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• The poker run begins at East Orlando Harley-Davidson • $20 to participate, or bring a new unwrapped toy valued at $20. • The first 1000 participants will receive a collectible Bikers For Tots pin • Registration begins at 8:30 am.

• First bikes out from East Orlando Harley-Davidson at 10am. • First stop: Johnny’s Fillin’ Station • Second stop: Cowboys • Final Stop: Orlando Harley-Davidson’s I-4 Historic Factory Dealership

• The after-run party begins as the ride ends at Orlando Harley-Davidson’s I-4 Historic Factory Dealership • Big Engine takes the stage at 1pm! Please drink responsibly!


ISSUE #157


YOU DON’T SAY? 8 LETTER FROM THE EDITORS 36 Dew Drop Inn 42 OL’ CHARLIE 3 FINGER 48 wayne’s world 70 BUBBA R.D.F.F. 78 Tracy & Gary SWFL 98 hometown corner 102 words from pee wee

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Ripple Effects Of Dreams By Nighttrain

MONTHLY DEPARTMENTS 3 Fran Haasch 28 Diva Angels 34 Classic Ramblings 64 Crime time 68 A Work Of ART 80 FUNNY BONES 82 Spare Parts 87 ABATE article

John Parham Of JP Cycles

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Biketoberfest Pictures & Recap




24 The BBQ Bar 38-39 October recaps 46 from the heart 56 fucati update 58-61 john parham interview 73 pen of big al 74 cotee river bike fest recap 91 thunder cartoon

Happy Thanksgiving From The Law Offices Of Nick M. Athanason, Esq. P.A.


YELLOW-Tampa Bay Area • RED- Nature Coast Area • ORANGE-West Coast Area PURPLE- North Florida Area • BLUE- South Florida • GREEN- South West Florida

Happy Birthday to us!!! Yes, this month marks Full Throttle’s 13th year in business and we are throwing a monster party on Sunday 11/22 at The Round Up in Oldsmar. We will fill the entire parking lot with motorcycles and vendors and live music will be provided by the Dive Bar Stalkers. The Round Up will be open along with their full liquor bar and all NFL games will be available on the premises as well. We will also have food & drink vendors, our annual slow race championships and a smokin’ bikini contest! Vendor space is still available but, like the past three years, will be at a premium .... please call the office for prices and availability. Biketoberfest was busier than I expected .... and that’s a good thing! The streets, bars, restaurants and bike shops all were packed with people and hopefully that’s a sign that things are getting better. Let’s hope so because this economy has really sucked the past 12 months! I’m looking forward to Palm Harbor Bike Fest that takes place the Saturday before our Anniversary Party. If Mother Nature cooperates, this will be one fantastic weekend to be a biker! I’m also looking forward to all the toy runs and food drives that start taking place in November. It always amazes me how much our biking community does year in and year out. We are always there to help the needy and sick. If there is a reason to raise money or help children .... you can ALWAYS count on our community to be there. Maybe that’s one of the reason’s I am so proud to be the publisher of Full Throttle Magazine. Our readers are the best ... thank you all !!! I want to wish a happy birthday to my grandson Jakey and to Lexi Swetay. I am also remembering my mother who passed away one year ago this month (11/13/08). I think of Momma every day and I miss her dearly, as does my entire family. RIP Mom .... we love you! Please have a great November, don’t drink ad ride and take it easy at the dinner table on Thanksgiving!


Thank God that November is finally here! We can look forward to less rain, cooler conditions (at least we hope so) and great riding weather. November also brings on the start of the Holiday Season which always includes some great toy runs, food drives and other charity rides usually geared towards the children or veterans. Try and make your way to as many of these events as possible and that your pocket book allows. Everyone is struggling, but kids seem to feel it the worse this time of the season! There are some great events coming up in November! First I would like to talk about the Leigh Nolan Memorial Poker Run on November 1st. We helped start this event many years ago and we are very much involved in it again this year! Second, is the Kahuna’s Fall Bike Bash, see more info on this on page 40. Third is the Palm Harbor Bike Fest. This is always a huge one day event in Downtown Palm Harbor right near the Fran Haasch Offices! Last and certainly not least is, of course, our LUCKY 13 ANNIVERSARY PARTY. This will be at the Round-Up on the Corner of Hillsborough Ave. and Race Track Road in Oldsmar, FL. We will have so much going on like our annual slow race, custom t-shirts, bikini contest, vendors, drinks, food, the Dive Bar Stalkers and much more! We have some great raffle prizes lined up this year also! We have helmets, TV’s, gift certificates, Harley-Davidson items and other great prizes! All you have to do is buy some raffle tickets of which a portion of the proceeds are going to the St. Joeseph’s Children’s Hospital. Just to remind you, our Full Throttle Teddy Bear run is going to be December 19th, the day before the Annual Suncoast Brotherhood Toy Run in Dunedin. See you there! I would like to take this time to wish my nephew, Jakey, a happy birthday and we are looking forward to meeting Isabelle this month also! Good luck Chris and Paulie, I hope everything goes well and we will be down there the minute you tell us to come running! Remember, don't drink and ride and I will see you soon!

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TAMPA BAY AREA CRUISIN’ CALENDAR NOVEMBER 1 - 10TH ANNUAL LEIGH NOLAN POKER RUN - 10th Annual Leigh Nolan Memorial UPARC Poker Run. 8am Registration begins at Quaker Steak and Lube, 10400 49th St. North. $15 hand, $20 for 3 hands, pre-registration available until Oct 10th, 10:30am Last bike out, 2:30pm last bike in. Basket raffles, emceed by Radical Randy, Bands: 12:30-1:30pm Sean Chambers Band, 1:45-3:45pm Fast Gun Band, 4-6pm Big Brother Band. Raffle for 2009 H-D Iron 883 donated by MacKay & Sounders FL Biker Lawyers, AND a custom Dixie Trailer, tickets $5 each - 5 for $20, 5pm winners announced, benefits the Upper Pinellas Association for Retarded Citizens (UPARC), info Roger Reed, Web Site: NOVEMBER 1 - WEBSTER MONTHLY SWAP MEET, CAR & BIKE SHOW - Located at Webster Westside Flea Market, 516 NW 3rd Street (CR 478 & NW 3rd St.), Webster, FL 33597. Gates open 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM the 1st Sunday of every month rain or shine. General admission $4.00, children under 14 FREE. Show & Corral (for sale by owner) registration $7.50. Club/Organization Participation Award (10 or more vehicles registered). Trophies & Cash Prizes! Vendors welcome: outside 15’ x 30’ spaces $15; covered 10’ x 10’ spaces $10. ATM always on site.  Info 800832-3477, reservations 352-628-4656. Contact Jackie Smith. Email: or and NOVEMBER 7 - ELKS 1ST ANNUAL RIDE 4 FREEDOM - Registration from 8am till 10am with kickstands up at 10am. $20 per rider with a free event t-shirt and $5 per extra hand. 1501 N. Alexander St. Plant City. Proceeds to Elks Charities and Veterans. For info call Lodge 813-752-2822 after 4pm or Ed at 813-7849578. NOVEMBER 7 - SATURDAY --SUNCOAST BROTHERHOOD FULL MOON POKER RUN - Bring a $5.00 Gift Card for TWO Free hands. Still only $5 a hand and 3 hands for $10. 1st STOP-- 5PM to 7PM at WHISKEY DEPOT 8256 Ulmerton Rd. Largo 50/50 drawing at 6pm DEUCES WILD at first and last stops. 2ND STOP ZBAR 5944 54th St. St. Pete 3RD STOP EL CAP 3500 4th St. St Pete 4TH STOP MACDADDY’S 4685 28th St N. St Pete END STOP NICKEL CITY BAR & GRILL 7658 Park Blvd Pinellas Park. LAST BIKE in by 10:30, winners announced at 11PM. 50/50 drawing at 11:30. To benefit Pinellas County FOSTER PARENTS Assoc. Gift cards are collected for the Annual Toys for Tots Run December 20,2009 For info. call Ryan 727-452-8246 NOVEMBER 7 - 29TH ANNUAL BIKE FOR TYKES FUN RAISER - Presenting GREG BILLINGS!!! Party is from 5pm till ??? with the BBQ Hog Roast starting at 5pm. 100% of proceeds go to purchasing gifts for children in the Pinellas County Foster Care Program. Event is at Grass Flats 12924 49th St. N Clearwater, FL 33762. NOVEMBER 8 - TARPON SPRINGS 2ND ANNUAL TOYS FOR TOTS BIKE RUN - Tarpon Springs 2nd Annual Toys for Tots Motorcycle Bike Run, Sunday November 8, 2009. For the Benefit of Cops N Kids and Needy Children of Tarpon Springs...c3public charity. Registration 10-noon corner M.L.King and Walton Ave(2blks.W of U.S. 19N) in nursing home parking lot, Tarpon Springs. Fee: $5.00(or gift card) and unwrapped toy per person; KSU 12:30. There will be coffee and donuts available. The police escorted scenic ride will go throughout Tarpon Springs ending with a big party at Captain Jack's Waterfront Grill on Alt. 19. There will be vendors, live band, beer, full bar, 50-50, bike games, bikini bike wash, bike show (bikes must be driven to be judged), wheel barrel of cheer, face painters, Santa & his elf, and so much more. Vendors wanted, for info: Judie 727 709-4723, 727 944-5729

TAMPA BAY AREA CRUISIN’ CALENDAR NOVEMBER 8 - MEGA BASH BIKE GIVE-A-WAY - Mega Bash Bike Give Away. 11:30am Kill the free keg at Quaker Steak & Lube, 10400 49th St, ph 727-572-9464. Noon Big Brother Band, Radical Randy bike show, trike races, 2:30pm bike drawing, 3:00pm Greg Billings Band, vendors wanted, info 727572-WING. NOVEMBER 12 - BRANDON H-D BIKE NIGHT - From 6pm till 9pm at Brandon Harley Davidson 9841 E. Adamo Drive, Tampa. Live music, vendors, food, drinks and a free bike show for anyone in the parking lot with best in class and best in show trophies! Also come out and register to win the H-D Crossbones motorcycle which will be give away on November 21st Sponsored By MacKay and Souders. For more info visit www. NOVEMBER 13 - JIM'S H-D BIKE NIGHT & BIKE SHOW - Jim's H-D Bike Night & Bike Show. 5-9pm at Jim's Harley-Davidson, 2805 54th Ave. N, ph 727-527-9672. Cold beer, great food, door prizes - get your tickets at the receptionist's desk, 50/50 tickets valid for door prizes, vendors, last call at 9pm. The second Friday of every other month, check out Jim’s website for future dates and other events and rides. Email jeremyc@ for vending opportunities. Web Site:   NOVEMBER 14 - TEXAS HOLD'EM POKER TOURNAMENT Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament & Casino Night Saturday November 14, 2009 (4:00PM) Fall 2009 Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament. Come join the party! We are hosting a Fall 2009 Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament to benefit the Educational Program for AFMM. Space is limited to maximum of 135 players. Tickets are $25.00 for Casino Night or $75.00 for Poker Tournament per person. 1st Prize two round trip tickets to New Orleans, a 2 night stay at Harrah's Hotel and Casino, dinner at Emeril's Restaurant, a private casino party and $200 American Express Gift Card. Museum doors open at 4:00pm for the tournament, ticket price includes a dinner buffet from 5pm-6pm, and one complimentary drink. The tournament will begin at 6pm sharp! Reserve your seat today. Register electronically at html256256256256 Venue Details: The Armed Forces Military Museum 2050 34th Way North Largo, Florida 33771 NOVEMBER 14 - SUNCOAST BROTHERHOOD BROKE BUM POKER RUN - Bring your jell seat or pillow for comfort (approximately 200 mile ride) T-Shirts available for sale for the 1st 50 riders. Riding for the Pinellas County Foster Kids, Only $5 a hand and 3 hands for $10. Best hand=$100, 2nd=$75, 3rd=$50, Pot Luck=$25. Up to 2 extra cards at last stop $1.00 each. 1st STOP—8AM-10AM American Legion Post 275 360 Wilson St, Dunedin 727-733-8153 *Breakfast Served for Riders, $5.00 a plate. END STOP—Ramble Inn 18139 Commercial Way (RT.19) Weeki Wachee 352-597-0052. LAST BIKE in by 6PM, Winners and 50/50 Announced at 7PM. 50/50 drawing, RAMBLE INN All Menu items $5.00, Jello Shots $1.00. Domestic Beer $2.00 Draft $1.50, Well Brands $3.00. Outside Bar open Black Water Jack Band SWEET SOUTHERN ROCKN-ROLL. To benefit: Pinellas County FOSTER PARENTS Assoc. For info. call Chris 727-479-8685 Suncoast Brotherhood (VP)

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TAMPA BAY AREA CRUISIN’ CALENDAR NOVEMBER 21 - PAWS FOR PATRIOTS POKER RUN - 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 8:00-11:00 am; last bike in at 2:00 pm. This event will also feature a "poker walk" for those not able to ride; as well as raffles, Chinese Auction, chapter challenge, vendors and food. $10 per hand or $20 for 3 hands. Contact Cal Reimann for more information at (813) 760-4757 or fancy55@verizon. net. Website: NOVEMBER 21 - PALM HARBOR BIKE FEST - 7th Annuak Palm Harbor Bike Fest and Car Show. Florida Ave. in downtown historic district. Including the first toy run of the season! Music by The Defendants, Highway to Hell and Greg Billings. Poker Walk Friday, Nove 20th from 6:30 till 9pm. For info call 727-787-4700 or visit

