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he 2013 March Moto Madness began as last year’s event did with one exception....the number of people and bikes doubled. Every year the number of riders continues to increase for several reasons but the biggest one would be the location. The Tellico Plains area offers some of the best riding choices anywhere for all types of riding: sport, street, dual sport & single track. For $45 the riders each enjoyed 3 nights camping (port-a-johns, showers, water, RV sites with hook-ups), morning coffee, Thursday pot luck dinner, Friday and Saturday breakfast and great cookout dinners plus Sunday Huevos Rancheros breakfast. They also are entered in ﬁeld events and door prize giveaways. In Tellico plains, the group’s choice for headquarters has been the site of the Tellico Biker Rally on Steer Creek Road. From there, the group enjoyed
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plenty of riding off road on site trails, logging roads and creeks. Cherohala Skyway, Deals Gap/Tail of the Dragon, Hwy 64 following the Ocoee River along with many other sinuous and scenic roads were left to the street riders and guided tours. Watching the competitions for dual sport dominance was really great. I almost got on one to try it out until I saw a couple riders go down in the creek. The water was about 45 degrees! 5060 riders cheered each one on as they motored thru the land-creek-landcreek-land designed course with dirt mounds, rocks, sand, mud and water. The object was not to put your feet down on the entire course. High lights of the evenings were great cookouts and the campﬁre discussions and recalling the day’s rides and events. A good menu has always been an integral part of MMM and this year’s spread was no exception. Local vendors, Tellico Motorcycle Outﬁtters, GSM Moto Rentals and Dual Sport Touring were among the many businesses that donated door prizes. The top prize this year was Klim Technical Riding Gear. Next year’s event is already getting noticeable attention and the group of
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ot many people have as many friends from as many different backgrounds, from so many different lifestyles and from so many different walks of life, as did James “Lucky” DeCoursey. From the 300 or so people that showed up for the poker run and concert in his honor, you could tell his life’s word was honest friendship, the compassion to help others and the love to ride. I met James through my niece, Jessica, at Ultimate Cycles back in the day and we’ve been friends ever since. I never saw him without a smile (or a can of PBR), but his constant willingness to make sure the people around him were smiling and enjoying life seemed to me to be what we would all want to do. As we discussed
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By The Mag Man, Randy Gracy
one day, life is too short not to enjoy it with everyone. James passed away after a motorcycle accident, but it’s evident, he will never be forgotten. We didn’t say goodbye, only, we’ll see you later. His life and his heart joins ours in making sure his wife, Jeniﬁer and the children will remain a permanent part of all of our families. From Tom Blevins: “I’m proud to have been a part of the most successful poker run and beneﬁt I’ve ever been associated with this past Sunday, in honor of my late friend, James “Lucky” DeCoursey. We raised a lot of money, brought people together and brought out the best from everyone. It makes my heart jump when I think
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Getting up and getting ready the next day was easy as we had proper motivation. Our destination for the day was number 1 on our to-do list; Passo del Stelvio, or Stelvio Pass. Robert had been to Italy before and ridden this magniﬁcent road, seemingly built just for motorcycles and driving enthusiasts everywhere. We approached the pass from the north and with the increasing vegetation the road actually snuck up on us. We were riding uphill, but suddenly, the road became twisting and sinewy then the curve markers made it clear we were on target. The road up the pass was much narrower than I had imagined and the only thing between you and a fatal fall below was a knee high rock wall. Even with the smaller cars found in Europe, two cars meeting often required both cars coming to a near stop and passing with mere inches between them. However, being on the bikes gave us plenty of room and the drivers over there are courteous and polite and give you plenty of room. It was a joy driving over there where the majority of the drivers actually “know” how to drive.
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To try to put into words the thrill and joy of riding Stelvio Pass would tax my already narrow ability. To put into words riding Stelvio on a BMW 1600 GT would be impossible. Silky smooth engine, exhaust note sounding like a Formula 1 engine, and the handling of a sport bike is what I had under me and, believe me, it LOVED the Stelvio Pass. At the top of the pass was a small hamlet, quaint and peaceful despite the multiple dozens of motorcycles and sport cars assembled there. Also on hand was a street vendor, in the traditional lederhosen, selling fresh Brats on fresh baked bread. If you go, be sure to get yours with mustard and kraut. Standing on top of the world in Italy, eating some of Bavaria’s ﬁnest fare after riding the most impressive road I’ve ever seen made for a great day. If the day was great, the night was going to get even better. Robert and I made our way down the south slope of the pass through Bormio. Just as every town is in Europe, Bormio is quaint, peaceful and charming. Outside of Bormio, we rode and I noticed I was
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getting extremely sleepy, even though it was just 2:00 pm. Robert ﬂashed his lights and I pulled over to check on him.
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He informed me he was very sleepy as well. Apparently the adrenaline rush we had on the Stelvio road had worn off leaving us exhausted. We decided a rest stop was mandatory and I started looking for a suitable place for a break. Remember, in Europe, convenience stores aren’t easily found so ristorantes, and/or Gasthauses are what to watch for. With caution, we rode to Livogna, Italy and inside a curve on the road, by a tranquil pond was a new ristorante and gasthaus. We parked the bikes and wearily walked in. We were greeted by the bar maid and hotel owner, neither of which spoke English. Fortunately my limited high school German was sufﬁcient to get us each a beverage of our choice; two if you are keeping score. Robert said he was too tired to continue and I checked on lodging. Two of the nicest, cleanest rooms we had were offered for only 60 Euro each and they included dinner that night, breakfast the following morning and garage space for our bikes. The front desk clerk did speak some English, which helped, but most of all everyone at the establishment was glad to see us and gave us absolute ﬁrst class service. While Robert rested, I rode the 25 km back to Bormio and rode the Stelvio Pass again. It had rained earlier so there was virtually no trafﬁc anymore and the road was all mine. I made my way back to the hotel by 7:30 and met Robert in the dining room for the complementary 5 course, 5star meal served to us that evening. They were so very generous with the portions that Robert and I turned down course 2 and 4; the salad and carne scaloppini. The rest was more than enough and the vanilla and chocolate gelato they gave us for the ﬁnale was nothing short of amazing. If you do make it to Italy on a tour, be sure to look up the Ristorante in Livogna. It is top notch, hands down the ﬁnest night we had on our trip. And Passo del Stelvio is only 25 km away! Suiting up after our stay in Livogna was hard; partly because we were still stuffed to the gills from the previous evening’s dinner and partly because this was our last full day of riding in Europe. Today’s destination was back to Interlaken, Switzerland and the Best Western at the foot of the Jungfrau Mountain. The ride was, as usual, breath taking and every turn of the road opened up another panoramic vista. Soon after leaving Italy, the skies grew grey and we coped with wet roads and
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rain. As before, the sure footed BMWs with their ABS and ASC (traction control) kept us ﬁrmly planted to the road and allowed us to enjoy the curves and splendor of the Alps. Interlaken was in view by mid afternoon and we checked into the Best Western and were shown the garage in which we could park our bikes out of the weather. Our last day of riding in Europe was a short one. After breakfast we went to the shops in Interlaken where Robert and I made more purchases and mounted up for the ﬁnal leg; Interlaken to Thun, Switzerland. A kind gentleman gave us a picturesque route to take that was well off the beaten path, and equally hard to navigate. After getting us lost no less than three times, I ﬁnally found it and it was worth the effort. Roads so narrow that two bikes would have a hard time passing. Fortunately there were numerous pull offs for us when we met the occasional local resident. But narrow as the roads were, the payoff was the scenery on the back side of the Jungfrau mountain and the valley leading back into Thun. The bikes had to be turned in by noon and we made it there with only a minute or two to spare (by design of course). We turned the bikes in unscathed and got our deposits back, ate a great lunch at the diner in the bike shop, caught the train and headed back to Zurich for the return ﬂight the next morning. At the end of our ten day odyssey, I managed to log 2450 km on my 1600GT. Robert had slightly less as he rested the day I rode the Stelvio again. The bikes performed without fault and we certainly made the right choice with the BMWs. The Europeans are so incredibly biker friendly it was amazing. Merchants would allow us to park on the sidewalk in front of their business, we were directed down sidewalks by the local constabulary to avoid trafﬁc jams, at road construction stops we were waved to the front of the line and at each evening the innkeepers would volunteer secluded, guarded parking. If you have ever wanted to tour Europe but have been intimidated, don’t be. It was my ﬁrst time there and even though Robert had been before on guided tours we made good, solid plans for the beginning and end of the trip and counted on our adventurous spirit for the nine days in the middle. We made it just ﬁne. If your spirit isn’t that in tune to adventure, by all means make reservations and take a guided tour with one of the many, ﬁne motorcycle tour companies advertising in this magazine. Either way, you’ll be treated to an experience like never before and you’ll thank yourself many times over for it. May, 2013
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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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Next year’s OAA Bike Blessing is already in the works and as I see it, it should be HUGE.
