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Tan Lines: August, 2017

I have often said that bikers are the best people in the world, not all maybe, but most of us. A good friend of mine was riding from Florida to California to see family. He stopped in San Antonio to gas up and grab a bite to eat. Unfortunately, when he was ready to go, his bike wasn’t. After checking ...

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Tan Lines: July, 2017

May has been proclaimed Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month and not a minute too soon—that’s for sure. With our constant stream of visitors from other states and countries and those that are paying more attention to their cell phones than driving, our roads here in Central Florida can be very dangerous. Several years ago, the COBB Society Chapter 1 took up ...

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Tan Lines: June, 2017

I once heard that the older you get, the faster time seems to fly by and I think whoever said it was right. I cannot believe that nearly half of 2017 is already over. The 25th of March found riders down on the west coast in the Clearwater area showing up to support a “Rock the Cure” benefit for the ...

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Tan Lines: May, 2017

Congratulations to William G. Davidson, chief styling officer emeritus and brand ambassador, who many believe changed the direction and identity of Harley-Davidson since the take-back in 1984, on being honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Willie G. will receive the award at the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum Hall of Fame Induction ceremony on August 9, during the 77th Sturgis Rally… Mark ...

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Tan Lines: April, 2017

With the great weather we have 95 percent of the time, sometimes there are so many things going on it’s really hard to decide which way to head so I just try to hit as many as I can… The month of January wrapped up on a good note with Seminole Harley holding a customer appreciation weekend. On the 28th ...

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Tan Lines: March, 2017

2017 started out just perfect. On New Year’s Day I saddled up and joined a popular tradition of many in our area, the Hangover Ride. Funny as it sounds, it started several years ago with a couple of friends deciding to start the year off with a ride in spite of their hangovers. It has grown to one of the ...

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Tan Lines: February, 2017

Well, I think winter has finally found us here in the Sunshine State. We’ve been forced to start wearing jackets and sometimes chaps for an early ride or when heading home after the sun goes down. But it’s all good; so many of you reading this have to park your bikes in the late fall and can’t dig them out ...

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Tan Lines: January, 2017

The month of October slid by quickly and we were into November before most of us realized it but not before we had a chance to grab a mug and don our costumes for some late-night fun. Space Coast Harley in Palm Bay’s party was a good time for the adults in attendance with free beer, Jack and Fireballs to ...

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24th annual Biketoberfest: Weathering the storm

DAYTONA BEACH, FLA., OCT. 13–16—October is a great month for riding in Florida. The blistering heat has subsided but it’s still warm enough to ride in a tank top or T-shirt during the day and a light jacket late at night. However, this year, just a few days before Biketoberfest, riders, along with everyone else in Central Florida, were hunkered ...

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Tan Lines: December, 2016

On October 5 and 6, most of us in Central Florida were gathering water and praying that Hurricane Matthew would take a right turn and head back out into the Atlantic and it did, but not far enough. The category 4 hurricane came inland around Daytona and took out its anger on areas north of the World’s Most Famous Beach. ...

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