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MARCH 2019 Words From the Publisher................................................... 6 Riding a Motorcycle Improved Metrics of Focus and Decreased Stress Biomarkers, According to a New Neurobiological Study.................... 8 Finnish Electric Motorcycle Debut with Hubless Wheel........................................................ 8 David Sharpe Remembered.............................................. 10 Leesburg Bikefest Getaway Contest................................. 12 Pinstriping Comeback....................................................... 14 Daytona Beach Bike Week Schedule of Events..................................................16-17 Freedom 100 Ride............................................................. 18 Turning Coins into Rings of Art......................................... 20 Motorcycle Event Listings............................................25-27 Bike Night Photos........................................................28-29
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Hello Riders, The 2019 riding season is just about to kick off with the world famous Daytona Beach Bike Week. Are you ready? If not, get your motorcycles serviced and make plans to attend this historic event! This the mega motorcycle event we all look forward to attending every year and it never fails to amaze most everyone who attends; big name entertainment, all the motorcycle manufacturers, all the motorcycle industry VIPs, every vendor you can imagine and that’s before we start listing all the hundreds of thousands that attend from around the world! If you have never been, all I can say is SEE YOU THERE! Florida weather today in Daytona was 81º while here in Tennessee it topped out at a rainy 46º. We are anxious to see our friends from across the pond; Danilo & Bibi, Bernd & Suzi, Paul & Vicki Diamond, Paul & Sam Buca, Fredrick & Anu Kamis, not to mention all of our great American friends. At Daytona Beach Bike Week this month, make sure you are prepared for an awesome event. Make sure to bring your checkbook and credit cards… there’s a lot to see and buy, including new motorcycles. The Supercross also returns to the Daytona International Speedway along with the Daytona 200 Sportbike race, the Daytona TT Flat Track Races and Ricky Carmichael’s Amateur Motocross. Out at the New Smyrna Speedway, Billy Lane is bringing vintage motorcycle
racing back to life with his Son’s of Speed Racing. Hundreds of spectators enjoy a day filled with vintage motorcycles reaching 100+ miles per hour. Once you get there, make you mandatory list of things to do and then make a list of want to do. It’s the only way you won’t miss those things that are important to you. You might catch us on Main Street in some of our favorite spots, like the Legendary Boot Hill Saloon, watching the band Hayfire at Full Moon Saloon, Jasmine Cain at Dirty Harry’s and meeting up with Randy Tipton and friends at Main Street Station. Just look for the Southern Biker Road Crew shirts. You might find us at our favorite dining and watering holes too, like Finn’s, Racings North Turn, Bruno’s Pizzeria, Zappi’s Italian Garden and many others. The season is kicking off with every type of motorcycle racing, top music entertainers, some of the best food in the world and hundreds of thousands of like-minded motorcycle enthusiast. My husband is getting his motorcycle fixed after a young lady backed over it…twice! Southern Iron Kustoms in Panama City Beach FL will be doing the honors of fixing his machine, so look for us at Thunder Beach for the unveiling. Speaking of Thunder Beach, both it and Leesburg Bikefest are just around the corner too. Those are going to be a couple awesome events you will not want to miss either. Hope to see you out on the road… on the Florida Coast!
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RIDING A MOTORCYCLE IMPROVED METRICS of Focus and Decreased Stress Biomarkers, According to a New Neurobiological Study
otorcyclists have long championed riding as their main road to stress relief and positive mental health. Today, the results of a neurobiological study conducted by a team of three researchers from UCLA’s Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior yielded pioneering scientific evidence revealing the potential mental and physical benefits of riding. Funded by Harley-Davidson, the study found that motorcycling increased metrics of focus and attention, and decreased relative levels of cortisol, a hormonal marker of stress. Researchers recorded participants’ brain activity and hormone levels before, during, and after motorcycling, driving a car, and resting. While riding a motorcycle, participants experienced increased sensory focus and resilience to distraction. Riding also produced an increase in adrenaline levels and heart rate, as well as a decrease in cortisol metrics – results often associated with light exercise and stress-reduction. “Stress levels, especially among young adults, continue to rise, and people are exploring pathways to better their mental and physical health. Until recently, the technology to rigorously measure the impact of activities like motorcycling on the brain didn’t exist,” said Dr. Don Vaughn, the neuroscientist who led the research team. “The brain is an amazingly complex organ and it’s fascinating to rigorously investigate the physical and mental effects riders report.” “While scientists have long-studied the relationship of brain and hormone responses to attention and stress, doing so in real-life conditions such as these is rare,” explained UCLA Professor and senior team member, Dr. Mark Cohen. “No lab experiment can duplicate the feelings that a motorcyclist would have on the open road.” Mag Man’s Conclusion: Shut-up & Ride… Have Nice Day on the Road!
RESULTS HIGHLIGHTS: 1 Riding a motorcycle decreased hormonal biomarkers of stress by 28% 2 On average, riding a motorcycle for 20 minutes increased participants’ heart rates by 11% and adrenaline levels by 27% — similar to light exercise 3 Sensory focus was enhanced while riding a motorcycle versus driving a car, an effect also observed in experienced meditators vs non-meditators 4 Changes in study participants’ brain activity while riding suggested an increase in alertness similar to drinking a cup of coffee.
FINNISH ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE DEBUTS WITH HUBLESS WHEEL F
innish motorcycle startup RMK has developed the E2 electric motorcycle and it has ne feature buyers are going to love; a hubless rear wheel. Feeding off three power cables, the design reduces rotational mass while delivering 67 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque. The regenerative brake helps recharge the battery. It’s located on the left handlebar lever as there’s no need for a clutch since it has no gears. The right one activates a conventional twin-disc brake on the front wheel. It comes with a digital instrument cluster with built-in navigation.
