SSGT John Thorburn. Staging at 10am at Renegade Classics, 244 Commack Rd.. Kick stands up at 11am.BBQ, 50/50,live music by Johnny Avino and More.$20/rider,10 passenger and $10 walk up at event. More info call 631-294-5248

June 26th . American Legion Riders Second Annual Ultimate Combo Event . To benefit Erie County Legion Past Commanders Scholarship Program. Coffee, Donuts, Pig Roast, Fresh Carved Turkey & Ham, Corn, Sausage w/Peppers & Onions, Raw & Steamed Clams, Unlimited Draft Beer, Music, Buffalo Jills, 50/50, $100 Cash Door Prize, Black Jack Tables, Dice Run Trophies, and Rider Pins - $25.00/bike plus $15.00 with passenger

June 19th . Christian Motorcycle Club Association Benefiting the Prodigal House from 4-8pm, At the Marine Corps Building, 99 Iwo Jima Blvd, Free Food, Beverages, door prizes, Dj’s LJ and Ted and Live Music by The Paul Paoli Band. $10 Donation. Rain or Shine. June 26th . North Shore Motorcycles “Open House” 2065 Jericho Tpke,12pm-4pm.BBQ, Giveaways , DJ, and More. Also Chance to win a Redneck Eng Custom Motorcycle. Portion of proceeds will go to Rescue Ink. Rain Date: July 10th. More Info call 516-352-5555

June 26th-27th . The Hog Farm Annual Memorial Campout Brothers and sisters in the wind not forgotten! Have a taste and remember. Party like there is no tomorrow! Everyone is welcome to enjoy a night of camping, BYO, fishing, swimming, hiking, relaxing, music, 50/50, bon-fire, Movies under the stars and more! The Wall will be displayed in memory of our Brothers & Sisters. All at the Hogarosa, on top of the world! Weekend Camping is available! The Hogarosa Private Campgrounds, 219 Expressway (North from Springville or South from Buffalo), exit Genesee Road. East on Genesee 1/4 mile, make left hand u-turn on Summitt Lane off Drake, to dead end to Hogarosa Lane.

June 27th . Fire Riders Christmas in June Toy Run At Applebee’s in Hicksville. To benefit the children of St. Christopher’s. Sign up from 9am-12pm, Run will leave from Applebess’s,938 S Broadway, Rte.107. Breakfast will be served courtesy of Applebee’s and Panera Bread. BBQ to follow. $10 Donation & Unwrapped Toy. No Stuffed Animals. More Info June 27th . 5th Annual Run for Awareness Proceeds to benefit Stonybrook Hospital child life Program, Sign up Bellmore Train Station from 10:30am till Noon. Party to follow at Breakers, 12 Bayville Ave in Bayville. Food, Raffles, Vendors, Prizes, Live Music, and More. $10 Donation. More Info

June 27th . Regent Riders Bingo Run More details to be announced. July 18th . Motorcycle Run to Benefit Mary Cariola Children’s Center held on July 18th 2010. Hogs & Roses


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BENEFITING THE RONALD McDONALD HOUSE NEW ROC HARLEY-DAVIDSON 8 Industrial Lane, New Rochelle, NY . Sunday May 2nd, 2010

No one could’ve asked for a better day to attend this quality event! For those of you who may not know, the Ronald McDonald House is a charity that temporarily houses the families of children who are being treated for cancer at hospitals that may be very far away from where they live. Bikers turned out by the hundreds for a police escorted ride, then back to New Roc Harley for a BBQ, pig roast, prizes , raffles, and some cool T shirts for everyone who rode on the run. There were two terrific bands keeping the crowd entertained, and a bounce house that kept the kids entertained including my daughter, Angelina. There was even a special appearance by Ronald McDonald himself, which the kids just loved, and Angelina was thrilled when she got to talk to him! The Yonkers M.C. and the Shield and Cross M.C. lent a major helping hand to this great cause. Gritz from the Yonkers M.C. was the man on the mic all day, keeping the crowd informed and moving things along. Big thanks go to Jack from the Yonkers M.C for lending me some sun block spray for my daughter. Much appreciated! Bikers are always looking out for one another, aren’t they? No favor is too big or too small when it comes to the type of people that make up the biker world! New Roc H.O.G was also helping out, lending all of their great support. Motorcycle riders and enthusiasts came out in full force to have a great time and help the Ronald McDonald House. Hats off to New Roc Harley for organizing such an important event and being there for the kids. Frank and his helper Angelina






