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Motorcycle Events (Int'l)

PH motorbike riders set 3 world records

MANILA – Philippine motorcycle riders were able to set new world records on Saturday. 

At least 1,500 riders banded together at the SM Mall of Asia (MOA) Concert Grounds, revving their engines, beeping their horns, and parading their bikes in a bid to set 3 records.

The Philippines was able to set the record for “most number of motorcycle engines started simultaneously," "most number of horns sounded simultaneously," and the "largest parade of Yamaha motorcycles.”  READ ON

John Varvatos Rolls Out Custom Café Racer For A Cause - Video

John Varvatos has teamed up with The Black Motorcycles to create a one-of-a-kind, custom fabricated 1980 CB750c Cafe Racer motorcycle. Working hand-in-hand, this creative collaboration set out to design a motorcycle combining the signature artistry and rock n’ roll style of John Varvatos with the expertise and craftsmanship of The Black Motorcycles. The JV Series 1000 model was specially crafted to help raise funds for the non-profit organization Road Recovery to reach 1000 at-risk teens through its outreach programs.

Road Recovery is dedicated to helping at-risk youth by harnessing the influence of entertainment industry professionals who have confronted similar crises and now wish to share their experience, knowledge and resources by collaborating with young people to create and present live-concert events and recording projects. Music professionals – executives, managers, techies, roadies, superstars, agents – including such entertainment notables as Slash, Denis Leary, Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne, and many more. Since 1998, Road Recovery has touched the lives of over 50,000 young people…and still counting!

The online auction of the motorcycle by Charitybuzz began June 5th and ends on July 10, 2014. Check out the video of the bike here.

North Myrtle Beach plans for future bike rallies

MSNewsNow.com - Jackson, MS

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Whether or not Gov. Haley's comments stick about putting an end to Bikefest, leaders in North Myrtle Beach are going to get prepared for the return of bikers next year, just to be safe.
There is no word yet into the details of next year's safety plan in response to Bikefest, but North Myrtle Beach Public Information Officer Pat Dowling said it will be conducted through the police department. 
City residents have been voicing their concerns to city council through e-mail. Many people are complaining about not feeling safe and a lack of enforcement by police for the noise ordnance.   READ ON