Cyclerides.com Weekly Update
5/18/11
 
Greetings Riders,
 
Sunday, May 15th:
As I sit here writing the newsletter today on Sunday, May 15th, I am currently Westbound at 34,000 feet somewhere over the Pacific Ocean traveling at about 500 miles per hour. Significantly faster than the top speed of the Road Glide. Tomorrow, May 16th, Mrs. C. and I will celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary. We were unable to do much for our 25th, so Mrs. C. told me that the 30th better be good. I promised her that it absolutely would be. So in keeping good with my promise we are currently on our way to Kauai, Hawaii for a week to spend some needed alone time together and reflect on the last 30 years of our wonderful life together.
 
Not only is this our 30 year anniversary trip, it is also our First honeymoon. Here is how our story goes. When we were married in 1981 in Leavenworth, KS. we had virtually no money. We both had just graduated from Kansas University during of a big recession in the early 80's in the Midwest which left very few possibilities for employment in the Kansas City area. With my folks living in Phoenix in the midst of a growth and boom time in Arizona, and the fact that  Mrs. C. had just  picked up her Architecture degree, it made sense to move to where the jobs were. So I sold my old International Scout, my motorcycle for $300 and whatever else I didn't want to move to Phoenix and pocketed about $1500 in cash. We got married on Saturday, May 16th, Graduated from KU on Monday and were on our way to Phoenix, AZ on Wednesday for a 3 day drive to start our life together in Arizona, without the slightest idea where we would be 30 years later.
 
Since we couldn't afford a moving company, my Mom and Dad drove their pickup pulling a wooden enclosed trailer that my Dad had constructed that contained our furniture and belongings. Mrs. C. and I each drove a car on the 3 day trip. As it turned out, this also doubled as our honeymoon. Rolling down the hill at Sunset point on I-17, we had no idea and no plan that we would still be here 30 years later. In our mind it was going to be a stop until we got on our feet and decided where we would end up. Apparently God possessed the plan that we didn't have and he decided that we would raise a family and make our permanent home in the Phoenix area.
 
To get us going, we lived with my parents for about 3 months until we were both employed. Since Mrs. C. was marketable with an Architecture degree, my job was initially to help her look for work and drive her around town on interviews in a car with no air conditioning in the midst of one of the longest 110 degree consecutive day hot streaks the valley had ever seen. Must have been to make sure that if we could survive that summer, we were here to stay. Eventually she landed employment as an entry level draftsmen at a luxury home architect. One down one to go.
 
With a degree in Liberal Arts, I had no idea what I wanted to do. But with a degree like that, I guess there are no limits, you can do whatever you want to do. So I literally picked up the yellow pages, started with the A's and tried to figure out what profession I wanted to pursue. I got to the end of the S's and came across Stock Broker. A big light went off! That's what I want to do. I'll be a stock broker. So with no knowledge or formal training in this area at all, I started making calls and ended up getting an interview with E.F. Hutton. Putting on the only suit in my closet, I set out to become a stock broker with E.F. Hutton.
 
To make a long story short, I was initially turned down for the job as a result of their standard hiring test that consisted of sales calls to a sales professional in New York. But now I had my mind made up that I wanted to be a stock broker and work for E.F. Hutton. Armed with my eternal optimism, I went back to the manager, told him that I did not agree with their assessment and that I really wanted to do this. I asked if there was some other test that he could give me. For some reason, he decided to go outside the hiring guidelines and gave me a comprehensive 6 hour IQ and aptitude test. Three days later I was hired on to their 4 month training program that accepted only 150 people out of 10,000 applicants for the year.
 
Tammy and I we were now on our way. The training slot was not available until January of 1982. I had four months to do whatever I wanted to do, so I got a job at Beckett Aviation at the Scottsdale airport laying down the red carpet to executive travelers coming to Scottsdale, also solidifying my desire to fly that would be fulfilled 28 years later.
 
