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Anping Wu and Ms. Yong Qin Li Mr. Haibo Wu and Mrs. Young Alumni leadership Circle This level recognizes the generous young alumni building the next generation of leadership support at Princeton Day School.
Betty Wold Johnson Mrs. Lynn Dixon Johnston Mr. Consecutive Annual Fund Donors: Class of Alexander S. Class of Carl W. Class of John C. Class of William Edwards, Jr. Kales II Frederick S. Class of John F. Class of Edward S. Andrew Harris Robert C. Class of 45th Reunion Committee: Virginia Myer Kester Alexander D. Reynolds Ellen Sussman Karen M. Class of Christian B. Cameron Ferrante Jeanine M. Class of Carl G.
Briscoe II Eric C. Class of James P. Stephen Judge Gregory E. Class of 40th Reunion Committee: Kerin Lifland James L. Cohen Sampson Caroline W. Class of Anonymous J. Elizabeth Mason Cousins Thomas R. Scott Egner Jane L. Perlman Donald DeCandia T. Class of 30th Reunion Committee: When I think back on all that PDS gave me as a student on and off the court, I have to find ways to show my appreciation; this is just one of the ways to give back.
Class of Laura S. Class of Lylah M. Class of Navroze M. Alphonse Ara Baronian Aly G. Campbell Levy Amy R. Class of 25th Reunion Committee: Carolyn Cooper, Benjamin M. Henderson, Arthur Rotberg, John D.
Susan Dolan Batcha T. Courtenay Batcha Jason A. Class of Griffith S. Dwyer Gilmartin Jason M. Rebecca Lintner Griffith John H. Class of 20th Reunion Committee: Zarzecki Habay Eric D. Class of Anonymous Maria L. Class of Tyler E. Class of 15th Reunion Committee: Alexandra Trenholm Warren Courtney C. Haroldson Christina Koerte Timon F. Class of Jason D. Sanford IV Joshua T. Class of Jay V. Sabrina Basu Allissa C. Daniel Altman Elena V. Bowen Jeremy Brinster Robert D.
Straus Georgia Travers Vinay Trivedi. Francfort Rachel Heller Jennifer M. Langdon Anna Liu Blair A. Sydney Altmeyer Meade F. Crowell Adam Fisch Kevin E. Smukler Jacqueline Stevens Carla M. Huntington Griffith Jason C.
Miller Annie Nyce Megan A. Quigley Natasha Rao James C. The Blue and White Society was established in Seniors are asked to make a four-year pledge to the Annual Fund for the years following their graduation from Princeton Day School. Class of Kalyn E. Denise Sophia Eisenberg Leah G. Hutter Andrea Jenkins Alec T. Nye Allison Persky Andrew M. Seto Brendan Shannon Alexander W. Urisko Adriana van Manen Alexia C. Suveer Bhatia Connor G. Bitterman Lewis Blackburn Andrew D.
Clayton Neeraj Devulapalli Justin A. Class of Katharine L. Erickson Morgan Foster Adam G. Haggerty II Brooke N. Latham Grace Lee Caroline R. Lively Sabrina Matlock Cole J. Radvany Hariharan Rajagopalan Matthew L. Riley Jacob Shavel Brigette A. I pledged to give every year after I graduated, and I intend to keep that pledge. Adam Scott Altmeyer Ryan C. Gideon Fruchter and Ms.
Nanda Kanuri and Dr. Yaolong Lan and Ms. Russell Lett and Ms. Douglas and Wai Lam Ling Dr. Orlando Mendez and Ms. William Segal and Dr. Yongliang Sun and Mrs.
Gregg Szabo and Dr. Kovacevich Devika Kumar Katelyn S. Lighte Sarah Lippman Jamie L. Baseman Cathy and Eric Batterman Mr. Jeannie Lin Chopra Dr. Ivan Darenkov and Ms. Francisco Garcia and Ms. Nikolai Gorelenkov and Dr. Herzer William and Stephanie Hoffman Mr. Roxane Scurlock Jones Mr. Karen and Andrew Latham Mr. Ye Li and Ms. Larry Lu and Ms. Schafer Aaron and Erin Schomburg Mr.
