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The Holidays are here!!! I would first like to take this time to wish all of the biker community and my family and friends a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! 2013 is behind us and we are looking at the fresh start of a new year. That also means we are getting super close to the event of the year, THE FLORIDA MOTORCYCLE EXPO AND BIKE BUILDER INVITATIONAL at Quaker steak and Lube January 24-26, 2014. make your plans now for this weekend as it is going to be bigger and better than ever! Full Throttle has plans almost every weekend in December and January with toy runs, benefits, poker runs and all the motorcycle community does in the holiday season for people who are less fortunate. Jim's Harley Toy Run is the first day in Dec. this year and we will be there with the Fire Truck doing the parade! We will also be at the Suncoast Brotherhood Toy Run on December 15th as we have done this one since the beginning. This was actually one of the first events my father did when he started the magazine 17 long years ago, so we hold this event close to our hearts. Then on December 21st Full Throttle will have our Teddy Bear Toy Run that starts at Tampa Harley-Davidson on Dale Mabry Highway and goes just up the street to St. Joseph's Children's Hospital where the kids will be outside waiting for all the bikers to show up. It's a great feeling putting a smile on a kids face when you know they don't want to be in the hospital at that time of the year! Please do as much good as possible during this time of the year for the people who really need it, and don't forget our veterans. The Florida Motorcycle Expo and Bike Builder Invitational is coming together very nicely. Friday night January 24th. We are starting off with The Soul Circus Cowboys and we added an LED bike show and the burlesque group Le Teaze will be doing a show right before Greg Billings takes the stage at 8pm. Saturday is going to be crazy with events all day long, bands all day long, $100 an hour give-a-ways brought to you by St. Pete Powersports, The Miss Full Throttle Bikini Contest, Free fireworks display and we are capping the night off with a great performance by Bobby Friss and the Black Honkey's. Sunday has Jaded rocking the day and we will be wrapping it up with Stormbringer and all the big bike show awards including the winner of the $5,000 cash and the custom made Diamond Championship Ring created by Continental Wholesale Diamonds! this is going to be the one event of the year you will not want to miss. If you are a vendor, call us ASAP (Office #'s - 727-935-4875 or 813814-1424) as at this time we are more than 50% sold out on booths and they are going fast! We are also looking for a few more sponsors if you are looking to get involved and get your name out there! See you all at Quaker steak and Lube, January 24th-26th, 2014. I would like to wish a happy birthday to all of my friends and family who will be celebrating in the month of December: Dawn Thornhill, Panhead Lee, Paul Eastman, Cary "Flash" Holt, Jill Firkus, LaTosha Vanden, Richard Nordstrom, Richard Rubin, Karen Brooks, Ron Randall, Dean Pence, Lora Todd, Ashley Buckley, Scott N Kim Burke, Daniel Eastman, Christine Yvette Miranda, Jamie moore, Wendy Akers, Troy Savoie, Wendy Corazon, Michelle Steeves, Big Phil "PHILBILLY" Jacoby, Bret Rector, Michael Reed, John Sullivan, Amanda Falleur, Kruisin With Kati Ridderman, Niki Akers, Kirk Higgins, Dawn Hoffman, Brent Dushane and Scott Bertics.



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SUN. DECEMBER 1st - WEBSTER MONTHLY SWAP MEET, CAR & BIKE SHOW - Located at Webster Westside Flea Market, 516 NW 3rd. Steet (CR 478 & NW 3rd. St) Webster FL. 33597. Gates open 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM the 1st Sunday of every month rain or shine. General admission $5.00, children under 14 FREE. Show & Corral(for sale by owner) registration $10.00. Club/Organization Participation Award (10 or more vehicles registered) Trophies & Cash Prizes! Vendors welcome: outside 15' x 30' spaces $18; covered 10' x 10' $10. ATM provided by FL ATM SERVICES always on site. Contact: Jackie Smith. Email: websterswaps@aol. com Info: 800-832-7396. Reservations: 352-6284656. SUNDAY DECEMBER 1ST - 26th Annual Jim Rosenkrans' Memorial Toy Run - 7am Registration begins at Jim's H-D, 2805 54th Ave. N, ph 727-527-9672. Pre-registration fee $15 cash donation OR a NEW unwrapped toy of equal or greater value, Pre-registration ends 9am, day of event $20 donation OR NEW unwrapped toy of equal or grater value. Donate 4 cans of food and receive a commemorative drink koozie. Kickstands up at 9:30am. For health reasons, no used items or stuffed animals allowed. Recommended toys include family fun items such as games, puzzles crafts, and educational toys. Ends back at Jim's H-D with Cold Beer, Live Music, 50/50, Silent Auction, Free food for participants, info 727-527-9672. Website: FRI. DECEMBER 6TH - FRAN HAASCH TOY DRIVE - Fran Haasch and 4KIDS charity are collecting toys for needy children from 12noon till 6pm at their offices in Plam Harbor 1275 Nebraska Ave. Palm Harbor. Forr and drinks will be available for all who come and donate! For more info call Brenda at 727-784-8191 SAT. DECEMBER 7TH - Plant City Bike Fest - 5-9pm every 1st Saturday of every month at Historic Downtown Plant City, 102 N Palmer St. Free admission, Food, Drinks, live entertainment on Main Stage, bike show, 50/50 and biker games, emceed by Radical Randy, vendors and shopping in the downtown district, info The Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce, 813-754-3707. www. 10

