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Blue 47 .... Red 82 .... Hut .... Hut .... Hut .... Yes, football season is upon us and I am revved up! I love the month of September as the weather gets a bit cooler, the everyday afternoon thundershowers stop, the kids go back to school and it’s a sports junkie best time of the year! Not only does football start, but so does pre-season hockey and basketball. You also have Major League Baseball playoffs and if you are a soccer fan, Team USA has four games scheduled ... wow! I think the 2009 football season here in Tampa Bay will be a difficult one as I just don’t think the Bucs have the team to win many games for new head coach Raheem Morris. There are just too many questions that need to be answered ... who will be the starting QB, can the running backs stay healthy, can Michael Clayton catch a ball, was Antonio Bryant’s last year a fluke, can the defense replace Derrick Brooks, can Aqib Talib stay out of jail? Mix these in with one of the hardest schedules in the NFL and the Bucs will have a hard time winning 5 games this season (and I think I’m being generous with five victories). I sincerely hope I’m wrong but we’ll find out in three months. The Florida Gators are the favorites to win another NCAA title as Tim Tebow returns for his final year, but the SEC schedule is always difficult and the Gators will have to do more than just show up for games. The FSU Seminoles look to be improved as do the Miami Hurricanes. The USF Bulls have been hit with multiple injuries but it looks to be a down year for the Big East Conference and the Bulls could surprise. Don’t forget that September 11 is Patriot’s Day. On that day back in 2001, America was attacked and the way we live our normal day-to-day lives was changed. This is something that all American’s need to remember. Freedom isn’t free and we need to know that there are people in the world who hate our freedom and independence. Take a few moments on 9/11 to reflect and think about how great it is to live here in the USA! Have a great month and please don’t drink and ride. Happy birthday wishes go out to Pee Wee!

September is the beginning of our season here in Florida…That’s kind of funny to say but it really seems like it this year. There are events piling up almost every weekend from here on till almost the end of the year. I think the fact that August was such a rainy month, everyone is planning event before the Holiday season. Make sure you plan your weekend and try and make it to as many events as you can. Our Cruisin’ Calendar is updated daily online and most of the events are listed in the magazine as well. If you have an event and would like it listed, please send me an e-mail and I will do my best to get it online that day! September has tons of events you will see us at including Zephyrhills Music and Motorcycles, Gear Fest, Petersons Key West Poker Run and The Amvic Bike Fest with many others planned. When you see our tents, make sure you stop by as we always have flyers, magazines and other goodies that are always free! If you would like us to hand out your info at our booths, be sure to contact me and we will help you out the best we can! BIKETOBERFEST is next month (OCT 15-18, 2009) and we are looking for sponsors again this year. Full Throttle sets up multiple tents around Daytona and Ormond Beach handing out magazine and all types of goodies. We are looking for $500 sponsors who would like us to hand out their promotional items to the thousands of bikers who pass by our booths every day of Biketoberfest. For $500 you get your business logo on a full page ad in the Oct. and Nov. issues, us handing out your info at our multiple booths and you will be listed in the recap we do in the magazine. All you have to do is supply us with whatever promotional items you would like us to hand out and the minimal sponsorship fee, we will handle the rest. If you have any questions please feel free to call or e-mail me at any time. The sponsorship dollars go directly to helping us print the thousands of extra magazine we will need during Biketoberfest. Keep an eye out for our new project bike, “Atilla the Fucati” that Full Throttle Magazine, Rev. Jim from Preachers Hot Rod Cycle Design and Bob Demoss (Mr. 300) are working on. We found a 748R Ducati and we will be doing some awesome stuff to it. It will definitely catch your eye when you see it. Special thanks to the people who are already stepping up to help us out with this project bike, Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay, Stitch on Time, Henry’s Polishing and many others. If you would like to help us out and get some recognition in the magazine, contact me and we’ll sit down and talk. I would like to say Happy Birthday to a few people including Bob Demoss & his mother, who makes the best cupcakes in the world, and the mother of my children Kandice. I hope to see you all at Quaker Steak and Brandon and Tampa Harley for their bike nights, I am always at those three great events. Please don’t drink and ride and I will see you soon!

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TAMPA BAY AREA CRUISIN’ CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 5 - HOMETEAM SPORTS BAR BIKE SHOW - Hometeam Sports Bar & Grille Presents a Labor Day Weekend ride in bike show. 8 Class Bike Show, live band, food & Beer specials and vendors. Located at 4802 Gunn Hwy. at the corner of Gunn and Plantation Blvd. Fo rmore info call Chopper Dave at 813-968-5914 after 3pm. SEPTEMBER 5 - PLANT CITY BIKE FEST - The first Saturday of every month. Registration for the bike show from 5pm till 7pm with live music, restaurants, 50/50, vendors and Radical Randy as the MC. For more info call 813-754-3707 SEPTEMBER 6 - WEBSTER MONTHLY SWAP MEET, CAR & BIKE SHOW Located at Webster Westside Flea Market, 516 NW 3rd Street (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 $4.00, children under 14 FREE. Show & Corral (for sale by owner) registration $7.50. Club/Organization Participation Award (10 or more vehicles registered). Trophies & Cash Prizes! Vendors welcome: outside 15’ x 30’ spaces $15; covered 10’ x 10’ spaces $10. ATM always on site. Info 800832-3477, reservations 352-628-4656. Contact Jackie Smith. Email: or and SEPTEMBER 10 - BRANDON H-D HEROES BIKE NIGHT - From 6pm till 9pm with a rememberance service at 7:45pm at Brandon Harley Davidson 9841 E. Adamo Drive, Tampa. Live music, vendors, food, drinks and a free bike show for anyone in the parking lot with best in class and best in show trophies! Also come out and register to win the H-D Crossbones motorcycle which will be give away on November 21st Sponsored By MacKay and Souders. For more info visit SEPTEMBER 11 - JIM'S H-D BIKE NIGHT & BIKE SHOW - Jim's H-D Bike Night & Bike Show. 5-9pm at Jim's Harley-Davidson, 2805 54th Ave. N, ph 727-527-9672. Cold beer, great food, door prizes - get your tickets at the receptionist's desk, 50/50 tickets valid for door prizes, vendors, last call at 9pm. The second Friday of every other month, check out Jim’s website for future dates and other events and rides. Email for vending opportunities.   SEPTEMBER 12 - AMVET'S 2ND ANNUAL REMEMBRANCE RIDE & PIG ROAST - $10 donation benefiting the James A. Haley recreational services hosted by the AMVETS Post 44 Sons and Riders. Registration at 10am with kickstands up at 11:30am. Departing from James A. Haley VA Hospital 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd. Tampa, FL 33612 and arriving at AMVETS Post 44 318 Pauls Drive Brandon, FL 33511. For more info call Rick 813-810-5001 or Steve 813-244-0586 SEPTEMBER 12-13 - STUNTWARS AT BRADENTON MOTORSPORTS PARK - Individual freestyle, long endo, tandem stunts and team stunt. Extreme motorcycle stunt competition, freestyle moto FMX, Wheelie Machin, Custom Bike Show, food and beer, motorcycle dyno, vendor midway, DJ Jade and a BIKINI CONTEST!!!!Full event info at www. Kids 11 and under are FREE!!! 21000 State Road 64, Bradenon FL 34212. I-75 to exit 220, 9 miles east on State Road 64. SEPTEMBER 12 - RIDE FOR THE PARALYZED - This is all in honor of a fellow motorcycle enthusiast who is now paralyzed as a result of an injury he sustained while serving our country. We will be escorting him in his van from his hospital to the Harley-Davidson dealer in Crystal River. This hero will be presented with a key to the city by the mayor of his hometown, and then we will finish the day with a dinner in his honor. Tricia Giordano, Work (Monday through Friday, 9 – 5) 813-949-6480 ext 236, Cell: 813-323-5388 Email: SEPTEMBER 18 - AMVIC BIKEFEST 2009 - Where wheels meet steel! Aboard the S/S American Victory Mariners Memorial Museum & Ship. Friday Sept. 18th 7pm till 10 pm. Win a shopping spree to Old Town Harley-Davidson. Live music, cold beer, great food, and prizes! Plus a bike show with trophies for best in class and Best in Show! 705 Channelside Drive, Tampa FL. Directly behind the Florida Aquarium. 813-228-8766

TAMPA BAY AREA CRUISIN’ CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 18 - 20 - GEAR FEST - American Biker Rodeo with cash and prizes! Ride the plank, pole in the hole, ball balance, tire relay race, tire throw, wienie bite, keg roll, slow race, swinging ball and road kill! American Bike Show, come show off your bike and win cash and prizes. At the Florida State Fairgrounds, or call 813-624-1104 for more info! SEPTEMBER 18-19 - MAKE A WISH COME TRUE - Make A Wish Come True - Sept 18-19, 2009 - Smokehouse Creek Arena. This charity Poker Run and party will be held Friday, September 18th, 2009 and Saturday, September 19th, 2009. Friday night gates open at 3pm at the Smokehouse Creek Arena (30232 Darby Rd., Dade City, FL 33525) and the Friday Pre-Poker Run Party will kick off at 6pm with a live D.J. All proceeds will be benefiting a child with special needs. There will be primitive camping as well as RV camping. $10.00 gets you in to camp both nights and party, $10.00 will get you a poker hand and $5.00 for a rider. Extra cards are available for $2.00 and extra poker hands can also be bought. You may contact Debra Grande at (813) 695-8551, Ace Leschinski at (352) 999-0499 for any information you may need. The flyer is posted at SEPTEMBER 19 - FLETCHER'S H-D OPEN HOUSE / DEMO DAYS - Test ride bikes, see all the new 2010's, have lunch and register for a secret prize drawing! 17129 US Hwy 19 N. Clearwater, FL 727-535-1844. SEPTEMBER 19 - HALEY HOUSE POKER RUN - The 3rd Annual Haley House Poker Run by the Riverview Detachment of the Marine Corps League will be on September 19, 2009. It will be starting and ending at Harley Davidson of Brandon, registration starts at 9:00 Am and kick stands up at 11:00. Commemorative T-shirts for the first 100 registered. $250 Best hand, $150 Second best and $75 for the worst hand. $20 rider fee , $5 for additional rider and extra poker hands are $5 each or 5 for $20. There will be a 50/50 and raffles. For more information call John 813-967-3150, Larry 813-215-3614 or Debra 813-5457526. SEPTEMBER 26 - LAMA BRANDON CHAPTER 1ST ANNIVERSARY Enjoy good food, great music, dance, music by DJ Frank and much more. At Harley-Davidson of Brandon from 11am till 5pm. Come and enjoy the day filled with family fun events. Food available from 12noon till 4pm. Free Harley demo rides, special seminars, 50/50 drawings, kids games and much more! For more info call Rick 813412-0829 or Jose at 813-716-7325 SEPTEMBER 26 - MIKE AND YVONNE'S 3 RD ANNUAL BIKER BASH / AKA THE WRECK PARTY - Bikini contest with $100 to winner, vendors wanted and welcomed. Music by Un-4-given 10,000 Paper Cuts and Plan B. 364 Recker Hwy, Auburndale, FL. $20 per person donation appreciated. Bike show at 8pm and Poker Run. For more info call Mike at 863-559-4252 or SEPTEMBER 26 - COBRAS M.C. LAP DANCE OF LUXURY POKER RUN - The fun starts at Club Atlantis 11600 66th St. N, Largo at 3pm with sign up starting at 5pm with the last bike out by 8pm. $15 donation per person. Stops include Club Atlantis, 24KT, Badda Bing, Personalities and Silk Stockings. For more info visit or call 727-421-6773 SEPTEMBER 27 - SHANNON WALSH REVETTE'S 4TH ANNUAL MEMORIAL RIDE - Shannon Walsh Revette's 4th Annual Memorial Ride. To Benefit Children that have been touched by Cancer. 10am-11am Registration at American Legion Post 138, 5530 W Prescott, 813-8395119.  Fee $15 per Bike & $5 for additional riders. Lunch is included for event participants, and available for non participants for $5 per adult/$3 per child 11yrs and younger, 11am kickstands up.  Help us raise funds to send these wonderful children to camp. Funds will go to the Faces of Courage Foundation. Event will include Live Music, 50/50 Raffle, Auction. Hosted by the American Legion Riders Post 138. Sponsorships are still available for $100 donation & will be listed on back of T-shirts (Great advertising for your business!), info Brenda Walsh or Peggie Sherry 813-877-2267. Web Site: www.geocities. com/alpost138. 

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TAMPA BAY AREA CRUISIN’ CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 29 - TWO WHEEL TUESDAYS AT TAMPA HARLEYDAVIDSON - Mc'd by Radical Randy FEATURING A BIKINI CONTEST EVERY MONTH!!!! Live music, cold beer, great food, lots of vendors, Harley Girls, bike show and tons of fun!!! Also come out and register for free to win a new 2009 Crossbones H-D Motorcycle. Tampa H-D 6920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. Tampa, FL 813-886-7433 OCTOBER 2-4 - RIDE TO THE HEARTLAND - In Historic Downtown Sebring, FL. Live music, demonstrations, vendors, bike builders, great food and much more. For more info visit www. or call 863-414-2851 OCTOBER 3 - WHISKEYFEST '09 - The 2nd Annual! Ride your bike in between 4-5pm and receive a free drink ticket. This is a Spoketacular Halloween Party with $150 for best costume! At Beer Bikes and Babes 5304 66th Street N. St. Pete, FL 727-546-5127. OCTOBER 3 – MILES FOR MOFFITT POKER RUN - Starting Locations:Harley Davidson/Buell of Brandon 9841 E. Adamo Drive (813) 740-9898, Harley Davidson/Buell of New Port Richey 5817 State Road 54 (727) 842-4547 End Point: Harley Davidson/Buell of Tampa 6920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy (813) 886-7433. Beers, Wings and food items available for purchase, Entertainment & Emcee to be announced, Raffle Baskets and ticket sales available. Raffle: Flat Screen TV – raffle tickets for sale. Registration: 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. with Last Bike Out at 11 a.m. and Last Bike In at 1 p.m. at Harley Davidson/Buell of Tampa 6920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. Contact Info:Contact Susan Meadows at 813-7451346 or visit for information. OCTOBER 3 - 2ND ANNUAL CRUISIN FOR CRITTERS - Cruising For Critters is a poker run that welcomes motorcycles of all styles. We have a great 40+ mile route planned throughout northern Pinellas County. Eve’s Family Restaurant in Oldsmar hosts our registration site starting at 7:30 am and then kickstands will go up at 9:30 am. Rider registration is available through our website,, or at HSP, 3040 State Road 590 in Clearwater. Contact Twila Cole at 727-797-7722 x 222 or go to our website for further information and appropriate downloadable forms. Twila Cole Special Events Coordinator, Humane Society of Pinellas 727-797-7722 x 222 ~ 727-433-3134 OCTOBER 3 - BREAST CANCER POKER RUN - Sponsored by the American Legion Riders Post 104. Registeration from 10:30 till noon at Winghouse 7790 US 19 N, Pinellas Park. Food, raffles, vendors, 50/50 and live music. OCTOBER 3 - MACDADDY'S 4TH ANNUAL RIDE FOR LIFE - Twisted Fun Run! Benefiting the Suncoast Hospice. There will be live music, auction, give-a-ways, food, mini bike auction and event t-shirts. Register at MacDaddy's from 10:30 am till 12noon. Registration is $15 and includes a dinner, pin and game card. Stops include Brandy's Lounge, Grass FLats, Whiskey Depot and the Rusty Nail. Fo rmore info call Penny at 727-422-5908 or MacDaddy's at 727-521-9514

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MONDAY: Beef O’ Brady’s 27315 W. Highway 54 Wesley Chapel, FL 813-994-1511 Wild Willy's 13355 S. Belcher Rd. Largo, Fl 33773 727-533-2203 TUESDAY: Gibtown Bada-Bing Bike Night 6915 Riverview Dr. 813-677-3509 Pastino’s Restaurant 1750 Clw-Largo Road Largo, FL 727-559-0506 The Dirty Shame Pub 1929 7th Ave. Ybor City, Tampa 813-247-1166 WEDNESDAY: Biff Burger 3939 49th Street N. St.Pete, FL 727-527-5297 Quaker Steak & Lube 10400 49th Street N. Pinellas Park, FL 727-572-WING

Kahuna’s Bar & Grill 10515 Gandy Blvd. St.Petersburg, FL 727-576-7800 LA Hangout 16411 N. Florida Avenue Lutz, FL 813-964-5631 Oldsmar Cop Shop 3780 Tampa Road Oldsmar, Florida 813-855-1052 FRIDAY: Grass Flats 12924 49th St. Clearwater, FL Hog Pen Saloon 8001 East Broadway Tampa, FL 813-621-6482 SATURDAY: Big Shots 3934 49th Street N. St.Petersburg, FL 727-329-9672 Biff Burger 3939 49th Street N. St.Petersburg, FL 727-527-5297 SUNDAY:

Raccoon’s Bar 3240 Lithia Pinecrest Valrico, FL 813-689-5079

JM&D South Beach Tiki Bar & Grill 14705 Gulf Blvd. Maderia Beach 727-398-7907

Wild Indian 1158 7th St. NW Largo, FL 727-588-7660

Real Life Church Veterans AMC Theater 813-784-9974

THURSDAY: Banana Boat 5858 Roosevet Blvd. Clearwater, FL 727-657-3932

Salvation Saloon Piranas 33286 US Hwy 19 Palm Harbor, Florida

BMW / Triumph Motorcycles Ride (1st Saturday of every month) Complimentary breakast and hot coffee before ride 8509 Gunn Highway Odessa, FL 813-926-9937 Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay (3rd Sat. of every month) 8509 Gunn Highway Odessa, FL 813-926-9937 European Hair Designers (Open House 1st Saturday of the Month) 2412 Jim Redman Pkwy Plant CIty, FL 813-754-4141 Harley-Davidson of BranHarley-Davidson of don Bike Night Brandon Bike Night (2nd(2nd Thursday of every Thursday month) of every month) 9841 East Adamo Drive www Hog Pen Saloon (2nd Saturday of Each Month) 8001 East Broadway Ave Tampa, FL 813-621-6482 Jim's Harley-Davidson (2nd Friday of Every Month) Sept. 11th & Oct. 9th 2805 54th Ave N, 727-526-JIMS Lakeside Community Church (Bike Night Every 2nd Sunday at 6pm) 475 East Lake Rd. N. Tarpon Springs 727-942-0229 Lakeland H-D Bike Night in the Daylight 2nd Sat. of The Month 12 noon till 5pm Lawless Custom (1st Sat Of Month) SWAP MEET at Big Shots 3934 49th St. St. Petersburg, FL 727-329-9672

PJ'S Lounge (Last Sat. Of Month) 8603 N. Dale Mabry Tampa, FL 813-933-5414 Plant City Bike Fest (1st Saturday of every month) Plant City, FL 813-754-3707 Porpoise Pub Bike Night (1st Friday of every month) 8701 Seminole Blvd. Seminole, FL 727-393-7616 Softail’s Bar Bike Night (2nd Sunday of every month) 6032 Seminole Blvd. Seminole, FL 727-395-9192 TWO WHEEL WHEEL TUESDAY TUESDAY TWO AT TAMPA TAMPA H-D H-D AT (Last (Last Tuesday Tuesday of of Each Each Month) Month) 6920 6920 N. N. Dale Dale Mabry Mabry Hwy. Hwy. Tampa, Tampa, FL FL (813) (813) 886-7433 886-7433 Webster Westside Westside Webster BikeFlea and Market Car Show (First Sunday Sunday (First of Every Month) 1-800-832-3477 352-628-4656 352-628-4656

