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18th Annual Thunder Beach Autumn Motorcycle Rally Rescheduled for Nov. , , in Pensacola Beach, Fla.

 

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Joe Biggs, President / Owner

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Pensacola, Fla. (Oct. 30, ) - Due to the effects of Hurricane Michael, the 18th Annual Thunder Beach Autumn Motorcycle Rally originally scheduled for Panama City Beach has been rescheduled Nov. , in Pensacola Beach, Fla.

Thanks to Visit Pensacola, the Santa Rosa Island Authority and Pensacola Sports for their generosity in helping to pull the rally together so quickly, Joe Biggs, President of Thunder Beach Productions said. It is our mission to help our friends in Panama City Beach and Bay County, which is why we&#x;re pledging % of the proceeds from Thunder Beach benefit concerts to hurricane relief.

The rally will take place at the Gulfside Pavilion at Casino Beach and the adjacent parking lot.  While the rally regularly attracts 50,, participants, the number expected in the Pensacola Bay area is unknown at this time.

Currently, Thunder Beach Productions is actively searching for in-kind significant entertainment acts for its relief concerts. For those interested, please contact Joe Biggs by email at [email protected]

Official rally information will be updated and released upon confirmation. For more information on the 18th Annual Thunder Beach Autumn Motorcycle Rally, visit thunderbeachproductions.com/.

 


 

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List of motorcycle rallies in the Pacific Northwest

