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The month of November is the start of the Holiday Season and nobody celebrates the holidays better than the motorcycle community! Food benefits, toy runs, trips to foster care centers and runs to hospitals .... all these things help make the holiday season special and nobody has a bigger heart than the motorcycle community. You will want to keep a copy of our Cruisin’ Calendar taped to your refrigerator door so you can keep track of all events. Make sure you check our website as new rides, runs and charity events are posted all the time. If you don’t get our weekly e-mail blast, go to and sign up! Biketoberfest was a huge success and Tony, Big Al, Dew, Charlie Humphries, Georgia Boy, Pee Wee and the rest of the Full Throttle gang covered Daytona like a blanket! Iron Horse Saloon, Boardwalk Bike Show, JP Cycles, Rat’s Hole .... Full Throttle was everywhere! Take a look at the recap inside this issue or go to our website to see additional photos. On November 20, please make plans to join us in Lakeland at Fun Bike Center for our 15th Birthday Party! Every year we move our anniversary to a different location and this will be the first time we have ventured into Lakeland. Fun Bike Center has one hell of facility with two restaurants and a liquor store on-site! We will have tons of giveaways, vendors, 50/50, bike show, slow race, food, liquor and live music by the Dive Bar Stalkers! The fun starts at noon so circle your calendar and we will see you at Fun Bike Center! I want to take time to wish my granddaughter Izzy a happy birthday on 11/21 and my grandson Paul Jacob a happy birthday on 11/23. Hope you all have a fantastic Thanksgiving and don’t eat too much pumpkin pie!

Ok, so now there is no getting around it, we are in the holiday season! Time to start spending all that money you have been saving all year long on presents for everyone in your family and co-workers for Christmas that is right around the corner….. Ok, now stop laughing and let’s get back to business. There are some great toy runs that start in November and some amazing events that you will not want to miss! There are so many I am just going to list them and you can look through the magazine and find all the info about them, Suncoast Animal League Poker Run, Cops N Kids Toy Run, Ybor Thunder Bike Fest, The Rib Fest Bike Show, Orlando Calling with KID ROCK, and of course the grandest party of them all, THE FULL THROTTLE 15TH ANNIVERSARY PARTY November 20th at Fun Bike Center and Mojo’s in Lakeland, FL. Full ThrottleVision is going good and we are having a blast doing it! We are a live Streaming Biker Webshow that airs live every Thursday night from 7pm-8pm on our website! To watch the show go to our webpage ( and click play when you see the international play button on the big black screen. We are also selling commercials that will run on each episode we do until we fill up! A :30 commercial will only cost you $200 (1 minute for $400) and we will shoot it, produce it and upload it to youtube so you can share it with all your friends or post it on your website for advertising purposes! We have around 500 views each week, right now you are missing out on that exposure…I would call soon! Ask for Tony 727-919-1743. Our next big event on the Full Throttle Platter is the biggest event of the year for us. The FLORIDA MOTORCYCLE EXPO & BIKE BUILDER INVITATIONAL. The Expo is January 27-29, 2012 and will be back at Quaker Steak and Lube presented by Attorney Fran M. Haasch and Walker Ford. We are still looking for sponsors and bike builders. If you are a bike builder please contact us if you would like to bring a bike and enter it in the Invitational for FREE!!! That’s right; we are only accepting 40 entries for the chance to win $5,000 in cash! And just for the record, this is not one of those shows where everyone is going to win something and we all leave with that happy-go-lucky feeling. There will be ONE CHAMPION who will walk away with the big check for $5,000 and nice huge trophy and 5 best in class awards for $500 each! Show up with something nice for a chance to win and oh yea, if you are entering a bike in the show, that is a great time to do some self promotion to all the people walking around “hint, hint” If you want to give to a great cause, make sure you stop by Quaker Steak and Lube on Wednesday nights in November. Full Throttle will be there every Wednesday Bike Night with the Full Throttle Firetruck! We are trying to fill up the truck with toys for St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital. The toy run is December 10th and starts at Tampa Harley-Davidson and ends at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital. For more info call Full Throttle Magazine 813-8141424. I would like to wish my neice and nephew Izzy and Jake-im-ups a happy birthday and please make sure you are safe out there when riding. Have a happy Thanksgiving and we will see you all at the Full Throttle 15th An-

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TAMPA BAY AREA CRUISIN’ CALENDAR EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT - FULL THROTTLEVISION LIVE BIKER TV WEBSHOW - HOSTED BY PAUL ALLEN, TONY CIANCI & SCOTT BURKE - FROM 7PM TILL 8PM on WWW.FULLTHROTTLEVISION.COM NOVEMBER 5 - SUNCOAST ANIMAL LEAGUE POKER RUN - Great prizes, raffle, 50/50, silent auction and live music. After party at Capt. Jacks in Tarpon Springs. Registration at Fletchers Harley from 10am till 12noon. For more info visit SUN. NOVEMBER 6TH - 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@ Info: 800-832-7396. Reservations: 352-628-4656. NOV. 5TH - Florida's 1st Annual 2011 Fire Fest - 10am-6pm at Florida State Fairgrounds, 4800 N US Hwy 301, Tampa, FL 33610 $15 Adults, $5 for the kids, $5 Parking fee required by State Fairgrounds. Come out for a fun filled day of everything FIRE!. Join us as we bring you the best of the best of Florida's Fire Service. Bucket Brigade Games, Pipes and Drums Competition, Live Music, Antique Fire Truck Show, Fallen Firefighters Survivors Foundation Memorial Ride In and Bike Show, Kids Zone with Smokey Bear and friends, side by side burns, automobile extrication demo, collectors swap corner, benefits Fallen Fighter Survivors Foundation, info www. NOV. 6 - 2ND ANNUAL DART FUN RUN - DART = Disaster Animal Response Team. Registration at Quaker Steak and Lube at 9am with first bike out at 10am and last bike in by 3pm. $15 per rider - $10 per passenger. NOV. 6TH - Tarpon Springs 4th Annual Motorcycle Toy Run & Fall Festival -10am Registration, KSU noon at parking lot of Tarpon Towers, Corner of M.L. King and Huey Avenue $5.00 & unwrapped toy per person (includes 1 beer ticket) Enjoy a police escorted 10 mile scenic ride ending up in beautiful Craig Park for a fun filled afternoon!! There will be lots of vendors, live music, 50-50, wagon full of "cheer", great food and plenty of cold beer!! Park will be open at 10:00 a.m. for guests who are not attending the motorcycle run. Coffee & pastries will be available. Lots of fun things for the kids to do as well!!! The Greg Billings Band will be there in the afternoon. Mike & Spike will have some great games and prizes. For need/at risk children, info: Judie 727 709 4723 or 727 944 5729. NOVEMBER 11-12 - YBOR THUNDER BIKE FEST - Ybor Thunder Bike Fest / Veterans Salute & Fund Raiser. Starts on 11/11/2011 and ends on 11/12/2011. Friday 5-11pm and Saturday 11am-11pm in beautiful Downtown Ybor City, 7th Ave and 14th Street. 7th Avenue will be closed, two large lots for your entertainment will be filled with trade show vendors & retail vendors along with the Bay Area's finest in music, Bobby Friss on Friday & Greg Billlings Band on Saturday night. We will also on both days have two ride in bike shows, Friday Military and Civil Servants ride in show and Saturday Full ride in show. Fri. a ladies tattoo contest & Sat for men. PINUP CONTEST and Pub Crawls and Poker Walks each day. Hosted by Radical Randy, info, 813.220.1474. Website:

TAMPA BAY AREA CRUISIN’ CALENDAR SAT. NOV. 12TH - Suncoast Brotherhood's "Broke Bums Poker Run - 9-11am Registration at Whiskey Depot, 8256 Ulmerton Rd, Largo, (727) 531-5401. MAP Poker Hands Still $5.00 or 3 for $10.00. Best Hand=$100, 2nd best=$75, 3rd best=$50, Pot Luck=$25.00. Phone Numbers and directions will be provided for the challenged. Bring your Jell Seat or Pillow for comfort. Approximately 150 mile Run South of the Skyway and Back. Up to 2 Extra Cards at last stop - $1.00 each. 7pm Last bike in at Blind Shark Tavern, 11301 Starkey Rd, Largo, ph (727) 399-0435. Winners and 50/50 announced at 8PM. Riding for Pinellas County Foster Kids, info Jeff 727-4391722, Chris 727-479-8685. SAT. NOV. 12TH - Yarber Family Benefit & Poker Run 10:30am-12 Noon Registration at Danny's Food & Spirits, Inc., 2350 Curlew Road, ph 727-938-5970. Poker run participants $25 donation, $20 non-participants, $500 best hand, prizes, buffet and a killer D.J. Benefit for Matt Yarber, a 35 year old school teacher who suffers from a rare progressive brain disease for which they cannot find a cure. He has a wife, also a teacher and four small children. Shari Yarber is the only means of financial and emotional support for her entire family. Poker stops at fitzgerald's Irish Tavern, Crab Shack, Pitt Boss B.B.Q. ending at Danny's Bar & Grill in Holiday with prizes, buffet and music by DJ Manic Moss,. The website with all of the information is, info Sherry 727-9461122, SAT. NOV. 12TH - Veteran's Day Parade and Main Street Zephyrhills Music & Motorcycles - 2-9pm at Downtown 5th Avenue. 2pm Parade - Come salute our Veterans. Live music, 10 class ride-in bike show, ice cold beer, food & merchandise vendors, info 813-780-1414. SUNDAY - NOVEMBER 13 - RIB FEST BIKE SHOW - Sunday November 13th at the Vinoy Park in St. Pete. TRACE ADKINS will be the featured band on Sunday Nov. 13th . Registration is only $20 per bike ($20 will get your bike in the bike show and 2 people into Ribfest) Registration from 9am till 11am! ALL BIKES MUST BE IN BY 11AM! The Bike Show is sponsored by Della Costa and Neville P.A. and Full Throttle Magazine. For more info call 813-814-1424 SUN. NOV. 13TH - St Petersburg Yacht Club Vintage Motor Classic. 8:30-10:30am Registration on the lawn at 11 Central Ave in downtown St Petersburg. If you own a 1979 & Older vintage motorcycle, car truck or boat, you're invited to enter the show. $25 Pre-registration (last day Nov 7th), $35 day of show. Judging based on "Clean & Shine" with emphasis on Originality. First 100 to register receive a discount, commemorative t-shirt & dash plaque. On the waterfront, under the trees, on the lawn, 10:30am-3pm show hours, 3-4pm award ceremony, proceeds benefit the SPCA Tampa Bay, info Bill Waters 727-580-1804, For updated info, registration, show history & photos visit www. TUES. NOV. 15TH - Stix Billiards Ride-In Bike Night - 7-11pm at Stix Billiards, 38529 US Hwy 19 N (SE corner Klosterman & Hwy 19), ph 727-937-9225. Every 3rd Tuesday of the month, Bike Games, Live Band, Free Pool, Free Darts, bike night drink specials. Emceed by DJ Patti, $1 domestic drafts, $2.25 domestic pints, $10 "Sink or Swim" (Pints), $2.50 domestic long necks, $2.50 Corona & Corona Light, $3.25 Smirnoff Flavors, Vendors Wanted free of charge, info 727-937-9225.

