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World’s Largest Poker Run – May 1, 2010 – Suffolk, VA

February 12, 2010 by · Comments Off on World’s Largest Poker Run – May 1, 2010 – Suffolk, VA 

Guinness World Record – World’s Largest Poker Run
To benefit the Fallen Firefighter Survivors Foundation
Presented by the Red Knights VA Chapter’s 2 & 6

Saturday – May 1, 2010
Begins at Suffolk Fire Station 5, 3901 Bridge Road, Suffolk, VA
Ends at Driver Village, 3129 Kings Highway, Driver, VA

Registration 8:30 AM, All Bikes Out at 10:00 AM

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September 25, 2009 by · Comments Off on SHERRI PARKER MEMORIAL POKER RUN & BIKE SHOW – October 25, 2009 

October 25, 2009
This Driver Village tradition is a TAMA sponsored ride benefiting the Sherri Parker Memorial Fund and the Driver Volunteer Fire Department.

A $20 donation per person includes a complimentary t-shirt for the first 250 registrants. Poker Run registration is from 9:30am until 11am at Bayside Harley Davidson in Portsmouth and Knuckleheads Road House in Virginia Beach.

Parade of bikes will stage at Sleepy Hole Park in Suffolk at 12:30pm prior to ride into Driver at 1pm. Bike Show Registration 12pm-2pm in Driver Village. Door prizes and vendors. Rain date: Sunday, November 1, 2009. Contact Holly Hoffler for more information at (757) 538-3944.

9th Annual Fleet Ride Press Release

September 25, 2009 by · Comments Off on 9th Annual Fleet Ride Press Release 

9th Annual FLEETRIDE
“Rumble through the Tunnels”
Saturday, October 10th, 2009


This annual Police escorted ride was started by Bayside Harley-Davidson in 2000, as a way to give back to the large military community of customers, friends and neighbors, both active duty and retired. The ride, which has become a signature event of the Hampton Roads Fleet Week celebration, “rumbles” through the areas major tunnels connecting the 7 cities of the Tidewater area, and is one of the largest motorcycle oriented military commemorations in the United States. Every year a diverse group of individuals on all different types of motorcycles come out in a resounding manner to show their support for the areas active duty and retired military members and their families. The proceeds of the event go to Navy Support Organizations including the Navy’s Morale Welfare & Recreation (MWR) and the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS). Although the ride is free for active and retired military, many of these riders still make generous donations to help other military personnel and their families through hardships and difficult family separations.

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Motorcycle gang charged in mob beating

January 30, 2009 by · 3 Comments 

SUFFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – Investigators on Wednesday morning arrested three suspected members of an alleged violent motorcycle gang, “The Renegades.”

Sgt. Danny Buie with Suffolk Police said his department, working with investigators in Chesapeake and North Carolina, discovered the motorcyle gang while investigating the alleged mob beating of a tattoo artist in Suffolk.

“It was an educational experience for me today,” said Sgt. Buie.

Sgt. Danny Buie said investigators with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies seized a room full of evidence from Renegade hangouts in Suffolk, Chesapeake, Elizabeth City, North Carolina and Hertford Co. North Carolina.

Police say the gang’s clubhouse is in Elizabeth City.

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Great Looking Suffolk Scoot – The Kilby Deuce

June 16, 2008 by · Comments Off on Great Looking Suffolk Scoot – The Kilby Deuce 

Kilby Deuce
“I had a plan in my early twenties to build a V-twin based motorcycle that wasn’t already seen scootin’ around town on a daily basis. I wanted something different, I wanted to build it and I didn’t want to go into debt doing it. I was first inspired by a bike Carey Hart rode in a Crusty Demons of Dirt video a dozen or so years ago. Shortly thereafter I cracked open my first catalog to check out frames, motors, wheels and such, just to quickly learn that all the components were priced to the moon (my opinion, of course). I was discouraged and pissed that my plan to own or build such a bike would fail before it started, due to the anemic state of my bank account.”
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