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our friend dave carter is still not doing well
April 2014 • Issue 174 • Still $3 bucks
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OUR FRIEND DAVE CARTER IS STILL NOT DOING WELL - READ ABOUT DAVE ON PAGE 12
Piggin’ out at Delora’s birthday party
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In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
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In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
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In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
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Around So Fla
Peterson’s North
by Miami Mike, Publisher
[email protected]
There was a lot going on
during March besides
Daytona Bike Week. I
haven’t been up there since
1998 and I don’t miss the
crowds, although this year
the turnout was only about
400,000... down from a
projected turnout of 1.2
million, which I don’t
think would ever happen. The few people I
talked to, plus Gabe and Axman, said it was
not a great party but people could pretty much
ride anywhere quickly and get a drink a lot
faster. (That sounds like a good thing to me
anyway) The first 4 days had the usual cold
and wet weather but the last 6 days turned into
perfect Florida weather. Daytona Beach Police
Chief Mike Chitwood said that arrests for
drunk and disorderly conduct were few, and
only a few motorcycles were reported stolen.
By the last day of Bike Week there were
unfortunately four fatal motorcycle accidents.
Leesburg is coming up the end of April so
those of you who are attending need to be
aware that the police are looking hard at bikers
who are riding stupid (or drunk). So make sure
you don’t get arrested... or killed. Being dead
is not a good thing, and neither is going to jail
for DUI.. but you can ride and drink again
when you get out of jail.
I did attend a few events during the month.
Peterson’s Harley-Davidson is celebrating their
60th Anniversary all year long and the party
started at both stores. The crowds were pretty
good at both locations. They offered food,
music and lots of special deals through the
stores. At the North store they also celebrated
Mr. P’s birthday with a large cake. Phil was
able to attend as did his wife Charlie and they
both seemed to enjoy being the celebrities that
they are. Congrats to the whole Peterson
Family on being “our family” for the last 60
years.
I met EB Chester, owner of Chesters Harley
during the 1 year Anniversary of Chester’s Ft.
Laud. Harley on the evening of March 7th. I
wish Mr. P. could meet EB because they seem
to be made from the same mold. I only talked
to EB for a few minutes and found him to be a
real down to earth guy. The party at Chesters
was off the wall... not a huge crowd but a
happy one, especially when EB and Joel
started “shooting” t-shirts into the crowd.
Congrats to Chester’s on their 1st Florida
Anniversary. I know you will have many more.
I rode over to Cagney’s for a memorial event
for Steve Lambach, who was a bartender at
Mr. P
&
Charlie
EB
Chester
Chester’s
Eddie
G
Miami Mike continues on page 50
In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
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RIDING, DOWN SOUTH
“In Loving Memory of My Dad”
By Axman... [email protected]
Last month was a busy one for me. I attended and took photos at four
different weddings. All of them were beautiful affairs with stunning
looking brides and grooms, great food, a lot of people and awesome
venues. The best thing was that I got paid for three out of the four. I
truly enjoy covering all the bike events and to create memories for you.
However, it gives me even more pleasure to capture your special
moments.
On Sunday (02/23) I had the honor to attend and to shoot Dan (DWB
MC) & Alicia’s wedding which took place at the Orange Brook Country
Club in Hollywood. This was a very great place. Everything was nicely
decorated. Alicia looked amazing. Even Dan had cleaned up pretty well.
I usually only see him in his biker gear sporting the Dirty White Boys
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Heaven Cycle Steve & Road Rage Jorge
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MC patch on his vest. About sixty
to seventy guests had gathered to
watch the ceremony which was
held by Reverent (also DWB
member) and to enjoy the party
thereafter. I have to admit that
Reverent did a mighty fine job.
The ceremony was heartfelt, short
and sweet and everybody enjoyed
the food and the actual party.
Congratulations again to Dan &
Alisha. Thank you very much for
the opportunity to be part of your
“Big Day”.
On Sunday (03/02) I had two
events on my schedule. Peterson’s
Harley-Davidson celebrated their
60th Anniversary of serving the
South Florida Biker
Community. A little
further down south the
Hermandad MC held
their Annual at the
Booby Trap in Doral.
Both were events I did
not want to miss.
I rode over to the
Peterson’s North Store
first. Along with their
60th Anniversary they
also celebrated Mr. P’s
Birthday. I arrived just
in time when the
birthday cake was
Axman continues on page 12
In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
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SFPC NOW!
by “Tattoo Dave” Amchir
[email protected]
National President, Wings of Gold MC
Director, SFPC Toys in the Sun Run
Preparations for this year’s Toys in the
Sun Run are underway. This year’s toy
run date is December 7th, Pearl Harbor
Day. We will have full military honors
with a 21 gun salute recognizing our men
and woman in uniform; past, present and
the freedom of our country. I had a very
positive meeting with E.B. Chester,
owner of Chesters Harley-Davidson and
they definitely are going to step up and
come on board to help us achieve bigger
entertainment for this great event.
Presently, we are working on securing
ZZ Top or Santana as our main classic
rock headliner. We realize the power of
radio alone is not enough in today’s
society so we will capitalize using social
media in every way possible to advertise
this event throughout the United States. This years toy run logo and
artwork is finished and has been uploaded to the toyrun website so
please check it out at www.toysinthesunrun.com or visit us on facebook.
Also, preparations for
this year’s 19th Annual
South Florida Tattoo Expo
is also underway. The
dates for the event are
August 8th, 9th and 10th
at the Coral Springs Marriott hotel. You can make your room reservations now by calling the hotel
directly at 954-753-5598. Make sure to mention the Tattoo Expo for the special rate. The new artwork
logo is also up on the expo website as well as information on vendor and artist booths. Please visit the
site at www.floridatattooexpo.com or visit us on Facebook. Please remember if you are planning to
stay in the hotel to party and enjoy the festivities, please make reservations soon as the hotel will sell
out before the event. We will also be adding a bike show in conjunction with the car show on Sunday
August 10th.
For more information on the car and bike show you can contact Steve from the Cruisers of South
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Motorcycle Clubs and Associations upcoming annuals and parties by checking out the SFPC calendar
of events for months and
dates, as well as their fliers
advertising the event in
Wheels on the Road.
Till next month be cool,
Dave
In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
14 Years - April 2014 • Issue #174 • Page 11
THE DAVE CARTER UPDATE!!!
Dave’s condition has not improved.
Lisa and Chelsea appreciate all the
support they are getting from the
community. Lisa is taking time off
and Chelsea is working at Play By
Play - stop in and say hi.
Dave’s Prayer service has been
moved to the American Legion Post
142 in Pompano, Sunday morning at
10:30 until Dave wakes up. Jerry,
from the WindRider Church,
conducts the services. Keep Dave in
your thoughts and prayers. Miracles
can and do happen. Miami Mike
I’m not
doing
well, keep
praying.
Axman continues from page 9
about to be cut. It
was great to see
Mr. and Mrs.
Peterson. They
both looked really
great. Vendors
displayed their
goodies, free
demo rides were
offered. I would
have loved to take
a test ride on a
2014 Street
Glide, but
unfortunately I
was in a rush to
get over to cover
the Hermandad
event. Besides
this, I could not
afford a new
scoot anyway. I just stayed for a little while longer to watch ‘Hipnosis’
perform. I liked them a lot and I will have to make sure I catch another
one of their gigs very soon.
By the time I arrived at the Booby Trap the party was in full swing. It
was a very hot day and the
majority of the people
enjoyed the air-conditioned
environment, cold drinks
and hot babes that were
showing off their talents.
As I always say, boobies
and beer go very well
together.
Everybody was
hanging out for
a long time. On
behalf of
Bigote and his
men I would
like to thank
everybody that
came out in
support of their
Annual.
On Thursday
(03/06) my
wife and I
started our mini vacation. It
was a road trip to Rock
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Hill, SC to attend my wife’s cousin’s Elyse and Arturo’s wedding. We
had planned to take our bikes but the weather was absolutely shitty that
day. Not only was it raining cats and dogs, the winds were also very
strong. The weather forecast for the greater Rock Hill area did call for
temperature in the thirties and lower forties. Therefore we decided to
“cage” it. I did not regret the decision one bit on our way to
Jacksonville. However, the remaining
days I was really ticked off that we
did not take our bikes as the weather
was absolutely perfect for riding. It
was very nice spending some time
with our friends Kevin & Debbie. It
was a great opportunity to catch up
with them and to relax. We stayed
with them on Thursday and Friday
and Kevin prepared some great
dinners both nights. On Saturday (03/
08) we loaded up the car and drove up
to Rock Hill, SC where our hotel was
located. All our extended family was
booked in the same hotel. This was a
very nice experience to have everybody at the same place. Some of the
family members we had not seen in a very long time. Rachel and Jeff are
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living in St.
It was dead at the Iron Horse...
Louis, MO.
They have two
kids that we
had only seen
in photos.
Same goes for
the kids of
Evan and
Becca from
Chattanooga,
TN. We had
never met their
youngest
daughter,
Lulu, who was
absolutely
adorable.
Annie and her boyfriend Dan came in from Boston. On Friday night a
big reception was held at a banquet hall in Charlotte, NC. We had a lot
of fun. The following morning our entire family had breakfast in the
hotel. Since the actual wedding was not until 4pm that afternoon a bunch
of us went to Charlotte, NC ( about 30 miles from our hotel ) to wander
around downtown. It is a very pretty and clean city. We managed to find
an Irish Pub where we
had the best Bloody
A lonely
Mary’s (served with a
bartender
huge blackened
at Bike
shrimp). The actual
Week
wedding was a very
beautiful and a classy
affair. It was an
outside wedding and
the weather
cooperated very
nicely. We partied
into the early hours.
Congratulations
Arturo & Elyse.
