Weekly Update
Greetings Riders,
When I looked at the date for this newsletter it hit me that we are almost done with 1/3 of this year. How is the time going by so fast? I still don't understand how the spectrum of time works. When I was 10 years old on Summer break from school back in the small town of Lansing, Kansas, I remember hanging around the house bored out of my mind. The minutes seemed like hours and the hours seemed like days. The 3 months of Summer seemed like a year. By the end of that time I was actually ready to go back to school. That is some small town boredom.
Now the older I get, I'm wanting things to slow down just a bit, but the calendar seems to be spinning out of control. I can barely remember what I did at the beginning of the week and January seems like a year ago. The spectrum of time must be related to how busy you keep your mind. If it is always busy, you don't have time to think about time, and it passes by before you know it. Ok, I'm off the couch and my self-therapy session is over, let's get back to how we can spend our time thinking about riding.
This part of the year I do spend my idle moments thinking about where I would like to ride for the Summer. Google Maps seems to get the call on a daily basis looking for ideas of where I have not ridden, or even exploring areas that I would like to go to again. In last week's newsletter I mentioned that we have a good 3-4 day weekend opportunity coming up during Memorial Day to get out and put on some miles. I gave you a couple of great ideas for some rides. If you missed that letter, Click Here.
Since this is prime time for getting out and really enjoying the weather here, or even better, enjoying the high country, I will be giving you a ride idea each week that might prompt you to grab some buddies or your significant other and enjoy the road for a day or two.
This week I have a ride that I did about 2 years ago that I called the Monument Tour. This ride is filled with nuggets that you probably drive by all the time and have never stopped. I know that was the case with me. I pulled out the Arizona map and started scouring it for locations that I haven't visited. Sure enough, I came up with 4 National Monuments that I had never been to, all within 160 miles of the I-17 and Loop 101. A lot of times National Monuments are pretty much a yawn, but these 4 that I am about to give are really good. They combine an overall good scenic ride with a short walk on three of them, and a little more strenuous walk on the other. As for me, I would rather be riding than hiking, so these are perfect.
The four National Monuments that I am going to outline for you are Montezuma Castle, Walnut Canyon, Sunset Crater Volcano and Wupatki National Monument. Normally I'm not a guy that seeks out National Monuments because a lot of times there is more hype than substance. But in these 4 it really combines a good ride with some surprisingly interesting facts and great scenery. You can mix and match or do them all at one time, but this would make a great long day ride or good leisurely over nighter.
Montezuma Castle National Monument

If you are coming from the Phoenix area I would suggest heading North on I-17 and making your first stop at Montezuma Castle NM. This is located just off of I-17 on the East side of the road at Exit 289. Ride East for approximately 1/2 mile to the blinking red light. Turn left on Montezuma Castle Road for about 4 miles to the visitor center where you will learn about the castle and the people who used to inhabit it before you take a short walk.

On December 8, 1906, President Theodore Roosevelt celebrated the passage of the Antiquities Act by declaring four sites of historic and cultural significance as our nation's first National Monuments. Among these was Montezuma Castle, which the President identified as a place "of the greatest ethnological value and scientific interest." A paved, 1/3 mile loop allows you to gaze through the windows of the past into one of the best preserved cliff dwellings in North America. This 20 room high-rise apartment, nestled into a towering limestone cliff, tells a 1,000 year-old story of ingenuity and survival in an unforgiving desert landscape.

It is one of the best places I have been that actually gets across what a day in the life of the Sinagua Indian culture must have been like, allowing you to imagine how you might have survived in this same place. There is also several points of interest along the way and an interactive kiosk to help you learn about the life and times of the Sinagua people. Tourists are no longer allowed to go in the dwelling. Open daily 8am - 6pm June-August and till 5pm the rest of the year. $5 entry fee.

Walnut Canyon National Monument
After about an hour at Montezuma Castle, we hopped on the bikes heading North another 60 miles to Walnut Canyon National Monument, located just 9 miles East of I-17 off of I-40 at exit 204. I really had no preconceived idea of what this place was going to look like, but I was really surprised at how beautiful it was in this canyon setting. Walnut Canyon National Monument was established by President Woodrow Wilson on November 30, 1915, to preserve ancient cliff dwellings. Initially managed by the US Forest Service, the monument was transferred to the National Park Service in 1934. Today a variety of archeological and natural resources are preserved on approximately 3600 acres.

