Friday, June 17, 2011

Fathers Day ~ Sunday, June 19th

I took the following information (which I edited slightly) from Chris/Blue Collar Moto. We're encouraging anyone local (or close enough) to come on out for breakfast and a ride to the Century Motorcycles Fathers Day BBQ. I'll be there shooting (what else) Speed Balls!... no not really. We're clean and sober anyway. I'll be there shooting pictures. If you are clean and sober, good going too. I'm not down on it or anything. I guess I'm not sober... but I am clean, where it counts! Pits and Downtown! Ok, back to the information that's important and no more of my up-all-night ramblings....

Breakfast Ride to Century Motorcycles Fathers Day Party 2011.
So if your on Face Book, heres the link for the ride to Century info. (Allen, ya really do need to find another way to spend/waste your time)

Since last years party, Cindy has been diagnosed with cancer. She is fighting a good fight and doing well, but I know she would love to see a big turnout! No reason to think she won't be with us again for 2012 fathers day, but just the same. Come by and say hellow, and check out the 1500+ bikes that will be there. Cindy has made the cancer a public thing, so I'm sure she would not mind me talking about it here. Come by on Fathers Day and celebrate her dad (BILL COTTON, 1907-1993) on June 19th.

This year were meeting at The Origional Pancake House 1756 South Pacific Coast Highway Redondo Beach, CA 90277-5902 - (310) 543-9875, and then taking a ride around Palos Verdes coast to Century Motorcycles Fathers Day Party in San Pedro.
1640 South Pacific Avenue
San Pedro, CA 90731-4796
(310) 832-6190

Father's Day in 2011 is on Sunday, June 19.

This IS a all bike friendly event!
If ya have a van or cool car and no bike, don't let that stop you! Follow along! 
We are leaving the Pancake house by 8:30, so if ya want to eat, give yourself time! They have some really good food! I'll be showing up around 7:15 A.M. Last years ride around PV was a blast with more than a few surprise show ups. I assume the count as of now will be around 30 riders.

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