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Table Of Contents






Letter From The Editor........................................... 4 Cover Story - Thunder In The Smokies................. 5 August 2012 Cruisin’ Calendar.............................. 6 Freeborne’s Independence Day Celebration......... 16 Ray Price Wild Buffalo Wing Cook-Off................... 18 Myrtle Beach Bike Weeks...................................... 21 Saying Happy Birthday To An Old Friend............... 22 Iron Chariot Ride Benefiting Greater Piedmont Teen Challenge...................................................... 24 Pender Correctional Institution’s 6th Annual Charity Motorcycle Ride......................................... 27 You Will Come Home! We Will Not Leave You Behind!.. 29 Bikers For Bikers Foundation Goes To Texas........ 30 Slingin’ Dirt At Boozy Creek................................... 32 Gaston County CBA Helmet Law Protest Rally...... 35 Please Don’t Judge Me And I’ll Not Judge You!..... 36 EasyRiders Rodeo 2012........................................ 39 Rock Bottom Saloon July 3rd-4th Party.................... 40 Honor And Remember Flag Presentation.............. 43 Honda Of Winston-Salem Ladies Night Luau........ 44 Lucas Cole Nixon Foundation Benefit Rally........... 46 Smoke Out Lucky 13............................................. 48 Bros & Bro-ettes.................................................... 51 Spokes & Jokes..................................................... 53 Ray Price Vintage Bike Goes To National Motorcycle Museum Exhibit................................... 54 Dungeon Boxing Club Benefit................................ 56 8th Annual Sunday Bash At Tilley H-D Of Statesville.. 59 The First Ever Miss Down Home H-D.................... 60 H-D World Ride Tallies 7.8 Million Miles................ 63 Spring Fling At Riders’ Roost................................. 65 Hot Springs Bike Weekend 2012........................... 66 Ray Price’s 75th Birthday Party!.............................. 68 In Memory Of A Great Brother................................ 71 ThunderZone.......................................................... 72 Human Resource Professionals Supporting Education... 77 From A Spin To A Win............................................ 78 THE


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Letter From The Editor

STAFF Mark Infield Editor / Owner

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Grant, Lincoln, Alan, Wendy, Scott, Caroline, Jeff D., Kathy & Ron, Jeff W., Jan, Crystal, DJ, Christian, Steve, Whistle, Mark, Michael, Danny, Doc, Pedro, Bruce, Raven, Judy, Nate, Rose, Lloyd, Kelly, Joel, Candace, Karen, John, Kevin, Elwin, Clint, Hank

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WRITERS Mark, WildThing, Alan, Linc, Scott, Kathy, Grant, Caroline, Preacher Steve, DPapaBear, Buzz, Judy Bortz, Steve Rowland, Whistle, Jeanie Hood-Carter, Rose & Lloyd, Whistle Hill, Dale (Caveman) Carroll, Elwin, Audwin Lindsay, Debbie Harmon, Candace, Gina Gossenreiter, Natalie Eroh, Anjelica Roman, Marc O’Grady, Monica Vetula Cash

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am proud that you are reading the 14th Anniversary Issue of The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine. Actually, this is the 1st issue of our 15th year serving the motorcycling communities of North and South Carolina. We consider ourselves fortunate to have survived since we have watched many other businesses open and close as the economy went up and down. But I take issue with the POTUS because WE DID BUILD IT! We are still working 12-hour days and going to events on weekends to make it happen every month. But that’s what it takes to be the best. Now I am not just blowing my own horn. We print and distribute more magazines every month than all the other local motorcycle magazines COMBINED! That makes advertising with us a great bargain, too. Do the math. Since 1998 things have changed a bunch. When we printed our first issue in August, we were barely computer literate and the internet service left a lot to be desired. Computers and the Internet have improved exponentially and now you can read the entire magazine, purchase FT merchandise, subscribe, and even pay your bill online. I would only be fooling myself if I tried to convince you that we did this all alone. Our advertisers, readers, and staff play an important part in producing each issue of The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine because without you there would be no money to print it. If you read the magazine and patronize our advertisers, we thank you. If you advertise to reach our readers, we thank you. If you have ever worked with The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine, we thank you. There have been hundreds of sales people help us sell thousands of ads to pay for 3.5 MILLION copies of The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine that have been distributed in the Carolinas over the past 14 years! Although we need and appreciate all of the advertisers that help to make it happen each month, we want to recognize Harley-Davidson of Greensboro for starting out and sticking with us through all 169 issues. Mark Wheelihan and his staff go above and beyond for the motorcycling community. If you haven’t visited H-D of Greensboro and the Motorcycle Park next door, you owe it to yourself to scoot on over there. It IS a destination. We have had many adventures over the past 14 years. I cannot count the times that we loaded the truck or rode our bikes to events and stayed up late into the night and drank too much around a fire or in a bar. Through the heat and cold and rain, it is what it is – a magical ride that makes “Wild Hogs” look like light duty. As much as I like motorcycles, the people that ride them, and my job, I don’t see any light at the end of the tunnel. Maybe that’s a good thing. So, with God’s help and yours, we will continue to strive to bring you the best local motorcycle magazine possible every month. All we ask is that you pick up a copy or two of The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine each month and pass them along to your friends, patronize our advertisers and recommend some new ones to us, and ride safe so we see you at the next event. Thank you for supporting The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine for 14 years. Who loves ya, baby? The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine 2012 is published monthly and no reproduction of any content is permitted except by prior express written approval of Mark D. Infield, Publisher, Editor, & CEO. Publisher assumes no financial responsibility for errors in ads beyond the cost of space occupied by error. Publisher is not liable for: any slandering of an individual or group, as we mean no malice or individual criticism at any time. We are not responsible for the opinions or comments of our columnists. The advertisers are solely responsible for content of their ads, promises, and coupons, or any lack of fulfillment thereof. Publisher is also to be held harmless from: failure to produce any issue as scheduled due to reasons beyond control; all suits, claims or loss of expenses; including but is not limited to: suits for libel, plagiarism, copyright infringement, and unauthorized use of a person’s name or photograph. Publisher does not promote excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages.

Cover Story



Cruisin’ Calendar


You can submit your event 24/7 on our website www.FullThrottleMagazine. com E-Mail: Lincoln@FTCarolinas. com, phone: 336-885-5400, fax 336885-6794. We reserve the right to edit all submissions AUG 3-4 AHDRA THUNDER IN THE VALLEY NATIONALS Bristol Dragway, 151 Speedway Blvd, Bristol, TN. $50/wknd, $30/single day, camping avail. 336-924-2095. AUG 4 ANNUAL CAMP CAREFREE CHARITY RIDE & RAFFLE Greensboro Elks Lodge #602, 2201 W. Cornwallis Dr., Greensboro, NC. Reg 10-11:30am $20/rider $10/pass, 50/50, door prizes. Steve Barrow sbarrow@ 336-587-3048. AUG 4 POKER RUN IN MEMORY OF VERNON & BRAD HALL Tilley Harley-Davidson, 1226 Morland Dr., Statesville, NC. Reg 10am, $25/double $15/single includes meal. Karaoke, 50/50, BBQ. Proceeds go to Hospice & Palliative Care of Ireland County. www. Cissy Hartness 704-8763266. AUG 4 AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY POKER RUN FOR CARS VS. CANCER Britt Motorsports, 6431 Market St, Wilmington, NC. Reg 10am 910-791-8321. AUG 4 DOG DAY’S PARTY Thunder Tower Harley-Davidson, 190 Pontiac Business Ctr. Dr., Columbia, SC. 12-5pm 803-4611121. AUG 4 TEAM JACK RIDE Speedway Harley-Davidson, 10049 Weddington Rd, Concord, NC. Reg 9:30am, ride 11am. $20/bike $10/passenger, Rain or Shine. Food, music, 50/50, raffle prizes. Benefits Team Jack - help local children with Type 1 Diabetes get Diabetic Alert Dogs. Renee Reynolds 704-892-0243, 704-995-4365.

AUG 4 MS. CFHD BIKINI CONTEST Cape Fear Harley-Davidson, 3950 Sycamore Dairy Rd., Fayetteville, NC. Must be 18 years old to enter. Contact Nancy for more details. 910-864-1200. AUG 4 SCHOLARSHIP DICE RUN FOR MATT WINTERS Granville County CBA Lodge, 1639 Hwy 50, Creedmoor, NC. Reg 11am-12:30pm, ride 1pm, $15/rider $10/pass, food. Benefits Granville Central High School scholarship fund. Rain date 8/11/12. Alan Wilder 919-280-5108. AUG 4 3RD ANNUAL RIDE FOR RELIEF POKER RUN Shelton’s Harley Davidsion, 606 US Hwy 70 Byp. E., Goldsboro, NC. Food, music, door prizes, 50/50. $20/rider, $10/passenger, $5/extra hands. shirts avail. Benefits Carolina East Home Care & Hospice, Inc. Julie Howard 910-275-1756. AUG 4 BACK 2 SCHOOL BBQ COOK-OFF & BASKETBALL TOURN. Ray Price Harley-Davidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. 11am, bring canned food item & school supplies. 919-8322261. AUG 4 5TH ANNUAL J’VILLE BIKE BASH Coastal Plains Raceway, 4744 Richlands Hwy, Jacksonville, NC. Open drag strip, stunt team, amateur stunt competition, bike show, burnout competition, drill team, swap meet, live music, DJ, vendors. $10. Kids 12 & under free! Add $10 participants. Gates open at 10am. Benefits Museum of the Marine & Run For the Son. Grace Richard 910-389-4074. AUG 5 “SPIRIT RIDERS” 1ST ANNUAL BACK TO SCHOOL RIDE C & P Mini Mart, 700 Union Chapel Rd., Pembroke, NC. $10/rider, $15/couple. Reg 1pm, ride 2:30 -50/50, Auctions, etc. Benefits Union Elementary School, Rain date 8-12-12. Lynn Hayes lynn. 910-740-3200.

AUG 5 HOKA HEY MOTORCYCLE CHALLENGE Las Vegas to New York, 605-8900386. AUG 9 BIKE NIGHT RIDE Cycles 101, 3125-105 Gresham Lake Rd., Raleigh, NC. Ride to eat @6:45 www. 919-877-6127. AUG 10 BIKE NIGHT Rocky Mount Harley-Davidson, 928 N. Winstead Ave, Rocky Mount, NC. www.rockymounthd. com 252-446-7292. AUG 10-11 ROLLIN’ ON THE RIVER Rider’s Roost, 100 Elk Creek Darby Rd., Ferguson, NC. www.ridersroost. com 336-973-8405. AUG 11 SCHOOL SUPPLIES FOR FAMILY MINISTRIES Peach Blossom Diner, 910 Hospitalty Dr., Spartanburg, SC. Reg 10am, ride 10:30. Bring school supplies or donations. Rodger Baugham 864-838-7166. AUG 11 CRUISIN’ FOR ST. JUDE RIDE & PARTY Smokin Harley-Davidson, 3441 Myer Lee Dr., Winston-Salem, NC. Reg 8:30-10:30am, ride 10:30, $20/single $25/double, food, auction. Benefits St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. 336722-3106. AUG 11 FIREMAN’S RIDE Raleigh Convention Center, 500 South Salisbury St., Raleigh, NC. Reg 9am, ride 11am. $25, $15/passenger. 50/50, music, food. Benefits JC Burncenter. 919-697-0203, 919-669-7238. AUG 11 BIKE SHOW Smurf’s Tavern, 1035 Smurf Rd., Danbury, NC. Bike show, bikini bike wash, food, band. $5 cover for band. 336-593-2208. AUG 11 CUSTOMER APPRECIATION BIKE BASH Harley-Davidson of New Bern, 1613 Hwy 70 E, New Bern, NC. 12-4pm, music, food, door prizes. 252633-4060. AUG 11 ST. JUDE POKER RUN Freeborne’s, 3441 Myer Lee Dr. Ste. B, Winston-Salem, NC. www.freebornes. com 336-359-8008.

Cruisin’ Calendar AUG 11 DAVID LYTTON BENEFIT POKER RUN & CAR SHOWS Tilley Harley-Davidson, 1226 Morland Dr., Statesville, NC. Add start location @ Box Car Grille, Statesville, Reg 10am, $20/rider $10/pass, $5/xtra hand, BBQ chicken, $10/reg car show @ VFW Post 2031. Benefits medical expenses www. 704-872-4227. AUG 11 PAINTED PINK ALL WOMENS BIKE SHOW Easy Eddie’s, 12125 Statesville Ave, Huntersville, NC. Reg 1-2pm, $15/entry fee, prizes, 50/50, games, live music, vendors, auction. 704-875-2501. AUG 11 1ST ANNUAL POTTERS HILL FIRE DEPT. POKER RUN Lejeune Motorsports, 955 Lejeune Boulevard, Jacksonville, NC. Reg 9am, ride 11am. 910-298-1766. AUG 11 HOTTER THAN HELL RUN Lost Memories, 404 W. Manchester Rd., Spring Lake, NC. Reg 11am. FBO 12 noon, LBI 5pm, $20/rider, $15/pass, includes meal (Phat Phils BBQ) Extra hand $5. $10 plates for non riders. Live music, 50/50, raffle, prizes. Benefits BFBF. Everyone welcome. www. Mickey bikers_for_bikers_foundation@yahoo. com 910-551-1161. AUG 11 2ND ANNUAL LANDON’S RIDE Cuz’s Tavern, 1532 N. GrahamHopedale Rd, Burlington, NC. Reg 10am, ride 12pm. Free food, door prizes, raffles, live music. Ride to Benefit Landon for Medical Expenses. Noelle 336-263-6101. AUG 11 ELBAB SHRINE CLUB FALL RALLY ELBAB Shrine Club, Patterson Mill Rd, Barnwell, SC. Poker run and bike raffle. ‘12 H-D Heritage Classic raffle $50. Benefit Shriners Children’s Hospital. Ned McKenzie 803-943-8328. AUG 11 4TH ANNUAL FREEDOM RIDE Harley-Davidson of Greensboro, 538 Farragut St., Greensboro, NC. Reg 9:30-11am. $20/bike. police escorted, food, door prizes, live music. Benefits Field of Honor. www.hdofgreensboro. com 336-273-1101.

