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We returned from the warm Florida weather after attending the 72nd Annual Bike Week in Daytona Beach.What a great time we had! We met some wonderful new friends from across the pond and you can read more about that in Randy's article this issue. When we are out at events like this, we are usually working (taking photos, promoting the magazine, talking to potential advertisers and solidifying relationships with existing advertisers), so I usually have tunnel vision. I was hanging out at Roar Motorcycles (waiting for a free chair massage) when someone said Arlen Ness was next door at the Victory dealer. So I hustled to see if I could snap a couple photos with Mr. Ness, but on my way over, I passed someone that could have been R. Lee Ermey's (a/k/a Gunny from Full Metal Jacket) twin. So I continued inside the Victory dealer but couldn't find Mr. Ness.As I walked around the dealership, I overheard two sales staff talking and looking outside on the street and saying, "they don't know who that is". When I looked, it was R. Lee Ermey himself! I don't get star struck too much, but I watched his shows and have to admit I'm a fan, especially because I have two sons that are Marines. So I walked outside and asked if he would mind taking a photo with me. A couple was standing there wanting the same thing, so we took photos for each other. When I turned around, there was a whole crowd of people stand behind me wanting to talk with Mr. Ermey. It was nice to meet Mr. Ermey. He rides a Victory, as you can imagine. We look forward to attending Biketoberfest this year. Hope to see you out and about this year. Keep Your Knees In The Breeze! Kristin “Ms Mag Man” Gracy President/ President/Publisher Kristin Gracy 865-405-6989 Editor/Track Photo Journalist Randy Gracy 865-257-2279 IT Director/Event Editor Joe Ball 865-405-0274 Graphics & Design Director Debi Lowery

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he powersports industry came out in force to Indianapolis, Indiana for the Dealernews Magazine’s 2013 International Powersports Dealer Expo, a professional tradeshow where only dealers, distributors, aftermarket parts and accessory companies and original equipment manufacturers are invited. Over 500 exhibitors attended this year and brought over 20,000 new products in the powersports industry ready for you to compare. Everything from every day attire, racing wears, helmets, dirt bikes, ATV’s RTV’s, buggies and some custom stuff that was out of this world. Celebrities from all facets came to the show like SX Legend Jeremy McGrath, SX rider Nick Wey, 5-time Dakar Rally winner Cyril Despres and even Tennessee native hotty Heather Chastain were seen signing autographs. The Dealer 100 Awards were announced in our March issue where we mentioned all the dealers in our distribution area. Congratulations to all the dealers. The attendance this year was noticeably down. Cold weather, the economy and the fact that the International Motorcycle Show, a consumer event, was going on next door may have had something to do with it. The Expo, however is moving their February 2014 show to October 2013 and it will be permanently moved to October going forward.

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72nd Daytona Bike Week Sees Larger Attendance than in Past Years

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f the 72nd Annual Daytona Bike Week is an indication of this year’s motorcycle industry interest, then things are about to pick up! Mother Nature also helped with an average of 75 degrees and sunny weather for the entire Bike Week event. Several riders stated that was the reason they came down at the last minute. Riders from all over the world came to enjoy what has become known as the World’s Bike Week and the beginning of riding season. We stayed at the August Seven Bed & Breakfast. A couple from Maryville, Tennessee and us were the only Americans staying at the B&B. There were couples from Germany, Great Britain, Isle of Mann and others. We were extremely grateful to meet Paul & Vicki Diamond, a British couple who we let borrow our vehicle all week as there were no motorcycles for them to rent in the area. Roar Motorcycles expanded and moved to Beach Street where there was a noticeably larger crowd and a 20% increase in vendors. My wife, Kristin, attended Roar’s “Sisterhood Ride” and met some awesome ladies that ride their own

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motorcycle. She had a great time bonding with other ladies with the same passion as her. They offer “Sisterhood Rides” throughout the year; make plans to attend the ride during Biketoberfest. Destination Harley-Davidson, the Daytona International Speedway and many others had more vendors than years past as businesses reached out to get a big start on their bottom line. Several industry leading bike builders were there as well; Arlen Ness (more on him in our next issue), Paul Yaffe, Eddie Trotta, Dave Perewitz, Paul Teutul Sr. and others came to show off their creations. This year was different than years past. We made many new friends from around the country and around the world while attending Bike Week. We made as many events and rides as possible including bike shows and concerts. At Charlie Horse this year, at the All-U-Can-Eat-Crab-Legs, I was out eaten by Uncle Phil Ciufo by one pound and Paul Diamond from Great Britain by three pounds with his total of 13.5 pounds. My Tennessee record of 15 pounds still stands but Charlie Horse’s all time record is 19 pounds by a lady who lives in Daytona. We have a new favorite restaurant though, Zappi’s Italian Garden. If you go to Daytona, you cannot miss going there for authentic Italian food and the best pizza in the Daytona area. I hope you enjoy the many photos of Bike Week. Make your plans for Biketoberfest as we will be sponsoring a bike show on Beach Street in Biketoberfest and those plans will be forthcoming as we get sponsors and awards lined up.

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he next day dawned bright and pleasant as we headed east out of Sonthoffen and picked up the Deutsch Alpenstrasse, which for a while also combined with the Romantic Road. We saw magnificent views while on this road and quite a few stunning castles. Soon we were rid-

ing the spine of the German Alps and the small hamlets and villages sporadically dotted the landscape. As we rode along the farmers were starting their hay harvest and it was amazing to see them working the steep meadows where it seemed impossible to stand, let alone cut, rake and pick up hay with machinery. We were also impressed to see the women working in the corners and edges of the fields with long rakes working hard so that not a single stalk of hay went to waste. It was easy to see why our BMWs were so impressive after seeing the work ethic of the hardy Bavarians. After riding most of the day on the Deutsch Alpenstrasse, we pulled into a

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small Gasthaus in the very scenic, very charming hamlet of Bayrischzell, Germany. As we dined on Weinerschnitzel and hot Brats, Robert sampled some of the local ales; reporting that they were delicious. As we dined, some of the locals were circling overhead in their hang gliders and landed in a picturesque meadow just across the road from us. Watching them in the cloudless sky as they floated and rode the rising air currents was the purest form of entertainment. As we wiled away the afternoon and early evening the airmen drifted into the Gasthaus and regaled each other with their recount of the German. When the bierfrau came back around I inquired about lodging. She returned with a local merchant magazine and opened to the page showing the local establishment. I asked if it “was gut?” She replied, “Closed!” Closed? “Ja, on Dienstag(Tuesday), closed”. I tried to ex-

plain we needed a room now. She brought the house phone and dialed the number. A very pleasant woman answered the phone in German, and I asked if she spoke English. “Yes”, she replied, and I asked if she had two rooms for the evening. She did have rooms, but they were closed. But, she offered to come to the hotel and open up and let us two rooms if I could meet her at 8:00. I did. We got the keys to two rooms plus the front door of the hotel and she asked if I would mind locking up when I came in for the night, as there would be no one there. I thanked her and tried to pay for our rooms but the Hausfrau told me to just pay her in the morning...and have a good night. Upon returning back to the Gasthaus, I found Robert deep in conversation with three of the glider pilots. They were as much in awe of our trip as we were their flying skills. They asked about our planned route and I got my map and showed them where we had planned on going. One of April, 2013 April

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them took my pen and started circling the good spots and told us where to avoid. After nearly an hour, our new found German friends had completely revised our route and confirmed some of our destination choices. The next morning, Robert headed out early to walk around the hamlet of Bayrischzell and found one of new friends eagerly waiting for one of us to come down

to the lobby. He worked across the street from the hotel and had printed out four different trip packets from Google maps for us. After everyone’s kindness, we decided to stay at Bayrischzell an extra night and take in a day tour to the Hintertuxer Gletscher in Austria. Our ride to the glacier was stunning. The highpoint of this day trip was a ride on 3 separate trams to the top of the mountain. At one point, near the top, our ascent was nearly vertical. As we rode silently up the mountain we were treated to even more stunning views, waterfalls from the

still melting snow pack, and even cows grazing on tiny patches of land not much larger than the cows themselves. When we left the foot of the glacier, the temperature was nearly 90 degrees. When we exited the last tram car at the top of the glacier (literally, as the tallest peak was only 20 or 30 feet above us) the temperature had dropped to the low 40s. And we didn’t bring any jackets either. Atop the moun-

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tain the snow was deep and even though it was August, there were skiers swooshing down some of the slopes. Our descent was a bit more harrowing than the ascent but still worth all 25 Euro we paid for the round trip. Back at the bottom of the glacier it was hot again and we suited up and headed back to Bayrischzell for another great meal and good night sleep. With air conditioning a scarce commodity in Europe we were grateful for the cool night.