Name Place Attendance Inaugurated Organizer Notes Sky Valley Antique & Classic Motorcycle Show (called Snohomish Antique Bike Show until ) Snohomish, Washington22, ()[1][1]ABATE local chapter Held in Sultan or Everett – due to increased police costs related to concerns of motorcycle gang violence[1]Oyster RunAnacortes, Washington20, (est.) City of Anacortes/Oyster Run Committee Called the largest Northwest rally in [2]Hogs and Dogs West Richland, Washington10, attendees, 4, motorcycles ()[3][4]West Richland Area Chamber of Commerce Hot dog feed, concerts[5]Hells Canyon RallyHells Canyon5,–8, Todd Godfrey of High Desert Harley-Davidson This rally meets in Baker City, Oregon for four days in July. There are several rides in the area, including a ride through Hells Canyon to the dam. BMW Motorcycle Owners of America national rally Spokane, Washington6,[6] (not annual) BMW Motorcycle Owners of AmericaSun and Surf Motorcycle Run Ocean Shores, Washington3,–4, ()[7][8][9] or [10]Sun and Surf Charity (c)3, Issaquah[11]% of proceeds benefit Seattle Children's and other charities; started in s by Lynnwood Harley Owners Group members who couldn't go to Sturgis rally[9]Hog Wild Rally Quinault Nation casino near Ocean Shores, Washington registered, 5, attendees claimed ()[12][8]Quinault Nation, operated by Roadshows, Inc.[13]Same weekend as Sun and Surf, also in Ocean Shores Run to the Cascades Prineville or Redmond, Oregon 3, ()[14]Before [15]Aaron Myhra[16]Re-started in as 9/11 memorial event after 10 year hiatus;[15][16] event shut down by sheriff due to motorcycle gang clash.[17] event planned at Warm Springs cancelled.[14]Spring Opener Toppenish, Washington fairgrounds 3, ()[18]s[18][19]ABATE local chapter[20]Iron Horse Trail Motorcycle Show Ellensburg, Washington3, ()[21][21]ABATE local chapter mile (&#;km) rally including visit at Wild Horse Wind FarmGood Vibrations Motorcycle Rally Salem, Oregon1, ()[22][23]Roadshows, Inc. Discontinued [23]Pacific Northwest H.O.G. Rally Spokane Valley, Washington 1, ()[24][24]Harley Owners Group local chapter was first tri-state rally; formerly Washington, Oregon and Idaho rallies Teddy Bear Run Auburn, WashingtonHundreds to 1, ()[25][26][26][27]Alky Angels South King County chapter Benefits children at MultiCare Health System's Auburn Regional Medical Center Republic Rally Republic, Washington ()– ()[28][29][28][30]Republic Motorcycle Rally Association Isle of Vashon TTVashon Island, Washington ()[31][31]Vintage Motorcycle Enthusiasts, Seattle Attendance intentionally kept low by not announcing event date outside of club membership.[31][32]Polar Bear Run Portland–Oregon City ()[33][33]Christian Motorcyclists Association Portland chapter Billed as the West Coast's largest Polar Bear event for motorcyclists[34]Hoka Hey Motorcycle ChallengeKey West, Florida–Homer, Alaska () Jim and Beth Durham Long-distance rallyBike Fest Cottage Grove, Oregon ()– ()[35][36] (disestablished )[36][37]STAR Touring and Riding Association chapter Chief Joseph Rally John Day, Oregon ()[38]by [39]BMW Riders of Oregon Rose City Oregon Tigard, Oregon out and back [40][41]Rose City Motorcycle Club miles in one day. Oldest NW rally? Chris Kilcullen Memorial Ride Eugene–Bend, Oregon ()[42][42][43]Kilcullen Project Rose City Oregon Tigard, Oregon out and back [44][45][41]Rose City Motorcycle Club miles in one day Cascade Country Rendezvous Republic and Menlo, Washington
(alternates) (c. )[46] Washington State BMW Riders Club Oldest PNW rally? GWRRA Washington Rally Northwest Washington Fair fairgrounds, Lynden ()[47]? Gold Wing Road Riders Association (GWRRA) Washington District Portland Alley Sweeper Urban EnduroPortland, Oregon Sang-Froid Riding Club, Portland Alaska State H.O.G. Rally Tanana Valley State Fair fairgrounds, Fairbanks, Alaska () "hundreds"[48]by [49]Harley Owners GroupInterior Alaska chapter rally between Wasilla–AnchorageSportbike NorthwestMaryhill Loops Road, Goldendale, Washington ()[50] Sound Rider!Ride for Kids Carnation, Washington ()[51][52] or [51]Mike Traynor (founder), Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation[52]Benefit; paired with event at Barber Motorsports Park in Alabama.[53]Northwest Firefighters Bike Rally Republic, Washington ()[29][29]Brian Kendall Western States Tigard–Beaverton, Oregon out and back ()[54] Tourcade Inc. and Rose City Motorcycle Club 1,mile (1,&#;km), two-day long-distance rally[55]Brian Fisher Memorial ride Ocean Shores, Washington ()[56][57]King County Corrections Guild[57]Hyder SeekSumas, Washington–Hyder, Alaska60 () Iron Butt Association (IBA) IBA long-distance rallyGold Rush Ride Portland–Sumpter, Oregon 32 ()[58][59]by [59]Sang-Froid Riding Club, Portland On- and off-road 1,mile (1,&#;km) long-distance rally[60]Bonehead Enduro Snoqualmie, Washington[61]Vintage Motorcycle Enthusiasts, Seattle Off-road scavenger hunt[62][63][64][65]Iron Butt RallyKennewick, Washington71 finishers out of 97 entrants[66] (not annual – start of leg two) Iron Butt AssociationLong-distance rally – winner covered 13,&#;mi (21,&#;km)[66][67]
Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_motorcycle_rallies_in_the_Pacific_Northwest
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Rolling To A Halt: Memorial Day Motorcycle Rally Ends Year Tradition

U.S. Marine Tim Chambers salutes participants in last year's Rolling Thunder motorcycle demonstration. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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U.S. Marine Tim Chambers salutes participants in last year's Rolling Thunder motorcycle demonstration.

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Roll on, no more.

After a three-decade run, a veteran advocacy group will hold its last motorcycle demonstration ride — called "Rolling Thunder" — in the U.S. capital this Memorial Day weekend.

The nonprofit that organizes the rally, Rolling Thunder Inc., was founded in the late s to bring public attention to prisoners of war and those missing in action and to hold the government to account for veterans who never made it home.

"We signed basically a blank check that said, 'I'll give you up to – and including – my life to defend our Constitution and defend the American freedoms,' " Doc Stewart, the group's New England regional liaison, told NPR's Amy Held. " 'But the return is, you're going to ensure that I come home afterwards.' "

Every year, hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists converge near the Pentagon outside Washington, D.C., then rumble through the city's downtown.

But next year's Memorial Day weekend will be a quiet one.

The main reason the organizers gave for calling it quits is financial; it costs them about $, last year to hold the rally, WAMU's Mikaela Lefrak reports. A lot of that money went to the Pentagon for things like security, toilets and parking lot use, according to Rolling Thunder President Joe Bean.