SAT. DECEMBER 7TH - Gainesville HarleyDavidson 12th Annual That's Fire Chili Cook-Off - Noon-4pm at Gainesville HarleyDavidson, 4125 NW 97th Blvd, ph 352-331-6363. Food, Drinks, Prizes, Music by Mamocracy, benefits Five Points of Life, info 352-331-6363. www. SAT. DEC. 7TH - Biff's Kids Torys for Pinellas Kids 17th Annual Benefit Bike Show - At Biff Burger, 3939 49th St N, ph 727-527-5297. Bike show registration fee is $12 pre-registration online, $15 and a new, unwrapped toy day of show 3-7pm. Trophies to top 25, 25 Best of Show. Live Auction, Event T-shirts, 50/50 Give-a-Way, Commemorative Lapel Pins to all that register, Raffles. Making all contributions to local families. info Troy 727-244-8419, SAT. DECEMBER 7TH - Pearl Harbor Day American Legion Poker Run - 9-11am Sign up at American Legion Post 125, 6440 5th Ave. South, ph 727-347-6085. Everyone welcome! All proceeds go to Pinellas County Homeless Veterans and their Families. $15 registration, $10 passenger and extra hand. Breakfast available at registration and BBQ at the end with 50/50's, raffles, Live Band, games and fun. Stops at American Legion Posts 273 on Madeira Beach, 252 in Seminole, 104 in Pinellas Park and Post 14 in St. Pete. Come support our Veterans and see what today's American Legion is and does. We are NOT your Grandfather's American Legion!! Info Randall, 727-643-3325. SUN. DECEMBER 8TH - 10th Annual Toys for Tykes Children's Benefit -1pm at Screwie Louie's Porpoise Pub, 8701 Seminole Blvd, Seminole, FL 33708, ph 727-393-7616. Please join us for the biggest Charity Event of the year... The 10th Annual Toys for Tykes Children's Benefit Hosted by John Sullivan, TJ Sutton, & Lou Falco There is a tremendous need this year, in order to meet the demands the goal is set at $10,000 dollars. Win a 42" Big Screen TV! Raffles, Auctions, Games, Live Music from Sammy Davis Jr. and The Diamond Gray Band... with a special VIP guest appearance of a secret guest, info, 727-393-7616.

SUN. DECEMBER 8TH - Vietnam Vets MC, Legacy Vets MC "D Chapter" 29th Annual Toy Run - 9am Registration begins at Derby Lane Greyhound Track, 1490 Gandy Blvd. Noon kickstands up, Run fee $15 per person, two for $20 and an UNWRAPPED toy would be greatly appreciated. Ends at American Legion Post 138in Tampa. Entertainment, Southern Road Dogs, Free Food, Free Beer, Free Water and Sodas, music, Lots of Give0a-Ways, info Ranger 813-215-7743, or Professor 727-520-4574. SUN. DECEMBER 15TH - 33rd Annual Suncoast Brotherhood Toy Run - 10am Registration starts at K-Mart Parking Lot, 26996 US Hwy 19, Clearwater, FL 33761 (US 19 & Rte 580). Please bring a $5 donation AND an unwrapped toy per person for the foster children. 12 Noon police escorted ride leaves. Police escorted ride to the American Legion Post 275 360 Wilson St Dunedin. Noon until 5pm. Featuring: Jenna Stone Band, 50/50, Raffle , Rider Now Magazine advertised eventHuge Wheelbarrow of Cheer designed by David & Katrina (Lingenfelter, Dunrite Metal Fabricators, Inc. and CYA Powdercoating), $5.00 a ticket, and Commemorative Pins just $5.00. Procession through the streets of Dunedin to Benefit Pinellas County Foster and Adoptive Parents Assoc. Bring an unwrapped Toy/Gift and a $5.00 Donation per person. We Pride ourselves to be the Longest and Safest Toy Run in Pinellas County. Many Thanks to our Supporters, info Chuckles 727-736-4664 or Tony D. 727-678-1876. Website: SAT. DECEMBER 21ST - 16th Annual Full Throttle Teddy Bear Toy Run -10am-12pm Registration at Tampa Harley-Davidson, 6920 N Dale Mabry Hwy, ph 813-886-7433. Full Throttle Magazine's 16th Annual Teddy Bear Toy Run. Starts at Tampa Harley-Davidson and goes to St. Joseph's Children's hospital. Registration is from 10am till 12noon with kickstands up at 12noon sharp. We have a short ride to the hospital where kids will be outside and you can hand them your gifts. Registration is $10 and/ or a new toy! For info call Tony, 727-935-4875,

