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New Feature: Black Gypsy

 ChopCult member Josh Allison is back with his latest build Black Gypsy. Enjoy!

Support The Heroe Run!

It's that time of year again! Join our friends at The Heroes Run tomorrow at the Hardywood Park Craft Brewery beginning at 10 am. They have a laid-back ride planned which ends back at Hardywood for an all-day, family-friendly event. Justin, Joe, and Rudy have asked a few friends to bring their custom motorcycles, so eye candy is guaranteed. Justin and Joe have built a sweet 96 HD Superglide for this year's raffle bike. You can ride it home by purchasing a ticket for $25.00 or an event t-shirt bundle with a raffle ticket for $40.00. The winner must be on location to win the bike. All proceeds raised will benefit Connor's Heroes. I would like to applaud Justin, Joe, and Rudy for continuing to shine the light on Connor's Heroes and for their dedication to the Heroes Run. Big thanks to folks who donated products for the giveaway motorcycles and raffle prizes year after year. You are appreciated. -Lisa

Photos by Ken Penn

September 20 - 23, 2017 / Motorcycle Film Festival

The Motorcycle Film Festival celebrates the world's best dramatic, documentary, short, and experimental films created by the international motorcycling community. The annual New York City-based festival brings together established and young filmmakers, riders, builders, enthusiasts, and industry executives to present compelling and engaging films, installations, music, and panel discussions. It's recognized as one of the world's most important motorcycling events, past festival participants and entrants have received critical and international recognition, secured commercial distribution and funding, and enlightened worldwide audiences. Located at the Wythe Hotel Screening Room in Brooklyn, NY. Go to for more information and to purchase your tickets.

Motorcycle Film Festival: Facebook / Instagram

Help if you can

Bill Dodge's motorcycle shop, Bling's Cycles, was flooded due to the storm surge from Hurricane Irma. Due to Bill's location in Daytona, he is unable to carry flood insurance. Bling's Cycles suffered catastrophic loss due to water damage. Any and all help is greatly appreciated. Click here to donate or check out Paul Widerman's Instagram account for more information.

Shotgun Exhaust Pipes Giveaway!!!

Tyler and Kyle have offered not one but two Shotgun Exhausts for your 2006 and up Dyna. Just head over to the main forum and post a photo in this thread of your Dyna that you would like to install their Shotgun Exhaust Pipes on. Tyler will announce the lucky winners on September 26, 2017. Best of luck!

Enter your Dyna here.

Run To The Hills

Run to the Hills (Dirty Business)
Reyes Creek Bar and Grill
26905 Camp Scheideck Rd Maricopa, CA 93252

Reyes Creek Campground is a first come, first serve area, however we have some people heading up on Thursday to save space. Camp spots are limited but big, so make sure to share, especially those who can't make it out until Saturday.

An Adventure Pass is no longer needed for this campground, so you pay at the campground when you come to the site. The cost is between $10-20 depending on how many cars are at your camp site. This apples to cars, bikes, trucks, and RVs. You can not purchase the pass online.

Reyes Creek Bar is a full restaurant and bar, but they close by 9:00, so make sure to BYOB and don't forget the snacks!

As of today, bonfires are allowed, so make sure to bring firewood. There are bathrooms, so don't forget the toilet paper. Please make sure to bring trash bags as well.

If you want to meet up with some other riders, see the information below. If you do not end up meeting at any of these points, be safe and enjoy the ride....

Meet up times and locations:
Orange County peeps
Marty Fair and Breanna Rae Gastmeyer will be at Paul's Cocktails in Orange. Meet up time is 9:00, kickstands up at 11:15. Paul's Cocktails address is 207 W Chapman Ave Orange, CA 92866.

SD riders
Meet up with Kenny Compton at the Mobile Gas Station by 10:30... KSU @ 11:00 am.
Mobile Station
8380 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
San Diego Ca 92111

Rich Silva and his beautiful wife Marissa Silva are meeting up at the Raccoon Saloon in Wrightwood. KSU @ 11:00 am.

Raccoon Saloon
1269 Evergreen Rd
Wrightwood, CA 92397

If you are riding and are near the Burbank area, Kathleen Davis offered to haul your stuff up in her RV. She is leaving Friday morning, so please contact her to coordinate.

Friday night
Story time with Biker Steve and I foresee a pants off party. If you know Dirty Business boys, then you know what I mean. If you have any requests for acoustic guitar songs by Taylor Mirabelli, he only knows two songs. (Just kidding Taylor!!!!) You DO NOT want to miss Friday night.

We have a ride planned for the late afternoon, and plan on hitting up the Deerlodge.
BANDS START at 5:00. You do not want to miss either band. Arkansas Toothpick and the Fag Hags. Make sure to check out some of the videos that have been posted on this page.
Raffle!!! Jolene Lavelgia has worked diligently to bug some sponsors and get you guys some cool shit. We have stuff from Midnight Rider, Show Class, Speed Kings, Coffin Culture, Klass Cycles, and others that have sent us some items to give to you guys. Everyone gets one raffle ticket just for showing up. If you want to purchase any more tickets, please do so. There will be no profit made by Run to the Hills raffle tickets, all proceeds will be given to the family that owns the bar as a thank you for the accommodations and hospitality. And lastly, cell phone service is almost non-existent, unless you go up to the top of the hill, so plan accordingly.

Can't wait to see everyone and have a great time.

Follow Run To The Hills on Facebook and Instagram.

Please direct your questions to Dirty Business or Dana.

Never forgotten

Photo by photojournalist Allan Tannenbaum of firefighter Tim Duffy. Let us always remember the brave souls who headed into the dust to save others and the 2,978 who never returned home.


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