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Freedom: Evolution of the Motorcycle – July 3rd and 4th, 2009

February 19, 2009 by · 4 Comments 

Technology and enthusiam in riding motorcycles has inspired change in motorcycle designs since their early origins in the late 19th century century. This exhibit explores these transformations through the designs by American, European, and Asian companies, and the explosion in modern popularity during the 20th century.

Opening reception: July 3rd 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. and July 4th 10:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
music, food, vendors, special parking for motorcycles July 3rd @ 8:30 p.m. the band Butter will perform. For more information on this exhibit visit

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Lost Tribe motorcycle club has one rule – Jewish pride

February 9, 2009 by · 2 Comments 

VIRGINIA BEACH – The members of the Lost Tribe motorcycle club don’t have any rules, leaders, membership fees, dues or commitments, but they do request one thing: Jewish pride.

Ed Forman and Michael I. Ashe, both avid motorcyclists, started the club five months ago. There are 18 members, and they are looking for more to join.

The Lost Tribe’s name derives from the ancient tribes that disappeared when the kingdom of Israel was destroyed and remnants were exiled.

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Armed Forces Foundation Collects Christmas Gifts for Families at Fort Belvoir

December 2, 2008 by · 1 Comment 

WASHINGTON, Dec 02, 2008 (BUSINESS WIRE) — The Armed Forces Foundation, along with the Northern Virginia chapter of the US Military Vets Motorcycle Club and the DC Rollergirls are partnering to bring a little extra holiday cheer to military families at Fort Belvoir Elementary in Alexandria, Virginia. On Saturday, December 6, volunteers will be collecting donated toys from two separate drop-off points, Kilroy’s at the Feather Stone Shopping Center, located at 14633 Jefferson Davis Highway, Woodbridge, VA, and Lucky’s Sports Theatre and Grill located at 7027 Manchester Blvd. in Alexandria, VA. After the toys have been collected they will be transported to Fort Belvoir where they will be distributed to military families. Those who wish to donate unwrapped toys valued at $15.00 can drop them off at Kilroy’s from 11am – 1pm or at Lucky’s from 2pm – 4pm.

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Road warrior, 82, reaches the West

October 19, 2008 by · Comments Off on Road warrior, 82, reaches the West 

A follow up to On the ride of his life which was posted on Sept. 27, 2008.

After riding his motorcycle almost 3,000 miles across America, 82-year-old E. Bruce Heilman said yesterday, “I’m younger than I thought.”

“I feel about 71 now,” he said with a laugh.

Heilman, retired president of the University of Richmond, left Richmond Oct.1 on his Harley-Davidson with an entourage of about 30 other bikers who rode part of the first day with him. The World War II Marine, retracing in reverse his cross-country hike across the country after the war, arrived in San Diego last weekend and has been touring Marine bases and meeting with UR alumni.

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Florida or Bust!

October 9, 2008 by · Comments Off on Florida or Bust! 

Sandy and I are heading down to Daytona Beach, FL for some rest and relaxation.

Will probably stop off in Daytona for a couple of days and then head down to the Keys for a day or two before heading back to Daytona for Biketoberfest next weekend.

See ya when we get back!

Take Care – Ride FREE

On the ride of his life

September 27, 2008 by · 1 Comment 

Bruce Heilman is a pinstripe sort of guy.

Except when he’s wearing his leather pants, black boots and Marine Corps do-rag tied around his head. You’ve got to look the part when you’re planning to ride your Harley-Davidson motorcycle.

Did we mention Heilman is 82?

Did we mention he’s about to embark on a 3,000-mile cross-country trip on his bike, a Harley Ultra-Classic Electra Glide Patriot Edition, nearly a half-ton of black-and-chrome rolling thunder? He’s scheduled to leave Richmond on Wednesday and arrive at the Marine Corps Air Station near San Diego less than three weeks later.

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Friends take trip of a lifetime

September 10, 2008 by · Comments Off on Friends take trip of a lifetime 

Pete Bishop and Ricky Glenn rode their Harley Davidson motorcycles across this great country from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean this summer calling it the trip of a lifetime. They left Virginia Beach on Saturday, June 7 and reached California on June 20. Their wives, Cyndie Bishop and Terri Glenn, joined them in Jackson Hole, Wyoming for several days.

Bishop and Glenn have been friends for many years and ride on country roads in the area. One Sunday afternoon Glenn brought up the idea of riding from coast to coast and at first Bishop thought he was kidding, he wasn’t. And from that point on the dream started to take shape as the two started thinking about the route they would take across this great country and when to make the trip.

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Pryor Harvey of Vinton was on his way to work when he decided to stop and buy a bottle of water. When he pulled in to Main Street Getty Mart at 1115 Main Street in Roanoke, he also played the Virginia Lottery’s Harley-Davidson® Scratcher game. That decision won him a 2008 Harley-Davidson® 105th Anniversary Fat Boy® Motorcycle.

“I went to my truck and scratched the ticket,” Mr. Harvey told Lottery officials. “I’ve always wanted a Harley. I couldn’t believe I’d won.”

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