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Stimulating Bikernet Weekly News for September 19, 2019

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Staying True to the Code of the West and Supporting Freedom Forever

Life is so interesting, challenging, foreboding and sometimes fucked. But what the hell, each day is an adventure of sorts. It’s all about your attitude towards every aspect.

The Bikernet Weekly News is sponsored in part by companies who also dig Freedom including: Cycle Source Magazine, the MRF, Las Vegas Bikefest, Iron Trader News, ChopperTown, BorntoRide.com and the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum. Most recently the Smoke Out and Quick Throttle Magazine came on board.

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Weekend Round-Up for September 17, 2019

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Trying to Find the Way

I’ve made progress on the Salt Torpedo. I also reached out to Kendal Trailers regarding a trailer for this puppy. I want to start on another Cantina Episode.

I rode tested the new leather Bandit’s Dayroll and it worked like a champ to hold the shit and my tools.

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Coral Head MusicFest

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The Coral Head MusicFest is an American Legion charity concert series created and coordinated by Rich Anderson the Director of the American Legion Riders Post 154 in Marathon, FL. The Coral Head MusicFest is on the fourth successful year in the Florida Keys, being brought to Pinellas Park for the first time.

The Pinellas Park concert will take place on November 2nd at England Brothers Park and is expected to be an annual event for our area with proceeds benefiting our local Veteran charities, Project VetRelief and Bay Pines Veterans Recreation center which is the designated charity of post 104. Our Pinellas Park event headliners and performers are Vince Neil, Sebastian Bach, Slaughter, Mitch Perry Group and Hairdaze & Jen.

We are expecting attendance to be 8,000 plus. Sebastian Bach is currently on his 30th anniversary tour in which he will perform his very first Skid Row album, we are his last scheduled performance of that tour.

http://www.coralheadmusicfest.com/

https://www.facebook.com/CoralHeadMusicFest/

http://www.projectvetrelief.org/

https://www.instagram.com/coralheadmusicfest/

Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride Pre-Party

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Get ready for this years Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride by joining us for the pre-party at John Varvatos, co-hosted by this year’s Grand Marshall, Eric Hendrikx. This will be a great opportunity to meet others that will be participating in the Orange County Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride later this month.

Date: Thursday, September 19, 2019

Time: 6pm – 9pm

Location: John Varvatos in South Coast Plaza

Address: 3333 Bristol St #1219, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Send all inquiries to: martin@martinanthonyusa.com

Final Cross Country Chase

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After a short Sunday morning ride over various bridges, the sunburned and heat stressed Cross Country riders arrived in Key West with a 100-degree heat index and heightened level of excitement as the final miles of a 2,368-mile ride came to an emotional and exuberant end. Riders posed for a photo op at the famous Southernmost Point of the Continental U.S. Buoy before the checkered flag waved them across the finish line in the shadow of a massive cruise ship at Mallory Square.

Out of the 69 riders who arrived in Sault Saint Marie, Michigan a week ago, 35 of the jockeys arrived in Key West after riding every mile of the 8 state route. Todd Cameron, however, became legendary with his dogged determination aboard the little 493cc, 1930 BSA Sloper and walked away with an award for winning the Class I, a Legend award, a custom bronze by Jeff Decker, number plates for the next Cross Country Chase race, and a whopping $7,500.00 in cold hard cash.

Jim Gilfoyle, rider #38, took first place in Class II on his 1938 Harley-Davidson EL while Jerry Weiland, a past Motorcycle Cannonball sidecar dude and competitor, walked away with the first place banner for Class III. Cris Sommer Simmons, who has competed in four of the Motorcycle Cannonball antique races, was awarded a custom wood carving in recognition for being the top female competitor in the Cross Country Chase.

Cross Country Chase Stage 9

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The last full day of racing included 259-miles of sightseeing through parks, parts of the Everglades and through swampy areas that kept riders eyeing the roadsides for alligators while keeping an eye on the sky for predicted rain, but the weather witch was kind enough to wait until after enjoying a great party and dinner at Peterson’s Harley-Davidson in South Florida to turn on the water works.

And tomorrow’s route scant 129-miles into the Florida Keys will bring the run total to 2,368-miles of true grit. Riders will arrive at the checkered flag with hearts full of elation over a job well done, and hearts full of sorrow to see it all come to an end.

Class I will head out of Miami at 8:30 with the other two classes leaving at 15-minute intervals and arrival in Key West required by 1:30.

Scores are posted at the website and you will notice that there are 10 riders listed as DNS, DNF or DQ.  https://themotorcyclechase.com/routes/

Summer’s coming to a close, but motorcycle season is still going strong

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news by Fox 13 Now

Bill Dow, Utah Marketing Manager for The Law Tigers, says even though summer is coming to an end, motorcycle season is still in full swing.

There are many people who ride year round, but Autumn is a great time to be on a bike!

But that means drivers and riders need to be aware and practice safety at all times.

The Law Tigers have successful records of securing millions of dollars for their clients. They are ready to help 24/7! There is no fee for personal injury claims unless there is a recovery.

They also offer free advice on all motorcycle matters.

For more information call 1-800-LAW-TIGERS or visit: lawtigers.com.