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Letter From The Editor........................................... Cover Story - Charlotte CBA Swap Meet............... Bike Nights............................................................. October 2013 Cruisin’ Calendar............................. Quotable Quote..................................................... 2 Million Bikers To DC............................................ Boone Fall Bike Rally............................................. Lee Herncane Memorial Ride................................ I Love My “Lily” Boots............................................ 7th Annual 343 Ride 2013....................................... Triad Bad Lasses Ride In H-D 110th Parade.......... New Indians Arrive At Coastal Victory.................... The Ultimate Big Pot Fun Run............................... Myrtle Beach H-D 110th Birthday Party................... 2nd Annual Bulldog Hero Awards............................ Smokin’ Harley-Davidson Intros 2014’s................. 4th Annual Bikes, Booze, And Tattoos.................... The 13th Annual Ride For The Animals.................. 4th Annual Dean Ferris Memorial Ride................... Steele Angels Back To School Run........................ 4th Annual FASHRM Scholarship Motorcycle Fun Run.. Lt. Dan Concert...................................................... Stars And Bars Tavern “Heat Of Summer” Party.... 9th Annual Bull City Rumble.................................... Smokin’ Harley-Davidson Open House.................. 11th Annual Catawba County Shriners Poker Run.. Season Winding Down At Woodleaf Speedway..... 2013 Left Behind Sturgis Ride............................... Love For Kinsley..................................................... Ray Price Drag Racing Team Sets Track Record.. Spokes & Jokes..................................................... 2014 Model Release Party At Thunder Road H-D.. Patriots Come Out For 9-11 Memorial................... Nazareth Children’s Home..................................... ALR Post 179 911 Commemorative Run............... Gorby’s Machine Is Rolling.................................... NHRA Division Race At Bristol............................... Benefit Ride For Amy Huskey & Baby Khloe’s Family... Thunderzone.......................................................... NHRA Carolina Nationals At zMAX Dragway......... Thunder In The Smokies Fall Motorcycle Rally...... Marion Moose Riders 9th Annual Bike Show.......... Downtown Bluegrassin’......................................... Peace..................................................................... VIP.........................................................................

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Staff Mark Infield Editor / Owner Mark@FTCarolinas.com

Molly “ WildThing” Infield Operations Manager Molly@FTCarolinas.com

Lincoln Infield Layout / Design / Webmaster Lincoln@FTCarolinas.com

Renea Clutts Office Manager Renea@FTCarolinas.com

Sales Staff Grant, Lincoln, Alan, Wendy, Scott, Jeff D., Kathy & Ron, Jeff W., Crystal, Christian, Whistle, Mark H., Michael, Danny, Bruce, Judy, Rose, Lloyd, Joel, Elwin, Biker Bob, Jennifer, Tony, Mark C., Steve, Anthony, EZ, Lee, Kidd, Charles, Gary, Stan, Ricky, Caroline, Mark F.

Photos Chaos, Alan, Scott, Kathy, Grant, Biker Bob, Buzz, Rose & Lloyd, Danny Nifong, EZ Short, Wendy Rogers, Old Spook, Rick Gammons, Judy Bortz, Barry House, Jordana Harmon, Audwin Lindsey, Caroline, Trudi Ashby, Darby Dillard, Uwharrie Charlie, Diane Hollingsworth

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ell, I guess you could consider summer over. The calendar says it is and the leaves are beginning to turn in some places, but our schedule of events says it ain’t over until it’s over! In September, we went to DC for the 2 Million Bikers to DC and Thunder In The Smokies in Maggie Valley. Both of them were in one week! You can read about those events in this issue of The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine. The next weekend we attended Ray Price’s Capital City Bikefest in Raleigh. Due to the date of the event and our print schedule, the Capital City Bikefest article will appear in the November issue. In fact, we had so much event coverage sent in that we have had to move some of it ahead to next month. So if your event is not in this issue, do not panic. What a month! Now October is here. It is one of my favorite months to ride in the Carolinas. The air is crisp, the sun is bright, and the leaves are brighter. Our October schedule will include The SC H.O.G. Rally in North Myrtle Beach, The Hurricane Alley Fall Rally in Myrtle Beach, SC, Biketoberfest at Thunder Tower H-D in Columbia, SC, and the AMRA Drag Races at Rockingham, NC. That is just the first two weeks! The remainder of the month will be loaded with Halloween Parties and rides. Check out The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine Cruisin’ Calendar in this issue and online at FullThrottleMagazine.com to find out what is going on. Be sure to scan the QR code at the end of the October events listings to view all the events that came in after we went to print. If you would like to work with the #1 motorcycle magazine in the Carolinas, we would love to hear from you. All you need is a cell phone, computer, digital camera, and ambition. We supply all the rest. Call me at 336-885-5400 or e-mail Mark@FTCarolinas.com

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Writers Mark, WildThing, Alan, Linc, Scott, Kathy, Grant, DPapaBear, Buzz, Rose & Lloyd, EZ Short, Wendy Rogers, Sarah Hagar, Old Spook, Mark, Rick Gammons, Judy Bortz, Jordana Harmon, Audwin Lindsey, Caroline, Pussikat, Trudi Ashby, Darby Dillard, Uwharrie Charlie, Diane Hollingsworth, Robin St. John

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The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine 2013 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.


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BIKE NIGHTS TUESDAY AMERICAN LEGION POST 55 111 Miller St. Winston-Salem, NC. 336-724-0660 THE ZONE 2851 Maco Rd. Leland, NC 910-254-6948 UNCLE BUCKS 127 S. Main St. Salisbury, NC 704-633-3750 THURSDAY FAT MAC’S PORK SCHOP 1807 N. Main St. High Point, NC 3363-889-7447 FREEBORNE’S EATERY & LODGE 14300 NC Hwy 18 S. Laurel Springs, NC 336-359-8008 FREEBORNE’S SOUTH 3441 Myer Lee Dr. Winston-Salem, NC. 336-331-3869 LUCKY’S SALOON 1453 Industry Dr. Burlington, NC 336-570-1050 RICKY J’S SPORTS BAR 2627 Sam Wilson Rd. Charlotte, NC. 704-394-1888 THE SPEAKEASY 3983 Sycamore Dairy Rd. Fayetteville, NC. 910-339-2404 UPTOWN CHARLIE’S 5828 N. Church St. Greensboro, NC 336-644-9447 FRIDAY CHUNK’S HAWG HAVEN 536 Farragut St. Greensboro, NC SUNDAY HORSEFEATHERS ROADHOUSE 3746 Mt. Pleasant Rd. Sherrills Ford, NC. 704-966-0192 R LO’S PUB & GRUB 2pm 207 Fisher Ferry St. Thomasville, NC

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You can submit your event 24/7 on our website www.FullThrottleMagazine.com E-Mail: Lincoln@FTCarolinas.com, phone: 336-885-5400, fax 336-885-6794. We Reserve The Right To Edit All Submissions SEP 30 - OCT 6 HURRICANE ALLEY RALLY Myrtle Beach HarleyDavidson, 4710 S. Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC. Live music, prizes, food, vendors. www.myrtlebeachharley.com 843-369-5555. OCT 2 - OCT 5 VICTORY DEMO RIDES & DYNO Coastal Victory, 3956 Hwy 17 S., Murrells Inlet, SC. 843-6519799. OCT 2-6 FALL BEACH MOTORCYCLE RALLY Beach House HarleyDavidson, 4919 Ocean Hwy W, Shallotte, NC. Demos, vendors, DJ, food, MDA Lounge. www.beachhousehd.com 910-515-9997.

OCT 5 HARRISON MEMORIAL RIDE Harley-Davidson of Greensboro, 538 Farragut St., Greensboro, NC. Benefits the late husband of Katrina Harrison. www.hdofgreensboro.com 336-273-1101. OCT 5 1ST ANNUAL NCQMA CHARITY POKER RUN NCQMA Speedway, 1130 Speedway Blvd, Salisbury, NC. Reg 9-10am, $20 inc lunch, 50/50 and door prizes. Benefits NC Quarter Midget Assoc. Heather 704-913-5706 OCT 5 6TH ANNUAL SPECIAL OLYMPICS POKER RUN Rommel Harley-Davidson, 300 Muldee St, Durham, NC. Reg 8am ride 10, $20/hand $25/tandem, food, 50/50. www.rommelhd.com 919-596-9511. OCT 5 CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY Thunder Tower HarleyDavidson, 190 Pontiac Business Center Dr., Columbia, SC. 12-2pm, food. www. thundertowerharley.com 803-461-1121.

OCT 3 WELCOME PARTY & PIG PICKIN Swingbridge Saloon, 4355 Sea Mountain Hwy, Little River, SC. Food, music. 843-280-7886.

OCT 5 MOONSHINE JAMBOREE Thunderroad Harley-Davidson, 4960 Riverside Dr., Danville, VA. Reality show stars. Live music, Food & drink. www.thunderroadhd.com Scott scott@ thunderroadhd.com 434-822-2453.

OCT 3-5 S.C. STATE H.O.G. RALLY North Myrtle Beach, SC. Poker runs, tattoo contest, bike show, music. www. scstatehogrally.com 864-205-4986.

OCT 5 LEGEND’S GOLF TOURNAMENT Legend’s Pub, 4624 Bragg Blvd., Fayetteville, NC. Holly vettgirl64@aol.com 910-867-2364.

OCT 3-6 CHARITY AUCTION & ENTERTAINMENT Jamin’ Leather, 1222 Port Dr, Myrtle Beach, SC. Auction, Comedy Show, Magic Show. benefits the American Red Cross Disaster Relief. Jay Kay jaminleather@sc.rr.com 843-294-1222.

OCT 5 FOREVER TWO WHEELS BENEFIT RUN Asheville HarleyDavidson, 20 Patton Cove Rd., Swannanoa, NC. Reg 10am, last out 11:45, live music, 50/50, door prizes. Benefits American Cancer Society. Joe Wise 828606-4269.

OCT 4-6 CBA/ABATE OF NC STATE PARTY Tamarac Marina, 9120 Bringle Ferry Rd., Salisbury, NC. Gates open 12pm on Fri. $10person, tent & rv camping, people & bike games, music. Shaggy shaggy6901@triad.rr.com 336442-8885.

OCT 5 AMERICAN LEGION RIDERS VHVH BENEFIT RIDE American Legion Post 55, 111 Miller St, Winston-Salem, NC. Reg. 9:30am, KSU 11am. $15/single, $20/double. VHVH is a Transitional Housing Program for Homeless Veterans in Winston-Salem www.vhvh.org David Ayers dhayers@ yahoo.com 336-351-2911.


Cruisin’ Calendar OCT 5 THE PATRIOT FOUNDATION RIDE Team Powersports, 222 U.S. 70, Garner, NC. Reg 9am, KSU 11. $20/rider $5/pass, live music and food. Benefits the Patriot Foundation. 919772-7866. OCT 5 SCAVENGER HUNT/BUG BONANZA Tamarac Marina Campground at High Roch Lake, 9120 Bringle Ferry Rd., Salisbury, NC. $10/Scavenger Hunt, $10/Bug Target Bonanza. cash prizes. Benefits Uwharrie Chapter CBA to bring motorcycle safety, education and awareness to our community. www. uwharriecba.org Charles Holcombe uwharriecharlie@gmail.com 704-4630111. OCT 5 POKER RUN FOR TOYS FOR TOTS Carolina Comfort Air Inc., 5212 Hwy 70 Business, W. Clayon, NC. Ride 10am sharp, $15/sgl $20/dbl, Benefits Toys For Tots shindigpokerrun@gmail.com 919-701-4320, 919795-2393. OCT 5 12TH ANNUAL YANCEY COUNTY TOY RUN Mountain Heritage High School, 1 Town Square, Burnsville, NC. Reg 11am, Ride 1pm. Food, and entertainment. $10 donation or toy of equal Valve. Dennis Wilson ddw28714@yahoo.com 828-674-4754. OCT 5 SOUTHLAND CAR CLUB 2013 CAR SHOW Shelton’s HarleyDavidson, 1043 Industrial Park Dr., Smithfield, NC. 919-938-1592. OCT 5 GRAND OPENING Performance Cycles, 1752 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC. Vendors, music, food, giveaways. www.performancecyclesnc. com 910-228-5764. OCT 5 HIGH COUNTRY TOY RUN MOTORCYCLE & CAR SHOW Boone Mall, 1180 Blowing Rock Rd., Boone, NC. Reg 9-11am ride 11, $20 or toy of equal value, 50/50, silent auction. Benefits US Marine Corps Toys for Tots. Kris & Becky Fowler beckyandkris@ bellsouth.net 828-265-0950.

