Jay RR 2020 by Valgal

To everyone that showed up for Jay’s Memorial Ride… Thank You….On Feb. 23rd well over 100 people showed their love and respect for a wonderful man… Our friend Jay Grose… You will be missed by us all. For me, it is time… Time to let you fly(ride) free… You mean more to me than you will ever know… we all need to carry on with our hectic crazy lives… Memories of you will forever fill our souls with warmth and love. We have each other to turn to on those days when your loss weighs too heavy… but as brothers and sisters together we will carry on… We Love you Jay #GETCHAPULL

I hope you enjoy the memories I have captured of us loving our great friend… Let me know if you want any copies of the group shot or any of them…


Warlocks Brevard…38 Years Strong by Miserable George

I’ve been a “hang-around” at this Chapter for over 29 years now…I’ve watched it change, move to new quarters, lose Brothers, gain Brothers, and settle into the huge Clubhouse that it presently owns on SR 520 across from the Ford Dealer in Cocoa, Florida. On Sat., Feb. 15th., 2020, Brevard celebrated their 38th. year, along with the Annual Valentine’s Day Massacre!! Despite some sprinkles, a nice crowd rode in to help celebrate with food, cold ones, a hot juke box, and a bunch of even hotter ladies!! I was fortunate enough to meet up with several Brothers and Sisters whom I hadn’t seen for quite a few years.

I’d like to extend my thanks to the Brevard Chapter for all the help they extended when I was doing my free-lancing with several of the now-defunct (paper) Motorcycle publications…it certainly helped me get a good start!!

Please check out their events…you’ll thank me.

Good Luck Brothers…keep up the good work…

Miserable George

CoolWhip by Valgal

86″ shovelhead stroker with dual magneto’s, 4 speed true jockey shift.. 9 over Springer front end… GMA breaks, front and back. Too much to list!… The seat was done by Alonzo leather, the paint job by Rattle Can Customs and the fab work on the tank was done by Josh from Miller Forge…

PROJECT VetRelief DINNER by Valgal

Friday, Jan. 31, 2020 saw the Ballroom at Legion 359 filled to capacity for the Project VetRelief Dinner. There were many Post Officials attending from out of state, National Commander Bill Oxford, Department of Florida American Legion Commander Rick Johnson, Eastern area Commander Dennis Boland, Astronaut High JROTC, we had 1,200 hours of volunteer time and we raised $21,000…

A ceremony honoring Lost Vets was carried out by N. Titusville High School’s JROTC group…very inspiring indeed!! A very tasty dinner was served by caterer, Kelly’s Cuisine, a local family operated company. Several Legion officials gave short talks explaining the importance of the VetProject. After the dinner portion of the evening ended, Karaoke began in the main clubroom. All in all, it was a fully enjoyable evening. Folks, please thank a Vet today, stand up for your country, and GOD BLESS AMERICA…!!!

Miserable George and Valgal