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Feb
26
Wed
2018 Cook’s Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA
Feb 26 all-day
2018 Cook's Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA

Every Wednesday All Year Long
– Live Music
– All You Can Eat Spaghetti, Salad, and Garlic Bread – Only $5.00 / plate
– Full Bar – Cocktails, Beer, Wine – Buckets of Beer Specials

Cook’s Corner
19152 Santiago Canyon Rd
Trabuco Canyon, CA 92679

Cook’s Corner is considered to be one of the most famous biker bars in Southern California. It is located at the juncture of Santiago Canyon and Live Oak Canyon roads. Cook’s Corner was named after Andrew Jackson Cook, who got about 190 acres of Aliso Canyon in a land trade in 1884. In 1926, his son, Earl Jack “E.J.” Cook converted a cabin into a restaurant for miners and local ranchers. After Prohibition ended in 1933, alcohol began being sold, and Cook’s Corner became a full-fledged bar. In 1946, Cook bought an old mess hall from the Santa Ana Army Air Base and the tavern was born. In 1970, a Santa Ana motorcycle accessories owner purchased it and Cooks Corner was molded into what it represents today…an old-fashioned roadhouse. Cook’s (as it is normally referred) is still as rugged-looking as a World War II-era-mess-hall-turned-biker-bar should look.

 

 

Feb
28
Fri
Northwest’s Newest Ducati Dealer 2020 @ Seattle, WA
Feb 28 @ 7:00 pm
Northwest's Newest Ducati Dealer 2020 @ Seattle, WA
We at Lynnwood Motoplex are proud to finally announce that we are now the newest Ducati Dealer in the Pacific Northwest! We are beyond excited to get to carry this line of legendary Italian motorcycles.
If you’re like a lot of us, it all started with a motorcycle poster on your bedroom wall – It was red. It was gorgeous, and it sparked a lifelong love affair with two-wheeled machines. Over the years, the bikes have gotten better. Way better. They’re still red and they’re still dead-sexy, but if that image remains burned into your mind like a tire-mark, then you owe it to yourself to finally feel that same exhilaration in real life.
We’re proud that in our 50th year of service here in Lynnwood, we will be able to offer a fully-certified sales and support team to all current and future Ducati Riders here in Western Washington.
Join us at the 101 at Pioneer Square on Friday, February 28th for Ducati’s 29th stop in Seattle, WA.
The party starts at 7p.m. Preview the new 2020 Ducati models like the Streetfighter V4 S, Panigale V2, Multistrada 1260 and more before they hit the showroom floor here at Motoplex.
Enjoy hors d’oeuvres, refreshments, music, meet fellow Ducati Riders, and find out more about our newest line!
If you’re looking forward to this as much as we are, be sure to RSVP here to get your name on the list as once the event is full, they won’t be letting anyone else in.
Mar
1
Sun
Grand Fathers MC Pancake Breakfast 2020 @ Lake Elsinore, CA
Mar 1 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am

Grand Fathers MC Pancake Breakfast is held the 1st Sunday of every month (except June & Nov) from 8 am-11 am at the American Legion Post 200 18871 Grand ave Lake Elsinore Ca 92530.$4.00 donation

Mar
4
Wed
2018 Cook’s Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA
Mar 4 all-day
2018 Cook's Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA

Every Wednesday All Year Long
– Live Music
– All You Can Eat Spaghetti, Salad, and Garlic Bread – Only $5.00 / plate
– Full Bar – Cocktails, Beer, Wine – Buckets of Beer Specials

Cook’s Corner
19152 Santiago Canyon Rd
Trabuco Canyon, CA 92679

Cook’s Corner is considered to be one of the most famous biker bars in Southern California. It is located at the juncture of Santiago Canyon and Live Oak Canyon roads. Cook’s Corner was named after Andrew Jackson Cook, who got about 190 acres of Aliso Canyon in a land trade in 1884. In 1926, his son, Earl Jack “E.J.” Cook converted a cabin into a restaurant for miners and local ranchers. After Prohibition ended in 1933, alcohol began being sold, and Cook’s Corner became a full-fledged bar. In 1946, Cook bought an old mess hall from the Santa Ana Army Air Base and the tavern was born. In 1970, a Santa Ana motorcycle accessories owner purchased it and Cooks Corner was molded into what it represents today…an old-fashioned roadhouse. Cook’s (as it is normally referred) is still as rugged-looking as a World War II-era-mess-hall-turned-biker-bar should look.

