Whirlyball 2014

Whirlyball 2014


A smashing good time!

St. Pattys Shindig

St. Pattys Shindig


Lots of green and grins. 

Chili Cook-off

Chili Cook-off


Great food, music, and company at the 2014 chili cook off.

Euchre Tournament

Euchre Tournament


2014 Euchre tournament

L.O.H. Christmas Party!

L.O.H. Christmas Party!


Santa Bruce Stopped In To Bounce Some Babes On His Knee!

Chapter Christmas Party!

Chapter Christmas Party!


"Wolverine Chapter Sure Knows How To Party!!

L.O.H. Sushi Night

L.O.H. Sushi Night



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Upcoming Events

Sat Apr 26 @10:00AM
Project Rushmore Open House
Sat Apr 26 @ 7:00PM
Night Time Sweets & Treats
Sun May 04 @ 8:30AM
Blessing of the Bikes
Wed May 07 @ 6:30PM
Wolverine Officer's Meeting
Sat May 10 @ 9:00AM
Road Crew Skills Challenge
Sat May 10 @ 9:00AM
Mothers Day Ride


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Are you a card carrying member?
While attending Chapter events, you will be asked for your membership card. Why? It’s because we need to verify that you have renewed your membership and have signed a waiver for that year. If you do not have your card with you for a ride or event, you will be asked to sign a waiver.

If you are bringing a minor to a Chapter event, keep in mind that they will also need a waiver for them. If you are not the legal guardian (yup, we’re talking to you, grandma), you will need to print the waiver and have a signed copy with you when checking into the event.

Also, don’t forget that your membership card gets you exclusive discounts at Wolverine Harley-Davidson!  Present your card in order to receive your discount! Did you know that not all sponsoring dealerships offer this benefit to their H.O.G. Chapter members? So when you see George, give him a high five or your best biker nod.

Longevity status:
As of April 8, Wolverine had 721 current members! As you dust off the old (or new) Harley after a record-breakingly cold and miserable winter, don’t forget to renew your chapter membership! If you do not renew before the end of April, you will be considered a NEW member again. Yup, that means that even if you’ve been a member since the very beginning, you will technically no longer have the elite status of a Charter Member (that’s what happens when Steve has to delete you from his spreadsheet). Sure, you could wait until it’s actually 80 degrees out to renew, but we really can’t guarantee that nobody will call you out on being a newbie again.

Blessing of the Bikes
A sign of the Father, Son, and the Holy Harley-Davidson. It’s time to bless the bikes! Don’t miss this year’s Blessing of the Bikes on Sunday, May 4 at St. Peter’s Church on Omo Road. Kickstands up at 9:15 a.m. at W-HD. After the blessing, a brunch ride will take the group to either Murphy Inn near St. Clair or Bullfrogs in Ortonville. The weather will determine which one we will go to. If it’s a nice day, we’ll make the trek to St. Clair. If it’s iffy, we’ll hop on over to Bullfrogs. If you can’t make it for the blessing and would like to join us for the brunch ride,  meet us at the church around 10:30 a.m.

A great deal of emphasis is placed on tires in the world of racing, and there's a reason for that...performance and safety. When it comes down to these two factors affecting your life, I can't think of too many parts of a motorcycle that are more important than your tires. On that note, and as we start thinking "spring," here are a few points to consider next time you inspect your motorcycle and prepare for not just that first ride, but any ride:

Join Our Chapter!

We have currently signed up over 770 members to our Wolverine HOG Chapter #1332. Why so many??? Because it is Fun and there is no better way to experience the Harley-Davidson life style. So don't hesitate. 

Wolverine Chapter Member Renewals for 2014 will begin at the November 2013 Chapter meeting. Remember you must be a current member to receive your member benefits!

Annual Membership Fees are as follows 1yr- $24.00 // 2yr- $45.00 // 3yr- $65.00- Your National H.O.G. membership needs to mirror your Chapter membership, or be a Life member to use the multi-year sign up option. You can drop-off your membership application at any General Chapter Meeting which occurs the 2nd Tuesday of every month at the Concorde Inn of Clinton Township at 44315 Gratiot Ave just south of Wolverine Harley Davidson. or at Wolverine Harley-Davidson. Guests are welcome to attend. You can download the Membership Enrollment Form here

 Michigan State H.O.G. Rally Information and News Highlights

 The 2014 Michigan State H.O.G. Rally site has been chosen! The winner is: Birch Run!

Just wanted to let you know the "Great Lakes" MI State HOG Rally website is now excepting registrations.
Please pass the word with your chapter and friends. Let's rock the land in the Birch Run area. MI State HOG Rally website, click here: http://mistatehogrally.com/index.html 

If you are on Facebook search: Michigan State HOG Rally, like the page for updates.

P.S. Also please consider volunteering at the rally, we will need your help. You can sign-up on the Rally Website.
See the Rally Flyer  PDF attachment.

Wolverine Chapter Hotel Room Blocks

Comfort Inn – 989-624-7777 
Located across the street from the Best Western which is the host hotel.
Rates: $119 + tax/fees for 2 Queen or 1 King standard room 
Block: 12 Rooms under the name “Wolverine” and will be released 7/31/14

America’s Best - 989-624-4440
Located in the same parking lot as the Best Western which is the host hotel.
Rates:  Fri $55 Sa/Su $85 + tax/fees for 1 Queen standard room (this is all they have left)
Block: 5 Rooms under the name “Wolverine” and will be released 7/14/14

See the Flyer Here

Motorcyclist Survival Guide

Some Tips From Your L.O.H. Officer
What’s in the bag?
Here are some ideas of what you might want to carry in the
saddlebags of your bike:
1. Baseball cap – tuck your hair underneath if you’re broken down – walk with
your shoulders and back straight like you know where you’re going.
2. Bungee web – could make or break a trip out or coming home. Only costs
about $10 and can hold a lot and adapt to various places on a bike (seat,
back rest, luggage, etc.)
3. Left over sock with no partner – great for storing an extra pair of sunglasses.
4. Clear safety glasses – great for night time riding or eye protection for first

Read more: Motorcyclist Survival Guide

Ride For Those Who Served

A Message From Our Sponsor

Dear H.O.G. Chapter members,
Please join me on Sunday September 29th for this very special ride. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Friends of Macomb County Veteran's Treatment Court, a local nonprofit organization that provides aid to veterans who suffer from issues related to military service. Numerous Veterans were not diagnosed with P.T.S.D. (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) upon their return from service. Macomb County has numerous Veterans who have nowhere to turn for help. They are lost in a cycle of drugs and alcohol, and have ended up in the court system feeling helpless, homeless and abandoned by those they once so bravely served.

The Macomb County Veteran's Treatment Court is a 24 Month program that gives these great people a second chance. The first graduating class will be in November. There will be 22 graduates who will begin the rest of their lives alcohol and drug free, with a renewed attitude and outlook on life. I am very excited to be a part of this great event, and like our Ride for Freedom, I am looking forward to serving them and our Veterans for as long as the good Lord allows me too.

Read more: Ride For Those Who Served

Is this our Swan Song?

Written by Lynda Manuszak


Derived from the legend that a swan is mute until moments before death during which it sings a beautiful song, a swan song is an action ending something epic.

In reality, the so-called mute swan is not mute. It grunts, snorts, hisses, makes shrill noises, and in flight produces a sighing whistle from the action of its wings on the downstroke. Other swans are even more vocal. The trumpeter swan is noted for its sonorous voice. The whistling swan calls with a soft musical tone.

Although they look quite graceful and peaceful from a distance, the birds can be quite vicious.

Read more: Is this our Swan Song?

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