Once you are through the visitor center and pay your $5 fee, there is a choice of 2 trails to see the Cliff Dwellings. The Rim Trail is a .7 mile hike that gives you an easy overview of the canyon. But if you want to get up close and personal by actually going into the dwellings, you will have to take the Island Trail which is .9 miles long that takes you 185 feet down into the canyon via 240 steps. The trail takes you in a circle around the canyon allowing you to experience the rooms and the structures while enjoying the beauty of the canyon. If you are able to do so, this is really a wonderful little hike. However, climbing the 240 steps back up at an elevation of 6690ft can tax the heart and lungs. If you have bad knees, it might be a long hike. Bring water! This stop will probably take you about 1.5 hours to complete. But it is well worth the effort and my personal favorite of the National Monuments. Park hours are 8am - 5pm, May-Oct and opens at 9am Nov - April. Be sure and look at all the photos from this stop.

Sunset Crater Volcano/Wupatki National Monument Loop
From Walnut Canyon you are just 18 miles from Sunset Crater/Wupatki National Monument loop. Just go back to I-40, head West to Flagstaff to Hwy. 89 and go North about 12 miles to Forest Rd. 545. You will see the signs for the turn. Sunset Crater National Monument was established by President Herbert Hoover on May 26, 1930, to protect its geologic formations. In 1990 the name was changed to Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument. It occupies 3,040 acres surrounded by Coconino National Forest.

I will admit to not knowing much about the history of Sunset Crater, but it is a nice ride through here, that is what was important at the time. Apparently a volcano erupted here about 900 years ago and obviously wiped out civilization as they knew it, covering the area with a lava flow that you will see today. Vegetation has returned that give it an interesting landscape combined with the lava landscape. 900 years later, Sunset Crater is still the youngest volcano on the Colorado Plateau. The volcano's red rim and the dark lava flows seem to have cooled and hardened to a jagged surface only yesterday. They have a visitor center as well, which we did not explore. It was more about the ride through here.  

Wupatki National Monument
About 20 miles into the 34 mile loop you will start to see the Painted Desert in front of you and will soon come upon the Wupatki National Monument which was established by President Calvin Coolidge on December 9, 1924, to preserve Citadel and Wupatki pueblos. It now includes additional pueblos and other archeological resources on a total of 35,422 acres. Wupatki represents a cultural crossroads, home to numerous groups of people over thousands of years. Less than 800 years ago, Wupatki Pueblo was the largest pueblo around. It flourished for a time as a meeting place of different cultures. Your first stop is the Wukoki Ruin which is one of the ancient pueblos ruins that were inhabited by the Sinaqua Indians from about 1100AD to 1250AD. Other pueblo sites within the Monument include Wupatki, Citadel, Nalakihu and Lomaki. This was the only one that we stopped at. The visitor center is just a couple of miles down the road.

Optional Stop - Arizona Snowbowl and Skyride
We spent about 30 minutes at the Wukoki Ruins and were on our way back to the Flagstaff area where we made our way to the Arizona Snowbowl ski resort for a late lunch on the patio of the ski lodge and a trip on the Skyride which shuttles you to an elevation of 11,500 feet for panoramic views atop this extinct volcano. From this elevation, you can see over 70 miles of world-class scenery, including the Grand Canyon and downtown Flagstaff. The Skyride operates from 10am -4pm at a cost of $12 per person. The Arizona Snowbowl is located 7 miles northwest of Flagstaff on Highway 180. Turn right on Snowbowl Road and continue another 7 miles. Click for Directions. This ride up to and the experience at Snowbowl is really enjoyable. I would highly suggest Snowbowl as a day ride on its own merit. Not only that, you can relieve yourself in the highest toilet in Arizona, 11,500 feet!

The total mileage for the ride, assuming a start location from I-17 and Loop 101 is 388 miles, if you include the trip to Arizona Snowbowl. Taking Snowbowl out would lower the trip by 34 miles to 354. But remember that 250 of those miles will be on I-17 which of course moves at 75 mph.