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The Diva Angels are the busiest group of ladies you will ever know. Throughout this year I’ve shared with you, all of the events and rides we involve ourselves in and this past month and through December is no different. The Paws For The Cause Poker Run was fantastic and well worth the time to assist for this worthwhile cause. Check out the Senior Pet Connection at and find out how you can help them. We also attended the Quaker Steak & Lube 10th Anniversary Celebration. It was so much fun and it’s always great to hang out with Bill Church and his awesome staff! Next up we worked the beer truck at Ribfest. We work this event every year because the proceeds continue to help our community with its efforts to prevent child abuse, help build a new children's hospital, contribute to many youth oriented causes, and help individuals in need in our community. Some our members took a little break and headed to Biktoberfest this year and a fantastic time was had by all! We also participated in smaller group rides both north and south of us and as always, we have an amazing time! When not on our bikes; we have Girl’s Nights Out as well as other adventures. This past month we went to the Twisted Martini for dinner and dancing. We have so much fun together! We participated in Biff’s 3rd Annual Active Military and Veterans Poker Run. This run was to honor those who have served our country and God Bless them all. Another event that is near and dear to our hearts is the Shannon Walsh Revette Memorial Ride to benefit The Faces of Courage. They are a nonprofit organization located in the Tampa Bay area that offers free camps and events for women and children with cancer and blood illnesses. Though they are located in Florida, some of the camps are attended by women and children from all over the country. Faces of Courage strives to provide a judgment-free,


comfortable atmosphere where women and children can relax and just have fun. Also, each year Santa (and the Faces of Courage Foundation) host a special Santa's Workshop Weekend camp for 80 children who have been diagnosed with cancer, sickle cell, or hemophilia and their well siblings. Since these very special children often have compromised immune systems they find it hard to shop for gifts for their family members in the crowded Malls. Santa opens a special shop just for these children at our Santa's Workshop Weekend Cancer Camp December 6-8, 2013. Because of the overwhelming shortage of elves this past year, Santa is hoping you could donate new or like new “regiftable” items for the Santa's Shop. The Divas are visiting the kids cancer camp again as we do each year and the kid’s just love to check out our bikes. The bonus is that they think we are really cool, lol. For more information please go to This year we will participate again in the Cookson Hills Toy Run. This run benefits “Forgotten" Children. These kids are special needs Individuals and they also benefit local community charities in eastern Hillsborough County. The Suncoast Brotherhood’s 33rd Annual Toy Run will take place Sunday December 15th and you can bet your boots that we will be there! It’s a short ride to the American Legion Post 275, but the amount of children and families on the parade route is incredible. You just can’t believe how it feels hearing the applause from the people on the street as well as the smiles of the children as thousands of bikes come rumbling through Dunedin. It brings tears to my eyes every time. Proceeds from this event go to the Pinellas County Foster & Adoptive Parents Association. God Bless you SCBH for a job well done every year. Last but not least, The Diva Angels want to wish each and every one of you a wonderful Holiday season and please don’t drink and drive. If you are interested in learning more about our organization, we meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at Quaker Steak Lube in Clearwater (5:30-7 social meet & greet). You can also find us every 3rdWednesday at the best Bike Night ever at QS&L. Please check out our website www.divaangels. org and find a chapter near you or visit us on Facebook! Ride safe and rubber side down.