Timothy Trainor Jonathan E. Daguang Xu and Ms. Andrew Aprill Karen D. We have chosen to contribute to the Annual Fund 14 years and counting! Swaminathan Bhaskar and Ms. Cindy Blitz and Dr. Lichung Chen and Mrs. Robert DiMatteo and Ms. William Flahive and Dr. Andrew Harris and Ms. Fei Jiang and Ms. Kamal Kasera and Ms. Mia Manzulli and Mr. Amando Martinez and Mrs. Mekdes Amine and Mr.
Durgaprasad Pulakkat and Ms. Manesh Sindhwani and Mrs. Rajeev Singh and Ms. Kaiyang Tang and Dr. Leonard Teti II Mr. Malarvel Vijayathevar John E. Yong Qin Li Ms. We believe that PDS graduates will be instrumental in advancing our society, and that our support helps make that possible. Hudgins Nicole and Richard Hughes Mr. Chun Lin and Ms. William Maggio and Dr. Peter Nowakoski and Ms. Prasad Potluri and Dr. Haritha Potluri Reverend and Mrs. James Salgado and Dr.
Suhail Sayed and Ms. Nicos Scordis and Dr. Aditya Sharma and Mrs. Dipti Sharma Eon K. Kaushik Suchak and Dr. Nicholas Van Dusen Mr. Yehong Zhang and Dr. Tim Zhu and Ms. Satvinder Bhens and Dr. Pari Boopalan and Ms. Kevin Carroll and Dr. Kellyann Petrucci John N. Hanzel Cohen and Mr. Mark Fisher and Ms.
Bertrand Njanja Fassu Mr. Xiaohang Su and Ms. Jennifer Basselini and Mr. Lei Chen and Dr. Edgar Cheng FAll Raghuraman Gopalakrishnan and Mrs. Zahid Hasan and Ms. Sanjay Kalra and Dr. Reuben Loewy and Ms. Ronni Blasz Mackles Dr. Marshall Barbara and Ross Martinson Mr. Brian Nowack and Ms. Brent Ozdogan and Dr. Scott Schlenker and Ms. Benny Soffer and Dr. Wendel Thomas and Mrs. Paramesh Venkat and Ms.
Asha Paramesh Nils E. Shudan Zhang and Mrs. Peilin Zhang and Ms. Jianfeng Zhu and Ms. Robert Jaffe and Dr. Randall Lewis and Dr. Zili Ma and Ms. Monroe and Professor Alain Kornhauser Mr. Venu Moola and Ms. Priya Moola Gary A. Hong Ni and Ms. Samir and Arti Patel Mr. Rajan Ramaswamy and Ms. Ashmin Shah and Ms. Pinger Wang and Mrs. Yun Xia and Ms. Leo Chen and Ms.
Manikandan Padmanaban and Mrs. Hemanshu Pandya and Dr. Jigar and Hemal Patel Mr. Gerard Sentveld and Ms. Sidhartha Shankar and Dr. Shailja Dixit Professor and Mrs. Sichel and Sylvia Gomez-Sichel Dr. Baljit Singh and Dr. Jiang Zhao and Ms. Archana Pradhan Lackey Mr. Rachana Singh Eon K. Yong Qin Li Dr. Brent Field and Mrs. Carmen Oveissi Field Mr. Gaurav Khanna and Ms. Jonathan Levy and Ms. Vivek Malik and Ms. I love to sit in the Campus Center in the morning watching faculty meeting with students and with each other, then to go out and feel the energy in the hallways.
Parvez Mansuri and Mrs. Cedrick Phillip and Mrs. Roman Rozenblat and Dr. Shalabh Singhal and Dr. Bertin Aparicio and Ms. Steven Behnamnia and Mrs. Bryan Choi and Ms. Zog Hamdia and Ms. Lin Jiang and Dr. Antonio Lopez-Torrero and Mrs.
Carolyn Salgado Professor and Mrs. Jacob Shapiro Robert L. Sichel and Sylvia Gomez-Sichel Mr. Kevin Streeper Nils E. Anders Svensson and Mrs. David Broeker Geoffrey L. Darren Greenblatt and Mr. But make no mistake; students also make a difference in the lives of teachers.
I give to Princeton Day School in honor and in memory of those many advisees, students, faculty colleagues and friends who made PDS such a memorable part of my life. Life moves on and we all confront new challenges as we reach different stages in our lives. My former students are now the age I was during my years at PDS and they are now raising their own children. It would be fun to compare notes. Thank you to all who helped to make PDS a significant time in my life.