OCT 5 NEWTON MOTORCYCLE, TRUCK & CAR SHOW CLASSIC Southside Park, 1775 Southwest Blvd, Newton, NC. Motorcycle, Truck & Car Show. Awards, Horsepower shootout, bike games, Harleys vs Sport Bike Riders, vendors. Admission $2. Benefits the Bikers of Catawba Co affected by floods. www.newtonnc.gov Charles James cjames@newtonnc.gov 828-695-4317. OCT 5 CHILDREN’S MIRACLE NETWORK RIDE Food Lion, 3500 N Roxboro Rd, Durham, NC. Reg 10am11am, ride 11:30am. $20/$5, club of 10 or more $15/$5. Cookout, prizes. Benefits Duke’s Children’s Miracle Network. Ronald Johnson ronwjohnson@embarqmail.com 919-691-8449. OCT 5 RIDE FOR OUR VETERANS American Legion Post 112 at the VFW Post 3142, 3555 Dorchester Rd, N. Charleston, SC. Reg 10am, ride 11am. $20/rider inc T-shirt & food. Benefits American Legion to help our veterans. Steve Jackson steve.jackson@jhenrystuhr.com 843-819-3648. OCT 5 6TH ANNUAL SPECIAL OLYMPICS POKER RUN Rommel’s Harley-Davidson of Durham, 300 Muldee St., Durham, NC. Reg 8am, police-escorted ride 10am. $20/hand, $25/tandem. Food, cash prizes. Spons By Durham HOG and Durham Police. Benefits Special Olympics NC. Gail S. durhamnchog@gmail.com 919-5969511. OCT 5 TEAM TANNER BENEFIT the American Legion Post 194, 1121 American Legion Road, Lincolnton, GA. Reg 9am, ride 10:30am. $25/bike, inc ticket for the band/dance. Food, door prizes, silent auction, corn hole tournament, 50/50, bake sale, gun raffle, primitive camping avail. Benefits Tanner, 2 ½ years old boy diagnosed with a Tumor of kidney. Alan Austin tanneraustin@nu-z. net 706-339-1350. OCT 5 TWIN PEAKS CUSTOM CYCLE 2ND ANNUAL CANCER BENEFIT Rowan County Fairgrounds, 1560 Julian Rd, Salisbury, NC. 10am

9 vendors, bike show 11am, car show 1pm, live music 11am-11pm . Adm $10. Benefits the American Cancer Society. Margaret or Jesse Goldin goldinenterprise@gmail.com 704-212-8828. OCT 5 HARLEY’S HEROES 2013 Cape Fear Harley-Davidson, 3950 Sycamore Dairy Rd., Fayetteville, NC. DAV mobile svc office helps Veterans access benefits. 910-864-1200. OCT 5 BIRDIE’S RIDE Food Lion, Hwy 76/378 & 441, Sumter, SC. Reg 11 KSU 12 $10/rider $5/pass. Benefits Birdie’s Nesting Place, breast cancer home. 803-720-7227. OCT 5 7TH ANNUAL RIDE FOR THE CURE Eastern Radiologist Breast Imaging Center, 2101 W Arlington Blvd, Greenville, NC. Reg 8:30am, ride 10, $25/hand, Car Show 9-11am $15/preregister $20/day of, food, raffles, 50/50. Proceeds support breast screening/early detection programs and provide assistance to breast cancer patients during treatment. www.rideforthecurenc.com 252-752-5000. OCT 5 RIDER BOOT CAMP Ray Price Harley-Davidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. reg 10-10:30am. www. rayprice.com 919-832-2261. OCT 5 FOREVER TWO WHEELS POKER RUN & GIVEAWAY HarleyDavidson of Asheville, 20 Patton Cove Rd., Swannanoa, NC. Reg 10-11am, KSU 11. Benefits American Cancer Society. www.hdofasheville.com Joe Wise 828-606-4269. OCT 5 RIDE FOR ROTTIES POKER RUN Ray Price Harley-Davidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. Reg 8:30am ride 9:30. Benefits the Rottweiler Hearts Rescue group. www.rottweilerheartsrescue.org Barbara May 919-2826769. OCT 5 NATIONAL OPEN HOUSE Tilley Harley-Davidson, 1226 Morland Dr., Statesville, NC. All Day. www. tilleyhd.com 704-872-3883.


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OCT 6 THANK YOU PARTY Swingbridge Saloon, 4355 Sea Mountain Hwy, Little River, SC. 843-280-7886.

for 30 Mammograms. www.ridersfightingbc.com Dolanne Fye ridersfightingbreastcancer@gmail.com 704-807-2297.

OCT 6 ABATE HELMET LAW SUPPORT PARTY Pitt Shop/Burger King, 1914 Airport Blvd, West Columbia, SC. 11am KSU 1pm, police escorted to State House. abatesc.com/web/ 803-556-2354.

OCT 12 BENEFIT FOR ROB “IRISHWOLF” LACEY Mugshots, 512 McArthur Rd., Fayetteville, NC. Reg 11am first out 12, $15 rider, food, raffle. www.bikersforbikersfoundation. com 910-551-1161.

OCT 6 HOG HEAVEN Rocky Mount Church of the Nazarene, 1610 Hunter Hill Rd., Rocky Mount, NC. Free BBQ 11:30-2pm, music, special guest, free people’s choice bike show 11:30, ride 2pm. rmnaz.com Mark Eby meby3@aol. com 252-904-9428. OCT 6 SONSHINE RIDE Catawba Heights Baptist Church, 311 Belmont-Mt Holly Rd., Belmont, NC. Reg 1:30pm ride 2pm, bring package of diapers, new clothing, other infant needs, new mom’s needs or $15/person. Food and music. Benefits new Life Pregnancy services. 803-631-1417. OCT 11 BIKE NIGHT Rocky Mount Harley-Davidson, 928 N. Winstead Ave, Rocky Mount, NC. 6pm-9:30pm, live music, food, vendors, burnout contest. www.rockymounthd.com 252-446-7292. OCT 11-12 SUPER TENT EVENT PARTY Cross Roads Harley-Davidson, 1921 US Hwy 421, Wilkesboro, NC. 10am-4pm, food, beer, music. www. crossroads-hd.com 336-667-1003. OCT 11-12 HD DEMO TRUCK Ray Price Harley-Davidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. 8am-3pm www. raypricehd.com 919-832-2261. OCT 11-13 JIM MCCLURE NITRO NATIONALS Rockingham Dragway, 2153 US Hwy 1 North, Rockingham, NC. Fri open 12, Sat open 8am, Sun open 11, $45/3 days, $20/Sat only, $35/ Sat & Sun, $20/Sun only. www.rockinghamdragway.com 910-582-3400. OCT 12 TURNING THE BEAVER PINK The Thirsty Beaver, 1225 Central Ave,, Charlotte, NC. Raffle, Music sales of RFBC Items. Proceeds to Project Pink

OCT 12 SANDY’S RIDE Down Home Harley-Davidson, 2215 Hanford Road, Burlington, NC. Reg 10am-11am. Ride Starts at 11am. Ride to Benefit Cancer Research. downhomeharley.com Mary mary@downhomeharley.com 336-2271261. OCT 12 3RD ANNUAL RILEY’S ARMY RIDING FOR THE KIDS Ron Ayers Motorsport, 1929 N Memorial Dr., Greenville, NC. Ride 10am, $20/sgl/advance $25/day of, $30/sgl/advance, $35/ day of, 50/50. Benefits Riley’s Army, support for children and families with cancer. www.rileysarmy.com Kimber Stone kimber@rileysarmy.com 252-4128191. OCT 12 BENEFIT RIDE Skagnetti’s, 734 E Mountain St, Kernersville, NC. live music, live auction, door prizes, food. Benefits injured biker. Susan Thompson susanthompson9@aol.com 336-613-0450. OCT 12 JUNIORS 14TH ANNUAL BIKE SHOW Tilley Harley-Davidson, 1226 Morland Dr., Statesville, NC. featuring “Diva Bike Show” (Ladies only) + multiple classes for every level of bikes, live music. www.tilleyhd.com 704-872-3883. OCT 12 CUSTOMER APPRECIATION OYSTER SHUCK Easy Eddie’s, 225 South Broad St., Mooresville, NC. 3pm-6pm. 704-696-2501. OCT 12 BENEFIT RIDE & DINNER FOR DAVID HALL Grassy Creek Fire Department, 12966 Highway 226 S, Spruce Pine, NC. Reg 10am $20/ rider. Food, music, door prizes, 50/50. Proceeds go to David’s medical bills.

Rain date Oct. 19th. Gerald Styles 828230-7107. OCT 12 9TH ANNUAL COPS FOR KIDS BIKE RUN Thermo Fisher Scientific, 220 Merrimon Ave, Weaverville, NC. Reg 9am, ride 12, $10 donation or toy of equal or greater value. Food, prizes, music. Benefits the less fortunate children in Weaverville and the N. Buncombe area. Sgt. Andy Mace amace@ weavervillenc.org 828-645-5700. OCT 12 2ND ANNUAL NC CVMA HISTORICAL MARKERS BENEFIT RIDE New River Harley-Davidson, 2394 Wilmington Hwy, Jacksonville, NC. Reg 9am-12, last out 12, $25/rider $10/pass, door prizes, food. Sponsored by NC Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association. Proceeds benefit cookouts for the Wounded Warriors Battalion. Rain Date Oct. 26th 910-346-9997. OCT 12 1ST ANNUAL NORTH UNION CHURCH OF GOD BENEFIT RIDE North Union Church of God, 12411 Bain School Rd., Mint Hill, NC. 8am, raffles, door prizes D Wilson dfwilson3006@windstream.net 704-843-2857. OCT 12 SEEDS OF HOPE HEROES RIDE American Legion Post #290, 436 S. Main St., King, NC. Reg 9am-11am, ride 11am, $25/bike inc T-shirt, raffle ticket, chicken stew. Live music, prizes. Mark Wallace 336-995-4597. Benefits foster and adopted kids for summer camp free. Jana Elliot 336 972 5266. OCT 12 HAWGS FOR HOPE HarleyDavidson of Greenville, 30 Chrome Dr, Greenville, SC. Reg 9:30am, KSU 11, $25/rider $10/pass inc food, t-shirt and door prize ticket. Benefits family in SC upstate with medical bills and other bills. Rain Date 10/26. Preacher Greg 864723-0939. OCT 12 DOUBLE POKER RUN FOR TEAM VICKIE Iron Thunder, 10023 Weddington Rd, Concord, NC. Reg 11am. $15 single/20 double. Door prizes, 50/50, best hand and worst hand. Live music. food, drinks and T-shirts avail. Ride also leaves from Iron Thunder in


Cruisin’ Calendar Hickory at same time. Benefit Vickie Overcash mother of 4, diagnosed with multiple myeloma (bone cancer). Tracy Winkler tracywinkler66@yahoo.com 828-493-4697. OCT 12 COLON FURR NURSING SCHOLARSHIP RIDE American Legion Post 138, 218 Chub Lake St., Roxboro, NC. pancake breakfast, ride. Benefits the American Legion & Colon Furr Nursing scholarship fund. Roger Crump alriders138@gmail.com 919-4071185. OCT 12 3RD ANNUAL RIDING FOR THE KID’S RIDE Ron Ayers Motorsport, 1929 N Memorial Blvd, Greenville, NC. 10am. www.rileysarmy.com Kimber Stone kimber@rileysarmy.com 252-412-8191. OCT 12 SEVEN SABRES BROTHERHOOD TO MAKE A CHILD SMILE D&Q Motorsports, 44 N Broad St, Angier, NC. Reg 8:30, ride 10am. $20/bike, $25 with rider/extra poker hand $5. Door prizes, 50/50, best/worst hand, good food. Benefits kids smile at Christmas! www.sevensabresbrotherhood.com Arlene mabry ssabres7@ yahoo.com 919-422-7234. OCT 12 OPERATION RED SLEIGH RIDE N ROLL Cox’s Harley-Davidson, 2792 NC Hwy 134 S., Asheboro, NC. Reg 9:30 am ride 11, $10/ride $5/pass. 50/50. Benefits Operation Red Sleigh Inc. 336-625-9624. OCT 12 RIDE TO REMEMBER Center City Park, 200 N Elm St, Greensboro, NC. Stage on Davie St. at 8:30 KSU 10am, $20/sgl $25/dbl inc t-shirt and food. Escorted ride. Benefits Alzheimer’s Assoc. 336-312-6499. OCT 12 DRIVEN BY GRACE BRITT’S 7TH ANNUAL BIKE SHOW & AUCTION Lincolnton Church of God, 1435 Riverview Rd., Lincolnton, NC. 11am-3pm. Live music, free food, awards, vendors, & more. $15 entry fee. All bikes must ride in. Rain Date 10/19. Driven By Grace Biker Ministry is a