Thursday morning found us hitting the starter buttons around 0900 underneath clear, cool skies. We pointed our two BMWs toward the east intending to ride the rest of the Deutsch Alpenstrasse through Bertschesgaden, and a visit to the Eagle’s Nest; Hitler’s mountaintop retreat. As we got closer to the Austrian border I led us on a wild goose chase and ended up missing the Nest, but managed to salvage the day with some more spectacular roads. I did manage to find the road across Grossglockner Pass, a toll road through the pass to the Alp’s highest mountain. We paid our 22 Euro and hadn’t ridden more than a quarter mile past the toll booth before the skies opened up and started a steady downpour. Finding a pull off, we donned our rain gear and let the ABS and traction control safely help us across the nearly 50 km toll road. As luck would have it, the rain missed the last 5 km of toll road which was sinfully curvy, and dry. I did a couple of spirited runs up and down the dry pavement to try to salvage some of the day’s riding. At the end of the toll road was a traffic circle with a sign pointing to the Pasterze glacier. With not much to lose, we headed

the bikes up the road which offered good surface and great scenery. It also led us to the glacier; and more rain. While the Grossglockner pass and mountain may be stunning the glacier was more anticlimactic after visiting the Hintertuxer. But the visit was free and it was worth the ride up and back. Leaving the pass and the toll road behind we worked our way into Italy and some better weather. The rain stopped and so did we at the Passo Giau. There, like so many places in Europe, is a small Gasthaus and restaurant. Primarily filled with bikers, we took a break and enjoyed a couple of beverages and the best apple Strudel in all of the Alps. I would go back there just for that! While the rain had stopped, the skies were still overcast and gloomy so we decided to press on and hope for better weather. An hour or so later revealed sunny skies again and we rode in warmth to our lodging for the night; Merano, Italy.

As we did for most nights, we just rode until we were ready to stop and looked for local accommodations. We thought our luck was running out as we searched the GPS for lodging and our first several attempts came up with blanks. Then we found on the eastern side of Merano a lovely 4 star hotel, with the most stunning, and helpful, front desk staff. They gave us a good deal at 100 Euro for the night and even sent up portable room air conditioners for us. We enjoyed an exquisite meal on a very scenic and comfortable veranda. ....the conclusion continued in the May edition.... April, 2013 April


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he Easyrider Bike Show in Nashville, TN began with controversy that seems to follow it. They posted “No Colors” (no motorcycle club attire) may enter the show. This set off a very alarming signal to all clubs that wear patches and many boycotted the event. However, there were a couple people spotted wearing theirs inside while others were not allowed to enter. The event featured motorcycles from all around Nashville and several from outside the area. Celebrities included Sons of Anarchy, Opie (Ryan Hurst), Full Throttles Mike and Angie Ballard. Several vendors came with their wears and motorcycle accessories. This was a first for the Nashville area and the event brought out many riders from around the area. April,, 2013 April

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acers thinking everyone was racing for second place and assuming Josh Hayes was a lock for first place and the championship this year had their thoughts shattered as Hayes had DNF’s in both races. In the final race, Martin Cardenas celebrated a spectacular victory in his first weekend with the storied Yoshimura Suzuki squad. Monster Energy Graves Yamaha teammate of Josh Hayes, Josh Herrin took second. Herrin nearly crashed out on lap 10, running off in Turn 1. He re-entered the race with any other incident but had to chase down and pass Larry Pegram on the Foremost Insurance Pegram Racing Yamaha YZF-R1.


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ames Michael “Lucky” DeCoursey, 35 of Chattanooga, departed this life Saturday, March 9, 2013.Lucky lived his life to its absolute fullest and completely unselfishly “If nobody’s told you lately, I just want you to know, I love you man”-Lucky. He was preceded in death by his cousin, Bobby Asmussen. Survivors include his wife, Jenifer DeCoursey; children, Julia, James, and Elena DeCoursey, parents, Charlie and Joan DeCoursey; mother, Charlene DeCoursey; father, Tim Daughtery; brothers, John, Sean and Dan Daughtery; and several grandparents, cousins, aunts, uncles. He was laid to rest at Chattanooga National Cemetery. A memorial fund has been set up and donations may be made to James DeCoursey #195042 Memorial Fund at Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union.

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he 2013 AMA Monster Energy Supercross season has passed the halfway point and there is a new points leader with Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto. The two time defending champion has took control of the championship in dominating fashion. Villopoto started gaining momentum and steady points on Rockstar Suzuki’s Davi Millsaps around the half way mark of the series. The #1 Kawasaki of Villopoto was waiting for a mistake on Millsaps, and it came at the most grueling race of the season. Since January, Millsaps commanded and held the red plate, it only took 27 minutes to see it disappear at round 10 in Daytona. Villopoto capitalized on a bad start by Millsaps and took the points and the red plate back on his #1 Kawasaki. Red Bull KTM’s Ryan Dungey has been the silent assassin of the series. The always consistent Minnesota native has been keeping Villopoto honest throughout the series. The KTM team has been working hard on Dungey’s set up, going back and forth from air to spring shocks. When the track gets rougher, Dungey gets faster, and will keep pressuring Villopoto all the way to the end in Las Vegas. Dungey took 2nd place in the points while Millsaps fought back valiantly, but eventually succumbed to 4th place and lost valu-

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able points. Yoshimira’s James Stewart has found his mojo with a win in Atlanta, and could be the spoiler in the championship. The 250 East division has finally witnessed the speed of a healthy Wil Hahn. The Geico Honda rider has upset the title favorite Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Dean Wilson with two straight up wins. Red Bull KTM’s Marvin Musquin notched two wins as well and narrowed the points gap. With only three rounds to go, the race for the 250 East championship is in the final stretch. Dean Wilson suffered an injury in Indianapolis and will miss the rest of the series with a punctured lung and broken ribs. 250 West stars Eli Tomac and Ken Roczen have been getting their feet wet in the 450 class on the East Coast. Both riders have ran up front and proving notice that they will be on factory teams when they move up to the big boy class full time. They return to battle it out for their championship when the series moves back West in Minneapolis. The 2013 season has seen many ups and downs this year. It will be remembered as the year Kevin Windham hung up his boots. Chad Reed has yet to get a win and is now the elder statesman of Supercross. The self employed rider wants to keep his Two

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Experienced Motorcycle Riders Are Invited To Join In The Largest Organized Motorcycle Ride In History (Est. 25,000 Motorcycles) To Remember Native American Heritage & The Tragic Trail of Tears Join The Ride at Designated Areas By Following The End Motorcycle Only! Riders Who Break Into The Ride Will Be Ticketed And Asked To Leave Ride at Your Own Risk. No Fees or Registration Required To Ride!

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This ride not affiliated with any Trail of Tears ride other than the “Charlie Maxwell Ride” from Cartersville, GA, Cherokee NC Ride,” and the “Cherokee Northern Route Ride” from Kentucky, all of which take place on Friday, September 20, 2013. Trail of Tears Remembrance Ride is organized by a 501 C3 non-profit Board of Directors. April,, 2013 April

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the Best Enclosed Trailer on the Market By The Mag Man, Randy Gracy


lot of motorcycle riders will ride to their destination on their motorcycle like Daytona Bike Week, Sturgis, The Lone Star Rally, Barry’s Outerbanks Bike Rally, etc. However, if you are like us, going to some events, you have to haul hundreds of pounds of magazines, event tents, luggage, swag, prizes, etc. for those event goers, plus our two dresser Harley-Davidsons. That’s when a trailer is the best way to get from point A to point B with everything including your motorcycle. Now, I’ve pulled nearly every kind of trailer known to man with boats, motorcycles, cars, golf carts......everything. This year, we were asked by Julie & Ed Heard who make a new type of trailer in Tennessee to do a review on their Ironhorse Trailer. We drove over, picked it up and with a few sim-

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ple instructions; drove home packed it up and headed to Key West on our Run to the Keys motorcycle ride and a month later to the 72nd Daytona Bike Week. We had to haul everything but the kitchen sink in our GMC Denali and that trailer. We were PACKED! To say it’s the best pulling trailer I’ve ever pulled is an understatement. It’s so aerodynamic and a lot lighter than other standard trailers; sometimes you forget it back there (like I did on more than one occasion). The aerodynamic nature and light weight of the Ironhorse Trailers combine to let you cruise as fast or slow as you want to go. Their sleek lines are accented by clear-coated aluminum wheels, and a long lasting unique stainless steel tailgate handle and lock. The fiberglass unibody construction and welded rectangular steel tube frame make

Ironhorse Trailers among the sturdiest bike haulers on the market. It’s like that old saying, “You get what you pay for”. If you’re looking for an old trailer to haul crap in, this ain’t the one for you. But if you are looking for the top of the line, aerodynamic, gas saving, easy pulling, low maintenance, self contained enclosed trailer, then this is the one you’ve been waiting for. They are easy to paint and wrap or add your favorite stickers to for that personal touch. Their enclosed trailers come in a couple different versions for one and two motorcycles. They also have open trailers called the Chariots for motorcycles and golf carts that are so light weight and easy to self load, a small lady with her own motorcycle can load it with ease.

