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YOU DON’T SAY? 8 LETTER FROM THE EDITORS 18 DIVA ANGELS 40 DEW DROP INN 44 OL’ CHARLIE 3 FINGER 46 CHARLIE’S BACK YARD 49 FROM THE PEN OF BIG AL

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FEATURES 20 2011 FT EVENTS 26 FULL THROTTLEVISION 28 NEW SALES PEOPLE 34 STOUT’S PAWN 34 FTV PRICING 52 SORE ASS RECAP 53 THUNDER CARTOON 54 FREEDOM FEST RECAP 56 THE WALL 60 A WORK OF ART

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Wow did we have a great time on the Sore Ass Run last month! I had never really spent any time in St.Augustine and it was a blast! We rode the “red train” all around town, explored the old fort, walked George Street, saw the Fountain of Youth and toured Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! The run featured fantastic weather, approximately 200 participants and a very “interesting” sandy/dirt road that led to a 1856 ferry that crossed the St.Johns River. It was one fun-filled weekend! Next year we are possibly heading south to Key Largo! Can you believe it is all ready July? Half of 2011 is gone and we are talking about our Annual Christmas In July Toy Run for St.Joseph’s Hospital sponsored by Attorney Fran Haasch on Sunday July 24. I’m not gonna lie to you .... we need your help in making this a big time run. We need to raise money and toys for the hospital and children. The cost is a new, unwrapped toy and $10. We will be leaving from Tampa Harley-Davidson, riding directly to the hospital (where we get to meet the kids and their parents up close and personal) and then conclude the day with a party at Red Brick Tavern! Check out the ad on page 13 . We would also like to see you make plans to join us on July 2nd at Dunedin Field for Blue Jay Bike Night! The evening features a bike show with $1,750 in cash prizes, live music by Bitter Sweet, a bike parade on the field, vendors, a baseball game and post game fireworks! It will be a blast! If you can’t make July 2nd, then join us on July 23 when we join the Clearwater Phillies for Bike Night! Once again have the opportunity to ride your bike on the field, see a free game, get a free drink and watch post-game fireworks! This is always a great event! Please ride responsibly and respect the hot sun and wet pavement! Happy birthday to Art Koch and happy anniversary to Paul & Chris!

WOW….I am loving the fact that FULL THROTTLE is now your Multi-Media one stop outlet for EVERYTHING you need to advertise….What all is it that we can do for you and your company? Well, I am glad you asked! We can: Design and print you full color banners, design and print 5,000 double sides 4X6 flyers for your next event (and hand them out at Quaker Steak every Wed. Night and the numerous other bike nights around the area we are at regularly), Design and run your ad in Full Throttle Magazine, get trophies made for your bike show or bike contest at discounted prices, film and create an amazing commercial that can run on our NEW LIVE BIKER WEBSHOW Full ThrottleVision and host your event with an emcee and sound equipement! WHAT ELSE CAN YOU POSSIBLY NEED!? Here is my suggestion for YOU…yes, YOU reading my article at this very moment… You obviously picked this up to see what is going on or you like motorcycles and the motorcycle community. What do you do for a living? Tell your boss (unless you are the boss) to advertise your business in Full Throttle Magazine! We hit the specific demographic you are looking for…THE AVERAGE PERSON WITH MONEY IN THEIR POCKET! We, as bikers, all need the same stuff everyone else needs, and if you are biker friendly we are more likely to stop in and say hi and have something to talk about. So call us today if you would like to advertise your business with the best motorcycle MULTI-MEDIA OUTLET in the state of Florida and the only one with your FULL ATTENTION right now! See how that works, cool huh  our office number is 813-814-1424 or you can always call me personally on my cell at 727-919-1743 or get a hold of me through e-mail at tonyc@FloridaFullThrottle.com. July is busy for Full Throttle so we will be hoping for some good weather! Thursday nights we are doing Full ThrottleVision and it is a blast but we need sponsors and advertisers. If you are interested call us and we will work out great advertising package across the board for your next event, sale or promotion! One thing we are working on is we are going to do some Live Broadcasts on Thursdays rather than stay in the studio all the time! You might see us in July at Hot Ticket or a local Winghouse! If you want us to come out and film live at your bar, restaurant or store, call us and we will plan it all out! We are working on joining forces with some heavy hitters to get the viewer ship rocking!!! I would like to wish everyone a Happy Independence Day and have a great summer. Ride safe and remember to drink lots of water (not beer) so you don’t get dehydrated on those longer rides in this Florida heat! Look out for all the great things we have planned in the next few months. Also join our Facebook fan page, search Florida Full Throttle and click the like button! Be safe and ride smart!


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TAMPA BAY AREA CRUISIN’ CALENDAR SAT. JULY 2 - PLANT CITY BIKE FEST - 5-9pm in Historic Downtown Plant City, 102 N. Palmer St. Held the first Saturday of every month. Featuring great music, food & vendors, 50/50 drawing, & a great opportunity to visit the Downtown shops with the whole family. For attendees admission & parking is FREE. For show participants entry fee is only $5.00 for each category entered, register bike between 5pm-7pm, info 813-754-3707. Website: www.PlantCity.org. SAT. JULY 2 - DUNEDIN BLUE JAYS BIKE SHOW AND BIKE NIGHT - $1,000 Best in Show ($500 pro / $500 non pro) $250 for best paint, $250 for players choice and $250 for Judges choice. Emceed by Radical Randy with live music by Bitter Sweet. Live music and gates open at 3:30pm, bike parade at 5:30pm, post game fireworks, vendor spaces available, Game starts at 6pm. Fo rmore info call 727-738-7024 or www. dunedinbluejays.com SUN. JULY 3 - WEBSTER MONTHLY SWAP MEET, CAR & BIKE SHOW - Located at Webster Westside Flea Market, 516 NW 3rd. Steet (CR 478 & NW 3rd. St) Webster FL. 33597. Gates open 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM the 1st Sunday of every month rain or shine. General admission $5.00, children under 14 FREE. Show & Corral(for sale by owner) registration $10.00. Club/Organization Participation Award (10 or more vehicles registered) Trophies & Cash Prizes! Vendors welcome: outside 15' x 30' spaces $18; covered 10' x 10' $10. ATM provided by FL ATM SERVICES always on site. Contact: Jackie Smith. Email: websterswaps@aol.com Info: 800-8327396. Reservations: 352-628-4656. www.myspace. com/webstercyclemeet THURSDAY JULY 7 - FULL THROTTLEVISION LIVE BIKER TV WEBSHOW - HOSTED BY PAUL ALLEN, TONY CIANCI & SCOTT BURKE - FROM 7PM TILL 8PM on WWW.FULLTHROTTLEVISION.COM SUN. JULY 9 - FULL MOON POKER RUN - 5-7pm Registration at Kahuna's Bar & Grill, 10515 Gandy Blvd S., ph 727-576-7800. MAP. "July Special" Wear a FLAG (somewhere we can see it) and get an extra hand *FREE*. (Must purchase hand to receive a free on). Still $5.00 a Hand or Three Hands for $10. Best/2nd/3rd/Pot Luck Hands=$100/$75/$50/$25. 11pm winners announced, 50/50 at Last stop. A Proud Supporter of Pinellas County Foster and Adoptive Parents, Assoc, info Jeff 727-439-1722. Website: www.SuncoastBrotherhood.org.


TAMPA BAY AREA CRUISIN’ CALENDAR SUN. JULY 9 - RUBBER TO THE ROAD RIDE - 8:3010:30am Registration at Cahill's Motorsports, 8820 Hwy. 301, ph 813/788-1779. MAP $20 for single rider/$30 with passenger. T-shirts to the first (65) riders registered, lunch included in the registration fee. 50/50 tickets and raffle tickets are $1ea, (6) $5 or (13) $10. KSU up @ 10:45am. Benefit ride for Shawn Spencer & family. Shawn is 41 years old recently diagnosed with Colon Cancer. The ride, approx. 60-75 miles ending at Zephyr Park for lunch, a 50/50 drawing, Prizes to be raffled (totaling more than $1,000) and lunch. For info on prizes contact via e-mail. All proceeds will go to the Spencer family to help with medical costs, info Brenda, 813/362-8510, e-mail cwhatwegot@yahoo.com. Website: www.cahills.com. THURSDAY JULY 14 - FULL THROTTLEVISION LIVE BIKER TV WEBSHOW - HOSTED BY PAUL ALLEN, TONY CIANCI & SCOTT BURKE - FROM 7PM till 8PM on FULLTHROTTLEVISION.COM FRIDAY JULY 15 - FULL THROTTLE FRIDAY - The Third Friday of Every Month will be at The Yard in St. Pete from 6pm till 10pm. 4300 6th Street South St. Pete, FL 727-498-8809. The Rebel Pride Band will be playing and they will be hosting the first ever MISS FULLTHROTTLEVISION bikini contest with cash prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place and the winner will also recieve a full video and photo shoot with Full Throttle Magazine! For more info call 813-814-1424 THURSDAY JULY 21 - BIKE NIGHT AT UNCLE MIKE'S SMOKEHOUSE GRILL - THE THIRD THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH - emceed by Radical Randy. Bike night is from 6pm - 10pm. $5 pulled pork sandwhices and $10 buckets of Bud products. For more info call 813-644-6888. THURSDAY JULY 14 - FULL THROTTLEVISION LIVE BIKER TV WEBSHOW - HOSTED BY PAUL ALLEN, TONY CIANCI & SCOTT BURKE - FROM 7PM till 8PM on FULLTHROTTLEVISION.COM

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TAMPA BAY AREA CRUISIN’ CALENDAR FRIDAY JULY 22- FULL THROTTLE FRIDAYS - The 4th Friday of Every Month will be Full Throttle Friday's at Quaker Steak and Lube! This month we will be doing the same thing we had set up as last month as we decidec to cancel the night due to rain. Sponsored by Bikers Safe House and Vanguard Attorneys Emceed By Charlie Humphries from Full Throttle Magazine. For more info call 813814-1424 SAT JULY 23 - MOTORCYCLE NIGHT AT THE THRESHERS BASEBALL GAME - Gates open at 5pm with the game time at 67:30pm. Pregame lap around the warning track with a free ticket, free drink and free parking! BIKE SHOW with cash prizes $500 for first, $250 for second and $100 for third and post game fireworks! Fo rmore info call 727-467-4457 or visit www.threshersbaseball.com SUNDAY JULY 24 - CHRISTMAS IN JULY POKER RUN TO ST. JOSEPH'S CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL - Sponsored by Fran M. Haasch www. lawfran.com. Registration at Tampa HarleyDavidson on Dale Mabry from 10am till 12noon with kickstands up at 12noon sharp. We will ride over to the Hospital to hand the toys to the children then there will be an after party at Brickhouse Tavern on Dale Mabry from 1pm till 4pm with a 50/50, live music,raffles, prizes, good food and beautiful women. For more info call 813-814-1424 THURSDAY JULY 28 - FULL THROTTLEVISION LIVE BIKER TV WEBSHOW - HOSTED BY PAUL ALLEN, TONY CIANCI & SCOTT BURKE - FROM 7PM TILL 8PM on WWW.FULLTHROTTLEVISION.COM

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Beef O’ Brady’s 27315 W. Highway 54 Wesley Chapel, FL 813-994-1511

