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See more ideas about Motorcycle events, Biker and Charity. Motorcycle Events , Charity, Drugs, Alcohol, Cars Motorcycles, Biker, Arizona, Gaming, . Motorcycle Events in Texas - Let's Ride pugliablog.info Texas bike .. Poker Run - Gibsonton, FLORIDA - Saturday, February - Sponsored by. Arizona Bike Week - Home. Only days 'til the party begins! Location WestWorld of Scottsdale N. Pima Rd Scottsdale, AZ WestWorld of . Motorcycle Swap Meet Phoenix Arizona, Harley Swap meet, Vintage Motorcycle Show Phoenix Arizona.
Huachuca Chaplain's Fund will be accepted. Meet at the Clubhouse at 7pm pack leaves at 7: Sponsored by Assassin Cycle and Design.
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There is plenty of bike parking. Come join the fun very biker friendly, lots of bike parking. Off the I17 heading north take Jomax exit then stay to your right on the access road. It's about a quarter of a mile if that on right.
For more information www. To add us as a stop to your run or event contact us at or Email skunkcreekflat hotmail. Motorcycles on Main is a family friendly event.
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Roads are closed to car traffic and open to motorcycles so you can cruise down Main Street, enjoy a fabulous show of motorcycles, or park and show your bike. The fun includes live music, beer gardens, food, vendors, and more.
Don't miss all the fun from 6: For more information Contact: Noon — 1PM Event location: Every Saturday afternoon, take a tour through Buddy's motorcycle museum, home to over vintage motorcycles including many rare and international makes and lots of memorabilia. You will also learn about his exciting career as a champion racer for Harley-Davidson and his Hollywood stunt-riding days.
Tour lasts minutes. Now available, Buy a DVD of your tour to send to a friend or to keep forever! Held on Glendale Avenue from 56th - 59th Avenue from 1: I came within an inch of buying a '57 Sportster engine cover with some engraving. The part was well used, not expensive, would have looked great on the wall in the garage just as a piece of vintage motorcycle art, but in the end I let it go by.
Sort of sorry now that I did. Motorcycle people make great photographic subjects if you can get them to let you take the photo. Actually, I took none.
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Someone told me once that in a crowd of bikers I looked like a cop. Geez, there's a warm and fuzzy thought.
I've never forgotten that and it's probably true, I'm too mainstream to ever "look like a biker" and if I tried I'd probably look like a cop trying to look like a biker.
I'm not a cop, by the way, although I've known a few over the years same as I've known some In the end I'm big on live and let live. I don't mess in other people's business as long as they stay out of mine. Regardless, pointing a large DSLR camera at people has a way of stiffening them up and spoiling the photo.
I thought my red Bultaco hat maybe eased my straight-laced appearance a little, seems to work ok at the vintage meets, but with todays crowd I was definitely an outsider at what appeared to me as much a social gathering as a swap meet. Yeah, I know how they feel.
I've noticed when I look through my pictures and the ones that the the Mrs. I mentioned to her today that she should try to avoid taking pictures of people without asking, especially taking pictures of the "colorful" vest or jacket art.
She comes off as a lot more innocent looking than me; she told me she kept pointing her camera at some guy with a three pigtail beaded beard and he kept throwing up his arm to cover his face.