March/April 2016



March/April 2016
Tri-State HOG News
Volume 29
Issue 2
April 2016
Primary Officers
Director • Bill Hendrickson
Assistant Director • • Bill Simpkins
Secretary • Erin Wienner
Treasurer • Victoria Montgomery
Discretionary Officers
Activities Director • Dave Linahan
Safety Officer • Joseph Unger
Editor • Hugh “Mac” McCloskey
Lady Of Harley • Louisa Frazier
Photographer • J. Bowen / B. Alman
Historian • Barry Sisco
Road Captain • Marc Wienner
Webmaster • Jeri Kevorkian
Membership • Jeri Shillady
Officers at Large
Dean Keyes
Jim Stillwell
Don Worthington
Rumblings from the Road...
Jim Morgan
Mark Banghart
Charles "Skip" Shultz
Appointed Positions
"Dot Com" Guy • Robert Daniels
Merchandising • Victoria Montgomery
Hump Ride Com. Chair • Ed Montgomery
NOTE: Use CTRL + Click on the name to follow the link to their
email address or visit the club website for
the officer’s mail & contact information.
For notice of spontaneous events and
other club news, join our e-mail list
by contacting Bob Daniels at
[email protected]
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It’s that time of year when the weather warms up and
the blood thins out. It’s been a long time coming, but it’s
finally here: Riding season. With the start of Daytona Bike
Week, it feels like the time to get the bike out and start
making all of those safety checks (or bolt and screw
tightening) depending on what you ride.
Let this year be the year that you take that ride you
always thought about, but was never able to fit into your
schedule. It’s funny because the older I’ve gotten the less
time I seem to have to do the things I enjoy the most. I
have no idea how that happened. If you’ve never been to
Rolling Thunder in Washington DC, maybe it’s time. How
about that three-day weekend ride down to the shore
you’ve dream about? Yes, it’s a ride down to the shore;
not a ride to the beach or the coast or any other name
there might be for it. If you’re from this area, you ALWAYS
go down the shore.
Whatever ride(s) you decide on doing, always remember
that there may be someone else who might enjoy that ride
too. Our Head Road Captain Marc Weiner is always
looking to put together rides that are enjoyable for
everyone. If you know of a ride that may fill this bill,
contact Marc and let him know.
Ride safe and keep the bees out of your helmet!
Mac McCloskey
Crash Test Dummy
After new government legislation was
enacted, Mac McCloskey was relegated to
coming up with new ingenious ways of getting
around on two wheels. The cc limits were
downsized, but safety factors were never
considered due to the low rpm levels. Safety
testing is still under review.
Happy Birthday to those
celebrating Birthdays in:
Photo courtesy of Joanne McCloskey
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day
March 17
Robert Caporiccio, Jr.
Michael Greskoff
Donald Worthington
Ed Jorgensen
Dean Keyes
Lewis Rimaman
Bob Daniels
May love and laughter light your days,
and warm your heart and home.
May good and faithful friends be yours,
wherever you may roam.
May peace and plenty bless your world
with joy that long endures.
May all life's passing seasons
bring the best to you and yours!
Bill Wilson
Jim Hay
If I’ve missed your birthday, please send it to
TSH Newsletter Editor if you’d like to be
included in the future (no years necessary).
Eat to Ride
Ride to Eat
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And Now for something completely
How It All Began
Hannum’s Harley Davidson
In 1954, Tom Hannum, Jr. was so passionate about
motorcycles that he was able to convince his father, Tom Sr.,
to sell his automotive business to purchase a HarleyDavidson® franchise. So began the Hannum's HarleyDavidson® dynasty, which continues to bring the “Thrill of the
Ride“ to customers throughout Pennsylvania, Maryland,
Delaware and New Jersey.
Hannum's Harley-Davidson® has been a family-owned and
operated business since it first opened its doors on Chester
Pike in Crum Lynne in 1954. As the business expanded, the
store was relocated to its current location in Media, PA in
1959; a second location was added in Chadds Ford, PA in 2000;
a third location in Sellersville, PA opened at the start of 2015
and a fourth location opened in Rahway, NJ at the start of
2016. Family truly is at the heart of Hannum's HarleyDavidson®. Tom Jr. was an avid racer and motorcycling
enthusiast with a great respect for the American iconic brand,
Harley-Davidson®. Over the years he passed this passion on to
his wife Rita and two children, Tonda and Tom III. All four are
actively involved in all aspects of the business today.