The opening ceremonies included singing of the National Anthem, words of blessings by Preacher Morgan and then I was honored to be asked to say the blessing over everyone before they headed out on their ride. The riders went to their motorcycles and each bike was blessed and the riders received Grace for the year’s riding season. The 90 mile ride featured a scenic, ﬁve county route through the East Tennessee countryside. On their return, they were treated to a pig roast and entertainment from the group CAB. Door prizes were given out and riders left on their way home. On a side note, my wife’s (Kristin) motorcycle was having work done on it by Wayne Porter and she was not available to go on the ride. Wayne, Preacher Morgan and I surprised her days later with her ﬁnished bike and a personal blessing at our house. What an awesome day!
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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 3-5: 7TH ADOPT-A-VET WEEKEND at Big Sandy Trail Ride Camp, Big Sandy. Poker run and bike games. Food and entertainment. Tent camping $8/day, RV hookups $15/day. Restrooms and showers available. Sponsored by Unforgotten MC. Event Cost: $5/person, veterans free. FMI: 731-336-3822 or 731-641-9015 May 4: MOTORCYCLE RIDE & CLASSIC CAR CRUISE FUNDRAISER at East 52 Volunteer Fire Dept, 4626 Livingston Hwy, Celina. Rain date: May 11. Registration begins at 10am, Ride/Cruise begins at 11am. Approximately 3-4 hours. Pancake breakfast starting at 6am, $5/plate. Registration fee: Motorcycle or car driver $20, passengers $5. Registration includes lunch after ride. All proceeds go to the ﬁre department. FMI East52ﬁredept@gmail.com and on Facebook. May 4: FUNDRAISER FOR CAYLA GRANT, 14336 Hwy 51 S, Atoka. All proceeds to be used to offset medical and living expenses not covered by insurance. Cayla was born on Jan 14, 2013 and was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma, a highly aggressive childhood cancer. Insurance isn't covering Cayla because she was diagnosed in utero, therfore making her diagnoses a pre-existing condition. All medical expenses for the baby must be paid by the family. KSU: 09:30. FMI: 901-596-4201 or email@example.com or www. facebook.com/events/477662362286837/?ref=14 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. Contact 931-879-3899 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! FMI call 615-444-8959.
Grove. Memorial service, music and drink. Rafﬂe for an AK-47. $10 per rider, $10 per t-shirt, $10 per nonride. FMI 931-237-0951 or www.sfa38.org. Riders can register and pay online thru Paypal on our website. Look for the "SF Memorial Bike Ride" tab at the top of the page.
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. Contact Kim Marlin 615-310-3436
May 18: ST. JUDE RUN/BENEFIT at Dillengers The Hideout, Bon Aqua.
May 11: CMT/ABATE of DICKSON/HUMPHREYS BIKE & TATTOO SHOW at VFW Post 4641, 215 Marshal Stewart Rd, Dickson. Poker Run, rafﬂe, live music, food, vendors, bike and tattoo contest with trophies. Plus a beneﬁt for Highland Rim Headstart will be accepting donations in the form of school, cleaning and paper supplies, plus a cash donation. Event Cost: $10/$15 a couple, poker run $5. KSU: 10:00. FMI: 615426-7344 for show and for headstart 615-482-7732, firstname.lastname@example.org May 11: FREEDOM ISN'T FREE MOTORCYCLE RIDE starts at Wilson County Fairgrounds, 945 Baddour Pkwy, Lebanon. Registration 8:30 am - 10:00 am. FBO at 10:30 am. Ride will go to Center Hill Dam and return to Lebanon for a concert. Proceeds go to support the Wounded Warrior Project. FMI (615) 5872094 or http://freedomisntfreeride.webs.com/. May 16-19: HAWG HOLLER in Atwood. Visit www. hawgholler.net. May 17-19: Buffalo River Run Rally, 3215 Waynesboro Hwy, Waynesboro. www.buffaloriverride.com May 17-19: WINGSTOCK XIII in Fayetteville, 27 Berryhill Lane. May 18 @ 10am-Free 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. Visit www.facebook.com/Wingstock4Charity FMI 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 with 2 free admissions. General adm $5, 12 and under free. New, used, take-offs, scratch & dent parts, leather, jewelry, tshirts and more. FMI 615-310-3436. May 18: SPECIAL FORCES MEMORIAL RIDE at Appleton H-D, 2501 Hwy 41A Byp, Clarksville. Registration at 12pm, KSU at 1pm. Ride ends with food at Chapter 38 Safehouse, 10355 Bell Station Rd, Oak
May 18: THE BRITTANY PROJECT RUN at Bumpus H-D, Murfreesboro. Approx. 100 mile scenic route. Registration 9-10 am. Lunch and T-Shirt included with Entry Fee. Silent Auction, prizes. May 18: BIKERS FOR CHRIST 4TH ANNUAL THUNDER ON MAIN at Downtown Main St, Pikeville. 9am6pm. Live Music, Bike Run, Great food vendors, retail vendors, air brush painting and Car Cruise In. Bike Show/Peoples Choice award and Car Show/Peoples Choice award. Bike run through Sequatchie Valley. FMI Colleen Raber 423-453-6990. Event Cost: non-perishable food items. KSU @ 10:30am. May 18: 4TH NATIONAL ARMED FORCES FREEDOM RIDE starts at 426 W Broad St, Smithville. Registration begins at 10am, KSU at 11am. To honor Armed Forces Day and salute all those in the military. FMI call 615-613-4570 or www.naffrfreedomridetennessee.webs.com. May 18: 6TH ANNUAL FALLEN HEROES MEMORIAL RIDE in memory of fallen ofﬁcers at H-D of Columbia. Registration 9:30am, KSU 10:30am. Proceeds beneﬁt Concerns of Police Survivors of Middle & East TN and Fallen Heroes Pavilion Project. FMI contact Brian Jones email@example.com. May 19: MIDDLE TN RIDE FOR KIDS starts at Jim Warren Park, 705 Boyd Mill Ave, Franklin. Registration begins at 8am, KSU at 10am. Escorted ride goes through Williamson County returning for a free lunch and Celebration of Life program including the opportunity to win a Honda motorcycle. Pre register online. Rain or shine event. FMI (800) 253-6530 or http://rideforkids.org. 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. More info 423-290-2166 or Rodney@thunderontherock.net or visit www.thunderontherock.net. May 24-27: HOGFEST in Pelham. Visit www.hogfestoftn.com