The following
morning (03/10) we
had another great
family breakfast and
around 11am we got into
our car to head back to
Jacksonville. We stopped
for a great lunch in the
historic part of Savannah.
We found a really cool
restaurant right on the
water overlooking the
entrance to the port of
Savannah. Right about
when they were serving
our food a huge container
ship passed by. (This
reminded me I would
have to report back to
work in two days.) We
ordered another drink
and then motored to
Jacksonville where
Kevin & Debbie had
prepared another great
meal. We like “Hotel
Kevin & Debbie” a lot
as they always serve
great food, plenty of
cold drinks and a piece
of chocolate on the
pillow cases each night.
Guys, thank you very
much for your
hospitality.
The following day we
headed home but we
made quick pit stops at
Axman continues on page 42
In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
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SMILES Ride 4 Kids will go in the history books
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However, there may be an alternative event but it is way too
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Ultimately,
there is only
so much time in the day and money in our wallets to attend
every event.
The logistics to plan and execute our Smiles Ride is
enormous and takes many people and man hours to do. I am
very grateful for the group of wonderful folks who over the
years gave of their time, effort and ambition without
hesitation. You know who you are. To you I say “Thanks” and
am very proud to have been associated with you.
Going back to my days at Ft. Lauderdale HOG in 1999, to
today in 2014 with BBRCF, it has been a great ride. My wife
Maryann has stood by me through all of it. I took time away
from family, my job and business’ and I permitted these
activities to dominate my life for the last 15 years. I cannot
and will not let it do that over the next 15 years.
It’s time to focus on our future and our
grandchildren. Will I assume a lesser roles for
activities? Yes. But I will not let any event, ride
or activity consume my life like I have for so
many years.
On Tuesday, March 25th, I went through
another personal letdown by others who I so
boldly and without question gave of my time,
knowledge, energy and expertise only to be let
down and put out like last week’s trash. Now is
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the time for me and my
wife to look to our future
and what it holds for us.
That may even come
with a relocation to
another area or even
another state. You know,
you can only take so
much. Today I begin
purging those from my
life that serve no real
positive purpose and are
poison to the soul.
Be the nectar of
positivity with
those you know or
exit their lives
and do them a
favor.
I have always
acted in good
faith. At times I
may have been brash but
never with malice or
hatred. I worked my ass off
to do what was right and
serve the children. I will
not stop that and will
continue to do so when the
right opportunity presents
itself to me. So let’s look to
the future with great
anticipation and positivity
and move forward with the
zeal of a crusader.
God Bless and may you ride
happy, healthy, safely and Always
with a Smile. Ronnie C.
In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
14 Years - April 2014 • Issue #174 • Page 15
ABATE UPDATE
By Bars, SE Chapter President
[email protected]
The Southeast Chapter of
ABATE will be holding our
monthly meeting on April 13th at
the Davie Moose Lodge in
Davie. The Lodge is located at
4483 SW 64th Avenue (Davie
Road). We will be having the
second round of nominations for
the Board of Directors and
trustees. If you want to run for a
position you can even nominate
yourself. I hope to see you all
there.
On Saturday and Sunday the
22nd and 23rd of February the
Town of Davie held its 77th edition of the Orange Blossom
Festival. The Southeast Chapter of ABATE was asked to ride
in the parade and we brought 14 bikes. This was my first time
going to the festival and I could not believe how big it was.
There must have been about 100 vendors all selling
something different for you to look at. Our Sergeant at Arms
Jimmy Les was there with his 12’ x 20’ American flag to
raise some money for the Southeast Chapter and he did a
great job. Thanks Jimmy. If you would like him to bring out
the flag and set it up for your event you can call him at 954881-6571 and ask him. I’m sure he will do it for you if he
can.
On Saturday night the 22nd of February the Wheels of Man
MC of Deerfield Beach held their 41st Annual Poker Run at
their clubhouse. When we got there I counted at least a
couple of hundred bikes out front and the party was in full
swing. Badboy and the Sooner or Later Band were playing
the music for them. The States MC of Pompano Beach won
the prize for largest club participation. The President of 95
South won the poker hand and I won the 50/50 drawing. The
food was all homemade and the Shepherd’s Pie looked and
tasted great as did all the deserts. As always Indian and all
the Wheels put on another great party that lasted into the wee
hours.
The States MC of
Pompano Beach is still
serving dinner on
Thursday nights. Rich
and Sue (AKA Hitch
and Trouble) will be
doing the cooking. So
if you don’t want to
cook but rather go and
have a good time I suggest you go to States and have some
good food for $5.00 a plate. I for one do not miss a Thursday
night dinner so come out and enjoy the food and company.
On Saturday March 1st the Southeast Chapter of ABATE
set up our Safety and Membership booth at the American
Legion Post 180 for the American Legion Riders Biker Block
Bash & BBQ. This was the first time we were at one of their
parties to set up a booth. Manny and all the people from Post
180 made us feel really welcome. They had 14 vendors there.
There were 2 old Jeeps and military rifles for us to look at.
The music was by Sucker Punch, a country and western band
and they even let our Vice-President Poppie sit in on the
drums for a few songs.
On Sunday March 2nd we met at the American Legion Post
321 in Cooper City for a ride to Hermandad MC for their
Spring Annual at the Booby Trap in Doral. We took I-75
South to get there instead of going on the 826. I couldn’t
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believe what a
nice ride it was. It
was nice to see all the different
MC’s from Dade County partying together. Thank
you to Bigote for having it there instead of going to
another parking lot party.
I would like to thank all of the members of the Southeast Chapter of ABATE who
came out to our meeting at the Davie Moose Lodge on March 16th. Even though the
meeting place was changed at the last minute we had a good turnout. We had our
first round of nominations for chapter offices. After the meeting we took a ride to
Café 27 for a memorial service for Terry “The Blindman” Lanius who passed away
on November 25th of last year. We had about 50 people there to see his memorial
plaque placed in the Bikers Memorial Garden and to support Hope and family in
their time of need. Now we have one more reason to go out there for a ride. Rest in
peace Terry.
Remember, HERE TODAY GONE TODAY, Bars
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CO
STA RICAN RETIREMENT
COSTA
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The transfer to the rainy season started slowly in
March with a few showers a couple of times a week.
By April, afternoon rain will come every day for 8
months here in the central valley situated at 3,600 ft.
Of course, other parts of C.R. have different weather
patterns of less, or more rain certain times of the
year. As for me, I like the sound of rain on my tin
roof while getting some afternoon delight. On the
biker scene, a recent club ride took us up to 10,300 ft.
to a rainbow trout farm, and restaurant complex off
the Pan American Highway at the so called Mountain
of Death or Cerro de la Muerta that tops out at 11,300
ft. Once there, the welcoming staff hands you a
bucket, fishing line with a hook, all wrapped around
a cardboard paper towel holder, and worms, to cast
out to catch the elusive farm raised fish. For $10 a
kilo their restaurant will cook and serve it to you with
side dishes included. It is all pink inside and
delicious. Check out truchasselvamadre.com. After
eating, the temperature dropped down to 50 deg. The
cold and fog make for
freezing fingers and feet
until we rode down off the
mountain and into the
sunbathed foothills below.
Back in S.J. my buddy
Kabeto, of Motos
California, just finished his
Sportster Trike. Its the only
Sporty Trike in the
country... and he loves it.
Pura Vida, Doob
In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
14 Years - April 2014 • Issue #174 • Page 17
TAX TALK
by Michele Koscielniak
[email protected]
As I write this April tax article,
tomorrow is already the corporate
deadline, which means less than one
month before the individual tax
returns are due. (Probably 2 weeks
from the time you are reading this)
If you have not already done so, be
sure to put all your tax documents
together and run over to your tax
preparer. If you do need more time
to file, an extension can be filed, but
remember it is only an extension to
file, not to pay. I always advise my
clients to bring over the documents
they do have so we at least have an
idea of their tax situation. I believe
it is better to know if you are going
to owe so you can plan accordingly.
Not all tax issues are technical
and complicated. Just recently I ran into an issue with a potential new
client that had been filing using the incorrect filing status for many
years. She had been using the same tax preparer for 17 years and was
not aware that she did not qualify to file as head of household since she
was married and living with her husband. I realized the issue within 5
minutes of conversation. Meeting a client face to face and having just a
brief conversation can be invaluable. It is easy to forget to mention
some minor things in life that happened in the last 15 months. Those
same items can have a significant tax impact. Now how does someone
forget that they got married??? Someone else can write that article.
Using the correct filing status is very important as it affects how
much you pay in taxes. Your marital status on Dec. 31 is your status for
the whole year. If more than one filing status applies to you, choose the
one that will result in the lowest tax.
Filing statuses include:
Single
Married Filing Jointly
Married Filing Separately
Head of Household
Qualifying Widow(er) with Dependent Child.
Do not forget that the IRS does offer free income tax filing for those
who qualify.
The above is to provide general information but should not be solely
relied upon in the completion of your tax return or for tax planning. As
with most items related to tax, there are exceptions and limitations.
Please see your tax professional for assistance or call me at (561) 3721405. Michele
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Ronnie C
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CHUCK ON
THE RIGHT SIDE
[email protected]
http://chuckontherightside.blogspot.com/
Nobody Asked Me, but...
Photo by Mort
* How can the State of New York put
out ads, with a straight face, that
businesses are welcome and should
locate in the Empire State when they
have the highest business and personal
taxes in the country?
* How can the liberal media get all
excited about Gov. Chris Christie and
his “Bridgegate” problem (with no
smoking gun as of now), but practically
ignore the Fast & Furious, Benghazi,
I.R.S., and NSA scandals?
* How can the “environmental wacko’s”
continue to insist that “Fracking” for
natural gas and oil is dangerous to our
environment when Obama’s State
Dep’t. has given its O.K. by stating
that it is not a threat to our water
supply or to the environment as a
whole?