Fox and Hounds Pub 229 E. Brandon Blvd. Brandon, FL 33511 813-681-8877

Hennessy's Bar & Spirits 127 forest Lakes Road Oldsmar, FL 813-854-2255

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Port Bar 6670 Gulf Blvd. St. Pete Beach 850-313-0302 TUESDAY: Coyote Ugly Saloon 1722 E 7th Ave Ybor City 813-228-UGLY Shamrock’s Ale House 7805 Temple Terrace Hwy. Tampa, FL 33637 813-988-4908 WEDNESDAY: Biff Burger 3939 49th Street N. St.Pete, FL 727-527-5297 BLUE IGUANA 4235 N. Armenia Tampa, FL 813-785-1438 CJ's SALOON 9411 Highway 301 South Riverview, FL 33578 813-374-0373 Quaker Steak & Lube 10400 49th Street N. Pinellas Park, FL 727-572-WING Raccoon’s Bar 3240 Lithia Pinecrest Valrico, FL 813-689-5079 The Rack - Brandon 1025 W. Brandon Blvd. Brandon, Fl 33511 813-571-7220 Wild Indian 1158 7th St. NW Largo, FL 727-588-7660

HOT TICKET PUB AND VENUE 25000 US 19 N. Clearwater 727-466-1755 Kahuna’s Bar & Grill 10515 Gandy Blvd. 727-576-7800 LA Hangout 16411 N. Florida Avenue Lutz, FL 813-964-5631 FRIDAY: Double Wide Saloon 1235 Central Avenue, St. Pete FL 33705 727-290-9845

European Hair Designers 2412 Jim Redman Pkwy Plant CIty, FL 813-754-4141 FULL THROTTLE FRIDAY'S AT QUAKER STEAK & LUBE The 4th Friday of Each Month 10400 49th Street N. 727-572-WING Jim's Harley-Davidson (2nd Friday of Every Month) 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

SATURDAY: Biff Burger 3939 49th Street N. St.Petersburg, FL 727-527-5297

Lakeland H-D Bike Night in the Daylight 2nd Sat. of The Month 12 noon till 5pm

SUNDAY: Mixxers Bar & Grill 3430 East Lake Road Palm Harbor, FL 727-787-2710 www.mixersirishbar.com

Mugs 'N Jugs 4th Sunday Of Month 5811 US Hwy 19 N. Port Richey, FL 727-243-2647

Porpoise Pub Bike Day 8701 Seminole Blvd. Seminole, FL 727-393-7616

PJ'S Lounge (Last Sat. Of Month) 8603 N. Dale Mabry Tampa, FL 813-933-5414

Real Life Church Veterans AMC Theater 813-784-9974 Salvation Saloon Stix Billards 38529 US Hwy 19 Palm Harbor 937-9225 Wahoo's on the Island 145 107 Avenue Treasure Island, FL 727-290-9856

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Plant City Bike Fest (1st Saturday of every month) Plant City, FL 813-754-3707 Softail’s Bar Bike Night (2nd Sunday of every month) 6032 Seminole Blvd. Seminole, FL 727-395-9192

Southside Choppers, Inc. Old School Swap Meet 1st Sat. of Every Month 2222 1st Avenue South St. Pete, Florida 33712 (727)328-1830 southsidechoppersinc.com Stix Billiards (3rd Tuesday Of Month) 38529 US Hwy 19 Palm Harbor, FL 727-937-9225 FULL THROTTLE FRIDAY The Third Friday of Every Month will be at The Yard in St. Pete from 6pm till 10pm. 4300 6th Street South St. Pete, FL 727-498-8809 Uncle Mike’s Smokehouse Grille At Brandon Harley (3rd Thursday) 9847 Adamo Drive. Brandon, FL 33619 813-664-6888 Webster Westside Flea Market (First Sunday) 1-800-832-3477 352-628-4656

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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 LAST CHANCE CYCLES 10341 E. Hwy 92 Tampa, FL 33610 813-664-6710 Manor Cycles 1665 S. Myrtle Ave. Clwtr, 33756 727-588-0786 Performance HONDA 28009 Wesley Chapel Blvd. Wesley Chapel Fl 33543 813-973-1888 www.performancehonda.net 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 S&M Bike Shop LLC 370 Prairie Industrial Pkwy Mulberry, FL 33860 863-425-5090 smbikeshop.vpweb.com 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 XTREME POWERSPORTS 1019 U.S. 301 S. Tampa, FL 33619 813-626-6060

BIKER FRIENDLY BARS & 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 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 Eagles Nest 1208 Alt. 19 N. Tpn Springs, 34689 727-938-3465 Fox and Hounds British Pub 229 E. Brandon Blvd. Brandon, FL 33511 813-681-8877 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 Harlies 7020 49th St N. Pinellas Pk, 33781 727-527-5214 HenNessey’s Bar 127 Forest Lake Blvd. Oldsmar, 34677 813-854-2255 Idle Spur 1351 Cleveland St Clwtr 33766 727-442-7787 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 Marsha’s Wayside 4021 54th Ave N. St. Pete, 33714 727-525-5910

Nap’s Bar & Grill 5206 S. Mac Dill Ave. Tampa, FL 33611 813-835-5086 Oasis saloon 4218 E 7th Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 813-247-2735 P.J.'S LOUNGE 8603 N. Dale Mabry, Tampa, FL33614 813-933-5414 Pastino’s Grill & Pizzeria 1750 Clwtr-Largo Rd Largo, 33756 727-559-0506 PEABODY'S 15333 Amberly Drive Tampa, 33647 813-972-1725 Playmakers Bar & Grill 10637 117th Dr. N. Largo, FL 33773 727-399-2707 PROUD LION PUB 124 West Fletcher Tampa, FL 33612 813-933-3555 Quaker Steak & Lube 10400 49th Street N. Clwtr, 33762 727-572-WING Raccoon’s Bar & Grill 3240 Lithia Pincrst Rd. Valrico, 33549 813-689-5079 SATURDAY'S PUB & GRILL 1148 US Hwy. 19 Holiday, FL 727-937-0400 Shadracks 114 8th Ave. St. Pete Bch, FL 33708 727-360-8279 Softails Bar 6032 Seminole Blvd. Seminole, 33772 727-395-9192 Sportster's Bar and Grill 10637 117th Ave N., Largo 727-392-6801 Sundown Saloon 12553 Ulmerton R. Largo, FL 33773 727-593-9291 TARPON SPRINGS PUB 955 S. Pinellas Ave. Tarpon Springs, FL 727-422-0950 TAMPA BAY SPORTS GRILLE 13910 W. Hillsbrgh Ave. Tampa, 33635 813-891-6839 TEDESCO'S FLAME BROILED 437 Central Ave. St. Pete , FL 33701 727-894-2802 THE HOGPEN SALOON 8001 E. Broadway, Ampa, FL 33619 813-621-6482 TROTTI'S LOUNGE 540 Main Street, Saftey Harbor, FL 727-726-8044 TWILIGHT TAVERN 4607 Mile Stretch Dr. Holiday, FL 727-942-2004 TWIN HORSE SALOON 2747 53rd Ave. N St. Pete 727-942-2004 Uncle Fat’s Pub 8745 Temple Terr. Hwy Temple Terr. 813-988-2494 WHISKEY DEPOT 8220 Ulmerton Rd. Largo, FL 33771 727-531-5401 Wild Indian Saloon 1158 7th Street NW Largo, FL 727-588-7660

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Hello out there, hope all is well with our Biker friends and families, lately we have had several friends been hit/involved in bike and auto accidents. The Pasco Diva’s would like to send our love and condolences to Lisa “Tweety” McKay on the loss of her husband Greg “big Daddy” McKay in April, he is greatly missed he is our angel in heaven watching over us. And a huge get well to our Michelle “Baby” Moran and her man Greg whom he had surgery to repair his leg, hip, etc… this June from their bike accident , and to Shawn “Repo” Steele, husband of our road Capt. Crystal “ Twins “ Steele, who also was hit on his bike and is mending, and to Darlene “Paris” Larkin who was in a auto accident and is recuperating. Please remind everyone, to Look twice before switching lanes, making turns, or pulling out of a drive way. Stay on your side of the road, especially in corners. Don't follow too closely; bikes can stop faster than cars can. Keep your eyes on the road and off your cell phones. For mother’s day weekend we took a ride to Brooksville Biker rodeo with some of the Tampa Diva’s and it was a blast..

in June at the Plant City Bikefest all Chapters were present to finish selling and pick the winning #’s of our 2011 Annual Charity Cash Raffle tickets, for a list of the winners www.divaangels.org on the front page,,,congrats to all the winners The Pasco Chapter has adopted the Afghanistan K-9 Border Patrol unit and have collected and donated 5 boxes of goodies and necessities for the K-9’s and are collecting more to send to the pooches that protect the border’s. This July on the 16th come out to DNA Cycles grand opening block party 12-8pm, Leo Kidd Ave, New Port Richey, vendors, bike show, live band, etc… Our Meetings have changed we are now back to meeting every 3rd Friday @ Whiskey River bar and grill at 5245 LimeStone Dr. Port Richey on the Cotee River 630pm social 7pm meeting starts. For directions wrgill.com


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JULY 2 Dunedin BlueJays Bike Show 15 Full Throttle Fridays - The Yard 22 Full Throttle Fridays - Quaker Steak 23 Clearwater Threshers Bike Night Brighthouse Stadium, Clearwater, FL 24 Full Throttle’s Christmas In July Toy Run (Tampa Harley-Davidson, FL) AUGUST 8-14 Sturgis Bike Rally (Sturgis, SD) SEPTEMBER 10-12 Music & Motorcycles (Zephryhills, FL) 10 Patriots Day 9/11 Run (Tampa / Zephryhills, FL) OCTOBER TBA Spooks N’ Scoots (Tampa, FL) 7-9 Cotee River Bike Fest (New Port Richey, FL) 13-16 Biketoberfest (Daytona, FL) NOVEMBER 12 Music & Motorcycles (Zephryhills, FL)

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HARLEY-DAVIDSON TO BECOME A SPONSOR OF THE 2011 HOKA HEY MOTORCYCLE CHALLENGE New Sponsor for 2011 Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge Announced

The Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge announced today that Harley-Davidson Motor Company will provide marketing and promotional support for the 2011 Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge. The Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge will present the world’s greatest long distance endurance motorcycle event in August of 2011. The event, the second annual in a series, will begin in Phoenix, Arizona and travel through all fortyeight contiguous States and Canada to Nova Scotia. The route will travel over 10,000 miles requiring passion and determination to complete. The event is open to all riders of Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Riders can ride the entire route or segments within the route. “We’re excited about what the Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge represents to our riders,” said Steve Piehl, Harley-Davidson Director of Customer Experience. “The new direction of being more about a personal test of touring endurance, where rider and machine stretch the boundaries of long-distance touring, appeals to us. It’s a perfect match for the superior touring experience and capabilities of HarleyDavidson motorcycles. ‘Hoka Hey’ translates to ‘It’s a good day to ride!’ and that is always the case on a Harley.” “The Hoka Hey is about being the greatest endurance motorcycle event ever held and we are very excited to become associated with the greatest motorcycles ever built,” said Jim Red Cloud, founder of the Hoka Hey Challenge. “HarleyDavidson’s support and guidance will certainly enhance this ambitious event.” The first twenty-five participants to reach the finish and who ride the complete stipulated route will be recognized as winners and be eligible for monetary awards. Each rider will have the opportunity to designate a selected “home HarleyDavidson dealership” when they enroll. The home dealers of the top five finishers will be eligible for awards and recognition alongside the riders. There will be fifteen check points along the route located at Harley-Davidson dealers where participants must check in as they ride the route. In addition to being an event sponsor, Harley-Davidson is exploring hosting a check point at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. For further information about the Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge or to obtain enrollment information, visit the event’s web site www.hokaheychallenge.com or contact the office at 480-649-1071 or info@hokaheychallenge.com.