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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. FMI call or text Karla Holtcamp @ 423-321-2376. May 4: HOSPICE HONOR RIDE/POKER RUN in Chattanooga. Poker Run to beneﬁt Hospice of Chattanooga Vet to Vet Program. Veteran volunteers have a special ceremony to honor Veteran patients for their service. FMI: 423-892-1278 www.hospiceofchattanooga.org susan_witt@hospiceofchat tanooga.org May 4: 1ST ANNUAL TODD (DOC) TUCKIER RIDE. Everyone welcome, live music, food & silent auction at Spring City Nature Park. KSU at 12pm. $20 per bike. Registration starts at 10am at Holiday Inn Express in Dayton. 1st stop at the Amvets in Decatur. Last stop at Spring City Nature Park. FMI call Lori Ward Tuckier 423-618-9576 or 423-421-8782. May 4: VOLUNTEER THUNDER H.O.G. Chapter FundraiserYard 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 4: KENTUCKY DERBY DAY at Quaker Steak & Lube in Knoxville with $5 mint juleps and $5 Makers Mark shots. Wear your derby hat and get 10% discount. Prizes & giveaways. Music by Third Degree. 865-687-0399 May 5: DRAIK SWAP MEET FUNDRAISER at Willis Cycle Works, 10611 Kingston Pk, Knoxville. Car wash, bake sale and swap meet to help raise money for Draik's Racing fund. Half of all ETB parts sold will go directly to help Draiks racing efforts. May 5: CINCO DE MAYO PARTY at Coyote Joes with margarita specials, corona, dos equis, tequila shots and live music. 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville. May 5: HOGS & DOGS Ben Atchley Veterans Beneﬁt Ride at Knoxville H-D West, Lovell Rd, Knoxville. KSU at 4pm. Ride, hot dogs, drinks, 50/50, door prizes. All proceeds to Ben Atchley Veterans Home.
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EAST TN - 2013 MAY Now through Aug 3: ENTER FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A 2013 H-D 110TH ANNIVERSARY FAT BOY LOW donated by Smoky Mountain H-D. Blount County Habitat for Humanity kicks off a rafﬂe to beneﬁt 2013 Harley House.Tickets $50 with 1,000 tickets available. Drawing held on Aug 3 at The Shed in Maryville. All proceeds from ticket sales will beneﬁt the building of the 2013 Harley House. Tickets available at Smoky Mountain H-D, Maryville and Blount County Habitat for Humanity, Maryville.
May 5: CINCO DE MAYO PARTY at The Log Cabin with beer specials. Hwy 411, 3 miles north of Benton. 423-299-9186 May 5: CINCO DE MAYO specials at Oskies, 155 West End Ave, Knoxville with $4 margaritas, $1 tacos, $8.95 Mexican Platter. May 5: CINCO DE MAYO celebration at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville. Margaritas & beer specials. Imagine That tattoo contest. May 5: CINCO DE MAYO WEEKEND at El Jimador, the best Mexican Grill in Blount County. Food and drink specials, outside patio seating and live music with Jeff Joplin Band. 1705 E. Lamar Alexander Pkwy, Maryville. 865-681-6040 and Facebook. May 5-6: 2nd Annual CINCO de MAYO Overnight Ride to Harrah's Cherokee Casino. Join Smoky Mountain H-D and Wildcat H-D in celebration of Cinco de Mayo. Single/$149, Double/$199. Register at www.smh-d.com and must be received by May 1, 2013 with payment. May 11: HILLBILLY 66 KAR & BIKE KRUISE-IN at Knoxville H-D, 5800 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville. 1988 & earlier rods & bikes. Free early reg-$10 day of. Live music with The Royal Hounds. Pin Up girl contest $300, $200, $100 cash prizes. Registration 2p-6p. Music starts at 6p. Custom HB66 Trophies. www.hillbilly66.com or call 865-223-9679. May 11: North Hamblen Fire Department in Morristown. along with the Dandridge chapter of the roughnecks are doing a bike ride to beneﬁt the department. May 11: TRUNK SALE at Fountain City Jewelers, 4914 N Broadway, #B, Knoxville. Over 600 pops will be in store. 865686-0502 or fountaincityjewelers.com May 11: SMOKIN' HOT BIKINI BIKE & CAR WASH at Skyway Bar, Sweetwater. May 11: KNEE DRAGGERS BALL & ULTIMATE BIKE BASH with live music by Kitty Wampus, Bike Show with custom awards, burnout competition, bikini bike wash, tattoo contest at Moon's Bar & Grill, 205 S. Court St, Maryville. 865-9810090. May 12-18: NATIONAL POLICE & EMS WEEK at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville. Show your ID and receive 10% discount. May 14: BIKE NIGHT KICK-OFF at Moon's Bar & Grill, 205 S. Court St, Maryville. Happy hour 4p-9p BYOL. Darts, Cornhole & Pool. 865-981-0090
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(865) 681-6040 All Major Credit Cards Accepted 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. Call 423-337-8390 FMI or visit www. tellicobikerrally.com and Facebook. 801 Steer Creek Rd, Tellico Plains. May 18: THUNDER ON MAIN 4th Annual, Pikeville. 9:00 am CDT. Entry fee: non-perishable food items. Bikers for Christ Eagle View Chapter hosting for an outreach ministry that helps supply the food bank and emergency funds within the area. Live music, bike run, food vendors, retail vendors, inﬂatables, arts & crafts, car cruise in, face painting. FMI Call 423-453-6990 or firstname.lastname@example.org May 18: 2nd ANNUAL CAR & MOTORCYCLE SHOW presented by Knox County Sheriff's Ofﬁce Drug Prevention. Open to all vehicles old and new. Chilhowee Park, Knoxville. Rain or shine. $20 vehicle entry fee. Door prizes, live bluegrass music, BBQ and concessions. Registration 9a-11a, judging begins at 12p. Awards at 3p. Childrens activities and Sheriff's ofﬁce Special Teams Exhibits. 865-215-5619. Proceeds to beneﬁt K.C.S.O. Children's Drug Prevention Program. May 18: B.A.C.A. (Bikers Against Child Abuse) Volunteer State Chapter Ride 100 Mile Run to Bobarosa, Newport. Meet at 11am at Coyote Joe's Knoxville, KSU at 12:30pm. Every year on the same date, all BACA chapters around the world saddle up and ride to raise awareness for child abuse. This is a very relaxed ride, how you get to Bobarosa is up to you. We are not charging a fee, but donations gladly accepted! Spread the word and invite a friend. FMI Chef John 865-384-1691. May 18: 12TH ANNUAL FRIENDS OF MISSIONS MOTORCYCLE FUN RUN at Clear Springs Baptist Church in Corryton. Registration begins at 10am, KSU at 11am. Approximately 3 hour ride. Contributions only! Most $ contributed over $100 receives a his and hers matching bracelet and chain set. Door prizes, t-shirts, Make checks payable to Clear Springs Baptist Church. Beneﬁts Clear Springs Baptist Church's Missionary efforts at home and abroad. Cookout after the ride. FMI call Wendell at 865-689-8118 or email@example.com or Facebook. 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. FMI Eddie 865-405-6862.