ministry of Lincolnton Church of God. Danny Houser drivenbygrace@bellsouth.net 704-732-0012. OCT 12 DRAGON SLAYER’S ANNIVERSARY BASH 3949 Glenn High Rd., Winston-Salem, NC. 12-6pm Norman Overby 336-403-6932. OCT 12 MOTORCYCLE FLAT TRACK RACING Woodleaf Speedway, 3345 Potneck Rd., Woodleaf, NC. Adm $10, gates open 1pm, practice 5pm, race 7pm. www.woodleafspeedwaync.com 704-902-2287. OCT 12 AMERICAN LEGION RIDERS FUQUAY BIKE NIGHT American Legion Post 116, 6400 Johnson Pond Rd, Fuquay, NC. Food, bike games, bands, 50/50, games, vendors. ericellerman@nc.rr.com 919-557-5990. OCT 12 HIGHLAND CIRCUIT RIDERS MEETING Smoky Mountain Barbecue, 1008 S Jefferson Ave, West Jefferson, NC. meeting 11-12pm. Ride to follow cma.org Bill Gorman mtnroadking@yahoo.com 828-406-2339. OCT 12-13 BIKETOBERFEST Thunder Tower Harley-Davidson, 190 Pontiac Business Center Dr., Columbia, SC. Fireworks, car & bike show, live music. www.thundertowerharley.com 803-4611121. OCT 13 STEEPLE CHASE BENEFIT RIDE FOR LUKE Gastonia Chrysler, 2339 E Franklin Blvd, Gastonia, NC. Reg 12:30, KSU 2, $20/sgl $25/dbl, cages $20/driver $5/add rider, food, live band, auction, 50/50 and door prizes. Benefits Luke who has Spina Bifida. Walter Pilley savdxgrace@gmail.com OCT 19 CHILI COOK-OFF & SWAP MEET Harley-Davidson of Asheville, 20 Patton Cove Rd., Swannanoa, NC. www.hdofasheville.com 828-581-2000. OCT 19 BLACKBEARD’S BIKERS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL CHARITY RIDE Hometown Harley-Davidson, 2300 Elaine’s Way, Winterville, NC. Reg

11 9am, KSU 11am. www.hometownharleydavidson.com 252-439-1345. OCT 19 ON SITE POKER RUN FOR BREAST CANCER Tilley HarleyDavidson, 1226 Morland Dr., Statesville, NC. $10/person. www.tilleyhd.com 704872-3883. OCT 19 SUPER TENT EVENT PARTY Cross Roads Harley-Davidson, 1921 US Hwy 421, Wilkesboro, NC. 10am-4pm, food, beer, music. www. crossroads-hd.com 336-667-1003. OCT 19 EL DADA FAMILY BENEFIT VENDOR EVENT Thunder Tower Harley-Davidson, 190 Pontiac Business Center Dr., Columbia, SC. 10am. www. thundertowerharley.com 803-461-1121. OCT 19 BENEFIT FOR “FLEA” Legend’s Pub, 4624 Bragg Blvd., Fayetteville, NC. Holly vettgirl64@aol.com 910-867-2364. OCT 19 BIKERS FOR BOOMERS Low Country Harley-Davidson, 4707 Dorchester Rd., Charleston, SC. Reg 10am. Benefits Friends of the Low Country Senior Center. 843-554-1847. OCT 19 6TH ANNUAL BIKERS WITH BOXES CHARITY RIDE Billy Graham Library, 4330 Westmont Dr., Charlotte, NC. 9:30am - 3:30pm. Bring packed shoebox filled for Operation Christmas Child. hbrooks@bgea.org 704-401-3256. OCT 19 BLUE KNIGHTS 5TH ANNUAL BREAST CANCER RIDE HarleyDavidson of New Bern, 1613 Hwy 70E, New Bern, NC. Reg 9am $25/rider $5/ pass. Food, music, prizes. Paul Brown 252-349-3715. OCT 19 1ST ANNUAL FREEDOM RIDE American Legion Post 90, 914 Williamsboro St. (Hwy 158 E. Business), Oxford, NC. Reg 9-10:30am, KSU 11am. Fee $20 Rider & $10 Passenger. Color guard, food, 50/50, door prizes, DJ. Helping a Veteran in Need. Ben Currin bcurrin7@nc.rr.com 919-691-3809.


12 OCT 19 DAVID KING HODGKIN’S LYMPHOMA RIDE Faith Rider’s Fellowship Church, 157 W. Frontage RD, Aiken, SC. reg. 9am, KSU 10am. $20/bike, $5/rider. 50/50 raffle, door prizes, bake sale, cornhole tournament reg 10am. food avail. Antique car show, live music. Tracy Goodwin tracy29841@ yahoo.com 803-474-4793. OCT 19 RIDE FOR WREATHS Bullfeathers, 1625 N. Main St., Fuquay-Varina, NC. Reg 8:30am, KSU 10:30, $20/ bike. Proceeds for wreaths for Veterans buried at Raleigh Memorial Cemetery. In Honor of TSgt Adam Ginett. Jim Loper GBSAINT1@GMAIL.com OCT 19 RIDE TO REMEMBER OUR VETERANS Scooterz, 1851 E. Dixon Blvd, Shelby, NC. Reg 10am-12pm. Ride 12:05. $15/roder $5/pass. Door prizes, raffle, 50/50. Live music. Benefits Veterans Organizations. Erin pro@ cvma15-02.org 803-493-2877. OCT 19 DREW’S RIDE TO RUN 2013 Tilley Harley Davidson, 653 Bendix Dr., Salisbury, NC. Reg. 9am-10am. $20/bike, $5/passenger Inc meal and T-shirt. Music, vendors, prizes, charity raffle. Benefits The Andrew Hastings Fund, a young teen in need of a prosthetic leg. Jim Cradduck riders@TheRefuge. net 704-640-8502. OCT 19 ROLLING THUNDER CHAPTER 6 CRUISE IN, YARD SALE & CHICKEN STEW American Legion Post 290, 436 South Main Street, King, NC. Yard Sale Spaces $10 10am until, reserve before Oct 14th. $6 Chicken Stew 5pm. 50/50. Benefits Needy Veterans. rollingthunder-nc6.com Cheryl Penn Ironhorsegl@gmail.com 336 924-0610. OCT 19 SAVE THE TA TA’S POKER RUN Fantastic Sams Hope Mills, 3503 N. Main St, Hope Mills, NC. 50/50, tshirts for sale and food. Benefits Friends of the cancer center Angelic Justice angelofjustice06@gmail.com 910-42446412.

Cruisin’ Calendar OCT 19 RIDIN HAWG WILD Richard Childress Racing, 236 Industrial Dr, Welcome, NC. Reg 10am-12pm. $21/single, $27 with passenger. Food avail, live music. Benefits Autism Speaks. www. ridinhawgwild.com Mandy Jones ridinhawgwild@yahoo.com 336-479-0987. OCT 19 CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL CHARITY RIDE Hometown HarleyDavidson, 2300 Elaines Way, Winterville, NC. Reg 9am, ride 11am. benefits Children’s Hospital. Spons by Blackbeard’s Bikers. 252-439-1345. OCT 19 PARTS SWAP MEET & PRIVATE BIKE SALE Ray Price HarleyDavidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. 8am-5pm. Bring your take off parts & motorcycles to sell. www.rayprice.com 919-832-2261. OCT 19-20 2ND ANNUAL TRIBUTE TO THE TROOPS MEMORIAL RIDE Tilley Harley-Davidson, 1226 Morland Dr., Statesville, NC. Sat 8am9am, Sun 9am-10am, $10/bike entire wknd. Visit several families of NC Fallen. www.tilleyhd.com 704-872-3883. OCT 20 THE 2ND ANNUAL CAUSE FOR THE PAWS BENEFIT BIKE RUN Lo-re-lei Pub & Grill, 1019 Old Folkstone Road, Sneads Ferry, NC. Reg 11am, ride 12pm. Dice Run $20 inc BBQ plate & 2 Raffle Tickets. $5 Xtra Rider inc.1 dice roll. 50/50, Raffles, Auction, Puppy Kissing Booth. BBQ Plates 2pm. Live music 2-8pm Benefits Onslow Co Partners For Animal Welfare. Donna Plowman lplowman@embarqmail.com 910.340.0455. OCT 24 TOURING SEMINAR HarleyDavidson of Greensboro, 538 Farragut St., Greensboro, NC. Demo rides 5-6pm. Seminar 6-7pm. www.hdofgreensboro. com 336-273-1101. OCT 26 7TH ANNUAL MIKE MERRITT MEMORIAL RIDE White Lake Fire Department, 1859 White Lake Dr, White Lake, NC. In Memory of Mike Merritt. Benefits Bladen County Firefighters Assoc. Dale Brennan dbrennan@ whitelakenc.org 910-874-0726.

OCT 26 WAYNE FALLS “LEUKEMIA” BENEFIT RIDE The Cadillac Ranch, 3101 Ft. Bragg Rd, Fayetteville, NC. Reg 9am–10:30am, ride 10:45am. $15/Rider, $10/Passenger. Free event t-shirt, free food, music, 50/50, silent auction. To Pre-Register Contact Doug Dees. Doug Dees ddees@pdco.com 910977-0428. OCT 26 DRESS UP YOUR BIKE & COSTUME CONTEST Harley-Davidson of Asheville, 20 Patton Cove Rd., Swannanoa, NC. www.hdasheville.com 828-581-2000. OCT 26 2ND ANNUAL A REASON TO RIDE Myrtle Beach Harley-Davidson, 4710 S. Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC. Reg 10am, $20/rider $10/pass food, door prizes. Benefits McLeod Children’s Hospital. www.myrtlebeachharley.com 843-369-5555. OCT 26 ANNUAL FALL FEST Cross Roads Harley-Davidson, 1921 US Hwy 421, Wilkesboro, NC. 11am-5pm www. crossroads-hd.com 336-667-1003. OCT 26 OPEN HOUSE Freedom Biker Church, 131 Guy Rd., Clayton, NC. 9-10 Pirate Ride Reg, kid activities, free pig pickin’, music, door prizes. www. freedombikerchurch.com OCT 26 HALLOWEEN PARTY Baggerz Saloon, 4212 Ebert Rd., WinstonSalem, NC. Live music. 336-283-9190. OCT 26 THUNDERWEEN Thunder Tower Harley-Davidson, 190 Pontiac Business Center Dr., Columbia, SC. Trick or Treat! www.thundertowerharley. com 803-461-1121. OCT 26 SWAP MEET Just Hawgs, 5326 C 311 N, Walkertown, NC. 336595-2210. OCT 26 LEGEND’S HALLOWEEN BASH Legend’s Pub, 4624 Bragg Blvd., Fayetteville, NC. Costume Contest. Holly vettgirl64@aol.com 910-867-2364.


Cruisin’ Calendar OCT 26 16TH ANNUAL MDA BIKE SHOW AND SILENT AUCTION Down Home Harley-Davidson, 2215 Hanford Rd., Burlington, NC. Reg 9:30-11:30, $20 entry, MDA pins given to entries, trophies & award 3pm. Silent auction, food & drinks avail, 50/50. Rain date Nov 2nd. William Blanchard at 919-563-5834 www.downhomeharley. com Mary mary@downhomeharley.com 336-227-1261. OCT 26 CHILDREN ACROSS HAYWOOD Haywood Community College, 185 Freelander Dr., Clyde, NC. Reg 12-1pm ride 1:30, $10/sgl $15/dbl, food, music, 50/50, door prizes. Proceeds benefit underprivileged children in Haywood Co. Chris Wyatt 828-565-4032. OCT 26 HALLOWEEN PARTY Chunk’s Hawg Haven, 536 Farragut St., Greensboro, NC. 336-340-6587. OCT 26 MOTORCYCLE BENEFIT HOWL-O-WEEN RIDE Down Home Harley-Davidson, 2215 Hanford Rd., Burlington, NC. Reg 12, $20/bike, food, 50/50, vendors. Benefits Paws4ever. Max Harrel 919-245-0445. OCT 26 T&B CANCER RESEARCH RIDE Hooters Fayetteville, 501 N Mcpherson Church Rd, Fayetteville, NC. $20/rider, $10/passenger. Reg 11am, last out 12pm. band and food. 50/50, door prizes, best and worst hands. Presented by AFMC Benefits cancer research. Nobody afmccentralnc@gmail.com 910988-7946. OCT 26 RIDERS FIGHTING BREAST CANCER POKER RUN The Boneyard Tavern, 1000 W. Roosevelt, Monroe, NC. Last out 12pm. Party, Live Music, Auction, 50/50, Prizes. Benefits Project Pink Mammogram Initiative. Spons By RFBC www.ridersfightingbreastcancer.com Dolanne Fye ridersfightingbc@gmail.com 704-807-2297. OCT 27 GRAND OPENING Freedom Biker Church, 131 Guy Rd., Clayton, NC. Doors open 9am, Worship rally 10:30am. www.freedombikerchurch.com

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OCT 27 BIKE RUN/PRAYER RUN Luther Britt Park, West 5th St., Lumberton, NC. Reg 12:30-2pm $10/sgl $15/dbl Benefits Loretta Canady battling breast cancer. Rain date 11/3. Donald Sampson 910-521-8003.