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1. Did you always have a love and passion for motorcycles? I loved Harley’s since I can remember hearing my first one from a distance 2. How did your love of custom bike building come about? Well, to be honest I always thought I could put a team together to utilize their strengths in there position and make this company a household name. Face it, your only as good as the people you surround yourself with. I am nothing without my team and any man that says or acts like its not a team effort is arrogant or in denial. 3. How did you feel when you one your first big award in Sturgis with your custom chopper Money to Burn? It was like, Wow! A small town bunch of guys just made main stage at Sturgis! Probably one of the proudest times in my life! 4. We heard you won an award at the 2012 Easy Rider Show In Charlotte, NC, also the NC & SC Best of Show Baddest Bagger with your custom bike called Resurrection. Did that make you feel as though you had finally made it to the big time? We did we placed 2nd in the Easy Rider Super Radical Division with Money to Burn. Then, we had just finished Resurrection and showed up at the Baddest Bagger Competition in NC we took Best of Show 1st place Custom Bagger and 2nd place Custom Bagger and that’s when it hit. These are not local shows, we are against some of the best in the business with years of reputation to pole vault them to the front just from being a household name but now here we are on top and the bottom line is we got there because we worked hard day and night. From paint to the thought with accessories were all original different and the builds were very good with every line perfect. A total team effort from design to fabrication to paint. The SC show was the best because Easy Rider Bike of the Year was entered it was also named Paul Yaffee Bike of the Year Cam Tech had built the bike and he was in the house with many of his builds and don’t get me wrong respect in this industry I give it to all these guys they are the ones who are known, who busted there ass to be there and be considered at the top of the bagger game. That night I told Neal we would be lucky to get honorable mention and at last when they named best of show SC Baddest Bagger Joey Beam’s Vindictive Wayz I was like no sh** now we have made our mark. This bike was the Bike of Year! We just beat in our second show, both of which Resurrection was Best of Show. Happiest night of the Vindictive teams night because we competed and won against some of the most respected guys in the business and now our work is good enough to be mentioned with them. 5. Do you have any idea how many awards Vindictive Wayz now carries from the bikes you have built? Not really because some don’t let us know and keep in mind this is our first year really concentrating on the build. But of the ones we have sold we can confirm 12 since February. Those we do know about are all over the country, not locals and these are all judged division. I ask my guys not to enter peoples choice. We want to be judged, no popularity contest. 6. Do you feel as though you are now competing with with “big boys”? I feel like we are still learning a lot but our name is being heard more and more in the biker world. The phone is ringing off the hook and why not when with one call you are saving in some cases 12k dollars plus we pay shipping to our place and back to your home on all full builds.

9. Did you have a hard time finding the perfect team to help you see your vision at Vindictive Wayz? No, Not really. I had one old friend that I believed in. Our paint guys at BKP Paint and Tazz Price another really talented artist that I trust does most our art work. The main key is that I have a team that understands me and they are each a piece of the puzzle that makes this machine what it is. If there is one malfunction then we lose and loosing is not an option with us. 10. Why Rutherfordton, NC? Why a small town? Why not move to a larger area? It’s my home and it always will be. I can keep my overhead low and pass the savings along to the customer and give them more for their money. 11. How many custom builds do you work on per year? This is our first year and we are one our 9th build now. 12. With today’s economy how do you work with bike owners to make their dreams come true? We trade bikes they currently own, finance some, build at their pace. But each buyer is different. Anyone can find a way not to build a bike. You have to get creative to get the business. It’s up to the man who is willing to take the chances. Plus I think most realize the big guys in most cases never touch their bike but have a hourly guy do it for them and stamp a name on the points cover. I am involved in ever build. I talk to every customer, touch every bike and that is where the difference is made. 13. Do you have a showroom for the public to visit? We have a showroom full of bikes, apparel, jewelry, leather, clothing, you name it, we have it. 14. When working on a custom build, do you keep the client up to date on the build progress? He gets a progress report often on Facebook. We start with the before and then lead through the tear down and end with the presentation of the final product. 15. Have you thought about competing in a biker build-off in the future?

It’s simple. You call to speak to Joey beam and you speak to Joey Beam not someone else. Call some of the big names see if they answer or return your call. I am here for my client and until he is turning heads on the bike of his dreams my job is not done.

We received an invitation this year to the Full Throttle Bike Builder Invitational in Clearwater scheduled for January but with all the builds we had scheduled we had to decline. But we hope that we can me the Top 45 next year again and receive another invitation. It was truly an huge honor to receive that our first year. Next year we will compete for that title I hope. I and another friend have something in the works that may leave everyone scratching their head.

8. How long does it take to create a custom build from Vindictive Wayz?

16. What is the path of Joey Beam and Vindictive Wayz? Where do you see yourself this time next year?

That depends on manufactures of the wheel down to the art work but most are 3 months. If you get it here on time and don’t change up mid stream. It’s best to reserve your appointment with a deposit 4 weeks in advance so we can have the wheel in stock and ready to cut the neck or install bolt on trees for those worried about the warranty we have that fixed. Right now my first opening is on December 17 then we go to January. That is on

Who knows? I have always been 1st Class or I don’t bother. I just want to turn out these best I can to make our customers happy. 18 month or 24 month plan we will be designing and making our own bags, fairings, etc. We now have some one off stuff in the works but all that will not be production items. In time we will be your one stop shop for all bagger needs.