By September of 1981 we were both gainfully employed and moved into our first apartment, beginning what would be a journey full of ups, downs and sideways. We were 2 young kids fresh out of a small town in Kansas trying to find their way in a new town, new marriage while learning how to cope in the corporate environment. In 1986 we had our first and only child, a beautiful daughter. We soon decided that we would like another child. That was our plan, but was apparently was not part of the master plan, as after 3 years of trying it never happened. But we couldn't have been more happy raising one child and giving her all that we could. She is now 25 and recently gave us an awesome Grandson.
 
Fast forward to today. After a stock market crash in 1987 and a couple of career changes for me, I started a web site called Cyclerides.com back in 1999 as well as developing a product called Hat Saver that is sold across the U.S. and Japan. Mrs. C. was self employed as a partner in her own firm for almost 20 years and sold out 3 years ago. She still has her Architecture license and is working for a local Construction company. We don't know what God has in store for us for the next 30 years, but we do know that we have been blessed to share the good times and the challenging times these past 30 with each other. 
 
This week we are going to enjoy our long awaited honeymoon together in Kauai, reflect on our wonderful marriage and try to figure out how the last 30 years went by so fast. I can't imagine spending my life with anyone else and look forward to coming back to Kauai in another 30 years to do it all over again. Tammy has made me a better person, been with me every step of the way and made it possible for me to do all that I have done. I hope that she would say the same for me. Marriage is being a team, and I think we have made a good one. Thanks for everything Mrs. C.!
 
I've had a lot of people ask what is the secret to staying married so long. There is not one answer, but here are a few. We Laugh a lot, Love a lot, make marriage a priority, we can't wait to see each other again as soon as we walk out the door, do everything together including riding, and most of all, Choose Your Battles. Use the 10 second rule, decide what is really important before saying something that will fan the flame. Don't turn little annoyances into big issues just to make a point.
 
Thursday May 19th:
It is now Thursday and we have been enjoying our time in Kauai, HI. Highlights have been a 75 minute Helicopter ride with Island Helicopters around Kauai with a 15 minute landing at Jurassic Falls, an absolutely incredible adventure. And 2 days of riding a Road King for 220 miles to all ends of the Island. Great fun as well. We will be home Monday morning to relieve the house sitter and I will have the complete report of our trip to you in 2 weeks with all the pictures and details.
 
Thanks for allowing me to share our big day with all of you!  

Tidbits and Updates:
 
**I have been working on the Memorial Day celebration that we will be doing on Thursday, May 26th at the Cyclerides.com Westgate Bike Night. I seriously can't wait for this. It is shaping up to be a touching and memorable patriotic program that you will not want to miss. Here is schedule as it is now.
 
*Memorial Day program starts at 7:15pm
*Patriot Guard Riders will ride in with American Flags waving.
*National Anthem will be sung.
*15 Minute Memorial Day Presentation to Honor our Fallen
*Program includes a moving video and song on Giant LED Screen you will not want to miss.
*A 15 minute Patriotic set by Mogollon that is fantastic.
*Mogollon will be in concert the entire night from 6PM - 9PM.
*Arizona Centennial Copper Chopper will be on display, 5-10pm. 
 
This will be well worth the ride from all parts of the valley to participate in this event to honor our fallen troops while sharing our love of this great country. The night will rekindle your patriotic spirit. Send this to your riding buddies and post on your rider sites. We need to show support to our troops and honor our fallen. Hope to see you there.
FYI: I am still looking for a marching band to play some military fight songs to open the show. If you know of a High School that could do it, let me know.
 

 
Bike Nights
 
Every Thursday
 
Only 7 Nights Left!
Cyclerides.com Westgate Bike Night This Thursday night at the Cyclerides.com Westgate Bike Night ride by and enjoy live music featuring the "The Naugahydes"
 
The wait is finally over. Welcome back to "The Times Square In The Desert". The Cyclerides.com 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 Cyclerides.com Westgate Bike Night T-Shirt. You can also purchase them any time at Arrowhead Harley-Davidson – RideNow Powersports Peoria, Goodyear and Surprise. Click Here for Photos from bike night.
 
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:
"The Naugahydes" 6-9 PM.
 
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 Cyclerides.com/Westgate 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 Cyclerides.com 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.
 