Pentagon spokesperson Sue Gough told WAMU's Lefrak that the fees are appropriate: "Just keep in mind that effective preparation for an event the size and scale of the Rolling Thunder ride is a complicated and lengthy process, especially for security," Gough said. "The Pentagon has not wavered in its support of Rolling Thunder."

Regardless, the ride's organizers have decided their money can be better spent.

"The amount of money that we put on for the one demonstration ride, we could probably help a lot more veterans with it," Doc Stewart further told NPR.

Stewart said next year, the group plans to hold smaller rides at its chapters across the United States.

"We're not done – we do not have full accountability," he said.

Mike Wolff, a U.S. Army veteran and national board member for Rolling Thunder Inc., said he thinks local demonstrations might actually have more of an impact.

"None of the politicians are in town this weekend, so what better way to expand your impact than to bring these to your hometowns," Wolff said. Plus, he said, downsizing might give people who can't afford a trip to the capital a chance to participate.

But that's next year. For now, riders are getting ready to make their 32nd – and final – tour to Washington, D.C.

At a Harley-Davidson dealership in Fairfax, Va., about 5, bikers are expected to gather on Sunday morning. Then, they'll ride to the capital together with a police escort and, in many cases, American flags secured to their bikes.

"You can almost smell the patriotism, like in the air," the dealership's marketing director, Kevin Hardy, told WAMU's Mikaela Lefrak. "It's palpable, there's flags everywhere. And it's so many people."

In the '80s, the group's cause was centered on veterans of the Vietnam War.

So was its name. Founders Artie Muller and Ray Manzo named the group in reference to an airstrike campaign in North Vietnam that was called Rolling Thunder. The idea, according to the group's website, was that the "roar of their motorcycles" would sound like the bombs dropped during the campaign.

Muller, who served in the 4th U.S. Infantry Division in Vietnam, told WAMU's Lefrak that he was shocked by how he and other veterans of the war were treated by civilians.

"We weren't going to put up with anybody being treated the way we were," Muller said. "Spit at, called names people really blamed us for everything."

Wolff, who served in Iraq during the invasion, said that, in his experience, veterans of the Iraq War are treated better than Vietnam veterans were. But his return from service wasn't greeted with parades or celebrations, either.

"I came back to a cup of joe and a box of doughnuts," Wolff said. "And two people slapping me on the back."

The shared experience is one of the things Wolff says he'll really miss about the Rolling Thunder ride in Washington, D.C.

Wolff is trying to stay positive, but he knows he'll get emotional on the ride home on Monday, not just because it's the last Rolling Thunder, but also because it's a soul-stirring day for many veterans – Memorial Day.

Sours: https://www.npr.org//05/25//rolling-to-a-halt-memorial-day-motorcycle-rally-endsyear-tradition
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Get the Thunder Beach schedule of concerts, contests and giveaways

PANAMA CITY BEACH — The Thunder Beach Spring Rally opens Wednesday and will continue through Sunday at locations all over Panama City Beach.

There's plenty to do off the road during Thunder Beach, such as enjoying the food and merchandise vendors at the various official sites.

Twice a year — unless canceled by natural disaster or global pandemic — Thunder Beach draws thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts from across the country. It's lauded as the largest free motorcycle rally in the country because there is never a charge to attend events, concerts, stunt shows or villages. (See details at ThunderBeachProductions.com.)

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The official Thunder Beach venues with vendor villages will include lots of free motorcycle parking and some will offer car parking or free shuttles to and from nearby parking areas for cars. These venues include:

Frank Brown Park,  Panama City Beach Parkway; village hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday. Thunder Beach Saloon will operate there from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday.

Harley-Davidson of PCB, Panama City Beach Parkway, will have village hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, will offer live musical entertainment daily. The site will also hold a drawing for a new Harley Iron, which will be given away May 1 during the rally.

Harley-Davidson of Panama City Beach offers Learn to Ride courses.

Hammerhead Fred’s,  Thomas Drive; ; HammerheadFreds.com. Village hours are 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday. Buck Wild will perform nightly from 7 p.m. to midnight, starting with the Kickstart Party on Wednesday, April

In addition, Hammerhead Fred's will host Miss Panama City Beach contests nightly between 7 p.m. and midnight, and a Mrs. Panama City Beach contest (for women 35 and older) between 2 and 6 p.m. Saturday, May 1. 