NOVEMBER 22 - FULL THROTTLE'S LUCKY 13TH ANNIVERSARY PARTY - Tons of Vendors, great raffle prizes, event t-shirts, live music by the Dive Bar Stalkers, 50/50, Miss Full Throttle Contest, FULL THROTTLE BIKE SHOW JUDGED BY REV. JIM, Slow Race and much much more. At the Round Up on the corner of Hillsborough Ave. and Race Track Road in Oldsmar/Tampa. Vendor spaces are going fast so click on the banner below for more info and a vendor app. For more info call 813814-1424. Last year we had over 5,000 people in attendance. NOVEMBER 28 - HOG HOLIDAY CORN TOSS - HogHoliday Corn Toss & Childrens Toy Drive Saturday Nov. 28th @ 1:00 Mulligan's Beach Club 9524- Blind Pass St. Pete Beach. Huge Cornhole Tournament and Holiday Kickoff party to benefit Toys for Tots Pinellas Only $30 a team with one new toy per player. $50 a team without (not cool!) Huge Prizes & Giveaways for Players 50/50 $ Raffle- Please Toss by a Toy. Best Bike Prize & Live Music Register Email or call 727-657-6914 DECEMBER 5 - 22ND ANNUAL JIM ROSENKRANS' MEMORIAL TOY RUN - 22nd Annual Jim Rosenkrans' Memorial Toy Run. 7am Registration begins at Jim's H-D, escorted ride ends back at Jim's with a party, live music, and BBQ. Cost is $15 or a NEW unwrapped toy per person. Every rider and passenger must sign a release form. Plus, if you bring in 4 canned or boxed food items, you will receive a limited edition pin while supplies last. Toy Run routing will be 54th Ave tp Park St, Bay Pines, Tom Stuart Causeway, Gulf Blvd, Pass-A-Grille, Gulf Way, 13th Ave, Pass-A-Grill and back, info 727-527-9672. Website:

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

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

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

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

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

Real Life Church Veterans AMC Theater 813-784-9974

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

Salvation Saloon Piranas 33286 US Hwy 19 Palm Harbor, Florida

BMW / Triumph Motorcycles Ride (1st Saturday of every month) Complimentary breakast and hot coffee before ride 8509 Gunn Highway Odessa, FL 813-926-9937 European Hair Designers (Open House 1st Saturday of the Month) 2412 Jim Redman Pkwy Plant CIty, FL 813-754-4141 Harley-Davidson of BranHarley-Davidson of don Bike Night Brandon Bike Night Thursday (2nd (2nd Thursday of every of every month) month) 9841 East East Adamo Adamo Drive Drive 9841 www Hog Pen Saloon (2nd Saturday of Each Month) 8001 East Broadway Ave Tampa, FL 813-621-6482 Jim's Harley-Davidson (2nd Friday of Every Month) Sept. 11th & Oct. 9th 2805 54th Ave N, 727-526-JIMS

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

Lakeside Community Church (Bike Night Every 2nd Sunday at 6pm) 475 East Lake Rd. N. Tarpon Springs 727-942-0229 Lakeland H-D Bike Night in the Daylight 2nd Sat. of The Month 12 noon till 5pm Lawless Custom (1st Sat Of Month) SWAP MEET at Big Shots 3934 49th St. St. Petersburg, FL 727-329-9672 PJ'S Lounge (Last Sat. Of Month) 8603 N. Dale Mabry Tampa, FL 813-933-5414

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

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

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

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

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 TJ's main St. 1433 Main St. Dunedin, FL 727-738-6016 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 Air Slinger, Inc. 727-376-9269

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Full Throttle Magazine Thanksgiving is here. Where has this year gone? We hope that each and every one of you has a very HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON. PLEASE REMEMBER our Service Men and Women serving over seas and Protecting Our FREEDOMS, and this is done VOLUNTERILY, meaning that they believe in what they are doing out of HONOR AND RESPECT for this Country. This is also TOY RUN TIME., SUNDAY DECEMBER 13TH, 09. STARTING AT DERBY LANE DOG TRACK ON GANDY BLVD WITH REGISTRATION STARTING AT 9:00 AM. KICKSTANDS UP AT 12:00 NOON. We wish to thank DERBY LANE for their help over all of the years. Thank you. We will leave Derby Lane and go East on Gandy Blvd. to Westshore Blvd to THE AMERICAN LEGION POST 138 ON TAMPA BAY for the after party. The EDGEWATER BAND WILL BE THERE ALONG WITH CHAPTER T OF TAMPA AND CHAPTER K FROM KISSIMMEE helping us out this year. There is an increase for single riders of $15.00 and $20.00 for couples. This is the first increase in 25 years. There will be lots of door prizes as usual and THE PINK POSSE will be handling the beer truck and soft drinks. Looking forward to seeing every one there. Vendor spots are available, contact Keelhauler at 727-224-7613 for information or RANGER 813-215-7743. Every one have a very safe holiday season. Until next month, REMEMBER TO RIDE SAFE NO MATTER WHAT YOU RIDE.




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Serving Pork, Chicken, Ribs, Brisket & More! e oon to b s r u o g in Featur FAMOUS WO R L D

Daily Drink Specials, Live Music, & Patio Seating

The new BBQ Bar is now open behind Brandon Harley-Davidson! Last month at the Harley Bike Night (on the second Thursday of every month) we had the chance to sit down and eat some great BBQ. They brought out everything for us to try from the ribs to the okra and even something I have never had before, but Rev. Jim and I can’t wait to get back for, the fried green beans. Yes, fried green beans, that means it tastes good and is good for you….well, not really but at least you think you are eating something healthy. The BBQ Bar opened on September 17th and I would suggest everyone should come out and enjoy their great food. Besides the meats, I had a great fried potato salad, baked beans and some excellent french fries! Another great service is the unique 6 varieties of sauces they offer. If you like a mustard sauce, they have it, if you like a spicy BBQ sauce, they got it! The six varieties of BBQ sauces they offer are: Softail Pineapple BBQ, Street Bob’s Spicy Ginger, Dyna’s South Carolina Sauce, Jimmy’s Fat Boy BBQ, St. Louis Crossbones and Night Rod’s Kansas City Sauce. Thanks for the great food BBQ Bar! We are looking forward to the second Thursday of every month at Brandon Harley-Davidson for a great meal before an awesome bike night!

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AUTUMN IS KNOCKING ON OUR DOORS. It does seem like summer just got started and here we are beginning the Fall/Holiday season. However, this time of year is considered some of the best riding weather in Florida. So we encourage everyone to get out there and enjoy some of the best events held during the year in our area. We just had the Cotee River Bike Fest, which covered three full days this year. The event was outstanding. The DIVA ANGELS were out and about the entire weekend and everyone enjoyed the company of good friends, fellow bikers, great food and spirits in addition to wonderful music. Please enjoy some of our photos. Just around the corner is Old Palm Harbor Bike Fest 2009. The DIVA ANGELS PASCO CHAPTER is proud sponsors of the great event. The event is being held on November 21st, 12pm to 9pm. This includes a car show, live music, food, and more. The festival also brings the seasonal toys for tots ride. The bikers will be doing their ride that will end in Old Palm Harbor around 2pm. We look forward to seeing everyone this year, old friends as well as new friends. Also, watch for the DIVA ANGELS in the 33rd Annual Holiday Street Christmas Parade, December 12, downtown New Port Richey.

As always, please feel free to check out our website: www. Or you can email us at The Pasco Chapter meets every third Friday @ VENOMS BAR AND GRILL located on US 19.

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Friday, Saturday, Sunday - November 13-15, 2009 On the Waterfront

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Saturday -Ronnie Setser’s Classic Car & Truck Show Sunday - Ride in Bike Show (South End of Vinoy Park)

$10 a bike and $5.00 for the passenger Registration begins at 10:00 AM Nations leadingPM Last bike in theBMX park at 1:00 Action Stunt Show Winner announced atpres 3:00entePMd by No food, beverages, coolers, pets, lasers, professional cameras, audio or video recorders will be permitted into the park. All items subject to search




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A neighbor of mine John came over to my “bike barn” the other day, contained in the barn of history is part of my motorcycle collection arranged in neat rows, looking like fighter planes ready for a dawn reconnaissance , nose out waiting on orders. The usual comment I get from first time visitors is “wow you have a lot of bikes!”. But John being a bit of a self described inventor, R/C hobbyist and shade tree mechanic said “wow you have a lot of batteries !”. And upon further review of the barn it was an accurate statement. To one side was rows of bikes, but to the other was 2 long shelfs filled with motorcycle batteries. Long ones, short ones, tall ones, sealed ones, some 6 volt, some 12 volt, new and old, a truly amazing collection of lead and acid that made much more of an impact on my industrial minded friend than did the decades of old BMW’s, Moto Guzzis, Gileras did. As we spoke of how vintage motorcycles are hard on batteries due to the vibration and heat, he noticed my six battery tenders with their different lights showing green, red or flashing orange, with leads snaking around seats and over handlebars, looking like the ICU at Tampa General,the industrial exhaust fan keeping sulphuric fumes at bay .You know I have gained a huge respect for acid over the years, many painted surfaces and my favorite t-shirts and jeans have been lost to this sulphuric demon. The battery as we now know it was invented in 1800 by Italian physicist Alessandro Volta and in the beginning were called Voltaic piles . The term “battery” was coined by Benjamin Franklin for an arrangement of multiple Leyden jars (an early type of capacitor ) after a battery of cannon. A battery is truly a collection of 2 cells, but in modern usage “battery” often refers to a single electric cell (think “AA” or “C”). I mentioned to John that of the two bikes I consider to be the most reliable, nether requires one of Mr. Voltas inventions to make it go. My 1966 Gilera uses a kickstart and magneto, but it makes nighttime use rather dicey as the lights increase and decrease with RPMs, while my 1946 Moto Guzzi has the same set up but also a 6 volt generator and battery for its lighting circuit,but I do belive 3 candles and a bic lighter may be better for a ride through a dark forest. It was at that point I told a story to John. A couple winters ago we had a record low , one of those 40 degree days in warm and sunny Florida that test the health of any battery.I had left my vehicle at the boat and got dropped off at the bike barn, well my mothers car there wouldn’t start, no problem pull the old battery out and take it on a bike up to Advance Auto and repeat. After putting on the appropriate nanook of the North outfit to venture out onto the “icy” florida roads, I went to the barn. The BMW R100S will carry a battery, press the easy button and so much for sealed gel technology. Well the Moto Guzzi Eldorado will work, a few slow turns followed by clicks so I hook it up to the battery tender. Well off to the old Suzuki GS, turn the key nothing, no lights, camera or action. So I pull off the side cover and wonder why the manufacturer would ever bury a battery so deep in the heart of a bike, no way to clip onto it or probe it with a voltmeter. Well that lead me to my 1946 Moto Guzzi ,roll it down the ramp, bungee cord the car battery on the rack, turn the fuel tap on and prime the carb 10 times, find top dead center and with one kick it lights off in 500cc’s of single cylinder joy!Off I ride the 5 miles down to Advance Auto. It must have been a site, me and that 63 year old bike looking like a steam powered locomotive on that cold Feb. morning.It reminded me of when someone asked me what bike would I bet $1000.00 on that it would start? I answered “the one that doesn’t need a battery”.Its amazing the only bike I have that starts and runs at any time is a kickstarter with 63 year old electrics and a 6 volt battery. While brakes and fuel delivery systems,tire technology and lighting have made great leaps in the history of motorcy-

cling, the motorcycle battery has not. In its most modern form it is a throwback to an earlier era the one piece of motorcycling that has not shown much improvement still leaving us in odd predicaments and cold dark places. So much for new and improved technology, didn’t we walk on the moon and we now talk on cell phones the size of credit cards? Battery failure is the third certainty after death and taxes. And by the way my friends the term “Volt” of which we use in daily life and motorcycling is named in honor of our Italian friend who invented the Voltaic Pile, which is probably our first chemical battery,thanks Mr. Volta. I told John while dis-connecting a couple battery tenders from my bikes that were next up for “flight ops” that I am a bit over my self imposed limit of 24 bikes and was thinking of getting rid of a couple, make a little more elbow room in the “bike barn”. Maybe I said “I have too many bikes?” Nonsense said my disbelieving neighbor, he said “you just have too many batteries!”.Made sense to me, you can’t have too many bikes. Guess i have some more bikes to look for as long as their kickstart magneto only machines. Robert “you cant have too many” De Moss MR 400 welcomes comments, ideas and pictures. Contact him at Also, look for more pictures and fun stuff to waste time with on the Mr 400 link on the Full Throttle Website -


On Oct. 14th. I won my 400th Trophy at Big Shots. A few highlights right before this milestone were a “few” Best of Shows at Jims Harley.A Sat. night Bike of the night at Biffs (I had 9 Wed. nights!) And winning a Best of Show(#401) from Jim and Roberto at Kahunas,who 400 Trophies ago gave me # 1, And Best of Shows at Largo Rocks,The American Victory ship and Oldsmar Days it has been so very cool ! Thanks to all of you who like my old relics!


