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Greetings Riders,

Well, if it is cooler temperatures that you have been waiting for to take a ride, your time has come. Looks like we have mid 70’s for highs the next couple of days which will be great for bike nights. Hopefully the triple digit temperatures are gone until next year. We all deserve a break after this summer in AZ. The weather report is calling for some possible rain on Thursday morning and then sunny skies and 75 in the afternoon. Perfect for a ride to the Westgate Bike Night to see the display of the Huge lifted trucks. (Reminder: Westgate Bike Night will be moving to Wednesday nights for the last 5 nights beginning on Wednesday, October 19th with Sand Rail theme night.

We will also be having lifted trucks on display at the Mesa Riverview Bike Night on Friday, October 7th with Live Music by valley favorite Rondavous. NEW!! There is also a Spook House called Dark Scares Haunted Attraction that has opened for the month of October next to the Photo Gallery that you can visit while at bike night. There are 2 rooms totaling over 10,000 square feet and the cost is $15 per person. It will be nice to get out the leather jacket for a great evening ride to bike nights. See you there.

Highlight event for this weekend in Phoenix will be the Rocktoberfest concert featuring Paul Rodgers at Chester’s HD on Saturday night. I have seen Paul Rodgers of Bad Company twice before and we will be there again. He puts on one heck of a show with songs you were singing when you were a lot younger. If you are in Tucson, the Hogtoberfest at Tucson HD will be a huge party as well. Three separate poker runs and multiple bands.

2011 Ride Day 7 & 8
Jackson, WY to Utah Hwy. 12 to Phoenix, AZ

When I left you last week we were in Jackson, WY. If you missed that letter, Click Here to catch up. There are a couple of good ways to get back to AZ from Jackson, WY and we have done them both. If you take the scenic routes you will be looking at a little over 1000 miles. If you do the fastest way around 900. We have done the route that takes you through Flaming Gorge and that is very good, but we were trying to knock out some miles while also taking some scenic routes. This time we decided to take Hwy. 89 out of Jackson that takes you through Montpelier, ID and across the Logan Pass into Utah. This route takes you through some beautiful Wyoming countryside as well as Paris, Idaho, past Bear Lake and through the Beautiful Logan Canyon. This is an excellent route and Logan Canyon is excellent.

Our destination for the day was to be a 500 mile ride to Torrey, Utah so that we could be ready to take All American Road Utah Hwy. 12 the next morning. To make up some time we hopped on I-15 and headed South through Salt Lake City for 180 miles to Scipio where we caught Hwy. 50 to Hwy. 24 on in to Torrey. These are both excellent 2 lane roads that take you adjacent and through Fish Lake National Forest. Hwy. 24 in particular gives you a beautiful view of the classic Utah landscape and farming country. We really enjoyed coming into Torrey. The old town of Torrey, located within a 5 miles of Capital Reef National Park has become a really cool little town for tourists to stay before going to the park or down Hwy. 12. I would recommend it for a place to spend the night. Lots of lodging. An excellent place to stay is the Best Western overlooking the red rocks of Capitol Reef.

Our last full day of our 2011 Ride was going to take us 550 miles home. The last day of a road trip is always kind of bittersweet. You are kind of anxious to get home to see your family, pets or whatever. But you really hate giving up the freedom of no schedules, no meetings, no expectations and just spending 10 hours a day enjoying the ride and the beautiful scenery. But reality does have a way of rearing its’ ugly head and you know it is coming sooner or later.

On this trip we saved one of the top roads in the United States for last, Utah Hwy. 12, one of 31 roads with the All American Road distinction.  Since we had 550 miles to cover this day we decided to get up early and make our last day on the road a great one packed with scenery. We were virtually right at the entrance of Capitol Reef National Park, so we decided to do a 25 mile round trip through there just to enjoy the beautiful red rocks in this area. If you are in the area, make sure to go through there.