Sharky’s Beach Club,  Front Beach Road; ; SharkysBeach.com. The vendor village will open from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday. Live music will be performed daily Wednesday-Saturday by Clay Musgrave from  p.m. and by Roadhouse ATL from p.m. to midnight.

Hammerhead Fred's will host the Miss PCB contests as well as a vendor village.

Poker Runs and Parades

Friday's poker run, sponsored by the Combat Vet Motorcycle Association, will benefit local veterans organizations. Saturday's run is sponsored by the Green Knights Motorcycle Club and benefits The Women's Imaging Center. Details for both runs were still being finalized at press time. Check ThunderBeachProductions.com or the rally app for updates.

Saturday will also include the Sgt. Kevin Kight Memorial Parade, honoring a Panama City Beach police officer who was killed in the line of duty in The parade is open to all bikers.

Lineup will be at the corner of R. Jackson Boulevard and Middle Beach Road, across from Sonic and in front of Just Jump. Kickstands up is at 11 a.m. The route will travel north on Alf Coleman Drive, turning west onto Panama City Beach Parkway; at Pier Park, the route turns north on Pier Park Drive to the new Bay Parkway, then west to State The parade will turn south, heading back to U.S. 98 (Panama City Beach Parkway), east to R. Jackson Boulevard, then south to where the parade began.

Participants and supporters are encouraged to donate cash or canned goods for local food banks.

Roadhouse ATL will play nightly at Sharky's Beach Club.

Concerts and Contests

Friday and Saturday at Frank Brown Park, Tim Watson performs from a.m. to noon; Big Engine takes the stage from p.m.; and from p.m., Highway to Hell will perform an AC/DC tribute.

The music continues at Sharky's Beachfront Restaurant with Clay Musgrave p.m., and Roadhouse ATL from p.m. to midnight, both Friday and Saturday. Both days, Sandpiper Beacon will have Mustang Sally from p.m.; and Buck Wild will play at Hammerhead Fred's from 7 p.m. to midnight.

Catch a Kid Rock tribute show at Boardwalk Beach Resort from 8 to 11 p.m. Friday. 

The Journey tribute band "Never Stop Believin,'" will play live at Frank Brown Park at 7 p.m. Saturday, while the Van Halen and Sammy Hagar tribute band will play at Boardwalk Beach Resort from p.m. Saturday.

On Friday, Hammerhead Fred's will host its inaugural Miss Panama City Beach Contest from p.m., with another round at the same time on Saturday. The venue will also host its first-ever Ms. Panama City Beach contest from p.m. Saturday for women age 35 and older.

Urban Rides Magazine will have its Cycle Showdown, presented by Carpet Baggers of Fort Lauderdale on Friday, April 30, in Frank Brown Park. Registration is 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., judging at 3 p.m. and awards at 4 p.m.

The Spring Official Thunder Beach Sound-Off Competition, hosted by Area 51 Customs, will be at p.m. Saturday. (Pre-register at the Area 51 Customs booth at Frank Brown Park daily through 5 p.m. Saturday.) 

The Crossroads will host the Official Thunder Beach Tattoo Contest for Purple Pirate Tattoo. The categories for competition are Smallest Tattoo, Best Black and Gray, Best Color, MC Related, Back Piece, and Worst Tattoo. While the prize given in each category will include Thunder Beach merch and "Bar Bucks," the winner of the Worst Tattoo will be offered a free cover-up tattoo.

A motorcycle giveaway will take place Saturday at Frank Brown Park, courtesy of Harley-Davidson of Panama City Beach. Harley-Davidson of PCB and Indian Motorcycles of PCB will be doing demonstrations and test rides at the park each day of the rally. Indian will also do a Scout giveaway during the rally.

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AMA Motorcycle Hall of Famer Gloria Tramontin-Struck is this month’s cover subject

Gloria Tramontin-Struck, one of the oldest living AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame inductees, is “motorcycling’s grande dame,” according to the editors of Thunder Press.

In fact, the self-described “Journal of the American V-Twin Community” has dedicated much of its May , editorial package—60 pages, to be exact—to women riders, 22 of them, from Kayla Yaakov, 12, to year-old Tramontin-Struck.

