Weekly Update

Greetings Riders,
Well, the mid term elections are done and we should all be glad of that. I don't know how many more days of the negative campaigning I could take. It seemed like the worst ever for that strategy. Due to the fallout of less than stellar progress in the Iraq war, this election cycle has provided us with a new cast of characters that will try their hand at governing in Washington. Should be an interesting couple of years as the new team takes over. We also have a busy week right here in our area as NASCAR fans make their trek to PIR, motorcycle riders make their trek to Rocky Point and the newly elected politicians make their trek to Washington. And who do we have to thank for all of these Freedoms? If you guessed our Veterans, you would be correct. Veterans Day is also this weekend, and without them, we wouldn't have to worry about elections, NASCAR or motorcycle rides, because there wouldn't be any. So if you see a Veteran or current serviceman this week, give them a big "Thank You".
Most of you know that November 11th is Veterans Day, a day set aside as a government holiday to honor Veterans of all Wars. But, do you know the history of Veterans Day, formerly "Armistice Day"? Since we all owe a debt of gratitude to the Veterans that have served to defend our Country, I thought we should have a better understanding of how this day began. On November 11th, 1918, the Germans signed the Armistice, an order was issued for all firing to cease at 11am; so the hostilities of the First World War ended. This day was set aside to reflect and remember the sacrifices men and women made during World War I in order to ensure peace. The first official celebration was on November 11th, 1919. Veterans who survived the war marched in parades and were hometown heroes. Ceremonies were held and speeches were made. World War 1 was called ‘the war to end all wars’ because everyone hoped there would never be another one.
Almost 20 years later in 1938, Congress voted Armistice Day a federal holiday.
Unfortunately the very next year, in 1939, World War II began. This ended the theory of no more wars. In Emporia, Kansas, on November 11, 1953, instead of an Armistice Day program, there was a Veterans' Day observance.  Ed Rees, of Emporia, was so impressed that he introduced a bill into the House to change the name to Veterans' Day. The name was changed to Veterans' Day by Act of Congress on May 24, 1954.  In October of that year, President Eisenhower called on all citizens to observe the day by remembering the sacrifices of all those who fought so gallantly, and through rededication to the task of promoting an enduring peace.  The President referred to the change of name to Veterans' Day in honor of the servicemen of all America's wars. 
Due to the 11:00am ceasefire of World War 1, and the signing of the Armistice, the American Legion started observing Veterans Day at the 11th hour, on the 11th day, of the 11th month of November. This is the day that we can at least take a couple of minutes to stop, and honor those that have fought for and that have lost their lives in the many wars this country has fought to maintain our freedoms to have elections, to freely go to NASCAR and take motorcycle rides to our chosen destinations.
On November 11, 1999 an extraordinary man named Terry Kelly was in a Shoppers Drug Mart store in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. At 10:55 AM an announcement came over the store’s PA asking customers who would still be on the premises at 11:00 AM to give two minutes of silence in respect to the veterans who have sacrificed so much for us. Terry was impressed with the store’s leadership role in adopting the Legion’s “two minutes of silence” initiative. He felt that the store’s contribution of educating the public to the importance of remembering was commendable. When eleven o’clock arrived on that day, an announcement was again made asking for the “two minutes of silence” to commence. All customers, with the exception of a man who was accompanied by his young child, showed their respect.
Terry’s anger towards the father for trying to engage the store’s clerk in conversation and for setting a bad example for his child was channeled into a beautiful song called, “A Pittance of Time”. Terry also made an emotional video that perfectly illustrates the words of the song.
We all owe a debt of gratitude to our Veterans of past wars as well as our Men and Women that are in combat right now. No matter what the politics are of the war that we are currently in, as a Country, may we never turn our backs on those that are wearing the uniform of the United States of America ever again. These service Men and Women need our support while they are there, when they return and continue to honor them as Veterans. If you do nothing else to honor our Veterans this weekend, I would highly encourage you to take 5 minutes to watch this video by Terry Kelly called "Pittance of Time" and take to heart the words of this song. It really brings home the meaning of Veterans Day. It is only a 3mb file, so anyone should be able to watch it. Click Here for Video.  
Click Here for
the lyrics to the song. 
Useful Links:'_Day


Highlights This Week


Saturday, November 11th

Chester's Harley-Davidson Veterans Day Sale. Attention all Veterans and

those currently in the Military!!