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WEST AND MIDDLE TN 2013 EVENTS APRIL Apr 5: WET T-SHIRT CONTEST at Dillengers The Hideout, Bon Aqua, TN. Apr 5-7: Round 2 at Silver Point MX Park, 10900 Monroe Henley Ridge Rd, Silver Point. 931-265-1840. No quads. NMA Qualifier 3 day event. Apr 6: 2ND ANNUAL TWIST-A-GRIP Cycle Swap Meet & Cruise-In. Buy, Sell, Trade. Live music. Vendor space for $20. Fish Fry, drinks. Call or email to reserve your space now. Rain date April 7. Bikers Service Center, 972 N Broad St, Lexington. 731-2499200 or or Apr 6: BULL MOOSE BBQ & CHARITY POKER RUN at Bumpus H-D, 325 S Byhalia Rd, Collierville. Benefits Relay for Life and local charities. Fee includes BBQ plate at last stop. Live bands, kids area, rain or shine, cars welcome. $25/rider and $20/passenger. KSU at 11am. 901-282-6138 or www. Apr 6: CHAIN OF HOPE RIDE for missing Jennifer & Adrianna Wix missing since March 2004. Registration begins at 11:00 am, KSU at 12:00 pm. Rain date: April 13. Meet at Kmart Parking Lot, Long Hollow Pk, Goodlettsville. Your donation will help raise awareness and the reward to bring them home. 615-767-9229. Apr 6: JERRILYN POKER RUN at the Corner Pub in Mt. Juliet. Registration at 9:30 am, KSU at 12:30 pm. End at Shooters Sports Bar, Hermitage. Food & Beverage starting at 3pm. Events inside start at 5pm. Giveaways,

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live auction, live entertainment. Proceeds will be used to cover medical expenses for Jerrilyn. Apr 13: HERO RIDE 2013 at Southern Thunder H-D, Southhaven, MS. Ends at Recycle Biker Shop in Collierville,TN. Benefitting Midsouth Wounded Warriors. Contact Recycle Biker Shop FMI 901-861-0130. Registration starts at 9:30am. All vehicles welcome. $15/bike, $5/pass, $25/vehicle. KSU 10:30am. www.southernthunderhd. com Apr 13: RIBS, RIDIN' & ROCKIN FOR RELAY at 1510 E Wood St, Paris Conv Ctr/Hampton Inn at 9am. BBQ, Rock & Roll concert, poker run, door prizes, silent auction, cash prizes for 1st, 2nd and worst hand. Entry fee $20 per bike, plus $10 per passenger. T-shirts $15, Tickets for concert $10.!/ events/445051832220511/ Apr 13: HIGH ON THE HOG RIDE FOR KIDS PEDIATRIC BRAIN TUMOR FOUNDATION. 1561 Phillip Fulmer Pkwy, Winchester. FBO at 9am. $15 per rider/$5 per passenger and includes lunch. Door prizes, cash awards for best poker hand. FMI 931-225-8399 or webpages.charter. net/gwrratng Apr 20: CMT/ABATE Tri County Swap Meet at Lane Motor Museum, 702 Murfreesboro Pike, Nashville. 9am-4pm. Rain or shine. Indoor/Outdoor vendors. Only $7 adm. (615) 944-9797 or csfreedom@aol. com or Apr 20: HAWGS FOR DAWGS at Animal Attractions, 300 W. 12th St, Columbia. KSU at 10am and ends with BBQ and prize drawings. (931) 380-0322 or

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Apr 20: CMT/ABATE Caney Fork Bike/Car Show & Swap Meet, 9am-6pm. Vendors, food, music, Trophies for winners and best in class. Ride in only and $10 per bike. TN National Guard Armory, 100 Transport Dr, Gordonsville. caneyfork@CMTABATE. COM Apr 20: LOS CAZADORES LEMC MAKEA-WISH BENEFIT at the Haystack, 6560 US Hwy 51 N, Millington. Sponsored b the Memphis Police Assn. 50/50 prizes and 42" flatscreen TN. Music by Nuttin Fancy. Rain date 5/11/13. $15 per sheet. Registration at 10:30am, KSU at 12pm. Call 931-872-0567. Apr 27: INDOOR MOTORCYCLE RACES at Calsonic Arena, Shelbyville. Bike Show, Swap meet. Gates: 10am, $10 admission. or call 615-364-1828. Apr 27: BIKE SHOW & SWAP MEET at Bumpus Murfreesboro, 2250 NW Broad St, Murfreesboro. Free admission. Bike show registration $20 includes t-shirt. 17 classes. $100 cash for top bike in each class. $500 for best of show. Trophies awarded. Registration 10am-12pm. Judging at noon. Awards at 3pm. Apr 27: POKER RUN FOR MARY TIDWELL and Southern Steel & Nick Matthews Band performing at Dillengers The Hideout, Bon Aqua. Apr 27-28: Round 3 at Silver Point MX Park, 10900 Monroe Henley Ridge Rd, Silver Point. 931-265-1840. No quads. Apr 27: SPRING FLING BIKE SHOW & RODEO, 2950 Hwy 46S, Dickson. Registration at 9am. Donation of $10 suggested for bike show, $5 for rodeo. Admission $5 with

a canned food donation. Vendors and live music. 615-630-0146. MAY May 3-5: INAUGURAL BOOGIE LOO Motorcycle Rally 115 Waterloo Rd, Cookeville. Live entertainment, $30/pers, free hot showers and camping. Must be 21 or older. May 3-5: Round 4 at Silver Point MX Park, 10900 Monroe Henley Ridge Rd, Silver Point. 931-265-1840. No quads. NMA qualifier 3 day event. May 10-12: CMT/ABATE LIBERTY RALLY VII, Event to raise funds to protect the freedom of TN Motorcyclists at Jackson County Fairgrounds. $10 per person/$15 per couple. Under 16 free accompanied by parent. Free vendor set up with one free admission. Free rustic camping, food, music. First points rodeo of the 2013 season. 931879-3899 May 11: 5th Annual HANDLEBARS & HOTRODS and 110TH ANNIVERSARY PARTY at Bumpus H-D Memphis, 2106 Whitten Rd, Memphis. 901-372-1121. Car show, bike show, trophies, live music, food, beverage, door prizes. $1 per people's choice vote. Proceeds to Bartlett Exchange Club Family Center. May 11: HANDLEBARS & HORSEPOWER Car & Bike Show & Swap Meet at T&A Cycles, 112 S. Maple St, Lebanon. Bring out that hot bike or cool car/truck and have a great time with great people. Food, entertainment, door prizes, 50/50 cash drawing, vendors, and more! 615-444-8959.

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WEST AND MIDDLE TN 2013 EVENTS MAY May 11: SMITH/WILSON CMT/ABATE RIDE FOR LIBERTY POKER RUN at Smitty's Bar & Grill on the Hill, 1960 Murfreesboro Rd Lebanon. 9am CDT. 615-3103436 May 16-19: HAWG HOLLER in Atwood. May 17-19:WINGSTOCK XIII in Fayetteville, 27 Berryhill Lane. May 18 @ 10amFree Charity Dice Run & Party with raffle. LBO at 11am, LBI @ 2:30pm. BBQ plates, beverages, biker games, chicken drop, auction, 50/50, free primitive camping, no hookups, over 21 YO only. www.facebook. com/Wingstock4Charity May 18: SMITH WILSON CMT/ABATE SWAP MEET & BIKE SHOW, 1960 Murfreesboro Rd, Lebanon. Gates open at 9am. Bike show entry fee $5 with awards.Vendor fee $20. General adm $5. (615) 310-3436. May 18: SPECIAL FORCES MEMORIAL RIDE, starts at Appleton H-D, 2501 Hwy 41A Byp, Clarksville. Registration at 12pm, KSU at 1pm. Ride ends with food. (931) 237-0951. May 24-26: THUNDER ON THE ROCK Music Festival & Bike Rally. Bands & games, day & night, bike show, vendors, bike games, cold beer, RV hook ups. Special guests: 38 Special, The Kentucky Headhunters, Big Engine and Geneva. Advance tickets $40, At the gate $60. (423) 290-2166 or or www.

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May 24-27: HOGFEST in Pelham. JUNE Jun 15: LYNCHBURG MOTORCYCLE RALLY at 45 Park Alley, Lynchburg. Gates open at 7:00 am. Includes vendors, stunt show, races, scheduled rides, and a bike show with several classes. Admission to vendor display is free.Vendors set up opens at 3:00 pm on the 14th. (931) 759-4848 or Jun 20-24: JUNEBUG BOOGIE in Cookeville. Jun 29: MOTORCYCLE RODEO at N-82 Gymnasium Parking Lot, 7915 Memphis Ave, Millington. 9am-1pm. (901) 604-4437 or EAST TN 2013 EVENTS APRIL Apr 1: APRIL FOOL'S RIDE at Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson, Maryville. $35 per rider includes t-shirt, dinner, bonfire & live entertainment. Registration form available in-store or online at On-site registration begins at 5pm, KSU at 6pm. Apr 4: BIKE NIGHT KICK-OFF with Hardwired at Quaker Steak & Lube, 5616 Merchants Center Blvd, Knoxville. www. 865-687-0399. Each bike night enter for your chance to win a new 2012 Harley-Davidson 6p-8p, drawing for finalist at 10pm. Apr 6: 1ST ANNUAL LCpl. FRANKIE WATSON SCHOLARSHIP FUND BENEFIT RIDE. Registration 12:00 pm-1:30 pm, KSU 2:00 pm. Check in location TBA. Rain date: 4/13/13. Cars and bikes welcome.



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Apr 6: NCAA FINAL FOUR CELEBRATION at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville.

Apr 18: MOTORCYCLE BOOT CAMP at Knoxville H-D, Clinton Hwy, Knoxville.