“Nearly 80 years ago, when Gloria Tramontin-Struck first began riding,” the introduction to the section begins, “she was denied gas, lodging and ridiculed for riding a motorcycle.

“Fortunately, the world has changed, and today more than 20 percent of riders are female. Those numbers continue to increase as more women discover the life-changing freedom and personal satisfaction that come with riding motorcycles.

“As one woman told us, ‘Every time I ride, it changes my life.’”

“Women Riders World Relay” founder (and AMA Motorcyclist of the Year) Hayley Bell, teenaged bike builder Emmi Cupp, apparel designer Natalie Kleiner and Michelle DiSalvo, who wrenched Briar Bauman to the American Flat Track AMA Grand National Championship, are among the individuals profiled.

Bauman’s fiancé, Shayna Texter, AFT’s winningest current Singles rider, also is featured in the special issue, as is Leticia Cline, whose background ranges from acting to journalism.

“I have always said that modeling killed my motorcycle career, and motorcycling killed my modeling career,” Cline said. “I knew it when I posted a photo of my motorcycle on Instagram and it got more likes than me in a bikini.”

Thunder Press Editor-in-Chief Mitch Boehm praised his late mother for the role she played in his life on two wheels.

“When my father broached the idea of me having a minibike in ’70, she obviously agreed—or at least didn’t fight it,” he wrote. “God love that woman!”

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BIKE NIGHTS

 

 

3rd THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH (April thru September)

WILLITS

BIKE NIGHT Presented by Willits Wild Bunch.  6pm-8pm. Scoop's Deli -  N. Main St. Food and Beverages available. All Bikes, All Riders Welcome. A No Drama Social Event. This is an Outdoor Event.  For more information: [email protected] 

 

EVERY THURSDAY

SACRAMENTO

Presented by Misplaced Souls MC.  Thursday Night Fun Night – Auburn Blvd.  6pm / Join the MSMC for its Thursday Night get together.  Free food, entertainment and great company.  All like minded members of the community are welcome.  The MSMC reserve the right to refuse access to who they choose. For more information: Spit Shine () / Sarge ()

 

3rd THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH

EUREKA

BIKE NIGHT Presented by M.O.B. of Humboldt - North of Fourth Bar - 3rd Street.  The fun starts at 6pm.  All motorcycles welcome.  Free food, 50/50 raffle, pack ride.  / www.mobofhumboldt.com

2nd FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH

LODI

BIKE NIGHT   Presented by The Water Hole along with The Red Iron Riders.  N. Cluff Ave.  pm Cost depending on the menu $$ A great NO DRAMA social event to get to know others that share the passion of the bike. Outdoor private patio area, pool tables, Shuffleboard, Music, big screen TVs for game nights and more. All bikes welcome, and those without bikes welcome too.  For more information:  () / ()

3rd FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH

VALLEJO

OPEN HOUSE   Presented by Hellbent MC Crew – Lincoln Rd. E - 8pm. Come one come all!  Our house is open to start your weekend off right, join us for our Open House night.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEETINGS - OPEN HOUSE

 

2nd  MONDAY OF EACH MONTH

SUTTER CREEK

American Legion Riders Meeting

Presented by Post Legion Riders – American Legion Drive – pm.

2nd MONDAY OF EACH MONTH

DIAMOND SPRINGS

MMA Division 21 Monthly Meeting

Presented by Modified Motorcycle Association – Medina's Irish Pub - Pleasant Valley Rd  7pm  The Modified Motorcycle Association is the first motorcycle rights organization in the State of California. Please join us to learn about upcoming legislation and laws that affect our rights to ride free. 

​1st TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH

FT BRAGG

ALR Chapter 96 Monthly Meeting

Presented by American Legion Riders – Chapter   Veterans Administration Building – North Harrison Street.  6pm.  For more information:  Gary () / americanlegionriderscom

 

1st TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH

FORTUNA

MMA Division 3 Monthly Meeting

Presented by Modified Motorcycle Association – Funky Monkey Restaurant – Riverwalk Dr.  pm.  The Modified Motorcycle Association is the first motorcycle rights organization in the State of California. Please join us to learn about upcoming legislation and laws that affect our rights to ride free. 