Saturday, November 11th - December 24th.

Tis The Season To Give Tanks! FUEL UP YOUR HOLIDAYS FOR FREE NOV. 11- DEC. 24, 2006.


Tuesday, November 14th

Tom Jacobs' Pro Poker College. You've seen the Pro Poker Players on TV.

Now you can learn to play like one.



This Week's Bike Night Events 

Tuesday Nights 

Chester’s Harley Davidson Biker Night at the Tilted Kilt in Tempe!  If you are looking for some fun on a Tuesday night, With 2 outdoor patios and plenty of excitement, This place is a good time! The Tilted Kilt is home to the best Scotch-Irish experience in Arizona, with an award-winning menu, classic pub fare, and signature Kilt items sure to please any palate—not to mention twenty four globe-spanning beers on tap!  Biker Night Tuesdays also mean $3 Jack Daniels and half-price appetizers.  And, with a Tilted Kilt Biker Night Card, you receive 15% OFF your total bill.  So what are you waiting for? Come on down and have a craic with Chester’s Harley-Davidson! The Tilted Kilt is located at 660 W. Warner Rd. in Tempe, AZ. Just 1.5 miles East of I-10 on Warner Rd. 480-592-0102. Click Here for Map.
Chandler Harley-Davidson Tuesday Bike Night at Nozzlehead's Grille & Pub. Stop by Two Wheel Tuesday Bike Night at Nozzlehead's Grille and Pub located at 4920 S. Gilbert Rd. in Chandler, AZ. Join us for Munchies and Music, Food and Drink, Specials, Raffle Prizes and good old fashion H-D fun! Nozzlehead's is a fun firefighter-themed restaurant that serves the best pure angus burgers and meatiest wings in the valley. 12 flavors of wings! 11 tap beers served out of the front-end of a real fire truck. Hot Times, Cold Drinks and Great Food! Stop by this Tuesday for the First Night!! Click Here for Map. Stop by Chandler Harley-Davidson located at 6895 W. Chandler Blvd. in Chandler for a Nozzlehead Food Discount Coupon. 

Wednesday Nights 

Hacienda Harley-Davidson Bike Night at The Tilted Kilt. Stop by the new Tilted Kilt located at 7077 E. Bell Rd. for the Hacienda HD Bike Night. Enjoy the new Tilted Kilt for dinner or drinks while sitting on the patio large patio or inside watching your favorite sporting event on one of the many TV's inside. Stop by Hacienda Harley and get your 15% off Biker Card for the Tilted Kilt. There will be Jack Daniels door prizes. Free Jack Daniel's Shirts, Hats, Beanies, Handkerchiefs and Bandannas. Hacienda Harley-Davidson and Tilted Kilt Gift Certificates. Take a ride and stop by this Wednesday night. 6pm till close. 7077 E. Bell Rd. 480-922-8424. Bike Parking.  

Thursday Night 

The Bike Night At The Billet Bar. 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. The food is amazing and always the latest in cold libations await. 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 right next to Genesis Custom Cycles on 3752 N. Scottsdale Rd. Check it out this Thursday night and all weekend long. Info: at 480-941-1876. Click Here for the New Billet Bar Page with pictures.  

Every Saturday and Sunday  

The "Hog Pen" at the Roadhouse Bike Weekend. Breakfast Buffet Now Beginning at 7am - Noon on Saturday! Click Here for your 2 for 1 breakfast buffet coupon good from 7am - 9am. Coupon also good for the Monday Night Football $9.95 Prime Rib Dinner and $2 Domestics. Grab a seat at the new Hog Pen bar rail and watch the bikes ride by. There is plenty of new concrete motorcycle parking right out front. CCR is located on Cave Creek Rd. in the heart of Cave Creek directly across from Harold's. It is a restaurant and bar that focuses on a broad menu of good food and has a large bar for socializing with your riding pals for a good time. It is built to look like something out of the 1800's, but it is brand new. Stop by this weekend for lunch, dinner or just to have a drink and take a look at the place. I can tell you that their hamburgers and steak fries are exceptional. Mrs. C. had the swordfish and said it was very good. Check out the Monday Night Football BBQ.
Live Music Every Weekend:

Wednesday: Live Music with "Easton Ashe" 9pm - Close

Friday: Live Music with "Zimis" 9pm - 1:30am

Saturday: Live Music with "Zimis" 9pm - 1:30am

Click here for the Cave Creek Roadhouse website.  480-575-3098


Sugar Daddy's Blues Biker Sunday Brunch.
Sugar Daddy's welcomes you back to riding with the Award Winning Sugar Daddy's Sunday Brunch voted "Best Sunday Brunch" by Newtimes 2006. 
Enjoy a $9 All You Can Eat Buffet, $2 Mimosas, $4 Bloody Mary Bar from 10am - 4pm. Relax to live music from 10am - 4pm on the 5700 sq. ft. climate controlled patio. Riding by later? Grab a quick BBQ from Noon - 5pm on the patio. You can also order off of the extensive menu.Our 5,000 sq. ft. temperature controlled patio has six air conditioning units, misters, and plenty of shade. Sugar Daddy's patio, food and entertainment is becoming a regular Sunday stop. If you haven't tried it yet, give them a try. Complimentary coffee is now served. Make Sugar Daddy's Blues your stop on your ride down Scottsdale Rd. for Brunch or Lunch from 10am - 4pm. Or maybe just relax on the patio with your favorite beverage and watch the bikes roll down Scottsdale Rd.  Click here to see the awesome pictures and details of Sugar Daddy's located at 3102 N. Scottsdale Rd. between Indian School and Thomas on the West side of the road. Stop by and check it out. A great place to hang out. Plenty of Bike Parking. If you have suggestions, email them at . 480-970-6556.

This Week 

November 9th -12th
Sixth Annual Rocky Point Rally. This has quickly become a favorite fall Southwestern event for riders from Arizona, California and New Mexico. This year Discovery Channel will be filming the end of a Biker Buildoff Ride on Saturday in Downtown Rocky Point on the Malecon. For those of you that have been there in the past, they have added a lot of asphalt in the last year. The town is pretty much sold out for this weekend. If you don't have a room already, your only hope will be the Condos on Sandy Beach. The Sixth Annual Rocky Point Rally is set to take place in Puerto Penasco, Sonora Mexico on November 9th through 12th, 2006.  On the agenda are many activities and events to participate in throughout the weekend.  The heart of the Rocky Point Rally is in raising funds for the local charities by sponsoring the Red Cross, D.I.F. Families in Distress, Children's and Senior's Homes, Women's Cancer Society and the Volunteer Fire Department. The Sixth Annual Rocky Point Rally kicks off with the largest Poker Run in the Southwest on Thursday & Friday mornings, November 9th & 10th, 2005.  

The "Red Cross Mystery Cards Poker Run to Mexico", starts at 28 participating motorcycle Dealerships located throughout the Southwest and California.  Sign up at the Dealerships will be from 8:00 - 10:00 a.m. on Thursday and Friday, for a fee of $10.00 per Mystery Poker Play Sheet, you may win one of many Resort Vacation Packages awarded to the highest poker hands.  The route down to Mexico brings thousands of motorcyclists together on scenic roads leading to the Resort destination on the Sea of Cortez known as Puerto Penasco (Rocky Point).  The Mystery Cards Poker Run finishes at the Playa Bonita Resort's Cantina where the poker cards are to be turned in Friday ONLY, between 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.  The Mystery Cards winners will be announced and raffle prizes will be drawn at 7:00 p.m. during the Party at the Playa on the Playa Bonita Patio.  For those wishing to ride en masse, Thursday Nov 9th, is organizing a huge group ride departing from Arrowhead Harley- Davidson at 10:00 a.m. sharp. The information above just gets you there.
Don't miss the HUGE motorcycle parade through Puerto Penasco on Saturday at 4pm.
Click Here for a couple of videos from last year.
Bring lots of candy to throw to the kids.

Click Here for the Agenda of the weekend. Click Here for Events.

Click Here for things you will "Need To Know". You will need insurance to go into Mexico.

Click Here for my review of last year's Rally.