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DAVID SHARPE REMEMBERED By The Mag Man, Randy Gracy
avid Sharpe passed away and left a book of memories and better times with friends and family. I knew David for well over 10 years and I can honestly say he was a people person and true friend. His smile would take over a room when he entered. I will miss our sharing hunting and riding stories. I intended to complete this article by myself. But after reading several others post comments, I think some of those that tell David’s story better than I ever could. Scott Maddux: David and I worked together at Smoky Mountain Harley for eleven years and over that time he became a staple at the dealership. His smile was infectious and he was always positive and grinning. During our Christmas parties David always had a crowd in his office cutting up, so many people loved him and he had so many friends that would stop in just to say hello. David came up in the motorcycle industry and worked in it most of his life, he started in the wash bay and I think that is why he was always making it a point to pat those guys on the back and show his appreciation for their work. He is going to be missed, we will talk about him often around the dealership, and I am certain he will always be remembered at SMHD and in the East Tennessee motorcycle community. David Sharpe was certainly one of a kind. David McHale: We met David Oct 2002, a year after we moved to TN. He has been a good friend ever since. He has had a positive impact on my life. Kristin Gracy: David sold me my first Harley in 2005 and we’ve been good friends since then. He was a great person and always had such an infectious smile and genuine soul. Beth Paty: I know I will surely miss that huge smile and genuine hugs from David. He was such a great guy and friend! Till we meet again David. Scott Inman: Sometimes in life you meet people that leave a mark on your soul, that leave your life better than it was before, David Sharpe was one of those people. God Speed cupcake, until we meet again. 10 - Southern Biker Magazine
Bryan Jagger: We said goodbye (really a see you again one day) to a “One of a Kind”. I’m struggling to find the right words to say. That’s not normal for me usually. But the reason is because I have never met anyone like David Sharpe before joining the Smoky Mountain H-D team. He had a gift with people; an almost freakish gift. Everyone who met him loved him almost immediately. Not only did they love him, they craved to be around him. His customers wanted to deal with him, Period. They were intensely loyal in a world where loyalty is about dead. The dealership has received calls and messages from literally all over the US with condolences and disbelief. He was amazing; the best of the best. David died suddenly. We didn’t get to say goodbye the way we all should have had the chance to do, but this is life. Hug your loved ones. Call your family and friends if you can’t give them a hug. Love your work family, because after all, most of us spend more waking hours with our work family than with our blood family. Don’t take life for granted and be kind and patient with people all around you. You never know what they are going through and when you will lose the chance to be kind and give someone a hug or word of encouragement. I will respect David Sharpe’s memory with what I know he would want from me most. Love you Brother Sharpe. See you again one day! March 2019
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By Dave Knoderer, Letterfly.com
learly the finishing touch for any carefully thought out vehicular project is the subtle painted filigrees and thin stripes that commands the eye as the beholder begins to really look. Have you ever wondered where those fanciful designs originated? Vehicular décor began with the chariots of the affluent, thousands of years ago, with gold leaf scrolls and thin accent stripes that implied quality and would persuade appreciation from the viewer. The circus in the 1800’s had extensive hand carved and gilded scrolls on their wagons, again to impress the viewer and establish the investment made in the caliber of the show. This decorative art genre accompanied mankind and developed through the ages as quality carriage decoration and wagon striping became the benchmarks of carefully engineered and accurately constructed vehicles. Precise stripes could only flow over wooden joints that were tight and carefully crafted wrought iron components were complimented with accent designs. Great pride was attached to the decoration that was part of the process of these proud craftsmen. In a recently unearthed letter to a customer, responding to an attempt to order an undecorated Studebaker wagon, the refusal comes from the manufacturer, “If you want wagons without stripes, you don’t want a Studebaker”. Fire engines have perhaps the most famous reputation for elaborate decorations. Originally “fire companies” were independent, private affairs in competition with one another. The premise was simple. Elaborate decorations associated with a particular fire company implied that their fire fighting equipment was superior. Artisans with a background of floral specialties, dimensional and intricate geometric scrollwork, elaborate letter styles, and Celtic designs flourished during this era. The hey day of gold leaf scrollwork, and finessful pinstripes peaked prior to the fire companies becoming municipal affairs. The carriage stripes followed the manufacturing evolution into the horseless era and their accent stripes were included as a finishing touch on many early automobiles that completed for a share of the market. When car design exploded after World War II, so did the personal expression that boomers found in building from a plethora of car parts and decorating in the emerging style, what became known as hot rods. Iconic artists created ratfink monsters; hiding faces in fanciful pinline designs and the flame became the preferred artistic statement to suggest power, speed, testosterone and thrills.
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EVENTS Welcome to the 78th Annual Daytona Beach Bike Week Motorcycle Festival – the “World’s Largest Motorcycle Event”®! Please visit our knowledgeable Ambassadors at our Official Bike Week Welcome Center at its new location at ONE DAYTONA, across from the Daytona International Speedway on One Daytona Blvd, Daytona Beach’s new outdoor lifestyle and entertainment destination. This section is full of information to help you enjoy the event and events continue to be added and some may change unexpectedly so verify your interests on officialbikeweek.com and our Facebook.com/ officialbikeweek. Our community has worked hard to insure you enjoy your visit and encourage all to Ride Safe! We thank you for spending your time with us at the 78th Annual Daytona Beach Bike Week Motorcycle Festival!