Well what can you say? This cool cat rivals PT Barnum, as he truly is a showman that puts on “The Greatest Show On Earth” he basically puts on a 3 ring circus for different audiences at multiple locations. Between Nightmoves, Full Throttle and Tampa Bay Downs, you have shows that involve motorcycles and danger, dancers and bikinis and horses and gambling ! not to mention he plays the drums like a Starr (Ringo is my favorite Beatle) The time and effort it takes for Paul and the entire staff to put on an event is like watching the circus come to town, both amazing and exhausting. The advertising, the setup, the event, the breakdown and when PT Barnum was in his heyday, you couldn’t wait for the circus to come to town.Thanks for putting on “The Greatest Shows in Florida”. Your a great ringmaster and as PT said”’theres a silver lining in every crowd” Heres to you Paul for being # 11 on Mr. 400’s All Classic Team

"The entire Full Throttle Staff and local motorcycle community wanted to let Vince "Batman" Campbell know ..... There are still some Trophies to be won! See you at the shows bro!"

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Hi All … I’m just getting back and getting my you know what together and taking some time to relax from October. Boy we were busy. I ran in to some friends at Biketoberfest in Daytona, Curl and Randy … (This was Randy’s 1st time to Daytona and she said when she goes she will ride her own and she did that this year.) It was nice to see you both.

Ok, if you need your bike worked on in the Lutz area, I have found a bike shop you need to check out. It’s Reinhardt’s Motorcycles LLC. Reinhardt is a 3rd generation auto and motorcycle mechanic. He grew up in a small town in Germany, his grandfather and father owned their own shops. Reinhardt has worked at Cahill Yamaha for 2 yrs. and went to Fletcher’s Harley-Davidson for 14yrs. He has been working at Gulf Coast Harley-Davidson for the last 2 ½ yr. Reinhardt has opened his own shop at 1635 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Suite 1 Lutz 813-244-9858 or www. His shop is an old school shop, the kind where the customer knows the person working on your bike cause it’s the owner. Well gear up for turkey day and get ready for the Christmas runs, rest now cuz we are going to be busy. Happy Thanksgiving to your family!

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Penny and her crew did a great job, like they always do raising money for a very worthy cause! I wanted to fit as many pictures in here I could. Congrats on a great run, and yes, that is a guy dressed like a woman nurse! Only Penny could convince someone to do that!

Every event seems to promise the same thing – fantastic attendance, loads of unique activities and plenty of vendors. These days it’s seldom that events keep their promises. On October 3rd I headed to the Historic district of Sebring, Fl. to attend the Run to the Heartland event. The previous two days I had clocked about 800-miles delivering about 25,000 issues of Full Throttle Magazine. After all that driving I was tired and, to be honest, had some reservations about attending this event, afraid that it would be like all the other bike shows, over promised and under delivered but to my surprise this event was as laid back as it gets and in one word, AWESOME! I don’t mean awesome because it had a Daytona Bike Week attendance or appeal but awesome in the sense of organization and the hands on feel for bikers and what they want in an event. There were bikes in the

streets, plenty of convient parking for bikes, vendors down side streets, a bike show around the park circle and live music in Central Park. With all this going on, the day flew by! Hats off to the city, law enforcement and organizers of this event. Everyone involved should be very proud. This event is already on my 2010 list of “must attent”events. It goes to show that some bike events do keep their promise and offer up the good party that you’re looking for. See ya next year at downtown Sebring’s, Run to the Heartland 2010. Ride safe ~ Rev Jim


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If a picture is worth a thousand words, then we will need a lot of pictures to describe the Southside Choppers Appreciation Party that was held on Oct 25th. I would sum it up like this, events like this are what started the motorcycle lifestyle. They sustain it and continue to drive it. This event IS how is should be done. Great job Mike and crew, we all look foward to your next huge party. Please make sure to go online to and view more pictures from this great event.

If you love great BBQ, Harley-Davidson's and a nice ride you should visit Old Town Harley's bike night on the second Thursday of every month. This bike night has it all, Radical Randy as the MC, live bands, great food, beer, great parking and lots of vendors. The BBQ Bar has also re-opened so now you can get there early, sit down relax and enjoy all the great food they have to offer. Come out and hang out with Rev. Jim and Tony at the Full Throttle tent on Nov. 12th and mention this for your FREE gift while supplies last!

Silvana, Randy & Gary Bang

Nice Trophy!

If you can see by these pictures, you are really missing out on one great bike night at Tampa Harley-Davidson On N. Dale Mabry the last Tuesday of Every month! There has been some great bikini contests and photo opportunities with these beautifal ladies, not to mention a bike show, vendors, live music and great discounts on bikes and merchandise. Silvana and her crew really know how to throw a great party! See you there on November 24th!

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Spooks and Scoots was a lot of fun for everyone like always. Georgia Boy met a new friend. She was a vendor there. I got a picture of them and will tell you more next month. She was selling do-rags. This was the 29th year and next year will be the big 3-0. I saw the vice president of Florida ABATE. No rain so Doc Fish was like a fish out of water, maybe next year. I’m sorry if you missed this great event it’s one big biker reunion every year. No cops telling you not to walk around with a drink in your hand! The girls can go topless after 10:00 pm if they like, playground for the children, lots of vendors, they even had an ATM this year. The campgrounds are beautiful with tree shaded lights and water in many of them. They also have a primitive area for camping. I don’t think they spray for mosquitoes in that area; it’s why they call it primitive. Maybe I will see you next year for the big 3-0. I guess the cities, states, counties need money because I have seen more radar speed traps this year than ever in my life plus the prices for tags, transfers, etc have doubled. Fines for driving offenses also if they need money we have to pay. We need to look at our elected officials. They don’t care if we have the money. If we don’t pay, we lose our licenses. My personal opinion it is not fair. Someone said “change is coming” I guess this is part of it. See you soon Amber

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BIKETOBERFEST was great times with new friends and awesome memories… Jay Ro, Billy & Lisa Hovey…I wouldn’t have had any other way!! We all had fantastic time with my Georgia friends, Bonnie Chris and Pam, and the all the others, we sure do miss you! Reggie & Debbie, I am sorry you didn’t make it down; I surely missed you and really hope to see you at Bike Week 2010!! Although we had a late start heading over due to the rain, as we rode over it cleared up, and then it was just beautiful!! On the other hand, we froze our A$$#$ off coming home on Sunday!! Good Time Charlie’s really showed their Love to our local Biker Carl “Fat Louie” LeMay. Marty, George & Maggie joined forces with Flash Man and Billy Ray of the Rockin Road Show, to help raise money for he and his family!! The event was awesome and I wanted to send a special shout out to Lenny & Nora of Bikers Bay, and my friend Rory Marchido of Carraba’s Italian Grille on Sheldon Rd. & the guys at Tampa V-Twin, and Los Piratas for always stepping up to help me, showing their support! Also, don’t forget the District 23 - Moose Riders from Sebring are planning a Poker Run, on November 21 from 10 am – 11pm. All proceeds will go to benefit Carl “Fat Louie” LeMay, and his family in this hard time. Registration will be at the Blue Crab Restaurant at 11am, Last Bike in will be at 5pm at the Highlands County Lodge. At the Moose, there will be pasta dinners for $5/plate plus entertainment by Southern Winds from 6-10pm. For more information please contact District 23 at (863) 453 - 0579 Until Next time….

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Full Throttle Magazine It is not only Wayne’s World it is your world too

I was raised that it was taboo to openly discuss or express personal views and/or options on religion and/or politics. If you dare to venture there, you will have a pissing match with some total stranger telling you how much better their religion and political party is then yours. The damedeist thing is that you won’t remember the topic of conversation you started with. Take for instance “ If I may be so blunt “, the political / bureaucratic hypocrisy going on behind closed doors nationally and internationally that we know nothing about until it’s to late, people, we as in We The People have to wake up and smell the coffee. There are so many amendments to our constitution; it is not the same piece of paper we die for everyday defending. The sad thing about it is that we only have ourselves to blame. After all, it is you and I who voted these outstanding law-biding citizens to office. My two favorite stirrers are Rush Limbaugh and Lyndon Larouche. Here is a piece of news that may have slipped by you. On September 3, 2009 (LPAC) Lyndon LaRouche today forcefully warned that any effort to cover up the crimes committed by the Federal Reserve Bank, during the Bush and Obama administrations, would be “tantamount to treason.” LaRouche was responding to reports from reliable sources close to the Obama White House, that the top

leadership of the Democratic Party is “desperate” to block any disclosures of the Fed’s role in the preferential bailout of certain key American banks, during the period since the August 2007 blowout of the financial system. As reported in the Washington Post on Aug. 28, 2009, as the result of the actions of the Fed and the U.S. Treasury Department, under the Bush and Obama presidencies, four big U.S. banks—JP Morgan Chase, Citibank, Bank of America and Wells Fargo—along with Goldman Sachs, have consolidated almost total control over the entire U.S. banking system, managing one-third of all deposits, one-half of all mortgages, and two-thirds of all credit card debt. In Senate testimony in July, the Special Inspector General of the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), Neil Barofsky, had warned that the total cost of the bailout, to date, was a staggering $23.7 trillion—counting funds already spent and funds already allocated. Yet, a record number of regional banks have been allowed to go bankrupt, and the most recent report by the Federal Depositors Insurance Corporation (FDIC) cited more than 400 additional banks on the verge of collapse. Wall Street-allied Democrats are reportedly frantic to sabotage Congressional passage of H.R. 1207, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2009, which would mandate a Government Accountability Office (GAO) audit of the Fed’s lending practices, its relations with foreign central banks and other foreign financial institutions. H.R. 1207, introduced by Rep. Ron Paul (R-Tex.), has been co-sponsored by more than 300 members of the House of Representatives, thus assuring its passage, and mandating that it be brought to a floor vote. A parallel Senate bill, the Federal

Reserve Sunshine Act of 2009, has been introduced by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and has 23 co-sponsors so far. There is also panic at the White House, the Fed and on Wall Street, over the Aug. 24, 2009 ruling by Chief Judge Loretta Preska, of the Federal District Court for the Southern District of New York, ordering the Federal Reserve to disclose documentation of its expanded lending and other interventions in 2007 and 2008, particularly around the sale of Bear Stearns to JP Morgan Chase. The order came in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, brought by Bloomberg LP against the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, after two Bloomberg News reporters were denied access to Fed documents on the governmentsubsidized takeover. LaRouche minced no words in warning about the consequences of a successful cover-up, including the sabotage of the Fed audit bills now before Congress. “The issue is: The system will be blown out if this information is concealed. You cannot bury this under a rug. The American people have both the right, and the urgent need to know what has been done with their tax dollars. Only by unburying the evidence can you save the U.S.A.” LaRouche continued, “You cannot conceal the truth. Whatever the price, the full disclosure must be brought to the public. The American people must know the full extent of the folly of the Bush and Obama presidencies. If they kill the Paul and Sanders bills behind closed doors, such suppression of the information will be tantamount to treason.”