AUG 11 WILD BILL’S 1ST ANNUAL RIDE 4 LIFE Shovelhead Saloon, 2898 US 70 Hwy, Black Mountain, NC. Live music, bike show, tattoo contest, pig picking cook off. Benefits the Kickstand Foundation. 828-779-6868. AUG 11 5TH ANNUAL DO GOOD DAY POKER RUN Harleyville Community Center, 163 S. Railroad Ave, Harleyville, SC. 10am, poker run, music, food. Benefits Adam Bishop medical expenses. 843-563-2545. AUG 11 AMERICAN LEGION RIDERS BIKE NIGHT American Legion Post 116, 6400 Johnson Pond Rd, Fuquay, NC. Free food, bike games, music, 50/50, giveaways, games. Eric Ellerman 919244-4660. AUG 11 RAY PRICE HARLEYDAVIDSON 30TH ANNIVERSARY Ray Price, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. Come help us celebrate 30 years of business. Marketing Department 919-832-2261. AUG 12 CMA FELLOWSHIP RIDE Walmart Parking Lot, 2500 West Forest Hills Rd, Wilson, NC. Ride 2pm. meal or ice cream at the end of the ride. cmausa. org Billy Hammock Whammock@nc.rr. com 252-299-0455. AUG 17 BIKE NIGHT Tilley Harley Davidson, 653 Bendix Dr., Salisbury, NC. music, food, beer. 704-638-6044. AUG 17 BIKE NIGHT Harley-Davidson of Asheville, 20 Patton Cove Rd, Swannanoa, NC. Free food & drinks, calendar girls, music, bike games, riding demos, vendors, prizes, and more! www. Brad Lovejoy info@ 828-581-2000. AUG 17-19 ONSLOW COUNTY VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL RUN AND RALLY Onslow County Fairgrounds, 146 Broadhurst Rd., Jacksonville, NC. Memorial Run 12pm onslowvietnamveteransmemorial. org Pat Walker 910-545-9333.

7 AUG 17-19 DICK KOPEL RIDE Sandhill Harley-Davidson, 7540 US Hwy 15-501, Pinehurst, NC. 910-295-9033. AUG 18 HELP SAVE EMILY RIDE Freeborne’s South, 3441 Myer Lee Dr, Winston-Salem, NC. Reg 10am-12pm. $15/rider, $20/couple. $5/extra hand. Poker Run, Food, 50/50, live music. Emily is 4 years old, born with Pulmonary Hypertension Disorder & is in need of a lung transplant. Proceeds for medical & temporary relocation expenses. Richie 336-918-3655. AUG 18 ROBERT “PIG” RUSSELL MEMORIAL RIDE Ray Price HarleyDavidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. Reg 9:30, ride 10:30, $20/rider $5/ pass. Kathy Moore 252-904-6230. AUG 18 2012 VETERANS APPRECIATION RUN Martin Motorsports, 1217 Charlotte Hwy, Fairview, NC. First out 9am, food, bike games. Benefits the Medical Center in support of Veterans. 828-628-9975. AUG 18 HELMET AWARENESS EVENT Tilley Harley-Davidson, 653 Bendix Dr., Salisbury, NC. Reg 11am12:30pm, ride 1pm, escorted ride, BBQ, band. In memory of Jonah Kelly King. 704-6386044. AUG 18 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY POKER RUN Tilley Harley-Davidson, 1226 Morland Dr., Statesville, NC. 704-872-3883. AUG 18 MEMORIAL RIDE FOR ALLY Locked & Loaded, 1125 U.S. 70, Garner, NC. Reg 1pm, ride 2pm, $15/ rider $5/pass, door prizes, food, band. Benefits family of Ally. mystx2006@ 919-522-7625. AUG 18 RIDE FOR A REASON East Coast Wings, 101 N. Berkeley Blvd., Goldsboro, NC. Reg 10am, ride 11am. Band, 50/50, bike detailing. $10/rider, $5 passenger. Benefits husband & wife who both have cancer and no insurance. Tracey Bailey tracey.bailey13@gmail. com 919-394-4873.

8 AUG 18 TRIAD CBA/ABATE OF NC 6TH ANNUAL RIDE TO VOTE American Legion Post 53, 729 Creek Ridge Road, Greensboro, NC. Meet & Greet with Local Candidates 10am-11am, Reg 10am, ride 11am. Food avail, silent auction, 50/50, cash prizes. Robert “Shaggy” Causey 336442-8885. AUG 18 BREAST CANCER AWARENESS RIDE Thunder Tower HarleyDavidson, 190 Pontiac Business Ctr. Dr., Columbia, SC. Ride 11am, $15/rider $5/ pass, food, prizes, speakers, karaoke, massages, make-up & hair. Beth 803479-8148. AUG 18 6TH ANNUAL FORSYTH CO. SHERIFFS SPECIAL OLYMPICS POKER RUN Smokin Harley-Davidson, 3441 Myer Lee Dr., Winston-Salem, NC. Reg 8-10am, KSU 10am, $15/rider $5/pass, includes t-shirt & meal. Door prizes, 50/50. Benefits Special Olympics. 336-722-3106. AUG 18 TUCKAHOE MC 24TH ANNIVERSARY BIKE RALLY Tuckahoe Clubhouse, Hwy 24, Beulaville, NC. 9am-until, $10 poker run, bike raffle, food, camping space, wet t-shirt contest, burnout pit, 50/50. Diesel 910-333-2543. AUG 18 GOLDRUSH #15 CHARITY BIKE SHOW Pure Gold, 143 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC. 11am-1pm, bike show, FMX show, biker babe contest, trophies, charity raffle. 910452-2228. AUG 18 HARLEY’S HEROES 2012 Cape Fear Harley-Davidson, 3950 Sycamore Dairy Rd., Fayetteville, NC. www. 910-864-1200. AUG 18 ULTIMATE BIG POT FUN RUN McKinny Selinas Honda, 4295 Wilkinson Blvd, Gastonia, NC. First out 9am. $20/single $30/Double. Benefits Men of James and LEG-UP Ministries. Phillip Parlier 828-446-5107. AUG 18 ALICIA’S RIDE Denton Farmpark, 1072 Cranford Rd, Denton, NC. Reg 11am-12:30pm with lunch. $25. Escorted ride 1pm. Live music. Alicia

Cruisin’ Calendar has Hodgkin’s and Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Proceeds to medical expenses. Jay Walls 336301-1713.

AUG 23 BIKE NIGHT RIDE Cycles 101, 3125-105 Gresham Lake Rd., Raleigh, NC. Ride to eat @6:45 www. 919-877-6127.

AUG 18 BIKERS FOR BROOKE Britt Hotrodz, 3618 Sycamore Dairy Rd, Fayetteville, NC. 10am bike wash, Reg 12pm, Ride 1pm. $20/rider, $10/ passengers. Music, raffles, food. Brooke is 3 years old and was burned by boiling water. Proceeds for laser surgery to remove scars. Presented by the Silent Heroes MC. Goose, cowboy_medic1967@ 910-751-8272.

AUG 23 PINK GARAGE PARTY Thunder Tower Harley-Davidson, 190 Pontiac Business Ctr. Dr., Columbia, SC. 5-7pm, food & prizes. 803-461-1121.

AUG 18 BENEFIT RIDE FOR YOUTH MISSIONS TRIP East Bend Evangelical Methodist Church, 104 Blanch St, East Bend, NC. Reg 9-10:45am, ride 11am. $20/bike. Live music, food. Benefits Youth’s Mission Trip. Todd 336-428-8041 Mitzi Hutchens 336-782-7751. AUG 19 LEFT BEHIND STURGIS RIDE Just Hawgs, 5326 C 311 N, Walkertown, NC. Ride 11am 336-595-2210. AUG 19 CHARITY BIKE SHOW TGIFriday’s, 7815 Timberlake Rd., Lynchburg, VA. Reg 12pm, $10/entry fee. Benefits Lynchburg Humane Society. Becky Whitten 434-610-9551. AUG 19 COOKOUT Ink Lab Tattoo, 210 Century Blvd, Kernersville, NC. 1-5pm, food, music, games, raffle, byob. 336-497-4998. AUG 19 BIKERS FOR BIKERS FOUNDATION POKER RUN Snug Harbor, 213 Henderson Dr. #A, Jacksonville, NC. Reg 12pm. $15/rider, $5/ passenger. Live music, BBQ. Benefits Bikers For Bikers Foundation. www. Joel 910378-5393. AUG 22-27 HOME COMING MOTORCYCLE RIDE Cherokee Court House, 111 S. Cherokee, Tahlequah, OK. Ride From Tahlequah OK to Cherokee NC. Join up with Brothers of the wind and there remembrance removal tour and ride back to Tahlequah OK. www. Jay blanchard 918-316-6455.

AUG 24-25 4TH ANNUAL RUBY BASH RALLY Rose Creek Camp Ground, 140 Terrace Ridge Dr., Franklin, NC. Toy Poker Run $25 or unwrapped toy / bike entry, inc meal voucher. Last out 10:30am. Cash prize. Benefiting childern of Macon Co. 2 nights of concerts 5-10pm Tattoo contest, bike show, gun raffle,vendors, food and games. $15 Weekend pass, $3 cooler charge. Over night accomodations available. Ronnie 407-383-0860. AUG 24-26 13TH ANNUAL NCSCVMC 2DOGS INVITATIONAL Smoky View Cottages & RV Resort, 72 Crider Cir., Maggie Valley, NC. 2days of rides, speakers, and fund raisers. Bikini bike wash for Save the TaTas, Chikken pickin’ and pig pickin’. Kevin Stone 919-721-1231. AUG 25 VHVA-VETERANS HELPING VETERANS HEAL American Legion Post 55, 111 Miller St, WinsonSalem, NC. Reg 9-10am, $15/bike, $5/ rider, $5/poker hand. ride 10am. 50/50, poker run. John Collins & Meredy Swafford 336-4096120. AUG 25 1 YEAR ANNIVERSARY PARTY & END OF SUMMER OPEN HOUSE Harley-Davidson of Asheville, 20 Patton Cove Rd., Swannanoa, NC. 828-581-2000. AUG 25 RUN WITH THE PACK POKER RUN New River HarleyDavidson, 2394 Wilmington Highway, Jacksonville, NC. Reg 10:30, $20/single $25/double includes meal. Benefits Sheep Dog Impact Assistance and Bear Creek Vol Fire Dept. 910-546-6046.

Cruisin’ Calendar AUG 25 STEELE ANGELS 9TH ANNUAL BACK TO SCHOOL PARTY The Dog House, 3049 Owen Dr, Fayetteville, NC. Live Band, 50/50, food, door prizes. Starts 6pm. Bring school supplies or donation for entry. Wendy Rogers 910-818-0458. AUG 25 CHILDREN’S CHANCE BENEFIT RIDE Thunder Tower Harley-Davidson, 190 Pontiac Business Center, Columbia, SC. KSU 11. Benefits the needs of cancer patients and their families. 803-461-1121. AUG 25 2ND ANNUAL RIDING FOR THE CHILDREN RILEY’S ARMY BIKE RIDE Physician’s East, 1850 W Arlington Blvd, Greenville, NC. Ride 10am, $20/single, $30/douple in advance, $25/single $35/double day of. Includes lunch, 50/50 and raffle. Benefits Vidant Children’s Hospital. 252-412-8191. AUG 25 CMOU CAROLINA KIDS FOUNDATION RIDING FOR RELIEF 5600 Morehead Rd., Concord, NC. $10/adult, children free. Hotrod and bike shows, live music, food, pro wrestling exhibition, prizes. Benefits Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. 704-763-4836. AUG 25 RIDING FOR AMY POKER RUN Ben’s V-Twin, 5815 W Hwy 74, Indian Trial, NC. Reg 8am, first out 9. Raffle prizes, food, music. Spon by Wind & Fire MC. Benefits medical expenses. David 980722-8951. AUG 25 JAYNE “LADY JAYNE” CLAYTON MEMORIAL RIDE Randolph County CBA Meeting Hall, 620 Veterans Loop, Asheboro, NC. $10/ person $20/couple. Proceeds donated in memory Jaynes name to the MSAP Jackie Smith fallinuphill1967@gmail. com 336-328-5500. AUG 25 ROLLING THUNDER NC-7 3RD ANNUAL RIDE HOME EVENT American Legion Post 52, American Legion Drive, Franklinton, NC. Reg 9am, ride 11am. $15/rider, $5/passenger. Honors former POW’s and MIA families.

9 Roger Crump 919-407-1185.

raffle. Hosted by The Bull Run Chapter of the Rough Riders M/C. Top top. 540-395-1190.

AUG 25 13TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ALL-STAR RIDE FOR LIFE Scooter’s Grill & Bar, 1911 Sego Court, Raleigh, NC. Reg 9am ride 11am, prizes, live music, food. Benefits Duke Children’s Hospital. 919-954-2171.

AUG 25 WILSON’S MILLS CIVITAN CHARITY RIDE Ray Price Harley-Davidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. Reg 9:30am, ride 11am, $20/rider, $10/pass, $20/car, food, 50/50, door prizes. Benefits Johnston Co. Special Olympics. Daryl Jones 919-901-2765.