​2nd TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH

MANTECA

Eagle’s Nest HOG Chapter Monthly Meeting

Presented by Eagle’s Nest HOG Chapter - Mountain Mike's Pizza - N Main St.  7pm – 8pm/ Meeting is free.  Do you ride a Harley-Davidson motorcycle and are looking for a fun group to ride with? Come join the Eagle's Nest HOG Chapter to learn about their upcoming rides.

2nd TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH

MARYSVILLE

MMA Division 1 Monthly Meeting

Presented by Modified Motorcycle Association - Stassis 4th Ward Tavern – 7th Street.    7pm The Modified Motorcycle Association is the first motorcycle rights organization in the State of California. Please join us to learn about upcoming legislation and laws that affect our rights to ride free.  For more information: [email protected]

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3rd TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH

FOLSOM

Folsom HOG Chapter General Meeting

Presented by Folsom HOG – Canyon Grill & Ale House - Oak Avenue Parkway #8. Come early and have dinner, 6pm. Organized reports and activities at pm. Share info on great rides, discuss upcoming events, hear the latest news from the Folsom dealership, and the RAFFLE. For more information:  www.folsomhog.org / [email protected]

3rd TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH

PENRYN

MMA Division 16 Monthly Meeting

Presented by Modified Motorcycle Association – Valencia Club – Taylor Rd. 7pm The Modified Motorcycle Association is the first motorcycle rights organization in the State of California. Please join us to learn about upcoming legislation and laws that affect our rights to ride free. 

​​​1st WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH

SACRAMENTO

Sacramento HOG Monthly Social

Presented by Sacramento Harley Owners Group – Elks Lodge #6 – Riverside Blvd.  pm  Do you live in the Sacramento area and love to ride your Harley-Davidson motorcycle? Come and join the Sacramento Harley Owners Group for their Chapter Social!  For more information: sacramentohog.com

2nd WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH

PLACERVILLE

American Legion Riders Post Monthly Meeting

Presented by ALR Post – Greenstone Road.  6pm.  Share info on rides and discuss upcoming events.  Bar opens at 5pm.  For more information:  Bill Bryant ()

4th  WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH

REDDING

Redding HOG Chapter Meeting  

Presented by Redding Harley Owners Group - LuLu's Restaurant - Pine Street.  7pm.  Meeting is free to all who wish to attend. Come early and get the world’s best clams!  For more information:  [email protected]

 

2nd THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH

VACAVILLE

Vacaville HOG Chapter Monthly Meet & Greet

Presented by Iron Steed H.O.G. Chapter Vacaville.  Located at Hide-A-Way - Orange Dr. 7pm.  Are you looking for a group of people just like you? Do you need people to ride with? Look no further! For more information or inquiries, contact our Chapter Director Dori at [email protected] Chapter Asst. Director Charlynn at [email protected]

3rd THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH

ROCKLIN

Monthly HOG Chapter Meeting

Presented by Sierra Thunder HOG Chapter.  NEW LOCATION Granite Rock Grill Restaurant - Pacific St. 7pm.  We welcome you to come to our meeting and learn about our Chapter. We Ride and Have Fun. Note: No food service at meeting. For more information:  [email protected] /() landline

 

3rd THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH

ELK GROVE

MMA Division 2 Monthly Meeting

Presented by Modified Motorcycle Association – Barn Café - Grant Line Rd.  7pm The Modified Motorcycle Association is the first motorcycle rights organization in the State of California. Please join us to learn about upcoming legislation and laws that affect our rights to ride free. 

 

3rd  THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH

ALTURAS

American Legion Riders Meeting

Presented by Post Legion Riders – The Niles – S. Main Street.   For more information:  ()

 

4th THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH

NORTH SACRAMENTO

MMA Division 14 Monthly Meeting

Presented by Modified Motorcycle Association – NEW LOCATION Misplaced Souls MC CH - Auburn Blvd.  7pm The Modified Motorcycle Association is the first motorcycle rights organization in the State of California. Please join us to learn about upcoming legislation and laws that affect our rights to ride free. 

 

4th THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH

CHICO

MMA Division 23 Monthly Meeting

Presented by Modified Motorcycle Association – Sierra Steel Harley Davidson – Mangrove Ave. 7pm.  The Modified Motorcycle Association is the first motorcycle rights organization in the State of California. Please join us to learn about upcoming legislation and laws that affect our rights to ride free. 