Apr 8: NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP CELEBRATION at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville. Apr 11: COYOTE JOE'S BIKE NIGHT KICK OFF with the Dead Millionaires. Enter every bike night for a chance to win a new Harley! 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville. 865-689-9722 Apr 12: EAST TN HARLEY OWNERS GROUP (H.O.G.) 25TH ANNIVERSARY at Knoxville H-D West. For active H.O.G. Chapter Members Only. Apr 12: OSKIES BIKE NIGHT SEASON KICK OFF with Prizes, 1/2 price appetizers every bike night. JD Cable & The Empty Bottle Band performing. Alchemy Mobile Tattoo appearing at bike nights. 155 West End Ave, Knoxville. 865-675-0900 and Facebook. Apr 12-13: 2 WHEEL'N THE SMOKIES BIKE SHOW, Drive & Rally in Townsend. Family-friendly events, vendors, raffles, contests, seminars, kid's activities, rides, swap meet, seminars, activities & more! or 800-4873333. Apr 13:ANDERSON COUNTY TOY RUNRing in Spring Poker Run. 1st-Maggies, Harriman. 2nd- Dawgs, Lansing. 3rd-Mountain Top Inn, Rockwood. 4thV-FW, Harriman. Final Stop TBD. Registration 11am, LBO 1pm, all hands in by 5:30. $5 per hand, cash prize

Apr 20: GRAINGER COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY RIDE FOR PAWS & CLAWS, 2704 E. AJ Hwy, Morristown. 90+ mile ride ending at Rising Moon Saloon, Corryton for lunch, silent auction and live music. Free T-shirts while supplies last with ride package. Pet Adoption on site. Preapproved vendors welcome. Ride Cost: $20-$30. KSU @ 12:00 pm. 865-567-0050 or or www. Apr 20: Freedom Riders MC Make A Wish Poker Run and Charity Event. Starts at Thunder Creek H-D, Chattanooga. Registration begins at 10:30 am. The event will include raffles. (423) 802-9213. Apr 28: RICH LEATHER Swap Meet 11am4pm. 271 W. Old Andrew Johnson Hwy, Jefferson City. 865-475-5900 Apr 28: COAST IN FOR AUTISM LUAU with live music, food, auction, free stuff at Coyote Joe's, 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville. MAY May 4: JUVENILE DIABETES RESEARCH FOUNDATION RIDE FOR A CURE hosted by Whitwell High School. Cost is $10 per bike with all proceeds going to JDRF. The 133 mile police escorted ride will have 2 stops before returning to the school when lunch will be served. T-shirts available for purchase. (423) 321-2376.

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Tickets for “After Event” only - $10 EAST TN 2013 EVENTS MAY May 4: VOLUNTEER THUNDER H.O.G. Chapter Fundraiser-Yard Sale, 8am-3pm. All proceeds will benefit the Volunteer Thunder H.O.G. Chapter. Lots of Harley parts and merchandise donated and miscellaneous stuff. Knoxville H-D North, 5800 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville. May 16-19: TELLICO BIKER RALLY, Spring event, benefiting Combat Casualty Relief Fund. Free camping & firewood at bike camping area only. Karaoke during day. Biker games, prizes, showers, RV & Trailer Camping area free with ticket. Burnout competition, huge bike show and awards ceremony. Vendors galore! Jasmine Cain, Southbound, C.A.B. and John Gilmore performing (more bands TBA!) Catch and release tournament. Advance tickets $25, At gate $40, one day ticket at gate. No weapons. Rally sponsors welcome! No one under 21 allowed. No ATVs. (423) 337-8390 or and Facebook. 801 Steer Creek Rd, Tellico Plains. May 19:ASPHAULT ASSAULT (BIKE WARS) & BIKE SHOW at Knoxville Dragway, 160 Raceway Dr, Maynardville. Bracket racing. Gates open at 9:30 am. Preadmission $10/ at the gate $12. Pre-registration and registration $20. Proceeds to Boys & Girls Club of Blount County. (865) 405-6862. May 24-26: MEMORIAL MAYHEM at Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson, Maryville. 24thLeon Russell, 25th-Shooter Jennings & The Triple Crown, 24th-26-Wall of Death Stunt Show hourly. May 26: SMOKY MOUNTAIN THUNDER MEMORIAL RIDE XIII. Opening ceremony starts at 10AM at Sevier County Court-

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house. KSU at 11AM. Police escorted 65 mile ride to Grainger County Veterans Overlook. (865) 453-6532 or May 28-Jun 2: TN STATE H.O.G. RALLY hosted by Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson, Maryville. May 30-Jun 2: HOG RALLY WEEKEND with music & dancing at Coyote Joes, 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville. 865-689-9722. JUNE Jun 1: FACES RIDE 4 SMILES $1,000 Poker Run, Thunder Creek H-D, 7720 Lee Hwy, Chattanooga. Registration/FBO 10:30, LBO at 12:00. 423-266-1632 or www. Jun 7-9: CHOO CHOO CLASSIC AUTO EXPO, car & bike swap meet, collector car auction, open car & bike show. Located at Chattanooga Auto Auction, 2120 Stein Dr, Chattanooga. Consignment/Vendor/Show Info call Mark Ward 731-225-6025. www. Jun 13-16: BIG TWIN BLOWOUT #12 at Coyote Joes, 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville. 865-689-9722. This will be our Biggest & Loudest ever!


2013 EVENTS APRIL Apr 4-7: BOOGIE BOTTOMS RALLY in Cleveland. Apr 13: WE LOVE BOOBIES POKER RUN - presented by Boozefighters MC. Starts at North Alabama Biker Supply, 6398 University Dr, Huntsville. Sign up at 9:30am, FBO at 10:30. Raffles, 50/50 & more.

Apr 13: Motorcycle Skills Course at the Dodge City Travel Center, Hanceville (benefiting Cullman Caring for Kids Food Bank). Registration 8-10am, seminar starts at 10am. Entry fee is $20 per rider (includes t-shirt & lunch). All participants are to wear appropriate riding gear. This course is for any riding level and any bike. Apr 18: WINGSTOCK Charity Dice Run & Party, starts at CD's Bar & Grill, Madison and Daddy O's, Lewisburg, TN. Ends at 27 Berryhill Lane, Fayetteville, TN. Sign up starts at 10am. LBO at 11am, LBI at 2:30 pm. Bike Raffle, Bike games, live music, Auction, prizes, BBQ team, primitive camping available. No glass and no pets. Must be over 21. 256-520-0933 Apr 18-21: FAUNSDALE BIKE RALLY in Faunsdale. Apr 20: 2nd ANNUAL RIDE FOR RIGHTS AND MOTORIST AWARENESS, a police escorted ride to Montgomery to promote safety and awareness and to kick off "Motorcycle Safety Month". Staging at 11:30 am at Walmart Shopping Center, 6545 Atlanta Hwy, Montgomery, KSU at 12:00 pm sharp. or kcook@dixieabate. org. Apr 21: VETERAN'S APPRECIATION DAY at CD's Pub & Grill, 107 Arlington Dr, Madison. 12-5pm. Awesome food and live music. 50/50 proceeds go to the Wounded Warriors Project. 256-772-9133 Apr 25-27: AL STATE H.O.G. RALLY in Dothan, AL.


2013 EVENTS JUNE Jun 21-22: SPRING RIVERY RALLY at Griffin Park, Hardy. Featuring the Kentucky Headhunters, Velcro Fly (ZZ Top tribute band) and Vikki McGee Band. Bikink and biker bull riding on live bulls! Ms Spring River Rally contest, jello wrestling, vendor midway, concessions, bike games, poker runs, ride-in bike show, poker float on the river, great Ozark rides, Burnout Pit, Zip line tours, ATV trail, Horseback trail rides. Free tent camping on the river, RV Hookups $25/day. FMI visit or call 870-955-8107. See ad this issue. SEPTEMBER Sep 5-7: HOT SPRINGS RALLY in Hot Springs, AR. Visit www.thehotspringsrally. com FMI.


2013 EVENTS APRIL Apr 23-27: SOUTH EAST FLORIDA POLICE MOTORCYCLE RODEO to raise funds for Concerns of Police Survivors and local charities. Apr 26-28: 17th Annual LEESBURG BIKEFEST, world's largest 3 day motorcycle & music event. Bike shows, events, bikini contests, 70+ concerts, 250+ vendors, biker games, demos, drill teams and more. www. MAY May 1-5: THUNDER BEACH RALLY in Panama City Beach.

MAY May 17-18: SHINE IN LAPINE Rally in Lapine, AL.

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2013 EVENTS MAY May 24: 6th ANNUAL SMILES RIDE 4 KIDS benefiting Chris Every Children's Hospital. Free breakfast. Bands, Vendor mall, stunt bike exhibition, gourmet food trucks, motorcycle drill teams. Free event pin. Flea market, car & motorcycle show at the hospital. Escorted Ride to Mardi Gras Casino in Hallandale Beach. $20 per rider or $35 per couple. VIP packages available. www. or 954-346-3343


2013 EVENTS APRIL Apr 4-7: BASIC RIDER COURSE at Killer Creek H-D, Roswell. 770-777-1000. Apr 5: BIKE NIGHT at Wild Wings in Alpharetta sponsored by Killer Creek H-D. 770-777-1000. Apr 6: IN THE LINE OF DUTY RIDE honoring fallen Atlanta police officer Shawn Smiley. All proceeds benefit the Smiley Children Scholarship Fund. Registration at 9am, KSU at 11:30 am at Killer Creek H-D, Roswell. Live music, food, drinks, give-aways, gun raffle, 50/50. Fee is $20 per motorcycle or hot rod. Apr 6-7: ABATE OF GA SWAP MEET, 1025 S. Hill St. Griffin. Apr 7: BLUE KNIGHTS GA VIII Coastal GA Police Memorial Ride, benefiting COPS Run. Police Escorted Ride. Registration 121:30 pm, KSU at 2pm. Starts at Savannah Morning News Bldg, Police Memorial Drive. $20/pers. Finish at The Island Grill, 7222 GA Hwy 21, Port Wentworth.

