Weekly Update
Greetings Riders,
Well, Arizona Bikeweek 2010 is officially under way. The pre-rally dealership parties are history and riders are looking forward to the charity rides this week and the start of Cyclefest at Westworld. I was told that there are over 200 vendors that will be setting up this year. That should create some good eye candy and browsing before the concerts get underway each night. As usual, we will be doing the Wednesday Ride for Kids out of Buddy Stubbs. I think we have done this one for at least 7 years in a row now and it is always enjoyable. It is tough for me to turn down a good day ride out of town. Should be fun. Since I am always looking for longer rides, I might do the Firefighter Ride on Friday as well. That one takes you on a nice ride through Globe, Roosevelt Lake, Jake's Corner and back to Westworld. Saturday, I plan to join the huge Torch Ride out of Chester's to Westworld and the Make-A-Wish Ride on Sunday. Throw in hosting 3 Bike Nights in between and that should keep me busy for the week.
See all of the remaining Arizona Bikeweek activities on their event calendar at . My photos from the week so far can be found HERE. Rusty Childress has taken some excellent photos as usual, they can be seen HERE.
I mentioned the Make-A-Wish Ride above. This could very well be the best kept secret for a potentially big ride to ever hit the valley. I will tell you more about that in just a minute, but right now I would like to share with you a story that I did not know, and that is how Make-A-Wish got started. I'm sure most everyone has heard of the Make-A-Wish foundation, it is one of the most recognizable charities of all time. But what you might not know is that Make-A-Wish started with a DPS officer right here in Phoenix 30 years ago. Here is how the story goes.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation traces its beginning to one boy’s wish. In 1980, 7-year-old Chris Greicius was being treated for leukemia. Every day, he dreamed of becoming a police officer. U.S. Customs Officer Tommy Austin had befriended Chris and his mother, Linda Bergendahl-Pauling. He also promised Chris a ride in a police helicopter. When Chris’ health worsened, Austin contacted Ron Cox, an Arizona Department of Public Safety officer, and planned a day that would lift Chris’ spirits.

On April 29, 1980, Austin and a caring group of DPS personnel started Chris’ day with a tour of the city in a department helicopter, which also flew him to headquarters. Three cruisers and a motorcycle officer greeted him before his meeting with the DPS command staff. There, Chris was sworn in as the first honorary DPS patrolman in state history. But his experience didn’t stop there. Cox contacted John’s Uniforms, which agreed to make a custom-tailored DPS uniform for Chris. The store owner and two seamstresses worked through the night to finish it. The officers presented the official uniform to Chris on May 1 and arranged a motorcycle proficiency test so he could earn wings to pin on his uniform. Needless to say, Chris passed the test with flying colors on his battery-operated motorcycle.
On May 2, Chris was back in the hospital. He asked to arrange the room so he could always see his uniform, his motorcycle helmet and his “Smokey Bear”-style campaign hat. DPS motor officer Frank Shankwitz presented Chris with his motorcycle wings. He accepted them with a smile that lit up the room. The following day, Chris passed away, but not before seeing his dream come true and experiencing the hope, strength and joy that came from receiving his wish. See Chris Greicius picture in uniform.
They saw how happy Chris was knowing his wish came true, and that the wish seemed to take some of Chris and Linda's pain away – replacing the anguish with smiles and laughter. They thought that if one boy's wish could create such happiness, maybe they could do the same for other children. They presented the plan to the people who helped grant Chris' wish. Linda and others endorsed the plan. Thus, the Chris Greicius Make-A-Wish Memorial – which later became known as the Make-A-Wish Foundation – was born.
As most of you know that have followed my toy rides over the last 8 years, where we bus in 150-200 homeless kids and allow them to pick out any 3 gifts to take home with them from the thousands of toys that the riders drop off, I really have a heart for helping kids and have always had a silent admiration for the Make-A-Wish Foundation for what they do for terminally ill children. So when I was approached by Marcia Roeder of the Wish Riders to help get the word out about the upcoming Wish Riders Highway 101 Run, I was more than happy to join the cause and do what I could to let riders know about this amazing, one of a kind event that will be taking place this Sunday.