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Classic Bike Ramblings RIDING INTO HISTORY.......... Riding into history. It’s something all of us are doing everyday. It’s something that can't be stopped for it’s the progress of man to leave history behind. The space shuttles are one mission away from being part of our "history". The men and women who "ride" them also part of it , and the spacecraft themselves in all their millions of miles of space travel will be regulated to "display only" for the future generations to marvel at what simple technology existed so long ago. For you see my dear friends I am a huge believer that historic machines must be preserved and shown and in as original condition as possible .They must be presented to the well knowledge and to the folks who just say "wow, that’s so cool!" Thought of in the late 60ties as the Apollo missions would wind down the first shuttle STS-1 "Columbia" would ride into history on April 12th. 1981. It would now be May 16th. 2011 while I drove up to the Full Throttle Office in Oldsmar to get the big double trailer for you see I was transporting 4 relics of motorcycling history to Saint Augustine in just a few days. Just before I left, the what should have been last shuttle flight, STS-134 "Endeavor" had lifted off into history. It seems there were others who were on a multi day mission of riding into history besides myself. After the next shuttle flight STS-135 "Atlantis" all the remaining shuttles (4) will wind up where so many of our vintage bikes do, on display in museums. After 30 years of service to our nation on or around July 8th. 2011 "Atlantis" will become the last shuttle to ride into space and into the history books, she will then be deployed at the Kennedy Space Center, "Enterprise" (who never flew in space) will be at the Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum in New York. "Endeavor" to the California Science Center in Los Angeles and "Discovery" will be at the Smithsonian. And you know my friends I think on my way to the 13th. Riding into History next year I will go by and visit the old spacecraft, seems only fitting that it should sit only 90 miles from St. Augustine for history must be visited whenever possible. These warriors of space will never again get to do what they had been built for, becoming static educational units for an interested public. For you see my readers I was on my own mission one I had been on in 2009 but was too overwhelmed to see the details, much like a persons first space flight. Its truly the

second trip you enjoy, you notice things. You’re a little more relaxed and you have an idea of what to expect. Over the next couple days I would be loading Fran Haasch & Mr. 500 my 1946 Moto Guzzi, my 1973 Condor a 1966 Gilera and the bike I would truly "Ride into History" on Fridays vintage ride, my 1974 Moto Guzzi Eldorado LAPD for I was going to the 12th. Annual Riding into History Concours d' Elegance Motorcycle Show. 400 vintage bikes from around the world congregate every third Saturday of May. This is an invite only, no entry fee, gathering of the greatest antique and classic bikes ever assembled and it is held outside the oldest city in America at an amazing venue called The World of Golf Village. Featuring a 1 mile in Circumference Lake where this incredible collection of motorbikes will be displayed to thousands and thousands of people all paying a ten dollar entry fee to see. With all the money donated to the Wounded Warrior Project. This truly amazing gathering of the best rides of history was started by Billy Aldrich who organized this after his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer. Deciding he wanted to make a difference in this fight he would raise money using this event for breast cancer research and early detection. His wife is fine and with another sponsor picking up that charity Riding into History turned to raising funds for another truly worthy cause the Wounded Warriors Project. This is a non profit organization whose mission is to "Honor and empower wounded warriors" of the U.S. Armed Forces. It provides services and goods to get returning wounded veterans going again and to re-enter the civilian way of life after being injured in service to our great nation. Bill Robinson, Larry Meeker and John Duss have been an invaluable asset to the success of this event with $25,000 dollar checks this year and last given to a great cause, well done my friends. I had missed this vintage ride on Friday the last time I was here, and since I was bringing my two military singles up for the show I thought either would be great for my "Ride into History" after all it stated on the sign-up sheet, "A leisurely ride to lunch in St. Augustine". But about a month before I received an e-mail from Riding into History that made me re-think this approach when I saw it would be a 60 mile or so ride and a speed of 60ish. Mph should be maintained! This would be the upper limits of my old


war machines and although I ride these bikes often I don't enjoy thrashing them. I was assured by multiple e-mails from RIH my bikes "would work on the ride" and I believed them but I thought it unfair to the other bikes in the vintage ride to be waiting on me. And the fact that Kevin Schwartz was the Grand Marshall of this year’s event and lead rider and planner, well it made me think "how could this possibly be a leisurely ride "? With a former GP World Champion at the head of our pack! Kevin Schwantz was born July 9th. 1964 in Houston, Texas and riding motorcycles since the age of four. He was best known for his aggressive all or nothing racing style and for being world champion in 1993 .Kevin had 105 Grand Prix Races in a career that spanned 1986-1995 he would amass 51 podium finishes and 25 wins. Racing his entire career for Suzuki he was often dis-advantaged that his bikes were never quite as fast as his rivals Hondas and Yamahas But his win at all costs attitude made him a crowd favorite among Grand Prix fans worldwide but also made for some spectacular crashes. His last lap pass of rival champion Wayne Rainey to win the 1991 German Grand Prix with his rear wheel fish tailing almost on the verge of crashing was typical of Kevin’s "Its first or last" riding style. in 1993 he would win the 500cc World Championship. A crash laden 1994 season with a few decades of injuries catching up to him and with his rival Wayne Rainey being paralyzed in a crash in the 1993 Italian Grand Prix, well he would retire early in the 95 season. He is the second most successful American road racer behind one of his chief competitors of the era Eddie Lawson. The International Motorcycling Federation (FIM) in a rare move would retire his racing number (34) to honor his wins and world wide popularity. Kevin would run a couple years in the Australian NASCAR championships in the 90ties. And then return to the USA and compete in 18 races (with two top tens) in the NASCAR Busch Series. Inducted into the AMA Hall of Fame in 1999 and the FIM would name him a Grand Prix "Legend" in 2000. He now runs an amazing racing school at Barbers Motorsports in Georgia. So as I thought more about it I figured our leisurely 60 mile vintage ride may have a "quicker" pace then my 70

year old singles would like and as a new friend of mine on a very old Allstate scooter trying to ride with this historic pack would find out early on in the ride. But my Guzzi LAPD 850 was a great choice for the ride and the show. Well, on to our "Ride into History". Once again the RIH organization was impeccable. We met at the Renaissance hotels north parking lot, and the bikes were put into 4 or so orderly rows. It was a great collection to ride with BSA Lightning’s, a 47 Harley, a few BMW R/90's even a two stroke Kawasaki H-1 over 50 bikes in all, it would truly be "Riding into History" and was sure to be epic. After a brief safety riders meeting we left on an amazing looping and well planned ride with Kevin in front on a beautiful old GS 1000 Suzuki. Riding into history also sent a multi bike trailer along as a rescue ship but I’m happy to report she remained empty of bikes. We made a few stops to soak in the history of our surroundings where a couple 6 volt coils gave cranky kick starts for their owners and one stop where the owners quit kicking and went for the always optional "bump" start. But my pals, when you are riding into history it means you have to improvise, many a day my antiques have gotten me home using some tinfoil, sandpaper or a bungee cord. Great thing about "low tech" you can actually get yourself out of trouble. Unlike a couple of our shuttle flights that were "Riding into History" where all these millions of bits of "high tech" must work, there’s not much room for tinfoil on a spacecraft. The first would happen on Jan. 28th. 1986 the "Challenger" (STS-51) would come apart 73 seconds after launch ending the lives of 7 brave astronauts. Cold temperatures and a failed Oring would take her out. It would be 7 years later that seven more astronauts would "Ride into History" for on Feb. 1st. 2003 the "Columbia" (STS-107) would disintegrate during re-entry. Damage to the thermal protection tiles on lift off had already doomed this shuttle days before. Some riding into history do not return my good readers. When 50 or so vintage bikes and their owners pulled up at Harry's in St. Augustine, about a 1/2 mile from the old fort. It seemed a perfect setting, all our old warriors pointed out to the sea, they and the forts old rusty cannons ready too do battle yet today. I am so hoping our aging iron and steel machines out there were telling epic stories of past missions to each other as much as we, their caretakers were at our amazing lunch. With that it was time to ride the 15 or so miles back to The World of Golf Village as the Grand Marshall’s Dinner was that night. Upon getting back from one ride I decided to unload my 1946 Guzzi to take it for a spin around the Golf Village, roads tailored made for this old thumper. Around the hotel late Friday afternoon an amazing array of bikes are pulling onto the property for the big show tomorrow and its really hard for a guy like me to get much forward progress made at the task at hand. So many truly interesting bikes and like minded folks to chat with. Interesting thing about the collectors of historic or classic items there’s no one upsmanship be it coffee grinders or motorbikes there’s camaraderie a like mindedness. No jealously of what one man has, maybe a bit of awe but the guy with a 1924 Brough Superior or 1912 Harley looks at the other persons Vespa or Moto Guzzi with the same respect and interest. It’s


a true brotherhood at Riding into History from the fellow participants to volunteers. All the bikes are cool, special and deserving of a few minutes of attention or the swapping of a story or two. One such man I met was Mr. Kevin Schwantz Jack Wells. My initial meeting of Mr. Wells was at my first Riding into History in 2009. I pulled my 1946 military Guzzi into the unloading area and he greeted me and helped me off load. A cross between one of the ZZ Top brothers and a cool Santa Claus. I thought what a helpful volunteer and he really thought my old Guzzi was great. He said he liked military bikes. Only later did I find out that the amazing collection of WWII German and American military bikes were in fact owned by him. There were enough WWII vintage NSU, BMW, Zundapps and Harley WLAs' to recreate a few battles of this epic war. Many pulling original wheeled cannons and trailers that Mr. Wells has purchased in Europe when available. A retired airline pilot he is one of Americas largest and as I have found out most respected vintage motorcycle collectors. From his 1912 Abingdon King Dick, to his Guzzis to his war machines he is one cool dude, I want to be Jack when I grow up, for not only is he an amazing collector of bikes I like, he is just one easy going and great guy. Here’s to you Jack, keep "Riding into History”. You know it’s a good thing for America that the retiring shuttles don't have 2 wheels I think Jack would have one. Of course there is a few exceptions to any rule of thought and as I was getting my old Guzzi ready for its ride a guy with a trailer full of shiny Triumphs had pulled in, you know the over restored , stainless steel spoked, powder coated frame, 003 miles on the odometer kind. Well he said "You're going to ride that"? The shows tomorrow". I told him if the old girl started we would be on an epic ride to the Fountain of Youth where both the bike and I would like to get some lost years back. I kind of laughed as he pulled his detailing bucket out and I thought to myself”I fully intended my bike to be Jack Wells riding into history and not as he would be "pushing his bike into history" and with that I pulled out of the parking lot. I rode over to a Shell Station where at the pumps with me was a 1950 Ariel Square Four, an early 60ties. BSA and a early Vespa Scooter. We all rode off as equals, nobody better than the next. And that my 78 loyal readers is what I dig about this event, its people, its location. It is very possibly the number one vintage Concours d'Elegance in the nation but its not pretentious like other Concours, its billionaires with amazing bikes down to guys who had to budget for a year to be here and all of us in between. It’s an amazing collection of people with a like mind and causes much like what had to happen in our space program. So many competitive types putting it all out of mind for a common thought and making an amazing event happen, be it a shuttle launch or a truly one of a kind vintage event. I had not pre-registered for the Grand Marshall’s

