Rides, Rallies and Events Recap
Lynn Lilly and Leigh Lilly

Lynn Lilly and Leigh Lilly

Cycle Conn July 2018 CoverHave a Happy And Safe 4th Of July!!!

Cover Design By: Lisa Bonta

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On June the 9th, 2018, Homestead Hollow in Springville, Alabama played host to the Lowdown Crawfish Boil, Car, Truck & Bike Show benefiting Black Tie and sponsored by Sparkle Detail.

Close to 4000 H.O.G members converged on the city of Maryville, Tennessee on May the 31st for the Great Smokey Mountain H.O.G Rally.

The spring Thunder Beach Rally rolled into Panama City Beach, Florida, May 2nd thru the 6th, 2018.

The weather was awesome for the whole weekend so there were a lot of folks that headed down the first of the week to get some extra soak time in with that special beach sunshine!

Cycle Conn 2018 June Cover Final DraftBreak Out The Sunscreen, Things Are Heating Up!!!

Cover Design By: Lisa Bonta

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The Indy guys rolled back into Alabama April 20-22, 2018

Kicking things off Friday night at the beautiful Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum was the 8th annual “Racing for Kids” dinner, presented by: Medical Properties Trust and benefiting Children’s of Alabama, Alabama Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders. Where they are committed to a Cure!

:Kevin Knaup

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I have a very nice Motorcycle Pull Behind Trailer for sale. It is listed on Craigslist under "American Legend Motorcycle Trailer." I pulled it behind my 2010 Ultra and it pulled great. I would appreciate it if you would share with your group to see if anyone is interested in a trailer. I can be reached at the number above. Thank you.

Cycle Conn May 2018 Cover2Get your Motors Running!  It's Ride Season!

Cover Design By:  Lisa Bonta

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April Showers Brings Horsepower

We woke Saturday morning, March the 24th, 2018, to an absolutely beautiful day for riding.

There was one stop we needed to make along the way, then it was off to the Moody Ball Park to meet up with the ride that Larry Hardeman had pulled together along with support from several of the clubs like the CMA, the Saints and the Veterans Brotherhood, just to name a few.

This ride was to benefit the Moody Miracle League, where they believe that “Every Player Deserves a Chance To Play Ball”