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check out a library book, or to collect a welfare check, without having a
lawsuit filed?
* How come our government wants to
spend more taxpayer money (or money
borrowed) than we take in in
government revenue, when our national
debt is already in the hole for $17.5
trillion and rising rapidly?
* How can potheads (people who
regularly use marijuana) continue to
claim that marijuana is a benign drug
when most all reputable medical
studies say that it is even more
dangerous (mind altering) than
tobacco smoke and just as addictive?
* How can the government plan to get
the unemployed workers work by
granting them 99 weeks of
unemployment checks without any
requirement that they prove that gainful
employment was diligently sought, but
couldn’t be found?
* How can the gay community
continue to claim that if they “love”
someone of the same sex, that that is
enough reason to scrap thousands of
years of the tradition of marriage
being defined as a relationship
between a man and a woman?
* How can schools suspend students for
taking an aspirin, or for a student who
brought a plastic food knife in to cut
their food, but the school can distribute
condoms, and offer advice to students
on how to get an abortion without their
parents consent?
* How can some of those “barracuda”
lawyers who “hawk” their legal
services to citizens, on T.V. and in the
press, to get on the SSI (disability)
bandwagon, sleep at night knowing
that most of their clients are not
“really” eligible for those government
benefits?
* How can Jos. A. Bank, the men’s
clothier, stay in business with their ad
claims of buy one suit and get three
“free”, when it is obvious that the one
suit purchased was over-priced in the
first place to make up for the other
freebies?
* How can the Justice Dep’t complain and bring a lawsuit against the
various states that asks voters to present an I.D. in order to vote, when a
person needs an I.D. to get on an airplane, cash a check, buy liquor,
* How come you can get arrested for
hunting or fishing if you don’t have a
license, but not, in many states and
cities, for entering the country illegally,
and in addition giving them food
stamps, housing and medical care?
* How can Obama and the Democrats
vilify the rich about being greedy at a
$40,000 a plate fund raising event to fill
up their campaign coffers.
* How can the “rich” people (the top 10%) who pay almost 70% of all
income taxes, be accused of not paying their “fair share” while 47%
don’t pay any income taxes at all?
Maybe now, somebody will ask me? Chuck
In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
14 Years - April 2014 • Issue #174 • Page 19
“Big Gay” won’t Screw with Muslims
David DiCrescenzo (Editor: www.thepatriotspress.com)
My Big, Fat, Gay, Muslim Wedding!
The title is composed of words that
will never be spoken by anyone ever!
I was sitting in my office thinking
about all the recent, stepped up
maneuvering and lawsuits by Big Gay
with regards to forcing Christian
business owners to do things against
their core beliefs and principles.
Specifically; regarding services
provided for same sex weddings and
the other faith or moral
conflicting events which
this will open the door
to. While refusing to
render such services
based upon religious or
personal reasons is not illegal yet for the targeted groups, it
is fast becoming a front burner issue in legislative bodies
across the country. A lot of people might say that it’s not
just Christians or Jews that are the focus of this; however, I
completely disagree and will do my best to briefly prove
my case.
For starters, we only hear of Christian business owners
being targeted on this issue. Never have I heard of a
Muslim baker, caterer, function hall manager, or any other
such business being asked and/or forced to perform
something they would find egregious.... nor will it ever
happen! No Muslim baker will ever be forced to bake a gay wedding
cake or a cake in the shape of a pig for a special event, nor will a
Muslim function manager be forced to allow or serve alcohol, and never
will a Muslim caterer be forced to serve non-halal foods.
Examples abound! Taxi drivers in MN airports, (Link #1) the
overwhelming percentage of which are Muslim, have been known to
refuse fares that may be carrying alcohol or other ‘objectionable’ items,
and outright refuse anyone with a service animal, (animals are
considered filthy). Maybe no one remembers that Muslim cashiers in
many stores do not have to touch or ring up non-halal products like pork,
etc.; or how about all of those driver’s licenses that look like burkas?
What about the video of a young cashier in an Australian KFC (Link #2)
who apparently had a little too much coffee before his shift and got very
‘emotional’ after a customer ordered some bacon and then started
recording his rant? Don’t even say it; that could happen here. For
another foreign country encounter that could and will happen in the USA
soon enough is this very pertinent story.
A lesbian )Link #3) recently tried to get a man’s haircut at a Muslim
barber shop in Canada, and that had about as much chance of flying with
the management as a lead balloon. Apparently she didn’t get the memo
that in Muslim societies men are generally of the opinion that women
have some sort of cooties or something like that and lesbian women are
a cut, (pardon the pun) below that. Suffice it to say, she was shown the
door in a very unceremonious, immediate fashion.
What should be obvious even to ‘coexist’ liberals without me
mentioning it here is that we in America, due to political correctness and
fear, wouldn’t dare attempt to force Muslim business owners to do what
we are attempting to force Christian and Jewish business owners to do.
Simply put, Big Gay figures it can get away with it with Christians and
Jews due to their general passivity, while they know very well that
Muslims, known to very often not play well with others, might very
quickly resort to extreme violence against them on a wholesale level.
Newsflash to Big Gay, you might want to check out how gay people
are treated in Muslim countries, or perhaps I can save you the time of
looking it up; they don’t bake wedding cakes for them, they kill them!
Let’s have a look at the very similar nonsense happening in the
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military. Very recently, special provisions have been made for members
of certain religious groups regarding garb, food, and all
the rest while Christians and Jews may not wear any
symbol of their faith in public view, pray, or have a
marked house of worship. I.E., the Crosses and Stars of
David are coming down while the turbans and gay
parties are coming out.
In the end, it is and has been very clear to anyone with
a set of reality vision eyes, that for many years Big
Gay’s agenda has declared open war on Christianity,
Judaism, society, and morality, and has given a
deafeningly silent pass to groups that would violently
oppose them. Sadly, I believe it will continue to get
worse.
Over the coming months, my readers can look
forward to lots more information concerning the
increasingly rapid moral decline of our culture and the
attacks on those who would stand up for their beliefs
and take a stand against that decline. Stay tuned...
Link #1...muslim cab drivers: http://abcnews.go.com/International/
story?id=2827800
Link #2...Australian KFC worker: https://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=AjnrbVxcRXw
Link #3...Lesbian denied haircut by muslim barbers: http://
godfatherpolitics.com/14563/lesbian-denied-haircut-male-muslimbarbers/
Please feel free to visit and browse my site at thepatriotspress.com.
Respectfully,
David DiCrescenzo
Publisher
The Patriots Press, LLC
www.thepatriotspress.com
[email protected]
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Dear Mr. Obama...
I’m planning to move my family and extended family into Mexico for my health, and I would like to ask you to assist me. We’re planning to simply
walk across the border from the U.S. into Mexico, and we’ll need your help to make a few arrangements. We plan to skip all the legal stuff like visas,
passports, immigration quotas and laws. I’m sure they handle those things the same way you do here. So, would you mind telling your buddy, the
President of Mexico, that I’m on my way over? Please let him know that I will be expecting the following:
1. Free medical care for my entire family.
2. English-speaking government bureaucrats for all services I might need, whether I use them or not.
3. Please print all Mexican Government forms in English.
4. I want my grandkids to be taught Spanish by English-speaking (bi-lingual) teachers.
5. Tell their schools they need to include classes on American culture and history.
6. I want my grandkids to see the American flag on one of the flag poles at their school.
7. Please plan to feed my grandkids at school for both breakfast and lunch.
8. I will need a local Mexican driver’s license so I can get easy access to government services.
9. I do plan to get a car and drive in Mexico, but I don’t plan to purchase car insurance, and I probably won’t make any special effort to learn local
traffic laws.
10. In case one of the Mexican police officers does not get the memo from their president to leave me alone, please be sure that every patrol car has
at least one English-speaking officer.
11. I plan to fly the U.S. flag from my housetop, put U.S. flag decals on my car, and have a gigantic celebration on July 4th. I do not want any
complaints or negative comments from the locals.
12. I would also like to have a nice job without paying any taxes, or have any labor or tax laws enforced on any business I may start.
13. Please have the president tell all the Mexican people to be extremely nice and never say critical things about me or my family, or about the
strain we might place on their economy.
14. I want to receive free food stamps.
15. Naturally, I’ll expect free rent subsidies.
16. I’ll need income tax credits so that although I don’t pay Mexican taxes, I’ll receive money from the government.
17. Please arrange it so that the Mexican Government pays $4,500.00 to help me buy a new car.
18. Oh yes, I almost forgot, please enroll me free into the Mexican Social Security program so that I’ll get a monthly income in retirement.
I know this is an easy request because you already do all these things for all his people who walk over to the U.S. from Mexico. I am sure that the
President of Mexico won’t mind returning the favor if you ask him nicely.
Sincerely a legal U.S. Citizen
Look how crazy this looks when you put it in writing! Pretty insane when you actually read and visualize it!
In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
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On Special Assignment
Good News
by Chef Joel - [email protected]
by Doug Scofield
[email protected]
CYA in Leesburg!
EASTER... it’s all about an empty tomb!
I would like to remind everyone that
Easter falls on April 20th this year and
CMA will be looking forward to seeing all
of you at their annual Easter Service at
Peterson’s Harley-Davidson of Miami at
10am. If you would like to attend Calvary
Chapel Fort Lauderdale’s Easter Service at
FAU Stadium go to www.calvaryftl.org
for times. I would like to encourage each
and everyone of you to attend an Easter
service. It’s an incredible time to hear and
learn about an incredible Love. Here on
the Treasure Coast Soldiers for Jesus MC
and Army of the Lord are holding an Easter service at Treasure Coast
Harley-Davidson of Stuart Florida from 10am till noon.