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Well, The Fucati project continues and is becoming very exciting. While Full Throttle was in Daytona for Biketoberfest we stopped by Wyotech to check on the progress of the engine that we purchased from eBay and take a few pictures. The original engine was in bad shape so we decided to replace it. Now the machine is in the hands of some of the best mechanics and students anyone could ask for! These students are very excited for this project! We are contemplating a lot of modifications to this machine to really make it a “wow� when it is finally unveiled (hopefully at the Florida Motorcycle Expo and Bike Builders Invitational, January 29-31, 2010). Reverand Jim, Bob Demoss and Tony Cianci have had many meeting on this bike and some things seem simpler to do than others. We would like to take this opportunity to thank anyone and everyone who has helped in this project already and has signed on to be a part of this build. Our Plan is to build this unique machine with the help of Full Throttle advertisers, friends and anyone else who would like to lend a hand on making this a great show piece and a fun machine to ride. This bike will not just a show piece either. We plan on riding this to many events and bike nights so everyone can enjoy it. If you have any interest in helping in any way shape or form, feel free to contact Full Throttle Magazine at 813-814-1424 or Rev. Jim at 727-504-3138. By Paul Allen

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ring a bell?DIfoesit does J. & P. Cycles ( (and it should) then you should

at least know of the man behind it all. And as the saying goes: “behind every great man there is always a great woman”, in John’s case, her name is Jill. These two icons in the industry have built a business from scratch to a $75 million multinational. A true success story I assure you. It has been said that they “grew a cow palace into the world’s largest aftermarket motorcycle retailer”. Contrary to some common beliefs out there, absolutely nothing has come easily for John and Jill. John went eight years with no salary, depending on Jill’s paycheck. They almost went bankrupt in 1985. They started from scratch, built a little momentum, lost everything in a fire as I recall. That did not stop them. These two exemplify what a successful marriage and business should at least look like. Results? A successful business yes, but most importantly, proud parents of their son Zach who was born in 1984 as well as grand parents. If you speak to anyone in the industry who has established good credibility with a solid reputation and you mention the name “John Parham”, compliments with the highest regards will be shared about him as a person and as a businessman. People speak of John with deep convictions, affection and respect. Now don’t get me wrong, like all of us John will admit not being perfect and I am certain some individuals will agree with that but I would be extremely surprised to find several of them. A close friend of mine recently shared the story about some dude. This dude once paid a substantial amount of money for a shiny bike and a substantial amount of money to be able to park at a popular regular local bike event right where everyone could see him and his bike. Now if this dude was a builder then I could see the point of doing this in order to get some business. Or perhaps to give him the benefit of the doubt, maybe this dude wanted to make sure his bike was safe and secure at all times and he was willing to pay? From what I hear, this gentleman thought he was deserving of all the attention whenever he would grace people with his presence. If I knew this “gentleman” closely when he did that and expected this kind of attention, I swear I would’ve had a red carpet tailor made with the inscription “I am great and I have money” to put on his stupid parking spot! By contrast, John is nothing at all remotely close to being like our “red carpet friend”. When I met with John I met what appeared to be a true gentle man, calm, composed, confident, focused, approachable yet private and humble. I could go on but if I do, people will start to think I am expected to only write nice things or that I may be getting perks or goodies from JP Cycles. John was born in 1954 in a small town of 4,500 people in western Iowa, USA. John says he pretty much had a good childhood. Dad was a teacher and then went on to working for the power company. Mom had a preschool business and passed about four years ago. Both parents were

keeping all the kids disciplined and well behaved. John strongly believes parents these days would be well advised to do the same. I don’t think John’s parents relied on the government to tell them what was good or bad on how to raise their kids. (Speaking of government, John does not qualify the current government’s decisions and directions as “good” that is for sure.) John and Jill continued the tradition of keeping a close watch on each other including Zach of course. “Zach turned out to be a good grown-up young man” John proudly says. Being involved, be it in sports or at school or simply being there whenever possible made the difference. John was an average student and was offered an athletic football scholarship in several Iowa schools. John turned the opportunities down. He was bored in school. As far as John remembers, he took a sales business course and really enjoyed it. I guess he preferred a hands-on approach rather than getting involved in a quagmire of academic studies. Zach however has a couple of degrees and is well equipped to take the helm when the time comes. Both Jill as well as John graduated in the early 70s. John says they got married shortly after that on his 20th birthday so that he would not forget their anniversary (chuckles). The story has it that John was from a small town called Anamosa and Jill was from another small town by the name of Monticello. Both towns were about 10 miles apart. Naturally, there was a rivalry between the boys of each town. People from one town rarely dated those from the other. This did not stop John from pursuing Jill a single bit. He was known to be cocky and quite confident. John even learned the consequences of pursuing Jill aggressively when he found himself on the receiving end of a punch in the face coming from one of the boys from Monticello. Eventually John did what he had to do to earn the respect of

Full Throttle 60 the Monticello boys and see Jill freely. Today if you bring up Jill in a conversation with John, John will light up and smile. John says that all in all Jill let him pursue his dreams and supported him in that. John got hooked on riding when he borrowed one of his friends’ Honda 305. Back then this was a pretty big bike. He currently rides a 2008 Ultra Harley-Davidson but started riding with a Honda 65cc, then he got a Kawasaki 250cc, a customized 1971 BSA 650cc and, a Honda 750cc. Jill rides too but she prefers being a passenger. They both rode to Biketoberfest 2008 in the occasion of the grand opening of JP Cycles store in Daytona. John’s favorite spots to ride are mainly out West like Colorado, Las Vegas, Grand Canyon etc. As a father, John has fond memories of him and Zach riding to Sturgis. In fact, I believe Zach and John do a significant adventure ride once a year. Every father and son would be well advised to go on an adventure together alone once a year as well. When John rides he says his mind clears up and it becomes much easier for him to think and relax while watching the scenery. If John could, he would make much more time for riding (John, I most respectfully recommend you do that). One of the funniest riding experiences John can remember from his earlier years was back home when he went off-roading with a friend on a Yamaha 250cc. John set himself up to jump over an 8 foot gap of water which he easily did. The thing both he and his friend forgot to check into was what was he going to land on once he would go over that 8 foot gap! When John landed he found himself and the bike almost completely buried in wet mud. The bike was so deep in mud that John had to walk back into town and bring four of his friends to pull it out! As suspected, John is a busy guy. Besides running his business, he is also President of the National Motorcycle Museum ( John loves old motorcycles. He is evidently passionate about their history and the history of those who rode them.

Speaking of history, John’s desire is to be remembered as the guy behind the company that provides good services, good products and good prices to support the sport of motorcycling. What seems to excite John is to deal with the small guys who come up with products and ideas, help them develop those products and ideas and put them on the market. In other words, if you think you have a great product and you want to put it on the market, JP Cycles can help you reach the mass that few could help you reach. As far as what the future holds for all of us as current or prospect clients of JP Cycles, there are three things John and Jill told me we can look forward to: an expansion of products, aggressive pricing adjustments, and their 31st open house in Iowa which they expect will bring anywhere between 25,000 - 30,000 people as well as 80 vendors. Mark your calendars for a free lunch on JP Cycles both June 25 and June 26 of 2010. Yes, I did say “free lunch on JP Cycles, both days”. John’s most important values in life, not surprisingly, include; honesty, integrity and treating others the way you want to be treated. One of the values John also mentions in the book entitled “Keeping the World on 2 Wheels” by Ed Youngblood is to respect your elders. As a side note, I wonder what would happen if this topic was in school curriculums? A “Respect for Elders” course instead of sexual education which really should be the parents’ job. Or a “Respect for Elders” course instead of teaching young minds to sing praises about politicians who accomplish little or nothing and who by the way keep increasing these same children’s debt load by the trillions. But that is all beside the point you will say? Well yes of course but that is also my column. So what is next for John? John shared with me that every year he makes a point of sitting down and evaluating what he has accomplished, where he is at and what is next. That is professionally as well as personally. With a good chuckle, John says he does that in a “Bucket List” style. John says he would like to do more traveling with his close ones and even do a Safari, ride his bike to Alaska or, simply ride 3000 to 5000 miles with his son with no agenda. All I can say is that Zach has been blessed beyond belief to have a dad who not only desires to do that with him but who can actually do it. Go for it guys! What was essentially supposed to be an interview to scratch the surface of things as best as I could, evolved into a more open conversation. John and I felt comfortable with each other. It felt as if we trusted each other. We spoke about a variety of things including the value of life, death, fears, politics, religion and on and on. I am deeply grateful to be on the receiving end of John’s trust. As sappy as this may sound to many of you who will read this column, when John and I shared about family, values life and death, the discussion between two grown men became so intensely profound....

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that my eyes welled up with tears and I believe John’s eyes did too. Life is so extremely precious and fragile. We all like to entertain and distract ourselves but meanwhile the most important people and things in life pass by. By the time somebody realizes that, time becomes extremely valuable and you just can’t get enough of life and those you love. John believes in God. John even says he has been reading the Bible and praying a lot lately. John loves his wife dearly. As mentioned, he says Jill supported his dreams. He feels in marriage that it is important to make time for each other and listen to each other. As a father, John feels it has been fun and it continues to be fun to see his kid grow up, to share in his dreams and be there with him and for him. John was going through a tough time at one point and even went to the extent of selling a prized vintage bike in order to be able to see

his son play football. I asked John if he could change anything about the past what would it be? He replied: “I would have more kids”. If you think carefully about this answer, it will reveal to you what a gift John’s family is to him and what a beautiful experience it continues to be for him. Beyond the family, John wholeheartedly states “We have been privileged to have wonderful people working for us. They work hard and we are grateful.” Since John believes in the God of the Bible I asked him to comment on the following verse from the Gospel of John 3:27; “a man can only receive what Heaven has given to him.” John smiled and replied “I have been blessed in my wife and in my family”. I would add John that your family has been blessed in you and that all of us are benefitting from the ripple effects of these blessings. Keep your rubbers on the road.

Night Train

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NOVEMBER 1 - WEBSTER MONTHLY SWAP MEET, CAR & BIKE SHOW - Located at Webster Westside Flea Market, 516 NW 3rd Street (CR 478 & NW 3rd St.), Webster, FL 33597. Gates open 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM the 1st Sunday of every month rain or shine. General admission $4.00, children under 14 FREE. Show & Corral (for sale by owner) registration $7.50. Club/Organization Participation Award (10 or more vehicles registered). Trophies & Cash Prizes! Vendors welcome: outside 15’ x 30’ spaces $15; covered 10’ x 10’ spaces $10. ATM always on site. Info 800-832-3477, reservations 352-628-4656. Contact Jackie Smith. Email: or and NOVEMBER 7 – 3RD ANNUAL VETERAN'S SALUTE IN A HARLEY WAY - Begins at 10:00am, Gator Harley-Davidson 1745 Hwy 441 Leesburg, Fl. 34748, 352787-8050 Military speakers, Gator lunch tickets, beverages, American Legion #347 21 gun volley, DJ, Then Police escorted at noon to Stormy Hill 2480 S Hwy 27, Clermont, Fl. 34711 352-243-7111 12:00 till 4:00pm event Appearing at Stormy Hill are Congresswoman Ginny Brown-Waite, Retired Brig General Tim Sullivan, The Trans Ams Band, Harley’s Heroes -helping Disabled American veterans with benefits, Military speakers, Boy Scouts, Homes for our Troops, Rochelle Boots on the ground and more. Food vendors, dessert, beverages, prizes, , 50-50 benefits Disabled American Veterans. Be there for a chance to win OVER $3,000.00 IN PRIZES !!! $1,000.00 certificate Please bring unwanted cell phones to exchange for calling cards for our troops!! “Help them Call Home” and NOVEMBER 7 - 3RD ANNUAL RENDEZVOUS AND PIG ROAST - By the Road Dawgs Motorcycle Club Of Florida Tampa Bay Chapter. Food served from 3pm till 5pm. Donation of $17 adult ND $10 per child. 50/50 drawings, door prizes, DJ music and vendors on site. At the American Legion Post 335 11421 Osceola Drive, New Port Richey, FL. For info call John 352-686-8303 NOVEMBER 7 - BACK ROADS DICE RUN - ABATE OF FLORIDA INC FREEDOM CHAPTER, Sign up from 9:30 till 11am at Marine Corp League #708 8405 Sunshine Grove Road, Brooksville, FL 34613. Donations of $10 per card or $15 for 2. Last bike in at 4pm. For more info call Herb 352-596-1922 or Ratt 352584-1278 e-mail NOVEMBER 15 - DIVA HOPE RIDE - Sunday November 15th, 2009- Diva Hope Ride- Registration begins at 11:00am at Bourbon Street Nightclub, 4331 US Hwy 19, New Port Richey, Phone # 727-843-0686 with the last bike out at 12 noon. $10/hand; $25/3 hands with additional hands available for $5. Final stop to be at The Karl Reef, 6307 Grand Blvd., Downtown New Port Richey Ph# 727-848-7838. There will be 50/50 drawings, Chinese auctions and silent auctions. Bike Show in parking lot with trophies to be given! Pig Roast and other fixins as well as a band for your entertainment! ALL proceeds go to: Diva Hope Foundation…The Diva Hope Foundation provides funding for women under the age of 50 who do not have insurance and need screening for Breast, Cervical and Uterine Cancer. A great cause! Please join us! For more information please call: 727-226-0758 NOVEMBER 21 - RIDE FOR THE BIG CATS - This is a 45 mile ride that starts and ends at Smokin Joe's Cigar Bar 9786 Little Road, New Port Richey. Rider fee is $15 and includes lunch. Register from 9:30am till 11am with kickstands up at 11:15am. For info call Steve at 727-992-5884 or Rebecca 727-849-5402. All proceeds to benefit the Wildlife Survival Santuary. NOVEMBER  21 - 2nd ANNUAL POKER RUN TO BENEFIT MAKE -A- WISHFOUNDATION FOR CHILDREN - Pasco, Hernando,& Citrus Counties - All Bikes Welcome - Sponsored by the Spring Hill Wingnuts and Trikes by Design -  $300.00 cash  Best Hand - 8:30 am - 11:30 am Registration at Cotee River Cafe 12830 Shady Hills Road , Spring Hill Fl. First bike out at 8:30 am Last bike out 11:30 am. $20.00 per person Registration Fee which includes a ( FREE Breakfast & FREE Lunch ) and many chances to win lots of Door Prizes  In addition we have  a 50 / 50 Drawing - Vendors -  Music - and more -  Come help us make a Childs Wish come True - Stops at Cotee River Cafe - Crystal River Harley -Davidson - Lake Lindsey Mall - Sleepy Hollow and Trikes by Design - Web Site Flyer [ ] also Info call Larry 352-596-9956 or Dick 352-592-6502 NOVEMBER 29 - 1ST ANNUAL VETERANS POKER RUN - By the Red Menace 2 Society. Only $5 per hand with 1st and 2nd place winners. Proceeds to buy much needed clothing, toiletries and other needed items for the Baldomero Lopez Veterans State Nursing Home Lando O Lakes, Pacso County. Starting at Boondocks Bar and Grill 8530 Moon Lake Road, New Prot Richey 727-8561356. After party at the Boiondocks.