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Full Throttle 16 TAMPA BAY AREA - Includes: Hillsborough, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Lakeland, Plant City & Zephryhills SALES & SERVICE AREA 52 Fort King Rd. Zephyrhills, FL 33542 813-782-0980 Barney’s Motorcycle Sales 10411 Gandy Blvd. St. Pete, FL 33702 727- 576-1148 Barney’s Of Brandon 9820 E. Adamo Dr. Tampa, FL 33619 813-628-9418 Bayou Motorcycle Repair 539 Grand Blvd. Trpn Sprgs 34689 727-934-4029 Big Boys Power Toys P.O. Box 7830 St. Pete, FL 33734 727-490-2655 Big Dog Motorcycles Tampa 9528 N. Florida Ave. Tampa, FL 33612 813-933-6571 Biker Burnout's 11203 49th St Unit D3 Clwtr, 33762 727-556-2696 Biker’s Den 5100 95th St N. #18 St. Pete, 33708 727-395-0080 BrandonOld Town Harley-Davidson 9841 Adamo Dr. Tampa, FL 33619 813-740-9898 Cahill’s 8920 N. Armenia Ave. Tampa, 33604 813-933-3528 County Cycles 3411 Cypress Terr N. Pinellas Pk,33781 727-522-4918 Creative Body Works 3888 Tampa Rd. Oldsmar, FL 34677 813-855-7066 Custom World 13100 N. Nebraska Ave. Tampa, 33612 813-971-3136 Cycle Masters 7601 N. Nebraska Ave. Tampa, 33604 813-231-3552 Cyclerama 7200 73rd St N. Pinellas Pk, 33781 727-546-0889 DAN'S AUTO SERVICE 2801 22nd Ave. N. St. Pete, 33713 727-821-4179 Dead Sleds 12006 US Hwy 41 S. Gibsonton, 33534 813-677-2031 Ellis Race Engineering 4655 73rd. Ave N. PinellasPk, 33781 727-546-5674 Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay 8509 Gunn Hwy Odessa, FL 33556 813-926-9937 Fletcher’s Harley-Davidson 17129 US Hwy 19 N. Clwtr, 33764 727-535-1844 Fletcher’s on the beach 487 Mandalay Ste. 107 Clwtr Beach, FL 727-446-1844 Greg’s Custom Cycle WORKS 1141 Court Street, Clwtr, 33756 727-461-4840 Harley-Davidson of Tampa 6920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Tampa, 33614 813-886-7433 Hawes Custom Cycles 1418 East 98th Ave. Tampa, FL 33612 813-915-0180 Hawgspital 6955 US Hwy 19 N. Pinellas Pk, 33781 727-527-2221

House Cycle World 7822 N. Dale Mabry Ave. Tampa 33604 813-884-0883 Iron Horse Motorsports 13805 W. Hillsborough Tampa, 33635 813-854-5611 Jim’s Harley-Davidson 2805 54th Ave N. St. Pete, 33714 727-526-JIMS Jim’s On The Pass 194 John's Pass Boardwalk 727-363-1333 LAST CHANCE CYCLES 10341 E. Hwy 92 Tampa, FL 33610 813-664-6710 Lawless Customs 4240 49th St. N., St. Pete. 33709 727-329-9672 Manor Cycles 1665 S. Myrtle Ave. Clwtr, 33756 727-588-0786 Performance HONDA 28009 Wesley Chapel Blvd. Wesley Chapel Fl 33543 813-973-1888 Performance Specialists 12820 Daniels Dr Clwtr, 33762 727-572-5755 Performance Twin 2279 Tall Pines Dr Largo, FL 33771 727-539-8946 Power Sports 14996 US Hwy 19 N. Clwtr, 33764 717-536-4791 Profile Customs 27839 US Hwy. 19 N., Clearwater, FL 33761 727-726-3030 Savage Powersports 29747 US Hwy 19 N.Clwtr, 33761 727-771-1211 SOUTHSIDE CHOPPERS 2222 1st Ave. S. St. Petersburg, FL 727-328-1830 St. Pete Kawasaki 3450 34th St St. Pete , FL 33713 727-521-4626 Syd’s Cycle 6600 Haines Rd. St. Pete, FL 33702 727-522-3333 Tampa V-Twin 16336 N. Florida Ave. Lutz, FL 33549 813-962-3856 THE RIDE FACTORY 2101 N. 22nd St. Tampa,FL 33605 813-247-1166 Thunder Bay Cycles 124 W. Hillsborough Ave. Tpa, 33604 813-232-6661 TIM'S CUSTOM CYCLES 201 N. Pinellas Ave. Tarpon Springs, FL 34689 727-943-7210 Whiskey Enterprises 5201 66th Way St. Pete 33709 727-548-5451 XTREME POWERSPORTS 1019 U.S. 301 S. Tampa, FL 33619 813-626-6060

BIKERFRIENDLYBARS & RESTAURANTS Anclote Boat Club 1761 CR 71 Trpn Sprgs 34689 727-938-9566 BANANA BOAT 5858 Roosevelt Blvd. Clearwater, FL 727-531-9670

BAR 145 7717 Ulmerton Road Largo, FL 727-230-4933 Beef O’Brady’s 2418 James L. Redman Pkwy. Plant City 813-757-0300 Beef O’Brady’s 27315 W. Hwy 54 Wesley Chapel, 33544 813-994-1511 Biff Burger 3939 49th St N. St. Petersburg, FL 33710 727-527-5297 Big Dog’s Patio 103 N. Palmer Street Plant City, 33565 813-759-2704 Big Shots 3934 49th Street St. Pete, FL 727-525-7468 BUFFALO CITY BAR Park St. N. & 54th Ave. N. (Publix Plaza) St. Pete., FL 727-549-9464 CAFE RACER 15045 Madeira , Madeira Bch, 33708 727-398-7656 Camden’s Yard 2827 16th St St. Pete, 33709 727-895-1129 Carlies 7020 49th St N. Pinellas Pk, 33781 727-527-5214 CHAMPION'S BBQ 12150 Seminole Blvd. Largo, FL 727-585-4900 Cop Shop - Oldsmar 3780 Tampa Road, Oldsmar, FL 813-855-1052 Coyote Ugly Saloon 1722 East 7th Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 813-228-UGLY DC’s Downtown 110 Tarpon Ave Trpn Spgs 34689 727-938-5952 DOG WATER CAFE 18825 US Hwy. 19 N. Clwtr 33764 727-533-0177 Eagles Nest 1208 Alt. 19 N. Tpn Springs, 34689 727-938-3465 G-PEPPERS 8745 Gunn Hwy. Tampa, FL 33556 813-920-3439 Gulf Port On The Rocks 5413 Shore Blvd. S. Gulfport, 33707 727-321-8318 GRASS FLATS 12924 49th St. N. Clearwater, FL 727-561-9151 HenNessey’s Bar 127 Forest Lake Blvd. Oldsmar, 34677 813-854-2255 Idle Spur 1351 Cleveland St Clwtr 33766 727-442-7787 JJ’s Sport Lounge 1200 Clwtr -Largo Rd Largo, 33770 727-581-3371 JACK WILLIE'S 1013 St. Petersburg Drive West Oldsmar, FL 34677 813-854-1972 Kahuna’s 10515 Gandy Blvd. St. Pete, 33702 727-576-7800 LA Hang Out 16411 N. Florida Ave. Lutz, FL 33549 813-964-5631 LONG BAR PUB & GRILLE 5929 Memorial Hwy. Baycrest Center Tampa, FL 33615 813-890-9059 Lenoce’s Restaurant 13949 W. Hillsbrgh Oldsmar, 34677 813- 814-2764 MaCDADDY's 4685 28th St. N. St. Pete, FL 727-521-9514

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Full Throttle Magazine I apologize for my absence. I have been having some health issues which seem to be back to normal. Thank you for your patience. Mark your calendars for SUNDAY DECEMBER 13TH AT DERBY LANE DOG TRACK this is our 25TH ANNIVERSARY of our TOY RUN. The Toy Run pins will say 25th anniversary on them along with the T-shirts. We will be using the same route to from DERBY LANE on Gandy to the AMERICAN LEGION off of Westshore in TAMPA. There will FOOD and Beverages as usual. The run fee is year will be $15 for one person or $ 20 per couple. We apologize for the increase, but the expenses have increased this is the first increase in 25 years. REMEMBER, IT"S FOR THE KIDS. Want to THANK THE MOTORCYCLE COMMUNITY for your SUPPORT for the last 25 years of making this a SUCCESS every year. We couldn't have done it without you. THANK YOU. The PINK POSSE has volunteered to help us this year. We are also looking for sponsors. We wish to thank The LAW OFFICES OF FRAN HAASCH for their help and Q AUTO INJURY ATTORNEY for their help also. We have to remember our VETERANS, whether it be a Veteran from a past conflict or those that are fighting for our FREEDOMS any where in the world. They need our admiration and our support. There are a lot that are returning wounded or dead. We owe them the RESPECT for what they have done for us. Next time you see a VET or one of our SERVICE MEN OR WOMEN, take a moment to say THANK YOU for our FREEDOM. I guess I have caught up, I thought that I would have a bunch to say other than THANK YOU for your patience and support of this article for all of these years. Until next month, REMEMBER TO RIDE SAFE NO MATTER WHAT YOU RIDE. KEELHAULER



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September is the month to mark your calendar for all the busy upcoming events along with some much-needed better riding weather.

Remember to check out our website and calendar. Ride Safe

The Diva Angels have been busy riding to several bike nights in the area and thought we

Wednesday night there is a new bike night being held at SNOOKERS in Tarpon Springs. This is a great place to check out the good food and of course some familiar faces. Thursday night swing by THE COTEE RIVER BAR AND LOUNGE located on Grand Blvd, NPR. We always run into people we know there and have a great time. Upcoming events: September 25, 26 & 27 in downtown NPR the annual Founders Day celebration which would make an awesome ride. This event has something for everyone, food, drinks, vendors and bands. October 9, 10 &11 is the Cotee River Bike Fest, which seems to get better and better each year. November 21st is OLD PALM HARBOR BIKE FEST another great event and Christmas Toy Ride. This event is AWESOME!!!! Not to be missed.

Camille Mages aka Semi is our Diva of the Month. Semi is also our Treasurer and is someone that we all depend on. Semi does and outstanding job as our Treasurer and more important is a great friend. Semi is the proud mother of three sons and one daughter. In addition to working full time, devoting numerous hours of volunteer work with the Diva Angels, Semi is also a very proud grandmother who likes to spend time with her grandchildren and family.

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October 9, 2008 – The United States Attorney’s office filed an indictment in United States District Court for the Western District of California in Los Angeles. Indicted were 79 members of the Mongols Motorcycle Club. Charges included murder, attempted murder, drug trafficking and money laundering. (U. S. District Court for the Central District of California, U. S. Ruben Cavazos, et al., No. 08-CR-1201). October 22, 2008 – The Federal Court ordered that the trademark of the Mongols could not be sold to anyone else, and that the Mongols could do nothing to decrease the market value of the trademark. The Court then ordered seizure of the Mongols logo trademark. Further, the Court ordered, that not only the defendants, but their fellow club members, family and friends, must surrender all property bearing the Mongols trademark, and that the government could seize that property. This includes clothing, patches, motor vehicles, motorcycles, merchandise and any other items bearing the Mongols logo trademark. In the case against the Mongols, property is being seized from the people who were not even indicted. Several hundred other Mongols

have had property confiscated, or are subject to having their property confiscated. Friends and family of club members face seizure of their property. March 10, 2009 – The ACLU files a separate civil suit on behalf of an unindicted member of the Mongols Motorcycle Club, Ramon Rivera, seeking an injunction to prevent seizure of property owned by himself, but does not include all other unindicted members of the Mongols Motorcycle Club (Ramon Rivera v. Ronnie A. Carter, ATF, et al., U. S. District Court for the Southern District of California, No. 09 CV 0480, which was transferred to the Central District of California, No. 09 CV 2435). July 6, 2009 – The Court rules that the trademark of the Mongols is non-forfeitable, and will not be forfeited. The reason is that the named criminal defendants did not own the trademarks, none of the members of the Mongols own any or all of the trademarks, and the trademarks are owned by the Mongols Motorcycle Club, which has not been indicted. July 31, 2009- The same Judge who has the criminal case, now rules on the requested injunction by the ACLU in the civil case. She

GRANTS the injunction, which orders the government to not seize property from Ramon Rivera, but does not directly address the property of the unindicted members of the Mongols Motorcycle Club. August 6, 2009 – In the criminal case, the Court refused to enter a preliminary Order of Forfeiture of the Mongols trademarks, and makes reference to her Order of July 31, 2009 in the ACLU civil case. August 31, 2009 – The Court’s deadline for receiving briefs concerning the return of the property seized from the unindicted members of the Mongols. The Criminal Forfeiture Order is still in force. It is unclear how long that Order will stay in effect after the Court rules on the briefs due by August 31, 2009. It may be rescinded in whole, or it may be modified only to include those defendants who pled guilty or were found guilty. Any Mongol who is convicted will most likely appeal that conviction. Be smart, educated and Trust No One when it comes to your rights (except me of course), Jerry T.


Well, it was one of those days this past Sunday. I was suffering from what a friend calls “option paralysis” I’m told its a condition caused by having so many things to do you can’t focus on any one project at hand. So there I sat on my chair looking at my rows of vintage bikes just sitting there, like enlightened friends, stress free and at peace and I wondered can my motorcycles have an empathy for me as I do for them, if thats truly possible?Unlike the average person my tendency is to express my personal philosophy’s and spiritual outlook through vintage machinery . I have been re-reading Phillip H. Dicks 1968 book “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep” and I can’t help but wonder if there is some sort of transference or Karma from the lives and interactions and events my machine has touched? No I don’t truly think it possesses consciousness or what some would say is a soul,although some bike owners are sure they do. But as I sat there in deep thought it occurred to me,these mechanical icons with the proper care and devoted curators,that these motorcycles could be immortal looking basically as they did when they were built, but we turning older and grayer un-till we hand them off to a new generation. Maybe that's why I collect these bikes , my strategy of having some enduring legacy. The Egyptians left the great pyramids. The English castles, The Rapanui the heads of Easter Island. But it also seems these enduring monuments are of a spiritual and mystical nature of which the engineering, the planning, the builders and the users of these monoliths and megaliths,well they made them that with their transference, their spirit,their will .So if stone, rock and mortar can possess this supposed ability, this energy,can steel and aluminum? My parents said you could find what you are looking for sitting on the end of a dock, it didn’t have to be organized it can be personal. And you know I seem to turn to these bikes in the time of sadness, celebration or dilemma . Sometimes people will ask me just what I see when I just sit and reflect on my old bikes, as if I see some vision, some aurora reflected in them . Take my 1946 Moto Guzzi Superalce. As I look at this motorbike a true relic of the 30’s and 40’s I wonder if any of the men who hand built this motorbike in Mandello del lario, Italy, just months after World War Two, men trying to rebuild their towns and their country ,are still alive? How did this military bike make it to America? Who? Why? What role did this bike serve? A courier bike between bases, spy missions, night curfew patrols? How many riders and lives has it interacted with? How many mechanics, owners,and troops have bled on the Guzzi parts and loved it or cursed at it ! Put their boot to the kick lever and gone somewhere, everywhere ! I think of the Superalce I found in a barn in Alma, Arkansas through a friend of a friend of a friend who knew of it. Of the amazing wife of the late Kelly Hinegardner, Norma who knew I should have this bike, and though I never met Kelly I feel I have through his marks on this bike, and his personal Moto Guzzi book collection with notations in his own handwriting. Has this bike collected a “feeling”? A part of all who have been included in its 63 years of being ? And does it absorb the energy from all the children, the oldtimers, the curious who stop and gaze at the old Guzzi in the shows or parking lots? Does it hear the stories I have been told, mere feet from its frame from World War Two veterans that have told me first person of seeing the Alces in the North African theater. And of their desire to liberate these bikes for allied use,due to their advanced suspension and hill climbing ability. I look at my 60”s and 70’s era BMW’s and Guzzi's, Yamaha's and Suzuki's made after and during the Vietnam War, during a fuel crisis sweeping America,during a great change in motorcycling and America. I wonder if my bikes lead to a re-connection of a loved one, cleared the head of someone still dealing with the war, or took a son or daughter off on a fuel saving trip. Did my 1974 LAPD police bike make its mark,protect and serve? What donut shops and officers did it experience? How many pursuits was this Guzzi in , did it save lives, work undercover, escort dignitaries , how many officers rode this bike and what did it see in civilian life? It seems my bikes have become my connection, my version of spiritual enlightenment and I think its because of the disconnection from my reality and mortality they give me. When I’m on the

vintage bike, this “collective soul ride” is going on. The symphony of ancient machinery , the focus of me navigating the road, of me against the cars and obstacles in my path wanting to stop me, most wanting to inflict harm on me and my bike and then freedom,the open road, the air, the wind and friends along the way isn’t that what religion and spirituality are about in a simple form? Peril weather real or imagined has an amazing way of making the mind focus and cleaning it of unimportant and trivial matters. And all the owners from the first one that bought the bike home when it was a day old, to me now, we’ve all polished the same parts, sat on the same seat, admired it sitting there and had a bond with it , these are what get me through the rough spots, a loss and sometimes a gain. Which leads me to the book i read and a ride back from Plant City. I was on my old sidecar bike “Dutch”. It was dark thirty, it was raining as it often does on this run. My 35 year old Beemer never misses a beat, as reliable as the sunset. While running through the curves on route 92 at a proper speed of 55 mph the bike fouled its left plug, loss of rpm, drop down a couple gears and just around that sharp bend in the road were four very large tar covered timbers almost black in the rain,very avoidable in an antique sidecar rig at 30 mph , but what if ? Funny thing after avoiding the danger, I picked up a gear , the plug cleared and I was off. The bike never fouled a plug in 5 years, never did after that night on route 92. Was there transference was it object Karma, did “Dutch” want to survive and save me? Was it divine intervention? Was it intelligence in a primitive vintage form?Or just “luck”? What was Dutch thinking that rainy night on route 92 ? Kind of makes me wonder “what do motorcycles dream of?” Oh and by the way that old 1968 novel that got me thinking of “machine empathy”. Well, it became “Blade Runner” in 1982. Robert “Deckard” DeMoss MR 300 welcomes comments, ideas and pictures. Contact him at Also, look for more pictures and fun stuff to waste time with on the Mr 300 link on the Full Throttle Website -

TOMORROWS BEST BETS Mid -High Range 2010 Buell Blast Go to and click on Blast Sure to be a collectors item! (watch for my review) Entry - Low Range 1975 -1979 Honda GL1000 Price then $3,198.00 (1978) Price now $1200.00 $4000.00

MR 300 ALL CLASSIC TEAM Jim Kenrick, Jim the owner of Kahunas Bar and Grille.Great guy, great family. He has great bike nights,super fall and spring bashes and 5 years ago started me down “trophy road” Yes, Mr.300 got his very first one at Kahunas from Jim. A great place, great staff (Lisa, Jessica, Shawn and more) Here’s to you Jim for being #9 on the Mr.300 Team

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Hi All… I was just thinking about the people who keep us safe on a daily basis. That’s there job and we only think about it when we need help. September is one of those times that we sit and think about what our fellow American’s have their families have lost. I want to given up for us and what there say Thank You to all of those families. I also want to think about the friends and family we have lost over the past…. "THANK YOU" to all who protect and serve! "YOU WILL NOT BE FORGOTTEN" to those we have lost! Till Next Month...Dew

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Hello friends, I missed you last month! As we all know life gets a little crazy sometimes. On a sad note, July 14, 2009, Bradley Ruel of the Wrench passed away at the young age of 43. The Motorcycle Industry has lost an independent, imaginative inspiration. Brad will live on in the phenomenal motorcycles he has created, and will be sadly missed. Brad’s beautiful wife Karen was always by his side. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Then on July 30th, Bruce Rossmeyer, the owner of what is billed as the largest Harley-Davidson dealership in the world, was killed in Wyoming while riding to Sturgis, South Dakota. After a career in the automobile business, Rossmeyer presided over the largest chain of Harley dealerships in the world and each prominently featured his name. He went on to own 15 of them from Fort Lauderdale to Boston. Rossmeyer's empire revolved around the Florida biker capital of

Daytona Beach where he was also the developer of Destination Daytona. He, too will be sadly missed. On a lighter note, I did want to give a shout out to my dear friend Carl “Fat Louie” LeMay, of the Moose Riders, who is recovering from a motorcycle accident last month. Feel better my friend! I know your road to recovery will be a long one; I just want to let you and Becky know, that I’m here for you and the girls!!! Sadly, the very next day, my friend Cristi Mapp was riding with a group of friends, and her dear friend Julie Stann was involved in a serious MC accident. Many hearts go out to you Julie, aka Lady Long Legs! We thank the good Lord for keeping you with us pray for comfort while you're healing. You will be with us, heart and soul, on every ride! WE LOVE YOU BABY GIRL…Love Cristi! Please be safe out there, tomorrow is never promised, Until next time.