For those of you going to Rocky Point, make sure you bring some candy to throw to the kids in the parade.

Saturday, November 11th
Chester's Harley-Davidson Veterans Day Sale. Attention all Veterans and those currently in the Military!! Chester's would like to give thanks to all those who serve our country. Bring Your Military ID to Chester's in Mesa, load up on Motorclothes and receive 15% off your total Motorclothes purchase! Lunch from 11am - 2pm. Store hours Saturday, 8am - 5pm. Chester's HD is located at 922 S. Country Club in Mesa, AZ. 480-894-0404. Click Here for Map.
Saturday, November 11th.
6th Annual Veteran’s Day Poker Run. Same Great Ride, Different Place. Sign-In 8am-noon at Spirit’s Bar & Grill located at 9303 East Main Street in Apache Junction, AZ., 480 986-5572. $15 single, $25 couple includes: $5 food ticket redeemable at Spirits and a Run Pin to first 250. 50/50 and Door Prizes. Presented by the Vietnam Vets/Legacy Vets MC, Chapter “J”. FMI: 480 452-9387. All Vets, motorcyclists and general public welcome.
Saturday, November 11th

10th Annual Veterans Day Parade. Starts at the Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center, Seventh Street & Indian School Road in Phoenix, AZ. Ends at the North Phoenix Baptist Church. Pay tribute to our nation's veterans on the national observance of Veterans Day. This year's theme is "Celebrating America's Veterans: Heroes Through the Decades". It will feature veterans from the Korean War (1950 - 1953). Featuring more than 100 entries, the VA Veterans Day Parade is a showcase of military & civilian marching units, color guards, military vehicles, equestrian units, floats, balloons & bands. FMI: 480 496-9237.
Saturday, November 11th

Veterans Day Celebration. Veterans for Foreign Wars Post 7401 located at 751 S. Arizona Ave. in Chandler. Join at the Phoenix Veterans Day Parade and then to the Chandler Post for Party and fun. Live Music, Bikes and Hot Rods. Hamburgers and Hot Dogs, Ice cold beer and beverages. Party starts at 3pm after the parade. Donations: $7 per person.
Saturday, November 11th
Nathan Martens Arizona Memorial Grand Parade and Dedication Ceremony. Honoring the Arizona Heroes that gave their lives for freedom. Saturday, November 11th. Parade begins at 10:30am at  the San Tan Mountain Regional Park entrance. Take Hunt Highway East of Ellsworth to Thompson Rd. and go South. Featuring the 36th Army Band. Dedication of the Nathan Martens Arizona Memorial will follow the Parade. Everyone is Welcome. Click Here for more information.
Saturday, November 11th - December 24th.

Tis The Season To Give Tanks! FUEL UP YOUR HOLIDAYS FOR FREE NOV. 11- DEC. 24, 2006.
At Chester’s Harley-Davidson, fill your holidays with excitement - or fulfill the dreams of the Harley-lover on your list – with the latest set of cool, collectible, Limited Edition Harley-Davidson® Tank Ornaments! The set is valued at $70 and is only available at Chester’s Harley-Davidson in Mesa and Tempe – FREE with a qualifying $300 purchase of Genuine Motor Parts or Motor Accessories, Screamin’ Eagle® Performance Parts, MotorClothes® merchandise, or Official Licensed Products. Hurry! Offer ends on December 24! Chester's HD is located at 922 S. Country Club in Mesa, AZ. 480-894-0404. Click Here for Map.
Tuesday, November 14th

Tom Jacobs' Pro Poker College. You've seen the Pro Poker Players on TV. Now you can learn to play like one. Our college has developed a dynamic and easy-to-learn system that teaches you how to win at poker. The curriculum was established by our President, Tom Jacobs, considered by many of the world’s greatest poker players to be one of the game’s finest players. Many former world champions and hall of fame poker players consider his insight, analysis, and ability to effectively explain Hold’Em play to be unparalleled. Tom and Ken were featured in an exclusive interview by the World Series of Poker and broadcast by ESPN during the 2006 World Championship Main Event. Our sole mission is to teach and train you to become a confident and winning player so you can make significant amounts of money on a consistent basis. Our Poker Boot Camps are led by qualified poker professionals who teach the necessary strategies and secrets that will enable you to easily understand the winning concepts of poker.
There are 2 available nights for this Hold 'Em A to Z Boot Camp.
November 14th from 6-10pm at Oggi's Pizza and Brewing located at 8763 E. Bell Rd. in Scottsdale. December 5th from 6-10pm at Oggi's Pizza located at 6681 W. Beardsley Rd. in Glendale. Click Here to read more about Tom Jacobs and to register for his Pro Poker College.