Along with their talented staff, the Hannum family continues
to serve the area with exceptional customer service while
maintaining their standing as one of the largest HarleyDavidson® dealerships in the nation. Known for their huge
selection, Hannum's has over 500 new Harleys® in stock as
well as plenty of pre-owned models to choose from. Hannum's
Harley-Davidson® boasts an outstanding sales, service, parts
and MotorClothes® team that continues to support the
original mission of bringing the “Thrill of the Ride“ to all those
who seek it. As Hannum's celebrates over 60 years in business
- we welcome you to join us for an unforgettable ride.
Four locations - unlimited experiences: Hannum's HarleyDavidson® of Media, Chadds Ford, Sellersville, and Rahway.
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If we can’t all be different, then we’re all the same. Being
a biker is a lifestyle no matter how you look at it.
Whether you’re riding every day, on sunny days, on rainy
days or not at all, you still choose to be a biker. That
includes what you drive, where you live, what you do or
how you speak. It’s a unique lifestyle unto itself. That’s
why this book, “Biker’s Handbook: Becoming Part of the
Motorcycle Culture” is such an interesting read. It’s
written by Jay Barbieri in 2007. During this time, he was
part of the half-hour biker show, “American Thunder”
with Michele Smith. He presents an interesting
perspective of what a biker is and how a biker functions
in all situations. His explanation on Bikeology hits the
nail on the head on page 19:
“Japanese bikes are more reliable and Harleys break
down all the time:
Hogwash. That was before 1984. Harleys are as
bulletproof as any bike out there and have some of the
most advanced technology available to the motorcycle
Harleys are too expensive:
Too bad. Owning an original part of history is priceless.
Although it’s become a lot easier to be a biker by simply
not shaving for a few days before the weekend and
buying a leather jacket, the least you could do is buy an
American made motorcycle and be part of the culture
that defined freedom on the open road”
>>>> 2016 Meeting Venue <<<<
We hold our monthly meetings at Maggie O'Neill's Irish Pub
& Restaurant located at 1062 Pontiac Rd, Upper Darby, PA
19026 (610) 449-9889 (it's right next to the Chickie & Pete's
on Township Line Road).
February Bowling Night...
February 27, 2016
7:30- 9:30 p.m. at Conchester Lanes
575 Conchester Hwy., Boothwyn, PA 19061
It was a cold February evening and you could see that everyone was up for a friendly game of
bowling…or not. It was Hannum’s H-D vs. the Tri-State HOGS and everyone was ready. The TriState HOGS came out strong in the first game beating Hannum’s H-D by a total pin count of
1,459 to 1,337. The swords had been drawn. Hannum’s H-D regrouped and came out in the
second game like a house on fire…and then the lights went out in the 3rd frame. Literally. The
bowling alley called it Extreme bowling. We didn’t know what to call it. The second game
resulted in Hannum’s winning with a total pin count of 1,335 to 1,156. The pizza and soft drinks
were a welcome treat to all the folks that participate and those that came to root on their
favorite bowlers. A huge thank you goes out to the folks that put this enjoyable night together.
Photo Courtesy of Brad Alman
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The following article is being extracted from the American Motorcycle Association magazine:
PICKERINGTON, OH – February 11, 2016 – The American Motorcyclist Association will greet current and future members at
2016’s most iconic motorcycling events, including Daytona Bike Week, Americade, Laconia, AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days and
AMA Club 1924, named in honor of the AMA’s founding year, is the association’s presence at these events, celebrating the fun
of motorcycling, connecting with riders and looking back on the history of motorcycling in America.
“The AMA includes people who just love to ride motorcycles, and that love of riding and community is why the AMA was
created,” said AMA Chief Operations Officer Jeff Massey. “Our AMA Club 1924 locations are the latest opportunity for the AMA
to connect to its members and future members and to showcase the great heritage of motorcycling in America.”
Throughout 2016, the AMA will be collaborating with partners to enhance members’ experience at AMA Club 1924 locations.
RoadRUNNER magazine, which offers AMA members an exclusive subscription discount on its touring magazine, has created
motorcycle travel maps for the rallies on the AMA Club 1924 calendar.
The maps, created by RoadRUNNER’s RoadMAPS subsidiary, feature the best roads in the rallies’ state. The maps are large,
water-resistant and tear-proof. They include six self-guided routes, each with information on local history, nearby points of
interest and lunch stop suggestions.