So if you are looking for a ride this weekend that would be a combination of riding separated by a few short hikes to see some history, the Monument Tour would make for a great day, and it would get you out of the heat in the Valley. As usual, I went snap happy with the camera and have included 190 great photos for you to enjoy. HAVE FUN! Let me know if you go.


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Useful Links
Montezuma Castle
History of Montezuma Castle
Walnut Canyon National Monument
Sunset Crater National Monument
Wupatki National Monument
Arizona Snowbowl. 

Tidbits and Updates:
Save The Date:
I am planning a big Memorial Day celebration for Westgate Bike Night on Thursday, May 26th and am excited to announce that MOGOLLON will provide the Live Music that night. For those of you that haven't heard it, they do a 15 minute patriotic set that will blow your socks off and put goosebumps on your arms. I have a few other surprises for that night as well as we honor our fallen on Memorial Day. Don't miss it. Should be our biggest night yet.
Cool Picture.
Every once in a while a picture comes out pretty cool. Take a look at this photo taken at the Mesa Riverview Bike Night by Rusty Childress with his I-Phone. Check out the contrails in the sky and even a jet in it. Very Cool. Click Here to View.
**This Thursday night at the Westgate Bike Night ride by and enjoy an excellent band called "Cruz & The Boomers". You will really like this 5 piece band and their classic rock and roll. Weather should be great for riding this Thursday and Friday nights. Check out the specials at Tuscan Oven while you are there and the burger deals at the Shout House. I will be selling the Westgate Bike Night T-Shirt at my booth. Pick one up.
**The Mesa Riverview Bike Night on Friday night is growing fast. Thanks to all who came to fill the streets completely up last week, I hope you had a good time. Listen to Live Music on the street with "Attitude Cat". Don't miss this high powered band playing classic rock and blues. Huge extension of patio's for both Cactus Moon and Matta's so that you can sit out on the patio and watch the bands and the bikes. Be sure to stop by the Photo Gallery that is in the storefront right behind the band. I have displayed 50 of my favorite riding and flying photos. Rusty Childress has also some very large photos displayed as well. Click Here for some Photos from the last couple of weeks.

Bike Nights
Every Thursday Westgate Bike Night We started the first week with over 2500 bikes. Thanks to all who attended.
The wait is finally over. Welcome back to "The Times Square In The Desert". The Westgate Bike Night that has been a valley favorite for the last 2 years began again on Thursday, March 31st from 5-9 pm. It will run this season for 14 consecutive Thursday nights from March 31st and end on June 30th. Anticipation has been building for this year and we kicked it off with a record crowd of almost 2500 bikes on March 31st for another season of fun and entertainment. We hope to make this season as good as the last by bringing you different programming each week with Live Bands, Vendors, Displays and Special Events. We look forward to seeing you again this year.
Don't forget to pick up your brand new Westgate Bike Night T-Shirt. You can also purchase them any time at Arrowhead Harley-Davidson – RideNow Powersports Peoria, Goodyear and Surprise. 
Restaurant Pick of the night!
If you haven't been here yet, try the Tuscan Oven for great food and their $8 pizza and beer special from 5-9. Plenty of space on their outdoor patio or their bar inside.
Also pick up the Tuscan Oven "Tomato" Card and receive 20% off all future visits.
Live Music:
Our musical guest for April 28th will be "Cruz & The Boomers" playing their special brand of Classic Rock. 
Click Here to view the new Westgate Bike Night Web Cam. It Works Now! 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.
Your local Harley-Davidson dealership and proud sponsor of the Bike Night. We are located just South of 83rd Ave. and Bell Rd. Stop to see the latest 2011 HD motorcycles and to pick up the new Westgate Bike Night T-Shirt. 623-247-5542.
Curly's Customs is a full service Custom Paint & Body Shop for the motorcycle enthusiast. We refinish Harley Davidson and Metric motorcycles. Our goal is to provide high quality workmanship & materials at a very reasonable price. Curly's is located at 12030 N. 111th Ave. in Youngtown, AZ. 623- 977-0339. Stop by and see them at Bike Night.