Next Week


Saturday, November 18th

Superstition Harley-Davidson "Garages Are For Girls Too".

Calling all Girls! Have you, or someone you know, thought about learning to ride? Well here’s your chance. Saturday November 18th from 11 am-3 pm at Superstition Harley-Davidson. Activities include: Demo Rides, 5 interactive Presentation Stations, and the Boxer Bike Wash! There will also be door prizes, and raffle tickets for those that participate. All that is asked is a $15 donation to the CAAFA.(Community Alliance Against Family Abuse). Superstition HD is located at 2910 W. Apache Trail in Apache Junction, AZ. 480-346-0600. Click Here for Map.


Saturday, November 18th

Chester's Harley-Davidson "Chili & Salsa Cook-Off".

Week before Thanksgiving looking a little bland? Spice it up at Chester’s Chili Cook-Off, Saturday, November 18th! We’re hosting the event in conjunction with the East Valley HOG Chapter from 11am to 3pm, with a chili and salsa cook-off, People’s Choice award, “Beers of the World” beer sampling provided by InBev, Live music from Chuck E. Baby and the Allstars. Grab your antacids and bring your a-game recipes, because this one’s sure to be the best yet! Chester's HD is located at 922 S. Country Club in Mesa, AZ. 480-894-0404. Click Here for Map.


Saturday, November 18th

Arizona Victory Motorcycles Grand Opening Celebration.

Join Arizona Victory on Saturday, Nov. 18th from 9am - 5pm to help celebrate the Grand Opening of their new store. Have you ever ridden a Victory motorcycle? If not, this is your chance. There will be Demo Rides, Free Food and Drink, Giveaways, Contests, Dealership Tours and a Live on site Broadcast with KSLX Radio. Stop by and see all of the latest 2007 Victory models and the fantastic deals on the 2006 Victory motorcycles. Arizona Victory is located at 13401 N. Cave Creek Road in Phoenix located in the former Buddy Stubbs building. For more information call 602-404-7300.


Saturday, November 18th

Tracey Lee Miner Poker Annual Toy & Poker Run.

Registration from 7am - 9am at Gavlin Peak Pizzeria in New River, AZ. CASH prizes for poker ride is $500. There are games, 50/50, raffle & more. Poker Run goes out to Wickenburg, Kirkland Jct, through Prescott, down to Mayer and back to the pizzeria. The Tracey Minor memorial fund was established in 2003 in memory or Tracey Miner, a young, enthusiastic, and vibrant young man who lost his life tragically in a car accident May 2003. The funds main goals are to help support youth activities in the New River area were Tracey was born and raised. The fund also helps families that have found themselves in situations beyond their control and need discreet relief provided in times of need.


Saturday, November 18th

5th Annual Vietnam Vets CCO Chili Cook-Off.

Cooks Meeting 9:30am at the Steel Horse Saloon, 1768 W Bell Road in Phoenix, AZ. Peoples Choice 11am-2pm. 2pm Turn-In CASI Rules. Prizes for 1st-10th Place. Show noon-12:30pm. Benefits FMI: 623 388-0825.


Saturday, November 18th

Crimson Crew Inaugural Ride. The Crimson Crew will be taking a ride to Montezuma's Castle by way of Prescott and the Prescott Valley.  It will be a benefit ride for SOOn West mentally ill adult center.  We will be meeting at Coyote Honda in Avondale located at 995 N 107th Ave just South of I-10.  We will meet at 7:00am, with a raffle at 8:00am, and we will leave at 8:30am.  Ride fees will be $10 for motorcycles, $15 for cars and trucks, and $20 for SUV's and vans.  There will be free coffee and donuts, and a LoJack system for motorcycles up for grabs!  More information at 602-316-7633.