We had done Hwy. 12 before going from South to North, so we were excited to do it in the opposite direction. When heading South from Torrey you will very quickly climb through the Dixie National Forest to over 9000 feet in elevation before dropping down into Boulder, Utah. This 36 mile ride will take you over the mountain through many twisties, pine trees and Aspens. If you like Aspen trees, you are going to love this part of the route as you will ride through about 20 solid miles of Aspen trees on both sides of the road. It is an awesome ride and would be beautiful about now with the leaves changing. Makes me want to go to it again right now.

Boulder is a really good place to eat breakfast, lunch or dinner. There are only 3 restaurants here that I know of, but we had breakfast at the Boulder Mesa Restaurant that is just about a block East of Hwy. 12 on Burr Trail Rd. I would highly recommend this one for breakfast. There is also the Burr Trail Grill for lunch that is right on the corner of Hwy. 12 and Burr Trail. But they only serve lunch and dinner.

Leaving Boulder heading South you will soon leave the forest and get into the Utah red rock and sandstone. About 5 miles from Boulder you will reach a section of the road known as the Hogsback. You will know when you are there when you see the sign that says: Steep Grades, Sharp Curves Next 4 miles. The Hogsback is the part of the road that travels along the top of a narrow canyon, which in places slopes down with little shoulder on both sides to a 2000 foot drop. There is a small turn off to the side of the road that you can stop to peer over the edge. It is worth the stop to see the Escalante River down below lined with trees winding its way through the bottom of the canyon. This is also known as the Million Dollar road to Boulder.

For the next 6 miles you will travel a beautiful road through the canyon lined by red rocks and trees that will break out to miles of windswept sandstone as you make your way back up to the top of the hill for an endless view. Looking down onto the road that you have just ridden is a really cool site. From here you will be only a few miles from Escalante where you will get back into some high desert trees before descending into the farming communities of Henrieville, Cannonville and Tropic. The drive from Tropic to the entrance of Bryce Canyon is exceptionally beautiful and you get a taste of the orange, pink and red hoodoo’s that you will see in Bryce.

If you have never been to Bryce Canyon National Park, I would highly recommend doing this. It is one of the more beautiful and and unique areas in the Western United States. We have been there 3 times and I am ready to go back again. Click Here for some photos from Bryce Canyon from one of our prior visits.

Here is a great interactive map of Hwy. 12.

From Hwy. 12 we turned South on Hwy. 89 through Kanab to 89A where we stopped at Jacob Lake Restaurant for gas, a milk shake and a break. We then continued on 89A by Vermillion Cliffs before connecting again with 89 to Flagstaff for fuel before making the last 130 mile leg of the trip to home.

As I said before, it is bittersweet getting home because you are trading in a week in a fantasy world of nothing but you and the road, for 51 weeks of what you already know. But we always give thanks for having a safe trip and being able to enjoy this beautiful country that we live in, the best possible way it can be seen, from the seat of a motorcycle. This was one of our more enjoyable trips for sure. Not only the scenery, but the amount of wildlife we saw was exceptional this year. The buffalo experience really put the exclamation on that. But the added bonus for me was seeing Mrs. C. enjoying every minute of riding her own bike on this trip. It was a really nice to share that experience with her.

Google Map of the 2 days. Jackson, WY to Phoenix, AZ.
See 178 Beautiful Photos from the days. Click on Slideshow in upper right for best Full Screen viewing.

Recap of entire 2011 Ride:
The trip ended up being 8 states in 8 1/2 days covering 3450 miles. It was a wonderful route and one that I would do again tomorrow. The highlights were The Million Dollar Highway in Colorado, Mt. Evans, Custer State Park in South Dakota, All of the Black Hills riding, Beartooth Pass in Montana, Yellowstone National Park, Grand Tetons and Hwy. 12 in Utah.

I have posted almost 900 photos from this trip, a lot of them are excellent and will give you a virtual tour of the areas that we visited. Click Here to visit the Riding Photos section and click on the 2011 Ride Photos from each day.

Click Here for a Google Map of the entire basic route.

If you would like to read the entire catalog of stories in succession, Click Here to start at the beginning. At the bottom of each editorial you will see a link to take you to the next day. There are links to photos and maps of each day.