Iris and I are forever grateful. William Landhauser and Mrs. Peter Quist and Ms. Alvin Seow and Ms. Seok Fun Tan Dr. Ashish Shah Eon K. Zhanjiang Zhang and Ms.
Richard Allen and Mrs. Chelare Baykal Allen Mr. Shonell Best Brown Mr. Vasilios Chatzigiannis and Dr. Matthew Fede and Dr. Andres Leon and Ms. James Lipuma and Dr. Alan Long and Ms. Rajesh Madala and Ms.
Paminas Mogaka and Mrs. Catherine Gacanja Gary A. Riten Patel and Ms. Mario San Martin and Mrs. Abril San Martin Dr. Sheikh Nabeel Arif and Mrs. Jason Park and Ms. Their support means a great deal and inspires others in our community to join them in giving back. Alt Leah Anderson William M. Toole Allison Treese Tian H. Maritza Colon Irina V. Gargione Stephanie Gaspari Dulany H.
Christine Grant Halpern Mrs. Betty Wold Johnson Mr. Gina Del Giudice Mr. Chen Rabbi and Mrs. Alan Chimacoff and Ms. Peter Dickson and Ms. Janet Zoubek Dickson Mr. Evan Dong and Ms. Dyckman Craig and Betsy Dykstra Dr. Betty Ann Fort Mr. Fuschetti Beverly and Jack Gallagher Mr. Alexandra Wetherill Gerry Mr. Mary Elizabeth McClellan Mr.
Robert McCulloch and Ms. Mischner Debbie and Steve Modzelewski Mr. Williamson Laurie and Andy Okun Ms. Phares II Melissa J. Pike Professor John Pinto and Ms. Rajaram Radhakrishnan and Dr.
Sowmya Ramakrishnan Robert H. David Rehmus and Ms. Miles Dumont Peter R. Bette Ipsen Soloway Mr. Sternberg Jon and Meredith Stevens Mr. Stoltzfus III and Ms. Winston Sun and Ms. Alan Toltzis Clark G. Kathleen Gerritz Weeks Dr. Yen Wei and Dr. Christopher and Dorota Gribbin Mr.
Robel Gugsa and Ms. Gordon Gund John A. Gayle Henkin and Mr. Eileen Hohmuth-Lemonick and Mr. Jim Huang and Ms. Pam and Eric R. Katharine Kraus and Mr. Ramesh Kumar and Ms. Nancy Weiss Malkiel Mr. Edwin Winstanley Hilary A. Benjamin and Lisa Zablocki Ms. Matthew Connolly John F. William Christian Cousins Dr.
Barrington Cross Brian C. Susan Daly-Rouse and Mr. Duff Craig and Betsy Dykstra Mrs. Demetrius Ellis Peter E. Catherine Miller Nancy B. Joseph Mollica and Ms. Michael Remsen Shepherd K. Max Salas Laurence H. Irene Silver Daniel J. Carolyn Tazza Hilleary T. Duncan Van Dusen Mr. Morris Willner Helen C. Riepe Family Foundation Benjamin A. Family Charitable Fund S. We thank them for giving back and helping us provide opportunities to the students of today. Michael Brent Henry P.
Capinpin James Carey, Jr. Fei Mo Victoria C. Joanna Ng Robert A. Donato Gasparro John M. Antoine Gerschel Jonathan S. Kathleen Deignan Charles L. Leveson-Smith Ronald Li, M. Yves Marcuard and Ms.
Barbara and Ross Martinson Janet M. Jacqueline Schreiber Polly T. Michael Seipp Lars A. Maritoni Colon Shah Dr. Yitzhak Sharon Marjorie D. Bette Ipsen Soloway Barbara A. Kenneth Wallach Diana E.
Dolores Wright Peter G. Ruozhen Chen George M. The following donors gave gifts to special funds Ms. Daniel Auslander and Ms. Thomas Burns and Dr. Richard Day and Dr. Francis Doonan Jonathan W. Judith Ferlise Coby V. Michele Krywy and Ms. Theresa Maldera and Ms. Anna Marie Sanford Ms.