Apparently ABC Television feels the same about the Make-A-Wish Foundation because they are in the midst of shooting a one hour television show featuring the big hearts of motorcycle riders across the United States called The Wish Riders. Wish Riders is a one-hour television special taped in honor of the Make-A-Wish Foundation’s 30th anniversary. Wish Riders will follow an eclectic group of bikers on amazing journeys to where they'll help someone facing a tough road. Full of colorful personalities, loud bikes, and emotional, life-changing moments, the initial episode will be filmed in part at the world famous Arizona Bike Week, including filming of this ride from the ground and from the air.
Here is where the Wish Riders need your help. On Sunday, April 18th, the Wish Riders Highway 101 Run will begin from 9 area Harley-Davidson dealerships. The start times for each dealership will be timed so that all of the 9 rides will meet up at Westworld for Arizona Bikeweek. This will all be filmed for the TV show, including activities at Arizona Bikeweek throughout the week, which will be shown on ABC television in early summer. All rides leaving the dealerships will converge on Westworld at the same time. Don't miss the concert with Mogollon Sunday afternoon at 4:00 pm in the Handlebar Saloon. Rumor has it that we could see some big surprises at this show. Mogollon Rocks!
Here are the details:
Time: On site registration is from 8 - 8:30am on Sunday, April 18th.
Location: Ride leaves from 9 local Harley Dealerships. Choose your start location when you register online.
Cost: $35 per rider, $20 per passenger.
1.  Ride for Make-A-Wish to Arizona Bike Week at Westworld. 
2.  Limited edition pin and patch (limited to the first 1,000 registrants) Riders who register the morning of AZ Wish Ride, Sunday, April 18, 2010, will not receive a pin or patch. You must register online or in person at a dealership to reserve your pin and patch. Just click Join The Team.
3.  General Admission Ticket to Arizona Bike Week Cyclefest, April 18th, 2010.
Click Here for More Details and Online Registration.
I have set up a Fundraising page for this event, just like the dealerships are doing and would ask that if you have an interest in participating in this ride to sign up online as part of the Team. Let's make the family of riders the winning team. Click Here to Register Now and secure your pin and patch for this historic ride. Click Join The Team to register for ride.
As with a lot of charities, the Make-A-Wish Foundation is way down on donations this year. I know a lot of you reading this can't make the ride. But if you just want to donate, you can do that as well in the name of the Cyclerides Team. Click Here to Donate any amount.
Things are being added and changing daily with this ride. Regularly check the Facebook for updates.
I look forward to seeing you on the ride. I will be leaving from Arrowhead HD.

Bike Nights This Week
NEW!! Day Changed to Tuesday.
For the riders in the Southeast Valley, the Downtown Chandler Bike Night is back on! This year, the night for motorcycles in Chandler changed. It is now on Tuesday nights. The really good news is that the road will be blocked off for motorcycle only traffic which will make this a much more safe and enjoyable event.
Enjoy food and drink specials from:
San Tan Brewery,
Murphy's Law,
El Zocalo and 
Piza Piza.
Thanks to the City and the Downtown Chandler Community Partnership for making this happen. Once again we will have vendors, music and participating bars and restaurants for you to enjoy. I will bring more details to you as I get them. Downtown Chandler is located just 5.5 miles South of U.S. 60 on Arizona Ave. adjacent to Dr. AJ Chandler Park. (MAP) Bike Night will be from 6pm - 10pm. Look forward to seeing all of you back again this year!
Jugg'z Saloon Tuesday Bike Night After Hours Party. Jugg'z Saloon is inviting you to stop by their "After Hours Party" for the Downtown Chandler Bike Night from 7pm - Close. Jugg'z is located just 1.5 miles South of Downtown Chandler at 851 S. Arizona Ave. in Chandler. Enjoy 12 Wings & Beer for $6.00, 12" Pizza and Beer for $6.00 and $2.00 Coors Light and Bud Light. 2 Pool Tables, 2 Dart Boards and 4 TV's for sporting events. Bike Parking in front of bar.
Wednesday Downtown Scottsdale Bike Night. LIVE MUSIC On The Street with J.D. Madrid. 
I think this is going to be a great venue for bike night as we fill the streets with vendors, music and bikes.