NOV 2 L.O.H. PANCAKE BREAKFAST Ray Price Harley-Davidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. 7:3010:30am. Benefits Susan G. Komen Foundation. www.rayprice.com 919-8322261.

OCT 31 HALLOWEEN PARTY Fat Mac Pork Schop, 1807 N. Main St., High Point, NC. Bobbin’ for balls, ball eating contest, ball shooting contest, live music and prizes for best dressed and baddest bike on the lot. 336-889-7447.

NOV 2 OYSTER ROAST FOR FTCC NURSES BENEFIT Legend’s Pub, 4624 Bragg Blvd., Fayetteville, NC. Holly vettgirl64@aol.com 910-867-2364.

OCT 31 GHOULS GATHERING Horsefeathers Roadhouse, 3746 Mt. Pleasant Rd., Sherrills Ford, NC. Haunted Dungeon, Costume Contest w/ cash prizes, DJ Mark. General Manager ChefJMCabrera@gmail.com 704-9660192. OCT 31 SADDLEBAG SWEETS Harley-Davidson of Greensboro, 538 Farragut St, Greensboro, NC. kids games, jump houses, prizes, face painting, corn hole, and tons of candy from generous bikers. Hosted by Freedom Biker Church of Greensboro. 5:30-8pm www.freedombikerchurchgreensboro.com Randy Austin raustin001@triad.rr.com OCT 31 - NOV 2 HALLOWEEN BASH Riders Roost, 100 Elk Creek Rd., Ferguson, NC. 336-973-8405.

Scan This QR Code To Check For Events That Missed The Print Issue NOV 1 HALLOWEEN BASH The Zone, 2851 Maco Rd., Leland, NC. Music and pig pickin. 910-254-6948. NOV 1 HALLOWEEN COSTUME PARTY Locked & Loaded, 1125 Hwy 70, Garner, Live music, drink specials, no cover. 919-661-6688. NOV 1-3 DEMO DAYS Harley-Davidson of Asheville, 20 Patton Cove Rd., Swannanoa, NC. Fri & Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun 12-4pm. Demo 2014 H-D’s! www. hdofasheville.com 828-581-2000.

NOV 2 2013 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE MOTORCYCLE RALLY Rourk Gardens, Main St., Shallotte, NC. Reg 10:30 am KSU 11am. Vendors, raffles, 50/50. Benefits Hope Harbor Homes. 910-7545726. NOV 2 H.O.G. TOY RUN Shelton’s Harley-Davidson, 1043 Industrial Park Dr., Smithfield, NC. 11am ride 12. donate $10 or more toy. Benefits Wide Open Foundation and Community Soup Kitchen. www.sheltonshd.com 919-9381592. NOV 2 FALL OPEN HOUSE Shelton’s Harley-Davidson, 1043 Industrial Park Drive, Smithfield, NC. 10am-3pm www. sheltonshd.com 919-938-1592. NOV 2 3RD ANNUAL CALVIN MCCARVER MEMORIAL TOY RUN Iron Horse Motorcycles, 1600 W Roosevelt Blvd, Monroe, NC. Reg 10am, ride 11am. bring valued at $5 or more. Trophies & prizes to 1st & last place. First 100 get free t-shirt & meal. Anita avrgroup@windstream.net 704-2211415. NOV 2 NEW RIDER BOOT CAMP Ray Price Harley-Davidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. 10-10:30 sign up. www.rayprice.com 919-832-2261. NOV 2-3 RANDOLPH CO CBA SWAP MEET Riders In The Country, 5701 Randleman Rd., Randleman, NC. Free admission. Vendors, live music, bike show, food. Quincy Williams 910783-5122. Gina Parker 336-963-3438.


14 NOV 9 HAYWOOD COUNTY TOY RUN Wheels Through Time Museum, 62 Vintage Lane, Maggie Valley, NC. 9am 828-926-6266. NOV 9 18TH ANNUAL INA FITTS MEMORIAL TOY RUN Team Power Sports, 220 US 70, Garner, NC. Reg 11am, ride 11:20am. Bring unwrapped new toy ages 2-12 approximately $15. Gift cards are acceptable. Benefit the Salvation Army of Johnston Co. Richard Streib rstreib@toast.net 919-552-2479. NOV 9 THE RUMBLEQUAKE Salisbury National Cemetery Annex, 501 Statesville Blvd, Salisbury, NC. To Acknowledge, Honor and Remember all veterans. The Goal: 2000 Bikes escorting 200 Vans (filled with veterans) on The Ride of Pride stretching for more than 2 miles as it travels the 34 mile route. Ride 11:00am. http://therumblequake. com/index.html Burgess Bailey ahr@ therumblequake.com 704-500-1621. NOV 9 MILITARY APPRECIATION MOTORCYCLE RIDE Golden Corral Parking Lot, 3108 Garden Rd., Burlington, NC. Reg 9:30-11am, $20/bike. Proceeds benefit Disable Veterans. www. dav.org Rick Hildreth 336-437-4061. NOV 9 3RD ANNUAL APPRECIATION DAY & MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Lost Memories, 404 W. Manchester Rd., Spring Lake, NC. 3pm, food, door prizes, games, live music, Bikers For Bikers Foundation Membership Drive. Mickey Carter 910-583-3067.

Cruisin’ Calendar Salvation Army. Rain or Shine. www. rockymounthd.com 252-446-7292. NOV 9 HIGHLAND CIRUIT RIDERS MEETING Smoky Mountain Barbecue, 1008 S Jefferson Ave, West Jefferson, NC. meeting 11-12pm. Ride to follow cma.org Bill Gorman mtnroadking@yahoo.com 828-406-2339. NOV 9-10 39TH ANNUAL CBA SWAP MEET & BIKE SHOW Metrolina Expo Fairgrounds, 7100 Statesville Rd., Charlotte, NC. Live music, food, wet tshirt contest, tattoo contest, vendors, bike show. www.charlottecba.org Rick Nail 704-455-6245. NOV 10 MARINE BIRTHDAY CAKE CUTTING Legend’s Pub, 4624 Bragg Blvd., Fayetteville, NC. Holly vettgirl64@aol.com 910-867-2364. NOV 10 10TH ANNUAL GOLDEN STRIP TOY RUN Grand South Bank, 325 S Main St, Fountain Inn, SC. Ride 2pm. Bring a new, unwrapped toy for a child of any age. Police escort, 50/50 drawing, music, food, vendors, door prizes. Toys distributed through Holiday Hope. Rain or shine. www.classicdry.net Paul Williams actsoutreach@bellsouth. net 864-221-2042. NOV 16 ANNUAL CHILI COOK OFF Cross Roads Harley-Davidson, 1921 US Hwy 421, Wilkesboro, NC. 11am. www. crossroads-hd.com 336-667-1003.

NOV 9 BBQ COOK-OFF Ray Price Harley-Davidson, 1126 S. Saunders St., Raleigh, NC. Judging begins 12pm, $5/ donation to charity. www.rayprice.com 919-832-2261.

NOV 16 7TH ANNUAL TURKEY RUN Carolina Coast Harley-Davidson, 6620 Market ST., Wilmington, NC. Ride 10:15, bring non-perishable or canned food donation. Also leaves New River H-D and Beach House H-D. 910-7919997.

NOV 9 ROCKY MOUNT H.O.G CHAPTER 27TH ANNUAL TOY RUN Rocky Mount Harley-Davidson, 928 N. Winstead Ave, Rocky Mount, NC. Reg 9-11:45am, bike line-up and parade 12pm, escorted ride, new unwrapped toy or $10 donation, food, 50/50, door prizes, music. Benefits the kids through

NOV 16 THE SALVATION ARMY ANGEL TREE KICK OFF AND TOY RUN Cross Creek Mall Food Court Parking Lot, 419 Cross Creek Mall, Fayetteville, NC. Reg 10:30, Refreshments & Fellowship, ride 12. Bring unwrapped new toy. Single Riders $15/Double Riders $20. Food, silent auction, door prizes,

PD escort. http://delivr.com/2q7ct Norman Zanders nrznc-ToyRun@yahoo.com 910-309-8679. NOV 16 MOTORCYCLE FLAT TRACK RACING Woodleaf Speedway, 3345 Potneck Rd., Woodleaf, NC. Adm $10, gates open 1pm, practice 5pm, race 7pm. www.woodleafspeedwaync.com 704-902-2287. NOV 17 CHILLI COOKOFF Legend’s Pub, 4624 Bragg Blvd., Fayetteville, NC. Holly vettgirl64@aol.com 910-8672364. NOV 17 25TH ANNUAL WAYNE CO MOTORCYCLE RIDERS TOY RUN Berkeley Mall, 620 N Berkeley Blvd, Goldsboro, NC. Reg 12pm, ride 2pm. After party, food, music, raffles. Cassy Wood cwlhwc@yahoo.com 919-7382308. NOV 23 HOMETOWN HARLEYDAVIDSON TOY RUN Hometown Harley-Davidson, 2300 Elaine’s Way, Winterville, NC. 10am 252-439-1345. NOV 23 MURPHEY’S 19TH ANNUAL TOY RUN Scooter Shed, 114 Camelot Court, Kings Mountain, NC. Reg 11am ride 12, $5 + new toy per person, live music. Benefits Shriners Burn Center & Oxford Orphanage, Masonic Home for Children and Kings Mtn. Police Dept. Shop with a Cop. 704-739-4707. NOV 23 HENDERSON COUNTY TOY RUN Fletcher Community Park, 85 Howard Gap Rd, Fletcher, NC. Reg 10am-1pm, ride 1:30, $10 or $10 toy, door prizes, 50/50. Benefits the abused and neglected children of Henderson County. Ken Wise 828-388-8065. NOV 23 JINGLE BELL TOY RUN Tilley Harley-Davidson, 1226 Morland Dr., Statesville, NC. Reg 10am, police-escorted ride 12:30pm. $15 w/ unwrapped toy, or $25 w/o toy; passengers: $10 w/unwrapped toy, or $20 w/o toy; inc lunch. Rain-or-Shine. Hosted by Statesville H.O.G. www.statesvillehog. org/Toy_Run.html Cindy Henderson hend1662@bellsouth.net 704-873-1662.


Cruisin’ Calendar NOV 23 10TH ANNUAL STEELE ANGELS TOY RUN Freedom Biker Church, 455 Rock Hill Rd., Fayetteville, NC. Reg 11am-1, ride at 1, bring toy or donation. Music, 50/50, food, door prizes, games and auction. Wendy Rogers vettgirl64@aol.com 910-818-0458. NOV 24 NEW RIVER HARLEYDAVIDSON 3RD ANNUAL TOYS FOR TOTS New River Harley-Davidson, 2394 Wilmington Hwy, Jacksonville, NC. Reg 9am. bring new unwrapped toy. www.newriverh-d.com 910-346-9997.

wrapped toy, Police escorted. www.charlottecba.org Rick Nail 704-455-6245.

by Desperado’s MC So. Wake Calvin justin1119@earthlink.net 919-332-3973.

DEC 6 LEGEND’S PUB 17TH ANNIVERSARY PARTY Legend’s Pub, 4624 Bragg Blvd., Fayetteville, NC. Holly vettgirl64@aol.com 910-867-2364.

DEC 21 SANTA VISIT Cross Roads Harley-Davidson, 1921 US Hwy 421, Wilkesboro, NC. 2pm www.crossroadshd.com 336-667-1003.

DEC 7 TOYS FOR TOTS RIDE Ray Price Harley-Davidson, 1126 S. Saunders, Raleigh, NC. 10am. Bring new unwrapped toy. www.rayprice.com 919832-2261.

DEC 31 NEW YEAR’S EVE BASH Legend’s Pub, 4624 Bragg Blvd., Fayetteville, NC. Holly vettgirl64@aol.com 910-867-2364.