Dinner and really only wanted a couple of Mr. 500's patented "Train Wrecks" and to mingle with some of my new buddies from the morning vintage ride. Some of the past Grand Marshall’s to have hosted this dinner include Peter Egan, Mert Lawwill, Craig Vetter and Dennis Gage. And there was the fact that I had a date later with a former exotic dancer I knew from a long time ago but that’s a whole other riding into (my past) history by-line. My inquisitive readers it was an amazing dinner layout once again run with NASA like precision and friendliness . With silent auction items from a restored Stingray bicycle to the newest Don Bradley Riding into History poster. Don has been doing a new poster for this event for the past eight years. They are truly works of art as Don himself put it "The art is just an expression of my strange imagination, which I have played with most of my life I am fascinated by females and antique motorcycles. The drawings are a way of creating and combining the two in a fun, fantasy world. I find that doing a painting, although two dimensional! is mentally similar to restoring or taking a long journey on an old bike, just in a different media". Don has been donating his time and artwork to Riding into History for the past 8 years and continues to come up with amazing poster art of amazing ladies riding Vincent Black Lightning’s, BMW R11's and Norton’s to name a few, I was thinking I'd like to see a lady a shuttle and bike combo, well like my writing shows I like different also. Well I had a few "Train Wrecks" in Jax Beach with the afore mentioned dancer and got in about 3:00 am hey I had a big day ahead of me I had to get in early, and as I pulled into the hotel the lot had become packed with all shapes and sizes of bike haulers, trailers and even rented U-hauls with plates representing half the USA and Canada. I checked my trailer and bikes and as I walked back to the hotel room I looked up at the moon and thought what a view the "Endeavor" must have, hurtling around the earth at 17,500 mph as they ride their chosen machines into history. And as I looked at all those trailers containing so much of motorcycling past , I thought to myself tomorrow my old warriors you will be the focus and topic of so many who will come to look at history and be truly amazed at what they witness. Its 7am Sat. May 21st. and as my pal Beetlejuice would say "It’s Showtime!” As with everything about this event the loading in of 400 vintage bikes in 2 1/2 hours (the gates open to the public at 10:00) is a well oiled machine and an enjoyable experience for all. With over 100 plus volunteers on hand, all cheerful, knowledgeable and very non confrontational (you know these events). There is no chaos. All the trailers being directed to spots, ramps coming down, volunteers helping with unstrapping, rolling bikes up to registration and watching our "stuff" and let me tell you we vintage collectors are not ones to let "others" wheel our beloved pieces of history around, but these guys know what they have in their hands and it shows. This has


got to be the way it is before a shuttle launch, a lot of trust and so many great people working so well together with all the "attitudes" left at home. Since this is an invite only event and most bikes are pre-registered you pick up your headlight sticker with year, make and class and as always you get a riding into history "freebie" a chair, or cooler just a cool thank you for being here gift. You are given a map of the lake and directed to your class location, you have the option of riding, pushing or having a volunteer help you place your bikes into position. I always chose to truly ride mine into history. Their is cheerful and friendly direction at every class section and between 7 and 10 am all bikes, vendors and judges are in place. Two charity rides end in the parking lot one from Jacksonville the other from St Augustine. And sometimes my fellow riders the visitors parking lot has its own amazing bikes, kind of a show within a show. Many interesting vendors line the rows of old bikes, one trying to bring a gallant old warrior the USS Charles F. Adams to Jacksonville Harbor, J&P cycles a major sponsor and the Chrome Divas who help and handed out about a "million" bottles of free water to a very thirsty crowd of visitors and participants. The BMW North East Florida club does so much in promoting and running this event they cannot go without mention here. About halfway through the day Kevin Schwantz would be autographing Dons posters, and assorted photos and hats, all to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. The immense task of judging 400 bikes in 30 plus classes (all of which deserve an award) falls to multiple teams of judges who start at 10:00am when the gates open and the last bike has been placed. With some classes going 60 bikes or more deep and very few awards given out, well it truly means something to have "placed" at this event. Its interesting here that like AMCA shows these judges really look to the original or near original bikes first. Also the rare or different bikes get second looks, it must be refreshing to the judges (and the public) when confronted with 20 restored BMWs or Triumphs that almost look like copies of each other, but there’s room for everyone there and all have a fighting chance. Many participants have chairs or tents, eager to talk to the paying public about their bikes, about history. I myself try to portray as much to the public through my displays and signage, as I want them to know what makes this bike special, its history, its character and that’s the true reason we are all there to give the public a show, a look at

our bikes a history lesson, like our old spaceships will soon be doing a chance for the public to see rare things up close and in person. They have spent the time and money to come see us; we owe it to them and the charity so many are trying to raise money for. I just like looking at everyone else’s bikes, I just can't sit there and chat my historic pals, there is too much to see, to do and to experience both at the show and at The World of Golf Village. The judging teams get it narrowed down and then bring in the lead or head judges to go over the choices. After about 60 or so of them huddle together it’s announced that the trophies will be awarded. There are 4 major awards and then first in class and awards of merit, usually 2 or 3 per class. It’s tough to get one but when you do it’s the highlight. For its recognition that you have something historic and of interest on a national level, something you the motorcycles caretaker knew all along. About 4:30 or so after the last award is given out and the handshakes are done the mass exodus begins as smooth and as orderly as 10 hours earlier and its worth noting that many of RIH's volunteers and staff had been there since 5:00am. I always wait, Im always the last bike out. About 6:00pm I start my bikes up and group them near my big trailer. There's only a few of us left John Duss and Larry Meeker two of the events biggest stars , folding tables, loading trucks and Jack Wells in his immense four door "Peterbuilt" bike hauler, loading his amazing collection of aging iron , and me with my few misfits of history ready to go home to St. Petersburg. It seemed like a proper ending this last group of us to together men and machines who truly represent the spectrum of Riding into History. As I pulled onto I-95 heading south "Space Oddity :Major Tom" by David Bowie came on it was dark and I swear I thought I saw the Endeavor go by...... 7 men Riding into History and both of us were about 200 miles from home. Robert "All is fair in Love" De Moss Trophy Count : 526 P.S. If you would like to contact me and discuss any article or ideas for future atricles you can e-mail me at

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Full Throttle Magazine Hi All., I added some more new ink to my leg, the tattoo artist is Mouse. I will tell you a tale of the Mouse. Mouse used to live here and owned Sunset Tattoo on West Bay until medical reasons forced him to leave 10 years ago. I ran in to him at Quaker Steak & Lube about to month ago. Mouse has returned and is tattooing better than ever. He goes by Mouse Custom Mobile Tattoo and works by appointment only in a private offi ce. Plans are in the works for another studio in the Clearwater/Largo area in the coming months. Mouse has been tattooing for 30 years and has won 1000s of awards for his work. Mouse does all styles of tattooing but doesn’t brag on his work, He lets his ink do the talking. You can fi nd Mouse at a few places. Check out his work at www.TAT2MOUSE.com or visit him at facebook.com/ED.MASSIMIANO. You can always fi nd Mouse at Quaker Steak & Lube every Wednesday night next to The Full Throttle booth for bike night. Mouse’s work is beautiful and his prices are even better. So think ink and till next time … Live life to the fullest and Party you A** off DEW


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The chick with the good looking sportster won a trophy in the bike show at the Webster Bike Show and Swap Meet last month. She has been riding half a hundred years almost on the back of someone else’s but 2 or 3 months ago she decided to learn and ride her own. Took the test and has rode it to Webster twice from Lakeland, FL and I don’t know where else. They call her chief, don’t know why but if you see her say (how) I guess! I am getting older every day more noticeable than ever, my bike gets harder to pick up off the kickstand, my friends tell me to get a smaller bike than the H-D Classic. I never paid much attention to it before but they are putting fuel made from corn in the gas. I put it in my bike, I am not getting weaker with old age it is the corn I have been feeding my Hog. I think it must be gaining weight.. I wish they would quit putting corn in the fuel I buy!! Hope you do not take me serious but it sounded good to me. If people would not call Harley’s Hogs I might not think that way. The Putnam County Swap Meet is shutting down so we will miss it but we still have the Webster one monthly. It’s hot but I

have a fan under the tree. Stop by and get some breeze. A lot of people are getting hit on bikes these days so be careful keep your eyes open and check your mirrors. The speed limit on the interstate is 70 that does not mean you have to go 70 but if you are not going 80 someone will tail gate you. I hate tail gaters. Don’t forget the 500 mile yard sale, it’s not this month but next! See you soon Pixie


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MILLION DOLLAR MEMORABILIA Marilyn Monroe’s sexy, white dress from the movie “The Seven Year Itch” was sold at auction for a whopping $4.6-million!!!! The dress was among numerous costumes and props that were sold by Debbie Reynolds who had been collecting and purchasing movie tidbits for the past 40 years. Other items that were sold included the robe that Charlton Heston wore in “Planet of the Apes” and the “Do-Re-Mi” dress that Julie Andrews wore in “The Sound of Music”.

SPEEDING UNDER THE INFLUENCE There is a fi ne line between a “Jackass” and a “Dumb ass”. Ryan Dunn (the crazy actor who performed in the Jackass movies and hosted various MTV and G4 programs) died last month when the car he was driving exploded and crashed in the Philadelphia, PA area. It was reported that the 2007 Porsche was going in excess of 140 mph. Records state that Dunn was drunk at the time.

STRANGE POPULATION The state of Florida grew from 15.9 million people in the year 2000 to 18.8 million people in 2010, rewarding the state with two new congressional districts. Florida ranks 4th among the 50 states for resident population. A strange fact is that Pinellas County was one of only two counties that lost population in 2010.

JD Power & Associates ranked the top airlines for oveall customer satisfaction and the top 12 airlines were” 1) JetBlue, 2) Southwest, 3) WestJet, 4) AirTran, 5) Frontier, 6) Air Alaska, 7) Air Canada, 8) Continental, 9) American, 10) Delta, 11) United and 12) US Airways. Coinidence or not ... the top two airlines do not have baggage charges!

SAY IT AIN’T SO! Here’s an understatement .... “just because he’s a priest doesn’t mean he is trustworthy”. That was the truth in the state of Illinois where the Rev. John F. Regan (the former pastor of St.Walter Parish) was accused of stealing over $300,000 from the collection plates to feed his gambling addiction. The crime took place between 2006 and 2008 and could land the former “man of the cloth” a prison sentence of 15+ years.

DONUT SURPRISE! The “Stupid Crime of the Month Award” goes to two masked men in Cape Cod, Massachusetts who were robbing a Dunkin Donuts store. These two “losers” burst into the store wearing masks and carrying knives. They screamed at a manager who had a bag in her hand. They snatched the bag (as they thought it was full of that day’s cash receipts) and ran out the door. They were captured a few minutes later fl eeing the store. They didn’t take the time to look inside the bag and ended up with nothing but a bag full of donuts!

SINGAPORE BEATS VEGAS Singapore has overtaken Las Vegas as the world’s secondbiggest casino market behind Macao. The American Gaming Association said Singapore raked in $5.1-billion in gaming revenue last year and is rapidly growing. The Association stated that Las Vegas is all ready a “mature market” with little potential for big growth.