AUG 25 ALZHEIMER’S RIDE Cape Fear Harley-Davidson, 3950 Sycamore Dairy Rd., Fayetteville, NC. 910-864-1200. AUG 25 2ND ANNUAL CALDWELL CO. SPECIAL OLYMPIC RIDE Day 3 Church, 254 Timberbrook Lane, Granite Falls, NC. Pre-Reg $15, day of $20/single, $10/passenger. Reg 10am, ride 11am. Benefits Special Olympics Caldwell Co. Johnny Overby 828-750-4338. AUG 25 4TH ANNUAL ANNUAL SICKLE CELL CHARITY RIDE 1102 E. Market St, Greensboro, NC. Reg 10am, ride 11am. $15/bike. Benefits client assistance with RX’s, hospital bills, rent, utilites & food. Cassandra Durham cdurham@piedmonthealthservices. org 336-886-2437. AUG 25 DEAN FERRIS MEMORIAL POKER RUN Thunder Road HarleyDavidson, 4960 Riverside Dr., Danville, VA. Reg 11am, Ride 1pm. food, DJ, 50/50, door prizes, auction. Benefits local cancer fund and local charities. Jerry Shelton 434-251-0994. AUG 25 HUNTER’S RIDE FOR HUMANE SOCIETY Harley-Davidson of Greensboro, 538 Farragut St., Greensboro, NC. 9:30am-5pm. Ride & pet adoption fair. Benefits the Humane Society. 336273-1101. AUG 25 WARRIOR BENEFIT Eagles Nest Country Bar, 1723 Parkview Dr, Chesapeake, VA. Concert, poker run, 50/50, door prizes, 2012 HD Road King

AUG 26 MS RIDE Tilley HarleyDavidson, 1226 Morland Dr., Statesville, NC. 704-872-3883. AUG 26 7TH ANNUAL THUNDER AT THE ROCK! The Rock Church, 416 W. King St., King, NC. 10am service, Drama, Free lunch, ride after lunch. Randy Smith 336983-0550. AUG 26 3RD ANNUAL BIKER DAY Centerview Baptist Church, 501 NE Connector, Albemarle, NC. Service 10:30am, live music, guest speaker, free lunch, door prizes, ride. Big Mike 704239-3385. AUG 26 ASHEVILLE RIDE FOR KIDS WNC Center & Fairgrounds, 1301 Fanning Bridge Rd., Fletcher, NC. Reg 8-9:45am, escorted ride 10am $35/ rider. Benefits The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. Jerry Harvey 800-253-6530 ext. 323. AUG 31-SEP 1 BOONE FALL BIKE RALLY High Country Fairground, 748 Roby Greene Rd., Boone, NC. $15/Fri, $25/Sat, $30/wknd, biker games, wet tshirt contest, vendors, live music. www. 828-733-8060. AUG 31-SEP 1 LABOR DAY/LUAU PARTY Rider’s Roost, 100 Elk Creek Darby Rd., Ferguson, NC. 336-973-8405. AUG 31-SEP 2 BULL CITY RUMBLE 2012 Main St., Durham, NC. Vintage bikes, music, food. bullcityrumble.html 919-641-2328.


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AUG 31-SEP 3 HLF BIKER FAMILY CAMPOUT Denton Farm Park, 1127 Cranford Rd., Denton, NC. Free camping, free food, free Jesus, bike show, bike games, music, vendors, childrens activties. Popkorn 336-225-7224. Scan This QR Code To Check For Events That Missed The Print Issue

SEP 1 WE RIDE FOR THOSE WHO CAN’T REMEMBRANCE RUN Hotrodz of Fayetteville, 3618 Sycamore Dairy Rd, Fayetteville, NC. Reg 9am, ride 11am, DJ, prizes, 50/50, lunch. Proceeds to support The Ride Home, event paying tribute to America’s exPOWs and provide transportation to area ex-POWs to the event. Jim Hollister president@ 910-273-3367. SEP 1 RIDING 4 WISHES El Toro’s, 3436 Trask Pkwy, Beaufort, SC. Reg 10:30am, ride 12pm. $15. Prizes, cookout, raffle, 50/50 & DJ/Karaoke. Benefits Make A Wish Foundation. Judi Justice 843-252-6319. SEP 1 DAV POKER RUN Paul’s Place Hot Dogs, 11725 Hwy 117S, Rocky Point, NC. Ride 10am $15/bike, $5/passenger. 50/50, cash prizes, live music, drawings. Benefitting Wilmington Chapter 11, Disabled American Veterans. Charlie Hook 910-202-0395. SEP 2 BLACKBERRY SMOKE CONCERT AT WD’S SALOON Whiskey Dicks Saloon, 2101 US Hwy 117, Goldsboro, NC. Rescheduled from 5.22.12. All pre-sale tickets will be honored @ the Sept. 2nd show. $15/advance, $20/Day Of. 919-5803264. SEP 3 MARINE CORPS RESERVE TOYS FOR TOTS FUN RUN Kevin Powell’s Forsyth Motorsports, 5599 University Parkway, Winston Salem, NC. Reg 10am, ride 11:30am. Rider $25 or 2 toys, Passengers $15 or 1 toy. Police escort, 1st 100 get t-shirt. Drawings,

door prizes, 50/50 Poker hand $5/hand. Vikki Harley 336-499-4532. SEP 7-9 U.S. MILITARY VETS M/C NC COMBINED ANNUAL PARTY Riders Roost, 100 Elk Creek Darby Rd., Ferguson, NC. 12pm Friday - 12pm Sunday. Door prizes, drinks, food avail, music, party raft, games. $15/person, $20 Couple + camping or cabin. Rooster RoosterUSMVMC@ 336-442-1276. SEP 8 BIKE & CAR SHOW Rosemont Vineyards & Winery, 1050 Blackridge Rd, LaCrosse, VA. REg 9am, ride 10:30, $20/hand $10/riders, bike & car show, music, bike rodeo, food. Benefits Lake Gaston Fire Dept. www.lakegastonfire. com 434-636-3473. SEP 8 2ND ANNUAL FALLEN FIRST RESPONDERS POKER RUN Hooters, 3031 High Point Rd., Greensboro, NC. Reg 10:30-12pm KSU 12:30, $15/single $20/double, live music, raffle, 50/50. 336-852-4600. SEP 8 2ND ANNUAL WARRIORS MEMORIAL RIDE AND SHOW Coharie Tribal Center, 7531 US HWY 421 N, Clinton, NC. Memorial Ride and Show. Reg 8-10, Bikes $20/Riders $5,Ride leaves at 10am. Escorted ride, ride patch, food, festivities, trophies, veterans honored with beaded feather after veteran’s dance. Vinnie Bryant 910-337-3951.

and motels avail. Fund raiser for Clearwater Chapel to purchase Christmas gifts. Donnie Weaver donnieweaver3@yahoo. com 919-353-9613. SEP 8 2ND ANNUAL GOLDSBORO H.O.G MILITARY APPRECIATION DAY BIKE & CAR SHOW Shelton’s Harley-Davidson, 606 Corporate Drive, Goldsboro, NC. 10am-6:30pm. Reg 10am-12, $15/pre reg $20/day of, live music, bbq cook-off, Harley Hero pin stop. Jimmy Brown goldsborohog@ 919-222-4661. SEP 8 CAROLINA PATRIOT ROVER’S CHARITY BIKE SHOW Gibonsville Antiques & Collectibles, 106 East Railroad Ave., Gibsonville, NC. Reg 9-10am, $10/entry fee, 50/50, door prizes, music, food. Benefits Carolina Patriot Rovers. TAZ 336-6010941. SEP 8 KIM TREADAWAY CELEBRATION OF LIFE MEMORIAL POKER RUN Iron Horse Motrocycles, 1600 W. Roosevelt Blvd., Monroe, NC. Reg 9am. LBO 10:30am Auction, Raffle, Music. Benefits US Veteran Ted Foreman for medical expenses Lynn Chance 304-952-9917 April 704-221-3535. SEP 8 MATT MCALEXANDER SCHOLARSHIP FUND POKER RUN Smokin Harley-Davidson, 3441 Myer Lee Dr., Winston-Salem, NC. Reg 10:30-12:30 t-shirt and bbq. Benefits the scholarship fund. 336-777-0800.

SEP 8 7TH ANNUAL USO OF NC RAY PRICE HARLEY DAVIDSON FREEDOM RIDE Ray Price Harley Davidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. $25/ single, $40/double, Lunch, t-shirts inc. Ride 10am. Wreath laying ceremony. Benefits the USO of NC RDU Center. Anna Martin 919-840-2945.

SEP 8 6TH ANNUAL SPECIAL OLYMPICS POKER RUN Shelton’s Harley-Davidson, 300 Muldee Street, Durham, NC. Reg 9am, escorted ride 10am. $20 / hand or $25 for tandem. Cash prize, food & drinks. Benefits the Special Olympics. Geoff 919-596-9511.

SEP 8 CLEARWATER CHAPEL MOTORCYCLE RIDE Camp Clearwater Camp Ground, 2038 White Lake Dr, White Lake, NC. Reg 8-9:30, ride 10am. $25/bike, $35 couple, inc meal & door prize ticket. 50/50, fun, food, campsites

SEP 8 5TH ANNUAL CHILDREN’S RIDE FOR A MIRACLE Walmart, 2114 S. Main St, Wake Forest, NC. Reg 8-10, ride 10:30. 20/ Rider, 10/ passenger. Lunch, door prizes, picture with their bike, with Laurel Mill backdrop.

Cruisin’ Calendar Benefits Duke Children’s Miracle Network. Rain date 9/9. Sue Jennings 919-723-8974.

Calvin taylor Scholarship Foundations. Gene Canter 828-734-3439.

SEP 8 BIKES AT WALSTONE Walstone Baptist Church, 260 Walstone Rd., Fayetteville, NC. 3rd annual peoples choice bike show, trophies, music, food and family fun. Benefits Deacons Fund. dave mims 910813-8665.

SEP 8 FIRST DUE POKER RUN Hometown Harley-Davidson, 2300 Elaines Way, Winterville, NC. Reg 9am, ride 10am. Food, music. Gardner Vol. FD. rain date 9/15. Lucky Updike 804-914-1373.

SEP 8 CAMP KEMO RIDE Jay’s at Little River, 1598 Hwy 17 North, Little River, SC. 843-280-0103. SEP 8 9/11 MEMORIAL RIDE Morehead-Beaufort Elks Lodge, 400 Miller Farm Rd., Morehead City, NC. 9am, ride 1pm. Classic cars carrying marines from Wounded Warrior Barracks at Camp LeJeune, motorcycle escort, silent auction, food, entertainment, flag ceremony, vendors, homemade ice cream, and more. Reg Rain date 9/9/12. Benefits Wounded Warriors and honoring first responders on anniversary of 9/11. Kent Neal 252-247-5234, 252-808-0043. SEP 8 2ND ANNUAL ROUGH RIDERS M/C PATRIOT POKER RUN Anderson VFW Post 5996, 1905 Hwy 29, Anderson, SC. Ride 12pm, $20/ person, $25/couple. Food, live music. Default.aspx?t Criss harleytrip@gmail. com 8642479509. SEP 8 AMERICAN LEGION RIDERS BIKE NIGHT American Legion Post 116, 6400 Johnson Pond Rd, Fuquay, NC. Free food, bike games, music, 50/50, giveaways, games. Eric Ellerman 919244-4660. SEP 8 USO FREEDOM RIDE Ray Price Harley-Davidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. www.rayprice. com 919-832-2261. SEP 8 11TH ANNUAL CALVIN TAYLOR TOY RUN Lowes, Patton Ave, Asheville, NC. Ride locations in Waynesville and Roses in Sylva also. Ride 12, $10 or new toy/rider. Benefits NC Masonic Home for Children and

SEP 9 CATAWBA COUNTY SHRINERS 10TH ANNUAL POKER RUN Blue Ridge Harley-Davidson, 2002 13th Ave Dr. SE, Hickory, NC. Reg 11am, first out 11:30, $10/hand $25/ 3 hands. Food. Dennis 828-781-0062. SEP 9 LORDS OF LOYALTY MC BIKE SHOW Aversboro Restaurant and Sports Bar, 1411 Aversboro Rd., Garner, NC. 12-4pm. Trophies, live music, 50/50, door prizes, venders. Jester 919-244-1842. SEP 13 BIKE NIGHT RIDE Cycles 101, 3125-105 Gresham Lake Rd., Raleigh, NC. Ride to eat @6:45 www. 919-877-6127. SEP 13 WHEELS THROUGH TIME SPECIAL EVENT Wheels Through Time Museum, Vintage Ln, Maggie Valley, NC. Welcome the Trail Of Tears Remembrance Motorcycle Riders. 3pm guided tour of WTT Museum, cookout $15. Please confirm. 828-926-6266. SEP 13-16 MASON-DIXON PARK THUNDER ON TOBACCO ROAD Mason Dixon Park, 7533 NC Hwy W, Seven Springs, $25/door, food, bike games, bull rides, wet t-shirt and best buns contest, vendors, 50/50, door prizes. Benefits National Deaf Leisure Association www.thunderontobaccoroad. com Rob 910-604-1369. SEP 14 GROUP RIDE TO TRAIL OF TEARS MAIN RIDE Cherokee Convention Center, 1501 Acquoni Rd., Cherokee, NC. Group leaves Cherokee Convention Center 11am to ride to Chattanooga TN. Mike Callahan mike1@ 336-889-6527.


