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Hearts and Flowers

Published on February 1, 2022 under Blog
Hearts and Flowers

Shine up your scooter, it’s that time of year again. I’m talkin’ about the 15th annual Mardi Party out at Charlotte’s Web Pub in Wauchula, Florida. It’s comin’ off like a prom dress on February 13, 14, and 15. Three incredible days of biker tomfoolery, sponsored by 866LawFran with live music from Tommy Roxx the Born to Ride Ride in Bike show and tasty cajun food and BBQ. This is a genuine true biker destination and Born To Ride will be there takin’ photos of you and your bike for a future issue of the magazine and taping all the excitement for our Born To Ride TV show. Come on out for a killer time, pre-Superbowl on Saturday.

Our big news for February is the rowdy return of Thunder by the Bay this February 18, 19, and 20 at the Sarasota Fairgrounds. Gate admission is just five bucks on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday with ten dollars for Saturday only and kids under 12 are free! Come on out for the return of Born To Ride’s Choppertown Live ride-in chopper show. You’ll see the coolest old school choppers that the south has to offer. Check out our interview with organizer Lucy Nicandry in this issue and learn about her amazing charity
“ Suncoast Charities for Children” and why it is so important to support it to help the Children.

Check out our mind-numbing feature article on Gibtown Bikefest, it took place last month out at the International Independent Showmen’s Association in Gibsonton, Florida. It’s been called “Florida’s most entertaining Bike Week” and for good reason. Known for its non-stop kickass bands, a high-flyin’ daredevil show, great food and drink, and vendors galore, this three-day fandango is biker heaven on earth.

Fans of Born To Ride will already know about our big hit with Choppertown Live and the Great American Motorcycle Show January in Atlanta, Georgia. Witness the wonder and the glory of this goosebump-producin’ event in this issue. Born To Rides 2nd monthly publication is the Southeast edition supporting Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, North and South Carolina. You can grab a paper edition in those states or click all over the online version.

But wait, there’s more! Join us for coverage of Paquette’s Historical Farmall Museum, Tractor Show and Truck Show. This is a must-see event and a true jam out in lovely Leesburg, Florida.
Eric Albright will fill us in on a true biker legend in the form of a man who is an artist, a potter, a philosopher, and life-long rider, David Meaders who resides in the beautiful mountains of Georgia.

If that’s not enough, you’ll get a movie review by Phantom of Choppertown’s The Sinners DVD, get both barrels from Nefarious James, a few laughs from Spyke & Mike, and a few two-wheeled thoughts from Letterfly. All this and more is just a pager turn away.

Speaking of, you know, in a world of runaway inflation and overzealous consumerism, Born To Ride is still a FREE magazine. Yep, the one you are holding in your hands. You’ll notice it strives to be a quality publication with editorial content created to keep you in touch with the biker lifestyle you love. Motorcycles dealers, please support our efforts. Having Born To Ride in your dealership, shop, or biker-friendly establishment will send the right message to your customers, draw more traffic, and helps create more business for us all. Get your business in Born To Ride. Let us give you the value you deserve. It will also show all the bikers out there that you support this magazine and appreciate their business. Thank you.

Lastly, don’t forget to join our Facebook family every Tuesday night at 7pm for Born To Ride LIVE on Facebook and stop on by Boss Hogg Radio on FB every Thursday night at 7pm for good biker talk, special guests, and a kick-back good time.

For right now, just turn the page and let Born To Ride roll you away…

–Dave Nichols

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