May 19: Smoky Mountain Blessing of the Bikes at Douglas Dam Overlook on Douglas Lake. 975 Overlook Way, Sevierville. Service begins at 11:30am. Food, live music & fellowship. Blessing starts at 2:00pm. NO admission cost. FMI Jim White at 865-850-7539 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Presented by the Shiloh Riders Association, Inc. May 22: BIKE NIGHT KICK-OFF at Nater'z, 510 N Foothills Plaza Dr, Maryville. www.naterzsportsgrill.com $12 domestic buckets, 1/2 priced select appetizers. Music by Taboo. Nater'z Harlem Shake video ﬁlming from the roof-wear your outlandish costume or outﬁt and bring props. May 24-26: MEMORIAL MAYHEM at Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson, Maryville. 24th-Leon Russell, 25th-Shooter Jennings & The Triple Crown, 24th-26-Wall of Death Stunt Show hourly. FMI visit www.SMH-D.com May 25: RELAY FOR LIFE MOTORCYCLE RUN start at Colboch H-D, Morristown, end at Howmet Corp, 5650 Commerce Blvd, Morristown. Registration at 10am, KSU at 11am. $10 registration fee per driver, $5 for rider. All proceeds go to the Hamblen County Relay for Life. Checks payable to American Cancer Society. FMI 423-317-3301 or Betsy. Messick@alcoa.com May 25: 2ND ANNUAL SAVE THE TA TA'S starts at Billy Jack's, 9 Pennsylvania Ave, Bristol. Registration begins at 9am. Ride ends with bike games and more. The ride will raise money for Susan G Komen Breast Cancer. FMI (423) 217-0442 May 25: NATIONAL WINE DAY at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville. $18 bucket of toes and music by Jack'd Up and Homemade Wine. May 26: SMOKY MOUNTAIN THUNDER MEMORIAL RIDE XIII. Opening ceremony starts at 10AM at Sevier County Courthouse. KSU at 11AM. Police escorted 65 mile ride to Grainger County Veterans Overlook. FMI: Ron Giddis 865453-6532 or www.smokymountainthunder.net May 28-Jun 2: TN STATE H.O.G. RALLY hosted by Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson, Maryville. www.tnstatehogrally. com May 30-Jun 2: HOG RALLY WEEKEND with music & dancing at Coyote Joes, 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville. 865-689-9722. ALABAMA 2013 MAY May 17-18: SHINE IN LAPINE Rally in Lapine, AL. Visit www. shineinlapine.com FMI.
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ARKANSAS 2013 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 www. springriverrally.com or call 870-955-8107. See ad this issue. FLORIDA 2013 MAY May 1-5: THUNDER BEACH RALLY in Panama City Beach. World class custom motorcycle show. 9 ofﬁcial free venues featuring premier national vendors. Miss Thunder Beach Pageant and more! Visit www.thunderbeachproductions. com FMI. May 4: CINCO DE MAYO POKER RUN hosted by American Legion post 36. 4pm registration at American Legion, 1620 W State Rd 84, Ft Lauderdale. 5pm FBO, 8pm LBI then karaoke, rafﬂes & 50/50, cervezas & margarita specials. Prizes for best & worst hand. $15/hand includes buffet dinner. FMI email@example.com May 18: DAVID WOOD BENEFIT RIDE IN. Five starting points: Ms Newby's, The Buoy, Flashbacks, Coyote & Annie Hideaway. Please be at one of these sponsors before noon to start the ride to American Legion Post 392, 535 Oak Ave, Panama City. Cars welcome too! A fundraiser for a Vietnam Vet and long time resident of Panama City who has been diagnosed with esophageal stage 3 in the lymph nodes. 100% of all donation will go to the Wood family at the end of the beneﬁt. $5 tickets for a chance to win up to $1,000, booze basket, bands, dunking booth, great food. FMI call Nancy Castro at 850-220-3090 or firstname.lastname@example.org.ﬂ.us 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. Visit www.bikerscare4kids.org or call 954-346-3343 FMI. May 26: ABATE MEMORIAL DAY EVENT at Café 27, 4690 US Hwy 27, Weston. Come out and Support Your Motorcycle Rights Organization Live Music, Service with Honor Guard, Drink and Food specials, Safety and Membership booth, Vendors. Event Cost: $3 single-$5 couples FMI: Bars at 954567-5720
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GEORGIA 2013 MAY May 2-5: BASIC RIDER COURSE at Killer Creek H-D, Roswell. www.killercreekharley.com May 3: BIKE NIGHT at Wild Wings, Alpharetta, sponsored by Killer Creek H-D. May 9: Customer Appreciation Bike Night at H-D Atlanta, Lithia Springs with The Russell Barron Band! Free adult beverages, great food vendors and more! FMI Jan @ 770-944-1340 or email@example.com. May 11: THIS IS HOW WE DO IT Technician Demo at Killer Creek H-D, Alpharetta. May 11: POKER RUN TO BENEFIT HOPES & DREAMS RIDING FACILITY & PUPS whose goal is to help soldiers suffering from PTSD through horseback riding and camaraderie. They also help train service dogs. Hosted by Green Knights MMC Chap 81 (Moody AFB). FMI call 229-630-5612 or firstname.lastname@example.org May 12: RIDE IT BEFORE YOU BUY IT Demo Day at Killer Creek H-D, Alpharetta. May 16: BIKE NIGHT at Lorena's, Dawsonville sponsored by Killer Creek H-D. May 16-19: BASIC RIDER COURSE at Killer Creek H-D, Alpharetta. www.killercreekharley.com May 18: 1ST ANNUAL CRUISE-IN and Car Show at Great American Burger Boutique & Ale, 4790 Peachtree Industrial Blvd, Norcross. Celebrating 2013 Armed Forces Day. Noon8pm. Live music, $15 vehicle entry fee, all cars & bikes welcome. PinUps for soldiers. Registration starts at 11am - ends at 5pm, awards at 7pm. 50/50 rafﬂe.All proceeds go to sending care packages to troops worldwide. Facebook May 22: BIKE NIGHT at Rocco's, Jasper. Sponsored by Killer Creek H-D. May 25: Harley's Heroes(tm) Disabled American Veteran's Mobile Service Ofﬁce will be at Killer Creek H-D, 12pm-5pm. Veterans can come to KCHD and learn about programs they are eligible for through the DAV/MSO. 11480 Alpharetta Hwy, Roswell. FMI 770-777-1000 or www.killercreekharley.com. May 28: BIKE NIGHT at Hooters, Lawrenceville. Sponsored by Killer Creek H-D. KENTUCKY 2013 MAY May 5-6: 2nd Annual CINCO de MAYO Overnight Ride to Harrah's Cherokee Casino. Join Smoky Mountain H-D and Wildcat H-D in celebration of Cinco de Mayo. Enjoy a