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

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

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

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

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


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

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

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

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

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


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


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


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

action honda

15628 US Hwy19 Hudson 727-868-6308


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


(352) 628-2800



2408 W. Main St. Leesburg 787-7252

1503 E. Main St. Leesburg 34788 326-5999

5230 Commercial Way Spring Hill 352-596-4778

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

11138 US Hwy 19 Port Richey 727-861-7019

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

18750 Hwy 441 Mount Dora 32757 352-383-9464

3645 Universal Plaza Holiday 727-843-9005

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

5429 Spring Hill Blvd. 352-686-6565


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

JOHN ROBERTS MOTOR SPORTS 29305 CR 561 Tavares 742-9199

Lucky U Cycles

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

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

5138 Commercial Way Spring Hill 352-596-8028

25 S. Bay Street Eustis 589-6143

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

2277 Hwy 41 N. Inverness 352-726-6676

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

CHECKER All Country Cycles citrus cycle center



pasco County Cycles

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

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

7109 Elizabeth Ave Hudson 727-862-2444

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

986 Skyway Blvd. Homosassa 352-795-8697

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

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

8549 Rees St. Port Richey 727-847-5447

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

12743 Bellany Brothers Blvd. 352-588-2529

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

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

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

2212 Citrus Blvd. Leesburg, FL 34748 315-9875


Crystal Motorsports crystal river h-d CUSTOM CYCLE CYCLE ALLEY

cycle world

Dream Cycles

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

Dressers & Trikes By Val

New Port Richey 727-8485855




15125 Classique Ln. Tavares 32778 352-343-8681



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

GATOR Harley-Davidson

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

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


suncoast Bike and Trike

G’s Performance

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


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

gulf coast h-d

1147 Ponce DeLeon Brooksville 352-796-2684

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

Gulf Coast Yamaha

8822 US 19 Port Richey 727-842-6624


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

TAMPA POWDER cOATING, LLC tri-county cycle center


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


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



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

hi-tech custom cycles

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

Highway thunder customS

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

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

15050 NE US Hwy 301 Waldo 352-468-1942


15949 E. Hwy 40 Silver Springs 34209

Hwy. 301 N. Zephyrhills 813-788-1779




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

cahill’s Motorsports LLC




bayport inn BB Magee’s

12400 Ramfis Rd. Spring Hill 727-861-1769

Beef O’ Brady’s

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

Beef O’ Brady’s

13706 Little Road, Hudson 727-869-2500

Big John’s

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


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

bourbon st. nite club

4331 US Hwy 19 NPR 727-843-0685

brew city

5711 US 19 N. 727-816-9433

horse & crown pub HUGO’s Pub


Mike’s Friendly Pub

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


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


4400 Grand Blvd, Elfers 727-264-8903


5386 Darlene St. Spring Hill 352-597-7662

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



11408 US 19 Port Richey 34668 727-869-9707


5430 Treadway Dr. Port Richey 727-845-3591


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

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


7803 Grand Blvd. Port Richey 727-8159528


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


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


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

Fat Cats Billiards

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

fat charlie's

6229 Ridge Rd. Port Richey 727-843-8783


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


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


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


12401 US Hwy 301 Dade City 352-521-5003


8954 SR 52 Hudson, FL 727-862-3738


114 S. 5th St. Leesburg

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

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

sunset lounge

Madd Maxx’s Pub


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

Someplace Else

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

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

2490 SE 58th Ave. Ocala 34471 624-3700



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


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

silver moon Tavern

pat’s Place

pRIME TIME BAR & GRIL L port hole pub ramble inn


14400 E Hwy 40 Silver Springs 352-625-0300

r & b hawg pound pub

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


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


1350 West North Blvd., Leesburg 34748 323-9222

roos’ restaurant & pub

20182 Cortez Blvd. Brooksville 352-799-6207

Rumbling Pride

5238 Quiet Creek Ln. Lakeland 863-607-9888

scuttlebutts pub

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

seaside inn lounge

5330 Treadway Dr. Port Richey 727-848-4628


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


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


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

Shorty’s Sports Pub

2109 Mariner Blvd. Spring Hill 352-683-9091


The Frosty Mug


upper deck sports cafe


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What to do after the Accident (cont...) Seek immediate medical attention if you think you have been injured in the slightest way. Many times injuries don’t appear until several hours or several days after the accident. The only way to protect yourself from further damage is to get checked by a medical professional. After being treated, or at the earliest opportunity, be sure to call your motorcycle insurance company and report the accident. If you are unable to call them, have your spouse or friend call on your behalf. Your contract with your insurance company requires that you make a prompt (often within 24 hours) and truthful reporting of the accident. If you fail to do this your insurance company might try to make it difficult for you to recover any benefits you may be entitled to. The at-fault driver’s insurance company will usually try to call you. Do not speak to them and do not allow them to take a recorded statement. Be sure to get legal advice before filing out insurance company documents or giving your own insurance company a statement. The insurance companies will not protect your rights; rather they will look to cut their losses. After all, they are in the business of making money, not to lose money. There are lots of ways to select a doctor. But the bottom line is that you need to be treated by a competent doctor who is genuinely interested in your physical and emotional recovery. One of the best places to start is your doctor that has taken care of you in the past. That doctor is normally very familiar with your health

prior to the accident and it will be easier for him/her to recognize and understand the nature and extent of the injuries you received from the accident. Your local doctor can easily refer you to a specialist for various problems such as bone and nerve issues (orthopedists and neurologists). You can also consider the recommendation of the emergency room physician who was the first to treat you. They often work with many of the specialists and can give you a fair assessment about them. Your friends, neighbors and relatives can also give you excellent opinions about doctors. The main priority after an accident is to protect you and your rights. If you have any questions after an accident, immediately pick up the phone and call an attorney that has experience with motorcycle accidents. Be sure that the attorney will also help you with your property damage claim (damaged bike) at no additional charge. Too often I see insurance companies trying to shortchange bikers on the value of their motorcycle. They just don’t know the value of a Harley today and they don’t deal with them on a regular basis. You deserve the best representation and do not settle for less. Ride Smart, Be Educated, and Trust No One, Jerry T. If you have any question, or would like a certain topic covered, feel free to contact Jerry T. at 727-945-1112 or 1-866-BIKER-FL. Email is

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Another Grand Opening in the Nature Coast Area

18th Annual Old Time Swap Meet

The old name was Goodfellaz. The new name is “Crazy Lori’s Bar”. Looks like the Goodfellas are gone and the Bad Girls are in. That’s bad in a real good way. All they want to do is have fun, and bikers love to have fun. So make it to 6205 Ridge Road in Port Richey on Nov 14th for the grand opening. They are going to raffle off the owner Lori. Or I should say, a Bikini Bike wash done by Lori. games, music, bikini bike wash, free food and more. The old sign may still be up, so look for the event on the north side of Ridge Road.

If you’re an old biker in the Nature Coast area, you know where the Boat Club is and know about the swap meet. For the rest of you. On Saturday Nov. 28th. the swap meet is an all day event with live music, free hog roast and stuff you will not find in your local Harley dealership. Hope to see you there. Here are some pictures from years past. Till next time Ride Safe and look out for the bad drivers The Big “O”

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Bubba, you’re a jerk. Your column about cell phones was so far off it was stupid. Don’t you know anything about technology advancement? I bet you still drink and drive and steal dimes out of pay phones. M.A.D.D. Sue Dear Sue, You can still put dimes in pay phones? Draft beer in plastic cups, Give me a break! I don’t know what you ride, if you wear a helmet., believe in God or like farm animals. Just don’t put good beer in plastic cups. Every time I go to a biker event, even if the place normally serves its beer in ice cold in

a frostee mug, when the bikers show up out comes the plastic, now I’m MADD. I’m sorry I got off track. I was talking about cell phones with MADD Sue and she mentioned beer and my mind is not what it used to be. (the 60’s were great) So back to cell phones. A cop pulls out of Dunkin Donuts on the cell phone with his wife “Yes dear I got a dozen for home. Oh damn I got to hang up I just hit a motorcycle. Boy those things are dangerous!” Next month I’m going to meet up with my experts on how dangerous the roads really are? Good night bag lady where ever you are. Bubba

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On Oct. 9-11th I was in New Port Richey For the Cotee River bike Fest. The feeling of change was in the air, as it should be now that you can now enjoy an adult beverage everywhere at the event. Also added this year was Friday night. Yes Sir, this is now a three day event! The Daisy Dukes contest started off Firday evening along with live bands on the two stages. Saturday had plenty of action, including an antique bike show for the first time. This show is one I hope grows each year as I really enjoy the old bikes, and the stories that go along with them and their owners. The Karl Reef also hosted a great Bikini Contest on Sunday afternoon that packed the people in and was not let down for the crowd. Sunday's ride in bike show filled every available space, with the best bikes from all over Florida. A special attaboy goes out to the brothers powdercoating crew. Mike and Steve put up cash to sponsor the event and provided the very popular brothers powdercoating trophies that are only given out at select events, thanks again Mike, Steve and crew! Next year should be even better, with even more changes to come. Full Throttle Magazine and myself would like to thank the City and Dan Sullivan for lettiing us be part of this terrific West Coast Event. Ride safe (Simon: Keep your rubber on the road, not rubbers) Rev. Jim

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NOVEMBER 14 - RIDE FOR THE TROOPS' KIDS - By the American Legion Riders Post 312. This is a poker run, with proceeds to be used to buy Christmas presents for kids whose father or mother are currently serving in Iraq or Afghanistan and won't be home for Christmas. $10 per hand. Registration starts at 10am. Starts and ends at American Legion Post 312 1610 67th Ave. E. Sarasota 941720-1863 NOVEMBER 14 - RIDING WITH ANGELS POKER RUN Riding With Angels Poker Run. 9:30-11am Registration at Peggy's Corral, 4511 US Highway 41 N, ph 941-729-5442.  $20 rider, $10 passenger. Includes poker card, food & entertainment, $5 each additional card. Registration/1st draw at Peggy's Corral 9:30-11:00am, last bike back in by 2:30pm. Stops include Granny's Motorsports in Sarasota, Herb's Limestone, Charlotte's Webb, and back to Peggy's, (all East of I-75 in the "country"). 5th draw/party at Peggy's Corral. Prize for best hand! All funds benefiting Riding With Angels biker families with funeral cost & children's college scholarships in parents name, Cindy, cindy. NOVEMBER 28 - S&S CUSTOMS OLD SCHOOL SWAP MEET - Old School Swap Meet.  9am at S&S Customs, 411 7th St. West, ph 941-729-2800.  FREE Swap Meet, every 4th Saturday, no charge for vendors, motorcycle related stuff ONLY!  Come Join The Fun, FREE Cookout Every Saturday, Set Up Starts At 9am, info James 941-729-2800. www.  NOVEMBER 29 - SOUTHERNMOST CHAPTER ABATE ANNUAL TOY RUN - Southernmost Chapter ABATE Annual Toy Run. 10:30am-12:30pm Roll out from 5 different locations from Key West to Key Largo (see flyer), everyone invited to participate, accepting donations of new unwrapped toys for children ages 1-10 yrs old, benefits 6 centers, shelters & organizations. 1-4pm Ends at Safari Lounge / Caloosa Cove, mile marker 73, Lower Matecumbe, info Martina 305-289-5442, hx10h@hotmail. com. Web Site:  DECEMBER 5 - TOYS FOR TOTS BAD SANTA TOY RUN & OLD FASHIONED CHRISTMAS PARTY - Saturday, December 5, 2009 - Toys for Tots Bad Santa Toy Run and Old Fashioned Christmas Party: Registration starts at 9:30am at Gasparilla Marina (15001 Gasparilla Road, Placida). Kickstands up at 11am. Admission is one, new unwrapped toy for children ages 3 to 15. For health reasons, we cannot accept stuffed toys. Ride with Bad Santa to Black Widow Harley-Davidson (2224 El Jobean Rd, Port Charlotte) for an old fashioned Christmas Party. FREE appetizers, cookies and coffee for all bikers (while supplies last). Enjoy Christmas carols and in-store raffles. Get your picture taken with Bad Santa! This event is brought to you by United States Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots and many other area motorcycle clubs and businesses. “United for one cause – the kids.”

