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Sturgis 2009

Sturgis 2009

Each August, hundreds of thousands of motorcycles rumble through the state of South Dakota for the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis and throughout the Black Hills. What started as a small, hometown event has grown into a worldwide phenomenon that you have to see to believe. To this end, I have yet to miss the annual event in years. This past August marked the 69th edition and I managed to escape (with my group of guys) for another memorable trip. Whilst Main and Lazelle Streets started cooking before the event officially began, and continued to burn wild into the evenings, I couldn’t shake the old “been there, done that” adage off the tip of my tongue. So the boys and I ventured out of the usual beaten path and sought out to do what most of those in attendance do. RIDE...

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New Orleans Bike week

New Orleans Bike week

It took a long time to get New Orleans running after the devastating hurricane Katrina hit the area in August of 2005 but by May of 2009 “The Big Easy” as the city is also known was looking good and once again seemed to be a prime location for a big biker party. At least that is what the promoters of a new event called Bike Week New Orleans (May 7-10, 2009) were thinking. They put together this event on a fairly short notice. The event kicked off Thursday morning when the Easyriders sponsored 3-day V-Twin Bike Show opened in the Morial Convention Centre. Of course, there were lots of custom bikes, live bands, a tattoo competition and the Purrfect Angelz performed their dance review. Custom bike builders including Paul Yaffe, Shannon Davidson, John Dodson, Tempest Cycles, Jerry Burrow and Executive Choppers were also on hand. There were many other builders in New Orleans attending the event and some had set up their company booths.

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Ink & Iron

Ink & Iron

Last June I left for California to cover Big Bear Chopper’s Ride the Mountain event (see RMM vol.10, Fall 2009). As I passed through Los Angeles, I took the opportunity to stop by Long Beach and attend the weekend-long 7th edition of the Ink and Iron Festival. I have attended many events in my lifetime, but this one tremendously impressed me. It is held on the legendary ship, the Queen Mary (1) which has been retired for several years. It is known today as a permanently docked “hotel”. The Queen Mary (1) is a true museum in itself. You can spend hours on board just visiting, and everything is very well explained. If you spend the night, be watchful, legend has it that there are ghosts on board!

During the Festival activities take place everywhere, on the ship as well as on...



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