fajita dinner on May 5 (1st margarita on us) and breakfast the next morning before we head out. Single package $149, Double package $199. Includes room, dinner, breakfast, $10 voucher for casino ﬂoor. Registration forms available at www. wildcatharley.com and must be received by May 1, 2013 with payment. 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. FMI visit www.hawgvalleybikerally.com, call Frank at 812-660-0584 or email email@example.com. May 18: B.A.C.A. 100 Mile Ride starting at 10am at Man O War Harley-Davidson, Lexington and ends at Showmees in Lexington. Facebook May 18: TAYLOR SURVIVORS "RELAY FOR LIFE" 12TH ANNUAL BIKE RIDE. Registration 9am, KSU at 11:15am. Pulaski County Park, Somerset. $15/person, $25/couple. Registered riders will receive tickets for drawing, 1st ticket $100, 2nd ticket $50, 50/50 pot of gold. Food will be provided. Facebook. LOUISIANA 2013 MAY May 11: BROTHERS KEEPERS MONROE 3RD ANNUAL RIDE at Bleu Bayou H-D, 6200 Frontage Rd, Monroe. All proceeds/donations to Camp Quality. Registration starts @ 8am, LBO @ 9:30am. Registration $25/single or $40/double. Pre registration available at area bike shops and other locations. Pre registration includes T-shirt. On-site registration will not include the T-shirt. Food, drinks, 50/50 drawing, auction, and plenty of fellowship! FMI call 318-235-3935. MISSISSIPPI 2013 MAY May 17-19: THUNDER RIDGE BIKE RALLY, 15893 Hwy 19, North Philadelphia. $25 weekend pass, $15 day pass. Live entertainment, biker games, bike show, vendors, free camping, RV hookups and more! 601-416-9175 or melody1079@bellsouth. net 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. 228392-8281 or www.gulfportmemorialdayblowout.com
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.memorialdaybikerparty.com NORTH CAROLINA 2013 MAY May 3-5: THUNDER IN THE SMOKIES in Maggie Valley. www. handlebarcorral.com. May 19: OFFICER DOWN MEMORIAL RIDE, Caldwell County Blue Knights NC XXIV. Proceeds to NC C.O.P.S. Preregister 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. BKNC24@live.com. May 24-26: MAGGIE VALLEY SPRING RALLY at Maggie Valley Festival Grounds, Maggie Valley. 336-643-1367 or www.maggievalleyspringrally.com 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. www.boonebikerally.com or 828-733-8060 FMI. SOUTH CAROLINA 2013 MAY May 10-19: MYRTLE BEACH BIKE WEEK, Murrels Inlet. 336643-1367 or www.myrtlebeachbikeweek.com May 12-16: MYRTLE BEACH BIKE WEEK "THE RIDE", Grand Strand. 336-643-1367 or www.myrtlebeachbikeweektheride. com TEXAS 2013 MAY May 16-19: RALLY IN THE CRATER in Mt. Enterprise,TX.Visit www.rallys-r-us.com FMI. WV/VIRGINIA 2013 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 276-988-5726 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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MON-FRI 9AM-5PM Come by & See our Showroom SAT 9AM-1PM of Bikes, Trikes & Accessories 68 Trimble Hwy. 731-665-7536 Rutherford, TN NATIONAL EVENTS 2013 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 800-531-2424. May 19: BLUE KNIGHTS INDIANA XIII 8th Annual Charity Ride & Bike Blessing at Homers Fun Center, 42 W Canal St, Peru, IN. Free t-shirt to ﬁrst 200 riders & passengers. Registration 12-1pm, LBO at 1:30pm, LBI at 4pm. $50 to highest hand, $15 rider fee/$15 passenger fee. Door prizes. Proceeds beneﬁt various local charities. FMI 765-395-7184 or Indiana. email@example.com or www.bkinxiii.org May 30-Jun 2: IOWA GRAND MOTORCYCLE RALLY 3333 Rusty Wallace Drive, Newton. Advance tickets on sale now. Live music, free tent camping in designated areas, RV sites $50. Vendor spaces available. www.iowagrandrally.com or Facebook or 866-787-8946.
Second Sunday: SUPER SWAP SUNDAY MOTORCYCLE & CAR SWAP MEET at Destination Daytona, Daytona Beach, FL. 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. MONDAY COYOTE JOES, 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville, TN. 865-6899722. $2 Dom. Bottles, .35 cent wings. CREEKSIDE TAVERN, 7428 Clinton Hwy, Powell, TN. 865362-5654. Happy hour 12p-7p. Daily lunch specials. New food menu. QUAKER STEAK and LUBE, 5616 Merchants Center Blvd, Knoxville, TN. 865-687-0399 or www.quakersteakandlube. com/knoxville_TN/ $5 burger special.
BIKE NIGHTS, WEEKLY RIDES & RECURRING EVENTS SUNDAY THE LOG CABIN, Hwy 411 (3 miles north of Benton, TN). Pool tourney 423-299-9186.
OSKIE'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL, 155 West End Ave, Knoxville, TN. 865-675-0900. Burger basket $5.
OSKIE'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL, 155 West End Ave, Knoxville TN. 865-675-0900. Karaoke 7-12am.
DILLENGERS THE HIDE OUT, 10067 Hwy 46, Bon Aqua, TN. www.dillengersthehideout.com 931-670-0988. Free pool all day Monday!