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TAMPA BAY AREA CRUISIN’ CALENDAR SAT. NOV. 19TH - DADE CITY - BIKERSCAP - Providing refurbished computers for school childrenB.I.K.E.R.S.C.A.P.'s 1st Annual "Scootin' for Schoolin'" Poker Run. Registration at Neon Cowboy, 11451 Bellamy Brothers Blvd, Dade City, FL 33525, ph 352-588-0032. $10 Per hand or 3 hands for $25, 11am Last bike out. Stops at Sail Inn, Rebar, 2MyPlace, ending with event party at The Sore Elbow Sports Tavern, 1213 W. Waters Ave in Tampa with 50/50's, auction, adult biker games, vendors, BBQ plates with all the fixins' - only $5 donation, featuring live onstage T-Blue, emceed by DJ Patti. Benefits BIKERSCAP a 501(c) charity that provides refurbished computer systems to children, info BIKERSCAP, 813-574-6565 or the Sore Elbow 813-933-1035. www. SAT. NOV. 19TH - Second Annual Poker Run / Suncoast Voices for Children - 8:30-10am Registration at VFW Post 10094, 14268 Walsingham Road, ph 727-596-8959. $10 per hand, $15 for 3 hands. Suncoast Voices for Children provides for children in Pinellas and Pasco Counties who are abused, abandoned and/or neglected and are either in the foster care system now or in danger of entering the system. Suncoast Voices for Children receives no state or federal money, we rely on private donations and foundation grants. Our Motorcycle Run is one of our main fundraisers for the year. Raffle, 50/50, vendors, entertainment, breakfast at registration and hotdogs/hamburgers, side dishes at end, info Cindy 727-741-1210,, SAT. NOV. 19TH - Paws for Patriots Poker Run 8-11am Poker Run registration at Brandon Harley-Davidson, 9841 Adamo Drive (just East of Hwy 301), Brandon, 33619, ph 813-760-4757. MAP Sponsored by the Old Town HOG Chapter (Brandon) to benefit Paws for Patriots with Southeastern Guide Dogs. Event starts and ends at Harley-Davidson of Brandon, 9841 Adamo Drive (just East of Hwy 301). Registration 8:00-11:00am; last bike in at 2:00pm. This event will also feature a "poker walk" for those not able to ride, as well as raffles, Chinese Auction, chapter challenge, music and food. $10 per hand or $20 for 3 hands, info Cal Reimann at 813-760-4757, www.

SUNDAY - NOVEMBER 20TH - FULL THROTTLE MAGAZINE'S 15TH ANNIVERSARY PARTY AT FUN BIKE CENTER AND MOJO'S IN LAKELAND - There will ton's of great prizes and give-a-ways, The ever popular Slow Race, bike show, Live music with the Dive Bar Stalkers, 50/50, raffles prizes and vendor space is available! For vendor space call 813-814-1424. Sponsored by Fran M. Haasch, Full Throttle Magazine, Fun Bike Center and Mojo's.

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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

Kahuna’s Bar & Grill 10515 Gandy Blvd. 727-576-7800

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

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 SATURDAY: Biff Burger 3939 49th Street N. St.Petersburg, FL 727-527-5297 SUNDAY: Mixxers Bar & Grill 3430 East Lake Road Palm Harbor, FL 727-787-2710 Porpoise Pub Bike Day 8701 Seminole Blvd. Seminole, FL 727-393-7616 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

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 Lakeland H-D Bike Night in the Daylight 2nd Sat. of The Month 12 noon till 5pm Mugs 'N Jugs 4th Sunday Of Month 5811 US Hwy 19 N. Port Richey, FL 727-243-2647 PJ'S Lounge (Last Sat. Of Month) 8603 N. Dale Mabry Tampa, FL 813-933-5414 Plant City Bike Fest (1st Saturday of every month) Plant City, FL 813-754-3707 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 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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Full Throttle 16 TAMPA BAY AREA - Includes: Hillsborough, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Lakeland, Plant City & Zephryhills SALES & SERVICE AREA 52 Fort King Rd. Zephyrhills, FL 33542 813-782-0980 Barney’s Motorcycle Sales 10411 Gandy Blvd. St. Pete, FL 33702 727- 576-1148 Barney’s Of Brandon 9820 E. Adamo Dr. Tampa, FL 33619 813-628-9418 Bayou Motorcycle Repair 539 Grand Blvd. Trpn Sprgs 34689 727-934-4029 Big Boys Power Toys P.O. Box 7830 St. Pete, FL 33734 727-490-2655 Big Dog Motorcycles Tampa 9528 N. Florida Ave. Tampa, FL 33612 813-933-6571 Biker Burnout's 11203 49th St Unit D3 Clwtr, 33762 727-556-2696 BrandonOld Town Harley-Davidson 9841 Adamo Dr. Tampa, FL 33619 813-740-9898 Cahill’s 8920 N. Armenia Ave. Tampa, 33604 813-933-3528 County Cycles 3411 Cypress Terr N. Pinellas Pk,33781 727-522-4918 Creative Body Works 3888 Tampa Rd. Oldsmar, FL 34677 813-855-7066 Custom World 13100 N. Nebraska Ave. Tampa, 33612 813-971-3136 Cycle Masters 7601 N. Nebraska Ave. Tampa, 33604 813-231-3552 Cyclerama 7200 73rd St N. Pinellas Pk, 33781 727-546-0889 DAN'S AUTO SERVICE 2801 22nd Ave. N. St. Pete, 33713 727-821-4179 Dead Sleds 12006 US Hwy 41 S. Gibsonton, 33534 813-677-2031 Ellis Race Engineering 4655 73rd. Ave N. PinellasPk, 33781 727-546-5674 Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay 8509 Gunn Hwy Odessa, FL 33556 813-926-9937 Fletcher’s Harley-Davidson 17129 US Hwy 19 N. Clwtr, 33764 727-535-1844 Fletcher’s on the beach 487 Mandalay Ste. 107 Clwtr Beach, FL 727-446-1844 Greg’s Custom Cycle WORKS 1141 Court Street, Clwtr, 33756 727-461-4840 Harley-Davidson of Tampa 6920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Tampa, 33614 813-886-7433 Hawes Custom Cycles 1418 East 98th Ave. Tampa, FL 33612 813-915-0180 Hawgspital 6955 US Hwy 19 N. Pinellas Pk, 33781 727-527-2221

House Cycle World 7822 N. Dale Mabry Ave. Tampa 33604 813-884-0883 Iron Horse Motorsports 13805 W. Hillsborough Tampa, 33635 813-854-5611 Jim’s Harley-Davidson 2805 54th Ave N. St. Pete, 33714 727-526-JIMS 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 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 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

MISC Accepted Mortgage Brokers 2451 McMullen Bth. Rd Ste. 268 Clearwater, FL 33759 727-796-3121

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NOVEMBER 5 • Suncoast Animal League Poker Run 12 • Music & Motorcycles (Zephryhills, FL)

20 • Full Throttle’s 15th Anniversary Party (Fun Bike Center, Lakeland, FL) 18 • Full Throttle Friday - The Yard 25 • Full Throttle Friday - Quaker Steak

DECEMBER 4 • Jim’s HD Toy Run (St.Pete, FL) 10 • Full Throttle’s Christmas Toy Run To St. Joseph's Children's Hospital (Tampa, FL) 11 • Holiday Sharing Fund Christmas Party (Oldsmar, FL) 18 • Suncoast Brotherhood Toy Run (Dunedin, FL)


(Quaker Steak & Lube, Clearwater) * All dates subject to change. Additional events will be added throughout the year. Watch our Cruisin’ Calendar for other Florida listings.