NOV 28 THANKSGIVING FEAST Legend’s Pub, 4624 Bragg Blvd., Fayetteville, NC. Holly vettgirl64@aol.com 910-867-2364.

DEC 7 CUSTOMER APPRECIATION Outer Banks Harley-Davidson, 8739 Caratoke Hwy, Harbinger, NC. 5-7pm www.outerbankshd.com 252-3388866.

NOV 30 BEACH HOUSE HARLEYDAVIDSON 3RD ANNUAL TOYS FOR TOTS Beach House Harley-Davidson, 4919 Ocean Hwy W., Shallote, NC. 9am, ride 12, bring new unwrapped toy, escorted ride 910-575-9997.

DEC 7 DISCOUNT MOTORCYCLE 14TH ANNUAL TOY RUN Discount Motorcycle, 300 Spring Branch Rd., Dunn, NC. Reg 8:30am. Bring new unwrapped toy. Food. dogg2019@hotmail. com 910-984-6453.

NOV 30 21ST ANNUAL TOY RUN TO KENNEDY BAPTIST CHILDREN’S HOME Harley-Davidson of New Bern, 1613 Hwy 70E, New Bern, NC. Reg 9-11:30am, KSU 12, $10 cash/giftcard or a toy for teenager age 13-18. 252-6334060.

DEC 14 BLOOD DRIVE, CHILI COOK-OFF AND SANTA VISIT Cross Roads Harley-Davidson, 1921 US Hwy 421, Wilkesboro, NC. 10am www. crossroads-hd.com 336-667-1003.

NOV 30 F.F.F.H. TOY RUN River City Bar and Grill/Twin Oaks, 155 Pinnacle Lane, Mooresville, NC. Reg 9-11. Escorted ride 11am. $20/biker, $15/ riders inc meal. BBQ, music and lots of fun. taking donations of toys, coats, etc for the Angle Tree Project. Crystal “hoochie” Stewart 704-966-0568 fhhoochie@yahoo.com 704-489-0568. DEC 1 CAROLINA COAST HARLEY-DAVIDSON TOYS FOR TOTS Carolina Coast Harley-Davidson, 6620 Market St., Wilmington, NC. 9am 910791-9997. DEC 1 CHARLOTTE CBA TOYS FOR TOTS RIDE Bojangles Coliseum, 2700 E. Independence Blvd, Charlotte, NC. Reg 11am ride 1pm bring un-

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DEC 14 CLIFFORD SELLER’S MEMORIAL RUN Legend’s Pub, 4624 Bragg Blvd., Fayetteville, NC. Holly vettgirl64@aol.com 910-867-2364. DEC 14 16TH ANNUAL BRENNER CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL TOY RUN Harley-Davidson of Greensboro, 538 Farragut St., Greensboro, NC. Reg 12-1:30pm, KSU 1:30, $10 donation or unwrapped toy. Police escorted ride to Brenner Children’s Hospital. www.hdofgreensboro.com events@hdofgreensboro.com 336-273-1101. DEC 14 4TH ANNUAL KIDS ON GUARD TOY DRIVE The Brick Bar and Grill, 213 Fayetteville St., Fuquay Varina, NC. 12-6pm. $10 donation or new unwrapped toy to enter. Benefits the children of the N.C. National Guard who’s parents are deployed. Presented

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2 Million Bikers To DC

By: Mark Infield I learned about this event from Facebook because someone sent me a link and I checked it out. There were pages from many states and the traffic on the site was voluminous. I said to myself, “If a fraction of the people who have liked or commented on this event attend, it will be huge.” And it was. We hooked up with Marcus Kindley who was the NC coordinator and met in Greensboro, NC for the ride up US 29 to DC on Tuesday, September 10th. There were 8 of us in this group, but if you look at http:// goo.gl/iF066V you will get an idea of what happens when bikers come from all over the United States for a cause. The cause? To honor September 11 victims and to counter the pro-Muslim rally that many said was inappropriate for such a solemn day in U.S. history. The closer we got to DC, the more bikes we saw. When we checked into our motel, it was like Daytona Bike Week. On the morning of September 11, we rode a few miles down the road to Harley-Davidson of DC. When we arrived, they had two lanes of traffic blocked off and had bikes parked 3 across each lane. There was nothing but motorcycles all the way to the dealership. We walked the 150 yards to the dealership, got our t-shirts, and when we walked back to our bikes the road we came in on was nothing but motorcycles as far as you could see. Plus they parked another lane full of bikes making them 9 wide. They left one lane open, but traffic coming from either direction forced cars and bikes off into parking lots to get by. When we got ready to ride, the bikes were funneled down to two by two and around the back of the dealership to get them all headed back towards DC. The police blocked the intersection of Livingston Road and Indian Head Road to allow the motorcycles to begin their route to DC unencumbered. After that, motorcycles made a long line on the beltway and split off at various exits leading into downtown. We crossed Constitution and Pennsylvania Avenues and turned right and left with long columns of motorcycles flying American, POW/MIA, Gadsden, Military

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Service and every manner of patriotic flags you can imagine joining us in criss crossing the city. We went past the Washington Monument and turned left passing the WWII Memorial on our right. That is when I looked down across the National Mall and saw….NOTHING! The Million Muslim March was scheduled by The American Muslim Political Action Committee to draw attention to what it said is an unfair and ongoing fear of Muslims after the September 11 terrorist attacks. However, the rally was considered an insult to the nearly 3,000 people who died that day, when Islamic terrorists hijacked three commercial jets and crashed them into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and Shanksville, PA. That is what motivated, what sources such as the DC Metro Police estimated, as many as 880,000 riders from every contiguous state and Canada to rally in DC. I saw a few people sitting on the steps of the Lincoln Monument, but they could have simply been tourists. At any rate the local news showed footage of several people at the “rally”, but also noted that media and security vastly out numbered the actual participants, and their video supported that conclusion. Co-founders Belinda Bee and “Top Fuel” Bill Williamson credited everyone who helped with the unprecedented success of this year’s ride, and promised another ride next year, “and every year for September 11.” There have been rumblings that the nation might be in the mood to forgo Labor Day in favor of 911 day. I have no problem with that. You can go to facebook.com/2MillionBikersDC where 285 Thousand people “liked” and/or commented. If you want to see the pictures we took (because we were actually there) go to FullThrottleMagazine.com and click on the “pictures” page. You may want to make this event next year. It made me proud to be an AMERICAN!


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Boone Fall Bike Rally By: dpapabear Labor Day weekend is the date to watch for the Boone Fall Bike Rally and this year Mother Nature smiled on us with some great weather for both for the spring and fall rallies. The Boone Bike Rally is a camping style rally. You know what that means when it comes to partying in the campground! This rally is in support of the CMA and the Toys For Tots event each year. The rally is currently a 2-day event with vendors, camping, bands, and games played on Saturday. We need to encourage Kenny to make the Labor Day weekend rally a 3-day event, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday next year. The campgrounds opened on Thursday with vendors setting up Thursday and Friday. Friday evening started with several bands playing early afternoon and into the night. Saturday is bike games starting around noon until evening, wet t-shirt contest, 50/50 drawing, dunking booth girls, and bands from mid afternoon until around 11pm Saturday night. The bike game winners receive a cash prize and this fall the 50/50 winnings were just shy of $1400, which was donated back to the CMA and Toys For Tots events. After the bands wind down on Friday and Saturday nights, the party moves into the camp ground until wee hours of early morning. There are always plenty of friendly campers welcoming everyone to hangout, have a drink, sit by bonfire, dance, play corn hole games, listen to music or tales from past rallies, topless ladies looking for beads, and just having a great time. You may come not knowing anyone but when you leave you will have numerous new friends! And then there are always plenty of places to ride during the

day. There are lots of curvy, hilly, mountain roads, secluded places, or country stores to visit and check on some of the history of places like Todd General Store or Valle Crucis. It is not far from Tennessee so day rides over there are nice as well, like the Snake on 421. So, if you have never been, pack up your tent, camper, bike, or whatever, and watch The Carolinas ‘Full Throttle Magazine Cruisin’ Calendar for next year’s dates, and come party with us! Wander around the camp ground, meet some new friends or old ones as well, pull up a chair and hangout awhile. Pics are also available at FullThrottleMagazine.com for viewing and downloading. And as always, ride safe, have fun, and enjoy the journey!


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By: Old Spook On September 8th, friends of Lee Herncane organized a ride in memory of his death, the result of bike accident last month. The group left Harvest Moon CafĂŠ on Route 17 to attend a memorial service at American Legion Post 147 on James Island. The 40 bike contingent meet up with nearly twice that number at the Post to remember a revered member of the biker community. Lee, an excellent mechanic, had worked at a number of bike shops in the area and was known for his random acts of kindness to many of the people he knew. He and his wife Joanie were members of American Legion Riders Post 179, where she was recently elected Chaplain. Although the occasion was somber, many of the participants at the memorial had funny stories to tell about Lee and the mood left as many tears as it did smiles on the faces of those that were there. The community of bikers is a very close one and we will all remember Lee with a great deal of fondness. We can hear your pipes from here Lee.

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By Judy Bortz Most people know that on that fateful September 11th in 2001, 343 firefighters died in their effort to save all the people they could at the World Trade Center. In Wilmington we have been honoring these heroes for years. The ride is organized by Wilmington Chapter NC6 of the Red Knights and this year it was hosted by Carolina Coast Harley-Davidson. It was a beautiful day for a ride. Fire departments from New Hanover and Pender Counties brought trucks out for the event. The BIG flag mounted on an extended fire truck ladder flying over the HD logo at Carolina Coast H-D was an awesome sight to behold! All Benefits from the day went to NC JC and Chapel Hill Burn Centers. Bikes arrived all morning with some coming from as far away as Fayetteville to honor the fallen. Coffee and doughnuts were available and helped warm riders. After the opening ceremony, complete with Bagpipers, the firefighter’s prayer, and a moving rendition of the National Anthem, many a rider had to dry their eyes before starting their engines. As has become the custom, 10-year-old Taylor Campbell, a burn survivor herself, rang the opening bell to start the ride. The New Hanover County Sherriff’s Department and The Wilmington Police Department escorted the 300 bike parade through Wilmington. They always do a wonderful job keeping the cages at bay. There were even cars pulling over on the other side of the road to watch us ride by. Every year there are more people and families out on the curbs waving flags and cheering the bikes on. As the parade returned to CCHD Atlantic Recovery BBQ served up a complimentary picnic of burgers, dogs, beans, and slaw. I think I can speak for us all when I say it was enjoyed.

Thanks to all the local businesses that donated, there were dozens of raffles for everything from oil changes to a 4-day fishing excursion, to raise money! A 50/50 drawing raised over $600, which was all donated back to the charity by the winner! All in all, it was a perfect day for a ride made even better for the cause we all came out to support! Every year they have dog tags with the fallen firefighters’ names and units, and every year all 343 of them are sold out! Thanks to everyone that rode for the cause all these years, we are BIKERS. We will NEVER FORGET! Kudos to all the men and women who make it their job to keep us all safe!