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THE BLESSING OF THE BIKES April 25th, 2010 By: Debbie Landers

This year was the 26th blessing of the bikes and we had two great people covering it from both ends of the city. JT started at OC’s and Kathy started at the Loop. Both groups were very large and all met up at St.Daniel’s Church on Court Street. There were some rain clouds that seemed like they wanted to interfere but everyone just took it as an extra blessing!! After the blessings, groups of bikers and passengers headed to either OC’s for a bikers’ buffet or to the Loop for a chicken BBQ. Here’s to a year where all of our blessings pay off!!!







COUNTY LINE CHOPPERS OPEN HOUSE May 1st, 2010 . Phoenix, NY By: JT Landers It was a very good turn out as usual with many more bikes this year. the weather was fine, with great food, friends, music, bikes, and sunshine…can’t get any better then that. Pat is very busy with two more builds going on. Let the pictures tell the story.




Marking the 35th anniversary of Evel Knievel’s famous Wembley Stadium jump in London on May 26, 1975, the Harley-Davidson Museum will host True Evel: The Amazing Story of Evel Knievel, this summer celebrating the iconic stuntman’s life and legend. During his seminal attempt to jump 13 London buses, Knievel crashed on the landing, broke his pelvis, and announced a brief retirement to 90,000 fans following the event, although he later staged several other high-profile jumps. Acts like this cemented the legendary showman’s persona, which inspired people around the world including generations of would-be backyard daredevils and professional stunters alike, still reverberates today. “Like so many other kids growing up in the 1970s, I was a big fan of Evel Knievel, and I am thrilled to bring this exhibit celebrating his amazing life and career to a new audience. His spirit resonates with people of all ages, and there definitely is a little Evel in all of us, even if you’ve never ridden a motorcycle,” said Bill Davidson, Vice President of the Harley-Davidson Museum. In that spirit, the Harley-Davidson Museum invites visitors this summer to an exhibit that celebrates America’s favorite daredevil through an exclusive, first-of-its-kind temporary exhibition - the largest the Museum has ever presented. Setting numerous death-defying feats over his career, Knievel’s bike of choice was the Harley-Davidson XR-750 and he was sponsored by the Motor Company through most of the 1970s. From Knievel’s early start as a side-show character in Butte, Montana, to his transformation into a larger-than-life master showman, marketer, and folk hero with international appeal, the 10,000-square-foot exhibit will engage visitors with the story of the man behind the seemingly fearless performer. Visitors will see legendary pieces including his signature leathers and cane, personal photographs and letters, collectors’ toys and memorabilia, and the rocket-inspired Skycycle X-2 used in Knievel’s infamous 1974 attempt to jump Idaho’s Snake River Canyon. The exhibit runs July 10 through September 6 and tells the story of Evel Knievel through fascinating artifacts drawn from both the Harley-Davidson Archives and the Knievel family collection. For more information about the True Evel exhibit or the Harley-Davidson Museum, log onto

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STRONG ISLAND CHOPPERS Builder: Strong Island Cycles Model: SIC Bobber Engine: SIC / H-D Primary: Street Style Mid West Trans: 6 speed Frame: SIC / Kustom Werks 34 rake 2� stretch Front End: SIC / Street Smart / H-D Brakes: Rear: sproket brake Hawg Halters

Front: 4 piston Hawg Halters Rims: Front: 21x3.5 80 spoke Rear: 15x7 80 spoke Hand controls: Jay Brake Foot controls: Stampede MC Advantages Handle bars & switches: SIC Seat: SIC / Chopper Shocks / Leather Scott Huntington Leather Paint: SIC / Lou Costa Powder coat Re-nu Chrome: Super Chrome

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Lawren Sawyer is a full time model and is yet another example of a beautiful “Jersey Girl”. She has appeared in several publications, a variety of websites and advertisements. Check her out online at You’ll be glad you did. She is seen here on “Holes” the hubless beauty from Howards Killer Customs which was one of our 2008 Featured Builders at Fast Lane Biker’s 1st Annual Rally at the Rock held in the Poconos of PA at the Split Rock Resort in Lake Harmony. You can find out more about Howard on his website located at www.howardscustoms. com or at www. howardshubless. com.

