Great day for a picnic basket!
Supporting our Veterans at the VA Hospital.
Ride to Eat and Eat to Ride!
Great show from the ladies in their frillies!
Checking out the new Harley-Davidson models with the Director.
Published on Friday, 18 October 2013 11:18
Harley-Davidson issues voluntary recalls of certain 2014 Motorcycles
MILWAUKEE (October 16, 2013) - Harley-Davidson (NYSE: HOG) is acting quickly to address potential safety issues by voluntarily recalling certain 2014 Touring motorcycles equipped with a hydraulic clutch system that may pose a safety issue for riders and/or passengers. The recalls include a Do Not Ride notice to owners and a Do Not Deliver notice to Harley-Davidson dealers until the motorcycle is fixed. Read more: Harley-Davidson issues voluntary recalls of certain 2014 Motorcycles
Published on Tuesday, 01 October 2013 14:51
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
Published on Friday, 20 September 2013 10:36
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