 

 

Mar
5
Thu
2020 Olympia ABATE Chapter Monthly Meeting @ Olympia, WA
Mar 5 @ 6:00 pm

Olympia Abate Chapter Monthly Meeting. We meet monthly on the 1st Thursday of each month at Tea Leaf II restaurant, 4646 Pacific Ave. SE, Lacy, WA,98503. Social hour: 6pm, meeting 7pm.

2020 Olympia ABATE Chapter Monthly Meeting @ Olympia, WA
Mar 5 @ 6:00 pm

2020 Olympia ABATE Chapter Monthly Meeting @ Olympia, WA March 5th @ 6:00 pm

Olympia Abate Chapter Monthly Meeting. We meet monthly on the 1st Thursday of each month at Tea Leaf II restaurant, 4646 Pacific Ave. SE, Lacy, WA,98503. Social hour: 6pm, meeting 7pm.

Mar
6
Fri
2019-2020 Motorcycles on Main @ Mesa, AZ
Mar 6 all-day

First Friday every month, Sept- June. Live music, beer garden, vendors, food. Sponsored by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys.

Mar
7
Sat
2020 LeMay Wine, Spirits & Chocolate @ Tacoma, WA
Mar 7 – Mar 8 all-day

Treat yourself to a delightful evening at the Historic Marymount Event Center! Enjoy locally crafted wines, spirits, chocolates and more. With many vendors available, you’ll be able to taste, sample and buy some of the best products in Washington State. Guests must be 21+. The event is on both 03/07/2020 from 12pm-9pm and 03/08/2020 from 12pm-4pm. General admission is $25 The Special Designated Driver Admission is $10 and does not include the tasting tokens and the wine glass.

One Man’s Junk – Motorcycle Swap Meet @ Temecula, CA
Mar 7 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
One Man's Junk - Motorcycle Swap Meet @ Temecula, CA

Time for our First Annual ” One Man’s Junk – Motorcycle Swap Meet. More details to come but this will be an all brand Swap Meet designed for our community to off load some of our old treasures or buy some hard to find items at a bargain.
Spots will be free for sellers.

No retail vendors.
No Dealers.
No Vehicle sales.

You will need to bring your own provisions and clean up your own mess when leaving.

The event will be held in the service lot at Temecula Harley Davidson and BMW Motorcycle of Temecula.

Please message me, Steve-ooo, for questions and requests for booth space. All sellers need to be at the location between 7:30 to 8:00 am for set up. Selling from 9:00am to 1:00pm

Temecula Harley Davidson
28964 OLD TOWN FRONT ST
TEMECULA, CA 92590
PHONE: (951) 506-6903
MAPS: http://bit.ly/THDM_H

ABATE # 17 32nd Annual FYAO Run 2020 @ Vacaville, CA
Mar 7 @ 9:30 am

Sign-in @ 9:30am Miss Darla’s 110 Peabody Rd. – Final Stop @ The Hide-A-Way 1080 Orange Dr. $20 buys a Bingo Card at each stop, plus lunch at final stop. Pay-out at each stop and additional cards can be purchased for each game. Run Pins for the 1st 60 sign-ins. For more information: Sal De Renzi 707-483-7445

Mar
11
Wed
2018 Cook’s Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA
Mar 11 all-day
2018 Cook's Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA

Every Wednesday All Year Long
– Live Music
– All You Can Eat Spaghetti, Salad, and Garlic Bread – Only $5.00 / plate
– Full Bar – Cocktails, Beer, Wine – Buckets of Beer Specials

Cook’s Corner
19152 Santiago Canyon Rd
Trabuco Canyon, CA 92679

Cook’s Corner is considered to be one of the most famous biker bars in Southern California. It is located at the juncture of Santiago Canyon and Live Oak Canyon roads. Cook’s Corner was named after Andrew Jackson Cook, who got about 190 acres of Aliso Canyon in a land trade in 1884. In 1926, his son, Earl Jack “E.J.” Cook converted a cabin into a restaurant for miners and local ranchers. After Prohibition ended in 1933, alcohol began being sold, and Cook’s Corner became a full-fledged bar. In 1946, Cook bought an old mess hall from the Santa Ana Army Air Base and the tavern was born. In 1970, a Santa Ana motorcycle accessories owner purchased it and Cooks Corner was molded into what it represents today…an old-fashioned roadhouse. Cook’s (as it is normally referred) is still as rugged-looking as a World War II-era-mess-hall-turned-biker-bar should look.

