By: Mark Infield

The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine bike night Was conceived as a no cause, no cost evening to simply get together and enjoy motorcycles and the people who ride them.

We invited several vendors to share the evening of Tuesday, May 14th with us and our guests at The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine HQ at 711 W. Main Street in Jamestown. Some were not able to attend due to the fact that they were at the Myrtle Beach Spring Rally,(maybe next time)? 

But Rebel Spirit(https://therebelspirit.bigcartel.com/)from Thomasville, North Carolina, had some custom motorcycle parts (handlebars, intakes and sissy bars)that they make on display 

Robert Causey from NC CBA/ABATE(www.cba-abatenc.org/)passed out bumper stickers, calendars and literature about the importance of being proactive about legislation that affect NC bikers, They signed up two new members who will help strengthen our voice in Raleigh. 

Shannon and Dexter Rights representing Tom McGrath MotorcycleLawGroup (The Firm that rides),had some free giveaways and offered everyone the opportunity to register to win a 2019 Ducati Icon Scrambler, of course, it was free. The drawing will be held November 1, 2019.

Tom McGrath’s Motorcycle Law Group® will pay sales tax and first year’s registration.

Anyone up for a free motorcycle? You can also register online until  October 15, 2019.

at: motorcyclelawgroup.com/free-bike/.

Riding High Harley-Davidson, (www.ridinghighharleydavidson.com) located just up  the road from our office at3036HWY68, brought out a beautiful new 2019FXDRwith a 114cu.in.engine.

Chris McPeck (INSERT PICTURE OF CHRIS)entertained the crowd playing “songs you remember” all evening long.Yes, it was free. Chris did have a tip jar set out, but Chris pledged all donations to Jerry Willard who was severely injured at 8am on Saturday April 27th  when he hit a tow truck which was parked overnight  in the same lane of traffic! Jerry tried to avoid the crash but ended up hitting the bed of the tow truck according to North Carolina State Highway Patrol. Jerry’s wife Patricia Willard died at the scene of the crash and Jerry had his right arm severely cut. He was taken to Cone Hospital and then flown to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.As of Sunday morningApril28,there were no charges filed!!

The crowd was very generous as bikers generally are.

Ink Lab Tattoo had lots of tattoo flash and pictures on display and welcomed everyone to visit the Ink Lab Tattoo Studio at 603 N. Main St. in Kernersville,

Death Wish Motor Culture came and set up.a table withshirtsandhats.Later in the evening they performed some stunts for the pleasure for the crowd. 

There was also an abundant supply of frosty adult beverages. Right again! In keeping with the theme of the evening, They were free.

Nobody counted, but we estimated that there were about 60 motorcycles on the lot.

We had a “Best Bike on the lot” contest with a $50 prize which was free to enter.

Mike Gerber of Winston Salem was declared the winner with his custom self-built “Shovel Tail”

Judging from the success  of The Carolinas’ Full Throttle Magazine bike night, we just might do it again.

We will keep you posted. Look for the dates of upcoming events in The Carolinas’ Full Throttle MagazineCruisin’ Calendar. 

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