CREEKSIDE TAVERN, 7428 Clinton Hwy, Powell, TN. Bike Night/Day Sat & Sun, beer & food specials. Free Food Sundays! 865-362-5654. New Food Menu! DILLENGERS THE HIDE OUT,10067 Hwy 46, Bon Aqua, TN. www.dillengersthehideout.com 931-670-0988. Sunday Free wings & happy hour prices. QUAKER STEAK and LUBE, 5616 Merchants Center Blvd, Knoxville, TN. 865-687-0399 or www.quakersteakandlube. com/knoxville_TN Nascar beer specials. COYOTE JOES, 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville, TN. 865-6899722-$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 NATER'Z Sunday Patio Party w/$12 domestic buckets, $5.99 Burger & fries, Hair of the Dog Bar, Maryville, TN. AMERICAN FREEDOM RIDERS Post 36 serving breakfast 10am-12pm every Sunday. Chapter 1, Fort Lauderdale, FL. www.americanfreedomriders.webs.com
NATERZ Mexican Monday, .99 tacos, $2.75 corona & dos equis, $10 taco pizza. Maryville, TN.
Second Monday: NASHVILLE TN H.O.G. CHAPTER meeting at Logan's Road House on Elliston Place. FMI contact Candida at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.nashvillehogchapter. com. 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 www. cmtabate.com 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.Rockinroadshow.com or 813-915-1555. TUESDAY COYOTE JOES, 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville, TN. 865-6899722-$2 Dom. Bottles, .35 cent wings. CREEKSIDE TAVERN, 7428 Clinton Hwy, Powell, TN. 865362-5654. Happy hour 12p-7p, daily lunch specials, new food menu. QUAKER STEAK and LUBE, 5616 Merchants Center Blvd, Knoxville, TN. 865-687-0399 or www.quakersteakandlube. com/knoxville_TN/ All you can eat wings Tuesdays.
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OSKIE'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL, 155 West End Ave, Knoxville, TN. 865-675-0900. Taco Tuesdays $1.00/$8.95 platters. DILLENGERS THE HIDE OUT: 10067 Hwy 46, Bon Aqua, TN. www.dillengersthehideout.com 931-670-0988. MENS NITE $5 per pitch draft for men. $1 long necks for ladies! 8pm10pm. Line dance lessons 7p-9p. NATERZ Ladies night, 1/2 price bottle of wine, $9.99 steak, fries & salad, DJ-Karaoke, Maryville, TN. AMERICAN LEGION POST 47 BIKE NIGHT, 171 Legion Dr, Waynesville, NC. (828) 456-8691. Starts at 6:30pm. email@example.com SMITTY'S BAR & GRILL ON THE HILL BIKE NIGHT, 1969 Murfreesboro Rd, Lebanon, TN. 6pm-10pm. $1.75 domestics, $1.50 drafts, for the ladies $2.25 wine coolers. First Tuesday: CMT/ABATE OF ROBERTSON COUNTY MEETING at the Pit, Springﬁeld, TN. 615-476-0935, 7pm.
WEDNESDAY THE STARTING GATE BIKE NIGHT, 5052 Katella Ave, Los Alamitos, CA, 5pm-9pm. Best Bike Trophy, 50/50 & rafﬂes. Family Friendly. FMI call Jim at 714-350-0772 DILLENGERS HIDEOUT, 10067 Hwy 46, Bon Aqua, TN. 931670-0988. www.dillengersthehideout.com 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 www.silveradonightclub.com 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. 865362-5654. Daily lunch specials, new food menu. Happy Hour 12p-7p.
First Tuesday: ANDERSON COUNTY, TN TOY RUN COMMITTEE MEETING. 7 pm. 865-805-0527 info@andersoncou ntytoyrun.org
QUAKER STEAK and LUBE, 5616 Merchants Center Blvd, Knoxville, TN. 865-687-0399 or www.quakersteakandlube. com/knoxville_TN/ Breaded boneless wings .60 cents & Shrimp .60 cents. Blind Draw Dart Tourney at 7pm.
First Tuesday: LADIES OF HARLEY DRAGON CHAPTER MEETING, The Shed at SMH-D, Maryville, TN, 6 pm.
COYOTE JOES, 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville, TN. 865-6899722. Karaoke and dancing.
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.
OSKIE'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL, 155 West End Ave, Knoxville, TN. 865-675-0900. Wings .50c
First and Third Tuesdays: HOT WINTER NIGHTS sponsored by Yamaha @ Water's Edge, 13188 Marina Way, Woodbridge, VA. 7:30pm-1am. Poison at firstname.lastname@example.org. 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 www.dragonhog.com 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. www.cmausa.org or www.smaser6.org/tnlionsofjudah Third Tuesday: VOLUNTEER THUNDER CHAPTER MEETING in the Hog room, 7pm. Knoxville Harley Davidson, 5800 Clinton Highway, Knoxville, TN. 865-689-2454. www.volunteerthunder.com or lamarﬂetcher@rocketmail.com.
SIDE CAR CAFÉ BIKE NIGHTS. Next door to Bumpus H-D, 2194 Whitten Rd, Memphis, TN (901) 388-0285. Live music. www.sidecarcafememphis.com HOGGS PUB & GRUB, 170 Glades Rd, Gatlinburg, TN. Darts starting at 7:30 pm every Wed. Player drink & food specials. www.hoggspubandgrub.com NATER'Z BIKE NIGHT, 510 N Foothills Plaza Dr, Maryville, TN. Kick-off May 22. $12 domestic buckets, 1/2 priced select appetizers, live music. First and Third Wednesday. VOLUNTEER ROAD RIDERS CLUB MEETING. Visit www.volrr.com for meeting info or email Ed at email@example.com. 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 www.bluescityvr.com or bluescityvr@gmail. com FMI.
Southern Biker Magazine -
Food for Thought
by Barry Duncan A big thumbs up to the Wildcat H.O.G. Chapter for leading me to the best BBQ in Raleigh, NC. The Pit Authentic Barbecue is located at 328 W Davie Street in downtown Raleigh. It has been featured on Man vs. Food and a rib challenge winner on Throw Down with Bobby Flay. They offer Texas style brisket, baby back and spare ribs, fried chicken, chopped and pulled BBQ and even BBQ tofu for the fancy biker. For starters try the pumpkin skillet cornbread with maple butter at $3.99. It’s served in a skillet and has great flavor. The BBQ soul rolls are chopped pork, cabbage collards and candied carrots with special sauce at $6.95. Every meal starts off with biscuits and hush puppies. I had to try the big boy meat combo at $28.95 that included chopped pork BBQ, beef brisket, BBQ chicken and both types of ribs. For side dishes, I had black eyed peas and cabbage collard greens. The feast was worth the trip. The pit is open seven days a week from 11:00 am and closes at 10:00 pm except Fri and Sat (closes at 11:00 pm). Check ‘em out at thepit-raleigh.com or call ahead at 919-890-4500.