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Our months are getting cooler and there are lots of bikes out and about, in Sept. the Pasco Diva’s went up to Homosassa River to help out the Nature Coast Diva’s in the 29th Annual raft race hoping to win one of the 3 $1000.00 prizes. Jamie the director of Nature Coast built and decorated the float we just showed up to pedal and paddle and campout. We had a blast but didn’t win, we were dead last in both categories and thankfully we got cooled off by the spectators with water balloons and squirt guns. Can’t wait till next year to try again. We set up our vendor table at the Cotee River Bike fest on Friday night and Saturday next to Blvd. Beef and Ale, even though the weather was windy and a little rainy we had fun seeing some old friends and getting xmas cards signed for the troops. The raffle baskets were won by Dawn and Dan that came in on a bright green trike with their coke trailer, the other winners were Maryann from the Cycle school and Dr. F. Fortner, we would like to thank the Blvd. Beef and Ale, Up the Creek bar, and All Stars Bar for their contributions of gift cards. We raised $60 from the raffle which will go to the Pasco Assoc. for Challenged Kids Inc. with the other funds raised during our 2nd half of the yr. Upcoming events are Nov. 6th 4th annual Cops 4 kids in Tarpon Springs toy run and fall fest, and we are going to have our float in the New Port Richey Xmas parade in Dec. throwing beads and candy and handing out stuff animals to the little kids it is always fun to see the little ones smile. For info on us check out our website or facebook page Diva Angels Pasco Chapter, Our meetings are every 3rd Friday at Blvd. Beef and Ale in downtown New Port Richey.



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Car and Bike Show at the Lee Civic Center

Sunday, December 4, 2011 Guaranteed to be the largest single-day car and bike show in Florida Encompassing 105 acres of amazing show cars and motorcycles and 65,000 square feet of indoor exhibitor space, unquestionably the largest single-day car and bike show in Florida. This mega event takes place at the Fort Myers, Florida Lee Civic Center on Sunday, December 4, 2011 from 9 am to 4 pm. Fans of vintage vehicles, hot rods, trucks, drag and air boats, swamp buggies, and world class bikes will find heaven on earth at this annual one-day motor sports event. There will be every car, truck and bike imaginable, including a Challenger that was custom built by Chip Foose on his television show, Overhaulin'; an Eddie Van Halen truck designed by Chip Foose and built by Boyd Coddington and a General Lee (featured in the movie Dukes of Hazards) from New York. Eddie Trotta will be bringing us 15 world class custom built bikes. There will also be swamp buggies, drag and air boats and even vintage fire trucks! There will be more to the show than just spectacular cars and motorcycles. Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet world-renowned car and motorcycle designer Chip Foose, as well as celebrity racing legends such as NASCAR's Buddy Baker and drag racing's "Big Daddy" Don Garlits and Shirley Muldowney. There will be special performances by Xtreme Fury Stunterz. World class bike builder, Eddie Trotta, will roll in with his eighteen wheeler filled with 15 custom bikes. If that's not

enough entertainment, the West Coast Chapter of Abate will also host a Biker Rodeo. The live entertainment includes 15 bands that will be spread over 3 stages. There will be major headliners such as Bobby Friss and the Flamingos. Young and old alike will enjoy the day. Show cars can pre-pay at $20 ($25 at the gate) to park on Hot Rod Lane and Bikes can pre-pay $15 ($20 at the gate) to park in Hog Town. Your gate pass will allow your vehicle or bike to park in Hot Rod Lane or Hog Town and includes admission for two people to all stages, participation in the Biker Rodeo and access to all motorsport celebrities and vendors. Prepaid gates open at 7:00am and non prepaid gates open at 8:00am. Spectator general admission to the all-day event is just $12 - or only $10 if you bring two non-perishable food items. Children under the age of eight are free when accompanied by an adult. The Lee Civic Center charges $5 for spectator parking. All food items collected will be donated to the Harry Chapin Food Bank. With a projected attendance of 20,000 spectators this will be the largest single-day food drive in the tri-county area. The Title Sponsor of the event is the Seminole Casino Immokalee. For more information or to find out how you can register your hot rod or bike in the show, please visit their website at

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Classic Bike Ramblings The Famous.......The Unknowns and The American Soldier Theres a pre Veterans Day military tribute bike event coming up on Sat Nov. 5th that im really looking forward to being a part of and in helping out with. It will include a police and fire department escorted ride to the Bay Pines Military Cemetery and a USCG C-130 flyover and many veterans and special guests and I think that this event to me captures the spirit of what Veterans Day is about which is supporting our troops past and present. November 11th Veterans Day, a day to honor military veterans here in America it is also known elsewhere in the world as Armistice Day or Rememberance Day. This date was chosen as it is the anniversary of the signing of the Armistice that ended World War I and it marks the end of major hostilities which formally ended on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 when Germany signed its surrender. Troy Musser at Biff Burgers has come up with another great chairitable idea in conjunction with Operation American Pride. He will be doing the first ever large scale ride beginning and ending at Biffs with over 2000 bikes expected and my friends I am proud to be a part of it as it will all go towards giving military families a better and more wonderful christmas. Both Troy and I are big supporters of the U.S. Military and their families and understand their hardships and also that so many in our biking community our currently serving or have served. Many in the military serve in obscurity simply "just doing their job" they are not serving to be heroes although they all are in my book. Coming from all walks of life and social and economic backgrounds all just doing their part for our freedom. And you know my friends there are some famous people who have walked away from their careers, from their fame and many wanted to be "just soldiers" and I have chosen two that you may know or may not know for even though they served the country proudly as so many citizens have chosen to do, they have never made a big deal out of their service, like so many we meet in our daily life they served and went on with their lives. So my readers of history I give you James Maitland Stewart born in Indiana, Pennsylvania on May 20th. 1908, nominated for five academy awards (winning one). Seven decades of amazing films such as Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Harvey

and the Christmas classic Its a Wonderful Life and of course the Alfred Hitchcock classics Mr 500 And Jon Barrow Rear Window and Vertigo. Ten of his films have been inducted into the United States National Film Registry. Named the third greatest male star of all time by the American Film Institute ( #1 Humphrey Bogart, #2 Cary Grant). He is remembered for a wide range of diverse roles including westerns ,suspense thrillers, family films and even off beat comedies. But what many people do not know and a fact that Jimmy Stewart never made a big deal out of, was his storied career in the U.S. military. Mr. Stewart would win his " Best Actor" academy award in 1941 for the romantic comedy "Philadelphia Story" and with 28 films to his credit our movie star would be drafted in late 1940. Jimmy Stewart's family had longstanding ties to the military as both his grandfathers had fought in the Civil War and his father had served in the Spanish-American War and World War I, Stewart had always thought that his father was the one biggest influence on his life, so when World war II broke out he was ready to serve and sought no deferment when drafted as he had already planned to enlist. Though all his family had served in the infantry he wanted to be a flyer. He always had a keen interest in flying and had received his Private Pilot Certificate in 1935 and his Commercial Pilot Rating in 1938. Flying Cross Country from movie locations to his parents home in Pennsylvania he would log in over 400 hours of flying time by the day of the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. He was thought of in aviation circles of the time as a very capable pilot even racing airplanes in 1935. He and famed musician Hoagy Carmichael both invested in Thunderbird Field a pilot training school built and operated by Southwest Airlines in Glendale, Arizona after it was clear to them both that America would need many new pilots for the almost certain war looming on Americas horizon. The airfield would later become part of the United States Army Air Force and train over 10,000 new pilots during World War II. Well, back to the year 1940 my friends when Mr. Stewart would be drafted into the United States Army but would be rejected for failure to meet height/weight requirments. He was five pounds under the 148 lb. minimum

when he would seek out the help of MGM's trainer who often added or subtracted the weight of many stars for movie roles. Well he was still close but with some persuading on his part to the enlistment officer that he could" fatten up" he enlisted in the U.S. Army and became the first major American Star to wear a uniform in World War II. Jimmy Stewart would enter as a private and begin military pilot training and by January of 1942 he would be a Second Lieutenant and become a instructor for single and twin engine aircraft. The Army would use his recent Academy Award and his film career for limited public appearances, performing in a large radio program after Pearl Harbor and then appearing in the United States Army Air Corps first motion picture called "Winning Your Wings" (May 1942) which would appear nationwide and result in 150,000 new recruits for our war effort. But with thoughts of his military heritage Mr. Stewart was concerned that his "movie star" status would keep him at home and "behind the lines" and these fears were soon confirmed when he would spend the next year training bombardiers and then B-17 pilots in Idaho. But the 36 year old patriot would hear rumors that he would be taken off flying status all togather and be regulated to making training films and selling war bonds, and although he knew of his value in this role, he wanted to join the fight my 92 loyal readers well after a sit down with a sympathetic commander who saw what a leader he was, he got Jimmy reassigned to a unit going overseas. It would be August of 1943 and he would rise through the ranks of the 445th. Bombardment Group out of Sioux City, Iowa and then as its commander, the group would fly B-24 Liberator bombers to England and immediately begin combat operations. Stewart would fly combat missions over Germany and be promoted to Major and Group Operations Commander of the 453rd. Bombardment Group a troubled B-24 unit that wasn't "working togather". As a way to inspire his new command Stewart would fly as "lead command" pilot on many, many missions deep into Nazi controlled Europe, all these missions went as "uncounted" on Stewarts orders ( so he would not be sent home when he completed the required number). His official and obviously low total of missions is listed at 20 and only counts his missions with his first group the 445th. In 1944 he would be awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross twice for actions in combat, the French Croix de guerre awarded to military commanders who performed heroic deeds in combat, and receive the prestigious Air Medal with 3 oak clusters for meritorious achievements in aerial flight. It wouldnt be long my movie loving readers that Stewart would soon be made Chief of Staff of the 2nd. Bombardment Wing of the Eighth Air Force and although not required to fly combat missions our hero of the air