For the duration of this run over the next 9 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 next 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.
Friday Nights
EAST SIDERS! This one is for you! Mesa Riverview Bike Night. Friday Nights - New ending time is now 10pm!
Only 7 nights left, ends on June 24th. We will not be able to have the bike night on the first Friday of May and June. See new photos from this Bike Night. Be sure and check out the new Photo Gallery behind the band stage featuring 50 blown up photos from the Cyclerides collection and some large canvas photos from the Rusty Childress collection.
For 2 years I have been looking for a great bike night location on the East side that would be comparable to the Westgate location. There is only one location in the valley that has a setup like Westgate, but Mesa Riverview, located at the Loop 202 and Dobson Rd. has the next best venue available to host a bike night. I wanted a location that is new, clean, attractive, well lit at night, has plenty of places to go eat and have fun, and could create that critical mass of excitement in one location. This is private property, so the management has agreed to close the street for 2 blocks in the complex from Bass Pro to the theatre. This will be utilized for motorcycle only traffic and parking. The great thing about Mesa Riverview is that they have 3 GREAT restaurants on the 3 corners in the middle of the 2 blocks plus 3 more within a few hundred feet.
These locations are Toby Keith's Bar and Grill with 18,000 square feet of Restaurant, 85 Foot Guitar Shaped Bar, Live Music, Dance Floor, Tv's And Outdoor Patio And Beer Served In Mason Jars. 
Across the street from Toby's is the brand new 14,000 square foot Cactus Moon Sports Grill featuring 12 pool tables, Forty eight 65" plasma screen tv's, a huge bar in the middle, a dance floor and a Huge outdoor patio.
The other corner across from Cactus Moon is Matta's Grill & Cantina featuring 5,000 square feet, 2 floors of great Mexican food dining, a great bar, beautiful interior design and an outdoor patio.
Within a few hundred feet of walking distance from the street parking is Chili's and Famous Dave's. All of these restaurants will have Bike Night specials and are welcoming riders from all over the valley to a fun Friday night at Mesa Riverview located at the Loop 202 and Dobson Rd. in Mesa. There is also a Gyro shop at the end of the street by the theatre and a Yogurt shop next to Matta's.
CLICK HERE to see photos of these great restaurants.
A live band featuring "Attitude Cat" in center court will be enjoyed by all the riders walking the streets as well as dining on the 3 outdoor patios. There will also be vendors and special attractions throughout the run of this new East Side Bike Night. If you would like to be a vendor at this bike night, email me at .
I would like to give special thanks to our First Sponsors of the Mesa Riverview Bike Night.
Please visit their booths at the event and click their links below to learn more about them.
Chester's Harley-Davidson - Your local Harley-Davidson dealer. See our display at Bike Night. Store location at 922 S. Country Club Dr. in Mesa, AZ. 480-894-0404
Victory Big Dog Motorcycles of Mesa - Your store for Victory and Big Dog motorcycles. Visit our display at Bike Night. Store location at 833 S. Country Club Dr. in Mesa, AZ. 480-668-7969
Victory BMW - Stop by 1717 N. Arizona Ave. in Chandler to see our full line BMW touring motorcycles. We carry a great selection of apparel and accessories to complete your BMW riding experience. We have new Arai, Shoei and Scorpion helmets in stock. We just got our new Olympia order as well.
The Law Tigers - "If you have injured in a motorcycle accident, call 800-LAWTIGERS (529-8443) or visit  We know bikes, bikers, and the law.  The Law Tigers, Arizona's Injury Lawyers Who Ride."
I am looking forward to bringing some good fun to the East Valley riders and am currently adding the details to the page, but CLICK HERE to see some photos to give you an idea of how nice this property is and general information.
See you this week from 5-10pm.
Mesa Riverview is located at the SE Corner of the Loop 202 and Dobson Rd. Bike night location is next to Bass Pro. Follow the signs to cruise the Main St.