Apr 13: RIDE WITH PRIDE benefiting the local American Red Cross. Registration starts at 9:30 am, KSU at 11am, 60+ mile ride. Meet at Southern Pines Arena, 675 Southern Pines Rd, Dublin. Meal provided. Door prizes, 50/50, ticket sales & t-shirt available. FMI contact Phil Bracewell at or 478-278-1490. $25 ride fee, $10 passenger fee. Apr 13: RELAY FOR LIFE POKER RUN 185 Hwy 16 East, Newnan. Registration from 11:30 - 12:30 at Great South H-D. KSU at 12:30 pm. Stops include Southern Ground Social Club, Big Daddy's Oyster Bar and Grill, Twilight Bar and Grill, Danthony's, Jeckyl and Hyde's ending at Coweta Veterans Club. $25/rider, $10/passenger. 1st 50 to register get a free T-shirt. Event Cost: $25/$10. 404-599-7742 or Apr 13: THIS IS HOW WE DO IT-Technician Demo at 11am at Killer Creek H-D, Roswell. 770-777-1000. Apr 14: RIDE IT BEFORE YOU BUY IT Demo Days at Killer Creek H-D, Roswell. Apr 17-21: ANGEL CITY RALLY in Unadilla. Apr 18: BIKE NIGHT at Lorena's in Dawsonville sponsored by Killer Creek H-D in Roswell. Apr 18-21: BASIC RIDER COURSE at Killer Creek H-D, Roswell. Apr 24: BIKE NIGHT at Rocco's in Jasper, sponsored by Killer Creek H-D, Roswell. Apr 26-28: MILLEDGEVILLE RALLY in Milledgeville.

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Apr 30: BIKE NIGHT at Rocco's in Jasper, sponsored by Killer Creek H-D, Roswell. JUNE Jun 1: Ride to Hillside, Location: Famous Joes, 3290 Hamilton Mill Rd, Buford. Registration: 7am-9:30am. Fee: $25 per Bike (includes T-Shirt, Food,Venues and Show Entry Fees) $10 for Riders (includes Food and Venues) KSU 9:30am with police escort. After party: 3pm-7:30pm. Live music, car & bike show, raffles, 50/50, gifts. 678-617-9340


2013 EVENTS APRIL Apr 1: INAUGURAL WILDCAT HARLEYDAVIDSON APRIL FOOL'S RIDE, London. $35 per rider includes t-shirt & dinner. Registration form available at Registration begins at 5pm, KSU at 6pm. Apr 5-7: BASIC RIDER COURSE I CLASS at Wildcat H-D, London. Call Charlotte at 606-862-5656. Classes held almost every weekend. Apr 6-7: VETTE CITY MOTORCYCLE EXPO located at Sloan Convention Center, 1021 Wilkinson Trace, Bowling Green. Bike Show! Vendors! Swap Meet! 2 Big Days! One Low Price! 812-618-6425 or or www. Apr 19: BASIC RIDER COURSE II CLASS at Wildcat H-D, London. Call Charlotte at 606-862-5656. Classes help at least once per month. Apr 27-28:AMRA Beech Bend Raceway, NO TF or Nitro Funnybike, Bowling Green.

Apr 27-28: BIKER BASH at American Legion, Latonia Post 203, 38 Winston Ave, Covington. Price includes: Dinner, soft drinks, music and dancing. Dinner served from 7-8pm. Silent Auction from 7-10pm 50/50 Drawing Door Prizes Raffles. Event Cost: $15 per person or $25 per couple. or www. MAY May 11: POKER RUN/RIDE FOR HOMELESS VETERANS. Registration begins at 10am, ride at 12pm. Leaving from VFW, 160 VFW Dr. Somerset, KY 42503 (behind East Way Truck stop off Barnsburg Rd). $250 in cash prizes. $25 per entry, riders free, $5 extra poker hand. Make checks payable to: Pulaski Veterans, Inc. note Bike Ride mail to address above. 606-219-0157 May 16-19: 9th ANNUAL HAWG VALLEY BIKE RALLY located on Corley Chapel Rd, Graham. Bike show, Live bands, body painting, under new management! $25 entry fee. 21 years and older only. or 812-6600584 or JUNE Jun 6-8: 2013 KENTUCKY STATE H.O.G. RALLY hosted by Wildcat H-D. Pre-registration now. Call 800-753-3823 or click here to see all the local hotels we are working with and book your rooms today. Visit FMI. Motorcycles on Main St Party and Bike Show and celebrating the 110th Anniv of H-D with a free concert for rally members featuring the Kentucky Head Hunters. Jun 15: MOOSE RIDERS POKER RUN, a fund raiser for the Lexington Dream Factory. FMI contact Jeff Coleman at jeff.coleman@fayette. or 859-381-4045.

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JULY July 18-21: KENTUCKY BIKE RALLY in Little Sturgis, KY. FMI visit

May 24-27: GULFPORT MEMORIAL DAY BLOWOUT at Gulfport Dragway, 17085 Race Track Rd, Gulfport. Bike show, bikini & wet T-shirt contest, burn out, live music & more. 228-392-8281 or

2013 EVENTS JUNE Jun 29-30: AMRA Beech Bend Raceway, Bowling Green.


2013 EVENTS APRIL Apr 6: KAJUN IRON HORSE POKER RUN, starts at 103 Periou Street in Parks. Poker run begins at 8am. Ride benefits Caps for Kids. (337) 322-5289 or

May 24-27: MEMORIAL DAY BIKER PARTY, 611 Hurricane Creed Rd, Sandy Hook. Gates open at 8am. Ride, poker run, bike games, cash prizes, burnout contest, live bands, vendors etc. 601-441-1106 or www.

Apr 7: NORTHSHORE CRUISIN' FOR A CURE starts at Premier Medical Center, 7015 US 190 Service Rd, Covington. Registration begins at 8am and FBO at 10am. Ride ends in Slidell with live music, 50/50, live auction, prizes, and food. 100% of proceeds from outdoor sales go to St. Jude's. (985) 710-7542

JUNE Jun 8: MEDAL OF HONOR RIDE at Southern Thunder H-D, 4870 Venture Drive, Southaven, MS, $30 per person, benefits Fisher House and Defenders of Freedom. Medal of Honor Recipient, SSG Sal Guinta will be available for photos and autographs. Live entertainment at Sam's Town Casino, 50/50 tickets, auction items, and lunch provided. Gate opens at 9:00 am and KSU at noon. Pre-register prior to June 1st at for a free event pin and chance to win a $500 gift card at Southern Thunder HD. FMI (901) 828-1151


2013 EVENTS APRIL Apr 13: HERO RIDE 2013 at Southern Thunder H-D, Southhaven, MS. Ends at Recycle Biker Shop in Collierville,TN. Benefitting Midsouth Wounded Warriors. Contact Recycle Biker Shop FMI 901-861-0130. Registration starts at 9:30am. All vehicles welcome. $15/bike, $5/pass, $25/vehicle. KSU 10:30am. www.southernthunderhd. com MAY May 17-19:THUNDER RIDGE BIKE RALLY, 15893 Hwy 19, North Philadelphia. $25

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2013 EVENTS APRIL Apr 12-15: 11th ANNUAL BARRY'S BIKE RALLY at Barry's on Walnut Island, 169 Walnut Island Blvd, Grandy (Outer Banks). All bikes and riders welcome. 252-4532261 or or www.

Apr 14: 4TH ANNUAL BLESSING OF THE BIKES at H-D Asheville, 20 Patton Cove Rd, Swannanoa. Blessing at 3pm, $10 food donation to benefit ABCCM. Live Music 24. 828-581-2000 or www.HDofAsheville. com. MAY May 3-5: THUNDER IN THE SMOKIES in Maggie Valley. May 19: OFFICER DOWN MEMORIAL RIDE, Caldwell County Blue Knights NC XXIV. Proceeds to NC C.O.P.S. Pre-register by May 1. In the event of rain, pre-registration fee will be considered a donation. Sign in and registration @ 1pm at Caldwell County Sheriff's Office, 2351 Morganton Blvd, SW Lenoir NC 28645. KSU at 2:00 pm sharp! Pre-reg fee $15/rider and $5/ passenger. May 24-26: MAGGIE VALLEY SPRING RALLY at Maggie Valley Festival Grounds, Maggie Valley. 336-643-1367 or May 31-Jun 1: BOONE BIKE RALLY, 748 Roby Greene Road, Boone, NC. The High Country's largest and loudest biker extravaganza returns and is bigger and better than ever! Bike games, traditional rally contests and vendors. Live music with DB Bryant Band, Dice, Problem Child, Throwdown Jones & JJL Band. or 828-733-8060 FMI. JUNE Jun 28-30: HOT SPRINGS MOTORCYCLE WEEKEND in Hot Springs, NC.