I have often shared how much I enjoy reading the bible. The theme of
this book is God’s love and mercy He has for His creation and the desire
He has for each of us. 2 Peter 3:9 “The Lord isn’t really being slow
about his promise to return, as some people think. No, he is being patient
for your sake. He does not want anyone to perish, so he is giving more
time for everyone to repent.”
The entire bible, from
Genesis to Revelation...
His desire, His goal for
us is clear. I think
Matthew puts it in a
right perspective for us...
Matt 6:25-34 “Therefore
I tell you, do not worry
about your life, what
you will eat or drink; or
about your body, what
you will wear. Is not life
more important than
food, and the body more important than clothes? Look at the birds of
the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your
heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they?
Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to his life? “And why do
you worry about clothes? See how the lilies of the field grow. They do
not labor or spin. Yet I tell you that not even Solomon in all his splendor
was dressed like one of these. If that is how God clothes the grass of the
field, which is here today and tomorrow is thrown into the fire, will he
not much more clothe you, O you of little faith? So do not worry, saying,
‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’
For the pagans run after all these things, and your heavenly Father
knows that you need them. But seek first his kingdom and his
righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.
The Israelites sought the Lord... Exodus13:21-22 And the LORD went
before them by day in a pillar of cloud to lead the way, and by night in a
pillar of fire to give them light, so as to go by day and night. He did not
take away the pillar of cloud by day or the pillar of fire by night from
before the people.
Today we have His word (the bible), prayer and faith. If you seek Him
with your whole heart your heavenly Father will take care of all your
needs. It’s a heart condition man and I pray that you seek after the things
of the Lord with the whole heart; 99% just won’t do. Remember Jesus
died for bikers too!
If we can be of any service please do not hesitate to call me at 954448-1235 or Billy at 305-790-9484 or e-mail me at
[email protected] .
Riding free in South Florida, Doug
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Well, Spring has officially sprung into town with absolutely perfect
weather for great rides locally or around Lake “O” or even down to the
Keys. Being April you should all know that it is time for the “18th
Annual Leesburg Bikefest” on the 25th, 26th & 27th. An update I
received as of 2 weeks ago is that “Jackyl” (w/ Jesse of the “Full
Throttle Saloon” TV show) will be playing on Sat. night instead of
“Everclear”. There was some sort of scheduling conflict. And on Sunday
the headliner is “Uncle Kracker” (Kid Rocks sidekick). Both should be
good shows. As of this morning, Rick and Kim, up at “Bee’s RV
Resort” where we stay in Clermont, still has sites available for tents,
campers, travel trailers and RVs. We have stayed there for the last 5 yrs
and have a blast. They are located just south of the “Days Inn” on 27
right near the Turnpike entrance. Give them a call at (352) 429-2116 for
info & be sure to mention I referred you. Also be sure to enjoy the riding
in the area in the daytime and just be aware of the local police and
Sheriff – even the State Troopers get in on the action now. And no joke
folks - they all have ZERO tolerance for drinking and riding around the
area the last few years. Drink and ride responsibly and do not bring
attention to yourself by doing anything that might catch their eye. The
local residents in the area are pretty accepting of us being there, but keep
in mind there are also quite a few elderly drivers on the road around
town that let’s just say... can be scary. Along with that be aware of the
import riders that like to fly around. They race those back country roads
at warp speeds and can come up on
you quick. Besides all of that - just be
safe and have fun and please get there
and back in one piece.
Here in town, I have been out only
a few times as many of you have
mentioned. I have actually been
taking care of “Harley” here at home
and just taking a break - please don’t
take it personal. The good news with
the pooch is the power of group
support and prayer might actually be
working. In the last 2 weeks he has
started eating again like a champ. His
pee does not have blood in it
anymore and his whole demeanor is
much better. He did however lose
close to 25 lbs. and is slowly getting
it back. I am hoping that the Vet was wrong with his cancer prognosis,
since no biopsy was actually done. If it was just a cyst and not a growthI am happy with that. Believe me I am not going to complain (I am
knocking wood as I type this). Again every day with him I understand is
a gift and I truly appreciate every one of them. Thank you big time to
whoever and all of you for your concerns and well wishes. Winnie is
much happier too - she knew something was going on.
Ok, now back to the local fun. As myself and a lot us of did for our
“St. Patty’s Day” fun we started out at “Café 27” to get the day going
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with “Top Priority”. As
always they put on a good
show. The highlight out
there now (in case you
didn’t notice) is that the
“shot girls” take turns and
get up and dance for your
viewing pleasure in front of
the band as they play. It
sure does add to the
atmosphere. Besides the
good tunes and sights, the
food is just as good. It is
also the best time of the
year to head out that way
before the extreme heat and
bird sized bugs slam you as
you ride. From there it
seemed every person in the
tri-county area made their way to “Flossie’s” to catch the action and the
always kick-ass tunes of “Mr. Nice Guy”. Just in case you have not
noticed - no matter where they play, they pack the house... and rightfully
so. Their varied array of songs is always a treat and really gets the party
going. And of course Pam and Lori and the staff as always equally kick
butt. The corn beef, cabbage and potatoes were delicious. And “Security
Bob” was going commando under his kilt... a true Scott. The crowd
looked great in their “greenage” as always and the whole day was just a
blast. The good news also was that there were no mishaps or incidents to
report that I heard of. That is always a plus. Good job people!!
type of engine imaginable there, from race
motors to Freightliners, Aston Martins and
every American or import too. They also do
full removal and re-installs at very good
prices. You would be amazed these days how
affordable it is to do a rebuild versus getting a
vehicle replaced. If interested be sure to tell
Joey or his boss Angel (just kiddin-but she
knows her stuff too) I referred you. (See their
color ad on page 52)
With the help of all involved I am hoping to
get the car done and back up to NY for my
Dad to
enjoy it
a bit
this
summer.
He is
the
original owner and also just had
his 87th birthday last month. So
let’s hope he does not read this
and gets a heads up on his
present.
Well that’s all for now. Just get
out there and enjoy this weather
before it gets too hot, and have a
great time in Leesburg. Stop by
and say heyy...
As always “Take Care and Ride Safe”, Chef Joel
Bagpipes?? I don’t need
no damn
bagpipes...
<< Somthing for the guys
at Cafe’ 27! (Above)
Something for the gals???
For those that may remember my project car a couple of years back,
my Dads 1970 MGB is back in gear again. It had to be put to the back
burner because of ca$h flow, and who does not understand that these
days. Through the power of some calls and recommendations from
Tattoo Dave and Kent (of Soulicide) I am actually making some
progress now. “Mohawk Bob” of Mad Mods and his Rat Rod fame is
getting ready to take the car in the near future to do the metal and body
work. People have told me that he is like the “metal works god”. I am
excited to see his handy work. As for the motor, it is over at a backhome brother’s shop in Ft Lauderdale. Joey D’Aleo (from Bklyn) at
“Modified Engine Re-Builders” has it in his main tech guy Joe’s hands
to get that hummm back in the motor. These guys have re-built every
In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
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We the People!
By Gabriel Carrera
([email protected])
Iron Butts, Weak Bike Week, & Bikers vs. Riders
Daytona Beach Bike Week: Bike
Week has come and gone, but it shall
not be forgotten. This year for some
reason the crowds were down to
approximately 400,000... less than
previous years and 4 bikers died
during the 10 day event. If you went to
Main Street it was packed, but then
again they always were jammed
during bike week sprinkled with a few
spring breakers and tourist gawkers.
Although I did not go to the Iron
Horse Saloon - many told me that it
was dead compared to previous years.
I spent a lot of time working on my
motorcycle preparing for the Iron Butt
Associations, Southern Swing 1K
Rally, at the Daytona Speedway. The Speedway vendors were fewer
than last year (what a surprise). I spoke to one local vendor who was set
up at the Speedway who told me that many people complained last year
that the prices for setting up were too high, and that the crowds were not
spending the money as previous years. Why pay $10K for a ten day spot
and leave in the negative after expenses.
Daytona also had much less to offer in my opinion. For example, when
you drove down Ridgewood Ave (U.S. 1) from Main Street to the Iron
Horse Saloon you should have passed the Suzuki/Kawasaki/Honda
dealership. Every year across the street in the empty lot was live music,
venders, bikini bike washes, and beer. This year there was zilch and it
seemed as if the dealership was just treading water regarding the
festivities. I guess if you’re riding a Jap bike you’re getting drunk on
Main Street wishing you owned a Harley.
Many of those Yankees up north got caught up in all those last-minute
15-inch snowstorms making Daytona Beach “Trailer Week” into “Bike
Week.” The weather had come down so hard up north that some of my
amigos could not make it down to Volusia County this year.
Temperatures during Bike Week dropped into the low 50° weather. I
saw Joe, the lead singer of Hired Gunz, on Facebook complaining he
was freezing... and he was in the sun. Even with the smaller crowds, the
cold weather, and less trailers clogging the streets, the vendors were not
giving deals whatsoever. I would ask for 10% and they looked at me like
I pissed in their cheerios! Maybe if the Chamber of Commerce of
Daytona Beach would lower their fees for vendors to do business we
would have a bigger and better bike week.
IRON BUTT SOUTHERN SWING 1000/1500: A small group of S.
FL Bikers traveled to Jacksonville during Bike Week to participate in
the Iron Butt Association’s, Southern Swing 1000/1500 Rally. Those
that went were Will Barkley, Mitch McCall, me the Attorney That
RIDES, “Rude” Jeff Kohn, and all the way from the great state of Texas,
Rex LeGalley, all Harley-Davidson riders. The ride took us through
Western Florida, Alabama, South Carolina, and Georgia, back through
Jacksonville, Florida. Being the hardhead that I am I decided to go the
opposite way that everybody else went. The trip was set up for you to
head west on I-10 from Jacksonville. I headed north on I-95 to my points
of interest (POIs). I was giving a rally flag with a number and I had to go
to every POI on the route and take a picture of the monument and the
POI. We left early in the morning on Thursday and we had to make it
back to Jacksonville and get a gas receipt that stated 5:45 AM. Anything
later was a disqualification of the run.