2019 Bike Week Motorcycle Festival Task Force Bank & Blues Club – See The Razorbacks the Flow Tribe, the world-famous Nighthawks and many more! 701 Main Street, Daytona Beach. 386.252.9877 TheBankDaytona.com. Barney’s Leather – Celebrate 40 years in business with us!! We’ll have vendors, T-shirts, leather, food, and beverages. 438 N Beach Street, Daytona Beach – 386.252.7770
Boot Hill Saloon – Highway to Hell, the Ultimate AC/DC Band, Miss Intent, Straight Jacket Smile, Stone Grey & More bands. Plenty of food, drinks, music, bikes, and fun! You haven’t been to Bike Week until you see the Legendary Boot Hill Saloon – 310 Main Street, Daytona Beach. 386.258.9506
Boot Hill Outpost – Home to Salute our Heroes display, Install Alley, get your Official Merchandise here too while enjoying live music, free parking and over 35 vendors and full bar. 1081 U.S. HWY 1, Ormond Beach.
Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Daytona – One of the largest Bike Week venues in the county. See new product displays, bike shows, bands, bikini contest, lots of vendors and more. 1637 N. US Hwy 1, Ormond Beach – 386.671.7100 BruceRossmeyer.com Daytona Harley-Davidson® – Free Kegs & Eggs daily, Rhett Rotten’s Wall of Death daily, and a wide variety of bands playing every day. Visit our newly remodeled showroom and help us celebrate our 25th Anniversary! – 1637 N. US Hwy 1, Ormond Beach 386.671.7100 brucerossmeyer.com
Cabbage Patch – Over five acres of vendors, four stages, live music, since 1926! Special events include March 12 Budweiser® Traditional Ride In show; March 14 Budweiser® Battle of the Baggers and Sound Competition; Coleslaw Wrestling main events are March 13 and March 16; camping and free bike parking. 549 Tomoka Farms Road, Samsula – 386.427.8969 – cabbagepatchbar.com
Cacklebery Campground at Cabbage Patch – Live bands, two stages, and the Miss Cacklebery International contest. Live music by Sesame Plexer, Big Daddy Band, Stoner Free and more. Plus, fire dancers, bull riding, contests, great food, drinks and vendors. RSVP for RV or Campsite. 560 Tomoka Farm Roads, New Smyrna Beach – 386.428.5459 cacklebery.com
Daytona International Speedway Motorsports Stadium – Free demo rides from Harley-Davidson®, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Indian, and Slingshot. Visit custom
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builders and manufacturers in the display areas. For the latest biker fashion see the Hot Leather’s Fashion Show. Harley-Davidson® Thunder Alley at Daytona hosts live music, drink specials and more plus GEICO® Camping at Daytona International Speedway. Tent camping is FREE with your admission ticket. - 1801 West International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach – 1.800.PITSHOP daytonainternationalspeedway.com
Daytona Flea & Farmers Market – World’s largest motorcycle swap meet, parts, and biker goodies, bike shows, motorcycle stunt shows daily! Good food, cold beer and great times. Open 10 days. Something for everyone!!! Camping info 386.253.3330 free parking & admission – 1425 Tomoka Farms Rd., Daytona Beach 386.206.5276 jam-onproductions.com
Dirty Harry’s Pub – Don’t miss Cowboy’s special contests every afternoon! Bobby Friss plays both weekends with Jasmine Cain and Slaughter during the week. Open 9am to 2:45am, No Cover, 21 and up. 705 Main St, Daytona Beach. 386.252.9877. DirtyHarrysDaytona. com Euro Cycles of Daytona – Motorcycle Demo Rides, new and used motorcycle sales, vendors, food, clothing, motorcycle parts and accessories, daily events and pricing specials. 118 E Fairview Ave, Daytona Beach – 386.257.2269 – Eurocyclesofdaytona.com
Fastlane 5th Motorcycle Swap Meet Extravaganza & Bike Show – Volusia County Fairgrounds - 9am to 5pm. Acres of vendors from frames to fenders, leather, boots, goggles, patches, jewelry, and hard-to-find vintage parts. Daily bike shows, w/ free early registration at the gate. Prizes and trophies. Great food-beer, live music, Admission $5 daily. Pose for selfies in front of our giant Wooden Motorcycle Sculpture until we burn it down 3/15 at 5pm – 3150 East New York Ave., DeLand – 386.801.1810 fastlanedaytona.com
Full Moon Saloon – Live bands on two stages, featuring rock outside 1pm-2am and your favorite country music from Hayfire inside. Porky’s BBQ with drink specials at Carnivore’s Corner Open 9am to 2:45am. No Cover, 21 and up. 700 Main Street, Daytona Beach. – 386.253.1944. FullMoonDaytona.com
Hot Leathers – Official Bike Week Motorcycle Festival merchandise. Check out our new line of American Made leather jackets, vests, chaps and accessories! 801 Main Street, Daytona Beach or our Daytona International Speedway location. Hotleathers.com
Indian Motorcycle- Vendors, entertainment and demo rides featuring the re-designed Indian Chieftain and the Polaris Slingshot; must be 18 years, with proper gear and a valid MC license. 290 N Beach Street, Daytona Beach – 386.257.1660 – indianmotorcycledaytonabeach. com Iron Horse Saloon – Food, vendors, Wall of Death, burnout pit, live entertainment, famous T-shirts for you and your friends. – 1068 N US HWY 1, Ormond Beach – 386.677.1550 ironhorsesaloon.com
Joe’s Crab Shack – Party with the Kings and see Elvis Bike on Display 3/13. Get Lucky with Joe’s and wear your green on St. Patty’s Day on The Roof! – 1200 Main St., Daytona Beach – 386.238.4050 Main Street Station – Visit our authentic garage bar. Food, beverages, vendors, and live music daily. 316 Main Street, Daytona Beach–386.214.1389 mainstreetlive.com
ONE DAYTONA – New home of the Official Bike Week Welcome Center and Daytona Beach’s new outdoor lifestyle and entertainment destination, directly across from the Daytona International Speedway. Incredible shops, great eateries, a host of fun entertainment options and accommodations perfect for your Bike Week vacation. We’re especially delighted to welcome riders to the new home of the Official Daytona Beach Bike Week Festival Welcome Center too! – One Daytona Blvd., Daytona Beach – 386.267.0016 – OneDaytona.com Second Avenue Merchants Association – Historic location for decades; Join our area merchants for DJ’s, vendors, unique food, BBQ, lots of fun. Located along Mary McLeod Bethune Blvd. and Daisy Stocking Park West of Ridgewood Ave and Walnut St. Historic District, Daytona Beach – 866.605.4276 Second Avenue Plaza on the Boulevard – This is a hot spot for Bike Week special events! Food, retail, LED lights, custom tailor and music – 560 Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Blvd., Daytona Beach.