7. What set’s Joey Beam aside from the other builders?


full builds. We are always open for rear end conversions or front end custom kits.. There is special pricing for the kits and anyone is always free to call for questions or pricing. We love to talk shop talk!

Our builds have won from Sturgis to best of the beach 2012 Panama City Beach Florida. why are we the fastest growing bike builder in the Southeast... because we earned it.. with low overhead and a owner that’s hands on and only a phone call away from saving you thousands. We pay shipping from you to us and back to you on all full builds. Dial our number, we are saving customers as much as 12k a build. I’m Joey Beam and I guarantee your 100% satisfied or you don’t pay until you are. or Joey Beam’s Vindictive Wayz on Facebook. Most of these bikes are for sale, if you choose to build your own, don’t cheat yourself, we have seen the best and beat the best! Stop paying for names that won’t take your call or never touch your bike. I make my living off volume, not making 20k a bike. I don’t want to sell you one bike, I want to sell you and the rest of your family bikes. One call I assure you I will save you money!



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SAT – DEC 14, 2013 Put a smile on a child’s face and join us for a fun-filled day. Benefits the Foster Kids of Citrus County who will be there to receive their gifts.

Ride or Drive Everyone Is Invited! E D I R AFTER PARTY AY D I L O H NK I R D & FOOD C I S U LIVE M

Citrus County Sheriff’s Escorted Ride To Harley-Davidson of Crystal River Meet 11am – KickStandsUp 11:27am McDonalds’s/Bealls Parking Lot 2801 E Gulf To Lake Hwy, Invernness

Gifts will be accepted at the dealership until Christmas Eve.

Jaw Droppin' Customs and Full Throttle Magazine took a look at our large double axel trailer a few months ago and decided it was in need an overhaul and a new look. So Jaw Droppin' Customs took our trailer for a few months and did some major changes including new diamond plating, all new wheels, a wrap on the tail gate, some custom flames, our new logo airbrushed on the side and a whole new look. Even the rims were water tranfer dipped to look like carbon fiber and the whole project came out looking great! Full Throttle had no idea what they were doing to the trailer until they unveiled it at their Grand Opening / Open House event. We are very pleased with what they did when it was unveiled! There are even some hidden little suprises in the flames, be sure to look closer next time you see it. We would like to extend a special thank you to Jaw Droppin' for hooking us up with a great new look on our trailer! If you are looking to make some changes, be sure to give them a call and I know they will help turn your prized possession into a jaw dropper...


JAW DROPPIN' CUSTOMS 5060 110th Ave N Clearwater, Florida 33760 Phone (727) 561-7345


Well bikers, it's Christmas time again. Wow, another year has gone by. It has been a great year here at Full Throttle Magazine. One thing I love about Full Throttle is all the events we get to do and the people we get to meet. 2013 saw me travel more this year to events than ever before. From St. Petersburg to Daytona and from Key West to Panama City Beach. Thanks to everyone that has come out to support events we have attended and making them all a success. November was a great month starting with Florida Full Throttle Magazine 17th Anniversary and wrapping up


at Jannus Live with the USO Holiday Salute to our Troops Benefit Concert. December is a busy month as ever with all the great Christmas toy runs all over the area. Be sure and see the Crusin' Calendar for dates and times. Of course don't miss the Full Throttle Toy Run December 21st starting at Tampa Harley on Dale Mabry and headed over to St. Joseph's Children's Hospital. To each and everyone one I wish you all a very Merry and Blessed Christmas and a Happy and Safe New Year. May 2014 be the best year ever. Ride safe everyone and God bless. Charlie.


