HOWDY BROTHERS AND SISTERS!
August is the month for Sturgis and this year marks the 81st running of the Black Hills Rally. It is a great time to be on two wheels! Speaking of, as you know, Born To Ride put on Motorfest out in Plant City, Florida on July 24th and the event was a huge success. We came, we conquered, and kicked some ass! Riders everywhere showed up for a killer day of motorcycle rodeo madness, great bands, and for the brotherhood and sisterhood found whenever bikers get together. Special thanks to Rob Schwellinger of R&R Cycles for being our maestro of motorcycle rodeo action as well as our sponsors Rubenstein Law, Paughco Motorcycle Parts, Denver’s Choppers, Metalsport Wheels, and Vee Rubber.
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RESPECT & HONOR STARTS AT HOME
CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLISTS ASSOCIALTION
I was thinking about some of my riding experiences, both good and not so good, and wondered how I was able to keep from killing myself.
FROM THE HELM CHOPPERTOWN LIVE AT THE CHEROKEE BLUE RIDGE RUN
SPYKE AND MIKE
SPYKE AND MIKE
BIKER RODEO GRAND MARSHALLS, SPYKE & MIKE
GET YOUR MOTOR RUNNIN’!
A FATHER'S DAY TRIBUTE
“A SPECIAL ONE INDEED”
BORN TO RIDE KIDS
CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLISTS ASSOCIATION
Letter from the Editor DAVE NICHOLS FROM THE HELM
THIS ONE’S FOR THE DADS OUT THERE
HONORING THEIR COURAGE AND SACRIFICE, HAPPY FATHER'S DAY
My Uncle *Gee' was my dad's father figure in his life for many years because his father worked many hours. He came from Italy and worked with marble but than later became ill and couldn't do much with my dad. That's when Uncle 'Gee' stepped in and helped my dad in life as a father figure. So in this month of June. as a special Father's Day tribute, we would like to honor my Uncle "Gee' Fidel Galletti who was a real WWII war hero pilot who flew B-17s. Most of all, he was my dad's hero This story is courtesy of The 390th Memorial Museum and my cousin. Marie Gallletti, Mitchell.
10 Great Things This Month
The Line Up
La persona tras la imagen
A propósito del estreno de Un día lluvioso en Nueva York, la más reciente película de Woody Allen, presentamos una reflexión sobre las dinámicas de poder en el arte que dificultan la separación del hombre de su obra.