Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Saturday June 11th, Des Moines, Iowa.
DICE Magazine & Church Of Choppers Party.
No frills, just a good old fashion biker bar party.
Free beer & tacos to anyone riding from more then 200 miles away.
A free tank of premium gas, a $100.oo and t-shirts to the
one (or group) that rode from the furthest away.
Free FTWCO event t-shirt to all that ride in from out of town.
Camping behind bar.
Taco eating contest.
The Jitz Album release party.
Noon till 2am.
Sprint Car Races 20 minutes away in Knoxville.
Hotels very close.
CoC open house 2-4pm.
Maps available for points (bars) of interest.
And for those of you that really like to pour it on...
Pre-party at GT Race Lounge Fri night.
Al Brown (of the Gorilla Biscuits) spinning music.
Dirt Track Races 5 minutes from bar (Iowa State Fairgrounds).
Sprint Car Races (20 minutes away) in Knoxville.
More stuff to come.
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Monday, May 30, 2011
Our good friend Ritch Wilder entered this year and he won! Actually...I'm not sure where he placed in the race...but he won our hearts for sure!
"Here's some more pics of the races.
Like the race promo says : "A few bolts and a whole lot of nuts!"
"Hello there Dean and Matt,
I just re-subscibed and was delighted with your Henry Moore editorial in issue 37. I'm sure you know, but if not you should,the open air sculpture museum in Harkone has some great work on display with an incredible back drop of the mountains and sky and hot spring baths!
Attached photo was taken round the corner from the lewis leathers shop in Fitzroiva.
The magazine is looking really top notch, keep up the good work."
Sunday, May 29, 2011
Prince just did 21 nights in LA for $25 a seat. They sold out very fast. I was one of the lucky ones and went down to the Forum in Inglewood last night. He played for 3 hours straight, mostly on his old Hohner Tele. It was bloody fantastic. In fact it was more like a party than a gig. People were going mental.
Saturday, May 28, 2011
Friday, May 27, 2011
I grew up watching Benny Hill and other un pc British comedy in the 70's. And yes they were sexist, racist, homophobic and just about everything else in between, but man, how we did laugh. I was just a a lad of course but I always found the semi naked women in Bennys show's to be, erm, very 'interesting'
Savannah is the largest city and county seat of Chatham County, in the U.S. state of Georgia. Established in 1733, the city of Savannah was the colonial capital of the Province of Georgia and later the first state capital of Georgia. Today Savannah is an industrial center and an important Atlantic seaport. It is Georgia's fourth-largest city and third-largest metropolitan area.
What a great town, I mean really great. I loved the place. Now I really want to move there. And I think I will...maybe. Have you seen the roads in rural Georgia? they are perfect for lots motorcycle riding. Smooth with very few cars and acres of scenery.