Hi All….The other day I sat down with the owner of Let’s Ride, Gordon Becker. ‘Hi Gordon, what’s up with the new shop?' Well let’s see…we are now in 2,200 sq. ft. space at 8135 US Hwy 19 in Port Richey, FL. 34668. Our website is and we sell everything a rider could need…from riding gear like jackets, vests, boots, chap and helmets to tools, bags, cleaners and cleaners. Too many things to list here!! We also have a pre-owned consignment section that is very popular. You never know what deals you will find there. We have an armed forces section. We sew patches onto vests. We always hand out a free bottle of water for the riders if you stop by while you are on a poker run. So drop in soon!!’ ‘Thanks Gordon’ Some of us lost a good friend in November - Jay Maddox. He played at the Full Throttle Expo in 2009 and some of you may have seen him play at places around the area. Jay liked making people smile with his music. Jay played and sang all the time and if he wasn’t playing he was out fishing, or hunting. I met Jay 5 years ago at a bar where he was playing. Some friends of mine took me to see him. I liked his music. Jay’s favorite thing to do just before a break would be to make sure everyone had a drink and he would make a toast “Holler & swaller”. So in memory of you Jay - raise your glass for a “Holler & swaller”. Till next time “Live Life to the Fullest and Party you’re a&& off “ Dew



Well, Sabrina, the girl that was Miss Webster, got married, tough luck boys! She was married Oct. 19th 2013 in Lithia FL. to Andrew Sauers. Now she is Sabrina Sauers, they met at a motorcycle endorsement class in 2010 and got engaged Nov. 2012 on a motorcycle run. Good luck to both of you and may you ride together forever. My friend Nuby from KY. was in town a while back, I took a picture of him with an elephant that was in Inverness at a friend's shop, his name is chopper. That really is a good landmark for his shop! Anyhow, I didn't know if Nuby is a republican or democrat but I thought it was a good picture of both of them either way. He says he is ging to try to ride his bike to Alaska again. Last time he went he took about 6 weeks. He is going to take another month and a half this time again. He puts lots of miles on his bikes, I remember one time he sold an Indian front end to someone in Colorado and instead of shipping it to the guy he strapped it on his bike and delivered it to him. He said it was a good excuse for a ride. Last year he went to California and pitches a tent when he travels, NO MOTELS! I bet you can find a can of sardines on his bike! SEE YOU SOON SABRINA!



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The Full Throttle 17th Anniv. Party at Quaker was a huge success this year! In fact it was bigger than last year! We had a great time with the weenie bite, slow race, bikini contest, stunt show by Jesse Toler and of course free cake for everyone! We wanted to show as many pictures as possible so enjoy! Congrats to our 17ft trophy winners, Bob Demoss and Jeff Raeuchle, If you want to see more you can go on our Facebook page and see them all! I would like to thank everyone who showed up and everyone and anyone who has ever been part of Full Throttle for helping make it to 17 years! Much love to all of our readers! Tony C.




Glaze Poly Sealant protects against fading and the oxidizing effects of acid rain and harsh airborne pollutants. Gloss Detailer spray delivers a high-gloss finish in the shortest amount of time. Use on paint, chrome, vinyl, plastic and windshields for added UV protection. Biodegradable. Chrome Clean & Shine non-abrasive cleaner is formulated to deliver maximum shine on chrome-plated surfaces. Scratch & Swirl Repair cream removes fine scratches and swirls from gloss paint in one step. Disposable Detailing Soft Cloths protect painted surfaces and minimize lint while waxing and polishing. Microfiber Detailing Cloth is soft and durable for detailing, cleaning or buffing. The washable cloth can be used wet or dry, and is safe for use on all surfaces and finishes. Detailing Swabs feature plush tips and flexible 8” shafts for detailing hard-to-reach places .Not for use on matte, semi-gloss and wrinkle finish surfaces

Enhance your passenger’s ride with an adjustable passenger backrest. This adjustable backrest allows the passenger to change the recline angle for maximum comfort. Glove-friendly locking knobs. 3 position settings provide 16 degrees of adjustment, with the mid-position that matches a standard backrest recline. Exclusive cam lock detachable design lets you add or remove the passenger backrest assembly in seconds Available in chrome and gloss black finishes.


Uniquely styled halogen fog lamps feature a 55-watt bulb and clear lens with a faceted inner reflector. Polished and chrome-plated housings. Easy to install fog lamp bolts to the front engine guard. Kit comes complete with a pair of fog lamps, fused harness, relay and switch

The perfect way to keep your bike clean and your garage organized, this bike wash bucket holds the key to lustrous shine. 3.5 gallon cleaning bucket features a removable Grit Guard® insert that keeps sponges and wash mitts away from the dirt particles that settle to the bottom. Bucket is wrapped with a convenient clipon apron that features clear vinyl pockets with mesh drains that are sized to fit Harley-Davidson® cleaning and detailing products (sold separately).Sturdy handle and snap tight lid make transportation and storage a breeze

Harley-Davidson® MotorClothes® make the perfect gift this holiday season. Experience genuine gratitude when you gift the Sequined Sweater. 100% acrylic. Rib-knit neck, cuffs, and waist. Embroidered metallic graphics on front left hem. Machine wash gentle cycle and line dry

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Chrome-plated steel and medium density fiberboard. Trademark Bar & Shield logo graphic on front of each frame. Each photo frame holds a 4� x 6� photo.