SEP 14-16 THUNDER IN THE SMOKIES Maggie Valley Festival Grounds, 3374 Soco Rd., Maggie Valley, NC. Gates open 11am-11pm Fri., 9am11pm Sat. & 9am-4pm on Sun. Live music, bike games, bike show, prizes, tour ride, vendors. www.thunderinthesmokies. com 828-246-2101. SEP 14-16 AFMC 20TH ANNUAL CRASH IN THE GRASS Armed Forces MC Club House, 3264 Bergaw Hwy, Jacksonville, NC. Live bands, free food, pig pickin, free camping, biker rodeo with trophies, ladies wet t-shirt contest, 50/50, door prizes, $15/person, $20/ couples at the gate. Gates open at 4pm on Friday. HEAVY 910-381-9036. SEP 14-17 11TH ANNUAL HOMETOWN HEROES CHARITY RIDE TO ST AUGUSTINE, FL. Ride begins at Hendrick Chevrolet, 3112 West Highway 74, Monroe, NC. 4 day trip to St Augustine, FL and back Benefits kids with cancer. Download application from our website or picked up at Iron Horse Motorcycles in Monroe, NC. http:// Joey 704283-9467. SEP 15 3RD ANNUAL BENEFIT RIDE Easy Eddies, 12125 Statesville Rd., Huntersville, NC. Reg 9-10:30am. $20/ single, $10/passenger. Free food, raffle, 50/50, door prizes, music and live auction 3pm. Proceeds benefit Logan Stroud Foundation, Brain Injury Association of NC and Carolinas Rehabilitation. Kris Stroud kris. 704-305-1683. SEP 15 2ND ANNUAL JACOB’S RUN 2012 Starting in 9 different counties, $15/ person inc chili tasting, 50/50, car show, live music. Benefits Vidant Children’s Hospital. Allen Floars 252-289-5568. SEP 15 12TH ANNUAL RIDE FOR THE ANIMALS The Harley Shop at the Beach, 4002 Hwy 17 S., North Myrtle Beach, SC. Reg 10:30am-12pm. $25/ person inc poker hand & door prizes. 50/50, raffles, auction, free food. Hu-

12 mane Society of NMB pambane@aol. com 843-249-4948. SEP 15 H.O.G HOMECOMING Ray Price Harley-Davidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. www.rayprice. com 919-832-2261. SEP 15 5TH ANNUAL BOONE MOOSE LODGE POKER RUN FOR HOSPICE Boone Moose Lodge, 607 Deerfield Road, Boone, NC. Reg 9:30 ride 10:30am. $20/Single, $30/Couple. T-shirt, dinner, entertainment inc. Benefits Hospice. Ben York 828-964-0473. SEP 15 65TH ANNIVERSARY OF J & J’S TAVERN J & J’s Tavern, 12025 University Cy Boulevard, Charlotte, NC. Live music, biker games, bike wash, food, camping. 704-549-1937. SEP 15 HENRY JOYCE RIDE Randolph County CBA Lodge, 620 Veterans Loop, Asheboro, NC. Cost $10 person $20 a couple. Proceeds to help with medical cost Jackie Smith fallinuphill1967@ 336-328-5500. SEP 15 910 FREEDOM RIDERS POKER RUN FOR SPECIAL OLYMPICS Britt’s Motorsports, 6431 Market Street, Wilmington, NC. Reg 9am-11am. $20/bike, add hands $10. Lunch, 50/50, door prizes, cash prizes. Benefits the NC Special Olympics 910freedomriders. Walter Phipps phippswc@ 910-604-1786. SEP 15 AVERY TOY RUN Church Parking Lot, 213 River St, Newland, NC. $15/person or toy of equal value. Door prizes, 50/50, food, live music. Rain Date 22. Benefits Kids in our County Tommy Burleson & Jerry Calloway 828-733-8287. SEP 15 5TH ANNUAL RIDE TO ROCK OUT ALZHEIMER’S Pine Knoll at St. Joseph of the Pines, 590 Central Drive, Southern Pines, NC. Reg 7am, ride 9:15am. Breakfast, lunch, prizes, entertainment. Benefit Alzheimer’s Association. Nathan Summers 910246-3002.

Cruisin’ Calendar SEP 15 SUMMER BASH 2 Greensboro Harley-Davidson, 538 Farragut St, Greensboro, NC. Traditional Old School Biker Summer Bash #2. Live Bands all day, vendors, food, wet t-shirt contest, wienie bite contest, bikini bike wash, no coolers allowed. www.hdofgreensboro. com Amy Jacobson 336-273-1101. SEP 15 WHEELS FOR HERO’S CAR & BIKE CRUISE IN Piedmont Plaza, Bypass 72NE, Greenwood, SC. $15/first hand, $10 add hand. Food, live music. Benefits Veteran Hall of Heroes. Kenn Whitshire 864-229-0368. SEP 15 19TH ANNUAL TRAIL OF TEARS MOTORCYCLE RIDE Cherokee, NC. No reg or fees, rain or shine, join at designated stops only. SEP 15 BENEFIT FOR FAMILIES HELPING FAMILIES Thunder Tower Harley-Davidson, 190 Pontiac Business Ctr, Dr., Elgin, SC. Reg 9:30, last out 12pm, $20 rider/$10 rider, food incl. Cash prizes, 50/50, auction, live music. Rain or shine. Benefits Families Helping Families. Hosted by Thunder Riders HOG Chapter. www.thunderridershog. com Tim Jones 803-518-0326. SEP 15 2ND ANNUAL ELKS LODGE POKER RUN New Bern Elks Lodge, 1175 Pinetree Dr, New Bern, NC. Reg 9:30, ride 11am. $20/hand inc food ticket. 50/50, door prizes. Benefits the Veterans and Wounded Warriors. Lynn Perry 252-2292077. SEP 15 7TH ANNUAL SHOP WITH THE SHERIFF CHARITY MOTORCYCLE RIDE Cumberland County Courthouse Parking Lot, 117 Dick Street, Fayetteville, NC. Reg 8:30am, ride 9:30am.$15/rider. Prize raffle, free food. Rain date 9/22. Benefits children of Cumberland Co. Sgt. J.L. Fulmore 910-309-9102. SEP 15 CLAYTON HARVEST FESTIVAL RIDE & SHOW Ray Price Harley-Davidson, 1126 S Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. 919832-2261.

SEP 15 9TH ANNUAL FRANCES R. WILLIS SPCA PAW-KER RUN Dorchester Shriner Club, 2150 Beech Hill Rd, Summerville, SC. prizes, raffle prizes, 50/50, food & music. $20/person. 100% proceeds to the animals Sharon Atkinson 843-871-3820. SEP 16 343 MEMORIAL RIDE Britt Motorsports, 6431 Market St, WIlmington, NC. Reg 10am-12:30. Escorted ride 1pm. Raffles, 50/50, Food. Ceremony 12:30. Benefit the NC Jaycee Burn Center. Spons by the Red Knights NC6 & Britt motorsports. To remember our fallen firefighters of 9/11. Denise 910-791-8321. SEP 16 CMA FELLOWSHIP RIDE Walmart Parking Lot, 2500 West Forest Hills Rd, Wilson, NC. Ride 2pm. meal or ice cream at the end of the ride. cmausa. org Billy Hammock Whammock@nc.rr. com 252-299-0455. SEP 20-22 2ND ANNUAL BIKER, BLUES AND BBQ Tilleys H-D, 653 Bendix Dr., Salisbury, NC. Kansas City BBQ Sanctioned / NC State BBQ Championship cook-off. HOG pin stop, vendors, bands, party, beverages, food. Gary Moss 704-6386044. SEP 20-23 MEETING OF THE MINDS Motorcycle Riders Foundation, Sheraton Imperial Hotel, 4700 Emperor Blvd, Durham, NC. Hosted by CBA/ ABATE of NC. 202-546-0983. SEP 21 BIKE NIGHT Harley-Davidson of Asheville, 20 Patton Cove Rd, Swannanoa, NC. Free food & drinks, calendar girls, music, bike games, riding demos, vendors, prizes, and more! www. Brad Lovejoy info@ 828-581-2000. SEP 21 PATRIOT RIDE Ray Price Harley-Davidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. Benefits the NC National Guard & USO NC. 919-832-2261.

Cruisin’ Calendar SEP 21-23 RAY PRICE CAPITAL CITY BIKEFEST Ray Price HarleyDavidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. 919832-2261. SEP 22 WOUNDED WARRIOR RIDE Market Place Mall, 2101 Peters Creek Parkway, Winston-Salem, NC. Reg 11, ride 1pm. 336-723-4438. SEP 22 RAISE THE ROOF RIDE 2012 Sun Trust Bank / Harrison Park, 71 North Main Street, Denton, NC. Reg 9am, ride 11am. $15/single, $20/double rider. Pre-reg: $10/single rider, $15/ double rider. Gospel singing, lunch avail Donations are appreciated. Proceeds to build a new church in Denton. Michelle Timmons 336-247-0872. Jim Timmons 336-404-4111. SEP 22 AMERICAN LEGION RIDERS BIKE SHOW American Legion Post 55, 111 Miller Street, Winston-Salem, NC. 12-5pm, Judging 1-3, Trophies 4pm. Multi-classes, trophies, 50/50, door prizes, food, vendors. Benefits American Legion programs to help American Heros. John Collins & Meredy Swafford 336-409-6120. SEP 22 NATIONAL POW/MIA RECOGNITION DAY Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial, Rest Area Mile Marker 100 on NC I-85, Lexington, NC. Remembrance ceremony 5 PM. Presented by Rolling Thunder NC Chapter 2. LeeAnn Johnson 828-2921099. SEP 22 2ND ANNUAL NC’S HOTTEST BIKER BABE BEAUTY CONTEST The Shriner’s Club, 7040 Ramsey St., Fayetteville, NC. Proceeds to fight Breast Cancer. Cash Prizes. The Cumberland County Southern Rider’s Motorcycle Club (SRMC) Mark Judson 919-971-3111. SEP 22 8TH ANNUAL CONFEDERATE HERITAGE RIDE Warren Lasch Conservation Center, 1250 Supply St., N. Charleston, SC. Live music, food. Devoted to preserving the Heritage and Honor of the Confederate Soldier www. conf.heritage. 843-209-2048.

SEP 22 SEVEN SABRES BROTHERHOOD 3RD ANNUAL SMILE FOR A CHILD POKER RUN D&Q Motorsports, 44 N. Broad St, Angier, NC. Reg 9am, ride 10am. $20/bike, $5/passenger. Door prizes, silent raffle, 50/50, best/ worst hand, food! Benefits Make A Child Smile Foundation. Arlene Mabry 919-422-7234. SEP 22 DEREK ELLIS MEMORIAL RIDE Easy Eddies, 12125 Statesville Ave, Huntersville, NC. Line up 12pm, music, food and prizes. Benefits Derek Dean Memorial Scholarships at MMI. 704-875-2501. SEP 22 2ND ANNUAL ST. JUDE RIDE TO MEMPHIS Smokin Harley-Davidson, 3441 Myer Lee Dr, Winston-Salem, NC. 336-7223106. SEP 23 SECOND CHANCE PRIZES & FBC WORSHIP RALLY Ray Price, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. Freedom Biker Church Worship Rally 11am-12pm. Reg for prizes 10am-3pm. drawings 3pm. Live music, vendors, food & more! Marketing Department kris@rayprice. com 919-832-2261. SEP 27 BIKE NIGHT RIDE Cycles 101, 3125-105 Gresham Lake Rd., Raleigh, NC. Ride to eat @6:45 www. 919-877-6127. SEP 27 BOOT CAMP Thunder Tower Harley-Davidson, 190 Pontiac Business Ctr. Dr., Columbia, SC. 5-7pm. Food & prizes. 803-461-1121. SEP 27-29 2012 N.C. STATE H.O.G. RALLY Ramada Plaza Resort, 1701 S. Virginia Dare Trail, Kill Devil Hills, NC. Reg deadline Aug 5th, 2012. Host Dealership Outer Banks Harley-Davidson 252-338-8866 252-377-7442. SEP 27-30 5TH ANNUAL OUTER BANKS BIKE FEST Outer Banks Harley-Davidson, 8739 Caratoke Highway, Harbinger, NC. Non-stop entertainment & riding, live bands & bikini contests,

13 bike shows & poker runs, guided tours, tattoo contest & beer belly contest, and more! Shamra 252338-8866. SEP 28-29 FALL SPRAWL Rider’s Roost, 100 Elk Creek Darby Rd., Ferguson, NC. 336-9738405. SEP 29 SKEETERS RUN 2012 Gators Sports Pub, 1105 S. George St., Goldsboro, NC. First out 11am, $10/hand, 50/50, door prizes, food, live music. Benefits Salvation Army’s Adopt a Child Program. 919-988-9886. SEP 29 FREEDOM BIKER CHURCH FUNDRAISER RIDE Ray Price Harley-Davidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. 919832-2261. SEP 29 12 YEAR ANNIVERSARY PARTY Easy Eddies, 12125 Statesville Ave, Statesville, NC. 1-6pm, games, door prizes, sales, live music. www. 704-875-2501. SEP 29 MIRACLE LEAGUE RIDE Ray Price Harley-Davidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. Reg 10:3011:30am. Benefits awareness for a children handicap baseball league. Spons by No Rules Rider Foundation. http:// 919-832-2261. SEP 29 POKER RUN FOR TEENS New River Harley-Davidson, 2394 Wilmington Hwy, Jacksonville, NC. Coffee & Donuts 10am. Reg. $20 11am-1pm. 1st 50 receive T-shirt. $10 pass.w/out shirt $20 w/shirt. Pre. reg. avail. 50/50 & Door Prizes. Cash Prize. In Memory of Rocky. Benefits “Annual Christmas Cheer for Teens”. Ingrid Farlow Ingrid_Farlow@ OnslowCountyNC. Gov 910-219-4873. SEP 29 JAMIL SHRINER’S RALLY 2012 JAMIL Shrine Center on I-26, 206 Jamil Road, Columbia, SC. Includes poker run, fun, music, band, door prizes, auction, vendors and free food. Pre-registration w/payment prior to September 16th will receive a free event t-shirt and

14 event pin. Doors open at 9; drawings and prizes at 5PM. Drawing for a new, 2013 Harley at 5:15. $20/person, $10/person for non-riders. Steve Tucker jamilrally@ (803) 772-0732. SEP 29 3RD ANNUAL BIKERS 4 BOOBS BREAST CANCER RIDE Cox’s Harley Davidson, 2759 HWY 134, Asheboro, NC. 8-4pm. Reg 8am, $20/ bike. Police and Sea Of Pink escort ride, 50/50, silent auction, live music, food, games for the kids. Benefits Randolph Hospitals Mammogam Fund. Fay Morgan 336~622~4238. SEP 29 CALLING ALL FRIENDS POKER RUN Thunder Tower Harley Davidson, 190 Pontiac Business Center Dr., Columbia, SC. Benefits Calling All Friends Foundation. Robbie Keeys 803-553-7090. OCT 4-6 SC STATE H.O.G. RALLY Ocean Drive Resort, 98 North Ocean Blvd, North Myrtle Beach, SC. Preregistration ends Aug 18, 2012. Poker runs, vendors, bike wash, photo scavenger hunt, bike shows, parties, biker bingo, H.O.G. Idol, Rally artwork by the renowned SOA artist, Manon Elder, will be at the rally to sign prints! www. GiGi - Gina G. Gossenreiter 864-214-6472. OCT 6 VET & PETS TOGETHER MARBLE RUN VFW Fairgrounds, 692 County Home Road, Yanceyville, NC. Reg 10am, 1st out 11:30am. $25/bike $10/rider inc meal & T-shirt. Entertainment, food, animal demonstrations, 50/50, door prizes, kid games, silent auction, & face painting. Benefits animals in the Caswell Co shelter. Cash prizes. Deserving veteran will get a trained Labrador mix dog. Susan Pendergraph 336-694-4921. OCT 6 JUVENILE DIABETES RESEARCH CHARITY RIDE Ray Price Harley-Davidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. Reg 8am, KSU 10am, $25/ rider $15/pass. Benefits Triangle Juvenile Diabetes Research Found. Dane Wrenn 919-732-3995.