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

Tuesday LOONY BIN Town Center Auto Mall Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte 941-255-5999 Mc Donalds Restaurant Hwy 70, Arcadia, FL PANDORAS BOX 3824 US 41 N Palmetto, FL

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

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

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

Saturday Gatorz 3816 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte 941-625-5000 STIX CIGAR LOUNGE 2603 So. Federal Hwy. Ft. Lauderdale 954-527-0881

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

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

Will's Honky Tonk 5748 Swift Road Sarasota FL 941-923-7392


Thursday Hooters of Port CharLOtte 1360 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte, FL

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

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Port Charlotte 941-662-7144

Lion Cycles & Tattoo Emporium

411 7th St. W. Palmetto, FL 941-729-2800

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BLACK WIDOW HARLEY-DAVIDSON/ MAIN STREET PUB 313 12TH STREET941-748-7795 BUELL BRADENTON, FL 2224 El Jobean Rd. Mark davern custom paint, Port Charlotte, FL 33848 mural and graphics 941-883-8000 2270 Tamiami Trail Bobco Precision 1145 Inverness St. Port Charlotte, FL 33952 941-255-8665

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BOB'S MOTORCYCLE PARTS/ SErvIcE 5183 Trott Cir. North Port

226 Warfield Ave. Venice, FL 941-485-4295


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52 18 DUNCAN RD 941-575-4474 PUNTA GORDA, FL 33950


1105 Washington Blvd . Sarasota , FL 34236 941-955-1355





4299 S. Access Rd. Englewood 941-475-1448

BeeF O' Brady's


2360 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte, FL 941-743-4140

411 Hwy. 301 Blvd. East Bradenton, FL 34208 941-747-4343 DMR TRIKES 3601 Hwy 41 N suite A, 941-723-9817 PALMETTO, FL 34221

Brandenton, FL 34208 941-745-2429

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6051-N. Washington Blvd. Sarasota, FL 941-556-2700



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4062 N. Washington Blvd. Sarasota, FL 34234


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6251- N. Washington Blvd. Sarasota, FL 34243

Florida Motorsports


411 7th St. W. Palmetto, FL 941-729-2800


3923 34th Ave. E. Bradenton , FL 34208 941-716-1201



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1732 Steadly Punta Gorda, FL 941-639-2155

2001 University Pkwy . Sarasota , FL 34243 941-351-4330 4332 Palama Sola Blvd. Bradenton, FL 941-761-3055

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208 - G S. Tamiami Trail 941-488-9886


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2530 17th St. Sarasota, FL 34234 941-365-3443


5771 Beneva Road, Sarasota FL 941-925-7383


535 8th Street W. Bradenton, FL 941-708-3114




1019 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte, FL 33953 941-627-0012


3149 Duncan Rd. Hwy 17 Punta Gorda FL 33982 941-505-0798

Triple Bike & Boat Detailing

Port Charlotte,FL 941-740-0801



5771 Beneva Rd. Sarasota, FL 941-925-7383


1105 Washington Blvd. N. Sarasota , FL 34236 941-366-2678


748 S Tamiami Trail Osprey, FL 941-966-1251


4908 14th St W 941-758-1175 BRADENTON, FL 34207


600 Gulf Gate Dr 941-923-4666 SARASOTA, FL 34231

1950 Beach Rd. Englewood 941-475-8671

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4109 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte, FL 941-613-0002 4300 Kings Hwy. Unit 412 Pt. Charlotte 941-629-2114 CRAZY TEDS 5897 WHITFIELD AVE 941-358-9861 SARASOTA, FL; 34243






967 S. Packinghouse Rd. Sarasota, FL 34232 941-371-9358


4511 Hwy 41 N. Palmetto, FL 34221 941-729-5442 Q SPORTS BAR & GIRL 4030 TAMIAMI TRAIL 941-764-6969 PORT CHARLOTTE, FL 33980


3149 Duncan Rd. Punta Gorda 941-5051717 SCALLIWAGS WHITFIELD DR SARASOTA, FL 34243


1601 Tamiami Trail Punta Gorda 941-639-7677


10719 RODEO DR941-907-0400 LWR, FL 34202

4533 Soloman Rd. Ona, FL 863-494-6077

4104 EL JOBEAN RD941-629-3766 PORT CHARLOTTE, FL 33953

299 Indiana Ave. S. Englewood, FL 941-474-5265




Next to Coyote's Bar Port Charlotte, FL 941-255-9002


2191 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte, FL 941-629-9199

TOWER GARDEN LAGOON & CHICKEE Garrod Drywall Inc. 4271 James St. BAR

4043 Duncan Rd.,Punta Gorda, FL 941-639-8222

Wally's Pour House

1730 Tamiami Trl. S Venice, FL 941-493-0677 WHITE ELEPHANT PUB 1855 GULF BLVD 941-475-8601 MANASOTA KEY, FL 34223

Port Charolotte, FL 33980 941-743-7166


2135 S. Tamiami Trail Venice, FL 34293 941-497-6098



2395- S. Tamiami Trail Poart Charlotte, FL 33952 941-255-3999

Will’s Honky Tonk Englewood

2395 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte 941-235-IRON

4095 Tamiami Trail Pt. Charlotte 941-624-2245

5000 E. Venice Ave. Venice, FL (941)485-7221


Tamiami Trail North Port, FL 941-426-1155 TILLY'S TAP 3149 DUNCAN RD 941-505-0798 PUNTA GORDA, FL

Lemley’s Restaurant & BAr

1020 El Jobean Rd. Port Charlotte, FL 941-258-3444

1341 Hwy. 17S. Wauchula, FL 863-781-4349



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Joe Cracker

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138 N. Indiana Ave. Englewood, FL 34223 941-475-0819

Texas Dell’s Beer and Butts

5748 Swift Rd. Sarasota , FL 34221 941-923-7392

US 41 @ SR 776, Port Charlotte 941-625-0200


4313 NW Hwy 70 Arcadia, FL 863-993-9989



Town Center Auto Mall Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte, FL 941-255-5999 Mulligans 5526 15TH STREET E 941-755-5696 BRADENTON, FL 34203

12500 Tamiami Trail North Port, FL 941-423-2739 BUBBA'S 2 5435 15th Street E 941-756-3237 Bradenton, FL




T.J. Pt. Charlotte, FL 941-875-0152

18260 Paulson Dr. Pt. Charlotte, FL 941-766-0663

440 12th (Old Main St.) W. Bradenton, FL 34205 941-745-3100

2135 SW. Hwy. 17 Arcadia, Fl 34266 863-558-0713


9071 S. Tamiami Trail. 941-429-9917

5766 S. Tamiami Trail Sarasota , FL 34231 941-929-0551


4994 Trott Circle North Port, FL 941-423-1511


Harpoon Harry’s

501 N. Beneva Sarasota 941-365-9996

3816 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte, FL 941-625-5000

2615 Mall Dr. Sarasota, FL 941-925-4500

CHarlotte's Webb Suncoast V-Twin & Motorcycle (Formerly Peggy's East) 3315 SR 64 W. Wauchula, FL repair TARPON COAST CHOPPERS

9071 S Tamiami Trl Venice Fl 941.429.9917

5121 SCR 663 Limestone 941-468-4829






264 N. Indiana Ave. Englewood, FL 34223 941-460-0500


3073 Conway Blvd. Port Charlotte 941-235-5562 COMMUNITY LIFE CENTER 19048 Edgewater Dr. Port Charlotte, FL 941-629-0999



5665 McCall Rd. Pt. Charlotte 941-697-4221


4560 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte, FL 941-627-6264

Fisherman’s Village Punta Gorda, 33950 941-637-1177

641 CORTEZ RD W 941-755-0222 BRADENTON, FL 34207

•1951 S Mcall Rd. Englewood, FL 941-473-8776 •4145 Tamiami Trl. S. Venice, FL 941-408-1800 •1105 Taylor Rd. Punta Gorda, FL 941-505-2333 •1852 Tamiami Trl. Port Charlotte, FL 941-766-9886 •1037 N. Sumter Blvd. 941-426-3570 •1703 E. Oak St. Arcadia, FL 863-494-9333

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Mission Unity recovery housing

3512 Depew Circle Port Charlotte, FL 941-624-3748



19888 Veteran's Blvd. Port Charlotte, FL 33954 941-255-5967


913 SE 13th Place Cape Coral, FL 239-574-7888

1724 N. Honore Ave. Sarasota, 941-342-9955 1825 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte, FL34287 941-255-1080



2806-B Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte 941-625-5566

All Wigged Out

1901 S. Tamiami Trail #G Venice, FL 941-468-2243

AP&P Handyman Service Inc.

2382 Ivanhoe St. 941-623-713



3470 Hwy. 17 South Arcadia, FL 34266 863-990-9848


2270 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte, FL 941-764-7225


5183 Trott Circle North Port 941-426-5910


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16385 San Carlos Blvd. #2 Fortmyers, Fl 239-218-3014

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Sun Flea Market, Port Charlotte 941-766-1904 BODY EFFECTS TATTOO 4530 14th St. W. Bradenton 941-756-2666 5131 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota 941-355-1777

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Whew, October was such a busy month. With the Unity Fest, Ride to the Heartland, Wounded Warriors Pre Biketoberfest, West Coast Bike Rally, Cotee River, Daytona and may other events behind us, we hope everyone had fun, was safe and didn’t eat too much Halloween candy. First I would like to thank everyone who came out to support The Unity Fest. This was the 1st poker run we had organized, the turnout was a little on the low side but we understand there was a lot going on that weekend. Want to congratulate the Winner of the $1000.00 giveaway, Joe Burchell of North Port and what a lucky day for the Burchell family because Joe’s wife Sherry won the Poker Run. We would like to thank Jen Haberchak the winner of the 50/50 raffle for donating her ½ back to the Unity Mission Recovery House. All of the bands that played throughout the day did an outstanding job considering it was hotter than heck out. The following weekend was jammed packed with several festivals, benefits and rallies. Friday night was the kickoff party for the West Coast Bike Rally, on Main Street in Lakewood Ranch. There were over 20,000 people there to see The Greg Billings Band and to eat drink and party at the local bars and restaurants. Saturday we headed up to New Port Richey to check out the Cotee River Fest. It was the 1st time we had attended and had a great time. The American Legion Post had a great turn out for their pre-biketoberfest hog roast which benefited the Wounded Warriors. Sunday we drug ourselves out of bed and headed for the West Coast Bike Rally poker run. It was a beautiful day, but the turn out for this was really poor as well. Not sure if this is a state wide issue or if our area just has too much going on all at the same time. Never the less, we all need to try and get out and support as many of these benefits as possible, there are so many people in our area that are in need, so if

you can please show your support. After an exhausting 1st ½ of the month we decided to take a weekend to catch up around the house. So we painted, and painted and painted the same wall over and over, just couldn’t get the color right (and still haven’t). Football season has been a bit of a surprise, with our Lakewood Ranch HS, Mustangs tied for 1st place in their district after finishing 1-9 last season. GO MUSTANGS! And how about them Gators. I am slowly being transformed into a Gator fan (never in a million years thought this would happen), but with our oldest son Drew, in Gainesville getting ready to transfer to UF its becoming a little easier to cheer them on. The Christmas season is here, and as you’re out doing your holiday shopping please remember to use as many of FULL THROTTLE ADVERTISING partners as possible. They are the reason it is possible for us to publish a free magazine for you! Happy Thanksgiving and as you are celebrating, please remember to keep our troops overseas in your hearts and prayers, because they are truly something to be thankful for! So until next month have fun and be safe. Tracey and Gary


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When Beethoven passed away, he was buried in a churchyard. A couple days later, the town drunk was walking through the cemetery and heard some strange noise coming from the area where Beethoven was buried. Terrified, the drunk ran and got the priest to come and listen to it. The priest bent close to the grave and heard some faint, unrecognizable music coming from the grave. Frightened, the priest ran and got the town magistrate. When the magistrate arrived, he bent his ear to the grave, listened for a moment, and said, “Ah, yes, that’s Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, being played backwards.” He listened a while longer, and said, “There’s the Eighth Symphony, and it’s backwards, too. Most puzzling.” So the magistrate kept listening; “There’s the Seventh... the Sixth... the Fifth...” Suddenly the realization of what was happening dawned on the magistrate; he stood up and announced to the crowd that had gathered in the cemetery, “My fellow citizens, there’s nothing to worry about. It’s just Beethoven decomposing.” *************************************** PONDERISMS 1. If a pig loses it’s voice is it disgruntled? 2. Do employees of Lipton’s Tea get coffee breaks? 3. Does a semi truck driver only take half the course? 4. If love is blind why is lingerie so popular. 5. Why is the alphabet arranged that way? Is it because of that song? 6. Why isn’t the number 11 pronounced onety one? 7. Do all those barricades really belong to Bob? 8. Why are there interstate highways in Hawaii?

Airlines Do Have a Sense of humor;

On a Southwest flight to Houston: “There may be 50 ways to leave your lover, but there are only 4 ways out of this airplane.” On a Continental Flight with a very A blonde walks into a bank in New “senior” flight attendant crew, the pilot said, “Ladies and gentlemen we’ve reached cruising York City and asks for the Loan Officer. altitude and will be turning down the cabin She says she’s going to Europe on busilights. This is for your comfort and to enhance ness for two weeks and needs to borrow $5,000. The bank officer says the bank will the appearance of your flight attendants.” On a Southwest flight landing at need some kind of security for the loan, so Tampa from L.A. the flight attendant said: the blonde hands over the keys to a new “Please make sure you take all your belongings Mercedes Benz SL 500. The car is parked on when departing. If you leave anything behind, the street in front of the bank. She has the check on E-Bay tomorrow!” title, and everything checks out. The bank An American Airline flight had a very agrees to accept the car collateral for the very rough, hard landing at JFK. Alittle old lady loan. The bank’s president and its officers with a cane was departing and stopped to ask all enjoy a good laugh at the blonde for us- the captain a question. “Captain can I ask, did ing a $110,000 Benz as collateral against a we land or were we shot down?”