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New Indians Arrive At Coastal Victory

By: Everette “EZ” Short Tim and David Sutherland have always had a great team at Coastal Victory. For the last ten years, these two brothers have brought a unique level of excellence to the beach with their line of Victory motorcycles, accessories, and outstanding service, including complete customization of motorcycles without compare. Now, there are some truly exciting things going on just in time for the Fall Rally at the beach. This month, their dealership will be re-named Coastal Victory Indian, as they become the EXCLUSIVE Indian motorcycle outlet for the entire coastal region from Maryland to Florida. Recently, they opened up a new store in Murrell’s Inlet with a giant showroom filled to the brim with outstanding one of a kind Victory motorcycles. The new shop made room for a lot of clothing, apparel, and accessories, plus they built a fantastic service garage in the back. There is even a comfortable bar area where you can saddle up for some serious business. Then, this September, they completed a plush state-of-the-art showroom for the new Indian motorcycle lineup! Believe me when I tell you that this new addition is something to come out and look at! A whole new tribe of Indian motorcycles are scheduled to ar-

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The Ultimate Big Pot Fun Run

Story and photo by Alan Dockery What a beautiful day we were blessed with on the fourth Saturday in August for the 3rd Annual Ultimate Big Pot Fun Run. Organized by the Christian Motorcyclists Association and the Hickory Chapter of the Concerned Bikers Association, this run raised more than $12,000 for the South Mountain Christian Camp, south of Morganton, NC, and the Hickory CBA Charities. 250 riders left out of Hickory that morning on a leisurely route winding through the country. The ride took folks through a part of North Carolina that most had not ridden. Some of us took our time and dashed over to one of my favorite little twisty roads that wasn’t on the route. Hey, we didn’t get lost when I took folks on a shortcut to the camp, either. South Mountain Christian Camp is a great place to end a bike run. The camp is a beautiful old site dating back to the mid-1970’s. They have a Summer Camp for children and teens, an outdoor nature program, retreat center, ropes course, disc golf course, ponds, and more. At the camp bikers enjoyed food and drinks at the many tables scattered through the wooded grounds. You could take a hayride around the property. Some vendors were setup, too. The Big Pot Winner of $1,500 was David McCoy, Newton, NC. Travis Hildebrand, Icard, NC, won $1,000, and Tipton Deitz, Hickory, won $500. Debra Smith, Connelly Springs, NC, won the 50/50. Dennis McClean, Drexel, NC, won Best of Show in the bike show. “It’s a Jesus thing,” said Randy Carswell, main organizer. “When you start to do something good like this, God sends you the people you need to help.” “One of those people is Art Reagle the camp caretaker. He introduced us to South Mountain Christian Camp and showed us the need. God started talking to me and I gave in and did it.” Randy said there are lots of people to thank for helping with

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the Ultimate Big Pot Fun Run. The Christian Motorcyclists Association, Rescue Riders, Marion, NC; Freedom Biker Church, Hickory, NC; CMA Peace Makers, Boone, NC; Carolina Faith Riders, Sandy Ridge Baptist Church, Hickory, CMA Servants of Righteousness, Icard, NC; South Mountain Christian Camp, and Roberts Sing Karaoke & DJ Services. The main sponsors were Ron & Marty Hall at Blue Ridge Harley-Davidson, Hickory; Gold King, Hickory; 92.1 Big Dawg, Morganton, NC, Concerned Bikers Association Hickory Chapter, and The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine. “I want to thank all the riders who came out,” Randy said. “And Robert Kincaid, O.A. and Charlotte Fish, Keith Bumgarner, Tim Austin, Bub, Jeff Lackey, Bob and Ann Sargent, Art Reagle, and my wife Teresa.” Thank God for such a nice day to ride.

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Myrtle Beach H-D 110th Birthday Party

By: Everette “EZ” Short While most American companies are on life support and showing fearful signs of Alzheimer syndrome, HarleyDavidson was alive and kicking for its 110th birthday bash. On Thursday August 26th, Harley-Davidson outlets, riders, and dealers across the country celebrated a big birthday that almost didn’t happen. In Myrtle Beach, the weather was gorgeous when all the stops got kicked out for a party featuring killer slaw and BBQ with all the fixin’s, cool served ice cream, a giant fire licked birthday cake, and great live music from the jammin’ talents of Shaywise. Big crowds flowed through the party from about noon until the shop closed and everyone had a chance to roll the dice in hopes to win their own brand new Harley-Davidson. All in all, it was a good time that was well attended, with a lot of motorcycles being rolled out to take pictures with their brand new owners. If you were there, then you know it was a party to be at. If you’ve been alive in the USA any time throughout the last

century, then you know all about the trials and tribulations of the American legacy that is The Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Company. Theirs is an epic story and the fact that H-D thrives in the midst of our collapsing economy is a lesson to all of us. H-D’s newest models show that designers and management are truly listening and their recent innovations have created a product line that is unlike anything ever produced. While the world is spinning out of control, Harley-Davidson has kept their fist in the throttle, and the gambles of the past 110 years are paying off. May we all live as long and be half as prosperous. Get out to Myrtle Beach HarleyDavidson at 4710 South Kings Hwy in Myrtle Beach, SC for a ride or call (843) 369-5555 for more info. You can always find them on the web at www. myrtlebeachharley.com or like them on Facebook. The end of the year is always a great time to find a deal on these American made machines that have a lifeline lasting well over 110 years. Just be sure to get there before someone blows out all your candles.

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Smokin’ Harley-Davidson Intros 2014’s

By: Rick Gammons Before I ever got within sight of Smokin’ HarleyDavidson Saturday (Aug. 31) I could hear the music pierce the morning air, signaling something big was about to happen. It was the celebration of Harley’s “110 Years of Freedom”. By mid-morning, the parking lot was busting at the seams. Bikers were rolling in from all around to check out the festivities and to eyeball the line of 18 new Harley-Davidson motorcycles, which had started showing up earlier in the week. The early riders were there to ride in the Jim “Catfish” Hunter Foundation, a benefit for ALS in honor of Tommy Young organized by the Winston-Salem H.O.G. Chapter #2619. At 10:30, the music was drowned out by sweeter music – more than 100 motorcycles! They roared out for a ride through Forsyth and Stokes counties escorted by local law enforcement. Meanwhile, other bikers rolled in to check out those gorgeous 2014 HDs and the new 2013s still available at Smokin’ HD. Vendors and exhibits were available to entertain those who came by. The “ Pink Fire Truck” for Pink Heals of the Piedmont was there to gather support in the research of cancer in women. Burgers and dogs were available at the tent just outside Smokin’s front door as well as Freeborne’s Eatery just up the hill, where you can always find the Freeborne Girls who keep

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The 13th Annual Ride For The Animals By: Everette “EZ” Short They say that every dog has his day, but on Saturday, September 14th, more than 100 motorcycles showed up for a full day of beautiful scenery and sunshiny riding across the Strand to help out with the furry friends at The Humane Society of North Myrtle Beach. From 10am and on through the noon hour, people came from all over the Carolinas and surrounding states to register at The North Myrtle Beach Harley-Davidson Store at the Beach. The ladies from the Humane Society of NMB were all on deck and stationed throughout the stops to look good while they dealt the cards with smiles and whooping yelps of fun. Dirty Dick’s was the first quick minute stop up Kings Highway, before running a short jaunt to Captain Poo’s on the waterway. Once there, I actually managed to get part of the group to stand still long enough for a quick shot, while enjoying a delicious pound of steamed shrimp and a cold beer that went down in a heartbeat. Soon enough, it was off for a good long ride to Captain Seaweed’s at the wonderland of Bucksport Marina. The next stop was Badd Kitty, an adult supermarket off the 17 By-pass that aims to put the spice back in your love life. Finally, the crowd wandered down to Murrell’s Inlet for prizes and fun. The day went without incident and many out of state riders seemed happy to lose their helmets, while others clung to their lids, all the while scowling at those of us with naked noggins. Sparkey won the $100 prize and donated it back to The Humane Society of NMB. That is how it should be. Everyone

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By: Scott Wicker On Saturday, August 24th, Thunder Road Harley-Davidson hosted the 4th Annual Dean Ferris Memorial Ride. The benefit was organized and put on by the Piedmont Eagle Riders 4420, a chartered organization within the Fraternal Order of Eagles. The ride was held to raise funds that benefitted the Danville Cancer Association. The ride originally started over four years ago and was held to benefit member Dean Ferris who was critically ill at the time. Unfortunately, Dean passed away literally days before the first event was held, but his memory was truly not forgotten and will truly live on forever due to the hard work of The Eagle Riders, friends, and family to put on this annual benefit.

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Place - Brooks Stevenson, 5th Place - Matt Rothrock, 6th Place - Richard Robbins. Mad Dog Modified: 1st Place - Willie Lane, 2nd Place - Shane Fox, 3rd Place - Mike Lane. Charger: 1st Place - Heath Cope, 2nd Place - Matt Brown, 3rd Place - Brent Field, 4th Place - Josh Byrd, 5th Place - Matt Rothrock, 6th Place - David Sebastian, 7th Place - Tim Pope, 8th Place - Spud Taylor. “We have thoroughly enjoyed the flat track program this season and look for it to grow next year,” said Anita Williams, track owner. “Our November race will be a doubleheader of sorts. The points classes will race each other and the track will provide payoff with no entry fee from the riders. Then we will have our normal classes with some bonus money. Plus our awards ceremony is scheduled for 10:30 am. So it should be a busy race day.” Woodleaf Speedway is about 15 miles East of Statesville. Take Exit 49A off I-77 like you are going to Tilley H-D and head East on Hwy. 70. Turn North on Hwy 801, after the blinking light, turn right on Potneck Road and the track is on your right.

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Story and photo by Alan Dockery Despite rainouts and rescheduling, flat track motorcycle racers and fans have hung in there to enjoy a great season of racing at Woodleaf Speedway in North Carolina. Only a couple races remain so if you want to see good old-fashioned flat tracking plan a ride to Woodleaf for October 12 or the daytime race on November 16. Weather was nice for the September 14th race and looked like a good turnout. They run lots of classes so everyone from kids to old guys can get in on the fun. Here’s how the final races that night turned out. Beginner 50cc: 1st Place - Nicholas Fox, 2nd Place - Isabella Little, 3rd Place - Cate Brown. 50cc: 1st Place - Trenton Hill, 2nd Place - Justin Sealy, 3rd Place - Cherish Taylor. 70-125cc: 1st Place Samantha McKinney, 2nd Place - Taylor Gilbert, 3rd Place - Cory Webb. 0-200cc: 1st Place - Graylin Carter, 2nd Place Brent Field, 3rd Place - Gary Yates, 4th Place - Josh Byrd, 5th Place - Cory Webb, 6th Place - Daniel Poole. MX Open: 1st Place - John McKinney, 2nd Place - Gary Yates, 3rd Place - Mack Laughridge. 40 Plus: 1st Place - Steve Wester, 2nd Place - Tim Mitchell, 3rd Place - Gene Church, 4th Place - Dale Smith, 5th Place - Keith Miller. Open Amateur: 1st Place - Brent Field, 2nd Place - Heath Cope, 3rd Place Matt Brown. Open Pro: 1st Place - Buster McCoy, 2nd Place - Shane Fox. Pro Amateur: 1st Place - Jerry Steele, 2nd Place - Buster McCoy, 3rd Place - Steve Wester, 4th Place - Tim Mitchell, 5th Place - Brent Field, 6th Place - Shane Fox. Vintage 250: 1st Place - Mike O’Neal, 2nd Place - Graylin Carter, 3rd Place - Rick Little, 4th Place - Ken Steele, 5th Place - Grady Cagle, 6th Place - Dale Baker, 7th Place - Hank Horn. Vintage Open: 1st Place Jerry Steele, 2nd Place - Mike O’Neal, 3rd Place - Pete Lawson, 4th Place - Rex Trent, 5th Place - Keith Miller, 6th Place - Brian Queen, 7th Place - Grady Cagle, 8th Place - Mark Byerly. Mad Dog: 1st Place - Shane Fox, 2nd Place - Danny Sealy, 3rd Place - John Colavito, 4th

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By: Rick Gammons Remember when you were 16? The ability to drive, girls (or guys), proms, parties with friends, getting into trouble, or travel with a new found freedom of the coming of age. Kinsley, a drop dead gorgeous 16-year-old woman, doesn’t have the luxury of experiencing these things. She suffers from a neurological disorder called Chiari Malformation. The explanation was a bit weird to me. I have never heard of a situation like this before. The bottom part of her brain descends out of the bottom of the skull and crowds the spinal cord putting pressure on the brain and spine disrupting the flow of cerebrospinal fluid. There is no cure and she can no longer be left alone. She suffers from headache, balance problems, shortness of breath, neck and back pain, dizziness, shortness of breath, and passes out several times a day. When I arrived at Fat Mac Pork Schop on Saturday, August 24th, Kinsley had passed out in the van that she arrived in. This happened six times during her stay at Fat Macs, but, being the trooper she is, she was soon back with her friends and family and actually stayed until 9 or 10 pm. She finally gave in and left for home after a long day. Fat Mac’s Pork Schop really stepped up for Kinsley, plus provided great food, beer and drinks, and games. That morning was breakfast and registration for the ride! Have you been to a ride that served you breakfast lately? Good job guys! About 11am, 60 bikes left Fat Macs and headed up Main Street, to HWY 311 and south on their way to Tuckertown Lake and back. No bars or clubs, just an easy ride in the country. Meanwhile, back at Fat Mac’s, they were getting ready for

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By: Sarah Hager On August 18th, The Ray Price Akea Drag Racing Team made history at Seattle’s Pacific Raceways track by setting a new track record for Nitro Harley. Rider Tommy Grimes beat the number one qualifier in the finals with the record-setting pass of 6.193 seconds at 242.54 MPH. Grimes’ first pass of the weekend in qualifiers was 6.510 seconds at 218.19 MPH. With each pass, Grimes continued to shave off time. His second pass was 6.372 seconds at 215.41 MPH, and then he positioned himself into the number two qualifier position with another quick run of 6.317 seconds at 221.34 MPH to Steve Dorn, the number one qualifier with a time of 6.289 seconds at 220.04 MPH. The first elimination round placed Grimes racing against Dana Meeks. Grimes came out on top with a run of 6.308 seconds at 229.86 MPH. He beat Mike Pelrine next with a time of 6.248 seconds at 231.68 MPH, bringing him to the final round against Steve Dorn. This was Grimes’ best run of the season,

running 6.193 seconds at 242.54 MPH. “It was a great weekend,” Ray Price said. “The track personnel did a great job preparing the track and made it a fun weekend of racing. Our team did a fantastic job of reading the track and dialing the bike to maximize the performance of each pass and Tommy did a superb job of riding the bike and making each pass count.” The Ray Price Motorsports team sends sincere thanks to all their sponsors for their support. They include our Primary Sponsors: Akea, Ray Price Harley-Davidson, with special thanks to our Associate Sponsor Raleigh H. O. G. and our Support Sponsors: Vanson Leathers, PJ1 Products, RC Components, CP Pistons, Royal Purple, Barnett Clutches & Cables, Autolite Sparkplugs, Mickey Thompson Tires, Gates Belts, Nationwide Insurance, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, JIMS USA, Industrial Machine Solutions and Wiley X. Additional thanks: Bill Hayes, Hargis Consulting, Ultra Pro Machining and Freddie Robbins.