2013 EVENTS APRIL Apr 12-14: SOUTHEASTERN NATIONALS at Darlington Dragway, Hartsville. 336643-1367 or www.southeasternnationals. com MAY May 10-19: MYRTLE BEACH BIKE WEEK, Murrels Inlet. 336-643-1367 or May 12-16: MYRLE BEACH BIKE WEEK "THE RIDE", Grand Strand. 336-643-1367 or


2013 EVENTS APRIL Apr 5-7: ROBERT ARELLANO "DAWG" FEST MOTORCYCLE RALLY at Camp Langston, Mt. Pleasant, benefiting the Robert Arellano Criminal Justice Scholarship, Lion's Club Handicapped Camp and children in need. Concerts, poker run, biker games, vendors, bike wash, silent auction and more. Apr 26-27: Vintage Motorcycle Racing in conjunction with the 2nd Annual Texas Hot Rod Reunion - Little River Dragway, Temple. MAY May 16-19: RALLY IN THE CRATER in Mt. Enterprise, TX. Visit FMI. SEPTEMBER Sep 26-29: RALLY IN THE CRATER in Mt. Enterprise, TX. Visit FMI.

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2013 EVENTS OCTOBER Oct 12-13: Texas Harley Racers Reunion Drags - Little River Dragway, Temple.


2013 EVENTS APRIL Apr 12-13: NHRA Virginia Motorsports Park, Petersburg. JUNE Jun 1: BACK OF THE DRAGON DAY "The Awakening" come celebrate the riding and driving season on Back of the Dragon. Located at 910 E. Fincastle Tnpk, North Tazewell. Opening ceremony at 10am. Monster stunt team. Major motorcycle and sports car companies will be there to show off their vehicles. Motorcycle and car vendors. Bike show registration fee $10, 9am-12pm to register, trophies at 2pm. Food and live entertainment. FMI call Larry at 276-9885726 or


2013 EVENTS MAY May 9-12: NATIONAL COALITION OF MOTORCYCLISTS 28th Annual Convention at Silver Legacy Resort, 407 N Virginia St, Reno, NV 89501. For reservations call 800-687-8733. FMI about NCOM call 800531-2424. May 30-Jun 2: IOWA GRAND MOTORCYCLE RALLY 3333Rusty Wallace Drive, Newton. Advance tickets on sale now. Live music, free tent camping in designated areas, RV sites $50. Vendor spaces available. or Facebook or 866-787-8946.

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JUNE Jun 6-8: ILLINIOS STATE H.O.G. RALLY in Quincy, IL. Jun 7-9: A.B.A.T.E. of North Idaho 24th Annual Spring Opener with bike show, rodeo, RV sites, raffles, camping, live music, food, refreshments, vendors, activities, bucket golf, horseshoes and more. Email or www. or 208-5535787 FMI. Located at Pines RV Park, 4510 Hwy 6, Harvard, Idaho. Jun 8-16: LACONIA NH BIKE WEEK, www. or 603-366-2000. Jun 8-16: BENTLEY'S BIKER RALLY, 1601 Portland Rd (US 1), Arundel, ME. 207-9858966 or Indoor/ Outdoor bars, daily live entertainment, BBQ's and Maine Lobsters. Bike run, Car show, Bikini bike wash, ladies night, tattoo contest, pin up contest. Campground and Motel, only a stumble away from saloon. Full service campsite during rally week $199. Jun 13-16: HOG ROCK RALLY in Cave In Rock, IL. Jun 15: HARTFORD BIKE FEST at Van Buren County Fairgrounds, Hartford, MI with bike burn out, best bike contest, vintage bike contest, bikini contest, dunking booth, raffle drawing, food, vendors, beer and other events to raise money for local charities. $10 per person 12 years and older, $5 per child 5-11 years old, under 5 years old free. Awesome bands performing live! Jun 17: 22ND INTERNATIONAL MOTORCYCLE & SCOOTER Ride To Work Day.

Jun 20-22: 21st MID-ATLANTIC WOMEN'S MOTORCYCLE RALLY at the grounds of the Days Inn, 865 York Rd, Gettysburg, PA. All makes and models welcome. To further the sisterhood of motorcycling, increase motorcycle skills and fundraise to support local cancer charities. Parade of Chrome, evening banquet, nightly dinners and parties with Dj's, biker and non-biker games, biker bingo, tattoo contests, poker walks, silent auction, on-site vendors, self-guided rides and more. To register and more info visit

QUAKER STEAK and LUBE, 5616 Merchants Center Blvd, Knoxville, TN. 865687-0399 or www.quakersteakandlube. com/knoxville_TN Nascar beer specials.


AMERICAN FREEDOM RIDERS Post 36 serving breakfast 10am-12pm every Sunday. Chapter 1, Fort Lauderdale, FL. www.


Third Sunday: Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2007, 1126 Claire Ave, West Palm Beach, FL. 561-833-0687. 9:30am -12pm, Nam Knights MC and VFW Post 2007 has a "Sunday Brunch". FMI call VFW Post 2007.

SUNDAY THE LOG CABIN, Hwy 411 (3 miles north of Benton, TN). Pool tournaments. 423299-9186. OSKIE'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL, 155 West End Ave, Knoxville TN. 865-675-0900. Karaoke 7-12am. CREEKSIDE TAVERN, 7428 Clinton Hwy, Powell, TN. Bike Night/Day Sat & Sun, beer & food specials. Free Food Sundays! 865362-5654. New Food Menu! DILLENGERS THE HIDE OUT,10067 Hwy 46, Bon Aqua, TN. 931-670-0988. Sunday Free wings & happy hour prices.

COYOTE JOES, 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville, TN. 865-689-9722-$2 Bloody Mary's till 4pm. ASIA CAFÉ Central Ave. Pike and Callahan in Knoxville, TN. 865-688-8888. Bike Night Sundays 3pm to 9:30pm. Drink & Food Specials, Live Music/Karaoke

MONDAY COYOTE JOES, 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville, TN. 865-689-9722. $2 Dom. Bottles, .35 cent wings. CREEKSIDE TAVERN, 7428 Clinton Hwy, Powell,TN. 865-362-5654. Happy hour 12p7p. Daily lunch specials. New food menu. QUAKER STEAK and LUBE, 5616 Merchants Center Blvd, Knoxville, TN. 865687-0399 or www.quakersteakandlube. com/knoxville_TN/ $5 burger special. OSKIE'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL, 155 West End Ave, Knoxville, TN. 865-675-0900. Burger basket $5.

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Food for Thought

by Barry Duncan

There’s a new steakhouse in town with a challenge for the meat lover. It’s a 5 lb steak and you’ll find it at Shiloh Brew & Chew. Shiloh is a family restaurant located in Maryville, TN on Highway 321 just past the hospital. They offer a full menu featuring steaks, fish and chicken. Dinners include a salad and two sides. Wild Bill tried the bologna sandwich and fries at $6.99. The bologna slice is a good two inches thick and you can get it grilled or fried. Deadbeat Donnie went for the 6 oz turkey burger and Lovely Lori had the 4 oz center cut sirloin. I enjoyed the 12 oz ribeye with pinto beans and cornbread muffins at $21. It was tender and grilled just right. We saved room for the homemade pineapple upside down cake. It’s fixed in an iron skillet and is fantastic. If you decide to take on the beef challenge, call them 24 hours in advance so they can get it cut and ready ready. 865-2337307 or check their web:

Hoecakes 2 cups corn meal 1/2 tsp. salt 2 tbsp. bacon fat 1 c. hot water 1 1/2 c. cold water Mix salt in corn meal, pour on hot water, then add enough cold water to thin the mush so it pours slow out of the bowl. Add fat and drop mush by spoonfuls on a hot griddle or skillet. Turn on both sides until brown. Over the past years I have seen a lot of southern chefs bringing back the hoecake or some people call it a johnnycake. The origin of the name is the method of preparation: field hands often cooked it on a shovel or hoe held to an open flame. Some hoe designs were large and flat with a hole for the long handle to slide through; the blade would be removed and placed over a fire much like a griddle. I like to top them with collard greens, pulled pork and hot sauce.


MONDAY DILLENGERS THE HIDE OUT, 10067 Hwy 46, Bon Aqua, TN. 931-670-0988. Free pool all day Monday! Second Monday: NASHVILLE TN H.O.G. CHAPTER meeting at Logan's Road House on Elliston Place. FMI contact Candida at or visit Fourth Monday: CMT/ABATE, INC. KNOXVILLE CHARTER MEETING. 7pm at Famous Dave's BBQ, 378 Cedar Bluff Rd, Knoxville, TN. FMI Dean at 931-761-8038 or visit Weekdays 5-7 pm EST Tune in to the Rockin Roadshow Live Visual Radio Broadcast for bikers by bikers. Broadcast from Radio Bar and Grill, 2806 E. Busch Blvd,Tampa, FL. www. or 813-915-1555. TUESDAY COYOTE JOES, 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville, TN. 865-689-9722-$2 Dom. Bottles, .35 cent wings. CREEKSIDE TAVERN, 7428 Clinton Hwy, Powell,TN. 865-362-5654. Happy hour 12p7p, daily lunch specials, new food menu. QUAKER STEAK and LUBE, 5616 Merchants Center Blvd, Knoxville, TN. 865687-0399 or www.quakersteakandlube. com/knoxville_TN/ All you can eat wings Tuesdays. OSKIE'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL, 155 West End Ave, Knoxville,TN. 865-675-0900.Taco Tuesdays $1.00/$8.95 platters.