Cruisin’ Calendar OCT 6 SEVEN SABRES BROTHERHOOD 2ND ANNUAL KENDA’S WISH POKER RUN D&Q Motorsports, 44 N. Broad St, Angier, NC. Reg 9am, ride 10am. $20/bike, $5/passenger. Door prizes, silent raffle, 50/50, best/ worst hand, food! Benefits Kenda’s Wish. www.sevensabresbrotherhood. com Arlene Mabry 919-422-7234. OCT 6 6TH ANNUAL RIDE FOR THE CURE Eastern Radiologists, Inc. Breast Imaging Center, 2101 W. Arlington Blvd, Greenville, NC. Reg 8:30am, ride 10am $25/hand inc t-shirt, reg car show 9-11am $15 pre-reg $20/day of. Food, raffles, 50/50. Benefits screening & early detection programs. 252-752-5000. OCT 6 RIDE FOR PINK RIDE & BENEFIT CONCERT Smoky Mountain Steel Horses, 82 Locust Dr., Waynesville, NC. Reg 10:30-12pm, ride 12:30. 2-5pm food, drinks, live music. Benefits mammograms screening in Haywood Co. 828-316-9697. OCT 7 4TH ANNUAL SONSHINE RIDE-DIAPER RUN Catawba Heights Baptist Church, 311 Belmont Rd., Mount Holly, NC. Reg 1:30pm, bring diapers, infant clothing, gift for new mother or $10 for reg. Music, food, door prizes. Benefits New LIfe Pregnancy services of Gaston and Lincoln Co. 803-631-1417. OCT 7 ANGIE’S AMAZING RACE Britt Motorsports, 6431 Market St, Wilmington, NC. $20/person. Scavenger hunt, live auction, silent auction, raffles, 50/50. Benefits The Pink Ribbon Project, in memory of Angie Holiday. www. Denise denise@ 910-791-8321. OCT 12 BIKE NIGHT Rocky Mount Harley-Davidson, 928 N. Winstead Ave, Rocky Mount, NC. www.rockymounthd. com 252-446-7292. OCT 13 BRADLEY S. BEARD RIDE Ray Price Harley-Davidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. 919-832-2261.

OCT 13 2ND ANNUAL FRIENDS FOR ANIMALS CRUISE-IN/SHOW Judges Riverside, 128 Greenlee Ford Rd, Morganton, NC. 12-5pm. $5 show entry. Trophies, live bands. $15 day of event. Benefits Burke County Humane Society. Chelcey 828-201-4500. OCT 13 BRITT’S ANNUAL BIKE SHOW & AUCTION Lincolnton Church of God, Family Life Center, 1435 Riverview Rd. (Hwy 150 Bypass West), Lincolnton, NC. 11am-3pm, free food, door prizes, auction, live band, trophies, t-shirts, vendors. $15 Entry Fee. All bikes must ride in. Judging 1pm. Hosted/Sponsored by Driven By Grace Biker Ministry, Rain date 10/20. Houser 704-7320012. OCT 13 COPS FOR KIDS 220 Merrimon Ave., Weaverville, NC. Reg 9am. $10 or $10 toy. Door prizes, food, Ride 12pm. Rain or Shine! Sgt. Andy Mace 828-6455700. OCT 13 TITTIES AND BEER Crows Nest, 4351 Chickenfoot rd, Saint Pauls, NC. Reg 11am, ride 12:30. $20/bike, $25/couple. Prizes, 50/50, door prizes. Proceeds go to The Gateway for Cancer Research. Nobody afmccentralnc@ 910-797-8861. OCT 13-14 BIKETOBERFEST Thunder Tower Harley-Davidson, 190 Pontiac Business Ctr. Dr., Columbia, SC. Live music, motorcycle stunts, bike vendors, games, food. www.thundertowerharley. com 803-461-1121. OCT 13-14 AHDRA JIM MCCLURE NITRO NATIONALS Rockingham Dragway, 2153 US Hwy 1 N., Rockingham, NC. Sat 10am, Sun 12:30. $50/ wknd, $30/single day, camping, band, vendors. info@ahdra. com 336-924-2095. OCT 19-20 HARLEY-DAVIDSON DEMO RIDES Ray Price HarleyDavidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. 919-832-2261. OCT 20 RIDIN’ HAWG WILD RCRRichard Childress Racing Museum, 180

Cruisin’ Calendar Industrial Dr, Welcome, NC. Reg 9am11am, $25/bike or car. ride 11am Cars judged 1pm. Poker run, car show, live music, 50/50 raffles, games, children’s activities, great food. Benefits Autism Speaks. Mandy Jones 336479-0987. OCT 20 4TH ANNUAL BLUE KNIGHTS NC 1 BREAST CANCER RIDE Harley-Davidson of New Bern, 1613 Hwy 70 East, New Bern, NC. Ride 11am, $15/pre-register $20/day of, $5/ pass. Food, door prizes, live music. Paul Brown 252-349-3715. OCT 20 MADISON COUNTY TOY RIDE Tractor supply Weaverville, 14 Monticello Rd, Weaverville, NC. Reg 9:30am, ride 11:30am, Food, door prizes. Wanda 828-2069200. OCT 20 2ND ANNUAL CHICKIN’ PIKIN’ BIKE SHOW Wheels Of The Promise Biker Church, 5912 Hwy 58 S., Maysville, NC. Ride in Bike show $10 entry inc chicken dinner. Kids events, live music, rooster crowing competition, 50/50, door prizes, food avail. Benefits the WOTP worship center rennovations, and ministry mission. Pastor Jason “ Boogie” Pearce 910381-6964. OCT 26-27 HALLOWEEN PARTY Rider’s Roost, 100 Elk Creek Darby Rd., Ferguson, NC. 336-973-8405. OCT 27 FANTASTIC SAM’S 4TH ANNUAL SAVE THE TA TA’S POKER RUN Fantastic Sam’s, 3503 N. Main St, Hope Mills, NC. Reg 11am, first out 12pm. food, raffle, 50/50. Angelic Justice 910-424-4641. NOV 2-4 OPEN HOUSE M & M Leather, 4400 Bragg Blvd, Fayetteville, NC. Demo Rides. 910-487-6151. NOV 10-11 38TH ANNUAL CBA SWAP MEET & BIKE SHOW Metrolina Expo Fairgrounds, 7100 Statesville Rd.,

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The ladies of Leather & Lace MC provided fellow women riders with their club information and sold merchandise to support breast cancer research. The USO-NC, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the Cure Search for Children’s Cancer and Nobles Insurance Agency all set up displays and had fun give-a-ways for everyone. Groovy Dogs provided hot dogs and ice cream, while Hula Dogs provided delicious shaved ice. Spaceship Days played on the stage outside, keeping the crowds entertained with a mix of rock and pop music. The Ladies Only Bike Show was set up, with over a dozen bikes entered. Just before noon, the cook-off judges were announced.

By: Angelica Roman Saturday, July 14th was the perfect day for the annual Ray Price Wild Buffalo Wing Cook-Off. The cooking teams lined up along the street, preparing their grills and sauces. Twelve teams were competing to win over the judges, and the taste buds of the crowd. Rex Blood Services held a blood drive from 9am-1pm, with 47 units donated! Custom Dynamics set up a display of their LED lights and accessories, and promoted the Parade of Lights, an all-new ride for the 2012 Capital City Bikefest, which they are sponsoring. Mutiny Cycle Works was on site displaying some of their custom chopper projects and parts.

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Terry Nobles, of Nobles Insurance, Ben Lipetz and a Hooters waitress, of Hooters Raleigh Airport, and Debbie Moose, a former food editor of the News and Observer and a current cookbook author, all took their seats and began eating. For a $5 donation to the Duke Children’s Miracle Network and the All-Star Ride for Life (which benefits the Children’s Miracle Network), attendees were able to enjoy all the wings they could eat from the twelve teams. Ray Price and Kris Weiss, the Director of Marketing, gathered the crowd to announce the winners of the bike show and cook-off. Teresa Stone won first place and a $100 gift card, Deborah Capps won second place and a $50 gift card, and Debbie Davis won third place and a $25 gift card. Spaceship Days provided the drumroll as the winners of the cook-off were announced. Third place and $100 went to The Price is Right, a team new to the Ray Price cook-off events. Second place, and the $250 prize went to the Freedom Biker Church team. First place and the $500 prize went to Grillin’ & Chillin’. The People’s Choice Award, and all the bragging rights, went to The Bomb Squad. This year was a record-setting year. The wings were gone in about an hour, and $3,380 was raised for the charity! Be sure to keep an eye out for our BBQ Cook-Off & Veterans Day Open House on Saturday, November 10th. For more information on events and activities at Ray Price Harley-Davidson and Ray Price Triumph, visit www.rayprice. com or contact the Marketing Department at 919-832-2261.


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Steve (10th bike week in a row) Rowland This year was a little weird. First we have bike week, then we have extended bike week, via MBHD, that runs into the Atlantic beach bike week then they made different dates. It was crazy. I started out riding around the local hotspots here in the north end. Even before the official date of Bike Week, I saw quite a few bikes riding around. I headed up to Barefoot Landing. They just started getting the tents and stuff up. We headed to my new favorite BBQ joint, The Screamin’ Pig. They had a few bikes out front. They said they just got in town, saw “The Pig” in The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine and had to try it out. Saturday we all rode out to Barefoot Landing. There was a moderate crowd there, for the first day. We rode up to Beach House Harley-Davidson, in Shallotte. As we were coming up to the dealership on 17, you couldn’t miss it! Rick (the owner) had it looking like a biker carnival out front. They had a live band today, the Snack Crackers and they had the place rocking. The bikers were showing up early this year. Joanie and I went back to BHHD Sunday, and rode the demo fleet of bikes, we rode all day, and we had a blast. The rest of the week I rode everyday, but I stayed mostly on the north end of things. There was a lot of talk about the crowds down south. I decided to hang up here in North Myrtle Beach and patronize my advertisers. We rode to Barefoot Landing about 5 times. They had about 40 or so venders. Some old, some new, but there was some cool stuff to buy. The promoter said that most of the venders did better then last year. Swing Bridge saloon was filled with bikes everyday, many of them were dodging rain all week, On the day of the free pig pickin, the rain was on and off, I didn’t get a chance to attend, but I was told that there were still 350 hungry bikers that showed up. I came down Friday and got lots of pictures. That place was partying like there was no tomorrow. We rode to Dirty Dicks a couple times to get some pictures, The Screamin’ Pig had bikers everyday, The Super 8 motel had a DJ party. Over at the Peppertree Hotel, they were full of motorcycles. North Myrtle Beach Harley-Davidson had a parking lot full of bikes everyday. This year I saw more bikes then I can remember. There seamed to be more trikes riding a round and more women bikers, too. During Atlantic Beach bike fest, I saw more nice custom Harleys. There was this one group from Detroit, that had some of the best looking custom bikes. And clean, man that chrome was shining. Check-em all out at I feel this year was better then last, and it is only going to get better. This Fall Rally is also going to have the SC State HOG Rally in NMB. Come join the fun the first weekend in October.



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Saying Happy Birthday To An Old Friend By: Marc O’Grady Chuck Persinger may be gone, but is far from forgotten. On Saturday, 23 June we said Happy Birthday to an old friend. This would have been Chuck’s 50th birthday. 24 bikes, 4 cars, and a bunch of Border Collies showed up to celebrate his life. Chuck was a son, dad, husband, brother, and dear friend. Riding was a big part of who he was. He didn’t care what the weather was he was on 2 wheels. Chuck was a Christian and had strong convictions. His children, Lindsey, Rachel, and Brandon were there as well as his wife, Debbie, his father, Gene, with wife Sara, his brother Darin and his faithful dog (Border Collie Rescue) Jack. Seven Sabres MC members were on hand to lead us through some beautiful country on the ride. We started out at Ray Price H-D were Chuck was a very active member of the HOG Chapter, then went to see John and Jeff over at D&Q Cycles in Angier. Chuck used to get his bike fixed there and they are some great guys. Next we went to say Happy Birthday at Buie’s Creek Cemetery where Chuck was laid to rest. As soon as we got there Jack went up and sniffed where Chuck’s stone was. Words were said and tears were shed, but the memories will last forever.

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By: Monica Vetula Cash, President, Rolling Thunder®, NC 7 These are the words spoken by Bob Bergdahl, father of captured American POW Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl at Rolling Thunder® XXV. The Taliban supporting Afghanistan Haqqani network has held Sgt. Bergdahl captive since June 30, 2009. Bowe Bergdahl of Hailey, Idaho is America’s only known living Prisoner Of War in Afghanistan! At first his parents, Bob and Jani, chose not to speak out publicly for fear harm would come to their son – but now, frustrated by the fact that their son is not home, they have given a number of interviews in hopes that the government will reopen negotiations for their son’s release. The Bergdahl Family does believe that the government is actively working with the government of Afghanistan, but the current political situation there is perilous as there are many factions opposed to each other, including different factions of the Taliban. This May, Bob and Jani Bergdahl accepted the invitation of Rolling Thunder® National, Inc to be the Grand Marshalls in the Rolling Thunder® XXV Demonstration Ride held on May 27, 2012 to help raise awareness to their son’s plight. Rolling Thunder NC 7 was honored to be their escorts for the weekend. They arrived in DC and on Friday, May 25th were taken to the White House for a tour with RT National Officers. Later that evening they attended the Candlelight Ceremony at the Vietnam Wall. Saturday morning many chapters of Rolling Thunder® went to visit the TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors) with their motorcycles and small gifts, letting the children sit on the bikes, rev the engines, and take photos, and forget for a few minutes that they are there because one of their parents has made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. There are so many wonderful ceremonies and activities going on in DC the entire weekend and motorcycles everywhere! Jani, Bob, and Bowe are avid bikers - more of the all terrain style, but all accomplished riders. Bob and Jani joined us on a V-Rod for the day and they were able to experience Memorial Weekend like any other biker family, from Washington Harley-Davidson to American Legion Riders Post 177 in Fairfax and just some fun riding. It is hard to decide what you are going to do on Saturday, as there are many ceremonies and events and Thunder Alley across Constitution from the Vietnam Memorial to visit with just about any pin, patch, hat, or tee shirt you might be looking for. That evening after all the chapters of Rolling Thunder® had attended all the mandatory security, parking, and sales meetings necessary to make the Sunday Demonstration Ride a success, we were audience to a speech by Bob Bergdahl about what is has meant to his family to have the backing of Rolling Thunder® and how they appreciate all that has been and is being done to help secure their son’s release. He pointed to the lone figure on the National POW flag and said, “That is my son! That is Bowe!”