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MODEL: ENGINE: Capacity: Builder: Cases: Crank: Bearings: Connecting: Barrels: Bore: Stroke: Pistons: Compression Rat: Cams: Lifters: Pushrods: Heads: Ports:

Custom Built 2006 Bobber 2006 Gladiator 131 c.i. H&L Performance Mid-West S&S Racing Wheels S&S S&S Supreme H&L Performance 4 & 3/16 4&¾ Ross Racing 11.5:1 678 Lift, 268 Duration, 30/58 intake, 62/26 Exhaust V-Thunder S&S H&L Performance D Shape Hand Ported

Rockers: Valves/Springs/ Retainers: Oil Pump: Oil: Oil Filter: Manifold: Ignition: Carburetion: Fuel: Air Cleaner: Exhaust:

S&S Roller V-Thunder H&L Performance Amsoil Westbury Hot Rods Beehive S&S D Crane Hi-4 S&S Super G 110 Octane mixed with 91 Octane RSD Young Choppers with cut out exhaust covers

Estimated/Actual Power: 150 rear wheel TRANSMISSION: Year: 2006

Type: Roadmaxx Number of Gears: 6 speed Gear change/Controls: Performance Machine mid-controls Clutch: Performance Machine Primary Drive: Performance Machine Belt Rear Drive: 520 Chain SUSPENSION: Front (type) Triple Trees: Extension/Rake: Rear/Stretch:

Kiwi Indian Leaf Spring Built into the 1” Bars None/30* Rake Back Breaker/3” Stretch

WHEELS: Front Wheel: Front Tire: Rear Wheel: Rear tire: Brake Sprotor:

Chica Invader 21” Metzler 90/90 21 DNA Daytona 18x8.5 Metzler 240/18 Flyrite Choppers

Brake Lines: FRAME: Type: Year: Model: Rake: Stretch: Seat Pan: Leather Work:

Hand bent stainless Rigid Bobber Based off a 1915 Dayton Ball Buster 30 Degrees 3” Stretch Paco & Owner Custom Leathers by: Jerry Wall

CONTROLS: Handlebars: 1” Custom by Hank Young Grips/Levers: Performance Machine Risers: Built into the Bars Master Cylinder: None Switchgear: None Mirrors: Performance Machine Headlight: 5” bought on EBay Performance Machine Gear Change: Foot pegs/Mid- Controls: Performance Machine Taillight: No School Choppers GUARDS/TINWORK: Front Guard: Invisible Rear Guard: DNA Choppers Fuel Tank: Mike Saligoe Oil Tank: Mike Saligoe Trim: None Any Other Modifications: Flying Eyeball Nut Cover Paint: House of Color Color: Black/White Type: Candy Painter: Kyle Gann K-Daddyz Kustomz Chrome: None Gold Leaf/Pinstripping: Ron Beam Murals/Phone: Jason James 3 Sheets Art Other Finishes: Powder coating by MB Products

above, Including ride impressions, plans for future modifications, etc.) Concerning the trophy for the March Meet; you had to be a 1972 vehicle or older to park in the show area. This was a car show, but I wanted to put the bike in the “Grotto” which is where they place all the Hot Rods. The lady at the gate listed the bike as a 1963. After watching some nostalgia drag racing I went back to the bike to see the judges had placed a trophy presentation card on the bike. I was shocked as this was a “Car Show”. When I went to the judge’s tent I was awarded “Best 60’s” vehicle; out of all the cars, a bike won! The code “10-48” is an actual police code for “Coffee Break”; which of course is what we like to think of as “Coffee & Donuts”. The logo on the tank is in reference to the “1 cash making business in our county: Meth. If one get busted another one pops up; therefore the term “Crank County”. I have also been pulled over for impersonating an officer because of the black and white bike with the black & white helmet I wear. So luckily I was given a warning. I try to be careful when I wear the black & white helmet. BIKE IS FOR SALE