Tidbits and Updates:

**For those of you that have been following the bike build I have a couple of more pics for you today. I really can’t believe how tough it is to help design and implement a bike build like this, and I’m not even doing the work! This was supposed to be just a few days in fabrication and is now 6 weeks into the process. The gills that you saw in the side covers have now been removed. Once we got the bags done with the lights in them, the gills/louvers in the side covers no longer matched the theme, so I had Jim take them out and mold the side covers into the bags. So now they are one piece. Sounds kind of funny but it works just fine. Jim also made some low profile bag lids with smooth edges which are really nice looking. I am really happy with how the bags came out and we are back on track. Click Here for new pics.

**Bike Night Updates: Westgate Bike Night will move to Wednesday nights for the remainder of the season starting on Wednesday, October 19th. It will be on Thursday for the next 2 nights. This week is Monster Lifted Trucks theme night. Mesa Riverview Bike night will continue on every Friday night through the end of the season on November 18th. This week enjoy Rondavous Live. This week is Monster Lifted Trucks theme night. Come see the Dark Scares Haunted Attraction that opened the doors this week located next to the Photo Gallery. 10,000 sq. ft. of scary fun.

**Was sad to hear of the passing of Steve Jobs at such a young age. I have never owned an Apple product personally, but it is obvious that he has shaped technology for the last 30 years and has his fingerprints on most everything we do in technology today. His innovative mind will be missed. Rest in peace Steve Jobs.

Thursday Nights Westgate Bike Night: See Photos from last week.
We are going to expand the frequency for the Fall season at Westgate as there will be 10 nights this year. Due to the Coyotes schedule and not being able to overlap on their games because they use events plaza, we will be doing 5 Thursday nights in a row starting on Thursday, September 15th through Thursday, October 13th. Then we will switch to Wednesday nights for the next 5 from Wednesday, October 19th through Wednesday, November 16th. Event Time 5-9 PM. This year we will be doing theme nights that will incorporate classic cars, music and Extreme Machines. The next 2 will be 60’s and 70’s with classic cars reflecting the era. We will then move on to “Extreme Machines” bringing in for display the most exotic motorsports we can find for you to see. I am really looking forward to programming this season. There will be something new to see each week. Click Here for Schedule and details. Pass this on to your riding pals. If you would be interested in being a vendor contact me at .
Highlights this Week:
Monster Lifted Trucks Theme Night this week!
Big D’s Mobile DJ’s spinning tunes.
3 Big Lifted Trucks will be on display.

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 Accident Lawyers.
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.

Arrowhead HD and Ridenow Powersports 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
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.

Allstate Insurance – Kirk Borg Agency
Allstate insurance has extremely attractive insurance rates for motorcycles, cars and homes. Stop by and see Kirk at Westgate to get a competitive quote on your bike. Ask about bundling all your insurance for reduced rates. Contact Kirk Borg at or call 623-561-0445. Located at 20229 N. 67th Ave., Ste C-4 • Glendale, AZ 85308.

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. 21601 N. 3rd Ave. Suite D., Phoenix, AZ. 623-879-8470.
Friday Nights Mesa Riverview Bike Night: See Photos from Last Week.
We will be doing 10 consecutive weeks at Mesa Riverview starting on Friday, September 16th and ending on November 18th. Event time 6-9 PM. I will also be programming theme nights at Riverview with Live Bands, Vendors and static displays including the best of Monster Trucks, Power Boats, Sand Rails, etc. for you to view. The Photo Gallery will also be back with some new photos from the archives and from our trip this year. For those of you on the East side, we are looking to bring you even more fun this season. Look forward to seeing you there. If you would be interested in being a vendor contact me at . Click Here for Details.
Highlights this Week:
Lifted Truck Theme Night this week!
Live Music from Rondavous
Lifted Trucks on display.
NEW!! There is also a Spook House called Dark Scares Haunted Attraction that has opened for the month of October next to the Photo Gallery that you can visit while at bike night. There are 2 rooms totaling over 10,000 square feet and the cost is $15 per person.