Sunday morning, RT chapters are up and out the door, most by 4:30am, in the parking lot by 5 to begin their duties. NC 7 once again had parking detail in the Pentagon North parking lot. Bikes were already lined up in the road waiting to come in. The North lot usually fills up by 9-9:30 am, and then the South lot opens, and when it is full, the next lot opens. This bunch of bikes will not leave the Pentagon parking lot until after 3pm as over 100,000 bikes participate in the Demonstration Ride along with an estimated four to five hundred thousand bikes in the city. Jani and Bob Bergdahl rode in the POW Bucket Car owned and operated by RTNC 7’s Wayne Daniels of Franklinton, NC. Sunday morning Bob and Jani stood by the POW car in the lineup in the Pentagon parking lot while hundreds of people stopped by to speak to them and let them know they support and pray for Bowe’s safe return. Bowe could not have more supportive and committed parents. They graciously took time to speak to each and every person who approached them. The Demonstration Ride was a success, as it has been for twenty-five years now. Thousands of people lined the streets in support, waving flags, saluting, and cheering us on. It ended at the Rolling Thunder® stage next to the reflecting pool in front of the Lincoln Memorial, where the annual program began with ceremonies, speakers, and musical performances. Again, Bob Bergdahl took to the podium to speak of his son, POW Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl and how he would love to be at an event such as Rolling Thunder® riding his motorcycle. He promised his son that he will not give up and that Bowe will not be forgotten! In one of the videos released by the Taliban of Bowe he states: “Every day I want to go home. The pain in my heart to see my family again doesn’t get any smaller.” Would you get involved if he were your family? America needs to join the Bergdahl’s in the quest to have their son returned home! Call 202-224-3121 and leave a message for your congressmen or senators. Tell them you support reopening negotiations to repatriate POW Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl!


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Bikers For Bikers Foundation Goes To Texas

By: Jeanie Hood-Carter At the end of April BFBF got an application for assistance from a downed biker in Houston, TX. James had gone down in March and needed help. Even though he had a broken ankle, road rash, and basically a shattered/ crushed wrist, since he no medical insurance, James was sent home with a splint and told that when he got the money for surgery they would repair his wrist! We were shocked! So, he had lost the use of his hand and had no way to work or make the badly needed funds to get back on his feet or have the needed surgery. After a thorough investigation, the foundation found there was no alcohol involved and James was not at fault, but the doctors wouldn’t bill the vehicle’s insurance company because they had no idea when or if there would be a settlement. James hired an attorney but that takes time, too. With so many applicants, and limited funds, the foundation decided to go to Texas and do a benefit ASAP. Mickey and I began calling and emailing and scheduled a benefit for June 23 at Yankee’s Tavern and Grill, a well-known biker bar/grill that is a destination for many weekend riders with an outdoor stage, and covered area for a benefit not too far out of Houston. Tammy, the owner, agreed to having the benefit there and even though we didn’t have long to get things together or the time to get the word out there, the show was on. Mickey saved the money up for the trip, as that comes out of our pockets, and I desperately searched for a band and a Christian MC that would help. After going through about 6 bands, someone told me to contact Outlaw Lynn and the Who’s Drivin¿ Band (, known for helping with biker benefits when someone went down or was terminally ill. Immediately Outlaw Lynn, his beautiful wife, Lisa, and the Who’s Drivin¿ Band jumped on board to help. Even though they knew the weather was going to be extremely hot and that they had a gig 2-3 hours away that night, they offered to play for free to help the downed biker. Two days before the event, we met with James and with our BFBF Texas State Captain, whose wife is extremely ill. A friend of James paid the surgeon to operate, but James still had to pay for all the other bills and rehab on top of daily living expenses while he was unable to work. From there we went to a well-known independent shop to meet Hungry (Dave Love), who owns Hungry’s Hawg Pen in Magnolia. Hungry is known for having hard to find parts for old style bikes and is so reputable that other shops have his sign hanging in them! He

was a pleasure to meet in the flesh instead of on the Internet or phone and when he heard why we were in Texas, he donated half of the items for the raffle at the benefit. This was huge! He was amazing and he collects pigs, thus the name Hungry’s Hawg Pen. Those pigs are everywhere and the shop has a Texas Twang to it. The morning of June 23 was blistering hot. At 10am we were still setting up as bikers began pulling in. Ralph trailered his bike from Florida to Baytown then rode with friends and Jack Smith, Ride Captain for the NE Houston Chapter of the CMA. Then CMA members from Bryan, Huntsville, and Conroe pulled in. This was great since they were having their national rally the same week. Next a group called the Iron Wolves MC, Alternatives MC, and the Tradesman MC pulled in. Throughout the day small groups from other clubs pulled in as well as Hungry and Bill Allen from Big Hairy Bikers with about 300 attending throughout the day and coming as far as San Antonio, about 3.5 hours riding hard. With the short notice, we didn’t do food and didn’t want to interfere with Yankee’s business. We relied on the raffle, donations, a 50/50, and took a percentage of everything sold for BFBF and donated it. We used our gas money to make the change, and a local member, TX BABY Girl-Anita, who graciously volunteered when we had to leave the table. It was 103 degrees and I drank 8 big glasses of iced tea. Outlaw Lynn almost passed out, Lisa’s face was beet red as she was working hard, and a number of us were putting towels and washcloths in ice then on our heads and necks to keep from having heat strokes. It was HOT, but we kept it going and even danced. The band rocked with the mix of music known as their “Red Dirt Texas Style”. Texas bikers and cowboys love this style of music and they put on a great show while pushing for donations. At the end, we took out our gas change, donated a percentage off the tees and dumped all the donations, and monies made from the benefit into a large Cheetos jar and passed it to James. He was so overwhelmed and announced that when he went down his family had not even offered to help him. We told him, “We are your family.” He was more appreciative for the little help than one can imagine. As the benefit was winding down, and the band time was up, John Kocian, a DJ from Houston geared up and played for a while. Tammy came out and donated her entire day’s tips,

which was over $100, to James, the President from the Tradesman MC had given him another $100, and the 2 cowboys who joined us for the music donated another $100. We have no idea how much was donated to James, but everything helps and it was the first time anyone, other than the friend who paid the surgeon, had helped him. Thank you to all the clubs who showed support and treated BFBF so well, Yankee’s for allowing us to do the benefit there, and Tammy for donating her tips, Hungry’s Hawg Pen for being so generous and for showing up, Bill Allen-Big Hairy Bikers for making an appearance and supporting, DJ John Kocian, Polaris-Victory in Bryan, and especially to Outlaw Lynn and Who’s Drivin¿ Band and Lisa Rock for being so generous and rockin’ our socks off! And, to all those wonderful Texans who welcomed us with open arms, big smiles, and Texas style hospitality you feel from everyone, thank you for being supportive on short notice in such hot weather. I R I DE






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Story and photo by Alan Dockery This has been a summer for heading to the hills when ya can. So for the 4th of July Weekend I crossed the mountains into East Tennessee where the Peacemakers MC holds their Boozy Creek Field Meet and Dirt Drags. Saturday bikers ride in and set up camp in the wooded grounds along Boozy Creek. Several vendors were there with everything from t-shirts to a couple guys sharpening knives. This ain’t a big, fancy motorhome and golf cart party, but by night several hundred bikers were relaxin’ with friends Saturday afternoon was hot, almost too hot to drink beer. So Fox waited until the shade reached the game field for some people games. At Boozy Creek most things involve racing. The games also involve drinking lots of FREE BEER. The first thing Fox did was ice down a keg. Games included Girls Bouncing On Big Balls, Sledgehammer Spin Race And Ski Race. They all began with chugging a cold beer, a pit stop that required chugging a beer and another beer at the turn around. Then several guys put their bikes on the burn out trailer and smoked the creek. I didn’t get his name, but a guy from Lincoln County, NC, put a Shovelhead up there and smoked it ‘til the tire popped. Yeah, he won a new tire. Friday and Saturday night’s bands rock Boozy Creek. During a band break it was time for a fireworks show that brought even more folks out from under the trees. Sunday the party moves to the field and more people ride in for the day. Soon the drag races and bike games kick up some dust. First it was a round of the race bikes taking to the track for a test and tune session. Then some sweet rides cruised onto the field for the bike show. Rory Isod, Lexington, NC, won the Twin Cam class. The field events are even done as races. The Panty Race had the passenger running down the track, grabbing panties,

Rory Isod, Lexington, NC, won the Big Twin Street Tire class putting them on, jumpin’ on the bike and then the rider poppin’ the clutch for a sod flingin’ dash to the finish line. The Wiener Bite Race had two teams of competitors at a time race to the wiener, slide to a stop, the passenger take a bite and then it was a race to the finish. And the Water Bucket on the Board just had folks getting wet. Billy and Donna from Hickory, NC, represented the Carolinas. All kinds of racers, from kids on dirt bikes to Harleys, get into the dirt drags. Most of the race bikes are old foreign machines that were bought and built cheap. The fans loved the show no matter how big the bike or the rider. Rory showed his bike didn’t just look good, but he could get it down the track too winning the Big Twin Street Tire class. The Peacemakers MC hosts a cool, old fashioned bike run at their beautiful, peaceful place in the Tennessee hills. Bring your race bike, field event partner, a good attitude, and y’all come join us.

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By: Dale (Caveman) Carroll, State Information Director CBA/Abate of NC, President, Gaston County Chapter CBA/Abate of NC Since 2008, The Gaston County Chapter of The Concerned Bikers Association in North Carolina has had some sort of Helmet Law Protest Ride. We started on New Year’s Day 2008 with 13 riders. 2011 saw 77 riders display the intention of celebrating the 4th of July with a rousing spectacle of individual freedom. After a short ride, this celebration was interrupted by The LEO’s, who kept us from exercising our freedoms for over 2 hours while they discussed The Gaston County’s legal systems lack of prosecution for non-DOT helmets. No tickets issued, we went our way, and they went the other. Fast forward to July 4th, 2012. The Thin Blue Line was not so thin in The Rose’s parking lot in Belmont North Carolina. Twenty (20) plus LEO’s from the Belmont PD, Gaston County PD, The Gaston County Sheriff’s office and The North Carolina State Patrol complete with a paddy wagon and a pop-up tent fresh ink pens and freshly oiled handcuffs at the ready! There were just under one hundred (100) motorcycles and approximately 160 riders and passengers that took time from their holiday to stand up for their personal liberty on a day, that 236 years ago another group of patriots told King George,” Not just no, but HELL NO!” Now. I’d like to tell you this story has a happy ending, but I can’t. Not yet! We stood our ground but so did the LEO’s. Twenty +/- brave souls, rolled out of that parking lot without helmets, but they only made it about 20 feet. The rest of the group, most wearing non-DOT helmets, were waved through. The LEO’s were being very selective in their enforcement of North Carolina law. August 27th is my court date. It seems the LEO’s had a plan by having so many different jurisdictions represented the court dates and locations are spread out through the county so as not to overload the court system. Hopefully we’ll have all 20+ appearing to plead “Not Guilty” and requesting a jury trial. We’ve been attempting to get this law changed in the legislative arena for almost 40 years. The legislation has been blocked by the very system that is supposed to represent us! It’s time to raise the anty. Hopefully, in the future we’ll see more so-called FREEDOM FIGHTERS with the nerve to make a stand for their rights. To see more pictures go to:


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Please Don’t Judge Me And I’ll Not Judge You! By: Gina Gossenreiter, Coordinator for the 2012 SC State H.O.G. Rally Anyone who knows me knows I have literally been riding all my life. Before I rode my own I rode on the back of my Mom’s or Dad’s bike, and before that I rode on their tanks. My Dad always said my first ride I was still in Mom’s tummy. I seriously don’t ever remember not riding. My Mom was just like any other Mom. She baked cookies, took us on family trips and helped with our homework. The only difference was she rode a motorcycle and my Dad owned a bike shop. Most of the kids at school were not allowed to come to my house and hangout because my mother rode a motorcycle. I never really understood the stigma until I was almost 38 years old. I was out on my “new to me” 1992 Peach and Cream Heritage. I named her “Faith” because I had faith in her to get me there and back and “faith” in myself to handle her when she got spunky. She was a beautiful scoot. I was so proud and my adrenalin was pumping. It was early March and the day was too cold for anyone except new bike owners, newbie riders, and 1%ers. I pulled into a gas station near a quaint little town in the area where I lived and pumped my gas (much cheaper back then). I was shaking from the cold and spilled some on my tank. Leather clad and helmet head, I went in to pay. I also asked for a paper towel to clean up my spill. The “kind lady behind the register” said, “We don’t have any.” I looked over and there was a shelf full of them! I then asked where the ladies room was, thinking I would use some TP to wipe the spillage. She said, “We don’t have one.” I told her thank you for the gas, and left. The closer I got to home the more I thought about my Mom, and the way she was treated because SHE RODE A MOTORCYCLE! By the time I arrived back home at the farm, I was livid! I was bound to do my part to repair society’s outlook on us “Bikers.” The following morning I took the kids to school and put my plan into action. I dressed in my most girlie skirt and matching shirt, cute little shoes, jewelry and matching pocketbook. I then set off to buy gas for my MINIVAN! I arrived at the gas station, pumped my gas and went in to pay. Guess who was behind the register? You got it there she stood, the same “kind lady behind the register”!!! I repeated my requests from the day before – asking for a paper towel and the ladies room. “Sure, here you go Honey, and the ladies room is right back there.” she said. To which I replied, “Wow, you must have run out to buy