I drove north through Georgia scoring my first POI. Then I forwarded
to Beaufort, SC, Paris Island where the Marine Corps facility is located.
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I then drove my ass off, no pun intended, to Macon, GA Fort Benjamin
Hawkins. Fort Hawkins was established in 1806 by President Thomas
Jefferson and Indian Agent Col. Benjamin Hawkins as an official U.S.
Army Fort and Indian Factory for trading and meeting with Native
Americans This is where I discovered that I blew a header on the back
cylinder. I thought, “SHIT!” I’m out of the competition. I drove for 15
min until I found a cool ass GA brother named David Entrekin who
attacked my Road King like he was at a pit stop at NASCAR. 2.5 hrs
later I was back in the game roaring down back roads to Alabama.
The temps started dropping around 6 pm to the low 50’s high 40’s. I
arrived to Tuskegee, AL, to the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic
Museum that commemorates the contributions of African American
airmen in World War II. Moton Field was the site of primary flight
training for the pioneering pilots known as the Tuskegee Airmen. That is
where I forgot to raise my kick stand while driving off, thus breaking the
kick stand spring... double shit! Another hour wasted on the side of the
road make-shifting a bungee cord to do the job of a spring. So here I am
with a welded pipe, freezing cold temps, and a Mickey Mouse bungee
cord holding my kick stand up. What else could happen now? Keep
reading...
The arrival to the other POI’s were cool. I went to Montgomery, AL,
First White House of the Confederacy. This house was Jefferson Davis’
home while Montgomery served as the Capital of the Confederate States
of America and contains many of Davis’ personal belongings. Then to
Enterprise, AL; Dothan, AL; Madison, NW FL; and Two Egg, FL. Two
Egg, Florida is a small (very small) town in northwest Florida, with a
very unusual name. It has a general store and not much else. By now I
am done with the POI’s and hauling ass back to JAX in 36 degree
weather. About 2 hours out I got popped by FHP doing 92 MPH on I-10.
My TomTom said that my arrival time would be later than 5:45 am in
JAX... TRIPLE SHIT! Cop gave me the lowest amount since he felt
sorry for me driving my sled in 36 degree temps.
I was approximately 2 hrs out of JAX doing 5 above the speed limit
still feeling the sting of a ticket. All of a sudden I hear my pipes go loud
and I assumed that the weld on the header gave out. I felt like quitting,
but I could hear the voices of my Café 27 friends busting my balls, and I
told myself... f*ck it….I ain’t quitting no matter what my GPS says.
Pulled into JAX, and I ran my card at a gas station. The screen on the
pump told me my card was rejected to see attendant... WTF?!?!? I
entered the gas station to find five people waiting in line for the slow ass
cashier to attend them. I threw a $10 bill on the counter and when I was
handed my gas receipt it stated that the time was 5:39 AM. I was beside
myself because I had completed the ride with six minutes to spare!
IRON BUTT BANQUET: I had only slept four hours after riding the
Southern Swing 1000. My ride was verified and I became an Iron Butt
Association member. That evening was the annual banquet where people
from all over the world came to brag about their extreme rides and
receive their certification for those runs. It seemed as if all the Harley
riders were winning certificates, awards, and recognition for obtaining
these hard to get awards that evening. Even Mike Kneebone, who was
giving out the certificates of recognition, chided the BMW and Jap bike
riders that all the Harley guys were showing them up. (In Yo Face
Baby!)
One of the examples was Will Barkley who is from South Florida. He
broke the world record that was held by one of the long time member of
the IBA. The record from cold Prudhoe Bay, Alaska to Key West,
Florida was 86 hours. Will Barkley took the challenge on his Harley
Davison Street glide. Will Barkley broke the record by six hours and
when the banquet heard everybody stood to their feet clapping and
giving him a standing ovation. Will Barkley is well known in the long
distance motorcycle riding community because he won the 1st and 2nd
Hoka Hey Challenge. I have paid my thousand dollars entry fee for the
Hoka Hey Challenge and I will be leaving Key West, Florida on July 20,
2014, in riding my bike up to Homer, Alaska. Once I get to Homer
Alaska I will ride my bike the next day to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska to earn a
certificate in one of the Iron Butt Association’s extreme ride. I will be
Gabe continues on page 26
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Gabe continues from page 24
earning two awards because I will have to drive from
Prudhoe Bay down to Key West.
Joe of Hired Gunz Band (or Freezing Buns...)
THE SHIT HIT THE FAN: The reason I want to
complete on rides is because I had a public argument
with certain of the IBA leadership and some IBA good
“old boys,” that in my personal opinion do not like
bikers. I don’t want to get into slinging mud since I
am a newbie in the Iron Butt Association, but after the
banquet I was told that Rex LeGalley (TX) and I were
toxic, and due to our crazy good time that night he did
not want to be associated with us bikers. I ended up
telling him to go f*ck himself if he could
find his balls, and to step away from me.
Safe to say, I also told one of the IBA
higher-ups what they can do with
Thank’s to David Entrekin
me and Mike
themselves in graphic terms after being fueled by
Kentucky Fireball.
I ended up speaking with Mike Kneebone who is a
fantastic and reasonable guy in the Iron Butt Association.
I explained to him my version of my crazy night, he
confirmed my story, and apologized on behalf of the Iron
Butt Association for the way that I was treated. I wish
the offending party would give me apology, but I’ll take
what I can get. I guess there is a big difference between
Bikers and riders. Certain German bike riders view being
called a biker as an insult since bikers are low class,
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dirty, and possibly of criminal origin. Screw them all I say! I am a biker
and not a rider, but I will continue riding long distance events, and
earning awards to rub it in their faces. I am not going away, but rather
I’m going to ride harder, longer, and crazier than ever before.
If you want more details you’re going to have to approach me and ask
me about it, but until then ride safe and keep your knees in the breeze!
Gabe
In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
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2014 CALENDAR
APRIL 2014
6th -STATES MC -ANNUAL
12th - MYSTIC SEVEN MC - PARTY
13th - AOA PAULY 1%er MEMORIAL
19th - OUTCAST MC - ANNUAL
20th - CMA EASTER SERVICE
25th-27th - LEESBURG BIKEFEST
MAY 2014
4th - SOUTHERN MC - ANNUAL
18th - WINGS OF GOLD MC MIAMI - ANNUAL
25th - S.E. ABATE - MEMORIAL DAY EVENT
JUNE 2014
1st - DER KRIEGER MC ANNUAL
8th - NEW ATTITUDES MC - PARTY
14th - AOA JERRY, ROGER, AND KENNY 1%er MEMORIAL
22nd - WINGS OF GOLD MC FT. LAUD. - ANNUAL
29th - US MILITARY VETS MC S. BROWARD - ANNUAL
JULY 2014
12th - ALTERNATIVE MC - PARTY
19th - WHEELS OF MAN MC - CHILI COOK-OFF
AUGUST 2014
2nd - WINGS OF GOLD MC MIAMI - PARTY
4th-10th - 74th STURGIS MOTORCYCLE RALLY
8th-10th - SOUTH FLORIDA TATTOO CONVENTION
10th - AOA FT. LAUD. - ANNIVERSARY PARTY
SEPTEMBER 2014
7th - SOUTHERN MC - TEDDY BEAR RUN
13th - OUTCAST MC - PARTY
14th - STATES MC - KEY WEST TUNE UP PARTY
19th-21st - PETERSONS KEY WEST POKER RUN
28th - KELTICS MC - PARTY
OCTOBER 2014
4th - MYSTIC SEVEN - ANNUAL
11th - NEW ATTITUDES MC - ANNUAL
12th - S.E. ABATE - ANNUAL
16th-19th - DAYTONA BIKETOBERFEST
25th - WHEELS OF MAN MC - HALLOWEEN PARTY
NOVEMBER 2014
1st - HEATHENS MC - ANNUAL <<<<<<<<< Date change)
8th - US MILITARY VETS MC CH 1 - ANNUAL
9th - CMA - MEMORIAL EVENT
DECEMBER 2014
7th - SFPC TOYS IN THE SUN RUN
13th - PETERSONS TOY RUN BIKE DRAWING
13th - HERMANDAD MC - ALFREDO MEMORIAL/TOY RUN
14th - WINGS OF GOLD MC MIAMI - TOY RUN
20th - SFLCOC - CHRISTMAS PARTY
21st - CALVARY CHAPEL - CHRISTMAS SERVICE
UNITED BIKERS COUNCIL
OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
2014 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
April 2014
6 – Black Pistons M.C.
19 – Outcast M.C.
20 – AOA 420 Easter
May 2014
17 – U.S. Military Vets M.C.
June 2014
28 – ABATE
July 2014
6 – AOA
27 – Soldiers For Jesus M.C.
August 2014
10 – AOA South Florida
October 2014
26 - Alternative M.C.
December 2014
9 – UBCPBC Christmas Party
13 – Outcast M.C. PBC Event
20 – Sport Bike Event
(Coming soon
to Cagney’s???)