would continue to fly many more until the wars end. He would rise to the rank of Colonel and become one of the few Americans in the war to rise from Private to full Colonel in four years. After the war Stewart would stay in the United States Air Force Reserve and achieve the rank of Brigadier General in 1959. In 1966 (and now a major movie star) he would fly as an observer on B-52 bombing missions in Vietnam and at the time of these flights he refused the release of any publicity of his participation as he did not want this to be perceived as a "promotional stunt", but just as part of his job as an officer in the Air Force Reserve. Stewart never traded on or talked of his wartime service as he just wanted to be seen as a regular soldier doing his part for America, not as a celebrity. He did appear on the epic T.V. series "The World at War" to discuss his involvement in the Oct. 14th. 1943 bombing mission to the center of the German ballbearing plants at Schweinfurt, these missions were known as Black Thursday due to the high casuality rate the un-escorted B-17's received (27% of the 261 bombers would be lost) upon his request his only identification in the documentary was James Stewart Squadron Commander. After 27 years of service on May 31st. 1968 Jimmy Stewart, hero and patriot and one of the worlds biggest movie stars, would retire from the Air Force and President Reagan would promote him to Major general (two star). Many actors, actresses and musicians have served our nation, Clark Gable, Gary Cooper, Alan Alda, Chuck Norris, Tony Bennett and Bill Cosby to name a few but our sports stars have also answered the call of duty. Ted Williams, Rocky Marciano, Tom Landry and more recently Patrick Tillman who lost his life in Afghanistan. Well here is one such sports star who left his career and served the nation proudly, I give you Bob Feller a man called by many of the biggest players and noted baseball writers and insiders as one of the best right handed pitchers in baseball history. The first pitcher to win 20 games in a season before age 21. Threw three no hitters (including the only opening day one in history) and twelve one hitters. Led the American League in strikeouts 7 seasons and wins 6 seasons. Pitched 279 complete games and is still the winningest pitcher in Cleveland Indians history. 46 shutouts, a record 18 strikeouts in one game and a pitch that was officially recorded at 107.6 mph. 266 victories and 2,581 strikeouts. But my amazed friends the statistic we are keying on is the fact Bob Feller is the only Chief Petty Officer in the United States Navy to be elected to a major sports

Hall of Fame. He would interrupt a stunning baseball career in the major leagues and participate in some of the most famous sea battles in the Pacific theater. Mr. Feller recalls the day he decided to join the Navy. "It was Dec. 7th.1941 and I was driving from my home in Van Meter, Iowa to Chicago to discuss my next contract with the Cleveland Indians and I heard over the car radio that Pearl Harbor had been bombed. I was angry as hell". Feller had been with the Indians for 6 seasons at that point with 107 victories and 54 losses and he held a family related draft exemption. But he felt a duty that he had to answer the call of, as so many Americans would. So he informed the Indians of his decision to enlist and then phoned his friend Gene Tunney (former heavyweight boxing champ) who was a commander in charge of the Navys physical fitness program, Tunney flew in from Washington and without fanfare would swear Feller in on Tuesday December 9th. 1941. Bob Feller would become the first major league baseball player to volunteer for combat service following the attack on Pearl Harbor. After going through basic training the Navy made him a Chief Petty Officer and assigned him as a physical training instructor. But my pals our famous right hander wanted to fight and since he had a lot of experiance with guns as a kid growing up on a farm he applied for Gunnery School and sea duty. After spending 4 months at Gunnery School in Rhode Island he was assigned to the Battleship USS Alabama (BB-60) as a gun captain on a 40mm anti-aircraft mount that had a crew of 24 men. The Alabama would spend 6 months escorting convoys in the North Atlantic and in August of 1943 she would head for the raging battles in the Central Pacific. The next two years they would see horrific battle in the Marshalls, the Carolines and Phillipines. They escorted carrier task forces, fended of Kamikaze attacks, and bombarded beaches for amphibious assults and although often hit by bombs the Alabama never lost a man to enemy actions, as Feller put it "the people we had on the gun crews were very good shots". He would receive five campaign ribbons and eight battlestars. He would be placed on inactive duty 15 days after the Atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima which ended our

war with Japan. This in his own words I think really "hits the nail on the head" my interested readers "It makes a difference when you go through a war, no matter what branch of service you are in. Combat is an experience that you never forget. A war teaches you that baseball is only a game after all, a minor thing compared to the sovereignty and security of the United States. I once told a newspaper reporter that the bombing attack we lived through on the Alabama had been the most exciting 13 hours of my life. After that I said the pin-striped perils of Yankee Stadium seem trivial. Thats still true today. You and your comrades never lose touch. I've gone to my share of reunions and all of us treat each other as shipmates no matter what else we have done or accomplished or haven't over the years. Like anyone who's been under fire, I'm certainly not a war booster. But I still beleive as I did that grim Sunday afternoon in December, 1941, in a strong and well equipped military and in the values that being in the service instills in young men and women who don the uniform. I'm well aware of the hardships that our service members are enduring right now. Everyone ought to serve his or her country for a couple of years or more, even in a time of peace I'm still a Navy man at heart. And I'm proud to have served". Ted Williams called Feller "the fastest and best pitcher I ever saw in my career" and Stan Musial believed he was "probably the greatest pitcher of our era". Many baseball historians have said that Feller would have won 350 plus games and thrown well over 3000 strike outs had he not joined the military. He was honored by "The Sporting News" as "The greatest pitcher of his time". I think my loyal readers he was one of the greatest patriots and Americans of "any time". Well my 72 patriotic readers we have seen a few famous people who have served, and we all know personally by name so many who have served and returned, and we know so many who have served and died in so many wars and conflicts. But in Washington D.C. there is a monument that is dedicated to the ones who fought and died in war but were never known, never identified no friends, no family to mourn at their graves. It is guarded by one of the most elite and dedicated units in the U.S. military. My good friends I am talking about The Tomb of the Unknowns ( un-officially known as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier) it is dedicated to all American service members who have died without their remains being identified. Located at the Arlington National Cemetery It would have its beginnings on March 4th. 1921 when the U.S. Congress approved the burial of an un-identified American serviceman from World War I in the Plaza of the New Memorial Amphitheater. The Tombs design was selected by a national competition with the stone quarried from Marble, Colorado

and final finished in Proctor, Vermont, then shipped by train to Washington D.C. There are three Greek figures representing Peace, Victory and Valor carved in the East face, on the Western face are the words "HERE RESTS IN HONORED GLORY AN AMERICAN SOLDIER KNOWN BUT TO GOD". This carved marble tomb was placed at the head of the World War I unknown. West of this is the crypts of the unknowns from World War II (South) and Korea (North). Between the two lies a crypt that once contained an unknown from Vietnam, but in 1998 due to advances in DNA testing it was positively identified and removed. On Memorial Day 1921 four unknown servicemen were exhumed in France and one was chosen, after a heroes journey he was interred on Nov. 11th. 1921. The World War II unknown was selected with one from the European theater and one from the Pacific, placed in identical caskets aboard the USS Canberra one was selected for interment, the other given a military burial at sea. Four unknown Korean soldiers were exhumed from the National Cemetery of the Pacific and one chosen, both the caskets arrived (WWII & Korean veteran) on May 28th. 1958 and on May 30th. 1958 with President Eisenhower in attendance both were interred next to their World War I comrade. On May 28th. 1984 the unknown Vietnam soldier was interred but in 1994 he was potentially identified and in 1998 exhumed and positively identified as First Lieutenant Michael Blassie, U.S. Air Force. He was buried by his family in St. Louis, Missouri. The crypt that held the remains of the Vietnam unknown has been replaced with the original inscription changed to "Honoring and keeping faith with Americas Missing Servicemen" as with new DNA technology it may be unlikely in the Vietnam and more recent conflicts to truly have an "unknown casualty". It is considered one of the highest honors to serve as tomb guard or ceremonial guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns. Less than 20% of all volunteers are accepted for training and only a fraction become tomb guards. The guards wear no rank insignia on their uniforms so that they do not outrank the unknowns whatever their rank may have been. Over the years the weapons used to guard the unknowns have changed

like the Army. Starting with the Springfield rifle and the M1, M14 rifles and Barretta and Colt pistols. Guards currently use M14 rifles which are unloaded but kept ready for use and always have bayonets fixed. There is a meticulous ritual the guard follows when on post. The soldier walks 21 steps across the tomb. This alludes to the Three Volley's of the 21 gun salute. Their weapon is always on the shoulder opposite to the tomb then on the 21st. step, the soldier faces the tomb for 21 seconds. The soldier then turns to face the other way across the tomb and changes the weapon to the outside shoulder. After 21 seconds the first step is repeated. The Tomb of the Unknowns has been guarded continuously 24 hours a day, 7 days a week since July 2, 1937 no matter what the weather is. The platoon of guards, part of the 3rd. U.S. Infantry Regiment work on a team rotation of 24 hours on, 24 hours off for five days taking the following 4 days off. A guard takes an average of 6 hours to prepare his uniform for the next day, and its made of heavy wool regardless of season. They cut their hair each day and shave twice a day. A special Army decoration the tomb of the Unknown Soldier Guard Identification Badge is authorized after passing a written test. a uniform test (with less then two errors) and a guard changing sequence test. After serving honorably for nine months it is awarded. It is the second rarest award currently issued in the U.S. Army, only the Army Astronaut Badge is rarer. It is also the only Army Badge that can be revoked or taken back after a soldier has left the military for any act that would bring discredit upon The Tomb of the Unknowns. As I have done in many of my articles I would like to thank everyone that has served and thank all the families out there that have members serving, your support keeps them going. And thank you to those who have "given all" some of us wont forget. Also a big thank you to all of the people who continue to support all the military and Veteran themed events its this support that lets those serving know we care about past, present and future soldiers and their sacrifices. I urge everyone to join me at Biff Burgers and at all the Veterans events going on in the weeks around this day and please take some time on Friday Nov. 11th around 11am (the eleventh hour) and remember that it was and is our military that serve who have made it possible for us to ride our motorcycles to that bike night, or take your kids to a baseball game or a movie or to simply say what we want, listen to what we want or in my case with Full Throttles help to write what we want uncensored, unaltered, and undiluted. Next time you see a member of our military tell them "Thank you for serving" you dont have to approve of any war or belive in current politics to support our troops who will always be at the ready when our great nation is threatend. God Bless the American Soldier. Robert "E.T." De Moss For cool videos on this story go to