Time To Fire Up Your Smoker and Let’s BBQ! Featured Recipe by Chef John Morris
Here is a basic BBQ rub recipe I use for ribs and shoulders. 1/2 cup brown sugar 1⁄4 cup paprika 1 tbl black pepper 1 tbl salt 1 tbl chili powder 1 tbl garlic powder 1 tbl onion powder 1 tsp cayenne
I like to add just a little cayenne to mine.
UNTIL WE EAT AGAIN, BIKER BARRY 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. www.quakersteakandlube.com/ knoxville_tn/ or Facebook. Enter each week for your chance to win a new 2013 Harley-Davidson motorcycle, 6-8pm register, drawing for ﬁnalist at 10pm each week. 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. NATER'Z Thirsty Thursdays w/$4 jager shots, $5 jager bombs, $7.99 killer burger, DJ & Karaoke, Maryville, TN. DILLENGERS THE HIDE OUT, 10067 Hwy 46, Bon Aqua, TN. www.dillengersthehideout.com 931-670-0988. DJ Grif and Karaoke. GWRRA THURSDAY NIGHT SUPPER RIDES. Leaving Sloan's Honda at 6 pm. 2233 NW Broad St., Murfreesboro,TN. www. sloansmotorcycle.com 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! www. brucerossmeyer.com 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 cramping 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: http://www.easttnriders.com/forum/showthread. php?t=42087 HOGGS PUB & GRUB Open Mic Night begins at 8pm, 170 Glades Rd, Gatlinburg, TN. www.hoggspubandgrub.com
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First Thursday: CMT/ABATE MEETINGS at Pancho's Mexican Restaurant (Summer & White station Intersection), Memphis, TN. www.cmtabate-wheelsofthunder.com
FRIDAY THE LOG CABIN, Hwy 411 (3 miles north of Benton, TN). Karaoke. 423-299-9186.
First Saturday: BIKERS & SOCIAL CLUBS 4 CHANGE. 11am. Call Preacha at 901-502-2423. PO Box 2075 Cordova, TN 38088. www.myspace.com/bsc4c or email firstname.lastname@example.org
First Thursday: EAST TENNESSEE L.O.H. MEETING. 6:30pm. Knoxville H-D, 605 Lovell Rd, Knoxville, TN. Ladies welcome. 865-671-2454. www.east-tnhog.com
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.
First Thursday: EAST TENNESSEE H.O.G MEETING at 7 pm. Knoxville H-D, 605 Lovell Rd, Knoxville, TN. 865-671-2454. www.east-tnhog.com
COYOTE JOES, 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville, TN. 865-6899722 DJ Clowny & Dancing 9-close.
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 prizes. For vending opportunities call Mandy at 386-671-7103 or www.brucerossmeyer.com
First Thursday: RING OF FIRE H.O.G. in Madison. Meetings held at various locations. FMI call Emily at 615-855-1001 or email@example.com or visit www.ringofﬁrehog. com 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: Wildcat H-D H.O.G. Chapter meetings at 7 PM, 575 E. Hal Rogers Parkway London, KY. (606) 862-5656. www.wildcatharley.com 50/50 rafﬂes held each meeting.
QUAKER STEAK & LUBE, 5616 Merchants Center Blvd, Knoxville, TN. 865-687-0399 or www.quakersteakandlube. com/knoxville_tn/ Party Boys Karaoke Fridays. DILLENGERS THE HIDEOUT, 10067 Hwy 46, Bon Aqua, TN. 931-670-0988 www.dillengersthehideout.com Bike Night Fridays, DJ Grif and Karaoke. WILD WING CAFÉ, 161 Biltmore Ave, Asheville, NC. Music by a Social Function. First and Third Fridays: FIREPIT FRIDAYS at Wildcat H-D, London, KY. Live band and food available for purchase.
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 www.coolladycruisers.com Third Saturday: SWAP MEET at Smokey Mountain Biker Gear, 2217 Clinton Hwy, Powell. 865-945-2660 or www.smbg2009. com 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.
Second Thursday: VFW Post 2007, 1126 Clare Ave, West Palm Beach, FL-Monthly Membership Meeting at 7pm. 561833-0687
Second Friday: BLUE GRASS BIKER BABES MEETING. Logan's Roadhouse, Scottsville Rd. Bowling Green, KY 5:30 p.m. www.freewebs.com/bluegrassbikerbabes
Second Thursday: UPPER CUMBERLAND H.O.G. Chapter meeting in Cookeville, TN. FMI call Kelly at 931-526-3139.
Fourth Friday: BIKE NIGHT at Boswells H-D Cookeville, TN starting March 22nd at 6pm.
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. www. cmausa.org or www.smaser6.org/tnlionsofjudah
Second Thursday: STAR Chapter 419 Bike Nights. FMI call William Pegram at 615-364-8732. Begins at 6:30pm in the Franklin, TN area. Location changes each month. Star419MusicCity@live.com
SATURDAY COYOTE JOES, 5640 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville, TN. 865-6899722 DJ Clowny & Dancing 9-close.
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.
CREEKSIDE TAVERN, 7428 Clinton Hwy, Powell, TN. Bike Night/Day Sat & Sun, beer & food specials. 865-362-5654. New food menu! Free pool 12p-7p.
MUSIC 2013 MAY May 1: Southern Swagger at Naterz, Maryville, TN.
THE LOG CABIN, Hwy 411 (3 miles north of Benton, TN). Karaoke. 423-299-9186.
May 2: KEITH FORD at Coyote Joes, Knoxville, TN.
Third Thursday: CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLISTS ASSOCIATION DINNER & MEETING. Shoney's 219 NW Broad Street, Murfreesboro, TN, Dinner at 6:00, meeting at 7:00. Third Thursday: DRAGON H.O.G. CHAPTER MEETING. 7 pm. The Shed, Smoky Mountain H-D, Maryville, TN 865-9771669 www.dragonhog.com Third Thursday: MUSIC CITY H.O.G. CHAPTER MEETING at Boswell's Nashville location. FMI call Mary Beth at Boswell's or email firstname.lastname@example.org. 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. www.wilkesborohog.com or 336-667-1003
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. www.dillengersthehideout.com D.J. Grif! and Karaoke!
May 2: STEVE RUTLEDGE BAND at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville, TN. May 3: p90sx at Naterz, Maryville, TN. May 3: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Dandridge Pizza & More, Dandridge, TN, 7p-11p.
THE BRUHIN SOCIAL CLUB, 4101 Bruhin Rd, Knoxville, TN. Karaoke every Saturday night.
May 3: JD CABLE & THE EMPTY BOTTLE BAND at Hogg's Pub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN. 7:30-11:30.
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 email@example.com
May 3: DRIVIN 'N CRYIN' at the Shed, SMH-D, Maryville, TN. May 3: TRIAL BY FIRE, a Journey Tribute at Wild Wing Café, Knoxville, TN.
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May 10: KUDZU at Naterz, Maryville, TN.
May 3: KUDZU at Skyway Bar, Sweetwater, TN.