$5,000 loan. An employee of the bank then proceeds to drive the Benz into the bank’s underground garage and parks it there. Two weeks later, the blond returns. She repays the $5,000 and the interest, which comes to $15.41. The loan officer says, “Miss, we are very happy to have had your business, and this transaction has worked out very nicely, but we are a little puzzled. While you were away, we checked you out and found that you are a multimillionaire. What puzzles us is, why would you bother to borrow $5,000? The blonde replies, “Where else in New York City can I park my car for two weeks for only $15.41 and expect it to be there when I return?” ************************************ A cowboy appeared before St. Peter at the Pearly Gates. ‘Have you ever done anything of particular merit?’ St. Peter asked. ‘Well, I can think of one thing,’ the cowboy offered. ‘On a trip to the Black Hills out in South Dakota , I came upon a gang of bikers, who were threatening a young woman. I directed them to leave her alone, but they wouldn’t listen. So, I approached the largest and most heavily tattooed biker and smacked him in his face .... Kicked his bike over, ripped out his nose ring, and threw it on the ground. I yelled, ‘Now, back off!! Or I’ll kick the crap out of all of you!’ St. Peter was impressed, ‘When did this happen?’ The cowboy says, ‘Just a couple of minutes ago’

********************************************* While shopping in a food store, two nuns happened to pass by the beer,wine, and liquor section. One asked the other if she would like a beer.The second nun answered that, indeed, it would be very nice to have one,but that she would feel uncomfortable about purchasing it. The first nun replied that she would handle that without a problem. She picked up a six-pack and took it to the cashier. The cashier had a surprised look, so the nun said, ‘This is for washing our hair.’ Without blinking an eye, the cashier reached under the counter and put a package of pretzel sticks in the bag with the beer. ‘The curlers are on me.’ ********************************************* REAL BUSINESS TYPO”S: Restaurant Menu in Lakeland – “Mom’s Home made Meat Load just 8.95. Blockbuster ad “Special weekend sale on Disney’s “Beauty and the Breast” Winn Dixie Flyer – “On Sale, Windex Ass Cleaner !.29” Auto Radiator Shop in St. Pete – “best place in town to take a leak!” In Springfield, Mo. A funeral home is run by U.R Stiff & Sons. Missing dog poster: Lost Beagle, has 3 legs, no tail, one eye and answers to the name of “Lucky”


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can I get a flopachino? Stars gone bad .... Hollywood is full of crazy people and crazy stories and here are just a few: a judge in Beverly Hills gave Lindsay Lohan an extra year probation added to her three-year sentence after she failed to attend alcohol education classes. After two DUI cases she should know better .... Nicolas Cage is suing his manager for $20-million. He is in big financial trouble and owes Uncle Sam $6.2-million in back taxes. How does this happen to a guy who made $40-million last year? .... If we hadn’t heard enough about Jon & Kate Gosselin, TLC is suing Jon for breach of You can never believe a boxer, football player or contract. Come on people nobody cares about these music entertainer when they say they have decided to two losers .... Last but not least, Singer Carly Simon retire. The latest proof of that fact is country music filed a suit against Starbucks over poor sales of her 2008 album megastar Garth Brooks who has decided to end his “This Kind of Love” which was nearly decade-long retirement and start doing shows signed to the coffee chain’s label. in Las Vegas at the Wynn Encore Resort. The first Hey Carly maybe the album just shows are scheduled for December 11-13 and Janusucked! ary 1-3. Shows will then continue for 15 weeks in 2010. Tickets will start at $125 each should sell out fast!

That’s it..I’m Retiring!!

what isle is the beer in?

Equality..for most? Nikole Churchill is a tall, thin, beautiful woman with long dark hair. Last month she was named homecoming queen at Hampton University and that fact managed to piss off many students .... you see Churchill is white and Hampton is a historically black school. I know when a black girl wins a beauty pageant or is named homecoming queen at predominately white school it’s no big deal shouldn’t that be the case at Hampton as well? Equality needs to be equal for all parties and that is the only way our country can move beyond judging people solely by skin color. Churchill posted an open, on-line letter to President Obama asking him to make an appearance at Hampton to help soothe things over .... no news if he accepted the invitation!

Skyway...Bye Way Since the Sunshine Skyway opened in 1987 there have been at least 130 people who have died after plunging into Tampa Bay. The 192-foot-high structure connects Pinellas County with Manatee County and is know as a symbol of our area. The original bridge was built in 1954 and was replaced in 1980 after a phosphate freighter rammed into the southbound span. The new bridge took seven years to complete at a cost of $240-million. The span ranks fourth nationwide for suicides behind the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco who ranks first.

Wisconsin black bears must be really smart! Last month a 125-pound black bear wandered into a grocery store and headed right towards the beer cooler. The bear walked through the automatic doors and calmly climbed twelve feet onto a shelf in the beer cooler and sat there for about an hour as employees evacuated store customers. Finally, wildlife officials tranquilized the animal and took it back into the woods. Store officials said the bear didn’t bother any customers, never touch any beer and was content just to relax inside the cooler!

ink me up! I’m all for a nice tattoo but enough is enough! Two men in California are accused of tattooing a gang sign on a 7-year-old boy. A 27-year-old father held his son down while his 21-year-old friend tattooed the quarter-sized insignia on the boy’s hip. Both men are members of the Fresno Bulldogs, a street gang in Fresno. If convicted on charges of aggravated mayhem, the men could face life in prison.

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OCT 30 - NOV 1 - BIKERS FOR BABIES - 9th Annual Bikers For Babies to benefit the March of Dimes. Three day event culminating in a 35-mile police escorted ride from North Collier Regional Park (Naples) to H-D Ft. Myers (HDFM). Reg.@ HDFM, $30/rider, $20/passenger, pin for each. Events include Bike Night at HDFM, bike/car show, vendors, live entertainment, Halloween costume contest, stunts by Joe "Vertical" Dryden and much more. Info: Norma Eveland 239-433-3463, Email: or NOVEMBER 1 - WEBSTER MONTHLY SWAP MEET, CAR & BIKE SHOW - Located at Webster Westside Flea Market, 516 NW 3rd Street (CR 478 & NW 3rd St.), Webster, FL 33597. Gates open 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM the 1st Sunday of every month rain or shine. General admission $4.00, children under 14 FREE. Show & Corral (for sale by owner) registration $7.50. Club/Organization Participation Award (10 or more vehicles registered). Trophies & Cash Prizes! Vendors welcome: outside 15’ x 30’ spaces $15; covered 10’ x 10’ spaces $10. ATM always on site. Info 800-832-3477, reservations 352-6284656. Contact Jackie Smith. Email: or and NOVEMBER 8 - ANNUAL RUN N GOBBLE - Annual Run N Gobble.  9-10am Registration at Captain Nemos at Bowland Beacon, 5400 Tamiami Trail N. Come out and help out a family in need this Thanksgiving Season, and have fun while doing it! Come ride in our Annual Run N Gobble Yahtzee Run, info 239-273-3072,  Web Site: NOVEMBER 29 - SOUTHERNMOST CHAPTER ABATE ANNUAL TOY RUN - Southernmost Chapter ABATE Annual Toy Run.  10:30am-12:30pm Roll out from 5 different locations from Key West to Key Largo (see flyer), everyone invited to participate, accepting donations of new unwrapped toys for children ages 1-10 yrs old, benefits 6 centers, shelters & organizations.   1-4pm Ends at Safari Lounge / Caloosa Cove, mile marker 73, Lower Matecumbe, info Martina 305-2895442, Web Site:  http://southernmost. FEBRUARY 13 - 7TH ANNUAL "SILVER MAGIC" CAR AND BIKE SHOW - 7th annual "Silver Magic" car and bike show. Date: Feb., 13th Time: 10:00am-3:00pm. Location: Mariner High School Football stadium 701 Chiquita Blvd. Cape Coral, FL Registration fee: $15 pre-register, $20 day of show. All proceeds benefit the Mariner High School "Silver Magic" marching band, over 100 trophies awarded for car and motocycle classes (Judged show by industry professionals) many door prizes given out during the day, live professional D.J., free dash plaque to all pre-registered vehicles and bikes, full concession stand, industry related vendors on hand. For show information call Robert @ 239-728-1874 or e-mail yohoincc@ or

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) Handlebars In The Wind 1st Sunday, All day ride 3341 Colonial Blvd. Ft. Myers 239-277-7777 JJ Muggs Stadium Grill Abacoa Town Center Jupiter, FL 561-630-9669 Pier 2 Resort Bikers Pool Party (2nd Sun) 2200 US Hwy 441 SE Okeechobee, FL 863-763-8003 Pompano Harley-Davidson 1st Friday of the Month 2900 Center Court Circle Sunrise, FL (954)-545-3200 RJ BONES 3rd Saturday of the Month 19581 Palm Beach Blvd Alva, FL 239-690-BONE RJ Gator 3rd Sunday of the Month US Hwy 27 N. Sebring 863-382-0349

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 TJ's Leather Last Sunday of Month 1423 US 27 N. Seabring, FL 863-471-9453 Treasure Coast H-D 3rd Sat. of every month Customer Appreciation Day 4967 S.E. Federal Hwy. 772-287-3871 FL2-G Yellow Jackets Gold WIng Riders 1st 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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Missy's Misdemeanors By Missy Prégeant

In today’s economic climate there was a bit of relief - October 9th Harley Davidson Ft. Myers & Naples got together and held their ONE BUCK Bike Night at their Ft. Myers Store. The beer was only a $1 each and hot dog/chips/water OR soda was available for a donation to Bikers For Babies. A great cause – so please join the March of Dimes 9th Annual Bikers for Babies for 3 Party Packed Days/Oct 30th, 31st AND 11/1 at the Harley Davidson in Ft. Myers. The One Buck Bike Night’s band was awesome playing a variety of music. The music entertained everyone from the two little beauties in matching dresses dancing with their Mama and whooping it up on the dance floor…to the older generation that was also whooping it up on the dance floor. Make sure you come out for the next Bike Night at Harley Davidson Naples on November 13th (FRIDAY, of course). I also got to enjoy Biketoberfest although I only went for one day and night – it was a quick trip, but I was glad I at least got there for Saturday as the event was drawing to a close. Main Street was packed on Saturday night – with LOTS to see. I heard lots of great music (both live and DJ inspired), dancing, drinking and pure craziness – but I have to say that watching the bikes running down the street was my favorite as long as I had a cold beer in hand! And, OMG – a shout out to my friends Vicki and Stevo with Lightning Rod Motorcycles (Tampa Bay Area) for all those wonderful trophies they won at Panama City’s Thunder Beach Motorcycle Rally AND Biketoberfest!!! Congrats you guys – keep it up!!!

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A few months ago, I was sitting in my office when my cell rang. It was an associate calling from out of state with a magazine publisher on the line. The publisher asked “Hey, what ever happened to last year’s (2008) Florida HB 137, you know, that Vertical Tag law?” I gave him the Cliff Notes version, and continued with my work. About two weeks ago, I was chatting with Scribe, ABATE of Florida, Inc.’s Legislative Trustee, when he told me a friend of his had just been pulled over in Naples for riding his bike that had its license plate mounted vertically. The biker had to have his bike towed and now has to appear in court. I keep hearing about people calling their friends down here in the Sunshine State asking the same questions; “Can I ride in Florida with my chopper and its vertical tag?, If I can’t then I’m not coming to Bike Week!” With all these stories in mind, lets take a few minutes and break down what the final result is from the 2008-2009 Florida Legislative Session’s HB 137. This bill was introduced by Republican Representative Carlos Lopez-Cantera of Miami during last year’s FL Legislative Session. Representative Lopez-Cantera’s original bill would inflict specific penalties on motorcycle riders, specifically sport bike riders, including a third time offender of reckless driving or speeding in excess of 30 MPH above the posted speed limit, would suspended the rider’s license for TEN YEARS and require the person to FORFEIT THEIR MOTORCYCLE. In addition, this bill ONLY APPLIED TO MOTORCYCLES. I know some don’t like the way bikers look, but this would be legally endorsed discrimination! After looking deeper into the language of this bill, it included many penalties for different things, including having a tag (license plate) affixed to a motorcycle in any manner other than perfectly horizontal. ABATE of Florida Inc’s Delegation gave marching orders to its President & Lobbyist, James “Doc” Reichenbach, who proceeded to fight vigorously against this bill at the State Capitol. Many of ABATE of Florida, Inc’s almost 8,000 members notified their legislators explaining the obvious discrimination against motorcycle riders as well as the blatant potential government intrusion against individuals’ right to own a vehicle. After all was said and done, ABATE of Florida, Inc., although not happy with the bill at all, ended up getting it modified to applying only after 50 MPH over the posted speed limit is reached, no vehicle forfeiture at all, and it now applies to ALL MOTOR VEHICLES. What about the vertical/horizontal tag portion you ask. Well, we were told that it was supposed to have been taken care of. HOWEVER, in January 2009, ABATE of Florida, Inc. began hearing that local Sheriff’s Offices were going to levy a fine for a 2nd offense of the new State Statute 316.2085 (what HB 137 became) of $2,648 for not having a horizontally mounted tag! Over TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS! Not to worry. Doc Reichenbach made some phone calls and the committees that approved the bill admitted that the final language as it applies to motor vehicle tags was not what they intended. In the end, on June 19, 2009, Florida Governor Crist signed the amended bill into law, removing the “horizontal” portion. To sum this all up: YES,


Here’s the exact wording as it is printed in FL law: 316.2085 Section 4. Subsection (3) Riding on motorcycles or mopeds.— The license tag of a motorcycle or moped must be permanently affixed to the vehicle and may not be adjusted or capable of being flipped up. No device for or method of concealing or obscuring the legibility of the license tag of a motorcycle shall be installed or used.