Refurbished computer systems are being provided to Bay area families who have never had access to them before, thanks to Greg Reaster and his non-profit group made up of Bikers called B.I.K.E.R.S.C.A.P. Inc. "It stands for Building, Intellect, Knowledge, Education, Resources, and Schooling, through a Computer Acquisition Program." Reaster started donating computers to children in need. So far this year more than 32 children have received computer systems. On Aug 3rd, Bay News 9 aired B.I.K.E.R.S.C.A.P. as their "Everyday Hero!" The responses have been overwhelming with people that want to donate. They need our help! Their website had over 30,000 hits that day alone. They need volunteers to help pick up donated systems, help process applications, and answer phones. (Any IT people out there?) Also, storage space is a must!! Maybe you know someone that is in the storage business and can donate a month or two of storage for a very worthy cause?? OR EVEN a storage trailer, so they can process the influx. They have already filed their 501(c)(3) with the IRS. If they can get some assistance, they can place a lot more computer systems with kids just as school is starting. Fundraising ideas are also needed! Please contact either or Of course it takes money to keep this rapidly growing Biker Charity running and they are not ashamed to ask bikers to help them!! Let’s help B.I.K.E.R.S.C.A.P. get these systems out to these kids! Be a part of their goal of 75 systems as the school year starts. Most of these children have never owned a computer before and say it's made a major difference in their schoolwork! These kids will bring a tear to the largest biker. They've given donations and had 6 foot 6” bikers, behind dark sunglasses shed tears! They're happy to be a part of B.I.K.E.R.S.C.A.P. In July, a benefit was held for Cancer Awareness with 2 computer donations. It was a beautiful day for riding; the kids were happy and surprised. Everyone had a great time! Thank you all for the support you showed and for your donations. In June, Fox TV 13, WTVT, featured B.I.K.E.R.S.C.A.P. on Kelly Ring's "What is Right with Tampa Bay." Let’s be a part of this great cause and help a child make a difference! For more information check out their website: www.

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Attila The Fucati Is Here!! In the coming issues Full Throttle Magazine will be attempting a first in free magazine history, a project bike! Yep you read it right! The bike supplied by “Mr. 300” Robert DeMoss is a scrap title bike, so we don’t know if the drive train is useable. With the idea behind this project to spend as little as possible and use Full Throttle advertisers for out source labor and knowledge, it didn’t take long for the project to take flight!

Currently the bike resides at Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay. Joe McGuire and crew will disassemble the drive train and advise if it is useable. In the end, the project should be unveiled at Full Throttle Expo and bike Builder’s Invitational (January, 2010). Keep an eye out for monthly updates on our progress and if you feel you would like to help us in some way or another please contact us at 813814-1424. Everyone who helps us on this project will be listed in the monthly updates in the magazine and on the final product info boards when the bike will be displayed.

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Homecoming at Lake Como for Bare Buns Bikers!! This is where it all got started several years ago when several of us sat down and thought it would be a good idea to have a riding group for nudists. We all agreed Bare Buns Bikers was a great name and I asked to the third member. I thought that was fitting since they call me 3 Finger everyone agreed. A lady we call B.G. took it over and it has really took off, now just finishing the summer tour of the eastern U.S. from Woodstock, Connecticut to Florida. This event at Lake Como Florida will be September 11-13 with a ride Saturday the 12th. Lake Como is at Land O Lakes, Florida near US 41 and SR 52. Ask anyone in the area or go to for more info. You don’t have to be a nudist to come out and have fun and we donate to the veteran’s nursing home. A lot of people seem to forget them so come out have fun! Food vendors and a lot of friendly people that always say, "come back we would like to see more of you"!?! I ran into an old Ironworker friend at the Webster Swap Meet last month. His name was Mike Hicks. He had paintings for sale and I was interested in the old Indian painting so I asked if he did it he said no a friend in prison did it. He said his name was Bradly Ackerman. He never painted before in his life til he was incarcerated. His release date is 2012. He would like to sell some but he has no store so his friend Mike takes care of it for him. He will do commission work. Mike’s home phone is 352-588-2598 or his email is I've seen other paintings and thought they were great. See you soon B.G.

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Sitting at my desk, the phone rang.

By Night Train

NT: Hello? BL: Simon its Billy. NT: Billy? How are you doing? BL: I’m pretty good thanks. NT: You holding up strong? BL: So far yes. I wanted to call you and thank you for the column you wrote on me in July. NT: No problem Billy. I appreciate you opening up and giving me the time. It was hard to write but I enjoyed it. I poured my heart and soul in this one just like you did. How is your mom? BL: She’s pretty good. Thanks. NT: Billy can I ask you a question? BL: Of course. NT: Look, I don’t know you as well as many do but I have grown to really appreciate you, your honesty and your transparency. I have no real right to ask this and you are not obligated to answer. Would I be wrong to think that if you were to get off easy with next to no punishment it just would not sit well with you? BL: (silence) … Absolutely Simon. I am prepared to take responsibility for my actions and I trust that the judge will make the best decision for everyone. NT: Billy, is there anything at all that I can do for you or your family? BL: It would be nice if you could just be there for my sentence. Maybe even cover the event for me (chuckle). NT: Billy, I am touched that you ask this of me. As you know my wife just went through a tough surgery and I have two kids under three years old but I will do everything in my power to make it work. This conversation between Billy and I took place approximately 2 weeks before his sentence day. When I came back from Melbourne with my wife and two kids in the car, my heart was heavy but I was relieved for my friend. I watched all the news and read all that I could read about it. I concluded there was absolutely no news that I could provide that had not been provided already. Because of that I concluded that I would not write anything regardless of what my editor would say or feel about it. Then as I reflected on the events of the day, my conversation with Billy of about two weeks before sentence day resurfaced. I did tell Billy that I would cover the event if I could and so I will honor my commitment to him. The lobby was packed with people from all walks of life. Some with suits and ties and some with leather boots and jeans, tattoos and all. Some of Billy’s closest friends were there in his support as well as in support of the victim and his family and friends. I found myself in the courtroom sitting immediately behind Billy’s mother (Marion) as well as his dad (Warren), Billy himself and his sweetheart Amy. Among the crowd I could not help but to notice the soulful, elegant and teary Claudia whom once captured Billy’s heart. Among the crowd was also Bill Dodge, Paul Cox and a number of others. Approximately 95% of the room was filled with people whom sympathized with Billy. The victim’s brother Byron Morelock as well as his son (Sean) walked in and a cordial acknowledgment was exchanged between Billy and them. As Circuit Court Judge Robert Burger entered the court room. Billy went to sit at the defendant’s table. The DA I must admit did an outstanding job and proceeded making his case that Billy’s score sheet was a minimum of 111.15 to a maximum of 176.2 months of incarceration and so on. The DA said that he had no records showing that Billy had remorse and that if you looked at Billy’s traffic record combined with the fatal accident, it provided good grounds to qualify Billy’s actions and choices as a “sophisticated crime” which is just another way in a sense to say that Billy’s judgment and sequential historical choices were leading towards an accident to happen hence putting more weight on Billy’s responsibility.

Billy’s attorney, Greg Eisenmenger built the case, it appeared, quite successfully. While punishment was admittedly necessary, the immediate benefits of “restitution” by means of putting Billy to work in communities reaching out to demographics that are difficult to reach would quite realistically result in saving lives. The benefits of using Billy according to the defense out weighted the long-term results of incarceration. The defense provided recent, as well as not so recent, cases which demonstrated these benefits to different degrees. The defense went as far as bringing a long time military friend of Billy, a high profile corporate executive mentor of Billy, a high school friend now active police officer, a family friend and University Prof., Billy’s sister (Georgia) and Billy’s dad to speak about Billy’s character. Billy was characterized as a good teacher, a charitable person, honorable, compassionate, and a loving brother. Even the victim’s family took the stand and acknowledged that while punishment was solely at the discretion of the judge, they felt that Billy could be more useful outside than inside prison. As a matter of fact, the victim’s nephew stated “I understand it was not intentional. It was an accident”. During the recess, pretty much everyone was smiling, positive and in good spirit. The defense had obviously appeared to create a good momentum in favor of leniency. At a fair distance in the lobby I noticed Billy and the victim’s family smiling and exchanging a few private words. It was as if there was an unspoken bond between them. After the recess, people came back in and anxiously sat down. “Remain seated while the judge comes into the court room” stated the deputy. Billy took the stand. He expressed how deeply blessed he felt to have the family and friends he has. “I killed Mr. Morelock with a 7,000 pound truck. I was careless. I take responsibility for the most irresponsible decision I made in my life.” With tears in his eyes Billy continued stating, “I have been going by the accident site every day for the last few years and there is not a day that I do not look up to God and pray for Mr. Morelock as well as his family. No matter what, we can’t bring him back and while I am not looking for pity for myself I have to live with this memory every day.” Judge Burger proceeded and pronounced a sentence which I am convinced beyond a shadow of a doubt was hard for him to deliver. Six years of prison, three years of probation, a lifetime suspension of driving privileges as well as alcohol and drug conditions plus reimbursement of a variety of judiciary costs. Total silence came into the room. Amy crumbled in tears as well as Billy’s sister and a number of others. Billy stood up composed and extended his wrists to the deputy to be handcuffed. The single and only person he exchanged a look with in the courtroom was his mother. A silent look that loudly said “I’ll be okay mom. I love you.” In my opinion, there is not a single soul present in this courtroom that expected Billy to get off without some kind of punishment. Judging from the reaction I also believe there is not a single soul in the room, including the victim’s family, that were not heavy hearted in hearing the sentence. After speaking with the Morelock’s family members in private, I will even go as far as to say that they were obviously sorry and felt bad. For some of us common mortals, the defense built their argument quite strongly and convincingly. When a victim’s family even appears to side with the defendant you tend to believe the judge will make note of it. I sat there wondering what happened. I believe the defense’s argument was so strong that it became its’ greatest weakness. In principle and because of the nature of the law, even if it was to his discretion the judge could not let Billy off easy. On the other hand the potential benefits to be lenient and letting Billy go to work as an advocate in the communities and face a “staggered sentence” over the years presented real tangible benefits in a fair restitution. The judge sentenced Billy to more than the minimum and less than the maximum guidelines of the

law. I am not a mind reader but deep down I have a feeling the judge did not want to pronounce that sentence. The obvious became apparent to him that Billy was far from having a criminal mind set to commit crimes in a “sophisticated” fashion. The judge, however bound by the law, probably considered the immediate ripple effects his sentence would have in saving lives in a more immediate manner than with a lenient sentence. Furthermore, his sentence would not only send a message to the demographics the defense was referring to in pleading their case but also to the demographics in the celebrity circles. I also have the feeling the judge most probably could not help but to notice the inner strength Billy has as well as the huge support behind him and so for these reasons Billy is ideally equipped to effectively reach out to a multitude of demographics. Today, I believe Billy would agree that while his body is in custody, his mind is now freer than it has been in years. I believe with this sentence, Billy would also agree he has been empowered and given an opportunity, as the defense pleaded, to reach to demographics a large majority cannot reach. Billy, as the defense stated, has the unique gift and ability to make these challenging demographics listen to him and respect him. Billy, as the University Professor described him, is an outstanding teacher and communicator. To those who have made the comment that Billy would have been better utilized outside teaching in the communities, being an advocate, I would like, as much as it pains me knowing my friend will be away for so long, to suggest that the restitution and teaching has already begun. Restitution has begun within the demographics the defense so eloquently pleaded to reach through Billy from the very day of the tragic and fatal accident. Restitution has begun not merely at its surface but at the very heart of the demographics. From the past candid and privileged conversations I have had with Billy, I believe that today he has gained more of a sense of purpose than ever before. I believe that while he is extremely sad to be apart from his loved ones, he is also at peace and fully prepared to continue to contribute to the well-being of others beyond what any of us can expect. Billy, I trust you are well. I know you will become stronger than you already are. It will not be easy by any means. Know however, that the loyalty of your friends and the love of your close ones are with you. I suspect this is far from being the end of Billy Lane. Draw my engineer friend, draw and continue to draw a multitude of masterpieces. I shall see you in the near future. Billy Lane, 39, is the owner of Choppers Inc. in Melbourne, Florida and became famous from his appearances in numerous bike building television shows. He owns several US patents on motorcycle parts and accessories and has authored two books one of which is an autobiography. The case concerns traffic death of rider Gerald Morelock who died riding his motorcycle on State Road A1A south of Melbourne Beach on Sept. 4, 2006. Police say 39-year-old Billy Lane crossed a double yellow line to pass slow traffic, allegedly crashing his Dodge pickup truck head-on into 56-year-old Sebastian Park Inlet Ranger Gerald Morelock’s motorcycle. Matthew 7:2 “For in the way you judge, you will be judged; and by your standard of measure, it will be measured to you.” Keep your rubbers on the road. To Reach Night Train:

Night Train

NOTE: Last month’s column on Big Bear Choppers referred to Mona Alsop’s father as an alcoholic. Mona would like to clarify by stating that her father was not an alcoholic but simply enjoyed a good drink here and there and decided one day to completely stop drinking any kind of alcohol.

Full Throttle 62

SEPTEMBER 4 - 6 - ABATE FLASHBACK PARTY - ABATE Of Florida's Annual Flashback State Party. Labor Day weekend. Come out and party with ABATE of Florida, Inc, one of the LARGEST Motorcycle Rights Organizations in the nation. Gates open at noon on Friday at Sertoma Youth Ranch, 85 Myers Rd, Brooksville 34602. $20 All weekend gate admission, Tent/RV camping, everyone (must be 18 or older) welcome, music, bike games, food and contests all weekend, Coolers welcome (no glass). Kathy Jo & The Bluzification Band take the stage Friday night, info Doc Fish (850) 994-3652 or ABATE State Office (386) 943-9610. Web Site: SEPTEMBER 6 - WEBSTER MONTHLY SWAP MEET, CAR & BIKE SHOW Located at Webster Westside Flea Market, 516 NW 3rd Street (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 $4.00, children under 14 FREE. Show & Corral (for sale by owner) registration $7.50. Club/Organization Participation Award (10 or more vehicles registered). Trophies & Cash Prizes! Vendors welcome: outside 15’ x 30’ spaces $15; covered 10’ x 10’ spaces $10. ATM always on site.  Info 800-832-3477, reservations 352-628-4656. Contact Jackie Smith. Email: or and www. SEPTEMBER 12 - ZEPHYRHILLS MUSIC AND MOTORCYCLES - 4pm till 9pm in Downtown Zephyrhills, 5th Ave. 12 Class ride in bike show sponsored by Nick Athanason. Registration for bike show from 4pm till 6pm and will be judged by Rev. Jim. Orlando Harley Precision Drill Team. For more info call 813-780-1414 or e-mail or www. Sept 13th - UP THE CREEK PUB - Grand Openning - !st Annual Elfers Classic Car & Bike Show. Free Pig Roast, Hot Dogs, Burgers and more. 50 Cent Drafts - $1 Longnecks, DJ Patti MC, 4400 Grand Blvd. Elfers Fl. Grand Blvd. & Trouble Creek Rd. Behind Autozone. 727-264-8903 SEPTEMBER 19 - NEW PORT RICHEY – U.S. MILITARY VETS MC - Pasco Chapter 2nd  Annual. 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. at VFW Post 7987 7445 Chester McKay Drive New Port Richey, Fl  34655 “Come celebrate and party hard with us as we recognize our 2nd anniversary” Great Food, Cold Beer and Liquor Bar, Loud Music, Door Prizes and More. Registration is $10.00 per person. Vendors are welcome. Info: RAVEN: (727) 271-9808 WEB: www. SEPTEMBER 19 - A.P.A.C.K. FALL POKER RIDE FOR DEPUTY LONNIE C. COBURN MEMORIAL - Date: September 19, 2009. Location: Rooster’s Restaurant Brooksville, FL. Registration: 7:30 AM - $20.00 per bike. KSU: Departing Roosters at 9:00 AM. Arrive at Coney Island Brooksville at 2:00 PM. Entertainment will be provided at Coney Island. Major Stops at US Hwy 301 & SR 50 at Shell Station. Riverside Restaurant—Nobleton, Sleepy Hollow – Floral City, Pit Stop - Brooksville, Rebar—Brooksville. As an additional stop, go by Red Mule in Brooksville for a bike wash. For More Information Contact: President Jerry Jennings 352-346-1846 Vice President Darryl Garman 352-584-1555 SEPTEMBER 26 - BIKE RUN - The Kalivoda family in Citrus County needs to raise money for a very important research project for Ehlers-Danlos which may help save their son and many other alike. Please sign up at There will be drawings, prizes, food, drinks, music and fun. vendors wanted. Location at Love Motorsports with kickstands up at 10am. For more info call Kurt 352-563-5363 or Richard at 352-7957996 Oct 9-11 (Fri - Sun) – 5th Annual Cotee River Bike Fest in Historic Downtown New Port Richey - Sponsored by The Law Office of Lucas, Green, Magazine, State Farm Insurance, Shock Top Belgian White.. Live Music on 2 stages featuring Bobby Friss & Jimmy Sparks band and many more. Full Throttle Vintage & Ride-In Bike Shows sponsored by Brothers Powder Coating. Great Food & Merchandise vendors, $1,000 Daisy Duke Contest, Tattoo Contest, Full Throttle Drill Team, and Sheriff’s Charity Ride benefiting the Pace Center for Girls. Sponsorships and vendors are welcome. Visit www. or e-mail, Dan Sullivan 727-842-7651

MONDAY: Smokin Jos Cigar Bar 9764 Little Road, NPR 727-868-4000 TUESDAY: Beef O Brady's 9201 County Line Rd Spring Hill 352-684-2222 Christ As Life Ministries 35366 SR 54 Zephyrhills, FL 813-240-4533 Kickin' Wings 7236 SR 52 Hudson 727-233-3369 Mango Bay 1748 US Hwy 19 Hudson 727-868-3693 Ramble Inn 18139 US Hwy 19 Weeki Wachee, FL 352-597-0052

Cotee River Lounge 7803 Grand Blvd.. Port Richey, FL 727-264-8919 Coney Island (Every Other Thurs) 1112 East Jefferson St. Brooksville FL 352-796-9141 Pit Stop Bar and Grill (Every other Thurs.) 14446 Ponce De Leon Blvd, Brooksville, FL 34601 352-796-7570 FRIDAY: Mustang Sally's Tavern 4403 Buena Vista Dr. Holiday, FL 34691 727-942-6411 SATURDAY: The Hideaway Bar 11720 US Hwy 19 727-861-3521