The AMA will distribute the maps for free to visitors of AMA Club 1924 at each rally. The maps also will be for sale in the
RoadMAPS online shop following each event.
The AMA Club 1924 schedule includes:
 Daytona Bike Week, Daytona Beach, Fla., March 4-13
 Rolling Thunder in Washington, D.C., May 27-30
 Americade in Lake George, N.Y., June 7-11
 Laconia Motorcycle Week, Laconia, N.H., June 11-19
 Thunder in the Valley in Johnstown, Pa., June 23-26
 AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days in Lexington, Ohio, July 8-10
 The Buffalo Chip in Sturgis, S.D., Aug. 8-14
 Ray Price Bike Fest in Raleigh, N.C., Sept. 23-25
The Florida RoadMAPS to be distributed at the AMA Club 1924 location are sponsored by Ohio’s Windy 9, Bridgestone
Motorcycle Tires, Rally Time Trailers, Blue Rim Tours and Americade.
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March Meeting Meanderings
1. The chapter event schedule will
now become part of the newsletter
in order to help you plan your
monthly rides.
2. The Ladies of Harley Basket of
Cheer tickets are on sale. See the
flyer in this newsletter.
3. The PA State HOG Rally is quickly
moving up. Make your
reservations now if you don’t want
to miss out on any of the action.
Reservations are becoming limited.
4. Membership Stick Drawing – all
you have to do is show up and you
could win. March’s winner would
have been Ali Stilwell, but she
wasn’t here. The drawing rolls
5. Some folks were so busy in
Daytona Beach that they weren’t
able to attend.
6. February’s Bowling night was a big
success. Look forward to another
Bowling Night in the fall.
7. There will be a BRC2 Course held
on 22 May at Cheney University.
Contact Joe Unger if you’re
interested. As of this meeting,
there are 8 slots available.
8. Congratulations to Dave Lenihan
on winning the Hannum’s gift card.
9. Contact the Newsletter Editor for
information to include in the
Hannum’s Chadds Ford
Bike Night
May 4, 2016
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
April Meeting Meanderings
1. One of the chapter’s charities,
SNAP, held a bowling night at
the Conchester lanes; it was a
resounding success.
2. A discussion was held on how to
locate chapter and local rides
on the website.
3. The chapter has two new
members. Bob and Madge.
They ride an Ultra Classic and
an “awesome” softtail custom.
4. Well the member drawing
finally had a winner, Fred
Tropea. He was there and he
walked away with $104.00. He
was sooooo lucky, he also won
the 50/50/drawing for $72.00.
5. Tim Tiberi won the Hannum’s
Gift card.
Congratulations to Marty Erle on
winning the Ladies of Harley Basket of
Cheer. Drink well, my friend!!
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Date: May 28
Tri-State and Indian Valley HOG Ride (MCW)
Destination: Rolling Thunder - Ft Washington
Pin Stop
Tri-State HOG Happenings
Events – Blue
TSH Rides - Red
TSH and Indian Valley Joint Rides - Brown
Date: June 4
Tri-State HOG Ride -(JU)
Destination: WWII Weekend - Reading PA
Regional Airport
Hannum's Rides/Events – Purple
Road Captain Key
BH = Bill Hendrickson
LOH = Louisa Frazer
JB = Jim Bowen
MB = Mark Banghart
JM = Jim Morgan
MCW = Marc Wienner
Date: June 5
Tri-State HOG Ride -(JM/MCW)
Destination: Woody's Crab House Northeast
JU = Joe Unger
Date: April 30
Tri-State HOG Ride -(BH)
Destination: MDA Ride for Life - Tannersville
Date: June 8, 2016
Event: Tri-State H.O.G. Monthly Meeting
Time: 7 PM Officers Meeting,
7:30PM Road Captains Meeting
8 PM General Meeting
Date: May 11, 2016
Event: Tri-State H.O.G. Monthly Meeting
Time: 7 PM Officers Meeting,
7:30PM Road Captains Meeting
8 PM General Meeting
Date: June 11 - 19
Tri-State HOG Ride -(MCW)
Destination: Laconia Bike Week
Date: May 14
Tri-State HOG Ride -(BH)
Destination: Pre-Season Rehoboth Beach
Date: June 12
Tri-State and Indian Valley HOG Ride -(BH)
Destination: Millersburg Ferry Ride
Date: May 15
Tri-State HOG Ride -(MCW)
Destination: Dickey's BBQ Restaurant
Date: June 22 - 25
Tri-State HOG Ride -(JU)
Destination: VA State HOG Rally, Lynchburg
Date: May 19-21
Tri-State HOG Ride -(JU)
Destination: DE/MD State HOG Rally
Date: June 26
Tri-State HOG Ride -(MB/MCW)
Destination: Lee's Dock Ferry - World Ride!