For those of you on the East side of town, you have not been forgotten. This is something that I have wanted to do for a few years, and it is finally happening. I will be starting a new bike night in Downtown Scottsdale on Wednesday nights. Many of you might remember a few years ago when Arizona Bike Week had the Tuesday night party on Craftsman Ct. in Downtown Scottsdale. We will be re-creating that great party by blocking off Craftsman Ct. between 3rd Ave. and 5th Ave., just West of Scottsdale Rd. each Wednesday night for motorcycle only parking. This is the same location as the Downtown Scottsdale Block Party.
Four bars and restaurants on this street will be participating in this event with Bike Night specials including:
Upper Deck Sports Grill,
Dos Gringos, 
Whitehouse and
Acme Bar & Grill. 
Three of these places have outdoor patios and are set up perfect for a bike night. Plenty of trees and a nice ambiance around. We will have LIVE Music, vendors, food specials, drink specials and plenty of plenty of fun as we head into riding season. 
The Weather is Supposed to be 83 degrees and sunny this Wednesday.
This would be the perfect time to give the Downtown Scottsdale Bike Night a try. Live Music!
Special Thanks to Hacienda Harley-Davidson in Scottsdale as our first sponsor of this event. Be sure to stop by their display to see the latest in Harley-Davidson and Custom motorcycles.
If you would like to be a Sponsor or a Vendor at this event, email me at Should be a great place for a Wednesday night bike night in Scottsdale. Click Here For Information Page and for New Photos of the street, restaurants and an aerial view. Should be fun!
Billet Bar Bike Night has moved to Wednesdays!
The Bike Night At The Billet Bar.  The Billet Bar has now moved bike night to Wednesday nights as well as Thursdays to take advantage of all of the bikes expected to be in town for the Downtown Scottsdale Bike Night. 
Not only that, Billet Bar is now serving food cooked right there on the grill!
That's right, Myron now has a grill and is serving up 1/4 pound cheeseburgers and chips right there hot off the grill for $6.50 every day of the week. On bike night enjoy happy hour pricing on drinks all night long.
Click Here for 2 for 1 coupon for your first drink. Print it out and bring it in to redeem.
This is the perfect time of year to set on the patio and watch the action on Scottsdale. The Billet was Voted "BEST BIKER BAR IN PHOENIX" by New Times. There is no better place to watch all the Bikes ride down Scottsdale road than from The Billet Bar Patio. The Billet is ALWAYS packed with bikes Every Day. Stop by and take a look at the New Flamed Booths on the Paradise Patio. The new bars front and rear provide spacious seating, fresh air atmosphere, perfect temperature and courteous staff. You can sit at the back bar and watch your favorite TV on any of the seven big inch televisions. Play pool, listen to the latest music and socialize. The front patio seats over 75 people and is perfect for people watching on Scottsdale Rd. The Billet Bar is located on 3752 N. Scottsdale Rd. Check it out this Thursday night and all weekend long. Info: at 480-941-1876.
Thursday Night
Westgate Bike Night in Association with
The Westgate Bike Night in Association with is back and bigger than ever!
This turned out to be one of the most talked about and best attended bike nights this State has ever seen. There was some disappointment when it ended last July 2nd, but the anticipation was building this year and we kicked it off in a huge way on March 18th with an estimated 1500 bikes. We hope to make this one even better than last year with different programming every week. Click Here for Photos from last week.
Attractions This Week:
Due to Arizona Bike Week festivities, we do not have a guest builder this week.
If you can't make it, Click Here to view the new Westgate Bike Night Web Cam. Page automatically refreshes every 10 seconds. Will be live every Thursday for bike night from 5pm - 10pm.
I would like to give special thanks to our Sponsors of the Westgate Bike Night.
Please visit their booths at the event and click their links below to learn more about them.
Petersen Johnson is a local Arizona law firm, whose attorneys have over 60 years of combined legal experience in Accident/Injury law and DUI/Criminal Defense law.  We have substantial experience in representing riders injured in motorcycle accidents.  Ron Petersen and Brad Johnson are involved in every injury case.  We discount our fees; never our service.  Please call us locally at 602-650-1200, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Trask Performance. A full service shop specializing in high performance upgrades and dyno tuning.  Let our team of professionals fulfill your performance needs and unlock your bike’s full potential. Motorcycle Builder and performance expert Nick Trask will be Featuring his turbo systems. This will be your opportunity to meet Nick and see how he can improve the performance of your bike.
Fusion Powder Coating. Professional powder coating for everything metal from motorcycles and sand rails to fencing. Stop 
by their booth and see examples of their work.