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We have had a Sore Ass Run every year for the past 14 years and this one may have been the best yet! We had great weather (no rain) and around 200 people making the trek from New Port Richey to St.Augustine. People will remember the great ride, the bright sunshine and the final destination of America’s oldest city but most of all they will remember the Fort Gates Ferry. The people who chose to ride six miles on a sandy, hole filled, dirt road and then take the small ferry across the St.Johns River will be talking about the adventure for years to come! The road was terrible but the ferry (or barge) was cool as could be! It is located in the middle of the Ocala National Forest and been in existence since 1856 and is one of the last remaining water shuttles in Florida. The poker hand winner was Aaron and Jeanette Sampson who pulled a five of hearts at the last stop to fill in a straight flush! Second place was Cecil Haney and in third was Charlie and Janet Easterday. The worst hand was won by Lincoln Learned. Like many others, we stayed in St.Augustine most of Sunday and did as much site-seeing as possible. Wow, what an interesting place! Here are a few website comments .... Another great Sore A$$ Run! You guys put on a great event, as always. Looking forward to the 15th annual! ..... Bill Fischer Thank you Full Throttle! Had a blast on the Sore Ass Run! Can’t wait for next year ..... Alina Astea We are ready to do this all over again ..... Lightning Riders Thank you guys for a great adventure on this year’s Sore Ass Run to St.Augustine. We were one of the brave who took the adventure route and lived to brag about it! Can’t wait for next year. Keep up the good work, we love ya! ..... Denise Fisher Has an awesome time guys! Looking forward to next year’s trip ..... Jeanette Sampson No more dirt roads! LMAO ..... Dee Ann Knight Ryder At press time we are leaning towards to trip south next year. Key Largo sounds good and we will maybe put together a fishing trip on Sunday or a diving trip for those that want to have even more fun! Thanks to all the sponsors and people who made Sore Ass #14 a great success! by Paul Allen


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Three women and three men are traveling by train to a football game. At the station, the three men each buy a ticket and watch as the three women buy just one ticket. “How are the three of you going to travel on only one ticket?” asks one of the men. “Watch and learn,’ answers one of the women. They all board the train. The three men take their seats but all three women cram into a toilet together and close the door. Shortly after the train has departed, the conductor comes around collecting tickets. He knocks on the toilet door and says, “Ticket, please. The door opens slightly, and a single hand emerges with a ticket in hand. The conductor takes it and moves on. The men see this happen and agree it was a clever idea so, after the game, they decide to do the same thing on the return trip and save some money. When they get to the station they buy a single ticket for the return trip but see, to their astonishment, that the three women don’t buy any ticket at all!! “How are you going to travel without a ticket?” says one perplexed man. “Watch and learn,” answer the women. When they board the train, the three men cram themselves into a toilet, and the three women cram into another toilet just down the way. Shortly after the train is on its way, one of the women leaves her toilet and walks over to the toilet where the men are hiding. The woman knocks on their door and says, “Ticket, please.”

MORE THOUGHTS FROM CONFUCIOUS…… •Man who wants pretty nurse, must be patient. •Squirrel who runs up woman’s leg will not fi nd nuts. •Man who runs in front of car gets tired, man who runs behind car gets exhausted. •Man who fi ght with wife all day get no piece at night. •Man who live in glass house should change clothes in basement. and……… •A lion will not cheat on his wife, but a Tiger Wood!”

Against her mother’s wishes a young girl marries a biker. The mother knew there would be trouble but couldn’t talk her daughter out of getting married. They went on their honeymoon and when they returned, the daughter calls her mother. “So how was the honeymoon sweetheart?” The mother asks and the daughter says, “It was just wonderful momma, but now that were home, he ********************************************* has started using such terrible language, things A cowboy walks into a bar and sits next I’ve never heard to a very attractive woman. He gives her before, awful a quick glance then causally looks at his 4 letter words. watch for a moment. The woman notices Please momma, come get me and bring me home.” The sobthis and asks , “Is your date running late?” bing girl said. “No” , he replies , “I just got this “I knew there’d be trouble marrying a biker, but you have to work it out with your state-of the-art watch, and I was just husband. Now, what is so terrible, what 4 lettesting it.” ter words is he using around you?” The intrigued woman says, “a state- The daughter crying says, “Please of-the-art watch? ‘What’s so special about momma don’t make me tell you, they are so embarrassing, so awful, just come get me.” But it?” The cowboy explains, “It uses alpha the mother insisted. “Tell me what these 4 letter words are and I will take care of it.” waves to talk to me telepathically.” The The daughter is still sobbing says, “Oh lady says, “So what is it telling you now?” momma he’s using words like dust, iron, wash and cook!” The cowboy smiles and says, “It says The mother says, “Pack your things I’ll you’re not wearing any panties.” pick you up in twenty minutes!”

The woman laughs and replies “Well it must be broken because I am wearing panties!’ The cowboy smiles at the woman, taps the watch a couple of times *********************************** A woman was sitting out on the pa- and says, “Damn thing’s an hour fast.”

tio with her husband. It was a beau- tiful warm, moonlit night perfect for romance. She was slowly sipping a glass of wine and said, “I love you so much. I don’t know how I could ever live without you.” Her husband looks over, smiles and asked, “Is that you, or the wine talking?” She looks at him and replies, “It’s me...talking to the wine.”

********************************************* The Fourth of July weekend was coming up, and the nursery school teacher took the opportunity to tell her class about patriotism. “We live in a great country,” she said. “One of the things we should be happy is that, in this country, we are all free.” One little boy came running up to her from the back of the room. He stood with his hands on his hips and said. . . .”I’m not free. I’m four!”


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SUN. JULY 3 - WEBSTER MONTHLY SWAP MEET, CAR & BIKE SHOW - Located at Webster Westside Flea Market, 516 NW 3rd. Steet (CR 478 & NW 3rd. St) Webster FL. 33597. Gates open 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM the 1st Sunday of every month rain or shine. General admission $5.00, children under 14 FREE. Show & Corral(for sale by owner) registration $10.00. Club/Organization Participation Award (10 or more vehicles registered) Trophies & Cash Prizes! Vendors welcome: outside 15' x 30' spaces $18; covered 10' x 10' $10. ATM provided by FL ATM SERVICES always on site. Contact: Jackie Smith. Email: websterswaps@aol.com Info: 800-8327396. Reservations: 352-628-4656. www.myspace.com/ webstercyclemeet JULY 14, POKER TOURNAMENT ~ Starts at 6pm. Join us at Gator Harley-Davidson 1745 Hwy 441, Leesburg Fl, 34748 "Everyone is welcome" Come and enjoy the fun! Snacks, beverages, beer and wine available. Chance to win a flat screen TV. Benefits the Leesburg Area Chamber of Commerce. Sponsors or questions contact Bonnie 352-787-2131 or www.leesburgchamber.com JULY 15-18 - SPECIAL CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAYS - NOT TO MISS CELEBRATION AT GATOR & STORMY HILL HARLEY-DAVIDSON 1745 Hwy 441, Leesburg, FL 34748 www.gatorharley.com 352787-8050 - Stormy Hill HD 2480 S Hwy 27, Clermont, FL 34711 www. stormyhillharley.com 352-243-7111 JULY 19 - C's Pub Bike Sunday. 2pm at C's Pub, 12570 Spring Hill Drive Spring Hill, FL 34609. Lots of Food, prizes, 50/50, Drink Specials and a DJ. Don't need a bike to attend just bring yourself and have fun. 2PM till ?, info Marie (352) 688-4249. JULY 30-31 **Remember these dates for a rockin good time ** Gator Harley-Davidson 18th Year Anniversary Party !! We will be ROCKIN for Two BIG days with Bobby Friss, Big Engine, Bassville Park Band and Cruisin with the Classics !! Teaming up with 7-UP and WMMO 98.9fm classic Rock and a Gator Harley-Davidson MOTORCYCLE GIVE AWAY on July 31st. Register on line at: http://www. wmmo.com/s/contests/ WMMO 98.9 Don't miss this two day event at Gator Harley-Davidson Entertainment by DJ bike night Pam, bikini and tattoo contests and more. Lots of vendors, food and adult beverages available. Drink responsilby. Gator Harley-Davidson 1745 Hwy 441, Leesburg, Fl 34748 352-787-8050 www.gatorharley. com JULY 24 - Thunder Tavern Birthday Bash for Carla!. 2pm until ? at Thunder Tavern & Tattoo Lic, 5111 State Road 54, New Port Richey, 34652, ph 813-244-9245. Live Music by Earl Brown's "Triple Threat", Hendrix Tribute Band, Free Food and Prizes. Rider Now Magazine will be selling tickets for the Ocala shrine Club Scooter Raffle $3 a ticket or 2 for $5, info thundertavern@gmail.com, ph 813-244-9245.

MONDAY: EVERY MON DOC'S PUB & GRILL HWY 301 7PM TO 10PM DADE CITY

THURSDAY: Tankers Brew & BBQ 2 7803 Grand Blvd.. Port Richey, FL 727-264-8919

Skinny's Bar 13228 US Hwy 19 Hudson 727-863-4400

Coney Island (Every Other Thurs) 1112 East Jefferson St. Brooksville FL 352-796-9141

TUESDAY: THUNDER TAVERN EVERY TUES.. 5111 SR. 54 NPR 727-264-8820 Venom Bar & Grille 7430 U.S. 19 N. 727-842-8371 New Port Richey WEDNESDAY: BEER HUT 11909 state road 52, hudson 727-857-5935 BEEF O BRADY'S HWY 301 / GALL BLVD EVERY WED NIGHT FROM 6 TO 9 PM ZEPHYRHILLS Brewsky's Bar & Grill 5430 Treadway Dr. Port Richey 727-597-1227 Gator Harley-Davidson 1745 US Hwy 441, Leesburg, FL 352-787-8050 Hardee’s Restaurant Spring Hill, FL 352-596-9068

Cotee River Cafe (2nd & 4th Wednesday of the Month) 12830 Shady Hills Road Spring Hill 813-9965375 Chickie's Pub (2nd & 4th Saturday of the Month) 6408 Rowan Road New Port Richey 727-842-1661 Hooters Restaurant (1st Tuesday of month) Spring Hill, FL 352-666-9225

Crazy Eddie’s Benchwarmers Bar & Grill 6431 Hwy 19 New Port Richey, FL Buy 1 Picher get 1 Picher free 727-645-6903 benchwarmers.tbgom.com Neon Cowboy SR 52 At Bellamy Blvd. Pasco 352-588-0032 Pit Stop Bar and Grill (Every other Thurs.) 14446 Ponce De Leon Blvd, Brooksville, FL 34601 352-796-7570 FRIDAY: Chickie's Pub 6408 Rowan Road New Port Richey, FL 727-842-1661 SATURDAY: Skinny's Bar SR 54 - Just W. of I-75 in Pinebrook Plaza Wesley Chapel, FL 813-994-9500

Neon Cowboy (1st Sun after Webster) 1.5 Miles W. of I-75 SR 54 at Bellany Blvd. Pasco 352-588-0032 Webster Bike & Car Show (First Sunday of every month) SR 478 - Webster, FL 800-832-3477