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Hi All! October is over and it was the busiest month we’ve had. December has all the Christmas runs. So if you saw me at any of the events and said hi to me or stopped by, THANKS. Biketoberfest was good for the 4 days out in Daytona. I DJ’d a benefit for a custom truck and car show for Courtney “Tito” Halowell at Quaker Steak & Lube. We saw some great looking trucks and cars. Thanks to all that came out and help raise money for his family. I would like to see some of those trucks come out to Quaker Steak & Lube truck night on the 2nd Saturday of the month. It would be nice. Full Throttle's 15th Anniversary Party is on Sunday the 20th of Nov. At Fun Bike Center in Lakeland. I hope to see you out there and having the time of your life … And the expo is just around the corner too. If you’re interested in vendor space call me 727608-0410 … Till next time .. Live life to the fullest and party your A$$ off!!


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STOPS 1. Neon Cowboy-KSU 11:00 a.m. 11451 Bellamy Brothers Blvd., Dade City, Fl. 33525 Phone (352) 588-0032

2. Sail Inn 6107 Broad St. Brooksville, Fl. 34604 Phone (352) 796-1877

3. Rebar 10123 Broad St.., Brooksville, Fl. 34601 Phone (352) 799-6031

4. 2MyPlace 15440 Cortez Blvd. Brooksville, Fl. Phone (352) 544-0033

5. Sore Elbow-Last Stop & Event Party 1213 W. Waters Ave. Tampa, Fl. 3360 Phone (813) 933-1035


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WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLOWING PEOPLE FOR THEIR CONTINUED SUPPORT • Jay Evans, Chris Bruckner, Brad Souders, and Carl Clark • Tony Cianci-Editor, Full Throttle Magazine • Bubba the Love Sponge, and David Mealey-Back Nine Dips


Why Motorcycles are better than women...

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Sometimes the fastest way to get there is to stop for the night.

Spooks and Scoots we had a lot of rain and not a record crowd but the people there had a good time. Including Spooks and Scoots pictures and they can tell the rest of the story. I didn't go to Biketoberfest and have never a desire to go back again. A friend of mine had a cigarette drop out of his mouth onto the sidewalk and got a $120 ticket. A girl went into a circle k and bought a bag of chips – ripped the corner of the chip bag and dropped it on the ground – she got a $120 ticket. Another lady I know got a ticket saying her tag light was not bright enough. The real killer was a girl and a guy had a few drinks and she threw a bag with a few beers in it at her man, the bag hit the ground and burst open, beer spurted out, she got a ticket for littering plus an open container ticket. Why should I ever want to go to Daytona when there are so many other events like Leesburg when you can walk around with a beer in your hand as long as it is in a plastic container. I think what goes on in Daytona is absolutely ridiculous – a girl that gives a boob shot might get the chair. Enough of this kind of foolishness, check out the pictures. See you soon Jennifer.

Photo's Courtesy of Dan, Milly & Gay

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A young woman buys a mirror at an antique shop, and hangs it on her bathroom door. One evening, while getting undressed, she playfully says “Mirror, mirror, on my door, make my bustline forty four”. Instantly, there is a brilliant flash of light, and her breasts grow to enormous proportions. Excitedly, she runs to tell her husband what happened, and in minutes they both return. This time the husband crosses his fingers and says “Mirror mirror on the door, make my privates touch the floor!”. Again, there’s a bright flash... and then his legs fall off! *************************** Two old gentleman are sitting on a park bench having a conversation. They get to talking about how their lives have changed over the years. One says to the other, “Y’ know I just turned 85 yesterday and my dear wife gave me an SuV.” The other old man looks at him and says, “Wow, that’s amazing. Imagine an SuV for an 85th birthday present, that’s just great!” The other man looks at him and smiles and says, “Yep, Socks, underwear and Viagra!”

GOVERNMENT WARNINGS ON LIQUOR BOTTLES: As the man began walking toward the door, his wife asked, “Where are you going?” The man replied, “I’m going to the doctor.” “Why? Are you sick?” the wife asked. “No,” the husband replied. “I’m going to get me some of them new Viagra pills.” His wife got up out of her rocker and started putting on her coat. The husband turned to her and asked, “Where are you going?” The wife replied, “I’m going to the doctor, too.” “Why?” asked her husband. His wife replied, “If you’re going to start using that rusty old thing again, I’m going to get me a tetanus shot.” ********************************


WARNING: The consumption of alcohol may leave you wondering what the hell happened to your bra and panties. WARNING: The consumption of alcohol may cause you to think you can sing. WARNING: The consumption of alcohol may make you think you can logically converse with members of the opposite sex without spitting. WARNING: The consumption of alcohol may lead to you believe that people are laughing WITH you. WARNING: The consumption of alcohol could lead to a major reason of why your getting your ass kicked.

(You just can’t ******************************************** make this stuff up!!) A tourist was on an Indian reservaWhen southern tion in Oklahoma and was introduced to an Florida resident NaIndian guide and his wife. A few minutes than Radlich’s house later the wife had something to do and the was burglarized guide began to show the tourist around recently, thieves ig- the reservation. The tourist asked the guide nored his wide screen plasma what his wife’s name was. TV, his VCR, and even left his Rolex watch. What The guide stopped and looked at him they did take, however, was a “generic white and said, “She is called Five Horses.” cardboard box filled with a grayish-white powThe tourist raised an eye and said, der.” (That’s the way the police report “That’s a rather unusual name for your wife. ************************************* described it.) What does it mean?” A spokesman for the Fort Lauderdale The guide looks at him with someA blonde is on board a small two-seater police said, that “it looked similar to high grade what of a sad look and says, “It is old Indian airplane when suddenly the pilot dies. Not cocaine and they’d probably thought they’d name that means……Nag, Nag, Nag, Nag, knowing how to fly a plane she grabs the hit the big time.”Later, Nathan stood in front of Nag!!” numerous TV cameras and pleaded with the radio. burglars: “Please return the cremated remains “Mayday! Mayday! My pilot just of my sister, Gertrude. She died three years died!” ago.” Ground control receives her call The next morning, the bullet-riddled for help and answers back, “Don’t worry, corpse of a local drug dealer known as Hoochie madam. I’ll talk you down, just do as I say. Pevens was found on Nathan’s doorstep. The First I need you to give me your height and cardboard box was there too; about half of position.” Gertrude’s ashes remained. Taped to the box The blonde says, “I’m 5’2” and sitting was this note in the right front seat.” which said: “Hoochie sold us the bogus blow, so we wasted Hoochie. Sorry we snorted your Ground control responds, “ In that case, repeat after me: Our Father... Who art sister. No hard feelings. Have a nice day.” And you thought California was the land in Heaven...” of fruits and nuts!

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BEN & JERRY XXX It seems that Ben & Jerry’s can’t please everybody with their ice cream. The company has come out with a new flavor based on Alec Baldwin’s “Saturday Night Live” character, baker Pete Schweddy. The favor is called “Schweddy Balls” and features fudge-covered rum balls. The tag line from SNL was, “No one can resist my Schweddy balls”. Several grocery stores along with the group One Million Moms have boycotted the flavor saying it’s vulgar and inappropriate. Ben and Jerry’s has stated Schweddy Balls has quickly become one of the most popular limited-edition flavor the company has ever produced

MS. LOHAN PLEASE REPORT TO... Why won’t they just throw diva wannabe Lindsey Lohan in jail and throw away the key? After somehow not being locked up for refusing to do her community service, and facing 180 days in the slammer, Ms. Lohan was an hour late for her new community service sentence at the LA County Morgue. Saying she was stressed and didn’t know where to go, Lohan was turned away by the coroner and had until November 2 to complete her 16 hour morgue duty. If that was you or I we would have been locked up months ago!

JUST PLAIN OLD FURIOUS Our Government strikes again! The Senate voted last month to block the Justice Department from undertaking gun smuggling operations. Say What??? The last time they got involved was “Operation Fast & Furious” that was aimed at breaking up gun runners who supplied weapons to Mexican drug cartels. Problem is, the operation lost track of hundreds of guns and many were used to commit crimes in both Mexico and the uSA!

SENATOR GREG VS THE DMV Republican State Senator Greg Evers found out for himself how hard it is to renew your State of Florida driver’s license and is doing something about it! The Senator has filed a bill to eliminate many of the strict requirements needed to get your license. Senate Bill 220 would drop the need for a person to supply his/her Social Security card, birth certificate, passport and proof of their home address. First time Florida driver’s license applicants will have to provide proof of citizenship but others would get automatic renewals. The bill does have opponents who say this is just a logical step towards the Real ID cards that will be mandatory in the united States by 2014 (for people born after December 1, 1964) and 2017 (for people born after that date).