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Remember this Memorial Day
Missing Man Table and Honors Ceremony
As you entered the room, you may have noticed a special table; it is reserved to honor our missing men.
Set for six, the empty chairs represent Americans who were or are missing from each of the services – Army, Marine
Corps, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard – and civilians, all with us in spirit.
Some here were very young, or not yet born, when the Vietnam War began; however, all Americans should never
forget the brave men and women who answered our nation’s call and served the cause of freedom in a special way.
Let me explain the meaning of this table, and then join me for a moment of silent prayer. The table is round – to show
our everlasting concern.
The cloth is white – symbolizing the purity of their motives when answering the call to serve.
The single red rose reminds us of the lives of these Americans….and their loved ones and friends who keep the faith,
while seeking answers.
The yellow ribbon symbolizes our continued uncertainty, hope for their return and determination to account for them.
A slice of lemon reminds us of their bitter fate, captured and missing in a foreign land.
A pinch of salt symbolizes the tears of our missing and their families – who long for answers after decades of
The lighted candle reflects our hope for their return – alive or dead.
The Bible represents the strength gained through faith to sustain us and those lost from our country, founded as one
nation under God.
The glass is inverted – to symbolize their inability to share a toast.
The chairs are empty – they are missing…………….. (moment of silence)
Let us now raise our water glasses in a toast to honor America’s POW/MIAs, to the success of our efforts to account for
them, and to the safety of all now serving our nation!
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Hello Fellow Tri-State H.O.G. members! Welcome to spring!
And welcome to the unofficial beginning of the 2016 Riding season. The weather is getting better and the bikes for
some of you are being brought out of the winter “moth balls”. This is the time of year where many accidents happen
due to “rusty” riding skills. When you get on your bike after a prolonged time not riding take it slow. This is true if
you have been riding 1 year or 30! You need to re-acquaint yourself with your bike.
Three things to keep in mind especially at this time of year:
1. The air in your tires. Do you know that over the space of a month your tires will lose an average of 2 PSI?
Over four months of a long winter, that mounts to 8 PSI. That is a huge disparity and can cause real problems
if not corrected.
2. Your Helmet – Spring is a great time to double check that there are no cracks or weaknesses in the helmet or
problems with the straps. The helmet can save your life, so there can be no more important time spent than
doing this.
3. Your bike – Take a minute or two to look at all the screws, bolts and levers on your bike. Oftentimes when
we put the bike away we make a note of checking something but then promptly forget about it. Stupid things
like: flags, pegs, clutch and brake levers, floor board, pipes, bags: hard and soft, these things tend to loosen
up as we ride and often go unnoticed until they fall off or cause safety issues. Checking these things at least
once a month is always a good idea.
These are always good habits to get in to, but after a long absence of being on the bike more important than ever
So we have a ton of great rides coming up. In April alone we have three rides: The Harleysville Hotel ride for the best
wings in Montco, the Shady Maple Ride, and the MDA ride for life going up to the Poconos for an overnight event.
We all think we are safe on the road. Let me leave you with this sign seen on the side of the road.
If you are a motorist what do you think the sign means?
What if you are on a motorcycle?
Let me know!
As always if there is anything I can do to make your riding season experience more enjoyable please let me know.
Your Head Road Captain,
Marc Wienner
[email protected]
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My Dilema
(Author Unknown)
Ladies of Harley
…. Louisa Frasier
The Ladies of Harley do a
great job of working to make
the MDA Ride a huge
success. Through their hard
work and dedication, they
raised $250.00 to donate to
the MDA Ride. A HUGE
congratulations for their
Riding season is upon us! It's
time to dust off the bike and
get it ready for some
interesting rides this
year. Coming up June 25 is
the LOH ride to Lee's Landing
Dock & Bar in
Maryland. We'll have a nice
easy ride through back roads
and a chance to sit and relax
next to the water. Ride
details are on the Tri-State
HOG webpage. Coming up in
the fall, we will be partnering
up with Hannum's Ride
Captain Charlie Dresden for
the fall foliage/covered bridge
ride. Stay tuned for
details. I'm so excited to start
another riding season and
hope to see everyone on the
In total desperation, I tried pouring petrol down the
plug holes, fitting new plugs, then old plugs,
changing the HT leads, adjusting the points,
adjusting, the timing, fitting a new condenser,
putting my head in the oven with the gas turned on,
but still nothing. After a further ninety-two kicks,
two bangs, and two slashed wrists with rusty razor
blades---IT STARTED!!!