Sunday, November 19th

Buddy Stubbs Harley-Davidson "Buddy's Girls Ride".

Back by popular demand! The day will start with a service dept tour by Buddy, then you will saddle up for a breathtaking scenic ride up to South Mountain Park for a beautiful view of the entire valley that you cannot get anywhere else. Then it is off for an early dinner with Buddy and all of the riders. Take advantage of this opportunity for a great ride and to meet other Women that share your riding passion. $15 includes Dinner, Ride Patch, Goody Bag, Tour and Ride. Sign up today! Call Andreanne or Ronda at 602-971-3400.


Sunday, November 19th

Birds On Bikes.

Sponsored by MMA of AZ. This is an annual feed the hungry event that is growing every year. Your chance to help feed the homeless or less fortunate. Strap your Turkey or fixings on the back of your bike and ride to one of 3 starting locations to take your turkeys to St. Vincent De Paul's. 

From the West: Ramada Inn, 8955 NW Grand Ave., Peoria, AZ. 
From the North: Bikers Bay, 2530 E. Bell Rd., Phoenix, AZ. 
From the East: TJ's Bar and Grill, 1734 E. Main St., NW Corner., Mesa, AZ. 
Gather from 9:00-10:00AM for coffee and doughnuts. All flocks meet at Park Central Mall by 11:00am to ride as one group to St. Vincent de Paul's at 420 W. Watkins in Phoenix. From 11:30-Noon meet the chefs and see how they feed the masses. If you can't make it to a starting location, just meet everyone at St. Vincent to give your turkey. Need more info? Betty, 602-788-2088.


Upcoming Events


Just a reminder! Mark your calendar for the Toys To Kids Ride on Saturday, December 2nd. This year looks to be the best one yet! The ride will begin at Steele Indian School Park, 3rd St. and Indian School and end at Santa's where we hope to get the whole family involved. The Phoenix Firefighters are helping us this year by arranging 200 homeless kids from the Pappas Schools in downtown Phoenix. This will likely be the highlight of their Christmas season. Click Here for basic information.

More details about entertainment and logistics to follow.




Want a new HARLEY and clean up your credit at the same time? Maybe some extra cash for the Holidays?  Let Dave at MORTGAGE PRO USA assist you. If you own a home with equity and have a steady income, I can help. Give me a call for a debt consolidation/cash-out refinance. MORTGAGE PRO USA specializes in sub prime business. I deal with over 300 lenders in all 50 states who will refinance manufactured homes, single family residences, condo's, commercial, & land loans. Mention you saw this ad in Cyclerides &  when your loan  funds, you  will receive a $500.00 gift certificate to your choice of any one of the Cyclerides advertisers. Email David Herr at or call Ofc: 602-682-6355. Cell: 480-888-6961. 


BIKERS BAY $59 OIL CHANGE SPECIAL! - 10% More Off When You Mention!

Everyone needs to have there engine oil changed at least every 3000 miles. Bikers Bay is offering an oil change special on Any HD Engine for only $59.00 that includes a Chrome Filter and Semi-Synthetic Oil. In most cases, they will have you out the door in 30 minutes. And better yet, mention you saw this ad on and get an additional 10% off your total invoice. That is a great deal! Bikers Bay also does Tires, Brakes, Chrome and Maintenance Intervals. Bikers Bay is the only Ride In - Ride Out Motorcycle Service Shop. Go to either Bikers Bay locations at 1900 N. McClintock Dr. Suite 21 in Tempe or the New Location at 2530 E. Bell Rd. in Phoenix. 602-923-0114.


Harley-Davidson Foundation awards $1M for veterans' services. Click Here for story.


Some of you might have seen this one before, but it is one of those videos that you just can't believe is really happening. Click Here.


This is pretty funny. Be careful who you think you are kissing when blindfolded. Click Here.


For those of you going to Rocky Point, make sure you bring some candy to throw to the kids in the parade.



Until Next Week,
Blessings and Safe Riding To All, 

Barry Caraway
"The Road Is Yours -  Take The Ride"

All information in this newsletter is
Copyright © 2006 BDC Products, LLC.
Information may be used only with permission. 
All rights reserved.