Willies Chopper Time Bike Show – Old School Show takes place on 3/14 from 11am – 4pm. Bikes, Beer, BBQ, and Bands proceeds go to Veterans Support Fund. We hope to see you there! Willie’s Tropical Tattoo - 825 S. Yonge St, Ormond Beach – 386.672.1888
Official Dates: March 8 – 17, 2019 - The Bike Week Motorcycle Festival Task Force of the Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce
is comprised of residents, businesses and Chamber and government officials who volunteer their time all year improving and planning this event. Visit our Daytona Regional Chamber office for a complete list of area Chamber members, offering a host of services, ready to serve you during your visit. 126 East Orange Ave. – Daytona Beach – 386.255.0981- firstname.lastname@example.org or daytonachamber.com
ONE DAYTONA is also the last stop on the AMSOIL® Treasure Hunt for that limited-edition commemorative coin. Take a selfie here, with plenty of photo-worthy backdrops. See our Official Bike Week Motorcycle – a beauty to behold designed by the experts at Klock Werks – drawing will be live on 3/16 at Noon. Get your tickets to win this beautiful, one of a kind, motorcycle here too. It’s an amazing new venue you’ll want to visit and return to often. 386.255.0981 – officialbikeweek.com
GREAT EVENTS ON SPECIFIC DAYS ONLY YOU MAY WISH TO ATTEND: March 8 – Bike Week Kickoff Party - Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Bruce Rossmeyer’s Daytona Harley-Davidson – 5pm to 8pm – 1637 N. US Hwy. 1, Ormond Beach – 386.671.7100- brucerossmeyer.com
March 14 – Old School Chopper Show at 3:00 pm, Volusia County Fairgrounds. Presented by Fastlane Motorcycle Swap Meet and Bike Show. 3150 East New York Ave., DeLand – 386.801.1810 – fastlanedaytona.com
March 9 – 12 Ricky Carmichael Daytona Amateur Supercross – Racing kicks off 3/9 evening with a Vintage Off-Road Motorcycle Show in the Fan Zone. Amateur racers start on 3/10 for qualifying, concluding 3/11. Daytona Vintage Supercross (DVSX) will premiere on 3/12 featuring 28 classes from Vintage (thru 1974) to Revolution (thru 2008). Finally, AMA ATV Pro Racing will thrill fans in conjunction with DVSX. Daytona International Speedway – 1801 W. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach – 304.284.0084 – racedaytona.com
March 15 – FT Boardwalk Bike Show – $500 best in show and 6’ trophy, 57 trophies in 20 categories! Registration 8am-1pm; awards at 4pm. $25 per bike 727.935.4875 floridafullthrottle.com
March 9 – Shovelhead Show - 3pm Volusia County Fairgrounds. Presented by Fastlane Motorcycle Swap Meet and Bike Show. 3150 East New York Ave., DeLand 386.801.1810 - fastlanedaytona.com
March 10 – Rat Bike Show 3pm Volusia County Fairgrounds. Presented by Fastlane Motorcycle Swap Meet and Bike Show. 3150 East New York Ave., DeLand 386.801.1810 – fastlanedaytona.com
March 12 – American Muscle Bike & Car Show- Ride In-Free to enter. Choppers, Baggers, Bobbers, Classics, Muscle Cars & Hot Rods welcome, food and beverages. Registration starts at 10:00 am with show at 11am, awards-1pm. Register via email@example.com – Volusia Top Gun, 2900 Bellevue Ave, Daytona Beach – 386.310.7993 – volusiatopgun.com
March 12 – American Flat Track Bike Show – 6pm – 9pm at ONE DAYTONA, Daytona Beach’s new outdoor lifestyle and entertainment destination, located directly across from the Daytona International Speedway – 386.267.0016 – OneDaytona.com March 13 – Side Car & Trike Show at 3pm, Volusia County Fairgrounds. Presented by Fastlane Motorcycle Swap Meet and Bike Show. 3150 East New York Ave., DeLand – 386.801.1810 – fastlanedaytona.com
March 13 – Miss Cacklebery Contest – All ladies welcome.Winner gets $1000.00 cash. 560 Tomoka Farm Rd, New Smyrna Beach – 386.428.5459 – cacklebery.com March 13 - Slaughter at Dirty Harry’s Pub – 9:45pm – 90’s Hair Band, Slaughter hits the stage Outback for one night only. 705 Main Street, Daytona Beach, FL 32118.