CHA-CHING SOUTH FLORIDA The fight is on to bring fullfledged casinos to South Florida. The Genting Americas Group, Las Vegas Sands and Wynn Resorts are three of the corporations fighting to bring mega-style resorts to the South Florida area. They are saying the plush casinos will bring jobs to the area and greatly improve the local economy. The Genting Group is willing to finance and subsidize flights from Japan and China into Miami. They are also saying the goal is to capture one-third of the estimated 13-million tourists who travel to Las Vegas every year.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY I-POD Last month on October 23, the i-pod turned ten years old. Think of where we would be without this remarkable device. It was the grandfather of the iphone, i-tunes and i-pad. Steve Jobs was one hell of a man who changed the way the entire world listens to music, pays their bills and talks to other people. He will go down in history along side of Albert Einstein, Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Graham Bell and others as one of the great inventors of all time. RIP Mr. Jobs!.

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It was a sad day when I heard that Tom Cushman was involved in an automobile accident and passed away on 9/27/11. We had become very close friends over the past couple of years. We used to get in his truck and ride around at Webster Swap Meet and Bike Show. We used to talk about things that he wouldn't talk to his employees about. I used to talk to him about a lot of things as well and we got really close thru the years. He brought something to the biker community that had never been done before – A monthly swap meet bike and car show. People come from all over telling me how lucky we were to have it in this area – people say that they had never seen it before. People came from other states as vendors and customers. I enjoyed this for so many years as well as him. Even though he wasn't a biker, he felt like part of the biking community after he had done it for a few years. Also he raised the price a few bucks for vendors and patrons but people didn't realize how much it costs – he has close to 30 employees, insurance and advertising to put this event on – to me it is a bargain. Being his name was Cushman, he was threatening to buy a Cushman motor scooter to my knowledge he never bought one. I really learned a lot from this man and I really feel a closeness to this event like I was part of it. I really felt part of it because he asked me for advice from time to time and took most of it. He said he had done a lot of things in life but really enjoyed being a part of the biker community. He stayed very busy – he was involved in many other things – Webster West Side Flea Market on Mondays of every week and also owns Howards Flea Market in Homossassa which is open every weekend. He was also an attorney – Graduating from Baylor University as an attorney and Washington University with his LLM. He loved to boat and spend time with his family. The rumor has it that the family will try to continue on with the things he has done – mainly the swap meets. He will be missed by all of us but mostly Alice, his wife, his children and grandchildren which he dearly loved. ~ Charlie Three Finger

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NOV. 5 - VETERANS SALUTE (5th Annual RIDE) 911bikerlaw and Insight Credt Union present the AC/DC Tribute Band. Event begins at Gator HD 1745 Hwy 441, Leesburg, Fl and starts with a pancake breakfast to benefit homeless Veterans - Ride $15 driver, $10 passenger - first 350 receive bonus gift bags, DOG TAG ID'S, breakfast pass 9:30-10, lunch ticket, entry to $1,000 grand prize drawing. Lake County Sheriff escort at 11:30 to Stormy Hill HD, 2480 S Hwy 27, Clermont, Fl 34711, CHAPTER CHALLENGES,HOG AND INDEPENDENT, Harley Heroes Van, several auctions, all to benefit Disabled American Veterans. 1745 Hwy 441 Leesburg, Fl 34748 352-787-8050; AND 2480 S Hwy 27, Clermont Fl 34711 352-243-7111, www. Last chance to bid on a PAIR OF TICKETS TO ORLANDO CALLING SUN. NOVEMBER 6TH - 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: Info: 800-832-7396. Reservations: 352-628-4656. NOV 19 - HOPE FOR THE WARRIORS Poker Run. Presented by Insight Credit Union Register at 8:00am, first bike out at 9:00am @ 300 Webster St, Leesburg, Fl. Last bike in at 12:00. Ends at Gator Harley-Davidson Contact: Donnie Adamczyk at 407.659.2762 or email Great food - music and prizes! visit www.insightcreditunion. com

MONDAY: EVERY MON DOC'S PUB & GRILL HWY 301 7PM TO 10PM DADE CITY Skinny's Bar 13228 US Hwy 19 Hudson 727-863-4400 TUESDAY: Crazy Eddie’s Benchwarmers Bar & Grill 6431 Hwy 19 New Port Richey, FL Buy 1 Picher get 1 Picher free 727-645-6903

Gator Harley-Davidson 1745 US Hwy 441, Leesburg, FL 352-787-8050 Hardee’s Restaurant Spring Hill, FL 352-596-9068 THURSDAY: Tankers Brew & BBQ 2 7803 Grand Blvd.. Port Richey, FL 727-264-8919 Coney Island (Every Other Thurs) 1112 East Jefferson St. Brooksville FL 352-796-9141

THUNDER TAVERN EVERY TUES.. 5111 SR. 54 NPR 727-264-8820

Neon Cowboy SR 52 At Bellamy Blvd. Pasco 352-588-0032

Venom Bar & Grille 7430 U.S. 19 N. 727-842-8371 New Port Richey

Pit Stop Bar and Grill (Every other Thurs.) 14446 Ponce De Leon Blvd, Brooksville, FL 34601 352-796-7570

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

FRIDAY: Mooks n Lukes 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

NOV 25-27 DON'T MISS OUT ON 3 BIG DAYS .... at Gator and Stormy Hill Harley-Davidson visit our web sites to get all of the details & NOV 26: GATOR HARLEY - "SHOP TALK" FOR EVERYONE !! Join us from 2pm till 4pm, lots of information about your motorcycle. A not to miss seminar with Harley-Davidson certified technicians discussing ELECTRICAL AND CHARGING SYSTEMS. Don't ride yet ? Feel the thrill of the throttle on our Jumpstart dyno! Open question and answers, prizes, sandwiches and beverages. Please sign up online at www. click on DEALER SERVICES tab, then SHOP TALK register today! 1745 Hwy 441, Leesburg, Fl 34748 352787-8050 JAN 7 - "FREE CONCERT" ROCK INTO 2012 with the NATIONAL & FAMOUS BIKFEST BAND "HAYFIRE" plus, the SALOONATIXS. THEY WILL ROCK OUR STAGE to celebrate 2012 ! Event and tshirt sales will benefit Lake County Homeless Veterans.... Food, adult beverages, vendors, special 2012 gift for the first 300. Sponosored by and Gator HarleyDavidson 1745 Hwy 441, Leesburg, Fl 34748 352-787-8050

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

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 MISC 5238 Quiet Creek Ln. Lakeland 491 Mini STORAGE 863-607-9888 1755 N Lecanto Hwy scuttlebutts pub Lecanto, FL 34461 352-746-1419 5430 Threadway Dr. 19245 S.R. 52 Land O’ Lakes 34637 Port Richey,FL 727-845-3591 813-995-0800 seaside inn lounge 5330 Treadway Dr. Port Richey A + TRAILERS 19245 S.R. 52 Land O’ Lakes 34637 727-848-4628 813-995-0800 SHAMROCK LOUNGE AIR SLINGER, INC. 1120 W. North Blvd. Leesburg 7253 Belvedere Terrace 34748 352-787-4309 New Port Richey 34655 SHEA'S HI-WAY INN ACE DIGITAL GRAPHICS 2201 W. Old Hwy 441 Mount Dora , FL 32757 383-7851 11780 Linden Dr., Spring Hill 352-200-7087 SHONEY'S INN & SUITES 1308 North St. Leesburg 34748 bogarts smoke shop 727-787-1210 or 888-787-1210 12139 S. Williams St. “B” 352-465-4334 Shorty’s Sports Pub cameo leather 2109 Mariner Blvd. Spring Hill 12139 S. Williams St. D Dunnel352-683-9091 leon (352)465-1754 SKINNY'S BAR SR 54 Wesley Chapel 813-994- CAR, TRUCK & SUV 5028 US Hwy. 19 N. NPR 9500 727-847-1616 Sleepy Hollow DEUces Are Wild 1033 E. Gobbler Dr. Floral City 304 W. Broadway St. Ocala 352-726-3242 352-867-1643 silver moon Tavern 3025 N. Hwy. 41 Dunnellon 34432 Dungeon Master 15407 US Hwy. 301 N. Dade City 352-489-0062 352-521-5910 SINBADS OF LAKE COUNTY 1050 W. Burleigh Blvd. Tavares HARDTAILZ Biker Outlet 5311 South Suncoast Blvd. 32778 352-343-6669 352-503-6817 Someplace Else henkel’s r.v. 3645 Universal Plaza Holiday 8640 U.S. 19 Port Richey 727-843-9005 SOUTH BEACH BAR US 19 727- 727-847-9800 HOUSE OF FUN 862-2938 2530 US Hwy. 19 Holiday SONNY'S REAL PIT BBQ 727-945-9808 6606 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills, FL Liberty RV STORMIES SALOON 7500 NW 42nd Ave. Ocala 34482 5748 Main St. NPR 264-8842 352-690-7666 813-782-4272 mary b. archie realtor sunset lounge 5429 Spring Hill Blvd. 352-686- 5130 Tammy Lane, Holiday 34690 727-514-8650 6565 nature coast sports T-BONE'S SPORTS GRILLE 5138 US Hwy 19 N. Spring Hill 2060 S. Bay St. Eustis 32726 352-795-4832 352-589-0277 Pixie Lynn Art THE CHAR HOUSE 20 N.E. 1st Ave. High Springs 114 S. 5th St. Leesburg 386-454-5690 The Frosty Mug 411 N Donnelly St. Mont Dora preferred pawn 8201 US Hwy 19 NPR 727-84932757 5586 352-383-1696 Prime Towing THE PIT STOP BAR AND GRILL 14445 Ponce de Leon Blvd, Brooks- 5111 S. R. 54 N. P. R. 727-8419164 ville, FL 34601, 352-796-7570 wallys’ upholstery Thunder Tavern 5241 Craft St. New Port Richey 5111 State Rd 54, NPR 727-848-7383 727-408-2125 Up The Creek Pub TATTOO & PIERCING 4400 Grand Blvd, Elfers EMBELISHING TATTOO & PIERCING 727-264-8903 8516 SR 52 Hudson, FL 34667 upper deck sports cafe 727-861-5380 5386 Darlene St. Spring Hill 352-597-7662

