Southwest Featured Stories

Veterans Tribute Ride & Family Festival

Veterans Tribute Ride (And Family Festival) Digger Dave, Photos: Digger View the Veterans Tribute Ride Gallery here! Up where I live in the northern part of Phoenix, Nov. 10th dawned a little on the cold side, yep.. cold.. in Arizona. Luckily with a KSU of 2:30pm I thought it would warm up enough to not have to gear up in ...

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FINALLY: “We are Rolling Again”

FINALLY: “WE ARE ROLLING AGAIN” By Wild Bill After what has seemed like forever, a few events have started trickling out around the Southwest. I know they say because of the heat, or the economy or it’s just not like it used to be? We seemed to have dried up for a period of time. Now that I have been ...

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Too Broke For Sturgis 2012

Too Broke For Sturgis 2012 (Too Stuck In The Mud) Story by: Digger Dave, Photos: Digger Dave, Annie Cooper, Johnny Crash, Geneva Rhodes       This is my favorite Arizona run of the year, everybody gets to meet up with friends from the previous years, camp out, catch up on what’s new and of course party till we drop. Friends from Cali, ...

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Fight Like a Girl

Fight Like a Girl Story by Orgy & LadyZ (Cheryl Warren) Pictures by Arlene Williams • Pictures of children contributed by Spectrum & Daily News, St Geo., UT It’s that time of year where there are so many rides and events taking place that one has throw a dart at the map and pick which one to attend. In some ...

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Flags Over the Dam: Memorial Day 2012

Flags Over the Dam: Memorial Day 2012 BY LUCKY LAURIE Honor. it’s the first word that comes to mind. It was an honor to be a part of such an amazing event. I have participated many times and the feeling never changes; I get choked up every time. The Hoover Dam, located just 30 miles south of Las Vegas is ...

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StreetMasters: Precision Cornering Workshop

BY GARY MRAZ Epiphanous, enlightening, humbling, perhaps not adjectives normally associated with motorcycle training yet this journey elicits such verbiage.  I recently reviewed the book “Shifting Gears at 50” by Phil Buonpastore in which Walt Fulton is a contributor.  Walt Fulton III and Nancy Foote are the owner/operators of Streetmasters Motorcycle Workshops, and I decided it was time to attend. ...

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Its GO Time in AZ! – H-D Scottsdale

Its GO Time in AZ! Story by DangerousJames See the article in the Quick Throttle Magazine May issue. See the Arizona Bike Week Photo Gallery. It was Sunday, March 25th, 2012, the last day of the weekend of the AZBW Pre-Rally Days. There’s usually not a whole lot going on other than some local parties, maybe a run. This year, ...

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Bordello Run

BY Luckie Laurie The 8th Annual Bordello Run was a great success! We left Las Vegas for Pahrump, with over 1200 bikes, and everyone was saying “who let the dogs out!” It was like the bears came out of hibernation at once! What a day! Of course you can’t have a Bordello Run without Women and their Bordellos! Well, I ...

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Arizona Centennial Ride

Arizona Centennial Ride Story by Digger Dave, Photos by G. Rusty Childress Arizona Centennial Ride Photo Gallery On February 14th, 1912 Arizona became the last of the 48 contiguous states admitted to the union. Originally part of New Mexico the land was ceded to the United States in 1848, and became a separate territory in 1863. No one seems to ...

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Sunshine Acres Children’s Home

Digger Dave/Pix by Digger & Liane LaSweet Founded in 1954 Sunshine Acresis the brain child of Rev. James and Vera Dingman, affectionately known as “Uncle Jim and Aunt Vera. They spent their entire lives helping the poor, the homeless, the children of migrant families, and the children of parents who were incarcerated. In 1953 after 17 years of praying for ...

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