MONTHLY EVENTS
To list your SE Coast motorcycle event at no cost, email:
[email protected], fax or mail your flyer before the
20th. I “CRS” so I can’t remind you - you got to remind me. MM
• Fri - Outlaws MC WPB Open House at 7PM
• 1st Fri - Bike Night at Chesters Harley with Live Music
• 1st Fri - Soldiers for Jesus Open House 7-10PM
• 1st Fri - Enforcers MC First Friday of Month Party
• 3rd Fri - Cagney’s Big New Bike Night
• 4th Fri - American Legion Post 36 Bike Night
• Fri & Sat - O’Meara’s Irish Pub, Live Music at 10PM
• Fri & Sat - Keltics MC Open House, 954-232-4476
• Fri & some Sat - O’Malley’s Live Music 954-979-8540
• Fri & Sat - El Coqui open house, Hallandale 954-274-5523
• 1st Sat - Wings of Gold MC West Palm clubhouse
• 1st & 3rd Sat - AOA MC Dania Open House
• 4th Sat - Chrome Angels LMC Open House 7PM
• Sat Nite - Country night at Cafe’ 27
• Sat - FREE hot dogs & soda’s at H-D Palm Bch,10-2
• Sat - Flossies Blues and Brews Night at 7PM
• 2nd Sat - USMV MC Ft. Laud. Open House
• Sun - “Wake Up Dave” Service at Am. Legion 142 11AM
• Sun - Free pool at Beer Barn all day
• Sun - Free pool at Sharkey’s Lounge Margate
• Sun - Cagneys Saloon Sunday Fun & Country Night
• Sun - Flossies Famous Tiki Hut Biker Sunday
• Sun - Live Music at Cafe’ 27
• Sun - O’Meara’s “Mickey’s Style” Bloody Mary’s
• 3rd Sun USMVMC Palm Bch Open House 561-715-2570
• Mon - Ladies nite at Sharky’s 9-2, 241 beverages
• Mon - BEST So Fla Jam Nite at Turn 3 with Stet & T3JB
• Tues - Flossies Jim Piro Jam & Ladies night 80¢ wings
• Tues - Lone Legion Brotherhood Open House
• Wed - Bike Nite with Bob Daniels at Turn 3
• Wed - Chit Chat’s Bike Night FREE BBQ & more!
• Wed - Scurvy Few MC, Open House, 954-325-6838
• Thurs - Musicians Jam at Cagneys with Tell em’ Band
• Thurs - States MC Pompano Dinner Nite 6 start
• Thurs - Cagney’s Jam Nite 8-??? by A1 Freddy
• Thurs - Hermandad MC Open House, 305-299-4731
• Thurs - Cafe’ 27 Bike Nite, Bikini Contest & Live Music
• 3rd Thurs - H-D Palm Bch Bike Nite at Dealer 5-10PM
• 3rd Thurs - Peterson’s Harley South Bike nite 6-10PM
EVENT LISTINGS WITH PRINTED FLYERS
APRIL 2014
• 6 - Saddletime Mikes Poker Run & Chili Cookoff...
53
• 6 - States MC 48th Annual Bash...
34
• 9 - Chesters Bike Night at Chit Chats,,,
6
• 11, 12, 13th Cagney’s 5th Anniversary Weekend... 27
• 12 - Mystic 7 Off Annual Party & Mojo Memory... 6 & 35
• 12 - Third Tradition West Palm BAD Dance...
34
• 13 - AOA 2nd Memorial Celebration for Pauly 1%er... 45
• 13 - Cagney’s 5th Anniversary Party...
27 & 53
• 13 - Benefit Poker Run for Chris Mansell (West Palm)... 52
• 19 - Peterson’s Super Saturday...
2
• 19 - Outcast MC’s 12th Annual Party...
34
• 20 - CMA Easter Biker Service...
34
• 20 - Flossies FREE Easter Buffet & Egg Hunt...
32
• 26 - O’Meara’s Leukemia Cure Benefit...
32
MAY 2014
• 3 - Dynasty’s 15th Anniversary FREE Lunch...
• 4 - Southern MC’s Annual Party...
• 18 - Wings of Gold MC Miami’s Annual...
• 18 - 16th Annual Rock N Roll Sunday...
13
34
26
53
• Palm Beach Harley April / May Events Listing...
50
I LOST
MY BUNGEE
CORD!!!
Contact Miami Mike to change your date
“AFTER” you confirm that change with Tattoo
Dave (Wings of Gold MC) or Indian (Wheels
of Man MC) Do not ask Miami Mike to do the
change before you talk to either of these guys.
In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
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Photo by Michael Polissky
Some BIG things are coming
in April so save some of these
dates. On April 5th starting at
noon to 2am A Celebration of
life for Allan F Hippler “ Jager
Allan” beginning at Flossie’s
Bar & Grill at noon with music
by Riverdown, at 3pm a
complimentary Jager Shot will
be served and there will be a
Toast to Allan. Then everyone
will go to Big Dawgs 2 for a
free buffet with music by The
Piro Band at 5pm. Then everyone will go to Cagney’s Saloon with music
by Soulicide from 10pm to 2am. That’s three bars and the friends of
Allan who have come together to honor his life. Allen was a great friend
with a heart of gold to everyone. I suggest if you’re going to make a
whole day of this event get a designated driver or other transportation especially if you are going to be drinking. It’s better to be safe than
sorry.
SAVE THESE DATES:
April 11th, 12th & 13th.
WOW has it really been 5
years since Mark Pirolli
and Nancy Olesen took
over Cagney’s Saloon
AKA Cagney’s House of
Rock! in Davie. Come
celebrate with Mark,
Nancy and their fabulous
staff for their three day 5th
Anniversary bash! Kicking
it off on day one, Friday
April 11th, with music by
Soulicide. Day two,
Saturday April 12th, with
music by Kinlin and their
new CD release party. And
then the BIG day! Day
three, Sunday April 13th,
in the parking lot starting at 2pm with 5 kick ass bands on a huge stage,
with sound and lighting by none other than South Florida Sound. Hosted
by A1 Promotions. The bands playing on Sunday are going to blow out
the windows in the whole plaza!
There will also be a bike display by Downtown Baggers, food, beer,
drink & shot specials, vendors, raffles, games and many other special
things going on all day. Playing inside at 8 pm will be some Kick Ass
country music by County Line Road. With all this Great entertainment
in three days, you might as well bring a sleeping bag and spend the
weekend. And when you are at Cagney’s make sure to say hi to Byrd,
who is now taking
over security for
Mark and Nancy.
(See Cagney’s ad and
party flyer on page
27 for Anniversary
and band info)
SAVE THESE
DeDATES:
May 2nd,
cep3rd
&
4th
For a three
tion
day Grand Opening
Party for a NEW
Country & Southern
Rock venue in Fort
Lauderdale named
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The Fire Dog
Saloon.
Located at
2871 East
Commercial
Blvd. Owner
and operator,
Will Yasich,
has been a
firefighter and
paramedic for
over 18 years.
The staff is
headed by my
friend Jeanna
Van Tassel.
The place straight
out kicks ass
Country style. On
Friday May 2nd,
there will be LIVE
new country music
by The fabulous
Nash Carey Band.
Day two Saturday
May 3rd the
Skwirls Gone Bad
Band play! Day
three Sunday May
4th kids are
welcome! An all
day party with a
truck and jeep
show and music by
Rough Shot!
On Sunday
March 16th Chrisy and I helped put together, with Matt Mearian the GM
Tell’M Band
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at Murphy’s
Law, a
fundraiser and
concert FOR
NOEL at The
Seminole Hard
Rock. One of
their employees,
Noel, from
Ireland got
really sick and
had no medical
insurance. I
hosted the
fundraiser with
Kent
8 bands TeLL’M,
SoundGlass, The
Dropouts, Silent
Addictions, Skwirls Gone
Bad, Deception, Loose
Cannons & HIPNOSIS to
help get Noel the medical
help he needed. These
great bands donated their
time to help someone who
they have never met!
They came together as a
family with their friends
and family and helped
raise over $10,000.00 and
again I would like to
thank them all and
everyone that came out to
support them and the
great cause. You all
Rock!
Special SHOUT OUT!
and a BIG thank you to
Kent Blankenship from
Soulicide who helped
save the day. We were
almost ready to lose two
drum heads and Kent ran
over to Murphy’s with
two drum heads, you’re
the best my friend!
To all the bands and
venue’s everywhere did
you know that you can
run an ad here in Wheels
on the Road for a great
price to be seen by
thousands of people. If you
want to know more contact me
at [email protected]
or email Miami Mike at
[email protected] We are here to help you all to
succeed in what you do!
Till next time! Support Local Music, Support Your Local Everything!
And Support WOTR Magazine, The Bikers Bible. PEACE! Freddy
In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
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STORMY’S
RIDER
RHYMES
By [email protected]
Leesburg Bikefest 2014
Roll out your Bikes,
Pack up your gear,
Leesburg Bikefest
Is finally here…
This party is amazing
One of the best hands down.
A party on every corner
It closes down the town…
It’s grown into a big event
Since its start in “97”
This event will keep you smiling
You’ll be in Seventh Heaven…
Hot body contest’s everywhere,
The Babes show off their tans.
And now just for the Ladies
Who’ll be the “Mr. Lucky man”…
The event is packed with demos’
On riding like a pro,
Team Extreme and Drill teams
I hope you get to go…
A band on every corner
Will help to move your feet.
Put Leesburg in your game plan
The party’s in the street…
If you’ve never done this trip,
I recommend it highly.
The party starts on April 25th
The first day is a Friday…
So head on up to Central Florida
For this an amazing affair,
Make sure to check their website
For the who, what and where… Stormy
Tell Lloyd
Miami Mike
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Woo’s View’s
Best Friends Over the Rainbow Bridge
[email protected]
Hay Gang...
Another month and here’s the rant again!
Well, I don’t know about ranting so much
as sharing a few thoughts with you. These
are some really weird days around us. I’m
really beginning to think the whole
fucking world is going nuts. I see things
today that boggle my old mind.
Sick people killing babies and young
kids. Then ahole “leaders” want to ban
guns to keep us SAFE! What a bunch of
horse crap that is! Then there’s the march
on the State House to get rid of the Stand
your ground law. The Rev Sharpton was there so you know that’s a
fraud too. Trevor Martin’s parents were there too. Those aholes took
their hoodlum kid’s death and turned it into a money making
proposition! Another thing I noticed about the march was that it was
almost exclusively black folks. Like 98% black. Now being a lot of
violent crimes are done by blacks, I wonder why the blacks would want
everyone to be defenseless? Hey, I’m NOT being raciest. Just look at all
the videos on the tv news and watch the surveillance videos and you tell
me.