SPECIAL CREDITS: Casey Clark, Dave Madera, Rick Rojo, and Bruno the Machinist TROPHIES/RACES WON: Truckin’ Nationals 2009 1st Place Bike Show David Mann Chopperfest 2009: 1st Place Evo Class Long Beach 2010 Motorcycle Expo: 1st Place Best of Show 2010 Easyriders Show Pomona: 2nd Place Radical Spectator 2010 March Meet Famoso Raceway: Best 60’s @ A Car Show COMMENTS: (Any relevant comments not covered

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I JUST BUMPED IT. HONEST!!! lower tree will be okay, but if not, we will replace it also.

I got a bike in a couple of weeks ago, that i have worked on before. nice, clean looking IRON HORSE. The owner, said a family member bumped his bike with a car (a big car) while the bike was parked in the garage. At first look, it seemed it was only the sidestand bent when it was BUMPED. The bike did not fall over, it must have been pushed back, or to the primary side, enough to bend the stand. Not a problem, stands are cheap and easy to replace. Looking again, you could see where the bike was hit, the right side lower leg had a good scratch in it, thru the chrome, down to the aluminum.

Gotta take the tubes off anyway, but we will slide the lower leg that is scratched off the tube first, it is easier on the bike. This is a PRO-ONE front end we put on, at the same time, we put the custom climax controls handlebars on. So after the leg is off, we have to un-plug all the electric connections to the bars and the lights, so we can take them off to get at the trees. Not a bad job, being we wired this thing to come apart, if needed, with plugs, so it is not too bad a deal. One problem is that the hydraulic clutch and front brake lines are inside the bar and, when you break a line to fix stuff and you have to bleed it again, it’s work. So I opted to cover the gas tank with a couple of moving blankets, taped them in place, and set the bars on the tank, out of the way, and in tact. It’ll save me a lot of work later.

I know this bike and it was perfect prior to this happening but, I did notice one thing that was not going to be an easy task. With the bars all the way to the left, they almost hit the gas tank. Good thing they didn’t, ‘cause the paint on the tank would set you back a bunch of bucks to get it matched... But looking further, with the bars the other way, there was the usual clearance. Hence the problem. The bike has internal fork stops, which means the whole front end has to come off to replace the lower bearing cup. Maybe the slotted stop on the


With all that done, now there is room to pop the lower bearing cup out of the frame. What happened when it was bumped was the finger that sticks down into the matching slot in the lower tree was brokem off from the im38

pact, just at the corner, enough to let the bars come dangerously close to smackin the gas tank. Moving on with the program, we take the new cup out of the box, take a look, and see the dowel pin on the backside of the cup that fits into a hole in the frame. Cool. So, we pop the other old cup out, and suprise, suprise... This was installed at the factory and it does not have a dowel pin to secure it. Here we go... It has four small roll pins going thru holes drilled into it and into the frame under the cup to keep it secure. Shit... This is not good. To make a long story short, I gotta make a hole in the frame, upside down, for the new cup to fit . Well, after I calmed down a bit, I made some measurements of the pin location on the cup then transferred them to the frame and made a mark. Then I started with a small drill bit and carefully drilled the first hole in the frame. This ain’t easy working upside down. Then bit by bit, got the hole out to the size it should be to hold the cup firmly. Anyone that has to do this knows what I mean, it really sucks and, of course, the new cup doesn’t have a race in it, so I press a race in the cup, throw the cup in the freezer for a half hour or so which will shrink the stainless enough for it to press in easy and not distort the cup. Being I’m at the fridge, gonna take a break, and look at the slot stop on the lower tree. Well, the thing looks like new but, just in case, I’m puttin’ the new one on. Its only four small screws and pulling the bearing off, only a 10 minute deal. Use some red on the screws, pop the bearing on an that’s that. With the cup installation tool and a cold piece of metal, the lower cup slides in place with little trouble. Done deal!!!!!! Don’t think I have to go through the whole assembly thing with ya, done that a bunch of times here. So we put the whole front end together except for the right side lower leg, which is at the chromers, and that’s it for now. By the way, this was an insurance claim and, even though it does not sound like much, this was around $1500 bucks when all is done. So, next time you ‘bump’ a bike with a car or another bike, be careful because you may cause more damage than you think. Like this deal, the guy in the cage said he just bumped it and didn`t hurt it at all. That’s because stupid... It ain’t always what you can see that’s screwed up! Some people are really stupid... I’m done. See ya........ j.p.fager 39