I immediately untied the noose around my neck and
discarded the cyanide capsules. The victory was
short-lived. With the Red Cross hotline ringing out
of my phone and a revolver placed to my forehead,
it finally dawned on me: IT CAN’T BE ALL BAD!!!
With riding season here, it always seems that the bike takes
on a personality all its own. It’s then as you’re pulling the
bike out of the garage and you try to start it—it won’t start.
Giving Back to the Community…
It worked…After Bill’s comments at February’s
meeting, he had plenty of food (he’ll accept
more) to take to the Loaves and Fishes location.
Keep the donations coming.
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European Vacation…Biker Style
…. Mac McCloskey
I cut my first teeth on a 1986 Harley Davidson
Sportster. It was the first year of the blockhead motor
being used in the Sportster model. I was stationed at
RAF Alconbury, United Kingdom at the time from
August 1984 to April 1993. It was during this time
that I submerged myself into the biker lifestyle. Here
is an excerpt from I journal I kept when I took a trek
across Europe in 1992 on a 1990 Springer Softtail:
1 August 1992
It’s 7AM on Saturday morning and I’m sitting in my
tent in Eastern Germany. Yesterday was so busy, I
didn’t have enough time to make an entry. I covered
over 500 miles. I started my way across Europe once
the ferry docked. That was about 8:30 AM. Once I
was on the road, there was no stopping me. I wanted
to just keep going. It was smooth riding until I got into
what used to be East Germany. Let me try to explain
this. At several points on what’s considered a major
highway, two lanes would be forced into one. This
caused major back-up problems, but that was just
part of it. There were two lanes to use, but no
shoulder. So if someone broke down, everyone
would just have to sit there and wait or try to filter
their way into the other lane. This wasn’t just a
problem; it was madness. Traffic was brought to a
standstill several times. I couldn’t believe this.
There was one thing that really struck me funny. I
was in eastern Germany coming up to a town called
Jena and I couldn’t believe my eyes. I came up over a
hill and there it was: rows and stacks of apartment
buildings. It started getting late and I needed a place
to camp for the night. This was an adventure in itself
because none of the campsites are sign posted off of
the main highway. It was a good thing that I had
bought a book that listed campsites in Europe;
otherwise I’d be in big trouble. I tried to find three
different sites before I just about gave up. Finally, it
was 10 PM and I was determined to find this last site.
After an hour of asking two different people for
getting directions, getting lost, riding around in circles,
and stopping a cyclist, I finally found the site. One
problem, it closed at 10 PM. Continued in the next
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Please get your MDA packages back to
Grace as soon as you can. It looks like a
great weekend for a great cause.
April 29-May 1, 2016
Camelback Resort
Harley-Davidson Happy Hour And The MDA Comedy
7-10PM | Camelback Ballroom
Explore For A Cure
9-1PM | Ride the Pocono's for great prizes
Thunder Parade Staging
1-2PM | Camelback Resort
Ride For Life Event
1-8PM | Food, fun Jukebox Heroes Live!
Ride For Life After Party Exclusive Aquatopia Event
Catch the Casa Brazilia Floor Show
Sing along with Dead Jimmy from the hot tub bar!
Cash Bar & Late Night snacks available
SUNDAY MAY 1, 2016
Hero Breakfast
8-10AM | Open to all Ride for Life Participants! |
Camelback Resort
This is for those of you who missed the
recipe from the last newsletter.
Cowboy Spaghetti from Rachael
-Serves 4 Servings
1 pound spaghetti
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil (EVOO)
3 slices smoky bacon, chopped
1 pound ground sirloin
1 medium onion, chopped
3-4 cloves garlic, chopped
Freshly ground black pepper
2 teaspoons hot sauce (eyeball it)
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce (eyeball it )
1/2 cup beer
1 can fire-roasted tomatoes (14 ounces), chopped
or crushed
 1 can tomato sauce (8 ounces)
 8 ounces sharp cheddar cheese
 4 scallions, chopped
Heat a pot of water to a boil. Add the spaghetti and salt
the water. Cook to al dente.Heat a deep skillet over
April 27 – May 1, 2016
medium-high heat. Add the EVOO and bacon. Brown
and crisp the bacon for 5 minutes, then remove with a
slotted spoon. Drain off a little excess fat if necessary,
leaving just enough to coat the bottom of the skillet. Add
the ground sirloin and crumble it as it browns, 3-4
Add the onion and garlic and stir into the meat. Season
the meat with salt and pepper, hot sauce and
Worcestershire sauce. Add 1/2 cup beer and deglaze
the pan. Cook for 5-6 minutes more, then stir in the
tomatoes and tomato sauce. Add the hot spaghetti to
the meat and sauce and combine. Adjust the seasonings
and serve up the pasta in shallow bowls. Grate some
cheese over the pasta and sprinkle with scallions.