Arizona Victory Motorcycles. We are pleased to announce our newest Sponsor to Westgate Bike Night. Arizona Victory, one of the top Victory dealers in the United States is located at 13401 N. Cave Creek Rd. Stop by their booth and see the latest from American Made Victory Motorcycles including the Cross Country touring motorcycle from Victory. Arrange your demo ride. 
For the duration of this run over the next 12 weeks, I will be updating the Westgate Bike Night page with the weekly photos, restaurant specials, special guests, musical guests and programming. So bookmark this page and check back every week to see what is coming up. I look forward to seeing you all this week at Westgate. Westgate City Center is located on the SE Corner of the Loop 101 and Glendale Ave. in Glendale next to Arena and University of Phoenix Stadium.
Every Saturday
Chester's Harley-Davidson "Party On The Patio".
Looking for a good quick ride destination or a great place to meet up with your group for a ride? Grab lunch before you go! Every Saturday from 11am - 2pm head to Chester's Harley-Davidson for the "Party On The Patio".  
** Enjoy FREE BBQ Burgers and Dogs with all the fixins',
** Live Music this week with Dok & Gal
** Outdoor Sidewalk Sale 9:30am - 4:30pm. Great Deals to be had on some inventory reduction!
** Pool Tournament: First Place $50 Chester's Gift Card. 2nd Place a $25 Gift Card.
** Guess the horsepower contest. $25 Chester's Gift Card to the winner.
Park under the patio, hang out with other riders, meet new friends and DEMO a brand new Harley-Davidson. Good times to be had by all. The Party on the Patio will be happening EVERY Saturday at Chester's Harley-Davidson located at 922 S. Country Club Dr. in Mesa, AZ. 480-894-0404.
This Week
Wednesday - Sunday, April 14-17
Arizona Bikeweek at Cyclefest.
Click Here for Event Page for all of the activities over the 10 days.
Buy your 5 Day event pass to Cyclefest at WestWorld for just $50 online and you'll be sure to get your music fix as well. Opening night of Cyclefest is Wednesday, April 14th and Vince Neill will be starting the party off right, with all your favorite Motley Crue hits.  Thursday night Ratt will be jamming for all you metal heads. Friday night it's the hottest country act around, Dierks Bentley (FYI Guys; this dude's going to attract even more hot chicks to his show than Bret Michaels did a couple years ago). And Saturday night it's that "Bad to the Bone" rocker George Thorogood & The Destroyers. These concerts start at 9pm but you won't want to miss the opening bands, featuring some hot local acts.
The events at ABW are so extensive this year that I am not even going to try and list everything in the newsletter or individually on They have done a nice job this year of organizing the ABW site in an easy to navigate tabbed arrangement that you can go to for each day to see what is on tap for you to do. Click the following link to go to the ABW Events Page, then just click on the day that you would like to participate. Some of the non ABW events are listed on April Event Calendar. You can see what else is going on there.
Wednesday, April 14th
Buddy Stubbs Wednesday Ride For Kids. Presented by Phoenix. H.O.G. Chapter 93. This is the biggest mid week ride of AZ Bike Week and one that I go on every year and will be there again this year. Every year this ride attracts over 1000 riders. This year riders will enjoy a beautiful 234 mile ride through Wickenburg, Yarnell, Kirkland Junction, Prescott, Mayer and back to Westworld for the Vince Neil concert in the Handlebar Saloon. Sign in will be at Buddy Stubbs Harley-Davidson located at 13850 N. Cave Creek Rd. in Phoenix. Registration time is 6:30am - 10:00am. $35 per person. First 600 receive tshirt, first 750 receive pin. Your entry price includes entry to Cyclefest and the Vince Neil concert. Raffle Prizes and Awards will be given away at 6:30pm. You can Click Here to sign up online.
Friday, April 16th
Puttin’ for Pooches 2 Poker Run to benefit the Arizona Humane Society. Pre-Registration online at -$25.00 per rider, $15.00 per passenger, or register in person at Chandler Harley Davidson. Registration includes a ride T-shirt, entry into Cyclefest, and a free pancake breakfast sponsored by Hills Science Diet. Breakfast will be served starting at 7:30am at Chandler Harley Davidson, 6895 W. Chandler Blvd., which will also be the starting point of the ride. We will have great raffle prizes, a 50/50 drawing and prizes for high/low hand at the end of the ride, which is Cyclefest. For more information,, or . The Arizona Humane Society relies solely on donations and receives no government funding, so please help us support this worthy cause.