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NEW ROULETTE CUSTOM WHEEL Highlighted in Brilliant Chrome

The new Roulette Custom Wheel - Contrast Chrome (P/N 55065-10 17-inch front, P/N 55064-10 16-inch rear, $599.95 each) from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories features eleven slim spokes highlighted in brilliant chrome that blend with the gloss-black rim. The spoke shape stands proud on the rim’s edge, mimicking the pockets on a roulette wheel. The surface catches and reflects light, just as the raised ridges deflect the spinning roulette ball. These wheels have undergone hundreds of hours of real-world testing to meet the highest standards of performance and durability. Fits 2009-later Touring models (except Trike). Requires separate purchase of modelspecific Wheel Installation Kit. See an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer for fitment details.

NEW EDGE CUT COLLECTION BILLET STYLE HEEL/TOE SHIFT LEVER The new Edge Cut Collection Billet Style Heel/Toe Shift Lever (P/ N 34045-10, $139.95) is one element of the new Edge Cut Collection of accessories from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories. These slotted shift levers are forged from 6061-T6 aluminum, then black anodized and machined to reveal aluminum within the slots. The kit includes a front and rear lever and chrome hardware, and fits 1986-later FL Softail? and 1988-later Touring models.



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The Edge Cut Shift Levers complement the machined stems of the Edge Cut Mirrors (P/N 92441-10, $219.95) and slotted Edge Cut Hand Control Lever Kit (55798-10, $139.95). The Edge Cut Collection also includes hand grips, foot and shifter pegs, brake pedal pads, footboard inserts, and a billet-style shifter and rear brake lever, to fit many Dyna?, Softail?, VRSC?, Sportster and Touring models. See an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer for fitment details.

NEW SCREAMIN’ EAGLE® LIGHTED PICKUP TOOL KIT Claw and Magnetic-Tip Tools Assisted by Bright LED Light MILWAUKEE (April 28, 2010) - Perfect for working out of a tight spot, the new Screamin’ Eagle® Lighted Pick-Up Tool Kit (P/N 94148-10, $39.95) from Harsories features both claw and magnetic ley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accesrable LED illuminated tips for working pickup tools mated to bright-and-duin low-light areas. The lighted Claw Tool features a 22-inch long, flexible reaching arm that is tipped with an expanding four-finger gripping claw that’s easy to operate with one hand. The tip-mounted LED lamp automatically switches on when the plunger is pressed to open the jaw. The claw can retrieve objects up to five pounds. The Magnetic Flashlight features a flexible telescopic arm that extends to 20 inches, tipped with a powerful magnet that can retrieve objects weighing up to three pounds. To help find objects in low-light areas, the flexible tool is attached to a powerful LED flashlight that illuminates the magnetic tip. The tool and lated with one hand. light can be manipu-



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BIKERS BIKERS COME COME TO TO We traveled with many other hardy bikers to Alexandria Bay to help Mary lock down the HOG Rally for the year 2011.We lined the streets with people and bikes, bikes on boats, bikes riding into the bay, bikes everywhere followed by rain but we wanted to show our support to a fine lady who has been making The River Run a success for 4 years, always getting bigger each year. Harley reps were there to see all of us as we lined the streets on the bay. Despite our positive thoughts we did not get it for 2011, but that does not mean Mary will give up! She knows how to organize events, draw the crowds, and show how we bikers have fun and get along and also bring a bit of monetary benefits wherever we go. Three cheers for Mary! Keep doing what you’re doing Mary! We all love you and your efforts to keep it fun, safe, and running smoothly. Debbie Landers - Fast Lane Biker NY





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Women in the Wind Men & Motorcycles

