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It's BLACK FRIDAY at H-D of Charlotte

Sponsor Highlight: Skyline Village Inn!

 

Lil' Weather

Free Thinking with Fancy Free

The LitiGator's Column

Gaston County Toy Run for Kids!

Loose Talk with Jon

Looking for Regional Managers for TCR

 

Look for much more at www.thecarolinarider.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Little Weather Quickie for the Week of Nov 21-28, 2011

Monday 76 am clouds, Tuesday 69 few showers, Wednesday 65 rain, Thursday 63 sunny, Friday 64 m-sunny, Saturday 62 cloudy, Sunday 59 t-showers, Monday 60 few showers (as per www.intellicast.com on Monday 11/21/11)

 

 

 

 

If I were to ride today

I'd find a lazy country road where I'd empty out the stuffing of my jam-packed mind

while I refilled my drained soul with nature & Southern Hospitality & images of well-lived-in homes

I'd wander around till I lost the baggage that tends to weigh me down

and find myself more buoyant and less intense, lighter and breathing again, and way more comfortable in my wind-kissed skin

I'd go after some curves and let my pipes roar proud and thunderous

then sneak softly up the drive of a good friend or old kin for a chat and a shared moment in time

If I were to ride today,

I'd look for nothing

and I know I would find all that I need.

 

Check out a new feature of The Carolina Rider.com ... Stealth's Test Rides!

In his first installment, Stealth takes the Harley-Davidson Nightster and The 48 for a spin. See what he has to say about these innovative flavors of Harley's Sportster. We're thrilled to begin this new feature and encourage you to look for more in the New Year under REVIEWS.

Thanks, Stealth, for all you continue to share with our readers!

 

 

"Readerville"

... an eclectic little section dedicated to eclectic items sent in by our eclectic readers!

 

Shared Shots ...

STAR Chapter 315 of Greenville, SC shared the following photos

from the recent Veteran's Day Parade in Charleston:

 

The LitiGator sent in the following photos

from this past weekend's Toys for Tots Run in Denver sponsored by Open Road Cycles...

 

Coming up ...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This Thanksgiving week, may your moments be as gratefully-filled as your belly!

 

"Go on now, squeeze out every drop of sweetness on your ride today!"
Fancy Free, Site Editor

I'm on Facebook ... "friend me!"

www.TheCarolinaRider.com

 

 

Dear Biker Community,

I just want to say thank you for being such an important part of every community.

I have been to many biker related events and they are all, one way or another, about helping people. It is remarkable how a group that does so much good has such a "bad" reputation. The same is also true of lawyers. Both groups do a tremendous amount for those in need of help, and both groups are not well liked by many in society.

Fortunately, we don't do what we do to gain approval from others. We help others because we can and because we care... damn the idiots who yell loud and do nothing! I rode two weeks ago to Legends Pub in Fayetteville to meet with the Bikers For Bikers Foundation members. They were very kind and honored me for my involvement with the group. Honestly, I was speechless. This group helps injured bikers and needy kids, and they were thanking me?  Mickey Carter is the Founder of this organization. There are no paid employees, all of the donations go in to an account to help injured bikers and needy kids. This is what bikers do. This Sunday we set up a tent at Jacks Corner Tap for the Toys for Tots Run organized by Open Road Cycles. About two hundred bikes were involved in bringing toys for the kids in need. This is just two examples of what bikers are doing all of the time. I can tell you there are numerous lawyers and legal organizations doing the same thing. Donating time, money and goods to helping people in need.

I am very appreciative to be a part of the biker community and the legal community.  To all of you who think bikers and lawyers are bad people, I smile and raise my arm to you in a symbolic gesture of giving you the biggest bird of all, the condor.


Happy Thanksgiving  & Keep it Vertical,

Jason

 

...and I Thank You!

 

 

It's almost time to enjoy some time off from work. Time to recharge, hang out with friends and family. Time to share some good food and fellowship.


Next weekend will be a busy one. We will be at the 16th Annual Gaston County Toy run on Dec the 3rd and the Charlotte CBA Toy run on Dec 4th. Hope to scoot by Catawba if time allows.
So rest up, and be ready to ride next week....

Happy Thanksgiving to you all and Thank You to all who Support and Read The Carolina Rider and The Carolina Rider Scene!

 

Looking for Regional Managers for The Carolina Rider

The Carolina Rider is also looking to expand to Raleigh, Columbia, Wilmington and several other up and coming Carolina cities. We are currently looking for someone to manage the local publications, so if you know anyone who might be interested or qualified please have them get in touch with us!

Stay warm....

Ride Safe and Keep The Shiney Side Up,
Jon

Jon "Footloose" Pendleton

Publisher, www.TheCarolinaRider.com

 

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