WEDNESDAY: Gator Harley-Davidson 1745 US Hwy 441, Leesburg, FL 352-787-8050

Lucky-U Cycles 9807 N. Hwy 301 Wildwood, FL 352-330-0047

Hardee’s Restaurant Spring Hill, FL 352-596-9068


THURSDAY: Citrus Motorsports 7800 W. Gulf To Lake Crystal River, FL 34429 352-564-BIKE

BB McGee’s Bike Night (3rd Friday of every month) 12499 Ramfis Rd. Spring Hill, FL 727-861-1769 Beef O’Brady’s (Last Monday of every month) Gulf-To-Lake Hwy Crystal River, FL Biker Bash (3rd Sat. Of Every Month) 10357 SR 52 Hudson, FL 34669 727-379-5566 Cotee River Cafe (2nd & 4th Wed of the Month) 12830 Shady Hills Road Spring Hill 813-996-5375 Dade 301 (Adult Only) (3rd Thurs. of every month) 15401 US 301 Dade City, FL 352-567-0665 Dade City Moose Lodge (3rd Wed. of every month) 17017 N. Highway 301 Dade City, FL 352-303-5299

Christ As Life Ministries 35366 SR 54 Zephyrhills, FL 813-240-4533

Governors Lounge (3rd Saturday of every month) 10357 SR 52 Husdon, FL 727-379-5566 Happy Days Lounge (3rd Saturday of every month) 12401 US Highway 301 Dade City, FL 352-521-5003 Hooters Restaurant (1st Tues. of every month) Spring Hill, FL352-666-9225 Iron Horse (1st Friday of every month) 365 W. Gulf-To-Lake Blvd. Lecanto, FL 352-746-7655 Lucky-U Cycles (1st Saturday of every month) 9807 N. Hwy 301 Wildwood, FL 352-330-0047 Webster Bike & Car Show (First Sunday of every month) SR 478 - Webster, FL 800-832-3477 Willard’s Bike Night (Last Friday of every month) 3490 SE County Road 337 Morriston, FL 352-486-1829

Full Throttle 63 NATURE COAST FLORIDA - Includes: New Port Richey, Port Richey, Brooksville, Crystal River, Inverness, Dade City, Clermont, Leesburg & Ocala HONDA OF CRYSTAL RIVER xtreme cycle works Hideaway Bar and Grill Sleepy Hollow EAGLES TRADING SALES & SERVICE 1917 US Hwy. 19 Crystal River 34428 4990 S. Suncoast Bld. Homosassa 11720 US Hwy 19 Port Richey 1033 E. Gobbler Dr. Floral City 9375 Lakefront Rd. Brooksville


6099 S. Broad St. Brooksville 352-796-7890


Fort King Rd. Zephyrhills, FL 33542 813-782-0980


16426 US Hwy. 19 Hudson, FL 34667 727-868-9209 - 727-247-7473

action honda

15628 US Hwy19 Hudson 727-868-6308


14430 Cortez Blvd. Brooksville, FL 352-796-6116


(352) 628-2800



2408 W. Main St. Leesburg 787-7252

1503 E. Main St. Leesburg 34788 326-5999

5230 Commercial Way Spring Hill 352-596-4778

3025 N. Hwy. 41 Dunnellon 34432 352-489-0062

11138 US Hwy 19 Port Richey 727-861-7019

1050 W. Burleigh Blvd. Tavares 32778 352-343-6669

18750 Hwy 441 Mount Dora 32757 352-383-9464

3645 Universal Plaza Holiday 727-843-9005

12201 US Hwy. 19 Hudson, FL 34667 727-869-7455

5429 Spring Hill Blvd. 352-686-6565


365 W. Gulf To Lake Hwy Lecanto 352-746-7883

JOHN ROBERTS MOTOR SPORTS 29305 CR 561 Tavares 742-9199

Lucky U Cycles

4835 Cortez Blvd., Bayport 34607 352-596-1088

221 N. Lake Ave. Tavares 32778 352-742-0166

5138 Commercial Way Spring Hill 352-596-8028

25 S. Bay Street Eustis 589-6143

7763 W. Gulf To Lake Hwy. Crystal River 352-795-7996

2277 Hwy 41 N. Inverness 352-726-6676

3920 N. Hwy 441 Ocala 34475 352-732-8531

CHECKER All Country Cycles citrus cycle center



pasco County Cycles

7800 W. Gulf to Lake Hwy. Crystal River 352-564-BIKE

37815 S.R. 54 West Zephyrhills 813-782-9567

7109 Elizabeth Ave Hudson 727-862-2444

I-75 & S.R. 54 Wesley Chapel 813-973-1888

986 Skyway Blvd. Homosassa 352-795-8697

7992 W. Gulf To Lake Hwy. Crystal River 352-563-0005

1785 S.E. Hwy 19. Crystal River 866-563-9900

8549 Rees St. Port Richey 727-847-5447

3610 W. Hwy 326 Ocala, FL 34475 352-867-8600

12743 Bellany Brothers Blvd. 352-588-2529

7143 US Hwy. 19 New Port Richey 727-815-8060

16635 US Hwy. 301 Dade City, FL 33523 352-521-0430

1424 US Hwy 19 N. Holiday 727-934-8699

2212 Citrus Blvd. Leesburg, FL 34748 315-9875


Crystal Motorsports crystal river h-d CUSTOM CYCLE CYCLE ALLEY

cycle world

Dream Cycles

8127 US Hwy 19 N. Port Richey 727-817-0133

Dressers & Trikes By Val

New Port Richey 727-8485855




15125 Classique Ln. Tavares 32778 352-343-8681



2480 Hwy 27, Clermont, FL 352-243-7111

GATOR Harley-Davidson

17512 Hwy. 441 Mount Dora 32757 352-735-2900

2420 NW Pine Ave. Ocala 34475 352-629-3166 1745 US Hwy 441 Leesburg FL 34748 352-787-8050


suncoast Bike and Trike

G’s Performance

16547 US Hwy 19 #101 Hudson, 34667 (South of Little Road)


8538 Bench Dr. Ste. 8 Port Richey, FL 727-514-3491

gulf coast h-d

1147 Ponce DeLeon Brooksville 352-796-2684

4131 Louis Ave. # 11 Holiday 727-939-0880 4885 N. Hwy. 441 Ocala 34475 352-620-8044 5817 SR. 54 New Port Richey 727-842-4547 GULF COAST POWDER COATING, INC. 15424 Aviation Loop Dr. Brooksville, FL 34604 1-888-499-6901

Gulf Coast Yamaha

8822 US 19 Port Richey 727-842-6624


5331 N. U.S. Hwy 441 Ocala 34475 352-732-2488

TAMPA POWDER cOATING, LLC tri-county cycle center


1007 S. 14th St. Leesburg 34745 365-6095


3238 S. Florida Ave. Inverness (866) 344-8637 TOPLINE MOTOR SPORTS 14737 US 19, Hudson, FL 34667 727-863-6909



4321 US 19 N. New Port Richey, FL 727-816-8700

hi-tech custom cycles

6641 Industrial Ave., Port Richey, FL 727-849-8401

Highway thunder customS

790 Providence Blvd. Brooksville, FL 34601 352-848-0088

3964 NW Gainesville Rd. Ocala 34475 352-351-5122 4601 Panorama Ave. Holiday 727-942-9353

15050 NE US Hwy 301 Waldo 352-468-1942


15949 E. Hwy 40 Silver Springs 34209

Hwy. 301 N. Zephyrhills 813-788-1779




14617 US 19 N. Hudson, FL 34667 727-861-1000 9807 N. Hwy 301 Wildwood, FL 34785 352-330-0047 24329 S. R. 46, Sorrento, FL 32776 352-383-0784

cahill’s Motorsports LLC




bayport inn BB Magee’s

12400 Ramfis Rd. Spring Hill 727-861-1769

Beef O’ Brady’s

27315 Hwy 54 W. Wesley Chapel 813-994-1511

Beef O’ Brady’s

13706 Little Road, Hudson 727-869-2500

Big John’s

11912 Lane Park Rd. Tavares , FL 32778 352-343-3585


4658 Commercial Way, Spring Hill Berkley Manor - 352-596-8679

bourbon st. nite club

4331 US Hwy 19 NPR 727-843-0685

brew city

5711 US 19 N. 727-816-9433

horse & crown pub HUGO’s Pub


Mike’s Friendly Pub

411 N Donnelly St. Mont Dora 32757 352-383-1696


14445 Ponce de Leon Blvd, Brooksville, FL 34601, 352-796-7570


4400 Grand Blvd, Elfers 727-264-8903


5386 Darlene St. Spring Hill 352-597-7662

6434 Westport Dr. Port Richey 727-845-7197 5465 S. Oakridge Dr. Homosassa 352-628-6896 48 US Hwy. 19 N. Inglis 34449 352-447-1920 4403 Buena Vista Ln. Holiday 727-942-6411 11850 US Hwy. 19 Hudson, FL Big Lots Shopping Center 727-868-3236



11408 US 19 Port Richey 34668 727-869-9707


5430 Treadway Dr. Port Richey 727-845-3591


18139 U.S. Hwy. 19 Brooksville 352-597-0052

16475 S. Hwy 301 & CR 42 Summerfield, FL 34491 352-347-8226


7803 Grand Blvd. Port Richey 727-8159528


14328 Black Lake Rd. (Old 54) Odessa 813-920-3456


16620 SR 40 Dunnellon, FL 34481 352-489-7020


100 E. 4th Ave. Mt. Dora 32757 735-1711

Fat Cats Billiards

2721 West Old Hwy 441 Mount Dora, FL 32757 735-2202

fat charlie's

6229 Ridge Rd. Port Richey 727-843-8783


13228 US Hwy. 19 Hudson, FL 727-863-4400


6205 Ridge Road Port Richey, FL 34668 727-844-5100


10357 SR 52 Hudson, FL 34669 727-379-5566


12401 US Hwy 301 Dade City 352-521-5003


8954 SR 52 Hudson, FL 727-862-3738


114 S. 5th St. Leesburg

S.R. 54 W. Zephyrhills 813-783-3147

25 W. Dr. M.L.K. Blvd. Brooksville 352-796-4200

sunset lounge

Madd Maxx’s Pub


1112 East Jefferson St. Brooksville, FL 352-796-9141

Someplace Else

2060 S. Bay St. Eustis 32726 352-589-0277

7061 Hwy. 21N. Keystone Hgts.32656 352-473-6892

2490 SE 58th Ave. Ocala 34471 624-3700



11912 Lane Park Rd. Tavares 32778 352-343-3355


10936 St, Rd. 54 New Port Richey 727-372-2323

silver moon Tavern

pat’s Place

pRIME TIME BAR & GRIL L port hole pub ramble inn


14400 E Hwy 40 Silver Springs 352-625-0300

r & b hawg pound pub

38704 E. Tucker Rd. Zephyrhills 813-788-4192


10123 Broad St. Brooksville, FL 352-799-6031


1350 West North Blvd., Leesburg 34748 323-9222

roos’ restaurant & pub

20182 Cortez Blvd. Brooksville 352-799-6207

Rumbling Pride

5238 Quiet Creek Ln. Lakeland 863-607-9888

scuttlebutts pub

5430 Threadway Dr. Port Richey,FL 727-845-3591

seaside inn lounge

5330 Treadway Dr. Port Richey 727-848-4628


1120 W. North Blvd. Leesburg 34748 352-787-4309


2201 W. Old Hwy 441 Mount Dora , FL 32757 383-7851


1308 North St. Leesburg 34748 727-787-1210 or 888-787-1210

Shorty’s Sports Pub

2109 Mariner Blvd. Spring Hill 352-683-9091


The Frosty Mug


upper deck sports cafe


491 Mini STORAGE 1755 N Lecanto Hwy Lecanto, FL 34461 352-746-1419 19245 S.R. 52 Land O’ Lakes 34637 813-995-0800 A + TRAILERS 19245 S.R. 52 Land O’ Lakes 34637 813-995-0800 AIR SLINGER, INC. 7253 Belvedere Terrace New Port Richey 34655 ACE DIGITAL GRAPHICS 11780 Linden Dr., Spring Hill 352-200-7087 auto junction 1533 US Hwy. 19 N. Holiday 727-942-4777 BANAN TATTOO & SUPPLIES 13807 Old Dixie Hwy. Hudson, FL 727-868-4465 Black Galleon TaTTOOS 3025 US Hwy 41 N. Dunellon 727-207-0895 bogarts smoke shop 12139 S. Williams St. “B” 352-465-4334 cameo leather 12139 S. Williams St. D Dunnelleon (352)465-1754 CAR, TRUCK & SUV 5028 US Hwy. 19 N. NPR 727-847-1616 CHRIST AS LIFE MINISTRIES 35366 SR 54 West Zephyrhills, FL 813-240-4533 cREATIVE CONCEALMENT 11721 US hwy. 19 Port Richey, FL 34668 813-732-0107 CUSTOM TOUCH 4740 Trouble Creek Rd. New Port Richey 727-848-5466 down under scuba 5323 Commercial Way Spring Hill 352-597-3361 DEUces Are Wild 304 W. Broadway St. Ocala 352-867-1643 Dungeon Master 15407 US Hwy. 301 N. Dade City 352-521-5910

352-596-4466 Freedom tattoo 5127 S.R. 54 (727) 841-9661 GREAT FLORIDA INSURANCE 1326 W. North Blvd. Suite 1 Leesburg, FL 34748 352-323-3332 HARDTAILZ Biker Outlet 5311 South Suncoast Blvd. 352-503-6817

henkel’s r.v. 8640 U.S. 19 Port Richey 727-847-9800 HOUSE OF FUN 2530 US Hwy. 19 Holiday 727-945-9808 Landi and Associates 8631 Regency Park Blvd. P. R. 727-842-7930 Liberty RV 7500 NW 42nd Ave. Ocala 34482 352-690-7666 mary b. archie realtor 5130 Tammy Lane, Holiday 34690 727-514-8650 nature coast sports 5138 US Hwy 19 N. Spring Hill 352-795-4832 Pixie Lynn Art 20 N.E. 1st Ave. High Springs 386-454-5690 preferred pawn 8201 US Hwy 19 NPR 727-849-5586 Prime Towing 5111 S. R. 54 N. P. R. 727-841-9164 promotional conceptS 4407 Buena Vista Lane 937-7167 S&D MOTORCYCLE SUPPLY 5026 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills 33542 813-783-3013 Sharp Leather Wear 2417 Grand Blvd. Holiday 727-944-4522 SOUTHEAST PERSONEL LEASING 2739 US Hwy 19 N. Holiday, FL 34691 727-919-0419 Specialized Insurance 13313 U.S. 19, Hudson 727-697-3467 The blond barber 5426 Main Street New Port Richey, FL 727-264-8811

wallys’ upholstery 5241 Craft St. New Port Richey 727-848-7383

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Past, Present and Where to Be

To start with the past, I was at the 50’s Pub on SR 52 for a pig roast / bikini bike wash on August 1st. Live music inside the bar, and DJ Patti MC outside. Talk about a hot place. You had to be there to understand. The rain came right up to 52, but came short of getting us wet. Well rain wet. If you walked outside, you got wet from sweat. But the cold beer was plenty and the ac inside helped. Look for more about The 50s Pub on SR52 events coming up. I caught up with the Wild Bill Benefit Poker Run at The Cotee River Lounge for the start. They put out quite a spread for breakfast as they do every Sunday morning. I had to go to the 50s Pub but got back with the benefit at the Hideaway bar. More food and a couple of heads shaved. What people will do for a friend. He’s doing ok but has a way to go to recover so please put in a pray for Wild Bill. For the present, if you are around US 19 and Grand Blvd. stop by the Cotee River Lounge. You can find me helping Patti with the Cotee River Lounge Bike Night every Thursday night. I came across Jaebird of Jaebird’s Biker Gear. She gave me a set of “Biker Rain Chaps” to try out. She knows when I head out on my bike, I don’t know how long or what I may ride into. They don’t take up much room and come in handy in this weather. If you would like to get a set for yourself. Call 727-359-6112 or I received a bottle MC Hogwash. As soon as I try it, I’ll let you know about it. Now I don’t wash my bike that often, so it may take a little time to try. Coming up, Where To Be on Sept. 13th (Sunday) is at the “UP THE CREEK PUB”. it’s their GRAND OPENNING with a free pig roast, hot dogs and more. There will be the 1st Annual Elfers Classic Car & Bike Show. It’s at Grand Blvd. and Trouble Creek Rd. behind Autozone. Look at the full page ad in this section. The Edge Bar is having a “Livin on the Edge Biker Bash” for Brest Cancer on Saturday Sept. 19. At 2:00pm They plan to have a charity event each month. Venom Custom Chopper Bar and Grill has the service dept. open now and the Bar and Grill will be open soon. Stop by where Prowlers was and Venom is now. I’ll tell you more the events they have plan to come. Till then, Ride Safe and look out for the bad drivers out there. The Big “O”

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SEPTEMBER 12 - POKER RUN FOR FRED JENKINS - At the American Legion Post 159 1770 E. Venice Ave., Venice Florida. Benefiting Fred Jenkins of North Port who is a Veteran with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) Registration at 11am till 12noon. DOnations of $15 per person and includes a poker hand, free draft or soft drink, burgers, dog and all the fixin's. SEPTEMBER 13 – POKER RUN FOR BUD - Poker run fundraiser for Bud Fread, father of 4, who has been diagnosed with t-cell Non Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. 11am sign up at Hoosiers Bar osprey. $10.00/hand, kickstands up at noon.    50/50, raffle, food, live music cars welcome.  Rain date September 20th SEPTEMBER 26 – 4TH ANNUAL SCRABBLE RUN - 4th annual scrabble run and bike blessing.  Proceeds to benefit missions.  $5.00 scrabble card- $100.00 grand prize $50.00 2nd and $25 for 3rd.  Registration 9-10am at pavilion on east side of Dutch Heritage Resturaunt. 3713 Bahia Vista Road Sarasota. Kickstands up at 10am last bike in 1pm.  Run end at King Buffet Chinese Restaurant 337 8th Ave. palmetto. SEPTEMBER 26 – FREEDOM RALLY AT BLACK WIDOW HARLEY Freedom Rally at Black Widow Harley-Davidson (2224 El Jobean Rd, Port Charlotte) 11AM until 3PM. Vendors, Live Music, Biker Games and Contests, Ice Cold Beverages, Food & Fun. Come on out and see what Black Widow has in store for you! For more information, call Marion at 941-883-8000 or email mjankowski@blackwidowh-d. com. Mystery Ride leaves promptly at 3pm. SEPTEMBER 27 – MOTORCYCLE RALLY FOOD RUN - 12noon to 4pm at Tarzans on us 41 and river road.  Live music food and fun. Benefiting the Salvation Army food pantry North Port.  Bring canned/boxed/jarred food. OCTOBER 3 - FULL THROTTLE UNITY FEST POKER RUN - Starts at Black Widow Harley-Davidson and Ends at the Charlotte County Fairgrounds. With 5 chances to win $1,000.00. Registration at 9:30am with the first bike out at 10am and last bike out at 11:30am. For mor info call Tracey at 941-504-8297 or Gary at 941-504-8929 or e-mail All awards will be prior to the Amanda Overmeyer concert. OCTOBER 3 - UNITY FEST - FEATURING AMANDA OVERMYER FROM AMERICAN IDOL - Help feed the people. to benefit The Residents of Mission Unity at the Charlotte County Fair Grounds from 10am till 8pm. There will be a bikers swap meet, food vendors, crafters, specialty items and face painting & tattoo's. Parking is $5 for motorcycles and $10 for vehicles. For more info call James at 941-286-1158 or OCTOBER 10 - AMERICAN LEGION RIDERS HOG ROAST - Gulf Coast Chapter Post 254 North Port, FL. 9am till ??? with the hog roast to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. Fun Run Mystery Ride. There will be food, beverages, vendors, camping, games and raffles. For more info call 813-310-7678 or 941-497-4287 or e-mail OCTOBER 24 - VETERANS FOR BREAST CANCER POKER RUN Veterans for Breast Cancer Poker Run – Palmetto, FL, Saturday, October 24, 2009. Register from 9:30 -11 am at American Legion Post #309, 2419 Bayshore Rd, Palmetto, FL 34221-6238, (941) 7228689. Ride to four American Legion Posts in the Sarasota/Bradenton area , draw last card at Post 309. First bike out 10:30, last in 2:30 pm. Prizes for best hand, 2nd and 3rd. Music, food, vendors, 50/50, raffle and Chapter Challenge. All proceeds to Bikers4Boobs Breast Cancer Corp. to assist individuals in the community. Open to all vehicles and the public. For information call Trudy 941.812.4536 or email Rain or shine! FEE: $10 1 poker hand, $20 for 3 poker hands. Preregister by mail until Oct 20 and receive 4 poker hands for $20. Mail check and form to Bikers4Boobs, PO Box 3442, Seminole, FL 33775. Please support this important cause!