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Make The Nature Coast Your Destination You know, if I go somewhere and they are in Full Throttle Magazine, they are Very Biker Friendly. Here are some of the places I go to when I’m out riding. Mooks N Lukes - New Port Richey / The Polo Club – New Port Richey / Busters - Port Richey / Lnt’s Kickstand Saloon – Holiday / Paradise Pub & Grill – Hudson / Rays Spring Hill Dinner – Spring Hill / The Sand Trap – Weeki Wachee. Stop in anytime. You never know what will be going on. Live Entertainment, A pig roast, bike show. You never know. If you need any bike work done. Call DNA Cycles. They are just off US 19 at Ridge Road in Port Richey. That’s where I take my bike, the old work horse, and it’s never run better. Thanks to Mike, Lisa, and Larry. Also, just a little north on US 19 is Twisted Metal Auto Body Inc. If your cage is in need of body repair, that’s the place to take it. I would like to thank the AmVets Post 9 in Odessa for a great hog roast. Thanks to all the Vets for our Freedom. I would like to welcome Cloggs “R” Us to Full Throttle Magazine. They are bikers that can take care of any of your plumbing repair needs, at home or at work. Check out all the ads in this issue. Bikers help so many others. We need to help each other too. Bikers calling on bikers when in need of help, I like that!!! Be Safe, Have Fun, and watch out for the bad drivers. The Big “O”

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SUN. NOVEMBER 6TH - 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. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12 - THINK PINK POKER RUN - Please come and join us to help our friend and neighbor Lynn Melendez. Lynn is bravely fighting breast cancer and medical costs have become overwhelming. She has touched the hearts and lives of many in this community for years. Help and support a local hero in her time of need. We will start the day with a nice ride, some fun stops along the way and finish up with some music, food, and fun. Oh by the way, did we mention the prizes? We will be holding raffles for some awesome gifts at the finale. Registration begins at 11am Last bike out at 1pm Chubby'z bar and grill 4109 tamiami trl Port charlotte ,fl 33952. Poker hand registration $10.00 per hand. Cash Prizes for best and worst hand. Starts at chubby'z bar and grill P.C. Finishes at the Moose lodge #2121 P.C. Approximate total distance 80 miles in between. Stops include Bandito's, Open Road bar and grill, and Tilly's Tap. Finale will be hosted by MOOSE LODGE #2121 3462 Loveland Blvd, Port Charlotte, FL. 33980 Party begins at 3pm. With live music, food and refreshments Last bike in at 4pm. Raffles will begin at 4:30. Must be present to win SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20 - 14th Annual Great Teddy Bear Run. 9am Registration starts at The Shoppes at University Center, I-75 and University Park Exit 213. MAP Benefiting KIDS by the SEA (kids with cancer). Police escorted parade leaves at 11:30am and will end at Twin Lakes Park where there will be Live Music, Karaoke, Judged Bike Show, Chinese Raffle, Food Vendors, Full Bars, Vendors and "Minute to Win it" games! Pre-Register for $10 prior to 11/12 and be entered into a special drawing to be pulled at the event. $15 per person the day of the event and a NEW Teddy Bear for the Kids, info Sharon, 941-400-0350 or John, 941-323-7033. Websites: & www.

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Press Release Contact: David “Lockdown” Rich Public Relations Trustee, ABATE of Florida, Inc. 386.490.4821 FAX: 396.490.4482


FL Joint Legislative Auditing Committee Not Interested In 2nd Audit Tallahassee, FL, October 5, 2011 – An Orlando, FL TV station publicly insinuated there were improprieties when there were none. A small group of motorcyclists with questionable motives babbled nonsense, and still they failed to get anyone riled up. Finally, after a Florida Joint Legislative Auditing Committee hearing Monday the truth was known to all once again; ABATE OF FLORIDA, INC. WAS IN FULL COMPLIANCE WITH THE STATE CONTRACT and DID NOTHING WRONG. Florida State Representative Bryan Nelson (R- Apopka) called for the committee to audit ABATE of Florida regarding how we allocated the state funds for our Motorcycle Safety Awareness Program. He also asked why a specific vendor received a volume of the business from this contract, clearly trying to imply numerous improprieties. However, the other members of the Committee did not agree with Nelson, and a few stated that there had already been a state-funded audit which revealed the appropriated funds “were spent in a manner pursuant with the contract”. Additionally, ABATE of Florida State President James “Doc” Reichenbach, II testified that the specific vendor in question was a Florida-based minority vendor, one recommended to ABATE by the FL Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. Next, Senate Minority Leader Maria Sachs (D-District 30) again questioned what triggered this interest in ABATE and the request for the additional audit. She’d heard there is a “disgruntled other organization” that is unhappy with ABATE and that since there was no proven evidence of misappropriation of state funds there is no need to spend additional state money by investigating this matter further. Besides Rep. Nelson, the only other person present to testify in favor of spending additional state money by having a 2nd audit was “R.C.” Conroy. R.C. spoke of the 2004 Bill CS/CS/SB 682 as if it were current law. In fact, this Bill failed in committee over six years ago. Other interesting statements offered by R.C. included that Bikers of Lesser Tolerance’s (BOLT) purpose & mission is to “give up a little bit of safety to maintain your rights” as well as to “take various municipalities to court”. Besides his antagonistic statments, R.C. did not speak of any organization of which he is involved that educates the public to become more aware of the motorcycles sharing Florida’s roadways. Nor did he offer any method to improve motorcycle safety awareness in any way. Representative Ken Roberson (R-Port Charlotte) further commented that in his area of Florida, ABATE of Florida is the organization that is promoting motorcycle safety. Senator Evelyn Lynn (R-District 7) noted that it appears ABATE is interested in the greater safety of the motorcyclists. After hearing R.C. speak, Representative Nelson immediately withdrew his request for a second audit of ABATE of Florida, Inc. A copy of the entire section of this hearing regarding ABATE of Florida is available on our website with this Press Release. A print copy of this and past ABATE of Florida, Inc. Press Releases may be found here:


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NOVEMBER 4 - 11th Annual Bikers For Babies Starts on 11/4/2011 and ends on 11/6/2011. 6pm at North Collier Regional Water Park, 15000 Livingston Road. MAP Three day event culminating in a 35-mile law-enforcement escorted ride from North Collier Regional Water Park (Naples) to H-D Ft. Myers (H-DFM). Pre-registration all weekend long or sign up on line at www.bikersforbabies. org. Reg. $30/rider, $20/passenger, pin for each. Events include 6-10pm Friday / 10am-10pm Saturday Bike Nights at H-D of Ft Myers, Battle of the Bands. Sunday Bikers for Babies Ride9-10:45am Registration, 11am sharp kickstands up from N. Collier Regional Water Park. The escorted ride takes you along Bonita Beach, Fort Myers Beach, up McGregor Boulevard and across Colonial to Harley-Davidson of Fort Myers. Vendors, refreshments, live entertainment and much more all weekend, info Regina Toops 239-433-3463, E-mail SUN. NOVEMBER 6TH - 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: Info: 800-832-7396. Reservations: 352-628-4656. www. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 8TH - Join Motoport & DJ Bert at Hooters Doral every Tuesday from 6pmmidnight. Ride out with fellow bikers for good company, Hooters food and drink specials, cool music with DJ Bert, and hot bikes from Motoport USA. 8695 NW 13th Terrace. Hooters Doral 8695 NW 13th Terrace Miami, FL 33126 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11TH - AMERICAN LEGION BIKE NIGHT - 1620 West State Road 7, Fort Lauderdale. Bike night from 7pm till 9pm on the 2nd Friday of each month. For more info visit www.