March 13 & 14 – Live Entertainment by Switch Blade – Enjoy your favorite Rock and Classic Rock songs from 4pm – 7pm – ONE DAYTONA, directly across from the Daytona International Speedway – 386.267.0016 – OneDaytona.com March 13 & 16 – Dirt Drag Race – 5:30pm 300 ft. dirt drag races! Everyone is welcome to enjoy the show at Cacklebery Campground. 560 Tomoka Farm Roads, New Smyrna Beach – 386.428.5459 - cacklebery.com
March 14 – Chopper Time Old School Chopper Show - 11am - 4pm. Ride in Bike Show. 20 Classes. Bands, Beer and BBQ. Proceeds go to support the Veterans Support Fund. Willie’s Tropical Tattoo, 825 S. Yonge St., Ormond Beach – 386.672.1888 March 14 – Garage Build No Pros Bike Show – 12pm - 4pm – Free all brands bike show for home-built customs and classic motorcycles. NO PRO Builds! Prizes and possible feature in Garage Build or American Iron Magazine. Broken Spoke Saloon 1151 N. US Highway 1, Ormond Beach – brokenspoke.com
March 14 – Ruff Ride for the Animals – 12pm - 8pm – Registration 12pm. Fabulous prizes best and worst hands. Proceeds benefit our community’s animals. $30 per person includes limited-edition T-shirt, 1 poker hand, drink, and barbecue dinner at Iron Horse Saloon. Last bike out 5pm and arrive at Iron Horse Saloon by 8pm. Halifax Humane Society Shelter- 2364 W. LPGA Blvd, Daytona Beach – halifaxhumansociety.org March 14 – Bike Rodeo & Bike Show – 2pm - 6pm, Rodeo games including Shovel Race to a new Chicago-Style Bike Show. 50/50, auction, vendors, fabulous food, and live music by Big Daddy’s Band. Open at 1pm, events start at 2pm. $10/pp includes food! Organized by Leather & Lace, Angels Landing 574 W Ariel Rd. Edgewater – 386.345.0562
March 14 – Live Entertainment by Simply Red Neck – Covers of your favorite Country and Southern Rock songs 4pm – 7pm – ONE DAYTONA, directly across from the Daytona International Speedway – 386.267.0016 – OneDaytona.com
March 15 – Café Racer, Bike Day & Show – 10am - 3:30pm – Giant Show with free food and beverages. Trophy and live music. Welcome AMCA members! Daytona Flea Market – 1425 Tomoka Farms Rd., Daytona Beach – 386.206.5276 jamonproductions.com
March 15 – 5th Annual HOG International Ride – Organized by Daytona Beach HOG. Lunch Ride; HOG Members Only. Departs 10am from Andy Romano Beachfront Park. 839 S Atlantic Ave (A1A) Ormond Beach. RSVP.firstname.lastname@example.org 386.671.7100 brucerossmeyer.com March 15 – V8 Parade – 11am - 3pm World’s largest V8 ride kicks off at Indian Motorcycles of Daytona Beach - 290 N Beach Street, Daytona Beach – 386.257.1660 indianmotorcycledaytonabeach.com
March 15 – Team Money Sound Off Series – 12pm - 5pm. “Bike Week’s Loudest Bike” Show up and crank it. Professional judges on-site with competition-grade equipment to award; Indian Motorcycle Daytona Beach – 290 N Beach St, Daytona Beach – 386.257.1660 indianmotorcycledaytonabeach.com
March 15 – Turner’s Custom Bike Show – 1pm - 4pm – All types welcome to compete. Awards at 4pm for Chopper, Bobber, EVO, Shovel Head, Pan Head, Vintage, Sportster, Rat Bike and best of show. 560 Tomoka Farm Roads, New Smyrna Beach – 386.428.5459 cacklebery.com March 15 – British/European Show at 3pm, Volusia County Fairgrounds. Presented by Fastlane Motorcycle Swap Meet and Bike Show. 3150 East New York Ave., DeLand 386.801.1810 fastlanedaytona.com March 15 –Bikes & Bass Bike Show presented by Bikes on the Beach. 5pm – 10pm. Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Daytona – 1637 N. US Hwy 1, Ormond Beach – 386.671.7100 brucerossmeyer.com
March 15 – 4th Annual Burning Bike – 5pm. Live bands, 2 stages, Miss Burning Bike contest. Globe of Death, fire dancers, stilt walkers, great food, drinks & vendors. We burn it down at about 9pm. Admission is $5, parking is free. 3150 E New York Ave, Deland – 386.801.1810 fastlanedaytona.com
March 16 – Rat’s Hole Bike Show – 9am - 5pm - The RAT is back! The oldest and most prestigious bike show held at Indian Motorcycle Daytona Beach. Free to the public, 16 classes from Rat Rods to full dressers, extreme baggers and antiques! – 290 N Beach Street, Daytona Beach – 386.257.1660 indianmotorcycledaytonabeach.com
March 16 – Antique Bike Show at 3pm Volusia County Fairgrounds. Presented by Fastlane Motorcycle Swap Meet and Bike Show. 3150 East New York Ave., DeLand – 386.801.1810 fastlanedaytona.com March 16 – Bikini Coast International Bikini Contest – 4pm–6pm Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Daytona, 1637 N. US Hwy 1, Ormond Beach 386.671.7100 BruceRossmeyer.com
March 16 – Official Bike Week Motorcycle Drawing – $50.00 per ticket – or buy two get one FREE, win this one of a new 2018 Harley-Davidson® FXLR, customized by Klock Werks. All proceeds go back into producing this world famous, historic motorcycle festival! Drawing is live at NOON, with a live remote from the Official Radio Station The HOG – WHOG 95.7 FM - ONE DAYTONA, One Daytona Blvd., Daytona Beach – 386.255.0981 officialbikeweek.com
Thank you for attending! Please join us again for 79th Anniversary of Bike Week March 6 - 15, 2020 Visit officialbikeweek.com for all the details March 2019
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3 rd Annual
Freedom 100 Ride By The Mag Man, Randy Gracy
Houligan’s ISB The Half Wall Caribbean Jack’s Ormond Brewing Co. Iron Horse Saloon
Advance REGISTRATION Online at
www.HalifaxHumaneSociety.org (EndsWednesday, March 13th at 5:00pm)
Proceeds benefit our community’s animals at Halifax Humane Society
For more info 386.274.4703 ext. 328
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The ride stops included the Frank’s Place, White Eagle, Sunsetters (now Snowbirds), Rudy’s Bar & Grill and the host and final stop with Phaedra Lee at Main Street Station. Put the 4th Annual Freedom 100 Ride on your calendar for December 14th. We’ll see you there.