T.E.A.M Arizona Motorcycle Training - "T.E.A.M. Arizona is the premier motorcycle rider education organization in Arizona.  We are dedicated to providing motorcycle education as a life-saving public service.  Through our passionate coaches and staff, we strive to deliver a FUN, safe, and consistent motorcycling experience to riders of all backgrounds and skill level.  T.E.A.M. Arizona is Your Road To Ride For Life."

For the duration of this run over the next 7 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 Jobing.com Arena and University of Phoenix Stadium.
 
Friday Nights
 
**The Cyclerides.com Mesa Riverview Bike Night We are back each Friday through the end of the Month.
Only 5 nights left, this bike night ends on June 24th. We will not be able to have the bike night on the first Friday of June. See new photos from this Bike Night. Be sure and check out the new Cyclerides.com 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.
 
Live Music in the street this week with "The Cell Phone Cowboy's"
 
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.
 
If you would like to be a vendor at this bike night, email me at info@cyclerides.com .
 
I would like to give special thanks to our First Sponsors of the Cyclerides.com 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 been injured in a motorcycle accident, call 800-LAWTIGERS (529-8443) or visit lawtigers.com.  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
 
Friday, May 20th
Chandler Harley-Davidson Service Open House. Event time 6pm - 8pm. Meet our Techs in person and have all your service question answered on the spot. This will be a great time to take some time with the techs to plan some of your future motor upgrades. We will be offering some fantastic Service Deals during the event. Store will be open late just for this event. Pizza and Drinks will be provided. See the Dyno Machine in action! Raffle Prizes, Giveaways and More. Don't miss this rare opportunity. Chandler HD is located at 6895 W. Chandler Blvd. in Chandler, AZ. 480-496-6800.
 
Friday - Sunday
May 20th - 22nd
30th RoadRunner Rally presented by AZ Beemers. "Arizona's largest Sport Touring and Adventure Rider Rally". All makes/riders welcome". This is Just a Great Rally! Join your friends in the tall pines of Northern Arizona, at Camp Shadow Pines in Heber. A weekend of great riding, food and camping awaits you. Registration fee is $50. Your rally fee includes camping and dinner Friday and Saturday night, continuous coffee, clean restrooms and hot showers. Live music from Junction 87 and Soli Belly Dance Fusion for your evening entertainment. Demo rides, vendors and great door prizes. Evening entertainment, door prize drawings and tech sessions are planned. Sign up at the rally to win great prizes by joining the dual sport ride or poker run. Visit our vendors. Hiking and fishing at nearby lakes and national parks. There are motels and cabins available in the area or reserve a bunk at the camp for $12.50 per night. For schedule of events go to bottom of THIS PAGE. Contact Brian Boles at 480-861-2816.
 
Saturday, May 21st
Armed Forces Day at Chester's Harley-Davidson. Armed Forces Day is going to be huge at Chester's Harley-Davidson this year! 3 Events in 1. It's a full day, jam packed with events! Any ACTIVE MILITARY with ID will get a bike wash and lunch FREE, no need to bring a donation! Your service is your donation!
NATIONAL ARMED FORCES FreedomRide
8 AM - Registration, 8:30 AM - Opening Ceremonies, 10:30 AM - Last Bike Out.
Donations of $25 per Bike/$35 with passenger. Details at azfreedomeride.webs.com.
UNITED BLOOD SERVICES BLOOD DRIVE 10 AM - 2 PM
Chester's Harley-Davidson is sponsoring a blood drive for Armed Forces Day. Please click on the link below and make an appointment to Save A Life! There is always a need for blood and only volunteer donors can fulfill that need for patients in our community. Nationwide, someone needs a unit of blood every 2 to 3 seconds and most of us will need blood in our lifetime. Sign up for your appointment, C
lick here!
BIKINI BIKE WASH & PARTY ON THE PATIO
with 93.3 KDKB and live entertainment by Sludge's Build a Band!
Click here to read about Sludge's Build a Band. 11 AM - 1 PM. Instead of a donation, bring an ITEM for the troops! Click here for a list of items they need. ALL will benefit PACKAGES FROM HOME, who will be on site to collect your donations! Donate an item, get lunch (volunteers from EV HOG) and your bike washed!
 