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DILLENGERS THE HIDE OUT: 10067 Hwy 46, Bon Aqua, TN. 931-670-0988. MENS NITE $5 per pitch draft for men. $1 long necks for ladies! 8pm-10pm Tuesdays. AMERICAN LEGION POST 47 BIKE NIGHT, 171 Legion Dr, Waynesville, NC. (828) 456-8691. Starts at 6:30pm. First Tuesday: CMT/ABATE OF ROBERTSON COUNTY MEETING at the Pit, Springfield, TN. 615-476-0935, 7pm. First Tuesday: ANDERSON COUNTY, TN TOY RUN COMMITTEE MEETING. 7 pm. 865-805-0527 info@andersoncountytoyr First Tuesday: LADIES OF HARLEY DRAGON CHAPTER MEETING, The Shed at SMH-D, Maryville, TN, 6 pm. First Tuesday: CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLIST ASSOCIATION MEETING Outriders for Christ, Tullahoma Chapter meet at Western Sizzlin in Tullahoma, TN. Fellowship and dining begins at 5:30 pm and meeting begins at 6:30 pm. -First and Third Tuesdays: HOT WINTER NIGHTS sponsored by Yamaha @ Water's Edge, 13188 Marina Way, Woodbridge, VA. 7:30pm-1am. Poison at poison1@ymail. com. First and Third Tuesdays: BELLEVUE PUB BIKE NIGHT starting Jan 1. 142 Belle Forest Circle, Nashville, TN 615-891-2529. Happy hour 3p-8p: Food & Drink Specials. Second Tuesday: DRAGON H.O.G. CHAPTER ACTIVITIES MEETING (6 pm), ROAD

CAPTAIN'S MEETING (7 pm) At the Shed. Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson, Maryville, TN 865-977-1669 Second Tuesday: CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLIST ASSOC Nashville Chapter meeting. Eat at 6pm, meet at 7pm. Shoney's across from Opryland Hotel, 2645 McGavock Pike, Nashville, TN. or Third Tuesday: VOLUNTEER THUNDER CHAPTER MEETING in the Hog room, 7pm. Knoxville Harley Davidson, 5800 Clinton Highway, Knoxville, TN. 865-6892454. or WEDNESDAY DILLENGERS HIDEOUT, 10067 Hwy 46, Bon Aqua, TN. 931-670-0988. Pool tournament Wednesdays at 8pm.DJ Grif & Karaoke. Kitchen. SILVERADO Rivergate & Lebanon BIKE NIGHT with free hot dogs & $2 bud products. 709A Rivergate Pkwy, Goodletsville, TN 615-851-4490 or BUFFALO WILD WINGS, 1242 Vann Dr, Jackson, TN. Bike Night starts at 5pm. Bike parking, covered patio, flat screen TVs, drink specials. CREEKSIDE TAVERN, 7428 Clinton Hwy, Powell, TN. 865-362-5654. Daily lunch specials, new food menu. Happy Hour 12p-7p. QUAKER STEAK and LUBE, 5616 Merchants Center Blvd, Knoxville,TN. 865-6870399 or

knoxville_TN/ Breaded boneless wings .60 cents & Shrimp .60 cents Wednesdays. COYOTE JOES, 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville, TN. 865-689-9722. Karaoke and dancing. OSKIE'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL, 155 West End Ave, Knoxville, TN. 865-675-0900. Wings .50c SIDE CAR CAFÉ BIKE NIGHTS. Next door to Bumpus H-D, 2194 Whitten Rd, Memphis, TN (901) 388-0285. Live music. HOGGS PUB & GRUB, 170 Glades Rd, Gatlinburg, TN. Darts starting at 7:30 pm every Wed. Player drink & food specials. First and Third Wednesday. VOLUNTEER ROAD RIDERS CLUB MEETING. Visit for meeting info or email Ed at Third Wednesday: VICTORY MOTORCYCLE CLUB. Blues City Chapter meets at Brother's Grill and Seafood, 2204 Whitten Rd, Memphis, TN. See website for schedule and/or location changes at or FMI. THURSDAY HOOTERS WOLFCHASE BIKE NIGHT, 2838 New Brunswick, Memphis. Beginning Apr 11, 6p-10p. Very Important Biker Specials. $1.50 bud products, 1/2 price boneless wings, 15% off merchandise *Dine-In Only* 901-266-4404 and facebook. QUAKER STEAK & LUBE BIKE NIGHT, 5616 Merchants Center Blvd, Knoxville, TN. or Facebook.

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1-888 38-COURT 1-888-382-6878 Knoxville Office Bank of America Building 550 Main Street, Suite 340 Knoxville, Tennessee 37902 1-888-38-COURT • 1-888-382-6878 BIKE NIGHTS, WEEKLY RIDES & RECURRING EVENTS

THURSDAY COYOTE JOES BIKE NIGHT, 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville, TN. 865-689-9722, DJ Clowny & dancing 9pm-close. OSKIE'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL, 155 West End Ave, Knoxville, TN. 865-675-0900. Pizza & Stromboli, 3 topping: $7 Sm, $8.50 Med, $10 Lg. THE LOG CABIN, Hwy 411 (3 miles north of Benton, TN). Karaoke. 423-299-9186. CREEKSIDE TAVERN, 7428 Clinton Hwy, Powell, TN. Thurs free pool! 865-362-5654. DILLENGERS THE HIDE OUT, 10067 Hwy 46, Bon Aqua, TN. 931-670-0988. DJ Grif and Karaoke. Kitchen open Mon-Wed 11am-8pm and Thur-Sat 11am-10pm. GWRRA THURSDAY NIGHT SUPPER RIDES. Leaving Sloan's Honda at 6 pm. 2233 NW Broad St., Murfreesboro, TN. www. 615-893-0150 BIKE NIGHT at Bruce Rossmeyer's Daytona H-D & Saints & Sinners Pub, Daytona Beach, FL, 7pm. Free food, live music, free WHOG giveaways, free bikini bike wash & more! AMERICAN LEGION at Post 127, Bike Nights, Buford, GA. outside patio for riders to sit back and relax and chill out around the newly added fire-pit! Drink specials and Ladies Night! EAST TN RIDERS Thursday Nights Out Dinner Meetings. Winter is slowly cramp-

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ing our ride time. To keep the family active, we've started a new way to give us some social time in the off season. Check out how it will work here: showthread.php?t=42087 HOGGS PUB & GRUB Open Mic Night begins at 8pm, 170 Glades Rd, Gatlinburg, TN. First Thursday: CMT/ABATE MEETINGS at Pancho's Mexican Restaurant (Summer & White station Intersection), Memphis, TN.

Nashville Office 20 Music Circle East Nashville, Tennessee 37203 1-888-38-COURT 1-888-382-6878 Second Thursday: Wildcat H-D H.O.G. Chapter meetings at 7 PM, 575 E. Hal Rogers Parkway London, KY. (606) 862-5656. 50/50 raffles held each meeting. Second Thursday: VFW Post 2007, 1126 Clare Ave, West Palm Beach, FL-Monthly Membership Meeting at 7pm. 561-8330687 Second Thursday: UPPER CUMBERLAND H.O.G. Chapter meeting in Cookeville, TN. FMI call Kelly at 931-526-3139.

First Thursday: EAST TENNESSEE L.O.H. MEETING. 6:30pm. Knoxville H-D, 605 Lovell Rd, Knoxville, TN. Ladies welcome. 865-671-2454.

Third Thursday: CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLISTS ASSOCIATION DINNER & MEETING. Shoney's 219 NW Broad Street, Murfreesboro, TN, Dinner at 6:00, meeting at 7:00.

First Thursday: EAST TENNESSEE H.O.G MEETING at 7 pm. Knoxville H-D, 605 Lovell Rd, Knoxville, TN. 865-671-2454.