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The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine staff screens hundreds of jokes each month. We make no claim to being politically correct. Most PC jokes just aren’t funny. If you are offended by any of the jokes on this page, take heart in the fact that we go to great lengths to offend everyone equally. This is not a hate crime! At our house we call it “pickin” and it is symbolic of your acceptance in the group. We live in the United States Of The Offended, so get over it!!

A couple was getting ready to go to a Halloween party but the wife had a terrible headache. She told her husband to go anyway. After a short argument he agreed, and she took some aspirin and went to bed. Later she awoke and felt great, so she decided to go to the party and see what her hubby did when she wasn’t around. As soon as she arrived, she noticed him on the dance floor getting very friendly with every hottie in the place, and groping them when he could. She then cut in and rubbed close to him. When the song ended, he leaned over and whispered in her ear, “Let’s go outside.” So the two costumed characters snuck off and occupied themselves in one of the parked cars. Midnight was to be the unveiling of the partygoers, so she slipped out and went home before the clock struck twelve. When he got home she asked, “How was the party? Did you meet any interesting people?” He replied, ‘‘you know me, dear. I don’t have a good time when you’re not with me. I ran into a few friends and we ended up in the basement playing poker. It wasn’t very fun at all. But the guy I loaned my costume to had the time of his life!”

A guy is looking for a place to sit in a crowded university library. He asked a girl: “Do you mind if I sit beside you?” The girl replied in a loud voice: “I don’t want to spend the night with you!” All the students in the library started staring at the guy; He was truly embarrassed and moved to another table. After a couple of minutes, the girl walked quietly to the guy’s table and said with a laugh: “I study psychology, and I know what a man is thinking. I guess you felt embarrassed, right?” The guy then responded in a loud voice: “$500 for one night? . . . That’s too much!” All the people in the library looked at the girl in shock. The guy whispered to her: “I study law, and I know how to screw people.”

A man was sitting on a lawn sunning and reading, when he was startled by a fairly late model car crashing through a hedge and coming to rest on his lawn. He helped the elderly driver out and sat her on a lawn chair. “My goodness” he exclaimed, “you are quite old to be driving!” “Yes” she replied,” I am old enough that I don’t need a license anymore. The last time I went to my doctor he examined me, and asked if I had a driver’s license. I told him yes and handed it to him. He took scissors out of a drawer, cut the license into pieces and threw them in the wastebasket.” ”You won’t be needing this anymore,” he said. “So I thanked him and left.”

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An Italian, a Frenchman and an Aussie were talking about screams of passion. The Italian said: “Last night I massaged my wife all over her body with the finest extra virgin olive oil, then we made passionate love and I made her scream, non stop for five minutes.” The Frenchman said: “Last night I massaged my wife all over her body with special aphrodisiac oil from Provence and then we made passionate love. I made her scream for fifteen minutes straight.” The Aussie said: “That’s nothing! Last night I massaged my wife, y’know, all over her body with a special butter. I caressed her entire body with the butter, and then made love and I made her scream for two long hours.” The Italian and Frenchman, astonished, asked, “Two full hours? ...wow! That’s phenomenal. How did you do it to make her scream for two hours?” The Aussie replied, “I wiped my hands on the curtains.” Little Johnny attended a horse auction with his father. He watched as his father moved from horse to horse, running his hands up and down the horse’s legs and rump, and chest. After a few minutes, Johnny asked, “Dad, why are you doing that?” His father replied, “Because when I’m buying horses, I have to make sure that they are healthy and in good shape before I buy.” Johnny, looking worried, said, “Dad, I think the UPS guy wants to buy Mom!”

A construction worker on the third floor of a building needs a handsaw. He sees one of the laborers on the first floor and yells down to him, but the man indicates that he can’t hear. So, the guy on the third floor tries to use signs. He points to his eye, meaning, “I”, then at his knee, meaning, “need”, then he moves his hand back and forth, meaning, “handsaw”. The man on the first floor nods then drops his pants and begins to masturbate. The man on the third floor freaks out and runs down to the first floor yelling, ‘’What the hell is wrong with you! Are you stupid or something? I was saying that I needed a handsaw!’’ The laborer looks at the carpenter and says, ‘’I knew that. I was just trying to tell you that I was coming.’’ One day a man goes to a pet shop to buy a parrot. The assistant takes the man to the parrot section and asks the man to choose one. The man asks, ‘‘How much is the yellow one?’’ The assistant says, ‘’$2000.’’ The man is shocked and asks the assistant why it’s so expensive. The assistant explains, ‘‘This parrot is a very special one. He knows typewriting and can type really fast.’’ ‘‘What about the green one?’’ the man asks. The assistant says, ‘’He costs $5000 because he knows typewriting and can answer incoming telephone calls and takes notes.’’ ‘’What about the red one?’’ the man asks. The assistant says, ‘‘that one’s $10,000.’’ The man says, ‘‘what does he do?’’ The assistant says, ‘’I don’t know, but the other two call him boss.’’


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By: Scott Wicker On Saturday, August 31st, Thunder Road Harley-Davidson held its 2014 Model Harley-Davidson Release Party. No doubt, there was a lot of excitement surrounding this year’s Harley-Davidson models. One word describes them, WOW! I got an exclusive opportunity to ride the 2014 Ultra Limited. It was everything you can ever have dreamed of and more. This year’s version features many new bells and whistles never seen before on Harley’s top of the line touring machine. The 103 cubic inch engine features a liquid-cooled system that not only makes it more efficient, but to the naked eye, the feature is neatly hidden among the lower fairings. The engine has a new cam design and high air flow intake that allows for an extra boost of power in the 60 to 80 mph range that is unbelievable. The new inner fairing design features a touch screen display for the audio and navigation systems that is more than user friendly and easy to read. The outer fairing has a new air intake to provide more air to the rider and can be opened and closed easily. It also features the Daymaker® headlight and driving lamps that give great visibility for those leisurely night trips. The tour pack features a low profile sleeker design and does not compromise storage area. The hard saddle bags features release handles on the

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By: Darby Dillard August 17, 2013 was a very rainy cool day. However, the support shown for the children at this home was overwhelming. There were a few hardcore bikers riding. But, like I always say, “You don’t have to ride a motorcycle to come join us at the home!” Most of us just happen to ride. The turnout was tremendous. Especially for a day like we had. I would like to thank our long time supporters Speedway H-D, The Buffalo Troopers, Law Petroleum, Portia’s Pastries, Smiley’s Cycle Works, United Claims, M&M Landscaping, J.T.’s Floor Coverings, Standard Contracting Inc., Sic Customs, Betty’s Gang, and The Rockwell Gang, and just as important, if not more important, each and everyone who supported the children by bringing a gift from the wish list. Thank you very much! We need all of the support we can get and every donation, from the smallest to the largest, is very much appreciated. They are all very important! I can’t stress that enough. It’s always a pleasure to see everyone! Plus, it’s always a pleasure to meet newcomers when they attend. I know personal schedules keep some from attending, but it’s always good to see you when you’re with us. So, if you haven’t visited lately, we miss you and would love to see you soon. Our next party is 10-19-2013 for the fourth quarter Birthday Party/Cookout and the Christmas Toy Run will be 12-142013. Keep an eye on www.BikersWithACause.com/ for more information. The lists are usually posted about a month ahead of the event. Thank you all very much! God bless each and everyone of you!

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General Livingston and ROTC Cadets By: Old Spook American Legion Riders hosted the 911 Commemorative Poker Run on September 7th in support of the families of soldiers who have died in the line of duty during our war on terror. Since 911, many of the families of soldiers are now single parent households with less of an opportunity to send their children to college. The American Legion Riders stepped in to support these families in their time of need. This run was an opportunity to help a low country family, the

Yecke’s, who lost their husband and father, First Sergeant Paul Yecke, 2 years ago after serving 26 years in the Air Force. Mrs. Yecke’s son, Caleb, is due to attend college and the fund set up by the Legion Riders will help him do that. The run proved quite successful and $2750 was raised to benefit Caleb’s college fund. The 4th annual running of the event, was strongly supported by the local community. Thanks to the Legion Rider’s positive image of bikers in the low country, over 35 sponsors stepped forward to participate in the event. The stops included Northridge Custom Cycle, Badd Kitty, Parson Jack’s, the Fillin Station, Whaley’s, and the Pavilion. Greg Lenox of the Francis Marion Hotel in downtown Charleston generously donated $1000 to the scholarship fun. The after party was held at the Pavilion, which featured a flag line and honor guard hosted by Master Chief Tim Strickland, head instructor of the ROTC program at West Ashley High School. More than 20 cadets participated in the honor guard that introduced Major General Livingston, a Medal of Honor recipient. After the check was present to Mrs. Yecke, she addressed the crowd and told them how touched she was by this support of her husband’s service. She pointed out that many of the troops coming home are experiencing unusual medical problems that the Armed Forces have not been able to diagnose. There weren’t many dry eyes in the house after her talk.

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Gorby’s Machine Is Rolling

By: Everette “EZ” Short In the middle of Ohio, Bill Gorby had a dream. When he bought his first HarleyDavidson Fat Boy in 1999, he wanted all the cool upgrades that make a bike stand out. Unfortunately, working in a machine shop next to the Quaker City Dragstrip in Salem, he didn’t have the money for custom wheels and parts. So, he began making his own. When he etched and cut his wheels with a bar and shield design punched straight through them, everyone wanted a pair. Bill quickly began buying up wheels and stock parts, etching, cutting, and selling more than he could keep up with. When his wheels caught the attention of Rick Hoffman from Logic Motorcycles, the die was cast that would lead him to open a shop on the shores of South Carolina. By 2002, Bill had a plan, when Gorby’s Machine rolled out to cut wheels and parts from a new 5,000 square foot design lab in Myrtle Beach. Today, if your eyes get caught up on a big-wheeled monster like the Cross Country Cruiser from Victory or a Camtech

Custom Bagger, then you’ve seen the fantastic works of Gorby’s Machine. Their most recent creation is a recordbreaking 32” spinner that was brought to life before a tire had even been released to wrap around these killer cuts of spinning aluminum. Gorby’s Machine now operates 6 CNC cutters that whirl and whiz around the clock, with 2 powder coating booths trying to keep up. Gorby’s Machine has also grown into a worldwide phenomena with orders for their products coming in from around the globe daily. Bill and his team of hard working metal heads now design and produce over 300 custom parts. Many are made exclusively for Victory Motorcycles. You can see their work locally on most of the custom big wheel baggers coming out of Coastal Victory in Murrell’s Inlet. Their products also grace the big wheel wonders of Camtech Customs and several Harley models including the V-Rod and his first love - The Fat Boy. All of Gorby’s Machine products are 100% American made. They have branched out their line to include air cleaners, floorboards, pegs, grips, and about any other part you can imagine. Bills has designs on the computer that have reached far beyond what he even imagined when he started this adventure 14 years ago. Visit www.gorbysmachine.com for a better look at some amazing art brought to life. I have to warn you Once you see it, you’re gonna want it on your ride so you, too, can rock and roll with the Big Wheels!