At this time of the year, when the roadblocks come up with great regularity, I would like to share a personal experience with my closest friends about drinking and driving. As you well know, some of us have been known to have had brushes with the authorities on our way home from an occasional social session over the years. A couple of nights ago, I was out for an evening with friends and had a couple of cocktails and some rather nice red wine. Knowing full well I may have been slightly over the limit, I did something I’ve never done before ~ I took a cab home. Sure enough, I passed a police road block but, since it was a cab, they waved it past. I arrived home safely without incident, which was a real surprise; as I have never driven a cab before and am not sure where I got it or what to do with it now that it’s in my garage! ***************************************** Two Irish nuns were sitting at traffi c light in their car when a bunch of rowdy drunks pulls up alongside of them. “Hey, show us your tits, ye bloody penguins!” shouts one of the drunks. The Mother Superior turns to Sister Immaculata, “I don’t think they know who we are - show them your cross. ”So Sister Immaculata rolls down her window and shouts, “Screw off ye little fookin wankers, before I come over there and rip yer balls off !” Sister Immaculata looks back at the Mother Superior and asks, “Was that cross enough?”


Apple does it again........ Apple Computer announced today that it has developed a computer chip that can store and play high fi delity music in women’s breast implants. The iTit will cost between $499.00 and A few days before Christmas, two young brothers $699.00 ... Depending on speaker size. This were spending the night at is considered to be a major breakthrough their grandparent’s house. because women have always complained When it was time to go to about men staring at their tits and not bed, and anxious to do the listening to them! right thing, they both knelt down to say their prayers. ******************************************** Suddenly, the younger one began to do so in a very loud voice. “Dear Lord, please ask CHRISTMAS Santa Claus to bring me a play-station, a ONE LINERS mountain-bike and a telescope.” What do you get when you cross an archer His older brother leaned over and nudged his brother and said, “Why are you shouting with a gift-wrapper? Ribbon hood. your prayers? God isn’t deaf.” “I know” he replied, “But Grandma is!” What goes Ho, Ho, Swoosh, Ho, Ho, Swoosh? ******************************************** Santa Claus caught in a revolving door.

A golfer is in a competitive match with a friend, who is ahead by a couple of strokes. “Boy, I’d give anything to sink this putt,” the golfer mumbles to himself. Just then, a stranger walks up beside him and whispers, “Would you be willing to give up one-fourth of your sex life?” Thinking the man is crazy and his answer will be meaningless, the golfer also feels that maybe this is a good omen so he says, “Sure,” and sinks the putt. Two holes later, he mumbles to himself again, “Gee, I sure would like to get an eagle on this one.” The same stranger is at his side again and whispers, “Would it be worth giving up another fourth of your sex life?” Shrugging, the golfer replies, “Okay.” And he makes an eagle. On the fi nal hole, the golfer needs another eagle to win. Without waiting for him to say anything, the stranger quickly moves to his side and says, “Would winning this match be worth giving up the rest of your sex life?” “Defi nitely,” the golfer replies, and he makes the eagle. As the golfer is walking to the clubhouse, the stranger walks alongside him and says, “I haven’t really been fair with you because you don’t know who I am. I’m the Devil, and from this day forward you will have no sex life.” “Nice to meet you,” the golfer replies, “I’m Father O’Malley.”

What do you call Santa’s helpers? Subordinate Clauses. What do you get when you cross a snowman with a vampire? Frostbite If athletes get athletes foot, what do astronauts get? Missletoe! A Christmas thought: STRESSED is just DESSERTS spelled backward. What’s red and white and red, red and white, and red and white? Santa Claus rolling down a hill! What do you call a letter sent up the chimney on Christmas Eve? Black mail! Why was Santa’s little helper depressed? Because he had low elf esteem. Christmas is in my heart twelve months a year and thanks to credit cards, it’s on my Visa card statement twelve months a year also.


HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL! MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR, 2014! I’d just like to say a very big hearted THANK YOU to all the shops I visited since February. You have made me feel very welcome as a rep for Full Throttle. I am committed to being the best rep I can be for MANATEE, SARASOTA, AND NORTHERN CHARLOTTE COUNTIES. God bless you, and ride safe! *A & A TRAILER HITCH CENTER, INC. = 941-746-6369 ACAPULCO TROPICAL = 941-744-1034 ACTION KAWASAKI YAMAHA = 941-7459521 ALIBI TATTOO PARLOUR (VENICE) = 941484-7800 ALICIA AUTO SALES & ACCESSORIOS = 941751-9051 ALLSTATE = 941-722-6678 *AMY’S SPARKLING CLEANING = 941-6232895 BABY BLUES TATTOO = 941-739-3738 BAD BOY BAIL BONDS = 941-799-3278 (BRADENTON) BAD BOY BAIL BONDS = 941-894-3278 (SARASOTA) (THE) BIKE SHOP = 941-744-0400 BLACK WIDOW H-D (PORT CHARLOTTE) = 941-883-8000 BOB’S MOTORCYCLE (VENICE) = 941-485-4298 * (THE) BUSTED KNUCKLE (ENGLEWOOD) = 941-391-5004 CARGO TRAILER STORE = 941-721-8050 CC MOTORCYCLES = 941-539-3343 CITY VAPOR & E-CIGS V (VENICE) = 941-882-3532 CITY VAPOR & E-CIGS V (NORTH PORT) 941-257-8745 *COFFEE AT KATHY’S (ENGLEWOOD) = 941-681-2624 DAN’S MOBILE VTWIN SERVICE, LLC = 941-806-8712 *DAVE’S WINDOW CLEANING/PRESS. WASHING = 941-483-0320 DAYTON PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS = 941-747-4343 D.W.G. MOTORS = 941-752-5717 DYNOWORKS = 941-366-2929 EL MARIACHI LOCO, INC. = 941-758-2870 (THE) EMBROIDERY PATCH = 941-488-0001 *ENGLEWOODS ON DEARBORN (ENGLEWOOD) = 941-475-7501 EXOTICYCLE MOTORSPORTS = 941-360-3278 *FLORIDA SHORES REAL ESTATE (ENGLEWOOD) 941-270-HOME FROSTED MUG = 941-497-1611 GRANNY’S MOTORSPORTS = 941-351-4330 GUY FORCE CYCLE = 941-752-2300 HAP’S CYCLE SALES = 941-365-3443 HOB NOB DRIVE - IN = 941-955-5001 HY-TECH = 755-1736 INK SPOT TATTOO (NORTH PORT) = 941-876-3217


INK SPOT TATTOO (VENICE) = 941-244-9485 KNIGHT LITE LEDS (ORLANDO) = 407-690-2510 LEATHER OR NOT (PORT CHARLOTTE) = 941-875-9380 LIGHT UP MY BIKE = 941-720-5323 MANATEE RIVER H-D = 941-745-2429 MANATEE VETERINARY CLINIC = 941-746-7902 METAL MAFIA CUSTOMS, INC. = 941-549-1561 METRO PCS = 888-576-3876 *OLDE VILLAGE BARBER SHOP (ENGLEWOOD) = 941-473-8696 P-MAN’S CLASSIC CYCLE PAINT = 941-744-1157 POPI’S PLACE III = 941-729-0753 POPI’S PLACE IV = 941-722-1205 PRECISION CYCLE = 941-955-1355 RANDY’S CYCLE SALES = 941-355-5973 REKOS BRITISH RESTORATIONS & REPAIRS = 941-756-8674 ROARING TOYZ = 941-953-4423 ROSSITER’S HARLEY-DAVIDSON = 941-951-6103 *SARASOTA SCOOTERS = 941-486-0690 SEA BREEZE MARINE = 941-747-6311 *SEFFNER SHOE & BOOT REPAIR (SEFFNER) = 813-681-8106 SKINNY’S PLACE = 941-779-9671 SKYWAY MEMORIALGARDENS = 941-7224543 SOUTH COUNTY MOTORCYCLES, INC. (VENICE) = 941-484-7642 STURDY BUILT TRAILER PARTS = 941-7467509 TARZANS JUNGLE BAR (PORT CHARLOTTE) = 941-429-9917 THOR TRAILERS = 941-723-3339 TONY’S CHICAGO BEEF CO. = 941-922-7979 TOTAL MOTORSPORTS = 941-756-6500 TOTALLY WICKED VAPORS LOUNGE = 941896-3962 (BRADENTON) TOTALLY WICKED VAPORS LOUNGE = 941921-3244 (SARASOTA) TWISTED CUSTOMS = 941-920-2500 WESTON DAVERN CHOP SHOP = 941-759-0100 WOODY’S RIVER ROO = 941-722-2391 Til Next Issue, Nancy P. - Full Throttle Rep. Manatee/Sarasota/N. Charlotte Counties RIDE SAFE and RIDE WHENEVER YOU CAN! *SHOPS I VISITED IN NOVEMBER









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Florida full Throttle Magazine December 2013 Issue