Full Throttle 59 NATURE COAST FLORIDA - Includes: New Port Richey, Port Richey, Brooksville, Crystal River, Inverness, Dade City, Clermont, Leesburg & Ocala SALES & SERVICE HONDA OF CRYSTAL RIVER 1917 US Hwy. 19 Crystal River action honda 34428 352-795-4832 15628 US Hwy19 Hudson HONDA OF LEESBURG 727-868-6308 2408 W. Main St. Leesburg ADVENTURE CYCLE CENTER 14430 Cortez Blvd. Brooksville, FL 787-7252 IRON HORSE 352-796-6116 365 W. Gulf To Lake Hwy Lecanto cahill’s Motorsports LLC Hwy. 301 N. Zephyrhills 813- 352-746-7883 JOHN ROBERTS MOTOR SPORTS 788-1779 29305 CR 561 Tavares 742-9199 citrus cycle center KOOL RIDEZ 2277 Hwy 41 N. Inverness 14617 US 19 N. Hudson, FL 34667 352-726-6676 727-861-1000 coNLEY Lucky U Cycles 7109 Elizabeth Ave Hudson 9807 N. Hwy 301 727-862-2444 Wildwood, FL 34785 Crystal Motorsports 352-330-0047 986 Skyway Blvd. Homosassa 24329 S. R. 46, 352-795-8697 Sorrento, FL 32776 crystal river h-d 1785 S.E. Hwy 19. Crystal River 352-383-0784 motorcycle enthusiasts 866-563-9900 5138 Commercial Way Spring Hill CUSTOM CYCLE 3610 W. Hwy 326 Ocala, FL 34475 352-596-8028 NAT. CST. POWER SPORTS 352-867-8600 7763 W. Gulf To Lake Hwy. Crystal CYCLE ALLEY 7143 US Hwy. 19 New Port Richey River 352-795-7996 OCALA MOTORSPORTS 727-815-8060 3920 N. Hwy 441 Ocala 34475 DNA CYCLES 8546 Leo Kidd Ave. Port Richey 352-732-8531 pERFORMANCE HONDA 727-859-5193 I-75 & S.R. 54 Wesley Chapel Dream Cycles 8026 Leo Kidd Ave. Port Richey 813-973-1888 POWERHOUSE CYCLES 727-645-6931 7992 W. Gulf To Lake Hwy. Crystal GATOR Harley-Davidson 1745 US Hwy 441 Leesburg FL River 352-563-0005 RED LINE RAY'S CYCLE WORKS 34748 16635 US Hwy. 301 Dade City, 352-787-8050 FL 33523 G’s Performance 352-521-0430 4131 Louis Ave. # 11 Holiday SCOOTER SHAK FL, INC. 727-939-0880 2212 Citrus Blvd. Leesburg, FL GIBSON KUSTOMS, INC. 4885 N. Hwy. 441 Ocala 34475 34748 315-9875 SHINE BROS CUSTOM CYCLES 352-620-8044 15125 Classique Ln. Tavares gulf coast h-d 32778 352-343-8681 5817 SR. 54 New Port Richey STORMY HILL H-D 727-842-4547 GULF COAST POWDER COATING, 2480 Hwy 27, Clermont, FL 352-243-7111 INC. SUN STATE FUN SPORTS 15424 Aviation Loop Dr. 17512 Hwy. 441 Mount Dora Brooksville, FL 34604 1-88832757 499-6901 352-735-2900 Gulf Coast Yamaha suncoast Bike and Trike 8822 US 19 Port Richey 16547 US Hwy 19 #101 727-842-6624 Hudson, 34667 (South of Little HARLEY-DAVIDSON OF OCALA Road) 5331 N. U.S. Hwy 441 Ocala tri-county cycle center 34475 1147 Ponce DeLeon Brooksville 352-732-2488 352-796-2684 H & B CYCLES 3964 NW Gainesville Rd. Ocala TRIKES BY TONY 3238 S. Florida Ave. Inverness 352-351-5122 (866) 344-8637 hi-tech custom cycles TOPLINE MOTOR SPORTS 4601 Panorama Ave. Holiday 14737 US 19, Hudson, FL 34667 727-942-9353 Highway thunder customS 727-863-6909 VENOM CUSTOM CHOPPERS 15050 NE US Hwy 301 Waldo 4321 US 19 N. New Port Richey, FL 352-468-1942 727-816-8700

WILLY T's 6641 Industrial Ave., Port Richey, FL 727-849-8401 YAMAHA OF LEESBURG 1503 E. Main St. Leesburg 34788 326-5999

fat charlie's 6229 Ridge Rd. Port Richey 727-843-8783 GOODFELLAZ SPORTS CLUB 6205 Ridge Road Port Richey, FL 34668 727-8445100 GOVERNOR'S LOUNGE BARS 10357 SR 52 Hudson, FL 34669 & RESTAURANTS 727-379-5566 BACK 40 LOUNGE HAPPY DAYz LOUNGE 15949 E. Hwy 40 Silver Springs 12401 US Hwy 301 Dade City 34209 bayport inn 352-521-5003 4835 Cortez Blvd., Bayport 34607 HAYLOFT PUB 8954 SR 52 Hudson, FL 352-596-1088 BB Magee’s 727-862-3738 12400 Ramfis Rd. Spring Hill Hideaway Bar and Grill 11720 US Hwy 19 Port Richey 727-861-1769 Beef O’ Brady’s 727-861-3521 27315 Hwy 54 W. Wesley Chapel horse & crown pub 5230 Commercial Way Spring Hill 813-994-1511 Beef O’ Brady’s 352-596-4778 13706 Little Road, Hudson LITTLE CORONA'S CIGAR LOUNGE 727-869-2500 Main St and Grand Blvd. NPR Big John’s 727-494-7659 11912 Lane Park Rd. Tavares , FL LITTLE JOE'S HIDEAWAY 11912 Lane Park Rd. Tavares 32778 352-343-3585 BLUE NOTE 32778 352-343-3355 4658 Commercial Way, Spring Hill Mike’s Friendly Pub Berkley Manor - 352-596-8679 5465 S. Oakridge Dr. bourbon st. nite club Homosassa 352-628-6896 4331 US Hwy 19 NPR MOUSETRAP SALOON 48 US Hwy. 19 N. Inglis 34449 727-843-0685 bUFFALO WILD WINGS 352-447-1920 10936 St, Rd. 54 New Port Richey MUSTANG SALLY'S 4403 Buena Vista Ln. Holiday 727-372-2323 C & D COLISEUM LOUNGE 727-942-6411 2490 SE 58th Ave. Ocala 34471 NEON COWBOY 624-3700 SR 52 Pasco 352-588-0032 OUR TOWN TAVERN CHICKIE'S PUB 6408 Rowan Rd. NPR 727-842- 7061 Hwy. 21N. Keystone Hgts.32656 352-473-6892 1661 CONEY ISLAND pat’s Place 1112 East Jefferson St. Brooksville, S.R. 54 W. Zephyrhills FL 352-796-9141 813-783-3147 crossroads pRIME TIME BAR & GRIL L 25 W. Dr. M.L.K. Blvd. Brooksville 11408 US 19 Port Richey 34668 352-796-4200 727-869-9707 CROSSROADS INN port hole pub 16475 S. Hwy 301 & CR 42 5430 Treadway Dr. Port Richey Summerfield, FL 34491 727-845-3591 ramble inn 352-347-8226 COTEE RIVER SALOON 18139 U.S. Hwy. 19 Brooksville 7803 Grand Blvd. Port Richey 352-597-0052 RAVEN'S NEST 727-8159528 CYPRESS GRILLE & TIKI BAR 14400 E Hwy 40 Silver Springs 14328 Black Lake Rd. (Old 54) 352-625-0300 r & b hawg pound pub Odessa813-920-3456 Duffy’s 38704 E. Tucker Rd. Zephyrhills 16620 SR 40 Dunnellon, FL 34481 813-788-4192 REBAR 352-489-7020 Eduardo’s 10123 Broad St. Brooksville, FL 100 E. 4th Ave. Mt. Dora 32757 352-799-6031 RED HOUSE SALOON 735-1711 Fat Cats Billiards 1350 West North Blvd., Leesburg 2721 West Old Hwy 441 34748 323-9222 Mount Dora, FL 32757 735-2202 roos’ restaurant & pub 20182 Cortez Blvd. Brooksville 352-799-6207

Rumbling Pride 491 Mini STORAGE 5238 Quiet Creek Ln. Lakeland 1755 N Lecanto Hwy 863-607-9888 Lecanto, FL 34461 352-746-1419 scuttlebutts pub 19245 S.R. 52 Land O’ Lakes 34637 5430 Threadway Dr. 813-995-0800 A + TRAILERS Port Richey,FL 727-845-3591 seaside inn lounge 19245 S.R. 52 Land O’ Lakes 34637 5330 Treadway Dr. Port Richey 813-995-0800 AIR SLINGER, INC. 727-848-4628 SHAMROCK LOUNGE 7253 Belvedere Terrace 1120 W. North Blvd. Leesburg New Port Richey 34655 ACE DIGITAL GRAPHICS 34748 352-787-4309 SHEA'S HI-WAY INN 11780 Linden Dr., Spring Hill 2201 W. Old Hwy 441 352-200-7087 Mount Dora , FL 32757 383-7851 bogarts smoke shop SHONEY'S INN & SUITES 12139 S. Williams St. “B” 1308 North St. Leesburg 34748 352-465-4334 727-787-1210 or 888-787-1210 cameo leather Shorty’s Sports Pub 12139 S. Williams St. D Dunnel2109 Mariner Blvd. Spring Hill leon (352)465-1754 CAR, TRUCK & SUV 352-683-9091 5028 US Hwy. 19 N. NPR SKINNY'S BAR SR 54 Wesley Chapel 813-994- 727-847-1616 DEUces Are Wild 9500 Sleepy Hollow 304 W. Broadway St. Ocala 1033 E. Gobbler Dr. Floral City 352-867-1643 Dungeon Master 352-726-3242 silver moon Tavern 15407 US Hwy. 301 N. Dade City 3025 N. Hwy. 41 Dunnellon 34432 352-521-5910 HARDTAILZ Biker Outlet 352-489-0062 SINBADS OF LAKE COUNTY 5311 South Suncoast Blvd. 1050 W. Burleigh Blvd. Tavares 352-503-6817 henkel’s r.v. 32778 352-343-6669 Someplace Else 8640 U.S. 19 Port Richey 3645 Universal Plaza Holiday 727-847-9800 HOUSE OF FUN 727-843-9005 SOUTH BEACH BAR US 19 727- 2530 US Hwy. 19 Holiday 727-945-9808 862-2938 Liberty RV SONNY'S REAL PIT BBQ 7500 NW 42nd Ave. Ocala 34482 6606 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills, FL 352-690-7666 STORMIES SALOON mary b. archie realtor 5748 Main St. NPR 264-8842 5130 Tammy Lane, Holiday 34690 813-782-4272 sunset lounge 727-514-8650 5429 Spring Hill Blvd. 352-686- nature coast sports 5138 US Hwy 19 N. Spring Hill 6565 T-BONE'S SPORTS GRILLE 352-795-4832 2060 S. Bay St. Eustis 32726 Pixie Lynn Art 20 N.E. 1st Ave. High Springs 352-589-0277 THE CHAR HOUSE 386-454-5690 114 S. 5th St. Leesburg preferred pawn The Frosty Mug 8201 US Hwy 19 NPR 727-849411 N Donnelly St. Mont Dora 5586 Prime Towing 32757 5111 S. R. 54 N. P. R. 727-841352-383-1696 9164 THE PIT STOP BAR AND GRILL 14445 Ponce de Leon Blvd, Brooks- wallys’ upholstery 5241 Craft St. New Port Richey ville, FL 34601, 352-796-7570 727-848-7383 Thunder Tavern 5111 State Rd 54, NPR TATTOO & PIERCING 727-408-2125 EMBELISHING TATTOO & PIERCING Up The Creek Pub 8516 SR 52 Hudson, FL 34667 4400 Grand Blvd, Elfers 727-861-5380 727-264-8903 upper deck sports cafe 5386 Darlene St. Spring Hill 352-597-7662

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THANK YOU DNA Cycles if you’re around Port Richey Fl. on July 16, Make sure you come by dnA cycLEs shop on Leo Kidd for a Grand opening Party. if they party as well as they work on bikes, we will have a hell of a good time. i popped my drive belt after only a little less than 92,000 miles. dnA was at the bike night that i just rode away from. one phone call and they had someone on the way to pick up my bike. they fixed it up running better than it has in a long time. i always say, “i ride a work horse, not a show bike”, But if you have a show bike or an everyday rider. they will do you right. Mark your calendar to come on by and check out the shop and meet the staff. thank goodness they worked on my bike before the “ Katelynn stinnett child Abuse Awareness” run. it was a nice ride around the nature coast. All the stops were ready for us and made us feel welcome. thanks to; Mooks n Lukes in new Port Richey, the Beer Hut in Hudson, the Horse and crown on 19, south Beach on 19 and tankers in Port Richey. i have a lot of pictures from the ride on my facebook. owen Rogge. take a look for yourself, and you may see yourself there if you go to the dnA cycle Grand opening Party. i hope to see ya around. Ride safe and look out for the bad drivers.

