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57 THUNDER PRESS April 2018n SPOTLIGHT 15 Roar for More Roar for More Presented by Bikers Against Child Abuse. Entertainment by the Accuzed. Registration includes free lunch and beer. Post ride party at Orlando H-D Historic Factory Dealership with live music, vendors, raffl e, cash bar, and Sonny's BBQ. $15/person. Starts 10 am. Orlando Harley-Davidson, 11898 Lake Underhill Road. ORLANDO, FL 407.447.7400, 19–22 Thunder on Tobacco Road Spring Thunder on Tobacco Road Spring Motorcycle Rallyand Party Motorcycle Rallyand Party Presented by Mason Dixon Park LLC. Good times start Thursday night while we unwind from a long winter. Friday we will have a group ride in the morning, with people games and South Creek Band in the evening. Saturday will include a bike rodeo and ride-in bike show competition as we make ready for one of the area's favorite bands Steel Standin' Band. Golf carts and four-wheelers welcome. People games, motorcycle rodeo and other various activities will keep you busy all weekend. This is an adult party so no one under age of 18 is allowed on the grounds. No club colors, no attitudes, no glass and no worries. We reserve the right to refuse entrance. $30/person. $30/RV site with water and electric (limited, reserve now). Starts 3 pm. Mason Dixon Park, 7533 NC-55. SEVEN SPRINGS, NC Charles Moore 804.894.0558,, 27–28 Moonshine Bandits Concert and Rally Moonshine Bandits Concert and Rally Presented by American Eagle Harley-Davidson. Two-day rally in North Texas. Join the Moonshine Bandits and the Maylee Thomas Band on Friday! VIP lounge, vendors, food trucks. Meet the H-D Flat Track Team and get a special invite to ride with Willy, BT, and Lonestar 92.5's Randy James to the Texas Motorcycle Speedway on Saturday. Starts 3 pm. American Eagle Harley-Davidson, 5920 South Interstate 35 East. CORINTH, TX 27–29 Bikes on the Bayou Bikes on the Bayou Presented by Salinas Solutions. Bikes on the Bayou is a three-day festival bringing Houston's entire two-wheeled community together, from motorcycles to scooters to bicycles. With the Houston cityscape as the backdrop, bike enthusiasts and eventgoers will enjoy live music with headlining acts, food vendors and bikes galore. $20/person. Starts 7 pm. Eleanor Tinsley Park, Allen Parkway. HOUSTON, TX, 27–29 Leesburg Bikefest With AMVETS Leesburg Bikefest With AMVETS Presented by AMVETS Post 2006. Bike parking, on-site camping, cold A/C, great meals, beverages, and camaraderie! AMVETS Post 2006, 500 N Canal St. LEESBURG, FL 27–29 Leesburg Bikefest Leesburg Bikefest Over two hundred vendors, more than 50 concerts, multiple headliners, over eight venues, six hot body contests, bike shows, events and more. See ad on page 95. LEESBURG, FL 27–29 Rockin in the Holler Spring Rally Rockin in the Holler Spring Rally Presented by Nirvana Roadhouse. Big enough to have a great time, but not so large as to get lost in the crowd. Live music, camping, adult games, vendors, and more! 704 Britton Hollow Rd. PULASKI, TN Nyla Valentine 931.309.2581, 28 Jeep and Motorcycle Poker Run Jeep and Motorcycle Poker Run Benefi ts Herb Gould Veteran Park. Prizes for best hand, second best, and third best. Ends at VFW Post 4730 in Dover with door prizes, food, and entertainment. $20/ single $25/double, $25/Jeep. Starts 10 am. Tennessee Ridge City Hall, 2300 S Main St. TENNESSEE RIDGE, TN Kathy Freed 931.348.9106, MAY 2–6 Thunder Beach Spring Rally 2018 Thunder Beach Spring Rally 2018 Over 200 vendors and exhibitors. There is free live entertainment and contests across the beach. Activities include a bike parade, beauty pageants, poker runs, motorcycle stunt shows, tattoo contests, bike shows with category judging, and much more. Offi cial Thunder Beach merchandise tents are at each venue. Free parking. Our local sponsors have daily specials on food and drink and special rates on rooms. See ad on page 63–66. PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL 3–6 Boogie Hollar Boogie Hollar Enjoy a weekend full of live music, great food, vendors, fi eld events, stage contests, and more. 126-acre biker park with paved roads, hot showers, and vast camping areas. Don't miss out on a