 

 

Mar
15
Sun
Phoenix Wounded Vets Run They Fought We Ride 2020 @ Scottsdale, AZ
Mar 15 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

PHOENIX, AZ (February 14 th, 2020) – Start your engines! Local community members are coming together and riding to show support for local wounded veterans, at the 7th Annual Phoenix Wounded Vets Run. The ride is starting the Harley Davidson of Scottsdale (15656 N Hayden Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85260) and ending at the Roadhouse in Cave Creek (6900 E Cave Creek Rd, Cave Creek, AZ 85331).

The Phoenix Wounded Vets Run is an event put on by They Fought We Ride, which is a nonprofit organization raising money to support local combat veterans in Arizona. Coming up on the 7th year, the Wounded Vets Run brings people together to support those affected in combat, who have sacrificed their bodies and minds for our great country. * see more about project at https://www.theyfoughtweridenational.com/

This event is sponsored in part by Law Tigers, With A Twist Consulting, Harley Davidson of Scottsdale, Chuck Franklin Law, AMG and many other local businesses within the community.

This year’s honoree is Captain Dennis Chamberlin who grew up near the base of the Superstition Mountains in Arizona. Dennis joined the Army in 1995 at the age of 17, and attended Arizona State University where he later joined the Army National Guard in 2001. Dennis has been deployed three times to various locations, including Afghanistan and with the famed 158th Infantry Regiment “Bushmasters”. Dennis is a decorated solider.

Whether you ride a motorcycle or drive a car, we hope that you will come out and enjoy a day at the Phoenix Wounded Vets Run. You will get a chance to hear and meet this year’s hand-picked honoree, as well as help raise money for those affected in combat.

Pre-Registration sign up is available at https://www.theyfoughtweridenational.com/events

$25.00 per rider and $10 per passenger. Registration starts at 9:00a.m. which includes breakfast and the National Anthem; with kickstands up at 12:00p.m. If you don’t ride but want to be apart of this event you can join us at the Harley Davidson of Scottsdale or at the Roadhouse for food, fun, music, raffles and more!

Mar
18
Wed
2018 Cook’s Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA
Mar 18 all-day
2018 Cook's Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA

Every Wednesday All Year Long
– Live Music
– All You Can Eat Spaghetti, Salad, and Garlic Bread – Only $5.00 / plate
– Full Bar – Cocktails, Beer, Wine – Buckets of Beer Specials

Cook’s Corner
19152 Santiago Canyon Rd
Trabuco Canyon, CA 92679

Cook’s Corner is considered to be one of the most famous biker bars in Southern California. It is located at the juncture of Santiago Canyon and Live Oak Canyon roads. Cook’s Corner was named after Andrew Jackson Cook, who got about 190 acres of Aliso Canyon in a land trade in 1884. In 1926, his son, Earl Jack “E.J.” Cook converted a cabin into a restaurant for miners and local ranchers. After Prohibition ended in 1933, alcohol began being sold, and Cook’s Corner became a full-fledged bar. In 1946, Cook bought an old mess hall from the Santa Ana Army Air Base and the tavern was born. In 1970, a Santa Ana motorcycle accessories owner purchased it and Cooks Corner was molded into what it represents today…an old-fashioned roadhouse. Cook’s (as it is normally referred) is still as rugged-looking as a World War II-era-mess-hall-turned-biker-bar should look.

 

 

Mar
21
Sat
Grand Fathers M/C 5th Annual Chili / Salsa cook off 2020 @ Lake Elsinore, CA
Mar 21 @ 11:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Grand Fathers M/C Lake Elsinore 5th annual chili /salsa cookoff located at American Legion Post 200 18871 Grand ave Lake Elsinore CA 92530. $25.00 entry fee must provide a min. of 4 quarts of chili as defined by International chili society or 1/2 gallon of homemade salsa. 50/50 drawing, music, cash prizes, and awards to winners. time 11am-4pm all entries must be in by noon with judging at 130pm and drawing shortly after. Admission $5 per person. Family friendly . Thank you for your support.

