Bike Night at Giuseppe’s by TroubleMaker

Well this is the third Bike Night at Giuseppe’s Steel City Pizza and as usual things went smoothly and all seemed to have a good time. Both the owner and his son ride. And they love having all of us there. Everything kicked off at 5:00 PM. It’s going to be that time until we go back to daylight savings time. The radio station, 104.7 FM, was back for their part as well and they did a great job.Steel City Pizza always give anybody that rides in 20% off the bill.

One of the things that happens is that you go to the radio station booth right away and get two free tickets. The white ticket gets you a free beer. The Red ticket is another story.  Every once in a while they will call some of the numbers off the red tickets. If they call yours then you go to the Rossmeyer’s tent and spin the wheel. Sometimes you win, and sometimes you lose. So far I have been lucky. I have left with something each time. Last night I won a free oil change. But it has been a t-shirt before, and could have been any number of things. Once in a while the radio station has been known to bring their own prize stash as well.

There was a fair number of Motorcycles in attendance. Some classic cars showed up as well. But it is a big parking lot with room for all. The next one is January 18th. I hope to see all of you there.


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Valgal’s view of The Woodsman

Valgal’s view of The Woodsman

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The Raven by Jeff G

The Raven one of a kind!

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WOODSMAN CUP RACING by Miserable George and Valgal

ValGal got an invitation to attend a motorcycle racing event deep in the backwoods of Seminole County, sponsored, endorsed, and sanctioned, by Woodsman Cup.

It turned out to be a combination of scrambles, and a mini-motocross, on a dirt track, carved out of a thick patch of woods!

There were classes from kids’ mini-bikes, all the way up to big twins!! The track action was policed by safety flag-men, just like the big leagues!! The riders line-up included quite a few LADIES, and, these chicks could RIDE!! There were a few spills, but, to my knowledge…no injuries!!

There was food, drink, and live entertainment by the Oak Hill Drifters, also, a make-shift bucking bronc, and, as the sun was setting, a BIG raffle, including grab-bags, merchandise, helmets,(ValGal won one!!), and the grand prize,a motorcycle!!! That was won by a VERY happy young lady!!!

It was a very nostalgic, and entertaining day for me, taking me back to my club racing days!! Wanna thank Fox and his crew for their hospitality…looking forward to the next event!!!

Miserable George & ValGal

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SCMA-David Lewis Toy Run by Robin Bailey and Valgal

Following along with local tradition the bikers of Brevard County met at Merritt Square Mall the first Sunday in December for a toy run put on by Space Coast Motorcycle Alliance  It was named for one of the founding members David Lewis. Unlike years in the past this year’s toy run was not escorted. The riders were able to leave in their own groups for a leisurely Safe Ride to Space Coast Harley Davidson in Palm Bay. This event was the end of a three-day Christmas Bike Fest put on with food vendors, merchandise vendors, and great local talented bands from around the area.
With approximately 13,000 people attending many toys were collected for the small local charities of the county to ensure that our children would have a warm and wonderful Christmas morning.  

Thanks goes out to ALL who participated in this yearly event… Remember it’s ALL FOR THE KIDS!

Robin Bailey

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SHRINER’S BREVARD TOY RUN…2017 by Miserable George

Well, Sunday, Dec. 3rd., was the big day…Toy Run Sunday in Brevard County!! The Shriner’s Run assembled at Byrd Plaza, on US#1, at Dixon Blvd. I’m not gonna kid anybody, no one knew exactly what kind of crowd they’d get, after the big “shake-up” concerning the Shriners and another organization, which was also sponsoring a run on this same day. We, at Old School Biker Magazine, were in support of toys for the needy kids, no matter where they came from…PERIOD!!! Anyway, it was kick-stands up at 12 noon for between 380 and 400 motorcycles. They filed out onto US#1, and headed north to Titusville, where an area had been prepared for them to assemble. There was ample parking, food vendors, liquid refreshment provided by the Shriners, and live entertainment by  the Buckshot Band, Kamryn Palmer, and Andy Velo. Imperial Recorder Randy Rudge, gave a short talk, welcoming all the riders, thanking them, and all who helped to make this run a success!! The BIG MAN upstairs certainly blessed us with perfect weather, for which we are very grateful! Thanks also to Mike and Jonell Pope for all your help. I tell ya folks…it was a perfect day!!! Hey, ride safe!!!

Miserable George & ValGal

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