Would you like to be featured in ‘Women in the Wind’ or ‘Men & Motorcycles’? All you have to do is email us at or and we’ll send you a MS Word questionnaire for you to fill out and email back to us with 2 pictures of you and your ride so we can feature YOU right here in Fast Lane Biker NY! Name: Toni Schimmenti Age if you dare: 39 Occupation: East Greenbush, NY What do you ride: 03 Honda Shadow How long have you been riding: Four years Who influenced you? Many other women riders Self taught or classes? Classes Favorite ride route and why? New Hampshire heading to Mt. Washington Country or city rider? Country Favorite bar, grill or restaurant? Bar/Restaurant Favorite event you have attended: Daytona Bike Week Bug or windshield? Full face helmet Any other info you want to share? I’ve always loved bikes but always had to ride on the back. When I made my first trip out to Laconia Bike Week I saw so many women riders and I was very jealous. I knew I could do it and I signed up for the class as soon as I got home. That was about 4 years ago. Now, I have so many riding friends and absolutely love being part of the biker community. As a single Mom paying a mortgage and million other bills, I couldn’t afford the bike I really wanted (no offense to all you Honda people�). So I bought one I could afford and then fixed her up a little bit. I wanted to put white walls on it but was unable to find them for my bike. Of course bikes are like tattoos, you’re always thinking about what you want next. I was unfortunately in an accident a couple of years ago when I was on the back of my ex’s bike. That was one scary experience. I almost didn’t get back on. Everyone said if I didn’t do it right away, I never would. So I did, and I am so glad! Although I’m still a little weary getting on the back of somebody else’s, I still love to ride! And Thank God for my full face helmet because if I didn’t have that on, I wouldn’t still be around to ride today! Thanks so much to FLB! Cant wait to get out there this season with all my cool friends! Ride on!!!

Name: Doug Tulloch Age: 46 plus tax = 52 (shhhhhh) Occupation: Realtor What do you ride? 2008 Victory Vision How long have you been riding? 32 years Who influenced you? Evel Knievel Favorite ride route and why? Wolf Creek Pass, Utah. A zillion turns and epic scenery Country rider or city rider? Country Favorite event you have attended in the last year? 1000 Islands Bike Rally In the last 5 years? Sturgis. There is no second to it. Your dream bike would be? Exactly what I have Favorite bar grill or restaurant? The No Name Saloon, Park City, Utah Words of wisdom for the new riders? Take lessons!!! Wear proper gear and ZERO tolerence w/ booze on a bike! Looking forward to what in 2010? Converting a few MORE friends to Victory Visions Bug or windshield? Low windshield that is adjustable to block bugs Any other info you want to share? I’m 6’2”, handsome and loaded! Hahaa (and I love the folks at Fast Lane Biker)


Greetings and welcome to “The Chef’s Lane”, where you’ll find the very best in Biker food and the Sweet side for Bikers by Bikers. Now that the warm weather is here, is time to fire up that grill. A lot of men are awesome cooks and come up with the most interesting of recipes, it’s easy and fun just checkout some of these recipes this Month and even if our concoctions come out a bit weird there’s always Dessert to look forward to and Melody’s always has that covered so get out there and have fun!! I do and I’am Blind!! Hey! Get in on the fun E-mail your recipes to: and if you like more Biker recipes, please check out Chef FatBoy’s website at: www. you’ll be glad you did and so well we!! Remember, Ride safe and Always EAT WELL! Chef FatBoy & Melody The Fast Lane: John’s Juicy Grilled Hamburgers : Submitted by: John Barry, NY. Ingredients: 1 lb. lean ground beef 3 tbsp. chopped onions 3 tbsp. catsup 1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce 1 tsp. salt 1/4 tsp. pepper Dash of Tabasco sauce Directions: Mix all ingredients together well and place covered mixture in the refrigerator for several hour to marinate, before grilling. Form hamburger patties in a dish with vertical sides to eliminate a thin dried edge when cooked. Grilled Beer Hamburgers : Submitted by: Wayne Evertt, NJ. Ingredients: Patties: 2 pounds ground beef (1/4 lb. Per burger) Worcestershire sauce (a tsp. or two per patty) Seasoning salt (Lowry’s is very good) Directions: Shape fresh or completely thawed meat into patty shapes. Press down in the middle with your thumbs to thin them a bit in the center, as burgers shrink a bit and plump up in the middle. Splash on the Worcestershire sauce and seasoning salt. A little pepper is also tasty, though some people like pepper and some do not. The Beer Sauce: 1/2 can beer (your favorite) 3 tbsp. steak sauce (the thick type like Heinz) 1 tbsp. sugar 1/3 cup ketchup 1 tbsp. mustard 1/2 tsp seasoning salt (same as used in the meat) Directions: Stir all the sauce ingredients up in a sauce pan and then heat on low until you have a nice blend that is thickened and looks like slathering sauce. Pineapple Juice Hamburger Marinade : Submitted by: Alex Vetri, Pa. Ingredients: Juice from 1 can of pineapple rings 1/2 cup Italian dressing (zesty is best) 1 T honey 1 tsp cinnamon dash of seasoning salt and pepper (not a lot) Directions: Mix all ingredients and pour over raw burgers. Let the hamburgers sit an hour or more or even overnight in the refrigerator. Cover the burgers while marinating to hold in the moisture and tastes (and to keep the bugs out). Also, put the pineapple rings in a zip lock bag or Tupperware container, so the rings do not dry out. Grill the burgers as you would normally grill. Pop the pineapple rings on the grill right before the burgers come off. They only need to cook a few minutes. You want grill marks. When the pineapple rings have marks, they are hot and ready to top on the hamburgers.