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

The Law Tigers - The Law Tigers are Arizona's Injury Lawyers Who Ride. We know bikes, riders, and the law. If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, call 1-800-LAWTIGERS (529-8443) Visit

Ridenow Powersports. Valley wide locations for all of your ATV, Jet Ski and Motorcycle needs.
Next Week
Saturday, October 8th
Harley-Davidson of Tucson HOGtoberfest presented by Tucson Harley Owners Group. A great way to celebrate fall in Southern Arizona! Registration is free!! Check the website for information on ordering shirts, patches, etc. Highlights of the event include 3 different length Poker Runs, good food, Beer Garden, Bike Show, Vendors, Silent Auction, Fashion Show, Tucson Harley-Davidson Bike Build, Harley Girls Bike Wash, Big Wheel Races, Car Show and three Hot Summer Nights finalist bands vying for the $1,000 Battle of the Bands Grand Prize! HOGtoberfest is sponsored by Tucson Harley-Davidson, and the event is at the Dealership on the northwest corner of Interstate 10 and Ina Road. 7355 N. I-10 EB Frontage Rd, Tucson, AZ. Poker Runs start at Noon and Last Bike in is at 4:30. The event closes at 8:00PM. Click Here for Details. 520-751-3380
Saturday, October 8th
Superstition Harley-Davidson MDA Scrabble Run. Join the Muscular Dystrophy Association for the 2nd Annual MDA Scrabble Run hosted by Superstition Harley-Davidson. The winning wordsmith will get a two-night stay at the South Pointe Hotel Casino and Spa in Las Vegas. Check in begins at 9am at Superstition HD located at 2910 W. Apache Trail in Apache Junction, AZ. Riders leave at their own pace. Must reach final stop by 12:30pm. $30 each bike, $15 riders. First 100 riders to register will receive a 2011 Harley Davidson MDA Pin. Click Here to register today.
Saturday, October 8th
Choir Boys C.U.F.F.S. Ride. This is always a good run. Choir Boys are a Law Enforcement organization committed to assisting the survivors of fallen law enforcement officers with immediate needs. This is a great cause to help families of the Civil Servants the help us every day. Net proceeds go to the families of officers killed or injured in the line of duty. Registration starts from 11:00 am – 1 pm. Donation: Rider - $25.00, Passenger - $15.00. Free Ride Pin to first 500 registered. After party at Chester's Rocktoberfest featuring a concert with Paul Rodgers. Live Bands all day, Vendors, Beer Garden, Sponsored by Chester's Harley-Davidson. FMI call 480-894-0404. Register at Chester's Harley Davidson 11 am – 1 pm at 922 S Country Club Dr., Mesa.
Saturday, October 8th
Chester’s Harley-Davidson Rocktoberfest with Paul Rodgers.
Rocktoberfest is back bigger and better than ever with Paul Rodgers in concert. You heard him in Bad Company, Free, The Firm and Queen. Grammy Award Winner Paul Rodgers will be hear to rock your socks off with all of your favorite tunes. This Singer, Song writer has sold over 125 million records. You will also enjoy Vendors, Bike Builders, Bikini Contest, Food and Beer garden at the Chester’s Harley-Davidson pavilion. Tickets on sale today at Chester's H-D. Let The Good Times Roll. General admission only $20.00. VIP tickets range from $45.00 - $60.00.
Don’t miss this one, Paul Rodgers puts on a great show!
Gates open at 11am with bands all day long including:
Pete Cummings (KSLX), Crooked Grin, 74th Street Band, Christopher Robin Band, Sludges Build a Band (KDKB), Mojo Zoso,
Grahams Number from Atlanta GA.
Chester’s HD is located at 922 S. Country Club Dr. in Mesa, AZ.
VIP tickets are by row and are limited. Get yours now. Click Here to buy tickets.
Saturday and Sunday, October 8th and 9th