 

4th THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH

PALO CEDRO

MMA Division 24 Monthly Meeting

Presented by Modified Motorcycle Association – Goodtimes Pizza – Old 44 Drive 7pm.  The Modified Motorcycle Association is the first motorcycle rights organization in the State of California. Please join us to learn about upcoming legislation and laws that affect our rights to ride free. 

 

4th THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH

ROCKLIN

ALR Chapter Monthly Meeting

Presented by American Legion Riders – Chapter   Rocklin Parks and Rec – 5th Street.  pm.  Contact Gail Miller with any questions ()

EVERY FRIDAY

FACEBOOK LIVE

BIKER CHURCH NIGHT  Presented by Thunder Road Biker Church -  Facebook LIVE   7pm-8pm

​1st FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH

LOCKEFORD

MMA Division 12 Monthly Meeting

Presented by Modified Motorcycle Association – Lockeford Family Resaturant – Hwy   7pm The Modified Motorcycle Association is the first motorcycle rights organization in the State of California. Please join us to learn about upcoming legislation and laws that affect our rights to ride free. 

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1st FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH

WOODLAND

BIKERS AGAINST CHILD ABUSE Meeting at VFW Hall – W. Kentucky Avenue.  7pm  Meetings are open to the public.  () with any questions.

 

1st FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH

LOCKEFORD

MMA Division 12 Monthly Meeting

Presented by Modified Motorcycle Association – Lockeford Family Resaturant – Hwy   7pm The Modified Motorcycle Association is the first motorcycle rights organization in the State of California. Please join us to learn about upcoming legislation and laws that affect our rights to ride free. 

 

2nd FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH

FAIRFIELD

OPEN HOUSE   Presented by Dirty Whites Club House – N. Texas St  8pm - ?  Come have a blast!  Contact  Joe

 

2nd FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH

ORANGEVALE

OPEN HOUSE   Presented by Rogue Militia MC. Greenback Lane.  7pm. Come out and join us for Good Times/Cold Drinks/Brotherhood.  Contact: Tone () or Rob ()

 

EVERY SATURDAY

SACRAMENTO

Presented by Misplaced Souls MC.  Open House to the Biker Community – Auburn Blvd on Saturday nights – 6pm. / No Cover Charge.  Come Join the MSMC and other motorcycle enthusiasts where we enjoy good entertainment, cold drinks, and good food. For more information: Spit Shine () / Sarge ()

 

1st SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH

 

AUBURN

MONTHLY CHAPTER MEETING   Presented by Gold Country Indian Motorcycle Riders Group.  C&E Auburn Indian & V-Twin - Shale Ridge Rd.  am. Gold Country IMRG is open to all motorcycle brands. All members and prospective members and friends are welcome. www.goldcountryimrg.com

 

3rd SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH

FAIRFIELD

MONTHLY CHAPTER MEETING – Presented by Christian Motorcyclists Association - Lord's Knights Chapter.  Benicia Grill II - N. Texas.  Order breakfast at 8am. Announcements at am.  Kick stands up by am. All bikes welcome. (Note: Feb & May we do weekend events, so no breakfast meeting then.) For more information: Bill Neander / [email protected]

 

3rd SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH

RENO, NV

MONTHLY CHAPTER MEETING - Presented by Battle Born IRMG - Indian Motorcycle of Reno – Kietzke Lane.  9am. Newly formed Battle Born IMRG, Chapter , based out of the Reno Indian dealership is forming up and recruiting Indian and Victory riders if you wish to join.  For more information:  Jeff Justus - President () / [email protected]


3rd SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH

VACAVILLE 

MONTHLY LOCAL MEETING  Presented by A.B.A.T.E. Local 17 -  Midway Road   10am   We will discuss matters important to the Local and to the motorcycle community. We create plans, and review events and have a raffle. We will also share with other MRO's and Clubs. We are also open to the communities. Glenn Phillips () / [email protected]

4th SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH

SACRAMENTO 

MONTHLY OPEN MEETING  Presented by Veterans of All Wars Riders -  The Capitol Casino - N 16th Street   10am   Meetings are open to the public. For more information: Sly - [email protected] / www.vawriders.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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