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SATURDAY JULY 2 - Motorcycle "Speed Card" Ride & Pancake Breakfast. 8-11am Registration at Applebee's, 5550 Fruitville Road, ph 941379-2260. MAP Pancake breakfast from 8-10 for $10.00, pre-sale tic's available at Rossiter's Harley-Davidson, Manattee Harley-Davidson and Hap's Cycle. Speed card at $10.00 per hand or 3 for $20.00 Registration from 9:30-11, last bike in at 1:00. Appleebee's is your first speed card pull, then Crescent Club (free hot dogs) and last at Power Boats by the Bay-Centennial Park. Cash prizes for Best MPH hand $500.00, second $250.00 and worst $100.00. Proceeds to benefit Suncoast Charities for Children, info Sharon, 941400-0350, sharonsieradzki@yahoo.com. www. SunCoastOffshore.org. SUN. JULY 3 - WEBSTER MONTHLY SWAP MEET, CAR & BIKE SHOW - Located at Webster Westside Flea Market, 516 NW 3rd. Steet (CR 478 & NW 3rd. St) Webster FL. 33597. Gates open 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM the 1st Sunday of every month rain or shine. General admission $5.00, children under 14 FREE. Show & Corral(for sale by owner) registration $10.00. Club/Organization Participation Award (10 or more vehicles registered) Trophies & Cash Prizes! Vendors welcome: outside 15' x 30' spaces $18; covered 10' x 10' $10. ATM provided by FL ATM SERVICES always on site. Contact: Jackie Smith. Email: websterswaps@aol.com Info: 800-832-7396. Reservations: 352-628-4656. www.myspace. com/webstercyclemeet. SUN. JULY 3 - 1st Sunday Biker Bash. Noon- 6pm at Tilly's Tap, 3149 Duncan Rd Hwy 17, Punta Gorda 33982, ph 941 505 0798. Live Music 1-5 pm by "TC & The Troublemakers" Vendors, Big Johns BBQ, info 941-505-0798. SUNDAY BIKE NIGHT - SNOOK HAVEN - outside band 1-5pm. At least 2 movies have been filmed here, the first movie called "Prestige" was filmed in the 30's and the second, a Tarzan movie called "Revenge of the Killer Turtles", is where the legend of the killer turtles came from. We haven't seen any killer turtles recently but occasionally one does see a monkey across the river, descendants of those that escaped during filming, info (941) 485-7221 Website: www. snookhavenfl.com. 5000 East Venice Ave


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SUN. JULY 3- WEBSTER MONTHLY SWAP MEET, CAR & BIKE SHOW - Located at Webster Westside Flea Market, 516 NW 3rd. Steet (CR 478 & NW 3rd. St) Webster FL. 33597. Gates open 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM the 1st Sunday of every month rain or shine. General admission $5.00, children under 14 FREE. Show & Corral(for sale by owner) registration $10.00. Club/Organization Participation Award (10 or more vehicles registered) Trophies & Cash Prizes! Vendors welcome: outside 15' x 30' spaces $18; covered 10' x 10' $10. ATM provided by FL ATM SERVICES always on site. Contact: Jackie Smith. Email: websterswaps@ aol.com Info: 800-832-7396. Reservations: 352-6284656. www.myspace.com/webstercyclemeet JULY 16 - The American Legion Riders Poker Run will be taking place on July 16, 2011. It will be located at 1620 W State Road 84 - Fort Lauderdale Just East of I-95, Fort Lauderdale, FL. First Bike Out at 10 AM / Last Bike In at 3:00 PM $10.00 Per Hand Stops in Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Pompano Beach & Deerfield Beach BBQ & More Back at the Post Don't miss out on all the fun! Come on out and enjoy yourself. WEBSITE http://www.alrpost36.wwebs.com or alrpost36@gmail.com JULY 29 - 31 - 9TH ANNUAL 5 STAR EVENT - ome join 6 Chapters of ABATE of Florida, Inc. in Celebrating 11 years with Freedom of Choice "HB1911". Let Those Who Ride Decide!!! We will have a Bike and Car Show, Pinup Girl Contest, Tatto Contest, Bike Games, 50/50 drawings, door prizes, vendors and a Bike Run. $15.00 per day or $20.00 for the entire weekend. Free camping on site, space is limited so come early. 19990 Corkscrew Rd. Event Contact Person: Frankie Kennedy. Event Phone: 239-849-9065 SEPT 15 - 18 - PHIL PETERSON'S POKER RUN - The 2011 Phil Peterson’s Key West Poker Run will start Thursday September 15th the third Thursday of the month so that is bike night at H-D South and they will be hosting a Pre Poker run Party. For those that want to go to the Keys early there will be the traditional Thursday night Duval Crawl....Bar to Bar Poker Run with drink specials & prizes! Our official Poker Run will start on friday morning 9/16 at 8:00AM as usual and end in Key West Saturday 9/17 at 5:00PM, awards will start between 10 & 11PM that night. There will be all the traditional events like the custom bike show and vendors on Duval & Caroline Street both Friday & Saturday! For vending info in Key West contact Greg Barns at Key West Rotary at 305-797-0242. On Sunday the 18th there will be Breakfast Brunch Survivors Party in Key West.

Carlie Lynne's 2nd Saturday 9119 US 27 South, Seabring 863-381-7685 Everglades Motorcycle 3rd Saturday of Month 3888 Mannix Drive Suite 316 (off of I-75 at Exit 101) 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: Break Time Lounge 4630 Gulf Stream Drive Naples, FL 239-353-9300 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 Porky's Last Stand 2560 39th st. Golden Gate FL Sundown's Sports Grill 3580 Evans Rd. 239-939-9936 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 561-687-2122 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 Daisy Duke's Saloon 10060 Pines Blvd Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 (954) 430-9930

Sunrise Harley-Davidson 2nd + 4th Fri - Bike Night 4th Sun. Ladies Garage Party 201 Int'l Pkwy Sunrise FL 954-414-4135 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 Sat of the Month Buddy Freddy's Iron Rhino Saloon 1st and 3rd Friday: 19800 Tamiami Trail East, Naples, FL 239-393-3974 Harley Davidson Naples & Ft. Myers on Nov. 13th (Friday) One Buck Bike Night & Concert - 3645 Gateway Lane 239-594-5504/this month it is at the Naples Store

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. 863-983-3151 Skully's Tavern 9809 Sunset Drive S. Miami, FL 305-271-7404 Zookie's Sports Pub & Grill 774 Preserve Lane, Naples, FL 239-566-7513 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


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SUN JULY 3- WEBSTER MONTHLY SWAP MEET, CAR & BIKE SHOW - Located at Webster Westside Flea Market, 516 NW 3rd. Steet (CR 478 & NW 3rd. St) Webster FL. 33597. Gates open 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM the 1st Sunday of every month rain or shine. General admission $5.00, children under 14 FREE. Show & Corral(for sale by owner) registration $10.00. Club/Organization Participation Award (10 or more vehicles registered) Trophies & Cash Prizes! Vendors welcome: outside 15' x 30' spaces $18; covered 10' x 10' $10. ATM provided by FL ATM SERVICES always on site. Contact: Jackie Smith. Email: websterswaps@aol.com Info: 800-832-7396. Reservations: 352-628-4656. www.myspace.com/webstercyclemeet BIKE NIGHT EVERY MONDAY NIGHT AT WHISKEY RIVER - Bike Night Every Monday 6:00 PM Specials for Bikers Only!! $2 Miller Lite $5 Three Olives $7 One Topping Pizza Half Price Appetizers 904.645.5571 4850 Big Island Drive Suite 3 Text Whisky to 41513 www.WhiskyRiverJacksonville.com

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

Alachua Sports Pub Alachua, FL 386-462-5322 4th Friday of the month American Legion Riders Chapter 16 Bike Night (2nd Friday 5-7) 4701 NW 6th St. Gainesville Beef O’ Brady’s 3rd Thurs. of Month Back Beach Road Panama City Beach, FL Calendars Pizzeria & Sports Bar Last Saturday of the Month US 90 & College Macclenny, FL 904-259-5040

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 floridaswapmeet.com 386-868-3727 352-505-8287 Santa Fe Bar US 441 High Springs, FL 386-454-9461 3rd Fri

Fleetwood Diner / Allstar Tattoo High Springs, FL 386-454-5775 3rd Tues. 6p-9p

Spindrifter Lounge Bike Night (3rd Saturday) US 441 & I-75 Alachua, FL 386-462-9081

BIKE NIGHT EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT BUFFALO'S SOUTHWEST CAFE - Every Wednesday Bike Night @ Buffalo's Southwest Cafe in Orange Park sponsored by Adamec H-D® 6:00 - 9:00 PM BIKE NIGHT EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT AT CHICAGO PIZZA - Bike Night @ Chicago Pizza in Orange Park Every Thursday from 6-9 PM. 406 Old Hard Road, Fleming Island, FL (904) 2137779 BIKE NIGHT EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT AT COPPER TOP - 10% off your bill with Adamec receipt of purchase within last 30 days! Live Music every week, 50¢ Raw Oysters. Copper Top Kitchen, Inc. 1712 Beach Boulevard, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250 904-249-4779 www. coppertopkitchen.com AUG 26-28 - 6th Annual Starke Bike Fest. Starts Friday 5pm til 12am on Historic Call Street at Downtown Starke, 100 East Call Street, Starke, FL 32091, ph 904-964-5278. Free and on the Streets. Bike Show. Entertainment . Games. Three Day Event, info DeAnna Adams, Pam Whittle, Jennifer Clarke or Susan Brown. Web Site: www.StarkeFLBikefest.com.

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

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 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


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SUN. JULY 3 - WEBSTER MONTHLY SWAP MEET, CAR & BIKE SHOW - Located at Webster Westside Flea Market, 516 NW 3rd. Steet (CR 478 & NW 3rd. St) Webster FL. 33597. Gates open 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM the 1st Sunday of every month rain or shine. General admission $5.00, children under 14 FREE. Show & Corral(for sale by owner) registration $10.00. Club/Organization Participation Award (10 or more vehicles registered) Trophies & Cash Prizes! Vendors welcome: outside 15' x 30' spaces $18; covered 10' x 10' $10. ATM provided by FL ATM SERVICES always on site. Contact: Jackie Smith. Email: websterswaps@ aol.com Info: 800-832-7396. Reservations: 352-628-4656. www.myspace.com/webstercyclemeet SAT. JULY 9 - Broda's Custom Leather Presents "David Allen Coe". Noon-11pm at Bruce Rossmeyer's Destination Daytona, 1837 US Hwy 1, Ormond Beach, FL 32174, ph 386-671-7100. MAP $20 General admission only, at the Coca-Cola Pavilion David Allan Coe, Live Music All Day, BBQ, Vendors, info 386847-0755. Website: www.DestinationDaytona.com. SUNDAY JULY 10 - Super Swap Sunday Motorcycle & Car Swap Meet. 8am-5pm at Bruce Rossmeyer's Destination Daytona, 1837 US Hwy 1, Ormond Beach, FL 32174, ph 386-671-7100. Free car corral, free bikini bike wash, free live music, free admission to shoppers, $10 vendor space with proceeds benefiting Camp Bpggy Creek, info 386-847-0755. Website: www. DestinationDaytona.com.

OCTOBER 13 - OCTOBER 16 - Biketoberfest. Starts on 10/13/2011 and ends on 10/16/2011. Website: http://biketoberfest.org. www. daytonabikeweekrally.com/biketoberfest.html. www.daytonachamber.com/daytonabikeweek. PORT CANAVERAL - 9th Annual Western Caribbean Rally Cruise. Starts on 10/30/2011 and ends on 11/6/2011. $1,876 - $10,228 total for two people. World’s Only Rally on a Cruise ship—9th Annual Western Caribbean Cruise. High Seas Rally ® is already taking reservations for it’s 9th Annual fall Western Caribbean rally cruise leaving Port Canaveral, Florida Oct.30 for another 7 days of ‘too much fun.” Stops in Jamaica, Grand Cayman, Cozumel and a private Island stop (Labadee). Room for only 2,000 bikers and the best cabins sell out fast. World class on shore and on-ship parties, vendors onboard and more than $200,000 in FREE giveaways highlight the fun, info 800-444-8795. Website: www.highseasrally.com.