Chandler Harley-Davidson Demo Event. Been waiting to ride that new Harley-Davidson that you saw in the magazine? Now is your chance, take advantage of Demo Days at Chandler Harley-Davidson in Chandler this weekend. Event time 10am-4pm. Don't Ride? Want to feel what riding a Harley is all about? Try the Jumpstart Experience! You will feel like you are riding a motorcycle without ever leaving the parking lot. Get here early to ride the Bike you want to own. Enjoy Food and Prizes. Spend $200 in Genuine Motor Parts or Motorclothes Apparel OR buy a Motorcycle and go in the Money Machine. Chandler Harley-Davidson is located at 6895 W. Chandler Blvd. in Chandler, AZ. 480-496-6800.
Next Week
Thursday, October 13th
Patriot Guard Riders Appreciation Night and Fundraiser. Hosted by A.L.R. Chapter 58 in Fountain Hills. 6pm. Raffles, Food, Fun and Jagermeister Specials.
October 14th – 16th
Devils Oven 2011. A 3 day event to benefit C.O.P.S. Concerns of Police Survivors. Includes ride to Sedona on Saturday.
See flyer for details.
Saturday, October 15th
Buddy Stubbs Anthem Hogs and Dogs. With cooler weather upon us, there has been no better time to ride on up to Buddy Stubbs Anthem Harley-Davidson! Join the crew on Saturday, October 15th, to take part in their monthly Hogs & Dogs event from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Enjoy FREE food, drinks and other great  specials! Visit with new and familiar faces while you shop their Rider’s Sale and save up to 20% on Boots, Nylon Jackets, Helmets, and Leather Jackets. For more info call (623) 465-1122 or go to
Saturday, October 15th
Christopher’s Run. On February 18, 2011, Christopher Ellis and his mother were shot and killed by his stepfather. Christopher was only 19 and had planned to start his first day of college four days later.The family decided to turn Christopher’s tragedy into an opportunity. Christopher’s Run, a Motorcycle Poker Run on October 15 to benefit the House of Refuge, Inc., will permit Christopher’s name to be associated with an effort to support a program that inspires hope, courage, and safety for victims of domestic violence. Ride Begins And Ends At Chester's Harley Davidson. 922 S. Country Club Dr. Mesa, Az 85210. Registration At 8:30 AM. Kiki's French Toast Breakfast 8:30 AM In Chester's Outdoor Cafe. Free To Registered Riders And Passengers. $5.00 Donation For Non-Riders. Kickstands Up At 10:00 AM.
Post Party Begins At 1:00 PM. Any support you can give will be greatly appreciated. Together we can give hope to people who feel hopeless.
Saturday, October 15th
American Legion Riders Post 26 Poker Run. Five stops with a free card at each stop. For the Mesa Veterans' Day Parade. Come out and support the parade that honors our heroes past and present!  Starts and ends at American Legion Post 26, 505 W. 2nd Ave in Mesa (between Country Club Dr and Extension Rd). Admission $20 Per Bike. Run is under 100 miles.  Registration 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. Last bike in 3:00 p.m. Party afterwards, live music, silent auction, raffles.  High Hand & Low Hand. $5 Breakfast: 8 to 10 a.m.  $5 Lunch: 1 to 4 p.m.
Sunday, October 16th
Bikers For Boobies. Benefitting Breast Cancer Casting for Recovery AZ. Registration and Breakfast begins at 10AM to 11:30AM. Last bike out 11:30, Last Bike in 4:30. Begins at Chester’s HD located at 922 S. Country Club Rd. in Mesa.  Ends at Dirty Dogg Saloon. $25 per person or $35 per couple. Registration Fee includes Breakfast at Chester’s and Lunch at Flicka’s. Raffle, Auction, Live Music, and more!! 1st 250 people PRE-REGISTERED receive a gift bag and Bikers for Boobies T-shirt. See flyer for more information.
Sunday, October 16th
Ride For Kids. The Ride For Kids supports the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. Every day, 10 more children are diagnosed with a brain tumor. Brain tumors are the deadliest form of childhood cancer. 76% of children diagnosed with a brain tumor are younger than 15. 4 out of 10 children with a brain tumor will die within five years of diagnosis. The Ride for Kids and the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation was started by Bikers and is still run by Bikers 28 years later. The ride starts at Desert Ridge High School 10045 E. Madero Ave. Mesa, AZ 85212. Registration opens at 8 AM and closes at 9:45 AM. The scenic, escorted ride starts at 10 AM sharp, rain or shine! $35.00 per bike min donation 1 or 2 up includes : breakfast Omelets,coffee,juices, donuts, muffins, fruit,soda,water, a light lunch on return to the school.
