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Grease Monkey Block Party

Grease Monkey Block Party

April 28, 1949 – August 30, 2004. Indian Larry marked the motorcycle industry with his original creations. He was in a class of his own with his incredible metal sculpting talent and unique building style which was inspired by the sixties. His creations were not influenced by the industry’s style or latest trends, and his bikes are still easily recognizable today.

I met Indian Larry way before the Bobber craze, and before he was renowned. When I noticed him with his 70’s “die-hard” look and old style custom bike, I had no idea who he was or where he came from. However, while speaking with him I realized that he was very modest, genuine, and down to earth!

After his death, his right hand builders Paul Cox and Keino assured the existence of the shop by keeping...

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Wharf Rat Rally

Wharf Rat Rally

Digby, Nova Scotia, home of the World Famous Scallop and Atlantic Canada’s Fastest Growing Bike Rally. On Labour Day weekend, Digby’s Wharf Rat Rally is the place to be. You’ll be aghast by the magnitude of this rendez-vous, and the vast array of activities.

Peter Robertson, a Digby merchant and citizen, is responsible for the kick-off of the Wharf Rat Rally. Peter, while at his annual trip to the Laconia Bike Week, noticed the similarities between New Hampshire and Nova Scotia, which triggered the idea. So he recruited help and along with 50 volunteers, organized the Wharf Rat Rally. It was a great challenge to take on a Labour Day Weekend event, given the fact that no other activity of the sort is held in this region. A committee of nine people met every Tuesday of every week for a year, to make this event the...

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Biketoberfest

Biketoberfest

For the 15th consecutive year, in the month of October, Daytona Beach in Florida hosted the Biketoberfest. Between 75,000 and 100,000 bikers from the 4 corners of the planet meet at this major event. The host city was prepared to receive all these bike enthusiasts and offered them a multitude of activities. Whether it is to admire the exceptional bikes in the various expositions, or attend concerts at Daytona’s numerous bars, there was always something happening, day and night.

A souvenir pocket guide is provided, detailing the complete agenda of the weeklong activities, so as not to miss out on anything of particular interest to you. Among the attractions you will find major manufacturers discussing their latest...

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Sturgis

Quebec Vintage Motorcycles

For the past 13 years in the Drummondville region, Pierre Constant has hosted Les Vieilles Moto du Québec (The Old Motorcycles of Quebec) where old and even some newer models are reunited for the event. A gathering of fanatics of all ages come to admire and join in the parade of yesterday’s bikes.

For the occasion, the bike owners give their motorcycles a facelift and participate in a parade around the site, showing off their pride and joy to any willing admirer. For many it’s a blast from the past, and for some, a newly acquired taste for the future. On the agenda: antique and custom bike exhibitions, swap meet, auction, and bike games for all – regardless of make, year or model. There were numerous...

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