some paper towels yesterday. And how did you get someone to build a bathroom over night?” The “kind lady behind the register” looked at me oddly and said, “No Honey, I just grabbed a pack from the shelf and the bathroom has always been right over there.” “Hummmmm…. you don’t recognize me do you?” Before she had a chance to answer I continued… “I was in yesterday on my motorcycle and asked for paper towels and the ladies room, and you told me you didn’t have either one.” As her mouth fell wide open, I told her I was the “Biker” that pulled in to spend my good, hard-earned money with her establishment, and she had treated me in a way I would never have expected. I also told her I would never spend another dime of my money in her store again as long as I lived. I left feeling I had in some small way vindicated my Mom and her choice to ride. I want to thank my Mom and the other women who rode before it was the “cool” thing to do. Thank you, Mom, for paving the road before me, and for taking all the crap from those who have no idea what it feels like to jump on a scoot and take off. Every time I am on my bike I am about 10 miles to a place I call “Away From It All.” No, I am not a 1%er. I might look like I am at times, and I absolutely feel like a biker when I am on mine. I do have good friends that are, and I love them dearly. Me, I’m a working, professional, Italian mom of seven grown kids, and a woman that loves to ride. Riding lets the wind wash away the dust from my mind and soul after a long week at the office negotiating contracts … just like a round of golf, or a game of tennis does for others. So please don’t judge me. After all, I don’t judge you for chasing a little white ball around a glorified cow pasture with a stick while trying to whack it into a man-made gopher hole. Smile and Wave : ) EDITOR’s NOTE: Gina Gossenreiter has been riding her own bike for 37 years. She was a Co-Coordinator for the SC State H.O.G. Rally from 1998 – 2001 and last year was the Marketing Officer. This year GiGi is the Coordinator for the 2012 SC State H.O.G. Rally. She can be reached with any questions at: 864.205.4986.
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By: Whistle Hill I was in line at the fairgrounds in Wilson, NC by 10 am Tuesday, July 10th. Toy hauler, golf cart, and two days to sit in a field with a whole bunch of fellow bikers from all over, and I mean ALL over, the east coast, from New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Minnesota, Kentucky, Tennessee, Florida, Georgia, Virginia, and yes, even West, by God, Virginia. We had a large time even when they threw a $10 per day fee on every one of us to sit in a field waiting for the gates to open. There was a lot of griping about the newly increased prices. On the other hand, what is a 3-day get together with friends you haven’t seen since last year? The answer is PRICELESS. I also got a bartending lesson and you gotta try it. Mix a 1 oz shot of Crown and a 1 oz shot of pickle juice. Talk about a drink with some zing. We need a name for that one! Thursday morning when the gates opened, all 500 - 600 campers battled for their favorite spot. I know for sure there is only one high spot that will not get wet, and me and my crew are on that ground quick. A few hours of setting up and were ready for EasyRiders Rodeo 2012. Thanks to Mother Nature we had plenty of rain, so it was no dust bowl this year. Although the guy who turned his Jon boat into a ride was definitely in business. All we had to do was hose the mud off of the truck that they charged me $25 to take in. Friday was wide open with Heist, Soulicit, and Cowboy providing the music. There were wet t-shirt contests, and people still rolling in from as far away as Arizona. Friday night was polished off with shrimp fresh from Morehead that morning. Thanks to Wesley Brazelton for the grub. The activity died down around 1 am. Saturday started early with the bike show, and sled pulls, keg roll, slow race, bar stool races, and other bike games carried on into the early evening. It was hot and humid and most of the attendees stayed in the shade and tried to stay cool, but the games went on anyway. That evening Soulicit, The Lacs, and Mustang Sally performed. Mustang Sally had to be one of the highlights of the weekend. The band was kicking and I think the whole campground was there to see, and of course there was the wet t-shirt

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Rock Bottom Saloon July 3rd-4th Party

By: dpapabear The Rock Bottom Saloon in Salisbury held a 2-day party over the 4th of July. They are the only Bike Fest Style Bar in the Salisbury area with over 18 acres for camping and partying. Currently they only have primitive style (no hookups) sites but they are working to upgrade part of the campsites to have RV hookups for future events. They do have a shower house and bonfire pit as well as outdoor stage area for the bands. They are also remodeling the bar as well. They are also holding a raffle for 2 different bikes, a ’79 Shovelhead and a ’97 Heritage Softail. Only 500 tickets will be sold on each bike and the drawing will be October 6th. The 2-day party started on the 3rd and extended thru the night of the 4th. The weather was hot as heck so most of the partygoers stayed in the cool during the day and started showing up later in the evening. The crowd was not quite as I expected, but with the hot weather and people on vacation, still a good turnout and everyone sure seemed to be enjoying themselves. The band “21st Century Goliath” provided the music both days for the event although the Wednesday daytime band schedule was altered because of the extreme heat. Check the web site for pics from the event as well as photo shoot pics of a couple great looking ladies posing on the raffle bikes. So anytime you are out and about in the Salisbury, NC area stop by and see James and the Gang for a cool one and pickup a copy of The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine. Also, keep checking for future events and old school biker parting in the campground!! They have a couple benefit rides coming up soon as well and we need your support in these also. Let them know you saw them in The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine as well and appreciate them advertising in the magazine. Don’t be a couch potato, get out and ride! My ‘97 Ultra has over 175,000 miles on it and going strong, so no excuse! Take care and ride safe.



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Honda Of Winston-Salem Ladies Night Luau By: Caroline I attended Honda of Winston-Salem’s Ladies Night Luau on June 21, and had a blast. This has become a regular even at Honda of Winston-Salem, where they open the store for their female clientele. Honda is very savvy when it comes to providing services for the ladies. No matter what you ride, Honda of Winston-Salem has something for everyone; whether it is their popular Cam-Am series, touring, sport bikes, ATVs or personal watercraft and all the accessories to go with them. They also have a great service department that can handle anything on just about all bikes In keeping with the luau theme, the first thing one notices is the tropical décor, then, the roasted pig! Also, instead of a slushy type machine, how about a pina colada machine churning out frosty adult beverages. Wouldn’t you like one of those by your pool or patio on these hot days! Bob Penn from Forsyth Tech Basic Riders Education Instruction was on hand to talk about a very important subject - riding at night. With the warmer weather and longer days, more of us tend to be on the road well into the evening or making longer trips on our bikes where seeing and being seen is very important. Of course, there were door prizes given away for spa treatments, Mary Kay cosmetics, and all sorts of riding accessories. Honda of Winston-Salem will have more Ladies parties, but you don’t have to wait for the next one to ride out to see all

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“So, don’t cry for me I’m no longer alone sitting on this beautiful mountain, I’m sitting here with my Father. So go enjoy the day until we meet again. Just remember, “I love you all”. Lucas ( The driving rain nor howling winds could not keep away fellow bikers who came to show support for the Lucas Cole Nixon Foundation Rally at Rockingham Dragway on June 1 and 2. The purpose was to celebrate the life of a young man who committed suicide as a result of a school system that allows bullying to come not only from the students, but also from the teachers. The first band on Friday, Walla, took the stage on time and brought out old favorite rock with a splash of their original tunes which reminded me of the Avett Brothers. The lead singer for the band, Matt, was a friend of Lucas till the end. “When my mother came in the door and said Lucas had killed himself, mortality became real” Matt shared with the bikers gathered in the misting rain. The community gathered didn’t seem to mind the off and on again rain as the bands played on and we shared truth with one another. Everyone seemed to have a moment in time where they were bullied or were in fact the bully themselves. The rain came harder and the camaraderie became stronger. Raven, the event organizer, was so overwhelmed by the emotions of the event that she had a friend of hers read the speech she had prepared for the opening of the rally. Raven’s son was a victim of bullying in the same school system as Lucas. She challenged the people of Richmond County to get off their asses and make some REAL changes to the system by starting at the center of the problem – the superintendent of schools. If the leader of the broken school system doesn’t see that it needs to be fixed, then she asked him to step down and allow a leader to come forth who will take off their blinders and see the needs of the students that are suffering under oppression. Every point was cheered by all those standing in witness of the truth of the power and powerlessness of bullying. The Monika James Band took the stage and rocked the ROCK as the rain and wind began to bear down on us. Standing, soaked, with the wind blowing our hair straight, we stood together until it was too dangerous for the band to play on. The Artimus Pyle Band never took the stage as the rain set in and basically flooded out the rest of Friday night. Although we wanted to keep the spirit we had found there going, Mother Nature said good night and we had to wish for better weather on Saturday. Saturday opened up with beautiful weather and the thunder came rolling to the Rock about midday. Mother Nature gave us an open door to party on and celebrate life. And we did. Music flooded the rally grounds while bikers danced, drank, and engaged each other in conversations about life, God, and the future of our youth. The Artimus Pyle Band had left Saturday morning to prepare for another gig, but Artimus stayed. In his words to his fellow bikers Artimus related some stories from his life of rock-n-roll and his service for our country as well as his own personal

battle with bullies over his lifespan. Then it happened… Those of us who had braved the elements over the last 36 hours were treated to the jam session of a lifetime! Artimus played drums with a “pick-up” band that seemed to change members after each song. The sounds were damn good because they were not formulated but came from the hearts and souls of all who took the stage. Everyone was valuable and each had his or her talent that they brought to the music. No one was better than the next or less, either. It was a show of community. A community, who wanted to come together and shut down an epidemic of bullying that has overcome our country, had been created and was alive. The rally closed with the crazy ass stage presence of Geneva and her band rocking the Rock till 2AM. All of us crowded the stage and danced in triumph. We withstood the unpredictable weather together and at that moment in time we danced together as comrades before going into battle – the battle for the future of our youth. Great time of freedom and the pursuit of it! Kudos, Raven and the gang. You stood and drew your line in the sand. Thank 1335 National Hwy. Thomasville, NC you for showing the people of Richmond In Stock! County the truth. Rock on! • Taking Bikes On Consignment • Used Inventory And Lucas – we did enjoy our day with you, darlin. Too bad your peace 336-885-5796 could not be here 336-885-5677 on Earth. Until next year, friends. Mon-Fri 9-6pm • Sat 9-4 • Closed Sun Keeping it real, Candace, RIT


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Story and photo by Alan Dockery The last weekend of June seems to always have several major events scheduled. A couple of them are tempting, but for me The Horse Back Street Choppers Smoke Out 13 was my destination. The Smoke Out has built a reputation as one of the best biker parties on the East Coast And it’s held at North Carolina’s Rockingham Dragway, an excellent place for a bike rally. There are lots of reasons why so many bikers love the Smoke Out from cool people, the coolest bikes, lots of vendors, and great bands to thundering down the drag strip just for fun. The party starts Friday afternoon with plenty to see and do for the folks who have camp already set up. Rockingham has lots of camping area and they put the trailers and motorhomes (think generators) on one side of the dragstrip and tent campers on the other. Both campgrounds rock all weekend. Friday afternoon is a good time to slowly cruise the vendors before the crowd gets big and the Smoke Out in high gear. Even the music on stage was mellow, solo, acoustic guys. By mid-afternoon the tempo and volume increase with chainsaw art carving then the All American Stunter’s Stunt Show. That dude did stunts on a Sportster, too, not a little crotch rocket. After the stunt show, the party got real loud as it moved to the drag strip. First, four All Harley Drag Racing Association Pro Dragsters rattled the stands. These are nitromethane-fueled machines that run the quarter mile in seven seconds at more than 170 miles per hour. A couple Carolina Boys were riding them, too. World famous builder and tuner Johnny Vickers and Jay Beasley on the Bobby Hoover machine ran a match race. Then the dragstrip was open to anyone and we saw everything from street race bikes to ratty old Japanese choppers make passes. About every 30 minutes Edge, Smoke Out Coordinator, escorted a new lady to the starting line. Yeah, the Smoke Out is old school and they had pretty ladies flagging the bikes off the line. They let a few ladies start the bikes since it was hot and they didn’t want the body paint to melt or the chest to sunburn. Later afternoon Hammer, Englishman, and Edge brought the crowd to the stage for the official welcome to the Smoke Out Lucky 13 and gave away some t-shirts, too. One band I look forward to, Rebel Son, took the stage and got a crowd down front for the Wet T-shirt Contest with Roadside Marty. I commend Marty on running a great Wet T-shirt Contest. Then Rebel Son played for a couple more hours as we sang along to their rowdy honky tonk tunes. Sometime that afternoon we

had a brief rain shower that cooled things off nicely. Friday night the party moves to the campground for a few more hours after the main gate closes. The band Control Freak cranked out current rock tunes while folks smoked it out in the burn out pit. Saturday the Smoke Out crowd really swells. You better get a schedule because there is so much going on it’s easy to miss something. Early in the afternoon there was a Painted Ladies contest. The Horse staff provided the paints and brushes, and we judged folks’ “artwork.” The main stage was often a busy place and the staff was often giving away some cool prizes, too. With all the action on the drag strip, in the vendor area, and on stage, you really should make time to slowly walk the bike show area. The Smoke Out has my favorite bike show of the year. These ain’t your usual store-bought customs or bikes with some paint and bolt-on chrome doodads. Bikes in the Smoke Out show are unique rides that always have me wondering, “How did they do that? and “What’s that made out of?” You have to make a few passes down the show line to catch it all. And the parking area has lots of cool rides too that will give you ideas for your next real custom. Near the bike show was a gas tank making demo. The Artimus Pyle Band, a Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute band, took the stage mid-afternoon to start us dancing and singing along to songs we all knew. A rain shower cancelled the Saturday afternoon drag racing and sent folks back to the camp to cool off for a while. Soon as the rain stopped, it was time for the XS Speed Mini-Bike Races. This is always a popular Smoke Out event with lots of folks entering cool little mini-bikes and dressing up in Super Hero costumes, too. I even represented The Carolinas’ Full Throttle and entered the mini-bike race as a WalMartian. Beaner won the main feature race after several heat races. Saturday is packed with things to do and see at the Smoke Out with more stunt shows, vendor demos, and the Horse Staff on stage. Bike show winners and Stampede and Long Road riders were honored during the afternoon. As the sun went down we were treated to Sami Te Fire Show and another great wet t-shirt contest. Highway to Hell, an AC/DC tribute band, closed out the Smoke Out rocking the stage for a couple hours. After the official events the party moved to the campgrounds with the band Control Freak on the campground stage. Some ladies took turns in a pole dancing contest while the rest of us cheered them on and did burnouts. It is the Smoke Out and lots of folks hit the burn out pit to smoke us out. Sometime in the early morning hours I was tired and headed back to the camp. Smoke Out Lucky 13 finally wore out this old guy. “The Smoke Out is about choppers,” said Edge the event organizer. “It is about builders, from professional builders to those bloodyknuckled guys and ladies burning the midnight oil in an unheated shed to build a chopper they can call their own. Chops of all makes are featured, American, British, Japanese, everything. The event is about riders, cross-town to cross-country in a rainstorm.” I love the Smoke Out partly because of the attitude Edge mentioned. It’s so cool to attend an event with all kinds of people and bikes. There were folks from Florida to Maine to the West Coast. Old guys were partying with young folks. Bikes of all kinds and all states of build from old stockers to true home-built customs were there. I met young guys who reminded me of how I, and many of y’all, got into motorcycling. They were riding whatever they could afford and customizing with whatever they could find. If you are tired of the same old bike rallies, go Old School and be Cool at the Smoke Out next year. To see more photos of Smoke Out Lucky 13 go to