I’m not raciest. I will shoot anyone regardless of their color, religion
or national origin or sexual orientation if they are trying to hurt me. I
would never interfere with other people as long as they leave me out of
whatever they are doing no matter how disgusting it is. I make it my
business to mind my own business. If you were to invite me to dinner
and get in a fight with your wife and she pulled a knife on you and you
had the big fork they use when cutting the turkey, and were going to go
after each other, I’d just say good night and get the hell out of there in a
hurry. I’m just a non-involvement type of guy where people are
concerned although I would get involved if it was someone abusing an
animal.
The Boeing
777 that
“disappeared”
is funny in a
perverse way.
With the
technology
that we have
we can read a
license plate
from a
satellite in outer space, find people with their cell phones even if the
batteries are out of it (including personal computers) and they are trying
to get us to believe it got lost without a trace! Come on now, it’s not the
1930’s anymore. Then we could lose a plane. I’ll never believe we lost a
777! The wingspan on a 777-300 model (there are a few models) is
199.2 ft. The length is 242.4 ft and the height is 60.8 ft. This can also
seat up to 368 people. If you want to see how big a 777 is, just go to the
airport. (I work at the airport and I see them every day!)
I think we’ll seeYeah!
it again when it sinks an aircraft carrier or knocks
another building down. (Unless they find the pieces in the Indian Ocean)
How could it do that you ask? Don’t you remember 911??? I know the
demoncrats want us to forget that so we can love our Muslim bros, but I
say, “hey, you can’t argue with success! It worked great for them then,
why wouldn’t it work better now that they know how to really do it??
Just saying...
Anyway Gang, enough for now. Just trying to keep it light and
cheerful! Uncle Willie
Louie the WOTR Maskot
Chyna Blue
Dumas
Tinkerbell
Bandit
Itty Bitty
9/13
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Cocoa
Remy
Boo Boo
Hypno
Liberty
Steeler
9/13
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Peachy
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• A Second Chance Puppies & Kittens Rescue
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• Broward County Animal Control by Ft. Laud Airport
(They do put down dogs so be aware of this)
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In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
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Destination Daytona
and at the Iron Horse
Saloon. Seeing all the
bikes made me regret it
even more that we
were in a cage. We
stopped for a total of
about two hours which
was enough time to
grab some Sirloin Tip
Steak at the Iron Horse.
This is always a must
have for me when I am
in Daytona. I was a
little bit surprised that
there were not that
many bikers at both
locations when we
were there. I just
wished we would have
had the extra time and
our bikes to stay at
least a day longer.
My friends Alex
& Ken went up to
Daytona the
following day. I
would have
considered riding
back up for the
weekend but I was
I hired to
photograph the
wedding of Philip
and Stephanie on
Saturday. I was
really looking
forward to shoot
this party. I rented
some kickass lenses. The
wedding was held at my
wife’s cousin Dorothea’s
house. I arrived super early
to take photos when the
makeup artist dolled both
of them up. Later on I took
the happy couple to a park
nearby to take some more
images. By the time we got
back to the house all the
guests had already arrived.
The whole back yard was
nicely decorated with very
pretty flowers. They had a
great catering company
called “All in Good Taste”.
The food and service was
out of this world. The
wedding was awesome and
I had a blast firing away.
Congratulations Philip &
Stephanie!
The following day (03/
16) I rode over to Flossie’s for their St. Patrick’s Day Celebration. This
place was jam-packed. Mr. Nice Guy was rocking the afternoon away
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and as usual they had the
dance floor mobbed. I
enjoyed watching the
scene and taking pictures
with these great lenses I
had rented. I knew it
would be a very sad
moment when I had to
return them the following
day.
On Saturday (03/22) I
had the pleasure to attend
and to capture Brett
(Mystic 7 MC) & Becci’s
wedding which was held at
Forest Fern Nature Center
in Coconut Creek. I had
never been there before,
but this was ideal to have a
wedding. Also, all the
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decorations were out of
this world. Becci and
her helpers had outdone
themselves. The
miniature bike that was
on top of the wedding
cake was painted in the
same colors as Brett’s
bike. To top it all off the
miniature groom had a
Mystic 7 patch on the
back. The actual
ceremony was great as
well. Everybody
enjoyed the great Italian
food and the ice cold
drinks that were served.
It was a wonderful
wedding.
Congratulations Brett &
Becci. I would like to
thank you for selecting
me to capture your
wedding.
The following day I
had plans to cover the
Big Bike Riders
Celebration of Smiles
Ride. I woke up feeling
like crap. It had
already started the
night before. I was
totally congested. I
simply could not get
out of bed. I called
Miami Mike and
told him that I
would not be able to
make it and he told
me that he was
taking care of it so
not to worry.
Around 10am I
started to feel a
little better so
decided to make
my way over to
Cowboys Saloon
where the Keltics
MC was holding
their Annual
Party. Cowboys
Saloon is the
perfect place to
hold a bike event.
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In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
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Al’s In... Ella’s Out!
By [email protected]
A Fall Ride in Western New York
For those of you who are
unfamiliar with the weather in
Buffalo, New York let me tell you
a little story.
It was mid-November, 1974, a
beautiful Fall day and Dan, Paul
and I decided to take a ride. We
met a Dan’s house and deceided to
take a spin to Letchworth State
Park, also known as the “Grand
Canyon of the East”.
A nice, 2 hour, 80 mile, country
ride, using all back roads, no
interstates or highways.
We hit the road about noon. The
sky was clear and it was 75
degrees, a beautiful Fall day. Open
roads lined with farmer’s fields,
dairy cows, and small towns. The ride there was what riding a
motorcycle is all about.
We stopped and fueled up in Geneseo, N.Y. and rode the last 35 miles
to Letchworth. As we rode the 17-mile stretch of grey-green canyon,
which the Genesee River flows though, we noticed all the vivid colors of
the leaves on the trees that were changing to mark the end of another
riding season.
It was around 3pm when we stopped for a smoke. We parked next to
the waterfalls, drank a beer, had a smoke and knew it was time to hit it.
The temperature had to have dropped 15 degrees as we rode the canyon
and of course we were dressed in long sleeve t-shirts and vests, none of
us had the sense to bring jackets.
We left Letchworth and headed west, using the most direct routes we
knew to make it back home in the shortest amount of time. We jumped
on Route 39 and shot down to Route 77 made a left on 77 and rode
towards Route 20. As we rode into Darien Center the temperature had
dropped into the low 40’s so we stopped for coffee and a burger. After
“lunch” we were on the road again. A few miles out of Darien Center,
headed towards Alden, it hit us; The First SNOWFALL of the Season!!!
At first it was those big, light, bright flakes that melt as they hit you
and the road. As we rode a few more miles the snow was sticking to the
road and to the three of us as well. As we rode in to Alden, the wind
picked up and it turned into a small light blizzard. Snow everywhere, icy
spots forming on the unplowed roads, braking at intersections became a
degrees”. A drop of 52 degrees from the time we left 7 hours earlier. A
challenge, but we pressed on. When we hit the town line the blizzard
Mobil station was right across from the bank so we stopped to fuel up,
started to get worse and the temperature
grab a coffee and warm up a bit. After a
dropped like a rock. When we hit
15 minute stop Paul’s bike looked as if it
Lancaster it was a full blown White
sat outside all winter long!
Out!!!
We lucked out on our last 4 miles; the
Lancaster DPW trucks were out
town snow plows had cleared the roads.
spreading salt, cars sliding into each
Our front wheels, now running on bare
other and the three of us riding
pavement, began to turn again, spitting
motorcycles, ice building up on our
out most of the heavy snow from our
breads and mustache, snow and slush
spokes. The high winds had died down
filling our eyes, our clothing wet and
and visibility improved but the snow
frozen. As we hit downtown Lancaster
kept falling from dark skies. Just a few
our front wheels, spokes and discs filled
more miles down Harris Hill Rd into the
with thick heavy snow, stopped turning
town of Clarence and we were home!
and started to slide on the slick road. We
Dan, Paul, and I were froze to the bone
rode with our feet down to hold our
but we made it home alive. Another
Next time we’re taking the sled...
bikes up, almost as if we were skiing.
adventure with a happy ending added to
Needless to say we were only traveling
the “Book of Memories”! After 40 years
just a few miles per hour. We caught the red light at Central and
none of us will ever forget that ride.
Broadway; at that point we knew we were only 5 miles from home. As
Live Your Life Like Ya Stole It... Al.
we made the turn and passed the bank, the Time & Temp clock read “23
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H
Axman ends here
It is big enough place to
accommodate a huge crowd and
Harley as we all know the Keltics
events draw tons of people.
‘Sucker Punch’
put out some foot
stomping music and of course the Cowboys Bargals
are very nice to look at. On behalf of Beacon and
his members I want to thank everybody that came
out.
Coming back to the weddings, once the couples
have given me the “green light” to post the photos
online. I will upload them to my web site. I would
like you to see that there is more to my photography
than just taking photos at biker events and bikers
that are shooting me the bird. Please keep me in
mind for any photography needs you may have. I am for hire! I shoot corporate and private
events, birthday parties, Sweet Sixteen’s, Weddings, etc...
Until next time, ride free & safe! Axman
In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
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Ummm... Good Cookin’ with Cookie
By [email protected]
Potato Bacon & Fontina Frittata
Just because a frittata is an Italian omelette
doesn’t mean you can’t serve it for lunch and
dinner too!!!