Monday Ed’s Tavern 10719 Rodeo Dr. Lakewood Ranch, fl 34202 941-907-0400

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Wednesday BEAVERS SPORTS BAR 4299 S. Access Rd. Englewood 941-475-1448 BREWSKI'S 12500 Tamiami Trail North Port, FL 941-4232739 HARPOON HARRY'S Fisherman's Village Punta Gorda

HOOTERS OF SARASOTA 6507 S. Tamiami Trail Sarasota 941-923-4666 THE LOONEY BIN Town Center Auto Mall Port Charlotte, FL 941-255-5999

Friday COYOTES 4300 Kings Hwy. unit 412 Port Charlotte 941-629-2114 Hoosier Bar 748 S. Tanmiami Trail Osprey 941-966-1251 Peggy's Corral 4511 US Hwy 41 N. Palmetto FL 941-729-5442

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Will's Honky Tonk 232 McCall Road Englewood 941-474-8131

Willie's 4095 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte 941-624-2245

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Boomers Sports Bar 2360 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte 941-743-4140 SNOOK HAVEN 5000 E Venice Ave Venice, FL 941-485-7221

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Apparently the American Medical Association has weighed in on the new economic stimulus package... The Allergists voted to scratch it, but the Dermatologists advised not to make any rash moves. The Gastroenterologists had sort of a gut feeling about it, but the Neurologists thought the Administration had a lot of nerve. The Obstetricians felt they were all laboring under a misconception. Ophthalmologist considered the idea shortsighted. Pathologists yelled, “Over my dead body!” while the Pediatricians said, ‘Oh, Grow up!’ The Psychiatrists thought the whole idea was madness, while the Radiologists could see right through it. Surgeons decided to wash their hands of the whole thing. The Internists thought it was a bitter pill to swallow, and the Plastic Surgeons said, “This puts a whole new face on the matter.” The Podiatrists thought it was a step forward, but the Urologists were pissed off at the whole idea. The Anesthesiologists thought the whole idea was a gas, and the Cardiologists didn’t have the heart to say no... In the end, the Proctologists won out, leaving the entire decision up to the a-holes in Washington.

A blonde goes into work one morning crying her eyes out. Her boss asked sympathetically, “What’s the matter?” The blonde replies, “Early this morning I got a phone call saying that my mother had passed away.” The boss, feeling sorry for her, says, A woman brought a “Why don’t you go home for the day? Take the very limp duck into a veterinary surgeon. As day off to relax and rest.” “Thanks, but I’d be better off here. I she laid her pet on the need to keep my mind off it, and I have the best table, the vet pulled chance of doing that here.” out his stethoscope and The boss agrees and allows the listened to the bird’s blonde to work as usual. A couple of hours pass, chest. and the boss decides After a moment or two, to check on the blonde. the vet shook his head sadly and said, “I’m He looks out from his sorry, your duck, Cuddles, has passed away.” office, and sees the The distressed woman wailed, “Are blonde crying hysyou sure?” “Yes, I am sure. The duck is dead,” terically. “What’s so bad now? Are you going to replied the vet. be okay?” he asks. “How can you be so sure?” she “No,” exclaims protested. “I mean you haven’t done any the blonde, “I just received a call from my sister. testing on him or anything. He might just Her mother died, too!” be in a coma or something.”

The vet rolled his eyes, turned around and left the room. He returned a few minutes later with a black Labrador Retriever. As the duck’s owner looked on in amazement, the dog stood on his hind legs, put his front paws on the examination table and sniffed the duck from top to bottom. He then looked up at the vet with sad eyes and shook his head. The vet pat*************************************** ted the dog on the head and took it A man walks into a bar, sits out of the room. down on a bench and orders a cold one. A few minutes later he returned He swigs down the beer, looks in his with a cat. The cat jumped on the table and pocket, cringes and orders another. He also delicately sniffed the bird from head gulps down that one, looks in his pocket to foot. The cat sat back on its haunches, again, cringes and orders yet another shook its head, meowed softly and strolled one. This goes on for at least an hour and out of the room. a half. The vet looked at the woman and Finally the bartender, bursting with said, “I’m sorry, but as I said, this is most curiosity, says, “I know it’s none of my definitely, 100% certifiably, a dead duck.” business buddy, but I have to ask. Why The vet turned to his computer the whole “drink, look in pocket, cringe terminal, hit a few keys and produced a and order another one” routine?” bill, which he handed to the woman. The “Well,” slurred the man, “There’s a duck’s owner, still in shock, took the bill. picture of my wife in my pocket. When “$150!” she cried, “$150 just to tell me my she starts to look good, then it’s time for duck is dead!” me to go home.” The vet shrugged, “I’m sorry. If you had just taken my word for it, the bill would have been $20, But with the Lab Report and the Cat Scan, it’s now $150.”

********************************************* John asks his wife what she wants to celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. “Would you like a new mink coat?” he asks.”Not really,” she replies. “Well, how about a new Mercedes sports car?””No,” she responds. “What about a new vacation home in the country?”She again rejects his offer with a, “No thanks.” “Well, what would you like for your anniversary?” “John, I’d like a divorce!” she demands. “Sorry, dear, I wasn’t planning to spend that much!” ********************************************* I was checking out at the local WalMart with just a few items and the lady behind me put her things on the belt close to mine. I picked up one of those ‘dividers’ that they keep by the cash register and placed it between our things so they wouldn’t get mixed. After the girl had scanned al l of my items, she picked up the ‘divider’, looking it all over for the bar code so she could scan it. Not finding the bar code she said to me, ‘Do you know how much this is?’ I said to her ‘I’ve changed my mind, I don’t think I’ll buy that today.’ She said ‘OK,’ and I paid her for the things and left.. She had no clue to what had just happened.




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With afternoon (actually this year anytime showers) in full swing it was hard to make it out of the garage. We did manage to dodge the storms the night of the Thrashers ballgame. That was an amazing turn out as well as a lot of fun! It seemed like every other bike night we planned to attend this month was a wash out! Hopefully next month will be better. Since we couldn’t ride here, we took a trip up to the Midwest where the weather was awesome. The nights were a little chilly, we actually wore our coats in the evening. In between rides we hooked up with many of Gary’s school friends and family. The riding was great, with exception of the roads, but loved all the hills and valleys; it was a nice change of pace. We covered all of Northern IL, from Chicago to Iowa. In Savanna, IL we found the coolest biker hangout, called Poopy’s. Food, drink, live music, camping, shopping and tattoos, what more could you ask for?? There had to be at least 200 bikes on that Saturday afternoon, if you are ever up that way, it is a must see. Gary celebrated his 42nd birthday on the 13th. We celebrated by spending the weekend in Cedar Key. That is a very relaxing, laid back little town and the locals were the friendliest folks. On the way home we made a pit stop in Gainesville, where Drew, my oldest son, was off to college. We helped him get settled into his first apartment. Where does the time go, it seems like just yesterday I was tucking him into bed and he was tell-

ing me he was going to live with me forever. It was a happy and sad day all in one! With the end of summer just around the corner, at least according to the calendar, the riding and events will be kicking into high gear once again. Just a reminder of the Unity Fest Poker Run starting at Black Widow Harley-Davidson followed by a day of live music, featuring Amanda Overmyer, at the Charlotte Co. Fairgrounds on October 3rd and the American Legion Wounded Warrior Pre Biketoberfest on Oct 10th. See the ads for both of these events in our green section. We hope to see you there. For any upcoming events, rides or business advertising give us a call and we’ll help spread the word. 941-504-8297 or email ridefullthrottle@ Preforming 4 shows at the Unity Fest October 3rd Until next month be SAFE and have FUN! Tracey and Gary

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SEPTEMBER 4-7 - END OF SUMMER LABOR DAY BASH 5th Annual End of the Summer Labor Day Bash. Starts on 9/4/2009 and ends on 9/7/2009. 9:00 am at L-Cross Extreme Events, Highway 78 East, ph 863-763-0569. Adult's Only - 18 and up! VIP unlimited camping & entrance. Ride your bikes in for $5.00 per day Food-Live music-Vendors-Games, info Mark or Patti 863-7630569. Web Site: SEPTEMBER 6 - 7TH ANNUAL JIM PERNO MEMORIAL RIDE - Sept.6 7th Annual Jim Perno Memorial Ride. A 5-stop poker run to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). Registration 8:30-10am @ H-D of Ft. Myers, 2160 Colonial Blvd. $25/rider, $5/passenger, $10 free play for each and patch for rider. Last bike in 1:30pm. HDFM Gift Card prizes for Best , 2nd best & worst poker hand. Post run bash at the Seminole Casino Immokalee, DJ, 50/50, Cash bar. Info: 239-6994835 or Email: SEPTEMBER 17 - 20 - PHIL PETERSONS KEY WEST POKER RUN - Phil Peterson's Key West 37th Poker Run. Starts on 9/17/2008 and ends on 9/20/2008. Sign up at either Peterson's H-D Miami and South Stores, North Store, 19400 NW 2nd Ave. OR South Store, 19825 S Dixie Highway. We request a $10 donation per hand. On Saturday 11am-3pm Huge Bike Riders Association Bike Show benefits Diabetes Research Institute & Key West Sunrise Rotary Club, info 305-235-4023 For lodging info 800-881-7321, 305-292-5000. Parking on Duval St available with purchase of commemorative wrist band for $5. All FL state laws on mufflers & noise will be enforced. Websites: & OCT 8 - 11 - FIR AND IRON MC 10th ANNIVERSARY FLORIDA STATE RALLY - Kissimmee, FL. Hotel rooms only $40 per night. Rides, games and fun. Pre-register and save money! For more info and to download the registration from go to OCT 30 - NOV 1 - BIKERS FOR BABIES - 9th Annual Bikers For Babies to benefit the March of Dimes. Three day event culminating in a 35-mile police escorted ride from North Collier Regional Park (Naples) to H-D Ft. Myers (HDFM). Reg.@ HDFM, $30/rider, $20/passenger, pin for each. Events include Bike Night at HDFM, bike/car show, vendors, live entertainment, Halloween costume contest, stunts by Joe "Vertical" Dryden and much more. Info: Norma Eveland 239-433-3463, Email: or

Carlie Lynne's 2nd Saturday 9119 US 27 South, Seabring 863-381-7685

RJ BONES 3rd Saturday of the Month 19581 Palm Beach Blvd Alva, FL 239-690-BONE

Everglades Motorcycle 3rd Saturday of Month 3888 Mannix Drive Suite 316 (off of I-75 at Exit 101)

RJ Gator 3rd Sunday of the Month US Hwy 27 N. Sebring 863-382-0349

Handlebars In The Wind 1st Sunday, All day ride 3341 Colonial Blvd. Ft. Myers 239-277-7777 JJ Muggs Stadium Grill Abacoa Town Center Jupiter, FL 561-630-9669 Pier 2 Resort Bikers Pool Party (2nd Sun) 2200 US Hwy 441 SE Okeechobee, FL 863-763-8003 Pompano Harley-Davidson 1st Friday of the Month 2900 Center Court Circle Sunrise, FL (954)-545-3200

TUESDAY: Harbourside Grill and Tiki Bar 3442 Marinatown Lane N. Ft. Myers, FL 33903 Hurricane Grill and Wings 6345 Naples Blvd. Naples, FL 239-513-9900 Break Time Lounge 4630 Gulf Stream Drive Naples, FL 239-353-9300 Sundown's Sports Grill 3580 Evans Rd. 239-939-9936 Wing City 21331 S. Tamiami Trail Esterno 239-498-2416 WEDNESDAY: Brazilian Bike Night Boteco Bar 916 NE 79th Street Miami, FL 33138 Island Jacks 5425 W. Atlantic Blvd. Margate, FL 954-984-4422 Island Jacks 4449 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 561-6872122 Iron Eagle Bar 9441 Hwy 78 W. Okeechobee 863-467-1360 Pembroke Pines Hooters 7990 Pines Blvd 954-962-6330 Sunrise Harley-Davidson 201 Int'l Pkwy Sunrise, FL 954-414-4135 Tiki Bar Cafe 4131 Bonita Beach Road. 239-947-0000 Victory Lane Cafe 4150 Hancock Bridge Pky. N. Ft.Myers 239-849-9065 THURSDAY: Amos Sports Grill & Petersons H-D South 7800 SW 104th Street & US1 Miami, FL 305-274-1228

Sunrise Harley-Davidson 2nd + 4th Fridays Bike Night 4th Sun. Ladies Garage Party 201 Int'l Pkwy Sunrise FL 954-414-4135 TJ's Leather Last Sunday of Month 1423 US 27 N. Seabring, FL 863-471-9453 Treasure Coast H-D 3rd Sat. of every month Customer Appreciation Day 4967 S.E. Federal Hwy. 772-287-3871 FL2-G Yellow Jackets Gold WIng Riders 1st Saturday of the Month Buddy Freddy's

Daisy Duke's Saloon 10060 Pines Blvd Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 (954) 430-9930 Good Times Sports Bar 700 Leeland Heightrs Blvd. W. Leigh Acres, FL 33936 239-369-7000 Kingshead Pub 500 East Dania Beach 954-927-1564 Legends Sports Bar 395 Spanish River Blvd. Boca Raton, 866-367-1788 North Fort Tavern 13101 N. Cleveland Ave. N. Ft. Myers, Fl 33931 239-652-0900 Roland Martins Tiki Bar 920 Del Monte Ave. 863-9833151 Skully's Tavern 9809 Sunset Drive S. Miami, FL 305-271-7404 FRIDAY: Outlaws Charlotte County 914 LaVilla Rd Punta Gorda, FL 239-229-4139 Sunrise Harley-Davidson 201 Int'l Pkwy Sunrise FL 33325 954-414-4135 SATURDAY: Boar's Nest Salon 381 Prospect Rd. Oakland Park 954-938-5971 Mickey's Bar 350 SW 12 Ave. Pompano Beach 954-941-1611 SUNDAY: Flossies Bar and Grill 3985 Ravens Wood Road Dania Beach, FL 954-792-6519 J&S Fish Camp Every Sunday 1pm till ??? Food, live music and vendors

Full Throttle 85 SOUTH FLORIDA - Extends across the state to Ft. Pierce and includes: Ft. Myers, Naples, LaBelle, Okeechobee, West Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami & Key West SALES & SERVICE

Everglades M/C Service




1100 Commerical Blvd Naples 34104 239649-4362

242 S. Old Dixie Hwy Pompano Bch, FL 954942-9644

5425 W. Atlantic Blvd. Margate, FL 954-984-4422


941 Country Club Blvd. Cape Coral, FL 33990 239-458-1113

Oakland Park, FL 33309 351-0277

4449 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Bch., FL 561-687-2122


PO Box #908 Dania Beach 954-922-8783

3769 Ravenswood Rd. Ft. Lauderdale, FL 954-584-9089

12648 Overseas Hwy. Marathon , FL 305-743-4191

American Cycles & AcsRs

2211 N. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561651-7010

2600 N.W. 2nd Ave. Boca Raton 561-338-5755

16641 San Carlos Blvd. Ft. Myers. FL 239-267-4132


614 US 27 S. Lake Placid, FL 863-699-2453

3671 N. Dixie Hwy. Pmpno Bch 33064 954785-4820

3040 Estero Blvd. Ft Myers Beach, FL 239-463-6139


2160 Colonial Blvd Fort Myers, 239-275-4647

125 Commerce Ave. Lake Placid, FL 33852 863-699-9222

500 E. Dania Bch. Blvd. Dania Bch, FL 954-9271564

Big R Custom Motorcycles

2955 45th Street West Palm Beach, Fl 33407 561-659-4131

540 W Sunrise Blvd. Ft. Ladrdl 33311 954-52-5446 234 S. Dixie Hwy. Pomp. Bch 33060 954-782-9840 214 N Dixie Hwy. Lakeworth 33460 954-781-8687 1056 Pine Isle Rd. Cape Coral, 33909 239-574-1800 839 NE 43rd Crt. Pomp. Bch 33064 954-943-6225

2621 NE 9th Ave. #6 Cape Coral, FL 33909 239-573-7576 434 NE 3rd. Ave. Cape Corral, FL 239-458-4584


4349 W. Sunrise Blvd, Plantation, FL 33313 954-327-7177


4100 N. Powerline Pomp. Bch 33073 954-974-5654


181 Nw 20th Ave. Boca Raton, FL 561-391-6737


2608 S. Federal Hwy. Ft. Lauderdale 954-467-9909


1622 NE 205th Terr. Miami Bch, 33179 305654-8114

Bruce Rossmeyer's FT. Lauderdale H-D

2871 N Federal Hwy. Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33303

Cape Motorsports

946 NE Pine Island Rd Cape Coral, FL 33909 239-573-2453


16355 San Carlos Blvd. Suite C Ft. Myers 239-910-0108


4299 SW 75th Ave. Miami, FL 305-262-2289


5202 NW 15th St. Margate 33063 954-972-4478

Freedom Power Sports


Harley-Davidson Ft. Myers Harley-Davidson PALM BCH



7885 Overseas Hwy. Marathon, FL 33050 305-289-1719


1911 SR 7 Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33317 954-587-4392


Horney’s Custom Cycles

6200 Arc Way #2 Ft. Myers, 33912 239-278-0484


19400 NW 2nd Ave. Miami , FL 33169 1-800-545-2561


19825 S. Dixie Hwy. Miami , FL 33157 1-877-MIAMIHD


MM 29.9 Big Pine Key Big Pine


507 E. Coast Dr. Ste 1 Lantana 561-586-0082

Dynasty Cycles Inc.

