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Getting Got In Maryland

April 9, 2010

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A Maryland sports bike rider faces five years in prison today for videotaping a plain clothes cop pointing a gun at him. The rider is a father of two and an Air National Guardsman named Anthony Graber. More than a month ago, Graber was speeding near Exit 80 on the John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway, […]

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Phoenix Crash Victims Remembered

March 29, 2010

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There was a commemorative ride yesterday for the motorcyclists who were killed by a moron in a dump truck last Thursday in Phoenix. The moron is 46-year-old Michael J. Jakscht. The four motorcyclists who died when he ran over them at a stop light have been identified as Clyde R. Nachand (pictured above), Stephen Punch, […]

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Indicia Warrant From Hell

February 2, 2010

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Kevin O’Neill, a member of the American Outlaws Association currently confined to a cage, recently posted a nice piece on Indicia Search Warrants. If you have not yet read it yet you can find O’Neill’s essay at fedsgonebad.blogspot.com. Indicia (pronounced in-DISH-hee-uh) is a legal term that means “signs” or “indications” and it is the pretext […]

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Who Owns Hollister

May 20, 2009

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If anybody owns Hollister it has to be Big Eddie Davenport. In case you are just joining us, Eddie Davenport is the fat guy (above) in the iconic Life Magazine photo that accompanied the story of the “Hollister Motorcycle Riots.” Eddie rode with a now defunct club called the Tulare Riders and the photo was […]

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Myrtle Beach Update

February 23, 2009

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You may be hazy on the details of an East Coast biker event called “Cruisin’ the Coast Jack Daniel’s Presents the Pilgrimage.” You are supposed to be confused. The Pilgrimage used to be Myrtle Beach Bike Week. And, understandably, Festival Promotions and the Myrtle Beach Harley-Davidson dealership hope y’all come on down despite the fact […]

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