Friday, April 16th
7th Annual Fire Fighters Poker Run presented by United Mesa Firefighters. Sound the alarm and rev your engine as this year's event kicks off at Superstition Harley-Davidson in Apache Junction. Registration 8:00 - 10:00am. Don't forget to bring your appetite for the Three-Alarm Pancake Breakfast served by local firefighters. Registration includes entry into West World for Friday's Events, including a concert at the Handlebar Saloon by Dierks Bentley! $1000 prize money! By taking part in this year's poker run and completing all five stops, you have a chance to win $1000 in total prize money for the best and worst poker hands. Route takes you through Globe, Roosevelt Lake, Jake's Corner and back to Westworld. 
Saturday, April 17th
Chester's Harley-Davidson 11th Annual "Torch Ride" to Cyclefest. Don’t miss the 11th ANNUAL TORCH RIDE with Chester’s Harley-Davidson to benefit the Special Olympics Arizona. If you haven’t already pre-registered at, you can register the day of the ride from 8-10am at Chester’s. Last year there were 1900 riders and over $40,000 was raised. And the ride is expected to be even bigger this year!  This is the only fully escorted ride to Arizona Bike Week Cyclefest.  Registration includes commemorative Ride Pin, Pancake Breakfast, and admission to Cyclefest including a Live Concert by George Thorogood. Kickstands up at 10:30am. RIDE WITH US! Chester’s Harley-Davidson
922 S. Country Club Drive, Mesa, AZ, 85210
Saturday, April 17th
9th Annual PYO Bash 2010. This is the party of AZ Bikeweek at Paul Yaffe's shop that everyone talks about. Once again he is bringing in a top notch music with the Blue Rose Band. Party starts at Noon and goes till 5pm. Then on to Cyclefest for the George Thorogood Concert. As always, Paul will treat everyone to beer, food, bikes, babes and live music. Come see the official Arizona "Copper Chopper" in progress. PYO is located at 2211 E. Indian School Rd. in Phoenix, AZ.  
Saturday, April 17th
Bid For Bikers. This event was formed to benefit the families of the fallen riders in the horrible accident on March 25th on Carefree Hwy. Saturday, April 17th at Harold's Cave Creek Corral, 6895 E Cave Creek rd., we will be holding a huge raffle from 1:00pm to 4:00pm. Included in the raffle, will be gift certificates, services, motorcycle accessories and equipment, tools, and much more! At 3:00pm the Live Auction will begin. There, we will be selling several items to include: motorcycle equipment, trips, cigar packages, sports memorabilia, tattoo packages, and maybe even a motorcycle or two!!!! 100% of the proceeds will go straight to the families of the victims for funeral costs, medical bills, and any other needs they may have. Merchandise donations are welcomed by calling Mitch Jordan at 623-293-2305.
Sunday, April 18th
4th Annual Blessing of the Bikes. Bike week has come to an end. Now, you're invited to finish off Bike Week with a Blessing! All bikers welcome. Free ride-pin for first 200 riders - Free lunch - Official Crossroads Blessing of the Bikes T-shirts will be available for $15 (short sleeve) or $20 (long sleeve). XXL and XXXL add $2 more. Crossroads Alliance Church believes that we must honor those who put their lives on the line for all Americans. We realize freedom isn't free, so we thank God for our police, firefighters, and the men and women of the United States Military. Hope to see you all this year at the 2010 Blessing of the Bikes.
Sunday, April 18th
Logan's Run" Logan's Valley Motorcycles Charity Poker Ride.
The Final ride of Arizona Bike Week 2010! Always a favorite. Proceeds benefit the “Crusader for the Children” and their list of local children organizations. This leisurely unescorted 110 mile ride through the beautiful Sonoran Desert begins and ends at ABW Cyclefest at WestWorld followed by an afternoon of rowdy entertainment with local favorite Mogollon, 3-6pm in the HandleBar Saloon. Registration opens at 10am at Cyclefest.
