Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Motorcycle Live kicks off this Saturday

Motorcycle Live kicks off this Saturday...
Motorcycle Live kicks off this Saturday...
Motorcycle Live kicks off this Saturday...
Motorcycle Live kicks off this Saturday...
Motorcycle Live kicks off this Saturday...
Motorcycle Live kicks off this Saturday...
Motorcycle Live kicks off this Saturday...

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Tuesday, 12 November 2013

UPDATE:Undercover Queens detective, 10 other bikers indicted in attack on SUV driver

November 11. 2013  an undercover Queens detective was amongst 11 bikers indicted by a grand jury last Friday on charges in connection to the assault on an SUV driver in Upper Manhattan last month

NYPD detective Wojciech Braszczok was charged with gang assault, criminal mischief, riot and other charges, according to the indictment, the AP said.

Braszczok, 32, pleaded not guilty along with the other defendants, and could face up to 25 years in prison if convicted on the top charges.

He was released on $150,000 bail...................................more of this story

Friday, 8 November 2013

Weekend Warriors.

One of the interesting aspects of the Clampdown on Criminal Biker gangs in Queensland(Australia) is that suddenly 'citizens' and 'weekend warriors' who ride motorcycles are acting all "middle class" and indignant about the New laws. I thinks it's indicative of the modern mentality and funny watching the mum and dad bikers playing the victim in the crackdown on the outlaw bikie bad boys.
Of course it's not just them, it's something people do nowadays. As soon as there's big news, there is a frantic rush to associate with it by any tenuous link . It is the natural progression of the "instant street cred"  consumerism in all aspects of modern iconography and fashion............if ya got the money you can buy the Harley , have it "accessorised" and be a bad boy rebel outlaw son of anarchy when you get out the office, or the kids are with Grandma on a sunday afternoon.

Folks who simply ride motorbikes (even dressed up in big, tough matt black) need to understand something - the real outlaw bikies don't like you. You are in no way related. You're not even friends.
If all the bikies you associate with are good, honest people, it simply proves the point.
The fact that you want to claim some sort of street credibility as a victim of the police is at best a little bit sad and shameless.
But of course, it's not just bikers who shamelessly crave these tenuous associations and attention.
Whenever there's a disaster, a fatal crash, a robbery, whatever, people are keen to be associated.
You see it in the social media  all the time "This is really hurting me. My brother's friend's  family is in the worst spot and  we're doing all we can to help" - yeah, from 1000km away.
But of course they get all the comments and likes they're after - "thinking of you buddy". 
I can't help wondering what how it looks in other countries less obsessed with all this "living out "of every part of our lives on a public stage.
I seriously think that we've got it too good in our countries and as a result we're desperate for attention.
Being a victim is never easy. It's not something you do from the comfort of your lounge room or an internet cafe for half an hour a day. It's more than a collection of sentences that win you "likes" on facebook.
So you Weekend Warriors be careful what you wish for  ! keep it real.

Biker,Pink,Drag on words

In Australia a "Bikie" (God that word irritates me ! ) stages pink protest down Toowoomba's main drag ?
what the F is that all about ?
AN ANONYMOUS bikie made a public pink protest down the main strip of Toowoomba in response to the State Government's new anti-bikie laws.
The lone rider traded the traditional black-leather garb synonymous with bikie culture for a bright pink vest as he rode down the main street.
One of the guys friends caught the ride on film, with the caption "Bring on the pink, Newman. We don't care!"
In a letter to The Chronicle, the mystery rider outlined the basis of his protest.
"It is my answer to Campbell Newman's childish threats of making 'bikie' prisoners wear pink," the letter states.
"We don't give a stuff."
Question is did anyone actually notice this one man protest ? lol

Thursday, 7 November 2013

New studio in Barnet

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Ring of Red M25 Biker Run............Nice ride, Nice idea, Good Cause

Ring of Red M25 Biker Run is an event for bikers on Remembrance Sunday 10th November 2013.

The aim is to form a circle of bikers dressed in red and wearing poppies riding Clockwise around the M25 making the biggest Poppy in the World.
This ride is intended to present a physical show of support for our Armed Forces, both current and previous. Not every biker goes to a remembrance service on this day, but I do know that they Respect our armed service men and women.

This is just another way of showing it.

The event was an idea by Julia Stevenson, a well known respected biker in the Ride of Respect Rideouts.

It is a non-profit event with all monies raised from the sale of the patches (after expenses) being given to the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.

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