Saturday morning poker run! 21 and up only. 164 Clay Farm Lane. ATWOOD, TN 931.498.2250,, 4–5 Steel Horse Rally Steel Horse Rally Join us for poker runs, fun runs, the Thunder through the Valley Motorcycle Parade! See the 4th Annual Birds of Prey show that is fun for the whole family and vendors. Plus some very special surprises, live music and the 4th Annual Miss Steel Horse Rally Bikini Contest. FORT SMITH, AR 479.414.3775,, 4–6 Hill Country Run Motorcycle Rally Hill Country Run Motorcycle Rally Good times, music, bike games, bike show, food, vendors, rides and a whole lot more. 412 Luckenbach Town Loop. FREDERICKSBURG, TX 830.997.8515, 11–20 Myrtle Beach Bike Week Myrtle Beach Bike Week Presented by Myrtle Beach Bike Week LLC, Sonny Productions LLC. The Carolina's largest Motorcycle Rally. Motorcycle rally and tours on the Grand Strand of SC. Motorcycle Drag Racing (May 17–19) Pig-Picking (May 16), shows, vendors, entertainment, concerts, attractions, special guest, merchandise and much more. Myrtle Beach Bike Week, Business 17 & The Grand Strand. MURRELLS INLET, MYRTLE BEACH, SC Sonny 336.580.1638,, 12 3 3 rd Annual Foster and Adoption Annual Foster and Adoption Awareness Ride Awareness Ride Presented by Georgia DFCS Region 6. Benefi ts Fostering and adoption in Georgia, and St. Jude's Children's Hospital. Police escorted country road ride. Ends with a free meal, entertainment, door prizes and more! Harley-Davidson of Macon, 5000 Mercer University Drive. MACON, GA 12 8 8 th Annual Clyde E. Lassen Poker Run Annual Clyde E. Lassen Poker Run Presented by Viet Nam Vets/Legacy Vets, N Chapter St Augustine. Best hand $100, worst hand $50. Live entertainment by The Red-N-Black Band. $10/person/ hand, includes raffl e and food. Starts 10 am. Arnolds Lounge, 3912 N Ponce De Leon Blvd. ST. AUGUSTINE, FL Pro-Pain 904.868.1021, 19 Bike Show and Swap Meet Bike Show and Swap Meet Presented by Drifters HDRC. Six classes: Touring American, touring metric, radical, custom, antique (1984 and earlier), and trike. Plaques for fi rst place in each class, and $100 prize for People's Choice. Food and beverages available, 50/50 drawing, and more! Vendor spaces are free. Starts 10 am. Drifters HDRC Clubhouse, 530 Perman Lake Road. RAINBOW CITY, AL Tim Graves 256.490.1261 or Bill Owens 256.523.2366, 24–26 Maggie Valley Spring Rally Maggie Valley Spring Rally Presented by Maggie Valley Rallys, Sonny Productions LLC. The largest motorcycle rally in Maggie Valley, NC, and the Great Smoky Mountains. Bike rally (all motorcycles welcome), Mopar car shows, Jeep shows (all mopars and jeeps welcome), fi ve bike shows, port-a-john drags, modern vintage wrestling, Blue Ridge Ride , spring rally fashion show, bikini contests, vendors, concerts, DJ all weekend, door prizes, car and motorcycle vendors, pinstriping, jewelry, leather and more, new and used parts vendors, great food, cold beverages, event T-shirts, special guest and much more. A rain or shine event. $10 /person per day, $20/person weekend admission. Maggie Valley Festival Grounds, 3374 Soco Rd. MAGGIE VALLEY, NC Sonny 336.580.1638,, 24–26 Talimena Rally—Crusin' for St. Jude Talimena Rally—Crusin' for St. Jude Benefi ts St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Have a great time with a ride the hills through Arkansas, enjoy a points run with the Queen Wilhelmina Ride, eat some tasty food, listen to awesome music and more! The host motel is the Wyndham Garden Motel. Starts 3 pm. Wyndham Gardens, 5301 North State Line Avenue. TEXARKANA, TX Neil Jones 903.276.6884 APRIL 20–22 57 th ANNUAL YUMA PRISON RUN Presented by Norwalk Centaurs MC. Open to all motorcycles. Live music and dancing featuring the Sam Morrison Band, family bingo, bike games, 50/50 drawing, ride-in bike show, Victor McLaglen Motor Corps and Drill Team. Dinner Saturday with barbecue chicken and tri-tip with all the fi xin's catered by Yuma Youth Hockey League. Families are welcome, kids activities my the CMA. Mail in registration, $30/adult, $15/kids ages 7–12, free/kids under 6. At the gate $35/adult, $20/kids ages 7–12, free/kids under 6. Yuma Prison Grounds, 2520 East 32nd Street. YUMA, AZ

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