What or Who got you started in this motorcycle thing we all love? For me it started in 1979 when my friend Leroy Turner, came to visit his girlfriend who lived next door to us at the time. He had just purchased a used Honda CB750, and had to hide it at his girls house so his mother would'nt FREAK OUT. I helped him unload it and thats when the bug bit the Hell Outta Me. He showed me the basics as far as how and when to shift gears and I was on my way. That was over 35yrs, and a number of…See More
It has been reported that Brother Don Cornelius has died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He died @ age 75, Thank you Don for giving us so much joy on Saturday afternoons. Your show defined music, fashion, culture & pride in our community for so many years and we "Thank You" from the bottom of oue heart's. We Wish You, Love, Peace & Soul!!See More
"At Last" she's in heaven now. Ms Etta James, R.I.P. your lonely day's are over. My parents introduced me to your fire & passion 50 yr's ago. You were always among my favorite songstress's along w/ Sarah Vaughn, Dinah Washington & Big Maybelle. Thank You for helping a young man through some trying times, you will be MISSED!!!See More
Is The Son's of Anarchy the best show on tv ? I think so but it will never win an Emmy or Golden Globe because of it's storyline or character's. Can't wait till Season 4, when Jax finds out the truth about his mother and Clay Morrow, and the murder of his father. I just hope they don't start killing off main characters like they did with the Soprano's. So long Agent Stahl !
Angelo, I know exactly what you mean. The attacks would have become personal and directed towards you after you confronted them openly. My situation continued to get worst and worst after I confronted the chapter about the racism. The whole situation really left a bad taste in my mouth about hooking up with a predominately white organization or chapter especially a Christian Motorcycle group. After that experience, I began to go by some of the black MC's clubhouses and the atmosphere and the brotherhood was much different and inviting. I have even considered prospecting for one of them, but my church had asked me if I thought about starting a motorcycle ministry within our church. At times now I really don't want to mix religion with motorcycling, maybe it's because of what I experienced. I put together the patches and outlined the structure of the motorcycle ministry for the church, but I really desire to just be part of a organization that is established and that has a true sense of brotherhood. What do you think about this situation?
Hello my brother. Thanks for the props. I'm glad you enjoyed the pics. It really is my attempt to bring some nostalgia back on the set and show how we used to party not so long ago. A lot has changed since those party days but we sometimes need to take agiant step backwards in order to continue moving forward. My 'Cobras Parties' gallery is still growing. It is a memorial and a collage to those of us who got together on a regular basis and partied with each other. We were in New York but as you can see, patches from different cities and states came together for a common cause, and that was to have a good time with each other. We had no problem either about traveling to someone elses house. Back then we didn't worry about hotels and things. The bond between clubs was so tight that we stayed at different club members homes and they did the same when they came to seeus. Space was never an issue because there ws always plenty of floor space. As you will see in some of the pictures in the galleries I have yet to post. I recall sleeping under the kitchen table at 'Tigers' house. I think that was in Maryland.
At any rate enjoy the pictures. This is a sharing of my experiences as a scooter bum through the years.
Man your talking about the BOTTOM!! Yes sir is still goning on live each summer weekend in large packs.
Even now you can still stop over for some pork ring's and beer!! I live about 8 miles from that place. Man until people vist the place they have no idea hanging there. How about when its real sunney out side and you 1st walk it and it's so dark inside that the only light you see is the BUD LITE sign over the bar. like a but to a light we fly right to the ligh!! lol Man I got stories about the Bottom!!! You make sure you email me next time your hanging at the bottom so we can hang out.
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