This Week
Saturday, April 30th
Chandler Harley-Davidson Used Swap Parts Meet & Spring Car & Bike Show. Event time 9am - 3pm. Ride by Chandler Harley-Davidson and enjoy a beautiful display of Customs, Hot Rods, T-Buckets, Muscle Cars and More. The show is free to enter and prizes will be awarded for the Best of Show, Best Car, Best Rat Rod, Best Truck, Peoples Choice and Most Original. There will be Live Music, Raffle Prizes and Food and Drinks. Bike wash by the Harley Girls. ALL Bikes and Cars welcome.
Saturday, April 30th
Buddy Stubbs Harley-Davidson Hogs & Dogs. Ride by Buddy Stubbs Harley-Davidson and enjoy his famous monthly Hogs and Dogs event from 11am - 3pm. LIVE Music, FREE Food, FREE Drinks. Day Special - Buy one Helmet get a second of equal or lesser value 50% off. (Offer valid 4/30/11 only). While you are there, see the NEW 2011 Harley-Davidson motorcycles. 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 30th
4th Annual Robbie's Ride. ALR Post 39 Robbies Ride Benefitting our fallen Heroes Program. April 30th, 5th Anniversary of the loss of Gilbert's first Officer. Sign up 9:30 am Kick stands up 10:00 am. Start & Finish: Gilbert American Legion Post 39 - 206 N. Gilbert Rd. in Gilbert. 4-5 stops along route, about 120 mi ride. Ending at Post 39 with entertainment, raffle, and Pie Tossing! Registration: Min. Donation: $20 Single Rider/$25 w/Passenger Check-In Day Of Ride: 7:30 am-9:00 am. Pre-Registrants receive a Ride T-shirt with logo *Same Day Registrants will receive a T-shirt based on availability! So Register Early, No guarantee of shirts being on-hand day of event!!!
Saturday, April 30th
Highlands 2011 Car & Bike Show. Event time 9am - 2pm. Gates Open at 7 AM for Show Entries, Registration 7AM – 9AM, Awards at 1:00 PM. Food, Live Band (The 450's), 50/50 drawing, door prizes. Goodie bags, dash plaques for the first 100 entries, BMW demo drives courtesy of Chapman BMW, NEW Shopping Escape (crafts,jewelry, and specialty items) for the women, and car accessory, car specialty items shopping. Kid’s Korral with bouncies, face painting, entertainment, and more. Early entry fee $25 per vehicle before April 16, 2011, after that it is $35 per vehicle. Online registration ends April 29, 2011. Highlands is located at 9050 E. Pinnacle Peak Rd. in Scottsdale, AZ. (1 block E. of Pima on Pinnacle Peak Rd.) 480-348-9191.
Next Week
Monday - Sunday
May 2nd - 8th
Mother's Day Deals at Chandler Harley-Davidson. Need a good Mother's Day gift for the motorcycle loving Mother in your life? Chandler HD is offering 20% OFF May 2nd - 8th on Purses, Footwear and Jewelry that would be perfect for Mother's Day. Complimentary Gift Wrapping on gifts for Mom leading up to Mother's Day. This is a great opportunity to get your Mother something special and save some real money. Chandler HD is located at 6895 W. Chandler Blvd. in Chandler, AZ. 85226.
Thursday - Sunday
May 5th - 8th
Mother's Day Deals at Tucson Harley-Davidson. Need a good Mother's Day gift for the motorcycle loving Mother in your life? Tucson HD is offering 15% OFF May 5th - 8th on Jewelry by Stamper & MOD and Harley-Davidson Purses that would be perfect for Mother's Day. This is a great opportunity to get your Mother something special and save some real money. Tucson HD is located at 7355 N. I-10 Frontage Rd. East in Tucson, AZ. 85743.
Thursday and Friday
May 5th & 6th
In Honor of Mother's Day and Arrowhead Harley-Davidson. Need a good Mother's Day gift for the motorcycle loving Mother in your life? Arrowhead HD is offering 15% OFF on May 5th and 6th for gifts that would be perfect for Mother's Day. Enjoy 15% off on Jewelry, Harley-Davidson Womens Jeans and Women's Pink Label Shirts. While you are in the store enter your name or your Mom's name into our drawing for a FREE bouquet of flowers. Winner will be drawn on Saturday, May 7th. Arrowhead HD is located at 16130 N. Arrowhead Fountain Ctr. Dr. in Peoria, AZ. 623-247-5542.
Saturday, May 7th