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 NOVEMBER 6TH - 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: Info: 800-832-7396. Reservations: 352-628-4656. www. 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 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) 213-7779 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 Bike Night at Michelle's Watering Hole - Jacksonville, FL EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT - Michelles Neighborhood Watering Hole 8560 Beach Blvd (by the boat ramp) Jacksonville, FL 32216 904-353-0002 THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 - GAINESVILLE FLORIDA CHAPTER HOG MEETING - Chapter gatherings are held at 6:30 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month at: Gainesville Harley-Davidson and Buell 4125 NW 97th Blvd. Gainesville, Florida 32606

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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NOVEMBER 3-5 - 5TH ANNUAL BRUCE ROSSMEYER'S DAYTONA HARLEY-DAVIDSON POLICE MOTORCYCLE SKILLS CHAMPIONSHIP - On November 3rd, 4th, and 5th, Police Motorcycle Officers and Motor Medics will converge on Daytona Beach, Florida to compete to be "Daytona Boss", in the 5th Annual Police Motorcycle Skills Championship. The event is hosted by the Volusia Charity Cops and all proceeds will benefit Halifax Health Foundation for Speediatrics, Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranch, Daytona Beach Police Foundation, and C.O.P.S. (Concerns of Police Survivors). The event is free for Spectators and there will be vendors and plenty of "entertainment" watching the Pros show what they can do! The competitors will be practicing November 3rd and 4th from 8:00am-app 5 pm, and the actual Championship will be held on Saturday November 5th at 8am. Come out and see who brings home the bragging rights of being the Daytona Boss at the Battle on the Beach! The event will be held at Bruce Rossmeyer's Destination Daytona. Competition is open to all Sworn Police/Fire/Medic Motor Officers and registration can be obtained on our website SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5TH - WEEKEND NEVER ENDS BIKE NIGHT - We are proud to announce Saturday from 6:00pm - 9:00pm "The Weekend Never Ends Bike Night" at Bubbalou's Bodacious BBQ, (UCF/Alafaya Trail ), 12100 Challenger Parkway, Orlando, FL 32826...Everyone that shows up tonight will receive V.I.P. Prices on drinks in their Lucky Pig Lounge, see just a sample of them here; $1.25 Domestic Drafts, $6.00 Domestic 60oz Pitchers, $2.50 Wells, $3.00 Wines and many more, just ask once you get there. They also have secure motorcycle parking within viewing distance, so you can keep an eye on your ride...Plus 14 brand new flat-screen TVs, fully equipped with The NFL Ticket, College Gameday and all other Major Sporting Events for us to enjoy. Bubbalou's has been voted Orlando's favorite BBQ for over 20 years. SUN. NOVEMBER 6TH - 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: Info: 800-832-7396. Reservations: 352-628-4656. www.

SUN. NOVEMBER 6TH - Homes for our Troops" is a nonprofit organization, through donations, builds specially adapted homes for our severely injured servicemen and servicewomen AT NO COST TO THE VETERANS OR THEIR FAMILIES. ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE RUN GO TO " HOMES FOR OUR TROOPS", to honor those who sacrificed so much for our freedom. Donations are 501( C )(3) tax deductable. Please come and show your support for our brave men and women in the United States Military who have sacrificed so much for us. Food, Raffles, music and auction. Start @ VFW POST 2093, Orlando, Fl Stops will be @ various Veterans Organizations. Maps will be available @ sign-up. Free Bar-B-Q at the end of run for all participants of the run at Post 2093 Sunday, November 06, 2011. Sign up @ VFW Post 2093 9AM- 11am. 4444 Edgewater Dr $10.00 per hand. Orlando, FL 32804 407-296-2502 Breakfast available for a nominal charge. Last bike out @ 11:00am Arrive back @ the VFW by 4:00pm NOVEMBER 20 - The 34th Annual “OUR KIDS” Toy Run Presented by the Daytona 200 Motorcycle Club SUN. NOVEMBER 13 - 8th Annual March of Dimes Bikers for Babies RIDE - Titusville, FL - Join us for the 8th annual Bikers for Babies RIDE! $15 per rider/$6 per passenger. Police escorted ride with a tour/photo stop inside Kennedy Space Center! Ride begins and ends at the Police Hall of Fame and Museum. Registration at 8 a.m./kickstands up at 11 a.m. Entertainment, food, vendors, silent auction and more...For more information, visit Sunday November 20th - The 34th Annual “Our Kids” Toy Run - Registration 8:45 a.m. – 11 a.m., at the Daytona 200 Motorcycle Clubhouse 3602 US Hwy 92 (ISB) , Daytona Beach, FL 3.5 miles West of I-95 Turn RIGHT on Fire Tower Road (check for street signs) Registration $10.00 per person, Coffee & Donuts provided by Krispy Kreme. ALL proceeds go to benefit The Children’s Home Society of Volusia, Flagler & Putnam Counties. (Donations of new unwrapped toys, clothes & pajamas of all sizes are welcomed). Be a part of insuring these children have a Happy and Merry Christmas. Last stop at the VFW Post 4250, New Smyrna Beach, FL FREE MEAL DONATED BY THE VFW Lunch served between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Roll Hi/Low red, white & blue dice wins CASH -- Must be turned in by 3:00 p.m. to count. Live Auction & Awards begin promptly at 3:00 p.m. along with 50/50 and door prize drawings. Entertainment provided by Double Edge. This is one toy run do not want to miss. For more information contact Ginny 386-847-3585 or Patty 386-717-1888 visit our website for directions.

Full Throttle 73 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 310 Main Street 386-258-9506 The Cabin Pub 18750 East Hwy 40 Silver Springs, FL 34488 352-625-2455 cactus bob’s 1566 S. French Ave. Sanford 330-1275 Captain Hairam’s 150 U.S. 1 Sebastian 32958 cathouse saloon 1113 N US 1 Ormond Beach 386-676-3832 dale's ales of orange city 2400 N Volusia Ave. Orange City, FL 32763 386-775-2377 diamond backs 745 Ridgewood Ave., Holly Hill 255-5596 dirty harry’s 701-705 Main St. 252-9877 dj’s deck 79 E. Dunlawton Ave. Port Orange 760-2277 Earl’s Hidaway 1405 Indian River Drive Sebastian 32958 fireside bar 1481 N US 1 Ormond Beach 676-2552 foxhead lounge 280 North SR 415 Osteen 321-2399 frank's place 146 N. Clark Rd. Ocee, FL 34761 froggers grill & bar 4459 N. Pinehills Road. Pine Hills 293-3199 froggys’ saloon 800 Main Street 259-0330 Gator’s Riverside Grille 4255 Peninsula Point Sanford 688-9700 george’s 5507 Edgewater Drive, Orlando 291-6562 gillys’ pub 44 1889 S. R. 44 New Smyrna Beach 428-6523 grizzly bar & grill 400 Savage C., Longwood 339-1263 Handle Bar and Grill 600 N Hwy 17-02 Longwood, 339-4949 hog heaven 3925 Clarcona-Ocoee Rd., Orlando, FL holly & dolly 512E Semoran Blvd. Casselberry hooter’s Of melbourne 877 S. Babcock Melbourne 32901 hooter’s of merritt island 125 N. Sykes Creek Blvd. Merritt 32953 Ichabob’s 2320 N. Highway A-1-A Indialantic 32903 iron horse saloon 1068 N. US 1 Ormond Beach 677-1550 jerry’s italian restAURANT & pizza 300 St. Laurant St. Longwood 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 MIKE'S CORNER 3705 State Rd 44 428-4858 orlando brewing 1301 Atlanta Ave. Orlando, FL Ozzie Crab House 6060 S. U.S. 1 Grant 32951 PALM TREE HARBOR 704 S Lakeshore Bld. Howy In The Hills Pineda Inn U.S. 1 Rockledge 32940 porky’s Hwy 309 Georgetown 467-3956 Scores 6590 Old Winter Garden Rd. Orlando, FL Sebastian Beach Inn 7035 S. Highway A-1-A Melbourn Beach 32951 smiley’s tap 1161 N US 1 Ormond Beach 677-9609 STEEL AROUND FOREST TAVERN 21918 Hwy. 40 Astor Park, FL 32102 1-352-759-3991 SWAMP house GRILL 488 W. Highbanks Rd. DeBary, FL 32713 386-668-8891 ted’s diner 855 S. Nova Rd. Ormond Beach 673-1898 THE HIDEAWAY BAR 516 Virginia Dr. Orlando, FL 407-898-5892 the oyster pub 555 Seabreeze Blvd. Daytona Beach 255-6348 the shark house 2929 N. Ocean Shore Blvd. Flagler 439-1000 trader jack's roadside 4425 N. US Hwy. 17 DeLand, FL 32725 386-985-3456 tucan willies 829-Eyrie Dr. Oviedo 366-6225 willie's "legendary" shark bar 1204 E. New York Ave. DeLand, FL 32724 386-734-0044 willy’s place 330 Madison Ave., Daytona Beach 248-8409 wolfy’s 520 N. Palmetto Sanford 322-2150 whiskey river north 3730 S.R. 46 Sanford 328-9096

white eagle lounge 5533 US 1 Old Dixie Hwy. Krona 437-2341 WINGS-PIZZA-N-THINGS SPORTS & gRILL 2563 N. Atlantic Ave. Daytona Beach, FL 32118 386-898-0626


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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8th Annual

Celebrity Riders Frank & Tracy

Saturday - Nov. 19, 2011 Rainout, Party still on at 2:30 pm, Purchase Poker hands/Food/Band/Prizes

Live Music,Refreshments & More! Registration - 9:00am At FCAR Building - Bunnell 10:15am Event Photo, 10:30am Last Bike Out 2:30- 6:30 pm Music: “Southbound” Food Served 3:30pm Last Bike In 4:00pm Prizes Announced


Registration Fee $20 per person

includes poker hand & food ticket

Come by Motorcycle or Car Registration starts at FLAGLER COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS

(Grey 2 story building, 1 mile west of Belle Terre Blvd.)

1401 E. Moody Blvd - HWY 100, Bunnell

To AIA, to the LOOP, to Beach St, to:

BOOTHILL - Main St., Daytona PIRANA GRILLE - US1, Ormond IRON HORSE - US1, Ormond Take Airport Road, backroads to:

SAINTS SINNERS - US1, Ormond For More Info Call: WHITE EAGLE - US1, Korona JOHN ROGELL 386-527-8884

$5 extra hand

For registration forms contact:

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