11316 Wiles Rd. Coral Springs, 33076 954796-9692

7990 Pines Blvd. Pembroke Pines 954-962-6330

10491 Corkscrew Commons Dr. Estero, FL 33932 239-221-4653

152 N.E. 6th Ave. Delray Bch, 33483 561-272-2812 570 S. Dixie Hwy. Lantana, 33462 561-586-7777

Treasure Coast Harley-Davidson








2200 US Hwy 441 SE Okeechobee, Fl 34974 863-763-8003


Oakland Park, FL 33309


bruce l. scheiner Custom Coatings

1100 NE 5th Terrace Ft. Lauderdale 954-467-2468


498 US Hwy. 27, P.O. Box 412 Moore Haven, FL 33471 863-946-3902


1901 Estero Blvd. Ft. Myers Beach 239-463-8844


6663-C Boca Pines Boca Raton 561-852-9395

P.O. Box 3026 Delray Beach

Hole In The Wall

Verdow M/C Repair

2513 N. Dixie Hwy. Lake Worth

Knives, Swords & Weapons 561-963-1102


4800 Golden Gate Pkwy. Naples, FL 34116 941-455-7900



San Carlos Country Club

J.C. western Supply

1200 Congress Ave. Flea Market Mall West Palm Beach

Jamie's Bail Bonds

9137 S. Tamiami Trail Ft. Myers, FL 33908 239-267-0500

3120 W. Hall Bch. Blvd. Pembroke Park ,FL

1687 Inlet Drive N. Ft. Myers 941-995-7001

East Broward Blvd. Ft Lauderdale, 954-467-8989

shucker’s & company Singers Coffee Bar

1708 Cape Coral Pkwy. Cape Coral , Fl 33914 239-541-0676


Leslie Kay's INSURANCE

7800 SW 104th St. & US1 Miami, FL 305-274-1228

6030 Seminole Blvd Seminole 737-375-9792

2419 Quantum Blvd. Boynton Beach, 33426 FL 561-367-1788 • 1-866-367-1788

4223 Davie Rd. Davie, FL 954-584-4644


1661 Estero Blvd. Ft. Myers Beach 239-463-6262

9 Del Prado Blvd. Cape Coral 239-770-0383


1204 Estero Blvd. Ft. Myers Beach 239-463-9256

1400 Alabama Ave. 1 W Plm Bch, 561-659-1477


312 S. Congress W. Palm Bch 33409 561-471-9530


381- Prospect Rd. Oakland Park, FL 954-938-5971 5983 S. University Dr. Davie, FL 954-680-9578


surf club



victory Cafe

4120 Handcock Bridge Pkwy. N. Ft. Myers, FL 33903S 239-995-0304

525 Pine Island Rd Unit U N. Ft. Myers, FL 33908 239-656-2919

8354- W. Oakland Pk. Blvd. Sunrise, FL 954-749-1829

11133 Del Prado S. Cape Coral, 33990 239-458-5517

3758 Cleveland Ave. Ft. Myers, Fl 239093-1300

3224 Fowler St. Ft. Myers 239-731-8424

58835 Overseas Hwy. Grass Key 33001 305-743-8282


9441 HWY 78 West Okeechobee, Fl 863-467-1360

Iron Eagle Bar

Motorcycle Res Q


3985 Ravenswood Rd. Dania, FL 33312 954-792-6519


Marty Franks Pack & Ship


MM 82.5 Oceanside, Islamorda, FL 305-664-2623


Lisa Davis Realtor

Motorcycle transport 239-877-6988

151 S. Cypress Rd. Pompano Bch, FL 33060 954-545-3337

3442 Marinatown Lane N. Fort Myers, FL 33903 239-997-7110

2624 NW Boca Raton Blvd. FL Boca Raton, FL 561-394-0205

bowland All Star

3618 Lantana Rd. Lantana, FL 33462 561-947-0115



4180 Jog Rd. Greenacers , FL 33467 561-433-4474

Sun Sports Cycles

2531 Katherine St. Ft. Myers, FL 239-332-1477

4046 NE 6th Ave. Oakland Park, FL 954-651-1110

Nemos Sports Cafe


13101 North Cleveland Ave. Fort Myers FL 239-652-0900

MAD Motorcycles



Beads by Sundown

221 Martin Ave. Greenacres, FL 561-965-2664


3388 Fowler St Ft. Myers FL 239-415-2453

102670 Overseas Hwy. Key Lrgo 33037 305451-3606

junkanoo on the beach

4020 Evans Ave. Ft. Myers 941-939-2900

4519 SE Commerce Ave. Stuart, FL Toll Free: 888-868-4783

3580 Overseas Hwy. Marathon, FL 33050 305-289-9600

Jimmy’s Pink Cadillac Cafe

350 SW 12 Ave. Pompano, FL 33069 954-941-1611


612 S. Federal Hwy. Stuart, FL 34994 772-286-8158

AMERICAN ROAD COLLECTION 1616 N Florida Mago Rd. Ste 1A W. Palm Beach, FL 56168 561-689-1991

Southwest Cycle

1031 5th Street, Miami Beach Fl 33139 305-532-4235

Hurricane Cycles

4536 S.E. 16th Place Cape Coral,F L 239-540-7912



2818 N. Tamiami Trail N. Ft. Myers, 239995-2138

4967 SE Federal Hwy 1& Brook St Stuart, FL 34997 1-800-264-0201

17240 S. Tamiami Trail Ft. Myers, FL 941-432-9611


2818 N. Tamiami Trail , FL Ft. Myers, FL 33903 239-995-2138

3441 Colonial Blvd. Ft. Myers 239-277-7777

1900 N. Federal Hwy. Delray Beach, FL 33432


South Beach motorcycles Rental

9800 S.W. 168th St Miami 33157 305-233-1204


4212 Fowler St. Ft. Myers, FL 239-936-9500



17671 San Carlos Blvd. Ft. Myers Bch. FL 239-489-1333


1201 East Sunrise Blvd. Ft Lauderdale, FL 33304 954-779-1193


4601 Fowler St Ft. Myers, FL 239-415-3271

Haus of Trikes & Bikes

900 28th St. West Palm Bch, 33407 561-863-5760



1020 N.E. Pine Island Rd. Cape Coral 941573-8800


1201 E. Sunrise Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale. 33304 954-779-3669


7254 SW 40th St. Miami, FL 305-261-5002

106 Pondella Rd. Ft. Myers, FL 239-656-0073

4006 Progress Ave. Naples, FL 239-434-8699


WInners Circle

6901 Okeechobee Blvd. W. Palm Bch 561-684-0005

WETZ pub

wings n’ ribs

Naples Motorcycle Riding School North Fort Myers Florist Inc.

Paula & Daves Signs


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Can't believe where time has went!Seems like I was just sitting here trying to figure out what I'd write about. With the economy and the rainy season, we sure are not hurting for bike events or bike nights! Not wanting to miss being a part of HD history, I get up Sunday Morn on July 26th to ride the" Guinness World Record Harley Ride". Knowing it would rain, it was still a ride my Chrome Luvin', Tank Huging, Chrome Diva Sisters knew we must go! Meeting at Harley in Ft. Myers then waiting out the rain there we finally got a little break of sunshine and headed over to the Germaine Arena in Estero. What a "AWESOME "site! Nothing but them HD's shining like diamonds. Finally we are ready to get "Hawg Wild" and start our ride to the Seminole Casino in Immokalee. Talk about some Bad Azz Thunder! Once arriving at the Casino we all headed in different directions, some to gamble, get their favorite beverage and some just to enjoy good conversation! Chrome Diva Bonnie and I headed right to the EE_TO_LEET_KE Grill to have lunch and their famous frybread! Then along came Mary,soon Deb,Norma,Steve,Bob,Susan.....This is the best part ,breaking fry bread with my broth-

ers and sisters!!!! Now did we break the record? Hello no, but we sure had a great time trying! Until next time , keep your hand on the throttle! Donta

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CHA-CHING Gambling will be a lot easier as the State of Florida is introducing 1,000 instant ticket vending machines. The first terminals will be placed in Tampa and Fort Myers and all 1,000 units will be up and running by mid-October.

warning! warning! If you cheat on your wife, here is a story you need to read! A Wisconsin man was invited to a hotel by his “girlfriend”. Thinking he was going to have a great evening, he went to the hotel and agreed to be tied up by “the love of his life” .... nothing like a good night of kinky sex right? Well, he got a lot more than he bargaining for. You see, the gal had three other “girlfriends” waiting in the bathroom along with the guy’s wife! They asked him who he loved the most .... threatened him with mace .... punched him in the face .... and then broke out the Krazy Glue! Yes, they glued is “weenie” to his stomach .... ouch !!!! The women face kidnapping charges but the man was also charged with child abuse, theft and harassment. Damn, I’m glad I don’t live in Wisconsin!

PEOPLE ON THE DECLINE? U.S. births fell in 2008 for the first time since the start of the decade - officially ending the “baby boom”. There were 4,247,000 births last year, down approximately 68,000 from 2007. However, the 2007 figure was the largest number in our history. I guess we’ll see what happens this year to see the true trend!

Endangered Species?

ANyone for chinese? If you think the United States is tough on convicted criminals take a look at this statistic .... In 2008 there were 37 executions carried out in the USA (Texas accounted for 18 of the deaths and there were a total of 42 executions in 2007) .... Last year there were 346 executions in Iran .... and (are you ready for this) in 2008 China executed 5,727 people! That’s right, five thousand, seven hundred and twenty-seven people were put to death in China last year! Here we go again with talks concerning a high-speed rail line connecting Tampa and Orlando with long range plans to reach Miami. Now don’t get me wrong, I think our area needs a light-rail system especially when you look at the fact that states we are the only large metropolitan area out of the top 20 nationwide cities without some type of service. This measure actually was passed by Florida voters and then removed by state legislators. The group “ConnectUs” is behind the new push and they are looking to raise $2.53-billion in federal economic stimulus money to get it done.

ON THE JOB HAZARDS A third employee in six weeks has died at Disney World in Orlando. This is a shocking number and something that the megacompany needs to take a serious look at. It’s great to provide excitement and give people thrills but when those thrills start threatening your employees it’s time to make changes.

cHURCH HOUSE / POOR HOUSE Ten percent of the Catholic churches in South Florida are being closed the church has said it lost a great amount of money in the stock market and weekly donations are way down. The church said they can’t make utility payments, insurance payments and other normal expenses due to lack of funds. Wow .... I guess it doesn’t matter what you do, things are difficult in today’s economy!

$$$ 4 cLUNKERS Here’s some good news !!!! Construction of US single-family homes rose in July for the fifth straight month. In other news, General Motors says it will add 60,000 vehicles to its production in the third and fourth quarters and bring back 1,350 laid-off workers. The increase is due to the “cash for clunkers” program ... wow, a stimulus package that actually worked .... that’s different!

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The K-Moto Dragon will be on display at these events: Sept 04-07 Sept 18-20 Sept 30-Oct -04 Oct 2-4 Run to Oct 9-11 Oct 15-18 Oct 23-25 Oct 30 - Nov 01 February 2010

Crossfire Christian Biker Rally Gear Fest Myrtle Beach Fall Rally The Heartland Sanford Bikefest Biketoberfest Art on Wheels Bama Bike Fest Fall Rally Leather & Lace Expo

Billingsly, AL Tampa, FL Murrells Inlet, SC Sebring, FL Sanford, FL Daytona Beach, FL Lake Charles, LA Forkland, AL Deland, FL

For More Info Contact Chet & Gaylyn Moraniec

or Call 386-492-3682

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SEPTEMBER 6 - WEBSTER MONTHLY SWAP MEET, CAR & BIKE SHOW - Located at Webster Westside Flea Market, 516 NW 3rd Street (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 $4.00, children under 14 FREE. Show & Corral (for sale by owner) registration $7.50. Club/Organization Participation Award (10 or more vehicles registered). Trophies & Cash Prizes! Vendors welcome: outside 15’ x 30’ spaces $15; covered 10’ x 10’ spaces $10. ATM always on site. Info 800-832-3477, reservations 352-6284656. Contact Jackie Smith. Email: websterswaps@aol. com or and SEPTEMBER 7 - 2ND ANNUAL MDA RIDE FOR A CURE - 8:30am Registration at Adamec Harley-Davidson Baymeadows, 8909 Baymeadows Road, Jacksonville, FL 32256, ph 904-493-1931. Adamec will host the 2nd Annual MDA Labor Day Ride for a Cure, info Brittany, 904-296-7434,  Web Site: www.  and www.AdamecHarley. com.  OCTOBER 3 - 2ND ANNUAL CHILI COOK-OFF AND POKER RUN - At the Red Dog Saloon, Hwy 301 South, Starke, FL. To benefit Hampton Veteran's Memorial Fund, Inc. Last bike out by 11am and cars are welcome. $10 for one hand or $15 for two hands. Vendor space available for $20 for a 10X10. Chili must be prepared and cooked on site. Categories are for Hot and Mild. Call for entry forms and info. Jim 352-215-9217 or Rude Roy 904-612-7715 or Shirley 904-964-7798. www. OCTOBER 21-24 - 2009 FLORIDA STATE H.O.G.® RALLY - $25 Member, $25 guests at the pre-registration price, The State H.O.G. Rally will be held in the beautiful city of St Augustine, Wednesday-Saturday. Pre-registration open until September 7, 2009. The host hotel is the Holiday Inn, 860 A1A Beach Blvd, St Augustine Beach, ph 904-471-2555. This is a members only event, HOG members may bring a paid guest. Wednesday is usually a preparation day, there will be a night music and dance event (Tiki Bar - Holiday Inn), and if you arrive early, you can wonder through this beautiful city and learn about the history of Florida. It is the nation's oldest city, so there is a lot of history for you enjoy with this year's theme of "Rendezvous with History". Events will be held at several nearby hotels and resorts. Interested vendors visit, for Rally info contact Bruce Fuller,, ph 352-3838673. Website:

American Legion Riders Chapter 16 Bike Night (2nd Friday 5-7) 4701 NW 6th St. Gainesville Beef O’ Brady’s Bike Night (1st Monday) 857 SW Main Street Lake City, FL 386-754-6860 Beef O’ Brady’s 3rd Thurs. of Month Back Beach Road Panama City Beach, FL Buffalo Wild Wings (Last Wed. Of the Month) 99 Eglin Parkway Ft. Walton Beach, FL 850-301-WING BT's Lounge Bike Show 3rd Sat. of the Month 5260 Gulf Breeze Pky. Midway, FL 850-934-9544 Calendars Pizzeria & Sports Bar Last Saturday of the Month US 90 & College Macclenny, FL 904-259-5040

MONDAY: Beef O Brady's 6500 SW Archer Rd. Gainesville, FL Hooters Restuarant 504 West Geoffrey Street St.Augustine, FL 904-819-9919 The Steel Pony 5312 Jammes Avenue Jacksonville, FL 904-777-5630 Wings Of Fire 397 E. James Lee Blvd. Crestview, FL TUESDAY: Dick's Wings 474313 St. Rd. 200 904-491-3469 HJ’s Miss B Haven 12905 N. Main Street Jacksonville, FL 904-757-3595 Hooters Restaurant 180 Cracker Barrell Dr. Crestview, FL 32563 850-423-1333

Ellie Ray's River Landing 3rd Wednesday of Month 3349 NW 110 Street Branford, Fl 32008 386-935-1099 Love 2 Ride Bikers Consignment Store 3rd SUNDAY each month Bike/Hot Rod Cruise In 3275-3 US Hwy 17 No. Green Cove Springs, Fl, (904) 284-4321 Panama Joe's Bike Night (Last Wed.) 5109 NW 39th Ave. Gainesville, 352-377-7665 Putnam County Swap Meet (3rd Sunday) 117 Yelvington Rd. East Palatka, Fl 32131 386-868-3727 352-505-8287 Spindrifter Lounge Bike Night (3rd Saturday) US 441 & I-75 Alachua, FL 386-462-9081

Hooters Restaurant 1137 Beacon Point Drive Jacksonville, FL 904-723-5224 Rivers Edge Sports Bar 915 S. 14th St. Fernandia Beach, FL 904-491-3849 WEDNESDAY: Buffalo’s Cafe 6055 Youngeman Circle Orange Park 904-778-1101 Buffalo Wild Wings 99 Eglin Parkway Ft. Walton Beach, FL 850-301-WING Moe's Southwest Grill 2941 W. Hwy 90 Lake City FL 386-754-9373 Roadhouse Grill 741 West 23rd Street Panama City, FL 850-522-1446

THURSDAY: Arnold’s 3912 US Highway 1 North St.Augustine 904-824-8738 Hooters Restuarant 15015 Emerald Coast Destin, FL 850-654-1007 Timbuktu 1740 N. Highway 301 Starke, FL 904-966-2229 FRIDAY: Hooters Restaurant 12709 Front Beach Road Panama City, FL 850-230-9464 SATURDAY: Bay Breeze Lounge 1889 Garcon Point Rd. Milton, 850-623-5859 Cross Creek Steakhouse 12123 Lem Turner Rd, Jacksonville, Fl 32218 (904)765-7420

Full Throttle 93 NORTH FLORIDA Extends from Cedar Key across the state to Palm Coast and includes: Pensacola, Tallahassee, Lake City, Gainesville, St. Augustine and Jacksonville 904-992-1340 352-347-5130 904-819-9919 904-966-2229 SALES & SERVICE JERRY’S CYCLES Alachua Sports Pub WALTON CAFE hooter's OF TALLAHASSEE Adamec HARLEY-DAVIDSON/BUELL At Regency, 10399 Atlantic Blvd. 904-641-3735 Adamec HARLEY-DAVIDSON/BUELL Of Orange Park 1520 Wells Road Orange Park, FL 904-215-1931 Adamec HARLEY-DAVIDSON/BUELL Of JACKSONVILLE 8909 Baymeadows Rd. 904-493-1931 Alachua County Choppers 12801 NW Hwy 441 Alachua 386-418-0111 AMERICAN CYCLE SERVICE 2815-B Bolton Rd. Orange Park, FL 904-272-4121 AMERICAN PERFORMANCE CYCLES OF nORTH fLORIDA Baya Ave. SE James Ave. Lake City, FL 32025 386-752-2371 Atlantic Motosports 1400 Mayport Rd, Atlantic Beach BDB CUSTOM MOTORCYCLES 93 John Sims Pkwy, Niceville, FL 850-897-1769 Big Bike 3842 Sunbeam Rd. 32257 262-2453 Blazin Steel Choppers 4549-14 St. Augustine Rd . 32207 904-260-0963 CAPITAL CITY hARLEY-DAVIDSON 1745 Capital Circle NW Tallahassee, FL 850-205-4294 Chopper city 120 College Dr. #A, Orange Park, 888-721-1969 Columbia Co. Cycle 961 SW Sisters Welcome Rd. Lake City, FL 32025 386-758-9811 COASTAL POWERSPORTS 12 Eglin Pkwy. Fort Walton Beach, FL 850-226-7960 Cycle Accessories WEST 6336 Blanding Blvd. 32244 904-778-0941 cycle & SKI CONCEPTS 4230 CR 218 Middleburg, FL 32068 904-291-6388 CYCLE WORLD 8500 N. Pensacola Blvd. Pensacola, FL 850-478-1775 D & C Motorcycle 1033 Blanding Blvd. #303 Orange Park, 904-272-0747 Dick’s Wing 789 Blanding Blvd. Orange Park 904-272-6010 DISTINCTIVE CYCLES 18291 Hwy. 331 S. Freeport, FL 850-835-5400 DOC’s SOUTHERN CYCLES 3975- Hwt. 90 Pace, FL 32571 850-994-8727 EAGLE CUSTOMS 96 Old Milligan Road Crestview, FL 32536 850-682-7987 Evil Twin Choppers 5860 Old Timuquana Rd. 32210 904-908-0086 First City Honda 210 State Rd 16 St. Augustine, FL 904-829-6416 furst automotive & cycle 109 W. Duval St. Live Oak, FL 32064 386-364-8310 GAINESVILLE H-D 4125 NW 97th Blvd. Gainesville 352-331-6363 Hawg Rider 861 Hwy.90 West Glen St. Mary 904-259-8600 HARLEY-DAVIDSON OF PENSACOLA 6385 Pensacola Blvd. Pensacola, FL 32505 850-494-1224 HARLEY-DAVIDSON OF ST. aUGUSTINE 2575 SR 16, St. Augustine, FL 32862 904-829-8782 HERITAGE CYCLE HARLEY-DAVIDSON OF FT. WALTON BEACH 788 N. Beal Pkwy. Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32547 850-862-4706 HERNDON BROTHERS 266 Hwy. 90 W. Baldwin, FL 32234 904-266-3341 THE HILLBILLY CHOP SHOP 3496 Gulf Breeze Pkwy, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563 850-932-1717 Honda of Jacksonville 8209 Atlantic Blvd. 32211 721-2453 HONDA-YAMAHA OF fT. wALTON bEACH 726 No. Beal Pkwy. Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32547 850-862-4622 JACKSONVILLE POWERSPORTS 10290 Atlantic 32225 641-5320 JAX CUSTOM CYCLES 14603 Beach Blvd. (Palm Cove Marina)

