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Ride Virginia for prizes

April 15, 2009 by · Comments Off on Ride Virginia for prizes 

The Commonwealth of Virginia wants you to ride your motorcycle there, and they’re offering incentives that go beyond great scenery and interesting food.

From now through October, riders and passengers traveling in Virginia can collect prize points by having a special passport stamped at participating “Motorcycle Grand Tour” locations.

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Powder Coating Shop in Front Royal VA

April 7, 2009 by · Comments Off on Powder Coating Shop in Front Royal VA 

Creative Coatings Inc., Front Royal, VA
Creative Applications of Chemical Coatings, Powder Coating and Screen Printing
Finishing, Done Right……

Creative Coatings Incorporated has been in business since 1990. We have recently added a new piece of equipment that will allow us to perform all sandblasting services in house. We service many industries from the Military, Medical, Aerospace, and Communications and are now offering our services to the General Public. Where else can you get all your coating needs done at one facility? We offer fast turnaround, reasonable rates, and a quality finish at a one stop shop.

Motorcycle Frames, Wheels, and Parts
FREE Estimates!
Call (540) 636-7911 or check out for more info.

Walls of Death

March 12, 2009 by · 1 Comment 

Just an interesting article I ran across at

Sandy and I make it a point to go see the Hell Riders Wall of Death Show at the Iron Horse Saloon during Biketoberfest.  Great show, these guys take vintage motorcycles and ride them at high speeds around this wooden barrel. If you have seen the set up at an event but have never coughed up the few bucks to check out the show you should it is well worth it.


Oceana Cycles, Virginia Beach, VA

March 2, 2009 by · 2 Comments 

Oceana Cycles
609 Jack Rabbit Rd. #103
Virginia Beach , Va 23451
Telephone # 757-437-0014

10am ’till 6pm Mon-Fri and 10am ’till 2pm Saturday

Specializing in repairs and maintenance of American and British motorcycles.

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Riding the sweepers on Northern Virginia’s historic Snickersville Turnpike

February 26, 2009 by · Comments Off on Riding the sweepers on Northern Virginia’s historic Snickersville Turnpike 

by Mark Poesch, DC Motorcycle Travel Examiner

Snickersville Turnpike is an historic road that traces its origins all the way back to pre-Civil War era.  35 MPH most of the way, running roughly parallel to 55 MPH Rt. 28, it’s primarily useful to locals, and tourists looking for countryside scenery or historic sites along the Turnpike.  Sixteen miles of twists and turns make the drive somewhat arduous for the commuter, so the road is lightly trafficked.

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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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Biker Friendly B and B west of Staunton

January 22, 2009 by · Comments Off on Biker Friendly B and B west of Staunton 

A visitor sent me a note about a Bed and Breakfast he and his wife own and run just outside of Staunton, VA. Check them out and let them know you heard about them on the VABiker.NET

My wife and I are owners of The Buckhorn Inn west of Staunton and we were wondering if y’all had any listing of bike friendly business. We have a buffet style restaurant on Fri, Sat, and Sun and are a 5 room B&B. Our website is
Garlan Yoder

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Biker road trip like ‘living the movie’

July 15, 2008 by · Comments Off on Biker road trip like ‘living the movie’ 

SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK, Virginia (CNN) — We were parked at a peaceful, shady overlook beside Virginia’s Skyline Drive, admiring the green mountains and the river far below, when Keith realized he needed a new rear tire, and he needed it now. A bald tire is a serious problem when you’re traveling by motorcycle: We don’t carry spare tires, for obvious reasons, and a blowout on two wheels could be life-threatening.

Keith decided he could make it 100 miles to the Harley-Davidson dealership in Richmond, Virginia, as long as we kept it slow, so our seven bikes headed that way.

It’s been said that a great trip in a car is like watching a first-rate movie — but a great trip on a motorcycle is like living the movie.

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