If you’re taking a ride or taking a trip, submit your photos
and a short paragraph of your adventures and you may
find your adventures in this newsletter.
Garnish with crisp bacon.
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These Bike Nights are held the second Monday of
every month at the FOP Lodge #5 at the address listed
on the flyer. Trophies are awarded every Monday
during each bike night. This event is open to everyone
and all bike makes and models.
A big thanks to Jim Bowen for heading the first ride of
the season to the Middle Creek Wildlife Management
Courtesy of Jim Bowen
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Member Spotlight
If you haven’t done this before, take the time to share your story with the other members. This is your
opportunity to tell your story and possibly inspire someone to take that ride or make that trip. Remember when
you had to make that decision to get the bigger or different bike or make that 500 mile trip. Let folks know that
they are their own limitation and that they’re not alone.
This form is available on-line or take this page, fill it out and give it to the Newsletter Editor at the next meeting.
I’ll also have forms available at the meeting. Share your ride with others!!
Member Spotlight Questions
What's your name? ____________________________________________________
When is your birthday (no need to provide the year)? Month_______ Day_______
What do you ride? _________________________How long have you been riding?_____
What is your favorite thing about riding? Why did you start riding/age?
How long have you been a member of Tri-State HOG? _________________________
Have you attended any of the Tri-State HOG get-togethers? If so, which ones, any favorites?
Describe your favorite riding memory.
Where do you live? _______________________________________________
What type of work do you do (feel free to mention your business so club members can help support it)?
10. Tell us about your family.
11. Is there something else you'd like to share?
Favorite quote? Other activities you enjoy?
If you'd like, please include a photo (or up to 5) of yourself, your bike or with family. If you do not have a photo but would like
one included, let me know and I will take one.
After you complete the form, you can email me the form and photos along with your phone number in case I have questions to
[email protected]
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Looking to do a little clean up --Contact Jim Morgan for a FREE 9 HP
Honda gas-powered Powerwasher.
Last Word...
DISCLAIMER: The information contained in the Tri-State
HOG News does not necessarily represent the opinions of
the Chapter Officers or its members. It contains random
ramblings & free advice and should be treated as such. If
you are ever unsure as to the correct procedure when riding
or working on your motorcycle, consult a professional. All of
the information in this newsletter has been gathered and
summarized to the best of my ability; however, Tri-State
HOG Media Chapter, or any specific contributor or author
cannot be held liable or responsible for the correctness of
any of the information, or for damage, direct or
consequential, resulting from using any of the information
or tips contained in this newsletter. All information, advice,
or tips found here are provided "as-is" and no warranty
whatsoever for degree of correctness in terms of safety,
mechanics or physics is implied. Harley-Davidson, H.O.G.®
and L.O.H. logos are trademarks and reproduced with
permission entitled to
us as a H.O.G. chapter.
Please feel free to share your ideas, jokes,
pictures or articles for inclusion in the
next issue by emailing me at
[email protected]
The cutoff for the June edition is 6/8/2016.
Courtesy of Marc Weiner
HOG Overview
The Tri-state Chapter of the Harley Owners Group, headquartered in
Media, Pennsylvania, is an organization of motorcyclists, their
spouses and families. Sponsored by Hannum's Harley Davidson
dealership, the chapter is dedicated to promoting a more positive
image of motorcycling, as well as enjoying the sport on virtually
every level of activity. Participating in charity fund-raising,
community betterment efforts and expressions of humanitarian
caring, as well as many patriotic and strictly fun runs and rides, our
members come from virtually every career path and wear white
collars, blue collars, and, of course, plenty of Harley black. New and
current members are urged to take part in all activities and should
feel free to call any of the officers for information or details and to
provide suggestions and thoughts on activities they would like to
participate in with fellow Chapter members.
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