$25 Advance ~ $30 On-site Includes a limited edition t-shirt, one poker hand, barbecue dinner, and drink at the Iron Horse Saloon. Fabulous prizes will be awarded for best and worst hands.
Halifax Humane Society
2364 LPGA Blvd. | Daytona Beach, FL
Benefitting Messengers For Homeless Vets and Main Street Station’s Bicycles for Kids, the event still raised hundreds of dollars for both. Organizer Randy Tipton stated, “I just want to say thank you to each and every one of you who braved the weather yesterday to make the Freedom 100 a huge success. I really appreciate your support on this event and your help in giving to children and veterans at Christmas. Without you this wouldn’t be possible.” He and his volunteer staff work tirelessly for free as 100% of all proceeds go towards the charities. ilaH
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ven though Mother Nature pulled a fast one and forgot her meds (the rain came), the 3rd Annual Freedom Ride 100 in Daytona Beach, Florida was still and big success. The ride was scheduled for rain or shine so many folks still came out to support this awesome event.
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Turning Coins into Rings of Art By The Mag Man, Randy Gracy
go to many events and rallies throughout the year and see some interesting things under vendors’ tents from time to time. Very few may grab your attention and some you just downright have to have. Last year at the while attending the Thunder Mountain Rally, I walked under one such tent and was astounded by the craftsmanship Cory Whitson displayed. Cory had several things for sale at his booth, but the thing that captured my eye the most was shiny silver rings. Now many vendors sell rings, but Cory makes his, right in front of you. And he uses coins to do it. I watched as he transformed a Morgan silver dollar into a thick ring fit to be enjoyed by the wearer. His most common ring was the 1903 Morgan silver dollar ring. You see, it’s the year of Harley-Davidson’s birth. He used a couple different instruments to accomplish the coin to ring transformation. He began by notching a hole into the center of the coin. Then using a hand press with several different dies, a rounding ball and some masterful craftwork, he transforms each one into wearable jewelry that most anyone else does not have. Cory could make a ring out of just about any coin, but for me, the larger the coin the better. And those real, all-silver, Morgan coins look absolutely spectacular. He made a ring for me out of a quarter and it’s a real conversation piece. Cory travels the circuit of rallies and you are going to want to stop by his vender booth and watch him make one of these. Bring your own favorite coin and for a nominal fee, he can make it into a ring as well. And don’t forget to look at those Morgan rings, I promise; you are going to have to have one. You can contact Cory through his Facebook page if you want to find out when he will be close to you or an event you be attending. Tell him the Mag Man sent you.
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RIDE FOR LIZ BECAUSE
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Food Provided, Music, 50/50’s, Raffles & Prizes!!
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BIKE EVENTS ALABAMA
Mar 5: CVMA Bike Night at Café Del Rio, Spanish Fort. Live music, door prizes, 50/50. Mar 16: CVMA 28-6 Poker Run, American Legion Post 158, Eight Mile. FMI 251-242-0219
Mar 30: 3rd Annual Freedom Ride at Nevada County Courthouse, Prescott. FMI 870-703-3128 or email@example.com Apr 24-28: Spring Fling Bike Rally, Cathouse Lounge, Eureka Springs. FMI 479-363-9976 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mar 2: Ride for Liz – Because Cancer SUCKS! Poker Run. Registration 9:30 AM at Rudy’s Bar & Grill, 1130 Ridgewood Ave, Daytona Beach. Only $10/bike or car, 50/50, Raffles and prizes. Mar 2-3: Treasure Coast Motorcycle Show - Swap Meet. 601 Seaway Dr, Ft Pierce. Free Motorcycle Show Entry with $5 event admission. Prizes and trophies awarded. www.TCMotorcycleShowandSwapMeet. com or 954-205-7813 or e-mail: info@ TCMotorcycleShowandSwapMeet.com Mar 8-17: Bike Week 78th Annual, Daytona Beach. Gear up for 10 days of epic rides, rockin’ concerts, warm Florida sunshine and the freedom of open roads. Plan your trip now! www.OfficialBikeWeek.com
Mar 10: Daytona Bike Week Bike Blessing at 574 Ariel Rd, Edgewater. 9am-12pm. Join Leather & Lace MC for a free pancake breakfast. Open to public. All bikes welcome. Blessings at 11am. http://www.leatherandlacemc.com/ or 941-224-5343 Mar 14: Bike Week Bike Rodeo & Chicago-style Bike Show, 574 Ariel Rd, Edgewater. 1pm-6pm. http://www.leatherandlacemc.com/ Mar 14: Ruff Ride Poker Run, Halifax Humane Society, 2364 LPGA Blvd, Daytona Beach. Early Register at www.halifaxhumanesociety.org. $25 advance/$30 on-site. FMI 386-274-4703 x 328 or www.halifaxHumaneSociety.org Mar 17: St Patrick’s Day Party-wear a green leprechaun shirt-drink free draft 2-6pm Boot Hill Saloon, 310 Main St, Daytona Beach FL Mar 18: President’s Day-wear a flag & drink free domestics 2-4pm Boot Hill Saloon, 310 Main St, Daytona Beach FL Apr 26-28: Leesburg Bikefest, Downtown Leesburg. Vince Neil, Vanilla Ice, vendors, bike shows, hot body contests, wall of death, biker games, Ride Like A Pro and more. www.leesburgbikefest.com
Mar 10: Cam Jam at Chattahoochee Harley Davidson 3230 Williams Rd, Columbus. Rain or Shine. 12pm-5pm. Vendors, sewing, repairs, bike games, door prizes, 50/50. CAMColumbusGA@gmail.com Apr 7: Blue Knights GA VIII – Coastal Georgia Police Memorial Ride (escorted). Registration at Savannah H-D, 1 Fort Argyle Rd, Savannah 12:30 – 1:30 PM, KSU 2PM. Ends at Wild Wing Café, 52 Aspen Heights Dr, Statesboro. $20/person, free ride pin.