Mar
25
Wed
2018 Cook’s Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA
Mar 25 all-day
2018 Cook's Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA

Every Wednesday All Year Long
– Live Music
– All You Can Eat Spaghetti, Salad, and Garlic Bread – Only $5.00 / plate
– Full Bar – Cocktails, Beer, Wine – Buckets of Beer Specials

Cook’s Corner
19152 Santiago Canyon Rd
Trabuco Canyon, CA 92679

Cook’s Corner is considered to be one of the most famous biker bars in Southern California. It is located at the juncture of Santiago Canyon and Live Oak Canyon roads. Cook’s Corner was named after Andrew Jackson Cook, who got about 190 acres of Aliso Canyon in a land trade in 1884. In 1926, his son, Earl Jack “E.J.” Cook converted a cabin into a restaurant for miners and local ranchers. After Prohibition ended in 1933, alcohol began being sold, and Cook’s Corner became a full-fledged bar. In 1946, Cook bought an old mess hall from the Santa Ana Army Air Base and the tavern was born. In 1970, a Santa Ana motorcycle accessories owner purchased it and Cooks Corner was molded into what it represents today…an old-fashioned roadhouse. Cook’s (as it is normally referred) is still as rugged-looking as a World War II-era-mess-hall-turned-biker-bar should look.

 

 

Apr
1
Wed
2018 Cook’s Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA
Apr 1 all-day
2018 Cook's Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA

Every Wednesday All Year Long
– Live Music
– All You Can Eat Spaghetti, Salad, and Garlic Bread – Only $5.00 / plate
– Full Bar – Cocktails, Beer, Wine – Buckets of Beer Specials

Cook’s Corner
19152 Santiago Canyon Rd
Trabuco Canyon, CA 92679

Cook’s Corner is considered to be one of the most famous biker bars in Southern California. It is located at the juncture of Santiago Canyon and Live Oak Canyon roads. Cook’s Corner was named after Andrew Jackson Cook, who got about 190 acres of Aliso Canyon in a land trade in 1884. In 1926, his son, Earl Jack “E.J.” Cook converted a cabin into a restaurant for miners and local ranchers. After Prohibition ended in 1933, alcohol began being sold, and Cook’s Corner became a full-fledged bar. In 1946, Cook bought an old mess hall from the Santa Ana Army Air Base and the tavern was born. In 1970, a Santa Ana motorcycle accessories owner purchased it and Cooks Corner was molded into what it represents today…an old-fashioned roadhouse. Cook’s (as it is normally referred) is still as rugged-looking as a World War II-era-mess-hall-turned-biker-bar should look.

 

 

Arizona Bike Week 2020 @ Scottsdale, AZ
Apr 1 – Apr 5 all-day

Arizona Bike Week 2020, April 1st-5th, promises to deliver a rally like you’ve never seen before. Located at WestWorld of Scottsdale, you’ll find hundreds of vendors, builders, dealers and manufacturers, offering all the best elements of the motorcycle world. Plus stunt shows, contests, daily live entertainment, bike shows & nightly concerts. Go to azbikeweek.com to get your tickets!

Apr
2
Thu
2020 Olympia ABATE Chapter Monthly Meeting @ Olympia, WA
Apr 2 @ 6:00 pm

Olympia Abate Chapter Monthly Meeting. We meet monthly on the 1st Thursday of each month at Tea Leaf II restaurant, 4646 Pacific Ave. SE, Lacy, WA,98503. Social hour: 6pm, meeting 7pm.

2020 Olympia ABATE Chapter Monthly Meeting @ Olympia, WA
Apr 2 @ 6:00 pm

2020 Olympia ABATE Chapter Monthly Meeting @ Olympia, WA March 5th @ 6:00 pm

Olympia Abate Chapter Monthly Meeting. We meet monthly on the 1st Thursday of each month at Tea Leaf II restaurant, 4646 Pacific Ave. SE, Lacy, WA,98503. Social hour: 6pm, meeting 7pm.

Apr
3
Fri
2019-2020 Motorcycles on Main @ Mesa, AZ
Apr 3 all-day

First Friday every month, Sept- June. Live music, beer garden, vendors, food. Sponsored by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys.