Lockdown, State PR/Communications Trustee, ABATE of Florida, Inc.

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NOVEMBER 1 - WEBSTER MONTHLY SWAP MEET, CAR & BIKE SHOW - Located at Webster Westside Flea Market, 516 NW 3rd Street (CR 478 & NW 3rd St.), Webster, FL 33597. Gates open 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM the 1st Sunday of every month rain or shine. General admission $4.00, children under 14 FREE. Show & Corral (for sale by owner) registration $7.50. Club/Organization Participation Award (10 or more vehicles registered). Trophies & Cash Prizes! Vendors welcome: outside 15’ x 30’ spaces $15; covered 10’ x 10’ spaces $10. ATM always on site. Info 800-832-3477, reservations 352-628-4656. Contact Jackie Smith. Email: or and www. NOVEMBER 14 - ART BREAKERS COASTAL RIDE FOR THE CAUSE - Art Breakers Coastal Ride for the Cause. Sponsored by Art Breakers Foundation, Woody's BBQ, Elks Lodge 829, First Coast Honda. Registration will begin at 8:30 am and the 81 mile ride will start at 10:00 am. The ride will begin at the Elks Lodge on A1A South in Saint Augustine. After the ride there will be an Art Gala with live music, adult beverages and food. For more information call (904) 377-2431 go to NOVEMBER 14 - 9TH ANNUAL NORTH FLORIDA BOX RUN - 9th Annual N Florida Box Run for Operation Christmas Child.  7:30am - Each participant shall bring a gift filled shoe box or each participant can adopt a shoebox @ $20 per participant. To adopt a shoe box include a $20 check for each participant. Make check payable to Samaritan's Purse/Operation Christmas Child. For Shoe Box Run reservations and information contact: Colleen Ruehl 850-5561787 or, NOVEMBER 15 - BIKERS ON PARADE FOR THE USA - Bikers on parade for the USA - Sponsored by Harley Davidson of Ocala, Nationwide Ins., American Red Cross. The 23 mile non-stop police escorted parade through the heart of Gainesville begins at Santa Fe College.  Registration will begin at 9:00 am.  The ride starts at 12:45 pm. This ride is to honor Military, Law Enforcement, EMTs and First Responders that put their live on the line for all of us. For more information call (352) 359-1070, or go to http://www. NOVEMBER 15 - PUTNAM FAIRGROUNDS SWAP MEET Putnam Fairgrounds 3rd Sunday Swap Meet and Show. Sponsored by WW Productions, Inc. The motorcycle swap meet will be held at 117 Yelvington Road. Gates open at 8:00 am. Admission is $4.00. Children under 14 get in free. A outside 15 X 30 space is $20.00 and inside 10 X 10 spaces are $15.00 if reserved in advance. Available spaces are an extra $5.00 on the day of the show. For more information call 352-505-8287 NOVEMBER 28 - RIDE THE TURKEY OFF - Ride The Turkey Off. Sponsored by Rolling Thunder Jax Chapter 4. The ride starts at Adamec Harley Davidson, 8909 Baymeadows Road in Jacksonville. Registration is from 8:30 am to 10:30 am and the ride leaves at 11:30 am. The ride fee is $10.00. The ride will end in Lake City. The ride will support the Robert H. Jenkins, Jr. Veterans' Domiciliary Home. For more information call (904) 370-0250,

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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

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NOVEMBER 1 - WEBSTER MONTHLY SWAP MEET, CAR & BIKE SHOW - Located at Webster Westside Flea Market, 516 NW 3rd Street (CR 478 & NW 3rd St.), Webster, FL 33597. Gates open 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM the 1st Sunday of every month rain or shine. General admission $4.00, children under 14 FREE. Show & Corral (for sale by owner) registration $7.50. Club/Organization Participation Award (10 or more vehicles registered). Trophies & Cash Prizes! Vendors welcome: outside 15’ x 30’ spaces $15; covered 10’ x 10’ spaces $10. ATM always on site. Info 800-832-3477, reservations 352-628-4656. Contact Jackie Smith. Email: or and www.websterautoswap. net. NOVEMBER 8 - SPACE COAST HOG PRIMARY EVENT RIDE - Leaves O-HD East, Lake Underhill Rd at 8:00am for the March of Dimes Escorted Ride. This ride is 65 miles long, taking 1.25 hours with NO stops/pickup points. Registration for Bikers for Babies is from 8:30 - 10am with the ride starting at 11am. Bikers will return at 1pm and will be served lunch and can enjoy the local band entertainment. Pre-Register at wd_regp04.asp?v=5&RideId=35915_57686 is $25 per Rider and $10 per passenger if you register online before November 1st. After November 1st, the cost is $35 per Rider and $10 per passenger. Bikers for Babies is a 65 mile ride escorted by the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office through Brevard county to raise money for the March of Dimes mission – to prevent premature birth, birth defects and infant mortality and to ensure that all babies are born healthy. NOVEMBER 21 - FALLEN BIKER MEMORIAL RIDE 2nd Annual Fallen Biker Memorial.  10-11am Registration at NPI Center, 689 Deltona Blvd, ph 386804-2221.  Escorted ride, ceremony, balloon release, chapter challenge, bike show, door prizes, free boot shine, bike games, kids activities, free event. food $5.00 per person. all vehicles welcome, info Steve 386-804-2221,, Loren King, 407222-6625, FEBRUARY 26 - MARCH 7 - DAYTONA BIKE WEEK The rally is headquartered at Riverfront Park, across from Daytona Harley-Davidson. Opens at 9:00 am. Rally events are spread in and around the Daytona area. Events include bike shows, bike games, contests, vendors, music and more. For more information go to bwhome.html.

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

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

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

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

Full Throttle 97 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


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


620 Hickman Circle Sanford 407-831-7888

Hedonist custom cycle

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


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

Kissimmee motorsports

2485 Hwy 17-92 Sanford 321-0422

6440 N. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL

beer: 30 grille & pub

5812 S. Ridgewood Port Orange 761-5147


millers custom parts moine cycle warehse.

1301 Atlanta Ave. Orlando, FL

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

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

9334 E. Colonial Drive Orlando 273-3579

806 N. Beach Street Daytona Beach 257-1300

1365 Bennett Drive Suite 101 Longwood 407-834-5007

1533 Ridgewood Ave. Holly Hill 615-1449

cycle & ski concepts

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

orlando yamaha


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


cycle sports center

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


2105 French Ave. Hwy. 1792 Sanford 330-2056

daytona fun machines

1903 S. Ridgewood Ave S. Daytona 767-8133

cycle riders

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


scooters cycle

1113 N US 1 Ormond Beach 386-676-3832

dale's ales of orange city

Space Coast Harley-Davidson

745 Ridgewood Ave., Holly Hill 255-5596

dirty harry’s

701-705 Main St. 252-9877

dj’s deck

79 E. Dunlawton Ave. Port Orange 760-2277

Earl’s Hidaway

white eagle lounge

5533 US 1 Old Dixie Hwy. Krona 437-2341


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


Pineda Inn porky’s Scores

6590 Old Winter Garden Rd. Orlando, FL

Sebastian Beach Inn

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

smiley’s tap


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

advance paging

233 East State Rd. 434 Longwood 831-6339

affordable screen

811 Willma St. Longwood


All Steel Buildings

2593 Clank St. Suite 105 Apopka 295-2728

barney’s leather

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

buckle & hide

514 Main Street Orlando 253-9375

candance reed hair design

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

c & d Leather Orlando

Flea World #7, #9 Hwy 17-92


460 SR 436 Suite 104 Castleberry 407-331-7600

chopper design serv.

1365 Benette Dr. #101Longwood 834-5007

Cross Roads Leather

7565 Starky Seminole 33777

THE helmet shop

546 Ballough Rd. Daytona Bch., FL 32114

hot leathers factory

801 Main Street; Daytona Beach 238-1048

280 North SR 415 Osteen 321-2399

frank's place



146 N. Clark Rd. Ocee, FL 34761

froggers grill & bar

4459 N. Pinehills Road. Pine Hills 293-3199

froggys’ saloon

800 Main Street 259-0330

Gator’s Riverside Grille

4255 Peninsula Point Sanford 688-9700


gillys’ pub 44

grizzly bar & grill

400 Savage C., Longwood 339-1263

Handle Bar and Grill

3925 Clarcona-Ocoee Rd., Orlando, FL

hardcore custom cycles

110 Fairview Ave. Daytona Beach 386-253-1703

407) 253-2227

whiskey river north

3730 S.R. 46 Sanford 328-9096

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

2800 Melonville Sanford 321-5015

25629 Edgewater Dr, Orlando


520 N. Palmetto Sanford 322-2150

foxhead lounge

exotic custom CHOPPERS



704 S Lakeshore Bld. Howy In The Hills

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

600 N Hwy 17-02 Longwood, 339-4949

3834 Commerce Loop, Orlando 32808 407-293-2228

6060 S. U.S. 1 Grant 32951

Hwy 309 Georgetown 467-3956

1440 Executive Circle N.E. Palm Bay 32905

street wi ze

Ozzie Crab House

diamond backs

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

Deland Motorsports

orlando brewing

U.S. 1 Rockledge 32940

Space Coast bourget

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


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

5507 Edgewater Drive, Orlando 291-6562

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

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

cathouse saloon

sinister cyclesports

daytona harley-davidson

290 N. Beach St. Daytona Beach 253-2453


Captain Hairam’s

3770 37th St. Orlando 423-0346

crank & Chrome

cactus bob’s

150 U.S. 1 Sebastian 32958



custom works

310 Main Street 386-258-9506

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

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

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

custom iron

boot hill saloon

Lou’s Blues

3705 State Rd 44

cruise amer. motorcyce CURLY JIMS

1602 W. Airport Blvd. Sanford 323-1499

willy’s place

330 Madison Ave., Daytona Beach 248-8409

last resort bar

1566 S. French Ave. Sanford 330-1275

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

2915 Orange Blossom Trail Kissimmee 931-1409


1040 Nursery Road. Winter Springs 695-6002

Clermont H-d

2480 S. Hwy 27 Clermont 352-243-7111


jerry’s italian restAURANT & pizza

mad creations custom cycles

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

390 N. Beach St. Daytona Beach 258-3777

1068 N. US 1 Ormond Beach 677-1550

tri-city cycles

horse saloon

Junkyard saloon

Mobile Motorcycle Repair

carl’s speed shop

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


bar out back

7551 S Hwy 17-92 Fern Park

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


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

the trike shop

401 South Ocean Drive Ft. Pierce 34949

101 W. Cypress St. Kissimmee 870-5571

118 E. Fairview Ave. Daytona Beach 257-2269

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

410 N. Beach Street Daytona Beach 257-0609


legends cycles

348 Mason Ave, Holly Hill 253-1738

Boar's Nest Cycle Shop

hooter’s of merritt island

125 N. Sykes Creek Blvd. Merritt 32953

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

2881 N. Jouh Young Pkwy Kissimmee , FL

541 Ballough Rd. Daytona Beach 258-8020

bmw motorcycle of daytona

Treasure Coast Harley-Davidson

4967 S.E. Federal Highway Stuart 34997

hog heaven

holly & dolly

512E Semoran Blvd. Casselberry

hooter’s Of melbourne

877 S. Babcock Melbourne 32901

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

ted’s diner

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

the oyster pub

555 Seabreeze Blvd. Daytona Beach 255-6348

the shark house

2929 N. Ocean Shore Blvd. Flagler 439-1000

trader jack's roadside

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

tucan willies

829-Eyrie Dr. Oviedo 366-6225

willie's "legendary" shark bar

i zod bike trailer rental magic bailbonds

1610 Tropic Mark Dr. Sanford 322-0000

main street leather

822 Main Street Daytona Beach 238-5564


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


1876 State Road 20 Hawthorne 352-481-3367

tobacco exotic

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


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

willies tropical tattoo inc.

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

winter park pawn

2238 W. Fairbanks Ave. Winter Park 644-8747

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

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The start of Biketoberfest always starts with The Boggy Creek signup and run. This year the signup at Destination Daytona was bigger than ever. Bikers from all over came, not just to signup but to pay tribute to the man who started it all 15 years ago, the late Bruce Rossmeyer. I know Bruce was looking over the run with that big smile of his and was proud of everyone that helped keep his dream going. With over 1200 riders and over a mile of bikes, it was a site to see. Next year the run will be called the Bruce Rossmeyer Run for children. This year there was over $105,000 dollars raised befor the registration was added to bring the total over $200,000. Man, what a great thing Bruce Rossmeyer started. I hope, for years to come, we can all help to keep his dream going.

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