Mar 8-10: 2019 CPL Systems National Roadrace Series NOLA at NOLA Motorsports Park, Avondale. Rounds 3&4. http://www.ahrma.org/ schedules-results/road-race/
Mar 9-10: Staytona Bike Weekend at Southern Thunder H-D, 4870 Venture Dr, Southaven. Bike show, scenic ride, swap meet and more! Free live concert Mar 9 by Sounds of Summer A Beach Boys Tribute. 662-349-1099 or www. southernthunderhd.com/staytona Mar 10: Blues Trail Scavenger Ride, Southern Thunder H-D, 4870 Venture Dr, Southaven. Blessing of the bikes and ride around the Delta. $10 each. KSU 12:15. 662-349-1099 or www.southernthunderhd.com/staytona
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Come Ride with the Blue Knights
B LU E K N I G H T S GA VIII
Coastal Georgia Police Memorial Ride
Blue Ride May 4th
Rain or Shine
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Proceeds Officer Andrew Delke and Officer Josh Lippert Benefit
MISSISSIPPI - cont’d
Apr 5-7: Mississippi Mayhem Music Festival & Rally, Hancock County Fairgrounds, Kiln. 17 bands, kids row, Ms. Mayhem contest, car/jeep/bike shows, 25-mile ride. FMI www. msmayhemfest.com/ Apr 20: Rally for Veterans, Boure, 110 Courthouse Sq, Oxford. Poker run, poker walk, door prizes, raffles and silent auction. http://www.facebook. com/events/598245397282081/ Apr 24-27: Mississippi Gulf Coast Memorial Day Blowout, Gulfport Dragway. Racing, street war racing, bike show, live music, camping, food and beer available. http://www.asgardmc.com/blowout. htm
Mar 3: Let’s Roll MC Cook-out, Raging Bull H-D, Durham. Great music, cook-out and fun! http:// www.facebook.com/events/2227774757438089/
Mar 29-31: 2019 CPL Systems Natl Roadrace Series at Carolina Motorsports Park, Kershaw. Vintage motorcycle racing. http://www.ahrma.org/ schedules-results/road-race/
Mondays: Blind draw dart tourney, open pool tables at Corn Pone Tavern, Powell. Tuesdays: Ladies Night and Karaoke at Corn Pone Tavern, Powell Wednesdays: Blind draw dart tourney at Corn Pone Tavern, Powell
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Thursdays: Bike Night/live music/$2 longnecks at Corn Pone Tavern Fridays: Live music/karaoke/pool tourney 8pm at Corn Pone Tavern, Powell Fridays: Pool Tournament, Blistered Chicken Saloon, Spring City Fridays: Food Truck Friday (11-2) at Knoxville H-D and Bootlegger H-D, Knoxville Saturdays: Karaoke w/Kourtney, Blistered Chicken Saloon, Spring City Saturdays: Live music & karaoke at Corn Pone Tavern, Powell Sundays: Redeye in a cup/Bike Ride/live music @5pm/$2 longnecks at Corn Pone Tavern, Powell Mar 2: Honor Flight of North East TN at Central Church of Christ, Johnson City. Enjoy breakfast and Car/Bike show to raise money for our 14th mission with 25 WWII Veterans. http://www. facebook.com/events/933731053499547/ Mar 2: Knoxville H-D Demo day and Cook out at Clinton Hwy, Knoxville. Free food from the grill and demo your favorite motorcycle. http://www. facebook.com/events/317979422379399/ Mar 2-3: Ready To Rally Workshop 11AM at Smoky Mountain H-D, Maryville. 865-977-1669 www.SMH-D.com. Please RSVP. Mar 5: Mardi Grasage Party (Ladies Only) at Knoxville H-D Clinton Hwy, Knoxville. 6-9 PM. http://www.facebook.com/ events/294578614513997/ Mar 9: Performance Workshop at Bootlegger H-D, 605 Lovell Rd, Knoxville Mar 16: Demo Day and Cookout at Bootlegger H-D, 605 Lovell Rd, Knoxville
Mar 16: Knoxville’s Got Talent at Bootlegger H-D, 605 Lovell Rd, Knoxville Mar 17: Bikini Contest at Cotton Eyed Joe, 11220 Outlet Dr Knoxville 865-675-4563 or www. cottoneyedjoe.com Mar 17: Paddy Party and Ride w/live music at Corn Pone Tavern, 7715 Clinton Hwy, Powell. 865-512-9158 Mar 23: Rusty Butcher X Harley-Davidson Tee Shirt Release at at Knoxville H-D, 5810 Clinton Hwy, and Bootlegger H-D, 605 Lovell Rd, Knoxville Mar 23: Ladies Garage Party 6p-9p Smoky Mountain H-D, 1820 W Lamar Alexander Pkwy, Maryville. 