114 Racetrack Rd., Ft. Walton Beach 32547 850-862-8383 Keystone Kruisers P.O. Box 1532 Keystone Hgts. FL 32656 352-745-1345 Knuckle Draggers 14908 US Hwy. 301 South 32091 904-964-9634 lake side choppers 1876 State Rd. 20 Hawthorne, FL 352-481-0050 Lee’s Cycle Center Middleburg, FL 32068 291-1577 MIKE'S MOTORCYCLE REPAIR 37635 SR 19 Umatilla 32784 352-589-0347 MOTORCITY CYCLES 501 S. 8th St. Fernandina Bch. FL 32034 904-261-9085 No LIMIT CycleS 5105 Phillips Hwy. Jacksonville, FL 904-737-5151 NORTHSIDE CYCLES 20 Oceanway Ave., Jax, FL 32218 904-751-1520 Open Road Leathers 10271 Beach Blvd Jacksonville 32246 904-646-1101 ORANGE CUSTOM CYCLES Hawthorne, FL 32640 352-468-3979 polaris of gainEsville 9420 N.W. 13th St. Gainesville 32653 352-373-5983 Purcell’s Motorcycle 6407 Blanding Blvd. 32244 778-4246 RC’S CUSTOM TRANSPORT Eustis 352-357-3102 REDLINE MOTORCYCLES 179 W. Airport Blvd. Pensacola, FL 850-478-3090 REGENCY H-D 10399 Atlantic Blvd. 32225 641-3735 River City Cycles 2264 Atlantic Blvd. 32207 346-4277 Ron Turner Cycles 1031 Beach Blvd. 32250 641-0066 RPM MOTORCYCLES 518 SE 2nd St. Gainesville 32601 352-377-6974 SEVEN BRIDGES CYCLES, INC. 8841 Atlantic Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32211 904-721-6650 Speed Specialities 1404 East Port Rd. 32218 751-4082 STAN’S MOTO GUZZI / BMW 3009 NE 20TH Way Gainesville 32609 352-378-2811 stock mild to wild 2012 Blanding Blvd. 32210 389-1177 stoKES VICTORY-POLARUS CYCLES 4101 Mobile Hwy. Pensacola, FL 32506 877-457-8201 SUNRISE WHOLESALE 6763-N. Palafox St. Pensacola, FL32503 850-857-1550 Suzuki/SEADOO Orange CO. 1510 Wells Rd. Orange Park, FL 32073 269-2121 THE CYCLE SHOP 4003 W. Pensacola St. Tallahassee, FL 850-576-6329 THE PHOENIX MTRCL SHOP 4101 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville 32609 352-795-4832 traditional cycles 13301-B Rachel Blvd. Alachua 32615 386-462-2538 V-Twin Cycle and Leathery 6802 W.E. Hwy 301 Orange Heights 352-339-3275 V-TWIN STATION 350 Eldridge Ave. #10 Orange Park, FL 32073 904-269-9633 WOMEN RIDE TOO! 1939 Park Meadows Dr. #1 Fort Myers, FL 239-694-RIDE (7433)

BIKER FRIENDLY BARS & RESTAURANTS AMVETS POST 178 4776 US Hwy. 90 W. DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433 850-892-4594 AMERICAN LEGION POST #75 898 E. James Lee Blvd. Crestview, FL32536 850-689-3195 ANCHOR INN 10135 SE Sunset Harbor Rd. Summerfield, FL 34491 352-288-8665 ANNIE'S FULL MOON SALOON 13214 SE Hwy 301 Belleview

14003 NW 150th Ave. Alachua 386-462-5322 Arnold's 3912 US1 North, St. Augustine, FL 904-824-8738 BAY BREEZE LOUNGE 1889 Garcon Point Rd. Milton FL 850-623-5859 BAYOU PUB 582 W. John C. Sims Pkwy. Niceville, FL 32578 850-729-2116 BEEF O’ BRADY’S 857 SW Main Blvd. #110, Lake City 386-754-6860 BEEF O’ BRADY’S 1310 US Hwy 331 So., De Funiack Springs, FL 850-951-9877 BEEF O’ BRADY’S 2509 So. Ferdon Blvd. Crestview, FL 32536 850-682-9588 BLUE HIGHWAY A PIZZERIA 204 NE Hwy. 441 Micanopy 32667 352-466-0062 Boot leg BAr B que 15801 LC Hilton Drive STE 105, Panama City Beach, FL 850-865-3279 box seats westside 4329 Blanding Blvd., Jax FL 904-908-7328 Brass Anchor Pub & GRILL 2292 Mayport Rd #35 Jax, FL 32233 904-247-5329 BROKEN SPOKE 1529 N. University Blvd. 32211 744-1898 BROOKLYN BOYS 4196 West US Hwy 90 Lake City, Fl 386-758-3171 BT’s LOUNGE 5260 Gulf Breeze Parkway Midway FL 850-934-9544 Buffalo’s Cafe 6055 Youngerman Cir. 32244 778-1101 BUFFALO WILD WINGS 99 Eglin Pkwy. (Uptown Station 3A) Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32548 850-301-9464 CECIL’s PUB 5863 Arlington Rd. 32211 744-5132 CHEYENNE SALOON 337 Hwy 17 S. East Palatka 386-328-9216 Chuck wagon Tavern 3737 Old Kings Rd. North 32254 356-0032 COCODRIE’S 8649 Gulf Blvd. Navarre Beach, FL 32566 850-939-8777 COOTER JACKS 601 Plum St (Hwy 41 N) Jennings, FL 32053 CRACKERS LOUNGE & PACKAGE 1282 Blanding Blvd., Orange Park, FL 32065 904-879-9464 CRoss Creek SteakHouse 12123 Lem Turner Rd, Jacksonville, Fl 32218 (904)765-7420 DAVE JONES LOCKER 6820 N. Palafox, Pensacola, FL 850-474-0566 emeralds lounge 2441 NW 43rd St. Suite 26B Gainesville, FL 32606 352-373-1141 EUPHORIA TAVERN 13312 Front Beach Rd. Panama City Bch. FL 850-233-9505 FAMOUS DAVE’S 1926 Capital Circle NE, Tallahassee, FL 850-222-RIBS floyd’s diner 615 N.W. Santa Fe Blvd. High Spring 32643 386-454-5775 Free Bird Cafe 200 N. 1st St. 32250 246-2473 FROG’S PUB W. US Hwy. 90 Lake City, FL 386-752-9915 HANGAR 7 E. US Hwy. 90 Lake City, FL 32025 386-755-9922 HELEN BACK 114 Amberjack Dr. Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32548 850-796-1451 HI LEVEL BAR & LIQUORS 3821 Reid St. Palatka, 386-328-7131 HJ’S MIS B HAVEN 12905 Main St. Jax, FL 32218 904-757-3595 HOG’S BREATH SALOON 541 E. Hwy. 98 Destin, FL 32541 HOOTERS OF CRESTVIEW 3698 S. Ferdon Blvd. Crestview, FL 32536 850-423-1333 HOOTERS OF DESTIN 15015 Emerald Coast Pkwy, Destin, FL 850-654-1007 hooter's St augustine 504 West Geoffery St.St. Augustine, FL

2000 N. Monroe St. Tallahassee, FL 850-385-2004 HWY. 17 TAVERN 850532 US Hwy 17 SS., Yulee FL 32097 904-225-9211 jack's bar-b-que 691 A1A Beach Blvd.St. Augustine, FL 904-460-8100 JOHN t’S Hwy. 90 East, DeFuniak Springs, FL 850-892-0768 Kats-Hide-Away Bar 11137 Normandy Blvd. 786-9479 Kickers Lounge 5406 CR. 218 Middleburg LONG BRANCH 946 S. Marion St. Lake City, FL 32024 386-758-2226 Mango’s Beach Bar 602 N. First St. 32250 904-353-6891 MOE’S SOUTHWEST GRILL 2941 W. Hwy. 90, Lake City, FL 32055 MUNEGIN'S PAGE 4005 NW 13th St. Gainesville, 352-335-0300 OASIS LOUNGE 15917 State Hwy. 20 Villa Taso, FL 850-897-3264 OH SUZANNAH’S 686-Hwy. 90 West, D e Funiak Springs, FL 850-8922-4933 PaNAMA JOE'S 5109 NW 39th Ave. Gainesville 352-377-7665 Paradise Alley 831 N. 1st St. Jacksonville Beach 246-2837 Pastime Bar 301 Lenox Ave. Jax 32205 904-781-9862 Red Lion Tavern & Cafe 2104 Talleyrand Ave. 32206 904-353-6891 RED DOG SALOON 12542 S. Hwy. 301 Starke, FL 32091 904-964-7798 RENI’S REDNECK YACHT CLUB 850019 US Hwy. 17 N. Yulee, FL 32097 904-225-0272 RENI’S ROOSTER 12661 Phillips Hwy. Bayard, FL 32256 904-880-1111 RIVER’S EDGE SPORTS BAR 915 S. 14th St. Fernandina Bch. FL 904-491-3849 RUMORS TAVERN 4444 SW 20th Ave. Gainesville FL 352-335-5972 SAM’S PLACE Hwy. 79 No., Bonifay, FL 850-547-3338 Santa fe Bar US 441 in High Springs 386-454-9461 SHELIA'S BAR 4071 NW 110th Dr. Jasper, FL 32052 SMITH LAKE BAR & PACKAGE 5030 CR 214, Keystone Hgts. FL 32656 352-473-4534 SONY & JO'S PUB 115 S. Central Ave. Jasper, FL 32052 spindrifter 16130 NW US Hwy. 441 Alachua, FL 32615 386-462-9081 sPORTS PAGE WINGS & GRILLE 450061 SR 200 (A1A) Callahan, FL 32011 904-879-9464 steel pony 5312 Jammes Road, Jax 32210 904-777-5630 SUGAR TREE CAFE 127 East Call St. Starke, FL 904-964-3003 THE HONKY TONK 2254- Hwy. 83 N., De Funiak Springs, FL 850-892-4660 the howling wolf 1701 State Rd 100 Melrose, FL 32666 352-473-0773 The Junction 120 NE Sixth Ave. Williston 32696 352-528-0518 THE OUTPOST 4576 County Hwy. 3280, Freeport, FL 850-835-2779 THE PALACE SALOON 117 Centre St. Frenandina Bch. 32034 The rehab saloon 3297 Hwy 17 N Green Cove Springs, FL 904-531-9319 The Runaway 16212 E. Hwy. 98 Panama City, FL 850-874-0059 THUNDERBIRD 2175 N. Hwy 470 Lake Penasoffkee 352-793-5793 Timbuktu Lounge 17420 N. Hwy 30 Starke

854 Baldwin Ave. DeFuniak Springs, FL 32435 850-892-7360 West End Liquor 5350 NW 50th Ave. Chiefland FL 32626 352-472-4229 Whitey’s Fish Camp 2032 CR. 220 Orange Park 32003 904-269-4198 white elephant 7900 St. Rd. 100 Keystone Hgts. 352-473-2194 WINGS OF FIRE 397- E. James Lee Blvd. Crestview, FL 32539 850-689-3473 world famous round bar 414 NE 39th Ave. Gainesville 32609 352-376-6644


ABICCA CONTRACTING, INC. 5668 State Hwy 20 E. Freeport, FL 32439 850-685-3868 AMERICAN LEGION POST 75 898 James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL 850-689-3195 big city tattoo 1975 Wells Rd- 6854 Arlington Expwy. 904-276-9619 BUDDY’S BAIT & TACKLE 1771 Hwy. 83 N. DeFuniak Springs, 850-951-2433 Clippers Baber Shop 44972 Hwy. 301 Callahan, FL 904-876-0169 Dream Catcher Tattoo 1807 N. Main St. 32206 904-924-0730 ENCARDES CUSTOM HOMES 48 White Rd. DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433 850-951-2433 ENCARDES TRUCKING & SERVICES, INC. 74 Popcorn Ave. DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433 850-892-6989 Fast Boys Wings 12220 Atlantic Blvd . 32225 904-221-9464 FIRST NATIONAL BANK & TRUST 298 Hwy. 90 E. DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433 850-951-9900 HAIRBENDERS Westgate Plaza, SR 16 #114 St. Augustine, FL 32084 KINGS HWY. TOWING & RECOVERY 102 Auburn Road Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32547 850-863-1263 Law Office / Dale Workman 309 NE 1st Ave. Gainesville, FL 32601 352-333-7676 Live Wire Tattoo 815-1 Beach Blvd. 32250 246-3919 love 2 ride 32753 Hwy 17 N Green Cove Springs, FL 904-284-4321 METAL & VINYL PRODUCTS 14 Duval St. Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32547 850-864-3322 Nations Financial inc 10769 Beach Blvd #12, Jacksonville 904-482-1029 Open Road Leathers 10271 Beach Blvd. 32246 646-1101 OVER THE EDGE TATTOO & GRAPHICS 1504 US Hwy. 90 West, De Funiack Springs, FL 850-892-6677 Peter Laczko Insurance 1500 Corporate Center Way Wellington, FL 33414 561-333-5050 RENEGADE CLASSICS 4100 Gulf Breeze Pkwy. Gulf Breeze, FL 850-932-9216 SMITTY’S 4017 Bronko Rd. Middleburg, FL 282-5288 sound depot & perf. 405 NW 13th St. Gainesville, FL 32601 352-374-7700 The leather lady 11565-226 N. Main St. 32218 757-4151 THE TWISTED SISTER 108 NE Choloka Blvd. Micanopy 352-466-4040 TJ’s Painting 734 Luna St. Jacksonville, FL 32205 904-382-6871 UNIVERSITY PAWN & JEWELRY 320 SW 16 Ave. Gainesville 32601 VANGUARD BANK 2150 S. Ferdon Blvd. Crestview, FL 32539 850-682-2287 WRIGHT-CLENE CARPET CLEANING 212 Emma Lane DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433 850-892-1304


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This month was a thought pondering month. I started this month, Sat. the 8th, on a poker run for yet another person with whom I have had the privileged of meeting through working for the magazine. This was another run for a good person who has unfortunately been stricken with that dreadful disease we have come to know as cancer. I have only met Dorian a few times at Gainesville Harley where he works as a Sales Manager. But from the show of people at the poker run and money donated by friends and strangers alike, it is obvious he is a well loved person. The day was gorgeous, a great ride to places I haven’t been yet. We rode from G-Ville Harley to the Alachua Sports Pub to see Donna & my friends there. Then we went to Archer to a place called Rail House Grill for a great deal on a good lunch, then for the best part of the ride to Georgie Girls in Orange Lake. We ended at Gator Tails for a very enjoyable end to the ride. They had 100 bikes show and raised over $3,800 in donations and raised funds from the run. Dorian was there and was very, very appreciative for all who helped. On the 15th I attended yet another run for a cancer patient, Jerry Murray, from Welbourne, Fl. I was only able

to attend the end of the run due to my knee being busted up. Polly & Danny from Columbia County Cycles were our hosts for the day and they always do such a great job throwing together a great run, and received a load of donations for the run. Jerry seemed to be a very nice and well like individual. Jerry has been diagnosed with lung cancer and now has a lymphoid that that has to be removed as well. He is hopeful that they get it all and not have to do any chemo or radiation. So please send up your prayers for Jerry. They had 129 riders for this event and raised almost $3000. Jerry was very appreciative of all that attended and let us know it too. Well, that was the extent of my month. I am taking a two week break from riding now. I hurt my knee a few weeks ago and need to let it heal up so I can ride on the run I am hosting for Lil John. Ya’ll have a great month!!!

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SEPTEMBER 12 - SWAP MEET AT CUSTOM WORKS - SATURDAY September 12th FROM 9 am - 2 pm. FREE FOOD – Free Set Up - FUN – TECH INFO & GREAT DEALS ON PARTS & Service !! BUY - SELL - TRADE - SWAP - SHOP. Put some $$$$ back in Your pocket . Sell / Trade / Swap Your parts with other Bikers. Make the effort to clean out Your garage and Bring Your parts to the Swap meet for extra spending money. The Swap meet we be held every 2nd Saturday of the month. Bring Your Extra / Used / Unwanted Harley or Custom Parts to the Swap meet at CUSTOM WORKS in Daytona Beach FREE Set – up Space ( tables not included ) Please - no Commercial vendors. Questions ?? – Please call us at 386-257-1300 $$$$ Swap meet Saturday - receive up to 20% off suggested Retail on most Aftermarket items in stock on that day . Does not apply to already discounted items or items that have to be ordered. Custom Works , 806 N. Beach Street , Daytona Beach Ph. 386-257-1300 SEPTEMBER 13 - 5TH ANNUAL BENEFIT RIDE - 5TH Annual Benefit Ride, Sunday, September 13, 3009. Dedicated in the memory of L-Cpl. Jason Burnett, USMC 1986 - 2006. Starts/Ends at the KVLS Pavilion - Osceola Heritage Park, located between Kissimmee and St. Cloud on US 192. Only $35 per person includes: lunch, event T-shirt, 2 raffle tickets and entertainment. For more info and REGISTRATION (limit to 1,000) for Sponsorship and Vendor information or info call 407-5565000. 80 mile police escorted ride with no stops.

Cruisin' Destination Daytona 3rd Sat. of Each Month I-95 and US Highway 1 Daytona, FL 386-671-7103 Destination Daytona Block Party! Bike Night 1st Satuday I-95 and US Highway 1 (exit 273) Daytona, FL 386-671-7103 Orlando Harley Harley's and Hot Rods 2nd Friday of every month 3770 37th St. 407-423-0346 Pompano Harley-Davidson 2900 Center Court Cir. Pompano Beach, FL 954-545-3200 Putnam County Swap Meet (3rd Sunday) 117 Yelvington Rd. East Palatka, Fl 32131 386-868-3727 352-505-8287

Sunrise Harley-Davidson 2nd and 4th Friday Bike Nights 201 Int'l Parkway Sunrise, FL 33325 954-414-4135 Sunrise Harley-Davidson Ladies Garage Party 201 Int'l Parkway Sunrise, FL 33325 954-414-4135 Trader Jacks 1st Tues. - Family Night 4425 N. Hwy 17 Deland, FL 32720 386-985-3456 Trader Jacks 1st Wed - Truck Night 4425 N. Hwy 17 Deland, FL 32720 386-985-3456

SEPTEMBER 25-27 - FBMA 09 STATE RALLY - 2nd Annual Fall Motorcycle Rally sponsored by District No. 20 and Haines City Moose Lodge # 2083, 1104 US Hwy 17/92 N. Haines City, FL. Doors open Friday at 12noon. There will be live music, raffles, great food, door prizes, a poker run, games, cash drawings every day, a bike competition and vendors. For more info call 863-2068379 or

OCTOBER 15 - 18 - BIKETOBERFEST 2009 OCTOBER 17 - BIKETOBERFEST BIKE SHOW - 2nd Annual Pool Side ride in bike show. 10 classes and 4 specialty awards. Registation 12noon 0 3pm with the awards at 5:30pm. There will be live music with Rock-N-Roll Dundee, Beer, Full Liquor bar and a Pig Roast! For more info call Peewee at 386-299-9364 OCTOBER 17 - COUNTRY MYSTERY ROAD TOUR - Country Mystery Road Tour Saturday October 17th presented by the Daytona 200 Motorcycle Club located at 3602 International Speedway Blvd. Daytona Beach, FL 32124 $15 per bike, registration 9 A.M. kickstands up promptly at 10 A.M. Choose from 150 mile, 200 mile or 250 mile guided tour through the back roads of Florida that visitors never get to venture to. This is one ride you do not want to miss. For more information and directions to the clubhouse, visit our website or contact Mike 386-441-6783

WEDNESDAY: Dale’s Ales 2400 N. Volusia Ave. Orange City, FL 386-775-2377 FRIDAY: Trader Jacks 4425 N. Hwy 17 Deland, FL 32720 386-985-3456

SATURDAY: Pirates Pub 25031 CR 42 Paisly, FL 352-669-3872

Full Throttle 99 EAST COAST AREA - Includes: Flagler Beach, Daytona, Daytona Beach, Melbourne, Orlando, Sanford & Vero Beach SALES & SERVICE alley cat cycle supply

140 Riverside Dr. Holly Hill 257-5999


620 Hickman Circle Sanford 407-831-7888

Hedonist custom cycle

Americal steel horse cycles

617 Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach FL 32168 386-427-0556

american v-twin

605 Hickman Cur. Sanford , FL 407-322-6722

534 E. Intl Speedway Blvd. Deland, FL 32724 386-738-5959 0r 866-364-3904 5135 International Dr. Ste. 11 Orlando 1-407-903-0058 • 1-888-AM-V-TWIN


1429 S. Woodland Blvd. DeLand, FL 32720 386-873-4910

bikes only body shop

3609 Old Winter Garden Rd. Ste. A1, Orlando 298-1556

black-gold daytona cycle


Kissimmee motorsports

2881 N. Jouh Young Pkwy Kissimmee , FL

legends cycles

101 W. Cypress St. Kissimmee 870-5571


millers custom parts moine cycle warehse.