Saturday, May 21st
Anthem Harley-Davidson Hogs and Dogs & Women Garage Party. You are always looking for that destination ride and Anthem HD is a great destination for doing just that. Come out and join us on Saturday, May 21st at Anthem HD for some FREE Food, Drinks and Live Music from 11am - 3pm. Buddy Stubbs Anthem Harley-Davidson is also hosting a Garage Party and best of all it's free, and just for women! 11am - 3pm. Come out and discover taking the next step to motorcycling alongside fellow women during a day full of fun activities. Reserve your spot today by emailing marketing@buddystubbs.com . For more information on H-D Garage Parties click www.h-d.com/garageparty. Buddy Stubbs Anthem HD is located at 41715 N. 41st Dr. in Anthem, AZ. 623-465-1122.
 
Sunday, May 22nd
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 Come on out and party with everyone who loves and misses Kimmy. Live Music featuring Cellphone Cowboys. The Shrine Temple will have the bar open. Admission is Free. Silent Auction, Troop Fuel, Vendors, Cash Bar.  Free Vendor spots, call 602-708-3024 for vendor info.
 
Sunday, May 22nd
2nd Annual "Can You See Me Now?" Motorcycle Awareness Ride. All riders know that more needs to be done to raise motorists awareness to the thousands of motorcycles sharing U.S. roads and highways each year. Communities across the nation experience crashes resulting in serious rider injury or fatality due to inattentive, careless or unaware drivers. In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2008, 47 percent of all motorcycles involved in fatal crashes collided with another type of motor vehicle. Ride leaves at 10am from the Cactus Moon Sports Grill located across from Toby Keith's at Mesa Riverview, Loop 202 and Dobson Rd. Cactus Moon opens at 10am with food and drink specials. Ride ends at Buffalo Chip Saloon in Cave Creek. All you can eat BBQ Buffet Special. Prizes and Live Music. The ride is open to any and all motorcycle riding individuals, clubs and groups. If at all possible, please wear a bright green, bright orange or bright yellow shirt. For more details go to http://mcawarenessridephx.com/ .
 
Sunday, May 22nd
First Annual Sage & Sand Grill Blessing of the Bikes BBQ and Bike Show. Start the riding season with a Blessing for a safe rest of the year. Promote a sense of community & fellowship among riders. Support local charities! Motorcyclists and non-motorcyclists alike may attend the blessing. The event features live classic rock music by Nowhere Fast from 3pm - 7pm. Blessing of the bikes will be at 4pm. Food specials,  vendors, families, give aways, door prizes, raffles and motorcycles of all makes and models. $5 entry donation (per bike or car) ALL ENTRY PROCEEDS WILL BENEFIT: Paralyzed Veterans of America. Merchandise vendors are on-site and invited to sell leather goods, t-shirts, jewelry and other "biker stuff". Participants can enter their motorcycle for a chance to win the "Bikers Choice" Contest. Winners receive a trophy and cash prize.  
 
Sunday, May 22nd
American Legion Post #105 First Annual Car and Bike Show. Fund raiser for S.A.L. and A.L.R. Poker Run sign in starts at 11am. Last card 3pm. High and low hand winner. Breakfast and lunch available. 3534 W. Calavar Rd. in Phoenix. 602-938-1811.
 
Next Week
 
Wednesday, May 25th
Hacienda Harley-Davidson Ladies Purse Party. Attention Ladies! Stop by the Hacienda HD Purse Party from 6:30 - 9:00PM located at our warehouse at 15820 N. 84th St., Unit #25 in Scottsdale, AZ. 1/2 block South of the dealership. Meet world renowned pinstriper Mark Brodie who will be on hand to custom pinstripe purses. Cocktails will be served, Free to attend, Ladies only.
 
Save The Date: Thursday, May 26th
I have been working on the Memorial Day celebration that we will be doing on Thursday, May 26th at the Cyclerides.com Westgate Bike Night. I seriously can't wait for this. It is shaping up to be a touching and memorable patriotic program that you will not want to miss. Here is schedule as it is now.
 