Grilled Tex-Mex Hamburgers Submitted by: Tom Bernacki, PA. Ingredients: 2 pounds ground beef 4 tbsp. finely chopped onion 1 tbsp. cilantro (fresh is best) 8 tbsp. salsa (favorite brand or homemade) 1 tbsp. hot sauce (any hot sauce is fine – go with a family favorite) 8 slices Pepper Jack cheese (or shredded Mexican mixed cheese) 8 buns Toppings (salsa and other favorites) Directions: Mix the ground beef, onion, cilantro, salsa and hot sauce. It’s easiest to do the mixing by hand. Shape 8 burgers of equal size. Press the center down a bit, so the burgers do not puff up too much in the center. Heat grill to medium and put burgers on. Cook until the grease runs clear – or until desired doneness. Right before the burgers are done, place slices of Pepper Jack cheese on top of each burger or sprinkle on some Mexican mixed cheese. It only takes a few seconds for the cheese to melt. Serve on buns with salsa and other toppings. For those who love hot food, have some hot sauce to splash on the burgers too. While you’re heating up the grill, put some nacho chips on the grill. Those are delicious and take only seconds to heat up. Everyone enjoys munching on the chips while the burgers are cooking. The Sweet Lane: Desserts From Melody: Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Layered Cheesecake Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs 1 1/3 cups sugar, divided 1/3 cup Hershey’s Cocoa 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter, melted 2 packages (8 oz. each) cream cheese, softened 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 3 cartons (8 oz. each) dairy sour cream 3 eggs, slightly beaten 1 3/4 cups (11 oz. package) Reese’s Peanut Butter and Milk Chocolate Chips, divided 1 teaspoon shortening (do not use butter, margarine, spread or oil) Directions: Heat oven to 325 F. Combine graham cracker crumbs, 1/3 cup sugar, cocoa and melted butter in medium bowl. Press crumb mixture evenly onto bottom and about 11/2 inches up side of 9-inch springform pan. Bake 8 minutes; remove from oven. Cool slightly. Increase oven temperature to 350 F. Beat cream cheese, remaining 1 cup sugar and vanilla on medium speed of mixer until well-blended. Add sour cream; beat on low speed until blended. Add eggs; beat on low speed until just blended. Do not over-beat. Pour 2 cups filling into prepared crust. Reserve 1/4 cup chips for drizzle. Sprinkle remaining 11/2 cup chips evenly over filling in pan. Carefully spoon remaining filling over chips. Bake about 1 hour or until center is almost set. Remove from oven. Using knife or narrow metal spatula, loosen cheesecake from side of pan. Cool on wire rack additional 30 minutes. Remove side of pan; cool 1 hour. Combine shortening and reserved 1/4 cup chips in a small, microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on High (100%) 30 seconds; stir. If necessary, microwave on High additional 15 seconds at a time, stirring after each heating, until chips are melted and mixture is smooth when stirred. Drizzle over cheesecake; cover and refrigerate at least 4 hours. Cover and refrigerate leftovers. Serving Size: Makes 12 to 14 servings Melody’s Bourbon Chocolate Cake Ingredients: 1 pkt Chocolate cake mix, with pudding 3 Eggs 1/2 cup Bourbon whiskey 1/2 cup cup Water, cold 1/3 cup Vegetable oil