1301 Atlanta Ave. Orlando, FL

new smyrna harley-davidson ORANGE CUSTOM CYCLES orlando h-d & buell

9334 E. Colonial Drive Orlando 273-3579

806 N. Beach Street Daytona Beach 257-1300

1365 Bennett Drive Suite 101 Longwood 407-834-5007

cycle & ski concepts

4230 CR 218, Unit 4 Middleburg, FL 904-291-6388

orlando yamaha


4340 N. Orange Blossom Trail Orlando. FL 32804 1-407-290-9212


cycle sports center

7850 N. Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL 32810 1-407-291-3331 QUICK DRAW 728B Ballough Rd. Daytona Beach 386-253-0900


2105 French Ave. Hwy. 1792 Sanford 330-2056

daytona fun machines

1903 S. Ridgewood Ave S. Daytona 767-8133

cycle riders

3450 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando 841-8641 4001 John Young Parkway, Orlando 32804 299-9191 2385 S. Ridgewood Ave. S. Daytona 386-761-2411 450 Ridgewood Ave. Holly Hill 238-0888

daytona harley-davidson

290 N. Beach St. Daytona Beach 253-2453

Deland Motorsports

2610 S. Woodlawn Blvd. Deland FL, 32720 386-740-2453


scooters cycle

cathouse saloon

1113 N US 1 Ormond Beach 386-676-3832

dale's ales of orange city

745 Ridgewood Ave., Holly Hill 255-5596

dirty harry’s

701-705 Main St. 252-9877

dj’s deck

79 E. Dunlawton Ave. Port Orange 760-2277

Earl’s Hidaway

white eagle lounge

5533 US 1 Old Dixie Hwy. Krona 437-2341


2563 N. Atlantic Ave. Daytona Beach, FL 32118 386-898-0626


Pineda Inn porky’s Scores

6590 Old Winter Garden Rd. Orlando, FL

Sebastian Beach Inn

7035 S. Highway A-1-A Melbourn Beach 32951

smiley’s tap


7594 Chancellor Drive, Orlando, FL 32809 407-843-0182 Fax: 407-849-1724

advance paging

233 East State Rd. 434 Longwood 831-6339

affordable screen

811 Willma St. Longwood


All Steel Buildings

2593 Clank St. Suite 105 Apopka 295-2728

barney’s leather

438-N. Beach St. Daytona Beach 252-7770

buckle & hide

514 Main Street Orlando 253-9375

candance reed hair design

1425 S. R. 434 Ste.113 Longwood 767-0313

c & d Leather Orlando

Flea World #7, #9 Hwy 17-92


460 SR 436 Suite 104 Castleberry 407-331-7600

chopper design serv.

1365 Benette Dr. #101Longwood 834-5007

Cross Roads Leather

7565 Starky Seminole 33777

THE helmet shop

546 Ballough Rd. Daytona Bch., FL 32114

hot leathers factory

801 Main Street; Daytona Beach 238-1048

280 North SR 415 Osteen 321-2399

frank's place



146 N. Clark Rd. Ocee, FL 34761

froggers grill & bar

4459 N. Pinehills Road. Pine Hills 293-3199

froggys’ saloon

800 Main Street 259-0330

Gator’s Riverside Grille

4255 Peninsula Point Sanford 688-9700


gillys’ pub 44

grizzly bar & grill

400 Savage C., Longwood 339-1263

Handle Bar and Grill

2800 Melonville Sanford 321-5015

3925 Clarcona-Ocoee Rd., Orlando, FL

hardcore custom cycles

110 Fairview Ave. Daytona Beach 386-253-1703

407) 253-2227

whiskey river north

3730 S.R. 46 Sanford 328-9096

21918 Hwy. 40 Astor Park, FL 32102 1-352-759-3991

exotic custom CHOPPERS

25629 Edgewater Dr, Orlando


520 N. Palmetto Sanford 322-2150

foxhead lounge

600 N Hwy 17-02 Longwood, 339-4949



704 S Lakeshore Bld. Howy In The Hills

1405 Indian River Drive Sebastian 32958 fireside 1161 N US 1 Ormond Beach bar 677-9609 1481 N US 1 Ormond Beach 676-2552 STEEL AROUND FOREST TAVERN

1889 S. R. 44 New Smyrna Beach 428-6523

street wi ze

6060 S. U.S. 1 Grant 32951

Hwy 309 Georgetown 467-3956

Space Coast bourget

Space Coast Harley-Davidson

Ozzie Crab House

diamond backs

5507 Edgewater Drive, Orlando 291-6562

3345 North Courtenay Pkwy. Merritt Island FL 321-454-4020

orlando brewing

U.S. 1 Rockledge 32940

sinister cyclesports

3380 No. US1 Bunnell, FL 386-206-4832


2400 N Volusia Ave. Orange City, FL 32763 386-775-2377

1440 Executive Circle N.E. Palm Bay 32905

3834 Commerce Loop, Orlando 32808 407-293-2228


Captain Hairam’s

3709 N. Hwy. 17 DeLand, FL 32720 386-985-4850

1533 Ridgewood Ave. Holly Hill 615-1449

cactus bob’s

3191 Highway A-1-a Indialantic 32903 MAIN STREET STATION 316 Main Street Daytona Beach FL 386-253-0024

150 U.S. 1 Sebastian 32958


3770 37th St. Orlando 423-0346

crank & Chrome

310 Main Street 386-258-9506

Lou’s Blues

8155 S. Hwy 17-92 Fern Park 831-8888


custom works

boot hill saloon

willy’s place

330 Madison Ave., Daytona Beach 248-8409

last resort bar

3705 State Rd 44

7230 NE Hwy 301 Orange Heights. 352-468-3979

custom iron

1602 W. Airport Blvd. Sanford 323-1499

Junkyard saloon

1566 S. French Ave. Sanford 330-1275

cruise amer. motorcyce CURLY JIMS

bar out back

1040 Nursery Road. Winter Springs 695-6002

1899 S. R. 44 New Smyrna Beach 409-3034

2915 Orange Blossom Trail Kissimmee 931-1409


300 St. Laurant St. Longwood 767-5534 JOLLY GATOR FISH CAMP 4650 Highway 46, Geneva 407-349-5554

5812 S. Ridgewood Port Orange 761-5147

Clermont H-d

2480 S. Hwy 27 Clermont 352-243-7111


jerry’s italian restAURANT & pizza

beer: 30 grille & pub

1863 S. Ridgewood Ave. S. Daytona 761-0858

390 N. Beach St. Daytona Beach 258-3777

1068 N. US 1 Ormond Beach 677-1550

horse saloon

6440 N. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL

Mobile Motorcycle Repair

carl’s speed shop

308 S. 2nd St. F lagler 439-3967

tri-city cycles


2485 Hwy 17-92 Sanford 321-0422

6073-1 Roosevelt Blvd. Jacksonville FL 32244 904-779-1133


2320 N. Highway A-1-A Indialantic 32903 iron

the trike shop

mad creations custom cycles

7551 S Hwy 17-92 Fern Park

118 E. Fairview Ave. Daytona Beach 257-2269

Autos, Trucks & Motorcycles 6831 N. Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL 32810 1-407-294-6864

410 N. Beach Street Daytona Beach 257-0609

401 South Ocean Drive Ft. Pierce 34949

348 Mason Ave, Holly Hill 253-1738

Boar's Nest Cycle Shop

hooter’s of merritt island

125 N. Sykes Creek Blvd. Merritt 32953


541 Ballough Rd. Daytona Beach 258-8020

bmw motorcycle of daytona

Treasure Coast Harley-Davidson

4967 S.E. Federal Highway Stuart 34997

hog heaven

holly & dolly

512E Semoran Blvd. Casselberry

hooter’s Of melbourne

877 S. Babcock Melbourne 32901

488 W. Highbanks Rd. DeBary, FL 32713 386-668-8891

ted’s diner

855 S. Nova Rd. Ormond Beach 673-1898 THE HIDEAWAY BAR 516 Virginia Dr. Orlando, FL 407-898-5892

the oyster pub

555 Seabreeze Blvd. Daytona Beach 255-6348

the shark house

2929 N. Ocean Shore Blvd. Flagler 439-1000

trader jack's roadside

4425 N. US Hwy. 17 DeLand, FL 32725 386-985-3456

tucan willies

829-Eyrie Dr. Oviedo 366-6225

willie's "legendary" shark bar

i zod bike trailer rental magic bailbonds

1610 Tropic Mark Dr. Sanford 322-0000

main street leather

822 Main Street Daytona Beach 238-5564


901 N. Hwy. 19 Palatka 386-328-8127


1876 State Road 20 Hawthorne 352-481-3367

tobacco exotic

749 Intl. Speedway. Blvd. Daytona Beach 255-3782


126 W. Intl Speedway Blvd. Daytona Beach 239-9506

willies tropical tattoo inc.

825 S. Yonge St. US-I Ormond Beach 672-1888

winter park pawn

2238 W. Fairbanks Ave. Winter Park 644-8747

1204 E. New York Ave. DeLand, FL 32724 386-734-0044

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ittle did I know back on January 28, 2009 when I met Bruce Rossmeyer that a few months after I would be writing about him again, but this time as a tribute farewell. It is a privilege that I do not take for granted. The day I learned of Bruce and his fatal accident it felt as if the wind had been cut right out of my sails. It felt as if a ton of bricks had been dropped on me. When I met him for the first time I drilled him with in-depth questions. He graciously welcomed the conversation and made himself vulnerable. When this dynamic occurs between two human beings, I guess there is a certain degree of personal connection that takes place. Some of the questions I asked him were, “what if anything ever happened to you, what kind of legacy would you like to leave behind you” or “what would you like on your tombstone?” You will understand that when I learned of his death I was profoundly saddened and I could not help but to take this to heart. This is why no matter what, I decided I would be attending his funeral. The funeral was scheduled to begin at 11 AM in a local church in Daytona. I knew the place would be packed. I set to leave Tampa as early as possible and intentionally got there at 8 AM so I could regroup, reflect and pray.

I was greeted by Bruce’s personal assistant Tammy. Extending my sincere sympathy to Tammy we hugged and it felt as if we had known each other for some time. “Anything you need you just let me know okay Tammy?” “Ok Simon thank you”. I sat there in one of the pews in the church for hours staring at the slideshow. Pictures of Bruce with celebrities were shown but most predominant were pictures of Bruce as a family man. Daughters, son, grandchildren and beloved wife portrayed in a variety of scenes just kept coming up. Bruce was a big man with a big belly and he made fun of himself about that. One of the pictures showed Bruce and one of his then pregnant daughters facing each other bare belly and laughing. “I am not here to make money.” said one slide “but only to make friends”. Another slide would say “My son has a PhD and my hubby has dealerships”. I think the one that most people got a kick out of was the slide that said “My idea of roughing it is staying at the Holiday Inn when the bar is closed”. As I reflected I wondered what Bruce would have thought of me for a moment leaving my wife and two little girls to be at his funeral. I started missing my family really

really bad just wanting to hold my little girls in my arms. The little bit I knew of Bruce drew me to conclude he would’ve probably said “Simon forget about me and just get your rear-end back with your family!!” Regardless, I decided to stay and there was nothing that would’ve changed my mind despite how much I missed my family. By about 9:30 AM you could hear the odd motorcycle rumbling into the parking lot. The small church was literally packed by about 10:30 AM. There were people standing outside. My guess is that the attendance reached the thousands. The pastor opened the ceremony by acknowledging the iconic status Bruce had reached and how we could not possibly do justice to what a great man he was. The pastor followed by saying that although we were all there to mourn the loss of Bruce’s life, we were there “most importantly to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ” in which he declared Bruce was now part of. This, he said, is a good reason to celebrate. His children; Will, Shelley, Mandy, Randy and Wendy were all in the front row

with Mrs. Rossmeyer (Sandy). Looking at them one by one I could sense the enormous strength and bond in the family. A close friend of Bruce whom from what I understand was there the day of the accident took the microphone and delivered a powerful, honorable testimony for Bruce. The ceremony progressed and the children took the stand reading a letter they had written shortly before which was addressed to their dad; “had we known you would’ve gone this way, we would have never held you back from eating hot dogs” they wrote. Tears of laughter, tears of joy, tears of hope and tears of sorrow were shared with all. Certainly one of the most distinctful testimonial in my opinion came from Bruce’s granddaughter (Mandy’s daughter); Annie. Annie, in her early teens I presumed, stood there with composure and with strength I could only attribute to her monarchs. Annie proceeded and started to read from her own notes. It was apparent, I concluded, while she spoke her notes were her own. That is why I was blown away when she read one of my favorite portions of the Scripture (Ecclesiastes 3:1-14); There is an appointed time for everything. And there is a time for every event under heaven-- A time to give birth and a time to die; A time to plant and a time to uproot what is planted. A time to kill and a time to heal; A time to tear down and a time to build up. A time to weep and a time to laugh; A time to mourn and a time to dance. A time to throw stones and a time to gather stones; A time to embrace and a time to shun embracing. A time to search and a time to give up as lost; A time to keep and a time to throw away. A time to tear apart and a time to sew together; A time to be silent and a time to speak. A time to love and a time to hate; A time for war and a time for peace. What profit is there to the worker from that in which he toils? I have seen the task which God has given the sons of men with which to occupy themselves. He has made

look or with a handshake as if she was the one doing the comforting rather than us comforting her. Bruce’s body was taken away with his family for a private time. When I asked Bruce what legacy he wanted to leave and how he wanted people to remember him he said; “To be well respected in business and for peers to appreciate I love what I do. I would like to be remembered in the community for my philanthropy and giving back. My favorite charity among many is Camp Boggy Creek.” Bruce also added “I have achieved almost everything in life possible; a menagerie of very successful businesses and an absolute beautiful family; what more could I ask for?”

everything appropriate in its time. He has also set eternity in their heart, yet so that man will not find out the work which God has done from the beginning even to the end. I know that there is nothing better for them than to rejoice and to do good in one’s lifetime; moreover, that every man who eats and drinks sees good in all his labor--it is the gift of God. I know that everything God does will remain forever; there is nothing to add to it and there is nothing to take from it, for God has so worked that men should fear Him. It is as if a complete total and peaceful silence had come into the room. You could borderline feel the comfort people felt. The pastor came back on and concluded in summary that despite the circumstances, the believers could take refuge in the comfort of the knowledge of their hope to see Bruce again in heaven. The casket was taken away while people stood. The children and grandchildren were crying. Mrs. Rossmeyer walked along, was reaching out with a

Well Bruce, you have certainly succeeded in doing that and much more. The legacy you are leaving I believe is engraved in people’s hearts extending well beyond the biker community. As a child I often found myself on the receiving end of the generosity of individuals such as you. Thank you for all you have done. Thank you for leaving inspiration within most of us to carry on. Night Train To reach Night Train: Bruce Rossmeyer was killed in an accident while he was on his way to attend the Sturgis bike show in South Dakota; he was the owner of largest Harley Davidson dealership of the country, including the biggest Destination Daytona, which is near Daytona Beach off Interstate 95. Bruce Rossmeyer made his name and face indistinguishable with Harley Davidson through Television commercials and huge highway billboards, using his smash hit personality, he promoted Daytona Bike Week making it a huge success. He was 66-years-old at the time of his death and is survived by his wife “Sandy”, 5 children and 9 grandchildren. We extend

our sincere and profound sympathy to the family. Rest assured the Full Throttle family stands behind you 100%.


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If you’re heading to Bike Week in Florida this year, here’s some good news! There’s a place right between Daytona Beach and Orlando that puts you in the center of it all. You’ll find hotels at better prices, special events, entertainment, and even special maps helping you to find some great local rides. So plan your route now. And head for Seminole County. For hotels and area information: 1-800-800-7832

Thunder in the Streets October 9-11, 2009

on the Waterfront at Fort Mellon Park, W. Seminole Blvd, Sanford, FL

Featuring Molly Hatchett (Friday), Chris Cagle (Saturday), custom and stunt bike shows, and the Best Ink Contest. Enjoy a great ride on the riverfront!


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Praise The Lord and God Bless everyone, Well I’ve been in and out of the hospital now for about 3 months. Seems I messed up my right side and they’re having to teach me to walk. Through it all I knew to trust Jesus more. I haven’t forgot for one second about the war going on in Iraq, and I’m thankful for the soldiers and veterans and all the freedoms that we have. I want to thank everyone that stuck with me like the Hellfighters, Peewee, Spanky and Dianne, Big Steve and the Salvation Saloon. I could go on forever. Bruce Rossmeyer will truly be missed but you never know when it’ll be your time so be ready. I want to thank all the staff but mostly the women at “The Terrace” of pearl is a mutt! Men and mine will keep you and yours in our thoughts and prayers. Well keep your britches between the ditches with Christ Love. Brother Bert

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Well, summer is almost gone and that means the kids are back in school and the traffic gets way worse. So keep in mind, look twice save your own life. Now it’s time we all started getting ready for Biketoberfest, so if you haven’t got your ads by now you better do it, remember our deadline is the 15th don’t miss out. I’m proud to be working on a new project, Artistic Chopper’s The K-Moto for kids. The K-Moto chopper is being raffled off and the proceeds are going to Children’s Miracle Network. Man what a great cause. I hope everyone that made Strugis had a good time. Unfortunately we lost one of our friends and a great motorcycle icon. Bruce Rossmeyer was involved in a motorcycle accident on July 30th and went to be with the Lord. My prayers go out to the Rossmeyer family. Bruce touched so many and he will be missed now and for years to come. Bruce Rossmeyer was a self made success. A man that had a dream and made it come true. Now when look up and see a cloud moving just a little faster then the rest it’s probably just him waiting for all of us to be together again for another ride. Hope I see ya there. Remember, check out Full Throttle for some of the best events going and if you got something coming up, let us know we want to be there. Till next time RIDE SOBER AND SAFE Peewee


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