*Memorial Day program starts at 7:15pm
*Patriot Guard Riders will ride in with American Flags waving.
*National Anthem will be sung.
*15 Minute Memorial Day Presentation to Honor our Fallen
*Program includes a moving video and song on Giant LED Screen you will not want to miss.
*A 15 minute Patriotic set by Mogollon that is fantastic.
*Mogollon will be in concert the entire night from 6PM - 9PM.
*Arizona Centennial Copper Chopper will be on display, 5-10pm. 
 
This will be well worth the ride from all parts of the valley to participate in this event to honor our fallen troops while sharing our love of this great country. The night will rekindle your patriotic spirit. Send this to your riding buddies and post on your rider sites. We need to show support to our troops and honor our fallen. Hope to see you there.
FYI: I am still looking for a marching band to play some military fight songs to open the show. If you know of a High School that could do it, let me know.
 
Friday, May 27th
Chandler Harley-Davidson Movie Night. Join Chandler HD for Movie Night featuring Harley-Davidson and the Marlboro Man starring Mickey Rourke and Don Johnson. Watch the movie on our huge outdoor screen. The movie will start at 7:30pm. This is a FREE event with FREE popcorn. Bring your blankets or a lawn chair to enjoy the outside movie with us. Chandler Harley-Davidson is located at 6895 W. Chandler Blvd. in Chandler, AZ. 480-496-6800.
 
Saturday, May 28th
Buddy Stubbs Harley-Davidson Hogs and Dogs & Women Garage Party. Buddy is combining his popular Hogs and Dogs party with the Women's Garage Party. Come out and join us on Saturday, May 21st at Buddy Stubbs HD for some FREE Food, Drinks and Live Music, Museum Tours at 12:30pm and Pool Tournament from 11am - 3pm. Buddy Stubbs Harley-Davidson is also hosting a Garage Party and best of all it's free, and just for women! 11am - 3pm. Come out and discover taking the next step to motorcycling alongside fellow women during a day full of fun activities. Reserve your spot today by emailing marketing@buddystubbs.com . For more information on H-D Garage Parties click www.h-d.com/garageparty. Buddy Stubbs HD is located at 41715 N. 41st Dr. in Anthem, AZ. 623-465-1122.
 
Saturday, May 28th
Freedom Rock Experience. Rock concert with CTS - Consider The Source and the Mountain View High School Orchestra.  This show is a multi-media rock concert honoring the Real American Hero including Military, Police, Firefighters and Teachers.  The show is also about inspiring our youth to live their American Dream.  We will honor the fallen and those serving now along with the people who sacrificed from the Tucson incident. 7pm - Mesa Art Center, Ikeda Theater - Main St, Mesa. Ticket cost: TBA. This show will rock your world and make you proud to be an American.  CTS performed at the National Patriot Guard Rally last September 11th at Fort Hood, Texas with over 90 High School orchestra students on stage rocking the show.  WE really would love to have a huge biker community turnout.  Arizona can use some positive. Contact Cindy Goldney at Goldline Entertainment - 602-505-1392.
 
Saturday, May 30th
Buddy Stubbs Harley-Davidson Presents Patriot Guard Riders Memorial Day Ride. Meet at  Buddy Stubbs Harley Davidson - 13850 N. Cave Creek Rd. in Phoenix by 9:30 am; Kick Stands Up at 10 am. Cost  $10 per rider. To Benefit Friends of Freedom, a 501(c)(3) chartered foundation, pending nonprofit organization status. It is comprised of a team of business owner’s, leaders of industry and everyday citizens dedicated to aiding and supporting our military family of active duty service members and veterans and the men and women first responders  in our police, fire and emergency response teams. Our goal is to provide resources, networks and an occasional smile to those who serve the country protecting our Freedoms. Register Today at  http://azmemorialdayride.eventbrite.com For more information contact  Amy Petrovsky, Sensational Events, 602-696-4646 or amy@sensationalevents.com
 
Extras

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