The fun thing about this ride is we take the Kids out of the hospitals on this ride to give them a day to forget their problems. You can use my info for contact and for the website.
Tuesday, October 18th
Ribbon Riders of Arizona ride for Breast Cancer Awareness. Presented By Joeta's Leather to benefit Virginia Piper Cancer Center. Details: Tour women's breast health center. (This portion women only). Actual mammogram presentation, reading and explanation. Next, (for all) Piper Center tour and presentation with open discussion. Admission: $10.00 per person. Register Time: 9:00-11:00. Location: Joeta's Leather, 433 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ. 480-827-1868 or 480-200-1026. Register Time at Virginia Piper Cancer Center 11:00-11:45 at 10460 N. 92nd Street in Scottsdale, AZ. You don't have to ride a motorcycle to come learn and enjoy this event. Everyone is welcome.  All monies stay in our community. Registration includes light breakfast at Joeta's, snacks at Piper Center. If you cannot afford this event please contact Joeta directly. Early detection is key!
Upcoming Events
Saturday, October 22nd
“Arizona On the Move” City of Peoria Centennial Celebration. SAVE THE DATE! This is one event that you will want to attend. Presented by SRP, this event includes a free community breakfast sponsored by Peoria Firefighters Charities, a 5K run (7:30 am start), family bike ride, Motorcycle Run to Prescott, kids arts and crafts, the Copper Chopper, horse and buggy rides, entertainment and much more!
After the event, enjoy "Mogollon" in concert at Arrowhead Harley Davidson from 4 pm–7 pm.
*Free pancake breakfast from 8:00am-10:00am
*Open ride to Prescott up through Yarnell and Prescott National Forest.
*Price includes a long sleeve black even t-shirt for the first 300 riders, Arizona Centennial pin and Mogollon Show at Arrowhead Harley-Davidson following the ride.
*Ride to benefit West Valley Special Olympics and PLAY Peoria Inc.
*Come Celebrate Arizona Centennial. Register at the next three Bike Nights at Westgate or on the day of the event.
November 10-13
The Rocky Point Rally is Back the 11th year! This year the RPR will be from Thursday, November 10th – Sunday the 13th.
Thursday: Kickoff Party at Sandy Beach 5pm till
Friday: Miss Rocky Point contest and concert 2-5pm Pinky’s
Playa Bonita concert 5-8pm
T-Bar Pub Crawl 13th Street 8pm
Penasco Del Sol concert 9pm till
Saturday: Old Port 10am concert, bikini bike wash etc
Parade 4pm leaving Capone’s
Final Party Jungles 5pm till
Sunday: Penasco Del Sol pool party 1-5pm
Old Port pub crawl 6-10pm

Mid Week Updates will be made on the Facebook. New Easy to remember Facebook address. Go to Facebook. Over 3400 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!

This is really good. I don’t know how they pulled this off, but it is called X-Ray plasma TV. Click Here to View.

Trask Performance Too Hot To Ride Specials!
Riding season is just around the corner. So bring your bike in now and have it prepped. Service specials such as oil changes, tranny and primary lubrication changes and free tire installs. We do a quality check ensuring your ride is good to go. From now till October 15th. Make an appointment with James at 623-879-8488 ext 3. Trask Performance is located at 21601 N. 3rd Ave. Suite D in Phoenix, AZ. Arizona's premier performance and service center, Trask Performance!

This one is really cute. Check out these 2 baby elephants playing in a play pool. Click Here to View.

Video of the Week: Ever wanted a tattoo removed. Take a look at Saturday Night Live spin on this subject. 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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