Weekly Update

Greetings Riders,

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As I mentioned in the newsletter last week, I will be taking a couple of weeks off from the editorial part of the newsletter to recharge, however, the upcoming events will still be listed below as usual.

But this week I would like to pass along my condolences to the family of Ray Chavez. Ray passed away last week at the age of 106 years. You might remember Ray as the oldest living Pearl Harbor survivor whom we had him at the Veterans Day event at the Bike Night at Westgate last November. I had the opportunity to get to spend some time with him last year and he was a charming man that was enjoying every minute of his 105 years at that time. Earlier this year he was at the White House to meet President Trump on his 106th birthday. He had great long life and will be missed by many. Here is a picture of Ray in the wheelchair with my Dad behind him. Click Here. They were both WW2 Veterans and passed away just a couple of months from each other. They will both be missed.

Please stay up to date and "Like" the Facebook Page for updates on special activations, Live Music and Specials at both of our Bike Nights.

Enjoy your week and Please Ride Safe!

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Next Week

Saturday, December 8th
2018 Toys for Tots 11th Annual Fundraiser. 11th annual TOYS FOR TOTS Sponsored by Scotts Customs and Fuzzys bar and grille. This year we have many new things going on. At 9 am sharp we will have a flag presentation, Put together by the young marines organization. 16 young marines, ages 8 to 17 in camo fatigues. This should be great to see for sure. Also we will have a free face painter for all the kids. Maybe a few brave adult’s lol.
Santa will be with us again all day. We will have live music from 2 to 6, Raffle tickets, many great prizes from our long list of sponsors. 50/50 drawing. Last year’s winner walked off with 750 bucks. Anyone and everyone are welcome to come out and give us a hand collecting toys and money.
Our personal record is over $14,000 in cash in just under 7 hours and a large trailer full of toys. Thanks so much for your continued support.
Scott and Linda McEwen. Event takes place at Fuzzys Bar and Grille located at 18795 N. Reems Rd. #109 in Surprise, AZ.

Saturday, December 8th
Sleigh Ride Toy Run Morongo Casino Resort Palm Springs. Join us at Morongo Casino Resort in Palm Springs for the Sleigh Ride Toy Run. Event time is 1pm - 9pm. Included in your entry fee there is a chance to win a Motorcycle and a attend a concert by Rodney Atkins. There will be Food, Bars, Live Music, Vendors, Toy Ride and Festival. $30 in advance, $25 with at toy or $40 at the door. Raffle prize giveaway with a toy donation. Morongo Casino Resort is located at 49500 Seminole Drive, Cabazon, CA 92230. Toll-Free: 1-800-252-4499.


Mid Week Updates will be made on the Facebook. New Easy to remember Facebook address. Go to Over 7000 LIKES! 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!

Instant regret. Some of these will make you cring
e.  Click Here to View.

Video of the Week.
Las Vegas magician Mac King has a trick that's so notoriously difficult to figure out, even Penn and Teller have admitted they have no clue how he does it. Click Here. Click on the Video of the Week graphic to view.
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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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