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Southbound and Down 4

We are proud to support Southbound and Down IV at The Boardr HQ: Good Times, Motorcycles. Be sure to head to The Boardr next Saturday for a day of fun!
Food and drink served all day
Free haircuts courtesy of Bentley Salon
Free tattoos courtesy of Krystal Ralph
9 am - Load in
11am - Open to public - no cover
12 pm - Wiener Grab - free to enter
1 pm - Beer provided by PBR
Raffle 1
2 pm - Head to Head Slow Races - free to enter
Raffle 2
3:30 pm - Best Garage Built Bike Award - free to enter
Load Out
4 pm - Ride to After-Party at the VFW Post 424, 105 West Broad Stree
8 pm - Elite Gentleman's Club, no cover, 8804 66th Street North, Pinellas Park
For more information go to https://goo.gl/yWQgdR and give them a like on Instagram.

Don't forget about the Critter Crawl on Friday night (Oct. 27,2017)
Roll out to the Southbound and Down Critter Crawl for a face melting, beer chugging, whiskey drinking rager. Bike parking will be available on site as well as a few reserved spots featuring live rock by: Beerwolf, TOKE, and more! $10 cover donations will go towards a military charity to help the families of fallen heroes.

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