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NHRA Division Race At Bristol

Story and photo by Alan Dockery On the first weekend of September, the thunder of Harley-Davidson drag bikes filled the valley at Bristol Dragway as part of the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series presented by Frito Lay. This is the National Hot Rod Association divisional racing series which, starting this year, includes Harleys. Bristol was the ninth of the ten race series for the motorcycles. The new Harley-Davidson Drag Racing Series includes Top Fuel, Pro Dragster, Pro Gas, Street Pro, Hot Street, and Draggin’ Bagger classes. Half of the eight-bike Top Fuel field was from North Carolina. Mark Cox, Wilkesboro, NC; Tommy Grimes, Winston-Salem, NC; Jay Turner, Julian, NC, and Tracy Kile, Asheville, NC, qualified for Saturday’s eliminations. Tommy rode the Ray Price/Akea Harley-Davidson machine to the final round, but lost to Doug Horne. Dale Nilles, Wilkesboro, NC, qualified at the top of the Pro Dragster field. Dale had a great year in the Harley series winning four times. Johnny Vickers, Millers Creek, NC, qualified fourth, but put the rest of the field on the trailer as he took the class win. “The season went better than expected,” said Kris Schoonover, Harley-Davidson Racing Manager. “Top Fuel was more

Johnny Vickers (far lane) and Dale Nilles (near) in qualifying. than expected and Pro Dragster is coming along. We raced nationwide and had great competition. I was excited to see racers and fans excited about this series. Next year marks 100 years of Harley-Davidson having a racing department. We are committed to racing.”

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By: Scott Wicker On Saturday, August 3rd, friends, family, and supporters gathered to raise funds for the family of Amy Huskey and her baby daughter, Khloe. Amy and Khloe died tragically in an automobile accident in Northern Alamance County in the early hours of Thursday, July 18th. Amy is survived by her two daughters and fiancé. Amy was a day care worker and she and Khloe will be truly missed by family and friends. The ride started at Lucky’s Saloon at 12 noon on August 3rd. Stops included Backstreet Bar in Burlington, B Friendly’s in Burlington, The Old Ski Lodge in Ossipee, and Cuz’s in the Hopedale Community.

Once back at Lucky’s, everyone was provided with great entertainment and delicious food. In all, over $2600 was raised to help the family of these two precious people. Our prayers go out to Amy and Khloe’s family. Thanks to everyone who unselfishly came out for this benefit. Thanks also goes out to Lucky’s Saloon for hosting the event. Ride safe!

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NHRA Carolina Nationals At zMAX Dragway Story and photo by Alan Dockery The National Hot Rod Association made their second stop of the year at zMAX Dragway, Concord, NC, in September for the Carlyle Tools Carolina Nationals presented by NAPA Auto Parts. Three Carolina racers made the highly competitive field during the weekend at the country’s finest dragstrip. The Carolina Nationals was the first race in the NHRA Countdown to the Championship where they reset the points for the top ten teams and started the championship chase. Several of the racers and teams in the Top Fuel, Funny Car, and Pro Stock Car classes are from the Carolinas. But I was there to cheer on the three North Carolina teams running Pro Stock Motorcycle. Matt Smith, King, NC, has had a great season on the Viper Motorcycle Company Buell. The 2007 NHRA National Champ came into the Countdown second in points. At the Carolina Nationals Matt dominated qualifying taking the number one spot. Angie Smith, King, NC, put the Stocksteth Buell in the field at 14th. Shawn Gann, Stoneville, NC, qualified his Pirana Z Racing Buell 13th in the 16-bike Pro Stock Motorcycle field. Eliminations didn’t go as well for the Carolina teams. Shawn and Angie both lost in the first round. Matt lost on a hole shot in the second round to eventual winner Andrew Hines on the

Matt Smith was second in NHRA National Points at the start of the Countdown to the Championship Screamin’ Eagle, Vance & Hines, Harley-Davidson V-Rod. He left zMAX second in national points. As the NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle class winds down for the season, we motorcycle drag racing fans will stay tuned in and hopefully cheer Matt on to another national championship.


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Thunder In The Smokies Fall Motorcycle Rally By: WildThing The weather on the weekend of September 13-15 was nearly perfect! First of all it did not rain, with beautiful blue shies and puffy clouds, and the temps were in the 60’s and low 70’s, and no humidity. Mother Nature surely smiled on Chris and Lori and they did a fantastic job of procuring music, a variety of vendors, and contests to make this weekend spectacular. Our first stop Friday evening after checking into our hotel was Salty Dogs for some of their great wings and cold beer. Then we rode over to the Maggie Valley Festival Grounds where Mickie James and her band were rocking out the tunes to a background cacophony of roaring motorcycles. The grounds was tightly packed with neat rows of bikes as the riders enjoyed the music, visited the vendors, or just converged on the tables near the bar to relax and enjoy. The lights at the vendors’ tents created halo around the perimeter of the festival grounds and beckoned bikers to come see what they were offering. At the food vendors, all you had to do is follow your nose! After a hearty breakfast at Country Vittles on Saturday morning, we stopped by Wheels Through Time Museum to see what acquisitions Dale Walksler had added to the Museum and to compliment Dale and his son, Matt, on their new reality show: “What’s in the Barn”. We moved on to the festival grounds in time for the bike show. This show was free to enter and attracted all makes and models. Lanier Law Group sponsored the $500 prize. When rally goers rode through the gate in the morning, they received a red ticket to vote on their favorite bike in the show. There were 32 bikes that I counted and the competition was stiff. After an hour, Chris had his girls count the red tickets in the upturned helmet beside the front wheel of the bikes and the people chose a highly decorated, patriotic, veteran themed 1999 Kawasaki Drifter, owned by Chief. It is an impressive motorcycle. Next on the entertainment schedule was the bike games sponsored by Richard Lester’s chain of A.I.M. (Aid to Injured Motorcyclists) attorneys. They held the slow race first and the top three challenged each other to a grudge runoff that was supposed to take place at the end of the games but by then I think the grudge had been forgotten! The traditional weenie bite was next and had so many con-

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testants they only held one heat. Only 2 of the 17 caught a bite of the weenie and the size of the bite determined the winner! Chris had a new game this year that he called “bouncing boobies”. He provided 4 of those inflated hopper balls that the women had to ‘hop’ down the course to their partner and he had to ‘hop’ back to win. As you can imagine, the spills some of the contestants took kept everyone laughing. The final game played is like musical chairs only the women ride on the back of their partner’s motorcycle in a circle until the signal is given to jump off and dig for a can of beer in a pile of straw. There is always one less than the number of contestants, so the winner is declared by process of elimination. Only the hardy, non-asthmatic play this one! Thanks to the Christian Motorcyclists’ Association members who assisted Chris with all the bike games. After the bike games, there was a logging demonstration and the opening band, Adam Dean Mullins took the stage at 5:30. A lot of folks, including Mark & I, left after the games for a bite to eat and returned in the evening to rock the night away with Cody McCarver. It was a beautiful cool evening, just right to cap off the exciting day. Sunday morning was another beautiful day and if the rally goers had time, there was a free pancake breakfast at the Festival Grounds and a church service at 10am with live music. It was so nice after all the rain we’ve endured this summer, that I’m sure the open road beckoned many riders. And so it goes, another good rally is in the archives of The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine. Be sure to mark your calendar and watch The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine Cruisin’ Calendar in the spring of 2014 for the next installment of Thunder In The Smokies scheduled for May 2-4.


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Marion Moose Riders 9th Annual Bike Show By: Trudi Ashby Wow, Aug 31st started off with all our wonderful volunteers getting everything set up and ready for a great day of events. Then while we were still working we grabbed a biscuit and kept going. The vendors started arriving at 7:30 and starting filling up the parking lot. Thanks to all the vendors that came out and btw, vendor spots are free for those who would like to come next year. Then the bikes started rolling in around 9:30. We had a total of 59 bikes enter our show this year. All bike entrees received a free lunch ticket with registration. Lunch began at 11:30 and the line was served until the food ran out. The judging began at 12:00 and they had hard decisions to make but trophies were presented at 12:30. Our trophies were made by Broken Spoke out of Asheville, NC. Here is a list of our winning bikes this year. Burn Out: Will Singleton. People’s Choice Bike: Teresa Burns. Vintage Class: 1st Place - Ronnie Watts. Sportster Class: 1st Place - Lisa Sparks. Metric Class: 1st Place - Rick Harding, 2nd Place: Chief. Custom Class: 1st Place - Kyle Waters, 2nd Place - Brian Blanton. Touring Class: 1st Place - Terry Bartlett, 2nd Place - Mike Frederick. Big Twin Class: 1st Place - Clutch Hogan, 2nd Place - Teresa Burns. Other Class: 1st Place - Sydney Ball, 2nd Place SunShine McCurry. Kids Class: 1st Place - Darren Broom. Our burn out pit had 3 entrees this year. Lots of rubber was burned and the winner received $100 towards a new tire. (I wonder how much that tire actually cost?). Bike games started at 1:30 and the weenie bite was the crowded area. Then down came the rain and hard. Everyone ran for cover. Silent auction items were picked up and the rain continued to come down. We tried to wait it out but with no luck. We gave away the 50/50 and finally the big event of the day, the raffle for the 2003 Anniversary Edition 1200 Harley-Davidson Sportster. The winner of the bike was Julia Begley from Spruce Pine, NC. Congrats to you. All of the proceeds from this event benefitted Needy Kids Christmas in McDowell County. A BIG “Thank You” to all our sponsors who donated items for our show. You are awesome: David Johnson/Bud Man, Joey Beam’s Vindictive Ways, Progressive Riders Insurance, Bob Karney Carolina’s Biker Lawyer, David Payne’s House of Payne, Dianna’s Shop, Fatz, Frank Nederostek’s Fire & Ice, Smoky Mountain Steel Horses/Waynesville, Blue Ridge Harley-Davidson, MR Motorcycles Asheville, P & R Produce’s Al & Priscilla Reel, Avon’s Gwen Tipton, Kudzu Tattoo’s SunShine McCurry, East Coat Cycle’s Billy Cole, CNC Thunder’s Eddie Jolley, The Jug, & Broken Spoke’s DeWayne Ball.

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By: Rick Gammons What do you normally do on Sunday afternoon? Most bikers are finishing that last beer or two before heading to the house before dark. Those of us that do not subscribe to this kind of Sunday wound up at Fat Mac Pork Schop (AGAIN!) for an evening of bluegrass. The Double H Bluegrass Band put on quite a performance. There were a lot of standard bluegrass songs by the likes of Johnny Cash and Bill Monroe. They also did some bluegrass tributes to Janis Joplin and The Eagles. The BBQ complimented the music and was incredible, as usual. Beer and drink specials topped off the experience. Sometimes spectacular events happen at the tail end of the weekend. Shutting down early sometime means missing little gems that happen at odd times. When I interviewed Janis about Fat Mac, she told me that she wants something going on all the time. For a company in startup, she is well on her way. It’s going to be tough for other business in the area to keep up. Good luck Janis. I’ll see you soon, and I will be hungry! Fat Mac’s Pork Schop is located at 1807 N. Main Street in High Point, NC. Check ‘em out and tell them that The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine sent you.

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Peace Do you ever get that feeling that you would like time to stand still just for a few minutes so you could get some peace and quiet? Sometimes life gets so busy and there are just too many deadlines, due dates, and past due notices. We have a tendency to get so caught up in racing the clock, trying to buy some time, and extending the date, that we just get over come with frustration. Now, don’t get me wrong the dates and times and work and bills are all important, and part of our daily lives, but sometimes they just seem to take over and push us and pressure us and we find ourselves worked up, agitated, to the point that we can’t even sleep. So, as I thought about all this, I realized that the one thing that is missing in all this is peace. People always say we need “world peace” and in the 60s and 70s, “peace” was what we all wanted and searched for. So, I looked up peace in the Dictionary: “Peace - a state in which there is no war or fighting, freedom from disturbance, quiet and tranquility.” After reading the definition, I realized we are all lacking in this area in some ways. So, how do we find peace today? In the Apostle Paul’s letter to the Romans, Chapter 8 verse 6 says, “So let-

ting your sinful nature control your mind leads to death. But letting the Spirit control your mind leads to life and peace.” Psalm 29:11 also tells us, “The Lord gives His people strength. The Lord blesses them with peace.” The Word of God tells us that being lead by the spirit we find peace and it also says the Lord blesses us with peace. If you are caught up in the hustle and bustle of life and trying to find some peace for you life, look no further. Jesus is offering us peace and and blessings today! I’ll leave you with a verse to think about. Philippians 4:6-7; “Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank Him for all He has done. Then you will experience God’s peace, which exceeds anything we can understand. His peace will guard your hearts and minds as you live in Christ Jesus.” No Jesus - no peace or know Jesus - know peace! Ask Jesus for peace. Pray the biker’s prayer on this page. Mean it in your heart as you pray it out loud and experience the peace that passes all understanding. Love and Prayers, Robin St. John


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