The Marine Warrior Poker Run. Show your support for our US Marines. This contribution is for Marines and Marine families of wounded and disabled Marines. Registration begins at 7:30 AM, Sun City Country Club located at 9433 N 107th Ave, (1 mile North of Olive). Marine Corps Flag Raising Ceremony begins at 7:45am. 100 Marines will be present for the USMC Flag Raising Ceremony.  Poker run leaves at 9AM, returns at 2pm for raffle. $10.00 per rider, $5.00 passenger. 1/2 the pot goes to the winner, 1/2 goes to the 1st Marine Division Association Programs. Run will stop at three American Legions: Wickenburg, Goodyear and Peoria. Run will end at Peoria Pines Golf Course at 8411 N. 107th Avenue, (1/2 mile South of Olive). Food and drinks available with raffle drawing and entertainment. Sponsors, giveaways, and golfers are still welcome.
Saturday, May 7th
Historic Mining Camp Restaurant Charity Motorcycle Run. All proceeds going to Stand up and Stand Proud Organization. $15.00 rider $10.00 extra for passenger, ride pins to the first 150 participants! Enjoy a wonderful ride from Texas Roadhouse in Gilbert located at 3961 S. Gilbert Rd. and ending at the Mining Camp Restaurant on Historic Apache Trail. You then can enjoy Entertainment by the McNasty Brothers, multiple Vendors, Raffles and door prizes.
Saturday, May 7th
American Legion Riders #117 Treasure Hunt Ride. Proceeds Benefit American Legion Charities. Registration at Hacienda Harley Davidson located at 15600 North Hayden in Scottsdale, AZ. From 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Cost is $10.00 Per Person.  4:00 P.M. Food Will Be Served at Post #117 with Entertainment Provided by: Mykel Montana. All Riders and Cages Welcome! There will be 7 ride stops ending at Pat Tillman Post 117 located at 16428 N 32nd St, Phoenix. Pick up a “Treasure Item” at each stop that is Yours to Keep!
Upcoming Event
Sunday, May22nd
Celebration of Life in Rememberance of Kimmy Chapman. The event will be held at the El Zaribah Auditorium. 552 N. 40th Street Phoenix, Az 85008. 12:00pm to 4:00pm Admission is Free. Silent Auction, Troop Fuel, Vendors, Cash Bar, Live Music featuring Cellphone Cowboys. Free Vendor spots, call 602-708-3024 for vendor info.
Special Ongoing Event
February 1st - April 30th
Chester's Harley-Davidson Road Glide Ultra Giveaway.
Looking for a new bike, have a little extra time on your hands and know a lot of people? Chester's HD is giving you the opportunity to win a 2011 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Ultra for a little effort on your part. Giveaway program starts February 1, 2011, and ends April 30, 2011. Just bring someone you know into Chester's Harley-Davidson to buy a new bike. You must accompany buyer to the dealership and have proof of purchase signed off by the General Manager. Buyer must agree to Chester's Harley-Davidson's terms of sale and cannot already have a deal pending at Chester's.  Validity of referral is at the sole discretion of the General Manager and could be denied. The person who brings in the most new bike sales wins a 2011 Harley-Davidson Road Glide® Ultra. Referrals must be contracted and take delivery of a new Harley-Davidson motorcycle at Chester's Harley-Davidson by April 30, 2011. Winner must refer a minimum of three sales to qualify.  There will be no ties.  In the event that 2 or more persons bring in the highest amount of qualifying buyers, the winner will be the person that reaches the minimum of three sales first. Winner is responsible for all applicable sales tax, license and doc fees. Click Here for details.

Mid Week Updates will be made on the Facebook. New Easy to remember Facebook address. Go to Facebook. Over 3100 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. Click the LIKE button!

You Harley Riders are really going to like this creative commercial. Very Clever. Enjoy!  Click Here to View.

This is a Hill Climb gone bad, really bad. It gets a little hot in the cab. Click Here to View.

Video of the Week: This is one heck of an exciting video of a Jet Boat ride in New Zealand. I doubt they could get away with this in the States. Click Here to View. Click on the Video of the Week graphic on the page.

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Until Next Week,
Blessings and Safe Riding To All,
Barry Caraway
"The Road Is Yours - Take The Ride"

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