Full Throttle 71 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 Americal steel horse cycles 534 E. Intl Speedway Blvd. Deland, FL 32724 386-738-5959 0r 866-364-3904 american v-twin 5135 International Dr. Ste. 11 Orlando 1-407-903-0058 • 1-888-AM-V-TWIN BIKERS BAY 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 541 Ballough Rd. Daytona Beach 258-8020 bmw motorcycle of daytona 118 E. Fairview Ave. Daytona Beach 257-2269 Boar's Nest Cycle Shop Mobile Motorcycle Repair BUY & RIDE MOTOR VEHICLES, INC. Autos, Trucks & Motorcycles 6831 N. Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL 32810 1-407-294-6864 carl’s speed shop 390 N. Beach St. Daytona Beach 258-3777 Clermont H-d 2480 S. Hwy 27 Clermont 352-243-7111 cruise amer. motorcyce 2915 Orange Blossom Trail Kissimmee 931-1409 CURLY JIMS 386-774-7713 custom iron 3709 N. Hwy. 17 DeLand, FL 32720 386-985-4850 custom works 806 N. Beach Street Daytona Beach 257-1300 crank & Chrome 1533 Ridgewood Ave. Holly Hill 615-1449 cycle & ski concepts 4230 CR 218, Unit 4 Middleburg, FL 904-291-6388 cycle riders 3450 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando 841-8641 cycle sports center 4001 John Young Parkway, Orlando 32804 299-9191 CYCLE WORLD OF DAYTONA 2385 S. Ridgewood Ave. S. Daytona 386-761-2411 daytona fun machines 450 Ridgewood Ave. Holly Hill 238-0888 daytona harley-davidson 290 N. Beach St. Daytona Beach 253-2453 exotic custom CHOPPERS 3834 Commerce Loop, Orlando 32808 407-293-2228 hardcore custom cycles 25629 Edgewater Dr, Orlando 407) 253-2227 HARLEY-DAVIDSON of seminole 620 Hickman Circle Sanford 407-831-7888 Kissimmee motorsports 2881 N. Jouh Young Pkwy Kissimmee , FL legends cycles 101 W. Cypress St. Kissimmee 870-5571

Lorenzo SELECT MOTOR INC. 7551 S Hwy 17-92 Fern Park MASTERLINK CYCLE 6073-1 Roosevelt Blvd. Jacksonville FL 32244 904-779-1133 millers custom parts 1863 S. Ridgewood Ave. S. Daytona 761-0858 moine cycle warehse. 1040 Nursery Road. Winter Springs 695-6002 MOTOR SPORTS OF ORLANDO 8155 S. Hwy 17-92 Fern Park 831-8888 new smyrna harley-davidson 1899 S. R. 44 New Smyrna Beach 409-3034 ORANGE CUSTOM CYCLES 7230 NE Hwy 301 Orange Heights. 352-468-3979 orlando h-d & buell 3770 37th St. Orlando 423-0346 orlando yamaha 9334 E. Colonial Drive Orlando 273-3579 PETE G’S CHOPPER DESIGN SERVICES 1365 Bennett Drive Suite 101 Longwood 407-834-5007 PITBULL MOTORCYCLE CO. 4340 N. Orange Blossom Trail Orlando. FL 32804 1-407-290-9212 PRO STREET CUSTOM CHOPPERS, INC. 7850 N. Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL 32810 1-407-291-3331 QUICK DRAW 728B Ballough Rd. Daytona Beach 386-253-0900 Scooters 2105 French Ave. Hwy. 1792 Sanford 330-2056 scooters cycle 1903 S. Ridgewood Ave S. Daytona 767-8133 sinister cyclesports 3380 No. US1 Bunnell, FL 386-206-4832 Space Coast bourget 3345 North Courtenay Pkwy. Merritt Island FL 321-454-4020 Space Coast Harley-Davidson 1440 Executive Circle N.E. Palm Bay 32905 street wi ze 2800 Melonville Sanford 321-5015 STROKERZ 110 Fairview Ave. Daytona Beach 386-253-1703 Treasure Coast Harley-Davidson 4967 S.E. Federal Highway Stuart 34997 the trike shop 410 N. Beach Street Daytona Beach 257-0609 tri-city cycles 308 S. 2nd St. F lagler 439-3967

BIKER FRIENDLY BARS & RESTAURANTS Archie’s 401 South Ocean Drive Ft. Pierce 34949 bar out back 2485 Hwy 17-92 Sanford 321-0422 beer: 30 grille & pub 1602 W. Airport Blvd. Sanford 323-1499

boot hill saloon MIKE'S CORNER 310 Main Street 3705 State Rd 44 428-4858 386-258-9506 orlando brewing cactus bob’s 1301 Atlanta Ave. Orlando, FL 1566 S. French Ave. Sanford Ozzie Crab House 330-1275 6060 S. U.S. 1 Grant 32951 Captain Hairam’s PALM TREE HARBOR 150 U.S. 1 Sebastian 32958 704 S Lakeshore Bld. Howy In The Hills cathouse saloon Pineda Inn 1113 N US 1 Ormond Beach U.S. 1 Rockledge 32940 386-676-3832 porky’s dale's ales of orange city Hwy 309 Georgetown 467-3956 2400 N Volusia Ave. Orange City, FL 32763 Scores 386-775-2377 6590 Old Winter Garden Rd. Orlando, FL diamond backs Sebastian Beach Inn 745 Ridgewood Ave., Holly Hill 255-5596 7035 S. Highway A-1-A dirty harry’s Melbourn Beach 32951 701-705 Main St. 252-9877 smiley’s tap dj’s deck 1161 N US 1 Ormond Beach 79 E. Dunlawton Ave. Port Orange 760-2277 677-9609 Earl’s Hidaway STEEL AROUND FOREST TAVERN 1405 Indian River Drive Sebastian 32958 21918 Hwy. 40 Astor Park, FL 32102 fireside bar 1-352-759-3991 1481 N US 1 Ormond Beach 676-2552 SWAMP house GRILL foxhead lounge 488 W. Highbanks Rd. DeBary, FL 32713 280 North SR 415 Osteen 321-2399 386-668-8891 frank's place ted’s diner 146 N. Clark Rd. Ocee, FL 34761 855 S. Nova Rd. Ormond Beach froggers grill & bar 673-1898 4459 N. Pinehills Road. Pine Hills THE HIDEAWAY BAR 293-3199 516 Virginia Dr. Orlando, FL froggys’ saloon 407-898-5892 800 Main Street 259-0330 the oyster pub Gator’s Riverside Grille 555 Seabreeze Blvd. Daytona Beach 4255 Peninsula Point Sanford 688-9700 255-6348 george’s the shark house 5507 Edgewater Drive, Orlando 291-6562 2929 N. Ocean Shore Blvd. Flagler gillys’ pub 44 439-1000 1889 S. R. 44 New Smyrna Beach 428-6523 trader jack's roadside grizzly bar & grill 4425 N. US Hwy. 17 DeLand, FL 32725 400 Savage C., Longwood 339-1263 386-985-3456 Handle Bar and Grill tucan willies 600 N Hwy 17-02 Longwood, 339-4949 829-Eyrie Dr. Oviedo hog heaven 366-6225 3925 Clarcona-Ocoee Rd., Orlando, FL willie's "legendary" shark bar holly & dolly 1204 E. New York Ave. DeLand, FL 32724 512E Semoran Blvd. Casselberry 386-734-0044 hooter’s Of melbourne willy’s place 330 Madison Ave., Daytona Beach 877 S. Babcock Melbourne 32901 248-8409 hooter’s of merritt island wolfy’s 125 N. Sykes Creek Blvd. Merritt 32953 520 N. Palmetto Sanford Ichabob’s 2320 N. Highway A-1-A Indialantic 32903 iron 322-2150 whiskey river north horse saloon 3730 S.R. 46 Sanford 1068 N. US 1 Ormond Beach 677-1550 328-9096 jerry’s italian white eagle lounge restAURANT & pizza 5533 US 1 Old Dixie Hwy. Krona 300 St. Laurant St. Longwood 437-2341 767-5534 JOLLY GATOR FISH CAMP 4650 Highway 46, Geneva 407-349-5554 Junkyard saloon 6440 N. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL last resort bar 5812 S. Ridgewood Port Orange 7615147 Lou’s Blues 3191 Highway A-1-a Indialantic 32903 MAIN STREET STATION 316 Main Street Daytona Beach FL 386-253-0024

WINGS-PIZZA-N-THINGS SPORTS & gRILL 2563 N. Atlantic Ave. Daytona Beach, FL 32118 386-898-0626

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A.M. METAL FINISHING, INC. 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 332-8106 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 CENTURY 21 460 SR 436 Suite 104 Castleberry 407-3317600 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 i zod bike trailer rental 903-3681 magic bailbonds 1610 Tropic Mark Dr. Sanford 322-0000 main street leather 822 Main Street Daytona Beach 238-5564 PALATKA ARMY NAVY SURPLUS INC. 901 N. Hwy. 19 Palatka 386-328-8127 RJ’S LEATHER WORKS 1876 State Road 20 Hawthorne 352-481-3367 tobacco exotic 749 Intl. Speedway. Blvd. Daytona Beach 255-3782 whog 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

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Motorcyclists Not Allowed to be Jurors June 16, 2011 – By this time on June 17th, Ruth Perez, pleading guilty to all charges, will have finally been sentenced for the September 2009 crash she caused killing “Diamond” Dave Makish in Seminole County, FL. Since she has plead guilty, there will be no jury trial. On June 14, 2011 in Santa Rose County, FL, Ronnie L. Henley was finally sentenced after sitting in jail for fourteen months after killing Matthew Harrison. Harrison had laid down his motorcycle in an attempt to avoid Henley who turned in front of him, but was ultimately run over by Henley’s car. Henley then fled the scene, to be arrested shortly afterwards. After a jury trial, Henley was sentenced to 20 years for DUI Manslaughter. On June 10, 2011, Paul Sermons was found guilty by a jury of causing the crash that killed four motorcyclists; John Holmes, Patricia Beihayn, William Barker, & Patrice Poole as they were riding th down County Road 476 in Sumter County Florida. Sermons is to be sentenced on July 6 . The above cases all involved offenders Driving Under the Influence (DUI) of alcohol and causing crashes that killed motorcyclist. However, when the crash that kills a motorcyclist does not involve alcohol, but instead a right of way violation or a car running the stop sign or red light, the vehicle’s driver is many times simply let go, or, even if cited, faces only a maximum of $1,166 in fines, community service and a few other small requirements. ABATE of Florida’s members have been fighting to get stiffer penalties in place for these deadly crashes. We know that our members are being heard in the battle; in some of the above cited trials, as well as others, ABATE members present to observe jury selection have heard the attorneys ask potential jurors if they ride motorcycles, are in any motorcyclists’ rights groups, and even if they are members of ABATE of Florida! An affirmative answer to any of these questions results in the motorcyclist being excused from jury duty. The cure for this? Make sentencing in these type of cases mandatory. Since the 2011 Legislative Session is over, the best thing you can now do is find your local ABATE of Florida, Inc. Chapter, join, and get involved. The time to educate the public about motorcyclists’ lives being worth just over a thousand dollars is now. Help us teach the motoring public that there are consequences to driving a 3000+ pound machine without care for those around them. Dave “Lockdown” Rich State Public Relations Trustee, ABATE of Florida, Inc. PO Box 990584, Naples, FL 34116 (386) 490-4821 Fax: (386) 490-4482 statepr@abateflorida.com www.abateflorida.com


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