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American Flat Track will return to the northeastern U.S. with two great events in 2018

Published on October 4, 2017 under Blog
American Flat Track will return to the northeastern U.S. with two great events in 2018
Williams Grove Half-Mile returns on September 8; New York Short Track at an all-new venue set for July 14   DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Oct. 3, 2017) – American Flat Track is pleased to confirm two events in the northeastern U.S. as part of the 2018 schedule. New for the series, the New York Short Track will be held in upstate New York on July 14 and the wildly-successful Williams Grove Half-Mile returns to the schedule on September 8. After putting on two thrilling events in the Syracuse market, America’s original extreme sport will return to the area for the third…
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The Ultimate Luxury Lifestyle Event Returns to Tampa November 4th

Published on October 3, 2017 under Blog
The Ultimate Luxury Lifestyle Event Returns to Tampa November 4th
Tampa, FL (October, 2017) – After three years, Cars & Couture announces they will be returning to Tampa to host their 7th annual Luxury Lifestyle Reception at the Westchase Golf Club on November 4th, 2017. The event originally started in 2010 at the Tampa Bay Jet Center where they operated for their first three years before changing venues to a mansion in St.Petersburg. The event will once again benefit the non-profit organization Autism Speaks. The car enthusiast’s dream weekend kicks off with the Cars & Couture’s evening gala on Saturday, November 4th. The luxury lifestyle event takes place at the…
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Finding the Groove

Published on October 2, 2017 under Blog
Finding the Groove
Like so many other youngsters growing up, I was drawn to bikes because at some point the “cool” factor made me wild eyed. We’ve all heard the stories about the young kid seeing a big group of patch members blowing down the road as he peaked over the doorframe out the window. At some point though, at least for me, my love for old scoots took a turn in a slightly different direction. After being away from bikes for a long time I was drawn back to it at a point of great turmoil, the details aren’t important, but it…
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Royal Enfield – Revving Up

Published on October 2, 2017 under Blog
Royal Enfield – Revving Up
With the finest and brightest of teams in the country, comprising of management professionals and a skillful, committed workforce, the Company has a unique and open culture, making Royal Enfield a vibrant and responsive company. To its customers in India and elsewhere in the world, Royal Enfield means more than just motorcycles; it's a sense of belonging to an exclusive community with unfading passion, emotion and interest. The Company is all set to augment its leadership position, be it in the power and leisure bike segment in India or the classic bike segment elsewhere in the world, by introducing distinctively…
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#VegasStrong

Published on October 2, 2017 under Blog
#VegasStrong
The tragedy in Las Vegas last night is extremely upsetting and we pray for everyone the tragedy has affected. I think we can all agree that in this world of individuals who do not value life, we have to stand strong and make a statement that this type of incident will not force us to cower or hinder us. Las Vegas BikeFest is on schedule and we do not anticipate any changes. As many of you know, the event site is Downtown Las Vegas, 8 miles from where the events unfolded last night, and as always we are working with…
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Women’s World_October 2017

Published on October 2, 2017 under Blog
Women’s World_October 2017
RIDING MY OWN Myra McElhaney   When I first met my husband Phil, I was excited that he had a motorcycle. I loved riding with a neighborhood guy during high school and looked forward to being on back of a bike again. Phil had a Yamaha 650. He later upgraded to a Goldwing then eventually a Harley-Davidson Tour Glide. We loved riding in the mountains of North Georgia on weekends and occasionally we’d take a longer trip. We rode and camped with another couple on the Natchez Trace. A few years later, with the same couple, we rode from Atlanta…
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Yoshimura Suzuki to field Superbike Champ Toni Elias in American Flat Track Finals

Published on October 2, 2017 under Born To Ride
Yoshimura Suzuki to field Superbike Champ Toni Elias in American Flat Track Finals
Moto2 and American Superbike champion to contest American Flat Track’s AFT Singles class at the season finale in Perris, Calif. on October 7 DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (September 29, 2017) – Yoshimura Suzuki will field road racing standout Toni Elias when the 2010 Moto2 World Champion makes his American Flat Track debut at the Cycle Gear American Flat Track Finals presented by Indian Motorcycle in Perris, Calif. on October 7. Fresh off of his MotoAmerica Superbike title, Elias will grid up alongside some of the world's fastest flat trackers in the AFT Singles class aboard the No. 324 Yoshimura Suzuki RM-Z450.…
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AMA Congress convenes at AIMExpo for 50th annual meeting

Published on September 28, 2017 under Born To Ride
AMA Congress convenes at AIMExpo for 50th annual meeting
Recreational, racing and political issues discussed PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- AMA Congress members from across the country gathered Sept. 21-23 at the AIMExpo at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio, to consider important issues affecting amateur motorcycle competition and recreational riding. It was the 50th annual meeting of the rule-making body. "Many important questions were raised and event organizers were able to share their input and opinions on issues that directly affect them," said AMA Recreational Riding Manager Marie Wuelleh. "We encourage all AMA members and riders to voice their concerns through AMA Congress and be a part of…
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St. Petersburg Scare Park Uses Shipping Containers for Haunted Rooms

Published on September 28, 2017 under Born To Ride
St. Petersburg Scare Park Uses Shipping Containers for Haunted Rooms
TAMPA BAY, Fla. (September, 2017) – Florida’s Newest Haunted Attraction announced it’s opening only a few months ago. During this short period time the Blood District committee has built a scare park out of shipping containers and make shift walls. The idea to use the shipping containers as haunted rooms originated from a local group of creative entrepreneurs who are now ready to launch the 16 Day event in the Warehouse Arts District starting October 5th. The event features event midway area with food, beverages, vendors and scary entertainers. Along with the event festivities, event goers will have the chance…
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