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Two bikers decided that they weren’t going anywhere in life and thought they should go to college to get ahead. The first went in to see the counselor, who told him to take math, history, and logic. “What’s logic?” the first biker asked. The professor answered, “Let me give you an example. Do you own a weed eater?” “I sure do.” “Then I can assume, using logic, that you have a yard,” replied the professor. “That’s real good!” said the biker. The professor continued, “Logic will also tell me that since you have a yard, you also own a house.” Impressed, the biker said, “Amazing!” “And since you own a house, logic dictates that you have a wife.” “That’s Betty Mae! This is incredible!” The biker was catching on. “Finally, since you have a wife, logically I can assume that you are heterosexual,” said the professor. “You’re absolutely right! Why that’s the most fascinatin’ thing I ever heard! I cain’t wait to take that logic class!” The biker, proud of the new world opening up to him, walked back into the hallway where his friend was still waiting. “So what classes are ya takin’?” asked the friend. “Math, history, and logic!” replied the first biker. “What in tarnation is logic?” asked his friend. “Let me give you an example. Do ya own a weed eater?” asked the first biker. “No,” his friend replied. “You’re queer, ain’t ya?”

told him to watch his language. On his next swing, he missed again. “Shit, I missed.” “Father, I’m not going to play with you if you keep swearing,” the nun said tartly. The priest promised to do better and the round continued. On the 4th tee, he misses again. The usual comment followed. Sister is really mad now and says, “Father John, God is going to strike you dead if you keep swearing like that.” On the next tee, Father John swings and misses again. “Shit, I missed.” A terrible rumble is heard and a gigantic bolt of lightning comes out of the sky and strikes Sister Marie dead in her tracks. And from the sky comes a booming voice. “Shit, I missed.”

“Oh, give that to me! I’d love to be able to do that. It seems the sort of thing a man would do. Please give me that ability. It’d be so great. When I’m working in the garden or naming the animals, I could just stand there and let fly. It’d be sooo cool. I could write my name in the sand. Please, God, let it be me you give the gift to, let me stand to pee, oh please.” 

Eve just smiled and said that if Adam really wanted that so bad that he should have it. It seemed to be the sort of thing that would make Adam really happy, and she didn’t mind if Adam were the one to get this ability. Adam was happy, and proceeded to wash down the bark of the nearest tree, laughing with glee all the while. “Fine”, God said, looking back into his bag of leftovers. “What’s left here?” “Oh, yes. Multiple orgasms.”


S E OK It was the mailman’s last day on the job after 35 years of carrying the mail through all kinds of weather to the same neighborhood. When he arrived at the first house on his route he was greeted by the whole family there, who congratulated him and sent him on his way with a big gift envelope. At the second house they presented him with a box of fine cigars. The folks at the third house handed him a selection of terrific fishing lures. At the fourth house a strikingly beautiful woman in a revealing negligee met him at the door. She took him by the hand, gently led him through the door, and led him up the stairs to the bedroom where she blew his mind with the most passionate love he had ever experienced. When he had had enough they went downstairs, where she fixed him a giant breakfast, eggs, potatoes, ham, sausage, blueberry waffles, and fresh squeezed orange juice. When he was truly satisfied she poured him a cup of steaming coffee. As she was pouring, he noticed a dollar bill sticking out from under the cup’s bottom edge. “All this was just too wonderful for words,” he said, “but what’s the dollar for?” “Well,” she said, “last night, I told my husband that today would be your last day, and that we should do something special for you. I asked him what to give you.” He said, “F@ck him, give him a dollar.” The lady then said, “The breakfast was my idea.”

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Ray Price Vintage Bike Goes To National Motorcycle Museum Exhibit

By: Natalie Eroh National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, Iowa, is introducing a local legend this month. Ray Price’s Harley Davidson™ “funny bike” is the focus of Quarter Milestones, a yearlong exhibit showcasing the early years of motorcycle drag racing. The exhibition comes on the heels of the 2nd Annual Vintage Rally where Ray Price shared his expertise and contributed to panel discussions. “Motorcycle Drag Racing is a sport that was born and bred in America,” said Ray Price of Ray Price, Inc. “We are thrilled to be a part of this special exhibition that tells an entire story with racing memorabilia. Through the years, tuners and designers have brought their ideas to the starting line. This exhibit honors these champions and the many technological advancements of the sport.” With minimal sponsorship support in the 1960s and 1970s, a racer’s bike was often cannibalized for parts in order to build the next machine. The old bike, with missing parts, would then end up in a corner. Many of these bikes will be displayed telling stories of their own. The “funny bike” is a drag motorcycle that looks like a street bike, and it has a long history. Price first started street racing with a 1953 Harley Model K. In 1967, he began racing on the strip with a Sportster and worked his way up the classes. Dur-

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The First Ever Miss Down Home Harley-Davidson

By: Scott Wicker On SaturMON POOL TOURNAMENT 8pm day, June 23rd, CRACK THE SAFE DAY: Down Home Every Domestic You Purchase Harley-DavidTUES You Get A Crack At The Safe. son in BurlingIf You Open It You Get What Is ton held their Inside $?$? first ever Miss Down Home WED POOL LEAGUE 8pm Harley-DavidTHURS WORLD TAVERN POKER TOURNAMENT son Contest. The purpose FRI KARAOKE OR BAND of the contest & SAT was to choose a 9 BALL TOURNAMENT SUN well deserving NEW! @ 6pm young lady to represent Down Home H-D at events held Credit Cards Accepted at the dealership and other functions the Mon-Thurs. 919-732-1003 dealership may be a part of. Seven lovely 2-until 668 N. Churton St. Fri-Sun young ladies took part in three different 11-until Hillsborough, NC stages of the event so a panel of judges Beside Anna Marias could make their decisions on which their Facebook: Crazy Shots Hillsborough favorite contestant may be. The first stage appearance made by the ALL BIKERS WELCOME! contestants was the Daisy Dukes portion of the contest. Each girl came out in their favorite outfit sporting short, short jean shorts, cowboy boots and hats, and a very colorful and fashionable Harley-Davidson top. Each contestant came down the runway individually for the judges and everyMonday & Tuesday one in attendance to pick their favorite. The Happy Hour 3pm-Close contestants then presented themselves on Wednesday - Free Pool 6-8pm the runway as a group as well. After a very Thursday - Ladies Night hard and lengthy deliberation, the judges Every Other Friday chose Britteny Pierce as their favorite and Pool Tournament winner of the Daisy Dukes part of the event. th The ladies then participated in the bikini portion of the contest. All seven contestants made their way down the runway individually in pageant style for everyone and then as a group as well. The girls made two separate appearances in bikinis changing to $5 Cover Charge For Band Cold Heart different suits during a break in between. Playing 2pm-12 Mid Night Now the nail biting began. It was time for Mon-Tues Closed the judges to make their decisions on who Wed-Thurs 1035 Smurf Rd 3pm until was going to be the winner and the runners Danbury, NC 12pmFri-Sun -closing up of The First Ever Miss Down Home Harley-Davidson Contest. No doubt, the

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Milwaukee (June 29, 2012) – The Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.), the official riding club of the Harley-Davidson Motor Company, is proud to announce that Harley-Davidson motorcycle riders around the world collectively logged 7,799,140 miles during the 2012 Harley-Davidson World Ride on June 24-25. After its launch in 2008 as Million Mile Monday, the annual event was expanded into the two-day World Ride for 2012 to give more riders worldwide an opportunity to participate, resulting in the largest total of collective mileage in the event’s history by a wide margin, with this year’s total eclipsing the previous single-day mileage record by more than 85 percent. “The tremendous turnout by Harley-Davidson riders for the World Ride showcases the universal appeal of the Harley-Davidson riding experience and the global power of the brand,” said Nigel Villiers, Harley-Davidson Director of H.O.G. and Customer Experience International. “Harley-Davidson is all about providing globally epic motorcycling experiences for a worldwide community of riders and this year’s World Ride truly set a new standard.” Riders from more than 66 countries participated in the World Ride. These are the mileage totals by riders in the top five participating countries: United States: 5,994,276, Brazil: 418,145, Canada: 226,845, Mexico: 170,082, Spain: 157,287. Every mile ridden by participants in this year’s World Ride was logged by Harley-Davidson’s online mileage accumulator at, where a rolling odometer recorded the collective distance traveled by all participants in the World Ride in real time as entries were added. Each participant was able to download a commemorative certificate of participation with his or her mileage total for the day. For more information about the Harley Owners Group and the Harley-Davidson World Ride Powered by SYN3® Lubricants, visit Visit for more information about SYN3 lubricants. Editor’s Note: I removed all the Metric statistics since we do not distribute in any areas where the Metric system is the standard. Beside that, I thought it was just confusing.

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By: Elwin Yee Haw! These guys throw a great party right in the middle of some of the best riding, (I’d argue), in the U.S. of A. From any direction, it’s always up, over, around, and down into Hot Springs. So throttle back a bit and take it all in, curves, culture, and elevation. This is good stuff. We throttled up on I-40 Friday morning around 2am, planning to hit 251(River road/Old Marshall Hwy.), north out of Asheville, NC around sunrise. An empty I-40 got us there right on time, sunrise cruising the French Broad River. Aaaahhh, great start! Following the river, it’s 22 miles to Marshall then onto 25/70 for another 16 or so up and down into Hot Springs. The ride up Dixie Highway (25/70) from Newport, TN is much the same for 25 miles, (we’ll miss that old steel bridge). 209 runs south from town 37 miles to Lake Junaluska, (could there be some dragon here too?) another 10 and you’ll be in Maggie Valley. All 3 will be rides you’ll remember. Great spot on the map Hot Springs. “Howdy, welcome to the rally. Enjoy. If you need us, hollar.” Those were the words that came with the wristband. Once though the gate, (not quite 100 ft.), my new best bud tosses a can of refreshment my way. Things get a bit fuzzy from there. Yee Haw! Everyone is having a blast, so I must be, too. Yee Haw! Yup, I am. Revvin’, rockin’, ridin’, burnouts, games, and contests, plus the ride in only bike show, there was a lot going on for 2 days and nights. With 20+vendors, local store/ grill at the gate, and the resort/spa across the road, this rally is a blast. I can recall the Artimus Pyle Band had everybody rockin’ till early Saturday morning. There were 5 more bands I can’t recall right off, sorry, but it’s all a bit fuzzy. The custom bike parade never stopped. There were a bunch of great rides. A bro streaked thru early Saturday, the sight cured a lot of hangovers. I bet he has a rally story to tell. Enough said. Show up next year and see for yourself.

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Anton G. “Tony” Whitaker Back in January of 2011 Tony had a massive stroke and has been in the hospital from January to May. Then he was moved to a rehabilitation center in Cary, NC. He had no movement in his right leg or his right arm and his left foot had diabetes ulcers that would not heal so they took him to Western Wake for an MRI to see why it would not heal. Tony Whitaker passed away Saturday, June 16th, from his illness of diabetes, pneumonia, congestive heart failure, and his kidneys shut down. There was visitation on Tuesday, June 19th at Bryan-Lee Funeral Home in Garner, NC and his service was Wednesday, June 20th at 1pm. Tony was a 20+ year veteran of the Garner Volunteer Fire Department and 30+ year employee of Dr. B. C. Raynor as a serviceman and doing repairs. Tony enjoyed photography, particularly drag racing, classic cars and motorcycles. With his company “Photos For Life”, he was a regular photographer with the triangle beach festival each April. He also really liked honoring fallen soldiers, 911 victims, reporting to the local newspaper, and taking photos of nature scenes. His brother, James, said that Tony really loved sending us pictures for The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine and it really worked on him that he wasn`t going to be able to do it anymore. But James made Tony a promise that if he went to any motorcycle happenings that he would have the pictures sent to us in his memory. James also said, “He was a very wonderful brother and was very loved by everyone that knew him. My final words about my brother, Tony Whitaker: This I do in remembrance of him and may God above look upon him as a special angel. He is finally living peacefully and is not hurtin like he had been for the past two years. May God bless him.” Rest In Peace, Tony.


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The Ray Price Race Team spins in Norwalk, OH and wins in Bristol, TN. What a great way for The Ray Price Race Team to spend Father’s Day, in the winner’s circle at the NHRA Screamin’ Eagle Nitro Harley-Davidson Exhibition race held in Bristol, TN. The 1,000 horsepower Top Fuel Nitro Harley drag bike (Akea Express), piloted by Tommy Grimes, delivered a solid performance and a great show for the fans. The weekend started with ten Top Fuel Harleys competing for the eight qualifying spots, and after four rounds of qualifying, Grimes landed the number three spot, running a 6.332 ET at 219.12 mph. On Sunday in round one eliminations, the Akea Express was paired with Damian Cownden and took the win by just a hair, running a 6.364 ET at 220.33 mph vs a 6.393 at 218.41 mph. Moving into the semi-finals with lane choice, Grimes has another fantastic run. Despite dropping a hole near the top end, the bike powered through a 6.388 ET at 220.26 mph, moving the team into the finals. The finals bring a scenario we’ve all seen before, Grimes vs Horne! But the scenario ends differently this time. Grimes won on a hole shot. He was out of the gate first with his 0.025 light vs 0.064 light, giving him the win against Horne’s quicker run. Grimes runs 6.347 ET at 219.44 mph vs 6.320 ET at 227.92 mph. The Akea Express holds two for two at Bristol’s

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Full Throttle is a free monthly publication packed with the best biker news, stories, deals, services, and places to go in both the Carolina...

August 2012 - Issue #169  

Full Throttle is a free monthly publication packed with the best biker news, stories, deals, services, and places to go in both the Carolina...