1 tablespoon(s) extra-virgin olive oil
6 slice(s) bacon or pancetta, cut into small pieces
1 1/2 cup(s) (1/2-inch diced) Yukon gold or redskinned potato
1 onion, halved, cut into thin strips
8 large eggs
1/4 cup(s) heavy cream
1/4 teaspoon(s) kosher salt
1/4 teaspoon(s) freshly ground pepper
1/2 cup(s) shredded fontina cheese
2 tablespoon(s) shredded fontina cheese
1 tablespoon(s) snipped fresh chives
Directions:
Heat broiler. Heat oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium heat.
Add bacon and cook until fat is almost rendered and bacon is starting to
crisp; remove
bacon to a
paper towel to
drain. Add
potato and
onion to
drippings;
raise heat to
medium-high
and sauté
mixture until
potato is
almost tender,
about 10 to 12
minutes.
Whisk eggs,
cream, salt, and pepper in a medium bowl; stir in 1/2 cup of the cheese,
then stir in bacon. Pour into skillet, shaking pan gently to distribute.
Reduce heat to medium and cook, without stirring, 5 minutes, or until
set on bottom and sides (eggs will be runny in center).
Place skillet under broiler; broil 2 minutes, or until frittata is firm in
center. Sprinkle with the remaining 2 tablespoons cheese and chives.
Loosen edges with a rubber spatula and slide onto a serving plate. Cut
into wedges. cookie (Dee)
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Jason West
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Trackside
with Chuck
[email protected]
The month of March was a busy month for
the drag racing community in Florida.
Florida hosted its largest drag racing event
of the year in Gainesville, the NHRA MelloYello Gatornationals. Along with this event,
Palm Beach International Raceway held its
first ever “Mod Stomp at the Strip”. This
race was full of 2,500+ horsepower promods who were testing and doing final
tuning adjustments for the NHRA
Gatornationals.
The first event of the month was the “Mod
Stomp” which brought pro mods from all
over the country, and as far as Canada to sunny Florida to get some
racing in. There were cars from as far west as California and all up and
down the east coast just to get final preparations done in order to raise
some hell in Gainesville. There were also a good number of cars from
right here in our own backyard. A large majority used this event to help
get back into the swing of things
for the Gatornationals since the
Gatornationals will be the first
event for the NHRA pro-mods of
the year. The weather was perfect
and the track was set to kill, cars
were flying down the strip left
and right, all learning something
new on each pass.
One of the highlights of the
event was Mike Knowles ’69
Blown and injected Camaro
dubbed “Blown Money”. Knowles resides in
Grand Junction, Colorado and made the trek down
to Florida to join his fellow racing buddies who
were all escaping the cold. This was one of the
wildest paint jobs I have ever seen on a car.
Knowles has his car painted and then hand laid
real $100 bills all throughout the body. He then
clear coated over the $100 bills to make them
permanent.
When the event came to a close, the winner was
Travis Harvey of Elon, North Carolina who
recorded a blistering 3.94 @ 191.67 mph in the 1/
8. Congrats to Travis and his team for the win! It
was a great event and I want to say thank you for
the hospitality from the track staff, as always,
thank you! The next major event at PBIR will be
the infamous “Super Chevy Show’ April 4-6, for more information
check out their website, www.racepbir.com.
The following event was the NHRA Gatornationals. This was part of
the NHRA Mello-Yello series. It doesn’t get bigger than this. Teams
from all over the country piled into Gainseville in order to try and bring
home the Wally for the event. Teams such as John Force Racing and
Don Schumacher racing were there in full force. The event ran from
Thursday thru Sunday and it was a packed house on each and every day.
The four professional
categories, Top Fuel DragsterNitro Funny Car- Pro StockPro Stock Motorcycle, were all
full of numerous cars trying to
qualify. One of the key
highlights of the event was a
qualifying match between Jeg
Coughlin jr. and Erica EndersStevens. Erica Enders-Stevens
set the world speed record for
the pro stock category at
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214.69 mph. Jeg Coughlin was right behind
with a speed of 214.01 making this the
fastest NHRA Pro Stock side-by-side race
in history! Congrats to Erica and Jeg. The
Pro Stock class is run on a 500 cubic inch
limit with no power adders, this is a
naturally aspirated class. The weekend went
well with no major crashes or injuries,
which is always a good thing, safety is first!
Congrats to all the winners of the event and
we can’t until next year! Hope to see some
of you at the next major event at Palm
Beach International Raceway.
On the weekend of March 23rd, I had the
pleasure of attending “The Wounded
Warriors District 9 Picnic” held at the
American Legion Post 36. I had a great time
and want to thank Gary and Sonja Schmitt. They were in charge of
putting this event together and all the planning that went along with it.
They did such an excellent job of coordinating everything, which
included raffles, great food,
and the most important, a
salute to the armed forces
and our wounded warriors. I
would also like to thank
Rolling Rock Beer for
sponsoring this event, thanks
to them everyone was able to
enjoy an adult beverage.
Along with all of this, they
had live music playing for all
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to enjoy. The line-up included
the “Flyin’ Blind” band, “Hot
Butter Peace”, “Soulicide”, and
“Dean R. Ley and the Pillars”
who are also going to be on a
USO Tour with the “Lt. Dan
Band” this year. I would like to
wish them luck with the tour and
appreciate all that they are doing.
Everyone that attended this event
had a great time and it was for a
great cause. Gary and Sonja say
that next year will be even larger
and hope to gain a larger
following to help support this
great event and those affected in
the line of duty. Make sure you
check out “Flyin’ Blind” band’s
Patriotic Tour 2014. You can
check out all the information on
Facebook, just look up “Flyin’
Blind Headquarters”.
Stay safe until next time.
Killer Chuck
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Cagneys and died in a motorcycle accident. Some of his family and
friends came in from out of town to attend the event and there was a
packed house of his Florida friends. A music jam was going on as a
special tribute to Steve, who loved to get up and sing along with the
band. There was a lot of love for him in the room that night and I’m sure
he felt it.
A lot of love was at the Outlaws
Tiki Hut for Delora’s birthday party.
A nice crowd stopped by to watch
Delora make a piggy of herself... and
to open birthday presents. Cookie
(Dee) and a few other gals put out a
tasty spread and everyone had a good
time at Delora’s 29th? birthday.
I had a chance to ride over to
your ears take a breather. (I
said there was a loud live music
inside). We had a good time at
both Margate bars for St.
Patty’s night.
Flossies is always up to fun,
especially on St. Patty’s Day
and this time was no exception.
Mr. Nice Guy packed the
outside Tiki area and had
Sharkey’s in
Margate to
sample some
excellent St.
Patty’s corned
beef and
cabbage...
ending with a
tasty homemade
cake. Sharkey’s
always put on
some sort of
spread for every
holiday so stop
over and enjoy
the hospitality.
Afterwards
Sharon and I
stopped by
O’Meara’s for
about an hour to
listen to the loud
live band and
eat a little more
holiday food. Unfortunately for my stomach, there wasn’t anything left
except for a morsel of corned beef. Just as well... I already had 2
helpings at Sharkey’s. O’Meara’s was packed inside but they now have
outside tables in a fenced off area so you can enjoy a smoke or just let
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everyone dancing and drinking and
singing and eating and having a blast.
Pam, Lori, Peggy Sue and crew had
their work cut out for them but as
usual they pulled off a teriffic party.
On the other hand, the BBRF did
not have a terrific party... it was the
worst turnout in their 7 years of
doing this event. I counted about 50
bikes that made the ride... it made me
sick to see the awful
participation.
Although there were
3 other local events
going on the same
day, there was no
reason that a few
hundred more riders
couldn’t do the
morning ride, then
go to the casino for
30-60 minutes... then
go to the other
events. Ronnic C and
his team pushed this
event for almost a
full year plus I ran
full centerfold flyers
for this event. It’s
no wonder that Ron
is not going to do
this (or maybe any
event) in the future.
And the only people
who are going to
suffer are the sick
kids from Chris
Evert Children’s
Hospital. Just
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terrible. I
was at the
start of the
Smiles
Ride, then
rode to the
Casino and
waited for
the 50 or so
bikes to
show up,
escorted by
approx. 20
BSO
motormen
who gave a
full 50 mile escort around Broward
County. Then at 1:30
I had time to go home
near Commercial
Blvd and the
Sawgrass, walk my
dogs, pick up Sharon,
then go to the Keltics
MC event. THAT
parking lot was filled with at least 600 bikes.
(400 that could have made the Smiles Ride and
still had plenty of time to go to the Keltics Party)
Inside the bar was packed but the AC was
blasting and the music by Sucker Punch was
good and loud. Everyone was having a good
time as usual at a Keltic event.
I want to apologize to Pepsi (States MC) for
not showing up at his 65th birthday party at
O’Meara’s. Sharon and I
both picked up a bug and
we were forced to stick
close to the... toilet. But
I’ll see you Thursday’s at
the States MC Clubhouse
Dinner as usual. (Just don’t
steal the meatball tray
again...)
There are a ton of events
coming up every month
We better hug... it’s cold
out!
until
December
so just
check page 33 for more info and check the
index for the flyer page.
Until next month... keep your Wheels on
the Road.
In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
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In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
14 Years - April 2014 • Issue #174 • Page 53
LUFQ
“The South Florida Biker’s Bible Since 1999 - Pray for Dave!!!
14 Years - April 2014 • Issue #174 • Page 54
Having t-shirt trouble...
In loving memory of Bernie, Chrissy, Clay, Big Ed, Bob Amchir, Animal, Ricky, Pervert, Roger-Kenny & Pauly 1%’ers, Mojo, Vinny Margotta, Poppy, Gunslinger, “Louie” & Davida
14 Years - April 2014 • Issue #174 • Page 55
LUFQ
“The South Florida Biker’s Bible Since 1999 - Pray for Dave!!!
14 Years - April 2014 • Issue #174 • Page 56

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