865-977-1669 www.SMH-D.com Mar 28-31: March Moto Madness, 801 Steer Creek Rd, Tellico Plains. If you love to ride, eat, camp, outdoors, spending time with good people, this event is for you. http://marchmotomadness. com/ Apr 4: Food City Race Night at Knoxville H-D, 5810 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville Apr 6: Knoxville H-D Demo Day and Cookout at Knoxville H-D, 5810 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville Apr 13: Estate Jewelry Event at Fountain City Jewelers, 4914 N Broadway, Knoxville. 10-4pm. One of a kind pieces starting at $399 and a large selection of celebrity owned estate jewelry items. www.fountaincityjewelers.com or 865-686-0502 Apr 14: Heart Break Hotel Ride-Brushy Mountain State Pen at Knoxville H-D, 5810 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville Apr 20: Dragon/Cherohala Skyway Ride at Knoxville H-D, 5810 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville Apr 20: Demo Day and Cookout at Bootlegger H-D, 605 Lovell Rd, Knoxville
Easter Buffet April 21st
10:45am - 3pm (Open 7am for breakfast)
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TENNESSEE-EAST - cont’d
Apr 21: Easter Buffet at Donna’s Old Town Café, 10:45 AM-3:00 PM, Open 7 AM for breakfast. 100 College St S, Madisonville. 423-442-3304 or www. oldtowncafe.com Apr 26: Southern Tequila and Taco Festival at Cotton Eyed Joe, 11220 Outlet Dr Knoxville 865675-4563 or www.cottoneyedjoe.com Apr 27: BACA Chili Cook Off at Knoxville H-D, 5810 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville Apr 27: Brown Bros Missing Link Ride at Bootlegger H-D, 605 Lovell Rd, Knoxville Apr 27: Smoky Mountain Cannonball Run, Smoky Mountain H-D, 1820 W Lamar Alexander Pkwy, Maryville. 865-977-1669 www.SMH-D.com
TN-MIDDLE & WEST
Mar 1-2: Indoor Flat Track, Lynchburg Flat Track Racing, Lynchburg. http://www.facebook.com/ events/550613725377774/ Mar 23: Spring Thaw 17th Annual Bike Show & Swap Meet, Wilson Co Expo Center, 945 E Baddour Pkwy, Lebanon. 10-4pm. Admission $10, under 12 free. 615-364-1828 or www.bothbarrels. us or Facebook Apr 6: CMA Steel Witness Annual Bike Blessing at 14346 Lebanon Rd, Old Hickory. Free event. Come hand out with us! 321-689-4788
Apr 20: Bandera Wranglers 1st Annual Motorcycle Poker Run at Al’s Hideaway in Pipe Creek. $20/ Rider or $30/Couple. Breakfast, bike wash, 50/50, door prizes, live music, crawfish cookout. 10AM breakfast and staging. 11AM KSU.
Mar 1: Valor Fighting Challenge at Cotton Eyed Joe, Knoxville TN Mar 2: Cody Johnson at Cotton Eyed Joe, Knoxville TN
Mar 2: Chris Shiflett, Kendell Marvel & Elizabeth Cook at Smoky Mountain H-D Maryville TN Mar 2: Indoor Concert with Eddie Self, Bootlegger H-D, Knoxville TN Mar 7: CRUSH, Boot Hill Saloon, Daytona Beach FL
Mar 8: 3 LINK SOCIETY, 3RD DEGREE, STEVE GREEN, POPAWHEELIE, AFTERLIFE, Boot Hill Saloon, Daytona Beach FL Mar 8: Southern Steel at Corn Pone Tavern, Powell, TN
Mar 9: Rebel Mtn Band at Corn Pone Tavern, Powell, TN Mar 9: Sammy Kershaw at Cotton Eyed Joe, Knoxville TN
Mar 9: Sounds of Summer-A Beach Boys Tribute at Southern Thunder H-D, Southaven MS Mar 9: FAT CACTUS, STEVE GREEN, MISS INTENT, AFTERLIFE, BIG PINE Boot Hill Saloon, Daytona Beach FL Mar 10: FAT CATUS, 2ND SHOT, STRAIGHT JACKET SMILE, 3 LINK SOCIETY, SOUL FIRE, GUNSHY Boot Hill Saloon, Daytona Beach FL
Mar 12: GUNSHY, BLUES FURY ELLIE LEE, STRAIGHT JACKET SMILE, SOUL FIRE, J GARRETT BAND, FAT CACTUS Boot Hill Saloon, Daytona Beach FL
Mar 13: BLUES FURY ELLIE LEE, STONE GREY, STRAIGHT JACKET SMILE, ETC, CRUSH, AFTERLIFE Boot Hill Saloon, Daytona Beach FL Mar 14: ACCUSED, STONE GREY, MISS INTENT, SKYHOOK, HOTMESS, GUNSHY Boot Hill Saloon, Daytona Beach FL Mar 15: STRAIGHTJACKET SMILE, STONE GREY, HIGHWAY TO HELL AC/DC, OLYMPUS, ACCUSED, 3RD DEGREE Boot Hill Saloon, Daytona Beach FL
Mar 15: Left Foot Dave & The Magic Hats at Corn Pone Tavern, Powell, TN Mar 16: STONE GREY, STRAIGHT JACKET SMILE, HIGHWAY TO HELL AC/DC, OLYMPUS ACCUSED, 3RD DEGREE Boot Hill Saloon, Daytona Beach FL Mar 22: Rebel Mtn Band at Corn Pone Tavern, Powell, TN Mar 23: Southern Steel at Corn Pone Tavern, Powell, TN Mar 29: Left Foot Dave & the Magic Hats at Corn Pone Tavern, Powell, TN
Mar 11: BIG PINE, SOUL FIRE, STEVEN GREEN BAND, ETC, CRUSH, AFTERLIFE Boot Hill Saloon, Daytona Beach FL
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