Frosting: 1 pt. Whipping cream 1/3 cup Unsweetened cocoa powder 1/2 cup cup Powdered sugar 1 tsp. Vanilla 1/2 cup cup Bourbon 1 cup Nuts, chopped

Directions: Butter and flour two 9” round cake pans. Combine cake mix, eggs, bourbon, cold water and vegetable oil in large bowl of mixer. Beat for 2 minutes on high speed until very light. Pour into pans. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes or until tests done. Cool in pans 10 minutes. Remove. Cool completely. Split layers in half horizontally. Spread frosting over each cake layer. Sprinkle with walnuts. Stack layers. Cover sides with frosting. Chill at least 2 hours. FROSTING: In large mixing bowl, combine whipping cream, cocoa, powdered sugar and vanilla. Beat until stiff then fold in the bourbon.




SALLY’S TICKER TUNE UP April 24th 2010 Debbie and John Landers

Johnnie and I attended a benefit for one of the people we know who had some medical issues and needed help with the medical expenses. A beautiful, bright, sunny day fell upon us as we mingled with friends, enjoyed some food, and downed a couple of cold ones. We went to the South Bay Rod and Gun Club where more than 200 people converged to show off or admire the many, many sharp looking and cool sounding bikes. We could not have asked for a better day. This place handled the large crowd very well. The food kept coming and the music kept playing! We all had a great time and great feelings when we saw just how many generous souls turned out to help someone in need. There were numerous, great door prizes and an incredible staff and volunteer group. Cousin Jake did their thing and made great music for the impressive crowd. It was a good time had by all, and Sully is very fortunate to have so many caring people. Thank you to everyone involved!


SKIN AND STEEL MOTORCYCLE SHOW April 25th, 2010 . By: Debbie Landers

Johnnie and I attended The Skin and Steel Show despite the foul weather. The show was good with a lot of different vendors and we were glad to cover it for Rochester and the bikers in that area. We met some people from Syracuse at the show which was nice. We took pictures, made chit chat, and handed out the magazine. We got a very nice response and even a few new businesses to follow up on. We enjoyed the leisure pace and room to see everything there. We will look forward to covering that event in the future.







FAST LANE BIKER ‘BIKE NIGHT’ at the TACK ROOM BAR . Bethpage, NY Sponsored by Big Boar Cycles (516) 433-9004 and ReNU Powder Coating (631) 249-7368 May 6th, 2010 . Pictures by G.W.S.

Thursday night’s Bike Nights at the Tack Room have become the true definition of what a bike night should be all about. A bunch of really great people coming together and having a blast. The ladies, as always, were struttin’ their stuff, and the guys were eating it up. Vinny was in the back flippin’ burgers and dogs, and the rest of the food was supplied by Dominick’s Pizza, right next door. I must say, it was awesome - thanks guys! Sea Monster could have played all night the way the joint was rockin’! As always, Kim and Marie kept the beverages flowing. And what would a Tack Room Bike Night be without bikes?! Ray’s ‘99 Wideglide took Best Paint. Best Chrome, hands down, went to Nick from Ironheads M.C. with his decked-out Yamaha V-Star. The ‘95 bobbed out softail, owned by Mario, won Best Custom, and Best Overall, without a doubt, went to Mike’s ‘45 Indian. Sovereign Brotherhood M.C. was awarded Best Represented Club. Congratulations to all this month’s winners. We’ve got a lot going on at Big Boar Cycles, so don’t forget to stop by, say hello to the guys and take advantage of some great spring time specials. Big Boar Cycles has the smallest, most comfortable D.O.T. helmets available. Pick one up today and don’t get hasseled by “the man”. Big Boar Cycles - where our main objective is keeping your bike running and looking great. Come in as a customer and leave as a friend. FTW : BIG BOAR CYCLES



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