Third Thursday: DRAGON H.O.G. CHAPTER MEETING. 7 pm. The Shed, Smoky Mountain H-D, Maryville,TN 865-977-1669

First Thursday: RING OF FIRE H.O.G. in Madison. Meetings held at various locations. FMI call Emily at 615-855-1001 or or visit

Third Thursday: MUSIC CITY H.O.G. CHAPTER MEETING at Boswell's Nashville location. FMI call Mary Beth at Boswell's or email

Second Thursday: LADIES OF HARLEY, VOLUNTEER THUNDER H.O.G. MEETING. 6 pm in the H.O.G. Room, Knoxville Harley-Davidson North, 5800 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville, TN. Second Thursday: HINESVILLE GA BIKE NIGHT 7pm at Sonic Restaurant, 725 West Oglethorpe Hwy, Hinesville, GA. 368-1889 or

Third Thursday: BIKE NIGHT with Star Touring & Riding, Music City Chapter 419. Begins at 6:30pm in the Franklin, TN area. Location changes each month. 615-3648732 or Third Thursday: CMT/ABATE Chapter meeting at Dickson, TN VFW at 7pm. Last Thursday: WILKESBORO NC H.O.G. Chapter Meeting. Oakwoods Country Clubhouse, Wilkesboro, NC. Eat 6 pm; meeting 7 pm. or 336-667-1003

FRIDAY THE LOG CABIN, Hwy 411 (3 miles north of Benton, TN). Karaoke. 423-299-9186. OSKIE'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL, 155 West End Ave, Knoxville,TN. 865-675-0900. Bike Night-1/2 off appetizers and drink specials! Fish Fry $7.95 lunch, $9.95 dinner. COYOTE JOES, 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville,TN. 865-689-9722 DJ Clowny & Dancing 9-close. QUAKER STEAK & LUBE, 5616 Merchants Center Blvd, Knoxville, TN. 865-687-0399 or Party Boys Karaoke Fridays. DILLENGERS THE HIDEOUT, 10067 Hwy 46, Bon Aqua, TN. 931-670-0988 Bike Night Fridays, DJ Grif and Karaoke. First and Third Fridays: FIREPIT FRIDAYS at Wildcat H-D, London, KY. Live band and food available for purchase. Second Friday: BLUE GRASS BIKER BABES MEETING. Logan's Roadhouse, Scottsville Rd. Bowling Green, KY 5:30 p.m. Fourth Friday: BIKE NIGHT at Boswells H-D Cookeville, TN starting March 22nd at 6pm. SATURDAY COYOTE JOES, 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville,TN. 865-689-9722 DJ Clowny & Dancing 9-close. CREEKSIDE TAVERN, 7428 Clinton Hwy, Powell, TN. Bike Night/Day Sat & Sun, beer & food specials. 865-362-5654. New food menu!

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Apr 5: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Dandridge Pizza & More, Dandridge, TN, 8p-12a.

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Apr 5:WHISKEY 'N' WOOD performing at Oskies, Knoxville, TN.

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Apr 5: HEATHER MAPLES & MARK MEYER at Hoggs Pub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN.

Apr 5: GUY SMILEY at Coyote Joe's, Knoxville, TN. Apr 6: THE JOMPSON BROTHERS W/ THE CATHOUSE PROPHETS at the Shed, Smoky Mtn H-D, Maryville, TN. Apr 6: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at O'Mainins, Bristol TN, 10p-2a.

We welcome ski groups, birthday parties, rally groups, church groups, family reunions, car shows... groups of all kinds. Next door to Maggie Valley Festival grounds Senior Citizen and all Group Discounts Available 828.926.1245 ph & fax Hwy. 19, P.O. Box 38 72 Crider Circle Maggie Valley, NC 28751

Apr 6: TALL PAUL at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville, TN.


Apr 12: CRAIG SELLERS at Coyote Joe's, Knoxville, TN.

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Apr 6: LUKE ANDERSON, TAYLOR BROOKS & MARK MEYER at Hoggs Pub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN.


SATURDAY THE LOG CABIN, Hwy 411 (3 miles north of Benton, TN). Karaoke. 423-299-9186. OSKIE'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL, 155 West End Ave, Knoxville, TN. 865-675-0900. Karaoke 7pm-12am. DILLENGERS HIDEOUT, 10067 Hwy 46, Bon Aqua, TN. 931-670-0988. D.J. Grif! and Karaoke! THE BRUHIN SOCIAL CLUB, 4101 Bruhin Rd, Knoxville, TN. Karaoke every Saturday night. First Saturday: THRCA (TENNESSEE HONDA RIDER'S CLUB OF AMERICA) MEETING, PANCAKE BREAKFAST AND RIDE 8am year-round. $4, all you can eat pancakes and sausage. 615-417-6847 or First Saturday: BIKERS & SOCIAL CLUBS 4 CHANGE. 11am. Call Preacha at 901502-2423. PO Box 2075 Cordova, TN 38088. or email First Saturday: BIKER BLOCK PARTY & CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY at Bruce Rossmeyer H-D, Daytona Beach, FL. Free pig roast, live music, gift giveaways, biker games and contests, bike show with

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prizes. For vending opportunities call Mandy at 386-671-7103 or Second Saturday: VIRGINIA BIKERS ASSOCIATION meets at Cavalier Cafe on Route 58 East of Hillsville, VA at 6pm for dinner, meeting starts at 7pm. Second Saturday: COOL LADY CRUISERS based in Chattanooga, TN (a local chapter of WOMEN ON WHEELS) meets at 11am at Magoo's Restaurant, 3658 Ringgold Rd, East Ridge, TN. Rides follow each meeting Third Saturday: DODGE CITY TRAVEL CENTER BIKE NIGHT. I-65, Exit 299, 426 Alabama Hwy, 69 South, Dodge City, AL. Contact Janice at 256-287-1299. Third Saturday: CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLIST ASSOC Nashville Chapter ride. Devotion at 7:30 am, Eat at 8am, KSU at 9am. Shoney's, 2645 McGavock Pk, Nashville,TN. or

Apr 21: JASON ELLIS at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville, TN. Apr 25: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at The Orangery, Knoxville, TN, 6pm. Apr 25: MICHAEL ESSEX at Coyote Joes, Knoxville, TN. Apr 25: SOUTHERN DRAWL at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville, TN. Apr 26: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Ray's ESG, Knoxville TN, 10p-2a. Apr 26: COLOR OF FATE at Oskies, Knoxville, TN. Apr 26: SOUTHERN DRAWL at Coyote Joes, Knoxville, TN. Apr 26-27: PATIO PIRATE-GREG LUNDY at Hoggs Pub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN.

Apr 11: JACK'D UP at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville, TN.

Apr 27: BIG GUN AC/DC TRIBUTE at the Shed, Smoky Mtn H-D, Maryville, TN.

Apr 12: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Chevelles 66, Murphy, NC, 8pm.

Apr 27: SOUTHERN STEEL & NICK MATTHEWS BAND at Dillengers The Hideout, Bon Aqua, TN.

Apr 12: JD CABLE & THE EMPTY BOTTLE BAND performing at Oskies, Knoxville, TN.

Apr 13: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY CD RELEASE CONCERT at Dandridge Events Center @ Field of Dreams, Dandridge, TN, 7pm.

Apr 27: JACK'D UP at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville, TN. Apr 28: ROYAL HOUNDS at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville, TN. MAY May 3: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Dandridge Pizza & More, Dandridge, TN, 8p-12a. May 3: DRIVIN 'N CRYIN' at the Shed, SMH-D, Maryville, TN.

Apr 13: NICK MATTHEWS BAND at Dillengers The Hideout, Bon Aqua, TN.

May 4: MIDNIGHT SPECIAL at the Shed, SMH-D, Maryville, TN.

Apr 13: ELIZABETH COOK w/BARSTOOL ROMEOS at the Shed, Smoky Mtn H-D, Maryville, TN.

May 10: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Just 1 More Bar, Knoxville, TN, 8p.

Apr 13: SOUTHBOUND at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville, TN.

May 11: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Dumplin Valley Farm Concert, Jefferson City, TN, 7pm.

Apr 14: JAY MCDANIELS BAND at Coyote Joe's, Knoxville, TN.

May 11: CUTTHROAT SHAMROCK at the Shed, SMH-D, Maryville, TN.

Apr 14: JAN RIDENOUR & JACK'D UP at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville, TN.

May 17: BLACKBERRY SMOKE w/The Cathouse Prophets at the Shed, SMH-D, Maryville, TN.

Apr 18: ROYAL HOUNDS at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville, TN. Apr 19: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Just 1 More Bar, Knoxville, TN, 8pm. Apr 19: DEAD RINGERS at Coyote Joes, Knoxville, TN. Apr 19: MARK MEYER & THE PERFORMERS at Hoggs Pub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN. Apr 19: THE REINS BAND performing at Oskies, Knoxville, TN.

Last Saturday: Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2007, 1126 Claire Ave, West Palm Beach, FL. Drinks are priced at usual Happy Hour prices. FMI call 561-833-0687.

Apr 20: THE FLATLANDERS W/JOE PUG at the Shed, Smoky Mtn H-D, Maryville, TN.


Apr 20: RAW COUNTRY BAND at Dillengers The Hide Out, Bon Aqua, TN.

2013 EVENTS APRIL Apr 4: HARDWIRED at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville, TN.

Apr 20: JOHN TITLOW BAND at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville, TN.

Apr 7: JASON ELLIS at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville, TN.

Apr 12-13: PATIO PIRATE-GREG LUNDY at Hoggs Pub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN.


Apr 20: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Hoggs Pub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN, 7pm.

May 18: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Hoggs Pub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN, 7pm. May 18: PAUL THORN at the Shed, SMH-D, Maryville, TN. May 24: LEON RUSSELL at the Shed, SMHD, Maryville, TN. May 25 GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Brackins Blues Club, Maryville, TN 9pm. May 25: SHOOTER JENNINGS & the Triple Crown at the Shed, SMH-D, Maryville, TN. May 31: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Palace Theatre, Crossville, TN, 8pm. May 31: MARTY STUART & HIS FABULOUS SUPERLATIVES w/The Barstool Romeos at the Shed, SMH-D, Maryville, TN.

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