May 11: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Dumplin Valley Farm Concert, Jefferson City, TN, 7:30 pm.
May 4: MIDNIGHT SPECIAL at the Shed, SMH-D, Maryville, TN. May 4: CINCO SATURDAY w/Trial by Fire, A Journey Tribute at Wild Wing Café, Asheville, NC. May 4: GRAND PREES at American Legion Hall, Harriman, 7pm. May 4: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Bobarosa Saloon, Newport, TN, 8-12. May 4: MAGNIFICENT HILLBILLIES at Hogg's Pub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN. 8:30-11:30.
May 11: CUTTHROAT SHAMROCK at the Shed, SMH-D, Maryville, TN. May 11: TAYLOR BROOKS, LUKE ANDERSON & GARY MOYE at Hogg's Pub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN 7:30-11:30. May 11:ATOMIC TRUNK MONKEYS at Shooter's Bar & Grill, Hermitage, TN. May 11: NICK MATTHEWS BAND at Dillengers The Hideout, Bon Aqua, TN. May 11: THE QUORUM at Wild Wing Café, Knoxville, TN.
Nashville Office 20 Music Circle East Nashville, Tennessee 37203 1-888-38-COURT 1-888-382-6878 May 18: WHO SHOT JR at Shooter's Bar & Grill, Hermitage, TN. May 18: NICK MATTHEWS BAND at Dillengers The Hideout, Bon Aqua, TN. May 18: MOJO BAND at Dillengers The Hideout, Bon Aqua, TN. May 18: CARIBBEAN COWBOYS at Wild Wing Café, Knoxville, TN. -May 19: PHOENIX RISING at Bikini Beach Biker Bar, Antioch, TN at 3pm. May 19: PHIL LIEBO at Hogg's Pub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN 6p-9p.
May 11: CONTAGIOUS at Wild Wing Café, Asheville, NC.
May 19: JAY MCDANIELS BAND at Coyote Joes, Knoxville, TN.
May 4: SOUTHBOUND at Skyway Bar, Sweetwater, TN.
May 12: MOTHER'S DAY SPECIALS-Luke Anderson & Mark Meyer at Hogg's Pub & Grubb, Gatlinburg, TN 5-9.
May 22: TABOO at Nater'z, Maryville, TN.
May 4: NICK MATTHEWS BAND at Dillengers The Hideout, Bon Aqua, TN.
May 12: WHISKEY 'N' WOOD at Coyote Joes, Knoxville, TN.
May 4: CROSS TOWN BAND at Shooter's Bar & Grill, Hermitage, TN.
May 23: MICHAEL ESSEX at Coyote Joes, Knoxville, TN.
May 15: JAY STORM at Naterz, Maryville, TN.
May 23: JOHN TITLOW BAND at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville, TN.
May 4: HOMEMADE WINE at Wild Wing Café, Knoxville, TN.
May 16: THE DEAD MILLIONAIRES at Coyote Joes, Knoxville, TN.
May 24: LEON RUSSELL at the Shed, SMH-D, Maryville, TN.
May 4: TRIAL BY FIRE at Wild Wing Café, Asheville, NC.
May 16: STEVE RUTLEDGE BAND at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville, TN.
May 4: PHOENIX RISING at Boogie Loo, Cookeville, TN, 9p.
May 5: TAYLOR BROOKS & MARK MEYER at Hogg's Pub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN with Cinco de Mayo Specials. 5pm-9pm. May 5: JEFF JOPLIN BAND at El Jimador, Maryville, TN.
May 17: BLACKBERRY SMOKE w/The Cathouse Prophets at the Shed, SMH-D, Maryville, TN.
May 24: DIRTY NEIGHBORS BAND at Hoggs Pub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN 730-1130. May 24: STACY MITCHHART BAND ($10 cover for SMB only) at Shooter's, Hermitage, TN.
May 17: PHOENIX RISING at TNT's Billiards Bar & Grill, Nashville, TN @ 9pm.
May 9: JACK'D UP at Quaker Steak & Lube, Knoxville, TN.
May 17: DIRTY NEIGHBORS BAND at Hogg's Pub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN 7:30-11:30.
May 24: TRENT TOMLINSON at Wild Wing Café, Knoxville, TN.
May 31: GRIFFIN BROTHERS BAND at Hogg's Pub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN, 730-1130. May 31: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Palace Theatre, Crossville, TN, 8pm-12am. May 31: MARTY STUART & HIS FABULOUS SUPERLATIVES w/The Barstool Romeos at the Shed, SMH-D, Maryville, TN. May 31: CROSSFIRE at Skyway Bar, Sweetwater, TN. May 31: DEAD RINGERS at Coyote Joes, Knoxville, TN. May 31: JD CABLE & THE EMPTY BOTTLE BAND at Oskies, Knoxville, TN. May 31: SUPER DAVE 5 at Wild Wing Café, Knoxville, TN. May 31: SOUTHBOUND at Naterz, Maryville, TN.
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May 24: THE REIGNS BAND at Oskies, Knoxville, TN.
May 17: BLUE SKYS BAND at Oskies, Knoxville, TN.
May 24: JAN AVE at Naterz, Maryville, TN.
May 10: PHOENIX RISING at The Bunganut Pig, Murfreesboro, TN 9pm.
May 17: JACKSON MOHR & THE RECKLESS at Wild Wing Café, Knoxville, TN.
May 25 GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Brackins Blues Club, Maryville, TN 9pm-1am.
May 10: DIRTY DOUGS at Hogg's Pub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN. 7:30-11:30
May 17: POP ROX at Naterz, Maryville, TN.
May 25: SHOOTER JENNINGS & the Triple Crown at the Shed, SMH-D, Maryville, TN.
May 10: C.A.B. at Skyway Bar, Sweetwater, TN.
May 18: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Hoggs Pub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN, 8-12am.
May 10: KITTY WAMPUS at Oskies, Knoxville, TN.
May 18: PAUL THORN at the Shed, SMH-D, Maryville, TN.
May 25: ROYAL HOUNDS at Wild Wing Café, Knoxville, TN.
May 10: POP ROX at Wild Wing Café, Knoxville, TN.
May 18: PHOENIX RISING at The Bunganut Pig Pub & Eatery, Franklin, TN at 9pm.
May 25: TRENT TOMLINSON at Wild Wing Café, Asheville, NC.
May 29: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Naterz, Maryville, TN.
May 24: SOUTHBOUND at Skyway Bar, Sweetwater, TN.
May 8: RANDY WOODY at Naterz, Maryville, TN.
May 10: GRITS FROM DUMPLIN VALLEY at Just 1 More Bar, Knoxville, TN, 8p-12.
May 25-27: MEMORIAL WKND BONANZA WITH TAYLOR BROOKS, KIRK FLETA, GREG LUNDY/PATIO PIRATES, HEATHER MAPLES & MARK MEYER at Hogg's Bub & Grub, Gatlinburg, TN.
May 25: C.A.B. at Skyway Bar, Sweetwater, TN.
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