Next Week
Friday, April 23rd
Arrowhead Harley-Davidson Hot Rods & Harleys Car and Bike Show. Back by popular demand! Friday, April 23rd from 4pm - 8pm. Ride by and enjoy a beautiful display of Customs, Hot Rods, T-Buckets, Muscle Cars and More. Get your picture taken with Big Red and the Cheerleaders. Food and Drinks. The show is free to enter and prizes will be awarded for the Peoples Choice 1st, 2nd and 3rd car and bike. Entrants in the car and bike show will receive a free event T-shirt.  ALL Bikes and Cars welcome. Arrowhead HD is located at 16130 N. Arrowhead Fountain Center. Dr. in Peoria, AZ. 623-247-5542.
Saturday, April 24th
Tucson Harley-Davidson MDA Ride. Join us for our annual ride to support the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Ride starts at RideNow Powersports located at 7501 E. 22nd St. in Tucson. Ride will end at Tucson Harley with an after party and Hooptie Event (Ugliest Cars and Bikes in Tucson) There will also be a bikini contest for Miss Hooptie! Beer Garden - Music - Bikini Contest. All proceeds will go to MDA. Raffle prizes. Jam packed day of fun! FMI or to register for the ride please call: 520-795-3434.
Saturday, April 24th
Buddy Stubbs Harley-Davidson Hogs and Dogs. Ride by and Buddy Stubbs Harley-Davidson and enjoy his famous monthly Hogs and Dogs event from 11am - 3pm. LIVE Music, FREE Food, FREE Drinks, FREE Motorcycle Museum Tours with Buddy Stubbs, FREE pool tournament for prizes and Meet The Arizona Roller Derby and find some bargains in the big Sidewalk Sale. Test Ride a New Harley and enter to win daily $500 HD gift cards. Plus, you will be entered to win the ultimate Super Ride. This event is always a good time and one that riders look forward to every month. Buddy Stubbs Harley-Davidson is located at 13850 N. Cave Creek Rd. in Phoenix, AZ. 602-971-3400. .
Saturday, April 24th
Lost Dutchman State Park Run. The Lost Dutchman State Park is scheduled to close on June 3rd. This park is located on the Apache Trail, at the base of the Superstition Mountains. Many people within the community and surrounding communities have shown interest in keeping this state park open. Superstition Harley-Davidson is spear heading one of the efforts to keep this park open. There will be a Lost Dutchman State Park benefit ride starting at Superstition Harley-Davidson on April 24th. This ride will consist of an observation run, entrance to the park and lunch provided by Superstition Harley-Davidson. The cost is $15.00 per person. Registration is available on line at, under events page, or you may register the day of the event between 8-10am. This ride is not motorcycle specific, although more fun, all vehicles are welcome. All proceeds generated by this benefit ride will go to the Lost Dutchman State Park Foundation, a non-profit 501-3c organization. (Not the state of Arizona) Please come out and support great cause!! Friends of the Lost Dutchman State Park. Mark LeResche and Beverly LeResche.
Sunday, April 25th
7th Annual Run for the Kids. All proceeds benefit the Arizona State School for the Deaf and Blind. Pins for the first 100 Riders. High Hand $250/Low Hand $75. 50/50 Drawing, Raffle & Door Prizes. Registration at 10am at the AZ School for Deaf and Blind located at 1200 West Speedway Blvd. in Tucson. Last bike out at 12 Noon. Last bike in at American Legion Post 109 at 3:30pm. All kid-friendly stops. Day of event: $20 donation per rider/$15 passenger. All proceeds benefit the Arizona State School for the Deaf and Blind.
Mid Week Updates will be made on the Facebook.
New Easy to remember Facebook address. Go to Facebook. Over 2200 FANS!
Take a look at all the new photos posted on the wall. If you are not on Facebook, you can still view the page, but you will not be able to post. There will be a link there for you to sign up for Facebook if you are inclined. BECOME A FAN!
Biker Information Guide Bike Week edition is now out. Check your local bike shops to get your copy.
I don't know how you could keep from laughing out loud on this one. It is funny every time I see it. Click Here to View.
I don't even don't how to caption this one. I guess "OOPS" might work. Click Here to View.
Video of the Week:
This is great. Watch Travis Pastrana take 3 attempts to do a backflip on a tricycle being launched from a huge ramp. Very entertaining. Click Here to View.
Until Next Week,
Blessings and Safe Riding To All,
Barry Caraway
"The Road Is Yours - Take The Ride"

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