Apr
4
Sat
Sisters of Scota Womens Motorcycle Club 11th Annual Rabbit Run 2020 @ Marysville, CA
Apr 4 @ 9:00 am

11th Annual Rabbit Run and Motorcycle Ride. Festivities include breakfast/bike blessing by CMA, a pack ride from Loma Rica to Lake Francis Resort Dobbins CA., music by Swankmasters, ride-in bike show, raffles, and a holiday luncheon. Sign-Ins:9-10 AM, Gold Eagle Market#2 11269 Loma Rica Rd., Marysville, CA 95901. Admission: $20.00 pp, $30.00 a couple.Run Pin to the first 50. Proceeds benefit EA Family services a 501(c)(3) corp. This event is (rain or shine). More info Banshee 530-740-3258

Apr
5
Sun
Grand Fathers MC Pancake Breakfast 2020 @ Lake Elsinore, CA
Apr 5 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am

Grand Fathers MC Pancake Breakfast is held the 1st Sunday of every month (except June & Nov) from 8 am-11 am at the American Legion Post 200 18871 Grand ave Lake Elsinore Ca 92530.$4.00 donation

Apr
8
Wed
2018 Cook’s Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA
Apr 8 all-day
2018 Cook's Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA

Every Wednesday All Year Long
– Live Music
– All You Can Eat Spaghetti, Salad, and Garlic Bread – Only $5.00 / plate
– Full Bar – Cocktails, Beer, Wine – Buckets of Beer Specials

Cook’s Corner
19152 Santiago Canyon Rd
Trabuco Canyon, CA 92679

Cook’s Corner is considered to be one of the most famous biker bars in Southern California. It is located at the juncture of Santiago Canyon and Live Oak Canyon roads. Cook’s Corner was named after Andrew Jackson Cook, who got about 190 acres of Aliso Canyon in a land trade in 1884. In 1926, his son, Earl Jack “E.J.” Cook converted a cabin into a restaurant for miners and local ranchers. After Prohibition ended in 1933, alcohol began being sold, and Cook’s Corner became a full-fledged bar. In 1946, Cook bought an old mess hall from the Santa Ana Army Air Base and the tavern was born. In 1970, a Santa Ana motorcycle accessories owner purchased it and Cooks Corner was molded into what it represents today…an old-fashioned roadhouse. Cook’s (as it is normally referred) is still as rugged-looking as a World War II-era-mess-hall-turned-biker-bar should look.

 

 

Apr
15
Wed
2018 Cook’s Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA
Apr 15 all-day
2018 Cook's Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA

Every Wednesday All Year Long
– Live Music
– All You Can Eat Spaghetti, Salad, and Garlic Bread – Only $5.00 / plate
– Full Bar – Cocktails, Beer, Wine – Buckets of Beer Specials

Cook’s Corner
19152 Santiago Canyon Rd
Trabuco Canyon, CA 92679

Cook’s Corner is considered to be one of the most famous biker bars in Southern California. It is located at the juncture of Santiago Canyon and Live Oak Canyon roads. Cook’s Corner was named after Andrew Jackson Cook, who got about 190 acres of Aliso Canyon in a land trade in 1884. In 1926, his son, Earl Jack “E.J.” Cook converted a cabin into a restaurant for miners and local ranchers. After Prohibition ended in 1933, alcohol began being sold, and Cook’s Corner became a full-fledged bar. In 1946, Cook bought an old mess hall from the Santa Ana Army Air Base and the tavern was born. In 1970, a Santa Ana motorcycle accessories owner purchased it and Cooks Corner was molded into what it represents today…an old-fashioned roadhouse. Cook’s (as it is normally referred) is still as rugged-looking as a World War II-era-mess-hall-turned-biker-bar should look.

 

 

Apr
22
Wed
2018 Cook’s Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA
Apr 22 all-day
2018 Cook's Corner Wednesday Bike Night @ Trabuco Canyon, CA

Every Wednesday All Year Long
– Live Music
– All You Can Eat Spaghetti, Salad, and Garlic Bread – Only $5.00 / plate
– Full Bar – Cocktails, Beer, Wine – Buckets of Beer Specials

Cook’s Corner
19152 Santiago Canyon Rd
Trabuco Canyon, CA 92679

Cook’s Corner is considered to be one of the most famous biker bars in Southern California. It is located at the juncture of Santiago Canyon and Live Oak Canyon roads. Cook’s Corner was named after Andrew Jackson Cook, who got about 190 acres of Aliso Canyon in a land trade in 1884. In 1926, his son, Earl Jack “E.J.” Cook converted a cabin into a restaurant for miners and local ranchers. After Prohibition ended in 1933, alcohol began being sold, and Cook’s Corner became a full-fledged bar. In 1946, Cook bought an old mess hall from the Santa Ana Army Air Base and the tavern was born. In 1970, a Santa Ana motorcycle accessories owner purchased it and Cooks Corner was molded into what it represents today…an old-fashioned roadhouse. Cook’s (as it is normally referred) is still as rugged-looking as a World War II-era-mess-hall-turned-biker-bar should look.