William Smith Robert O. Cathy Stephen Miller Mr. Every year Princeton Day School receives gifts given in honor of or in memory of someone special. Tuckman in Honor of Victor Cirilo Mr. Stellato in Honor of elizabeth Cutler Alexandra C. Schara in Honor of Susan Daly-rouse Mr. Tuckman in Honor of Christopher J. Farhat in Honor of Paul A. Francfort in Honor of Kevin e. Hong Yang in Honor of Steven e. Kranthi Yarlagadda in Honor of emily Gallagher Mr. Dipal Patel in Honor of Mr.
Nancy Mullan in Honor of nicholas C. Nancy Mullan in Honor of Colin H. Johnson in Honor of lon H. Johnson in Honor of rachel Kamen Ms. Tuckman in Honor of Camille B. Timothy Trainor in Honor of Jack T. Timothy Trainor in Honor of Samuel W. Tuckman in Honor of Karen latham Harrison A. Tuckman in Honor of James Y. Tuckman in Honor of Jason robinson Mr. Zhanyun Zhao in Honor of Grace W. Sally Drayer in Honor of Carolyn norin Mr. Loomar in Honor of Maryann ortiz Mr. Tuckman in Honor of lilia A.
Schwendinger in Honor of Maria Shepard Mr. Tuckman in Honor of emily Shircliff Brooke N. Tuckman in Honor of Thomas J. Baker in Honor of Paul J. Tuckman in Honor of lisa Surace Mr. Tuckman in Honor of Katy Terry Mr. Tuckman in Honor of Jill Thomas Mr. Chandler in Honor of Tiffany Willner Mr. Tuckman in Honor of Donna S. Mary Ann Lanzone Ms. Barbara Walker in Memory of Jane C. Dwyer in Memory of John e. Egner in Memory of richard and laurel elden Mr.
Donato Gasparro in Memory of Jerry S. Amandeep Nagra in Memory of Arthur S. William Michaels Thomas B. Kirby Vosburgh in Memory of Anne H. Webb in Memory of emily r. Barbara Walker in Memory of Anne B. Webb in Memory of William A. Webb in Memory of elizabeth S. Jack Ward in Memory of Arthur H. We recognize that this is a partial listing, and ask those who have taken this important step to inform the Advancement Office and have their name s added to this list.
Including the school in their will, establishing a charitable trust while maintaining life income, or naming the school as a life insurance beneficiary are some of the ways these individuals have helped secure the long-term strength of Princeton Day School.
Helen Woodruff George M. Donald Wenzel in Memory of robert C. Edwin Winstanley in Memory of Frederick D. Anderson in Memory of Mark l. We are grateful to those donors who have given a gift to the school that will continue to provide for our community for the lifetime of the school. Established in with gifts from Mr. Lambert III in honor of Mr. The fund has been supplemented in subsequent years by friends and family, the E. Annual income is restricted to bringing to the campus artists and performers that support the teaching of art at Princeton Day School.
There are endowments that support financial aid, academic programs, student experiences, athletics, faculty professional development, speaker series, student prizes and general endowment. For additional information, please contact the Princeton Day School Advancement office. The endowed funds are listed below.
Established in with a gift from Mr. The annual income is to support a guest artist s program to promote the arts in all three school divisions.
With the authorization of the donors, principal may also be used for these purposes. Established in by an anonymous Princeton Day School family and supplemented by an alumnus. Annual income is restricted to funding activities, initiatives or personnel across all divisions and departments that support an understanding and awareness of Asian history and culture.
Supplemented by the Board of Trustees and by Mrs. Annual income is restricted to funding Middle School programs that support and strengthen the education of young women and foster in them the skills and confidence to most fully achieve their potential in life.
Annual interest is restricted to funding guest speakers in the Middle School on the general subject of American History. Speakers are to be approved by the Head of the Middle School. Pioneers in Science Fund Established in through the initiative and generosity of former Trustee Marc Ostro and supplemented by friends of the school.
Annual income underwrites the expense of an annual Upper School lecture by a scientist who has excelled in his or her field. Established in with gifts from family and friends in memory of Upper School teacher Anne C. Annual income to support the Anne C. Rothrock Lecture, an annual event that brings to Upper School students and faculty a guest speaker with expertise in public policy or important contemporary social issues. Funded by gifts from her children T. This first fully endowed teaching chair at Princeton Day School provides annual income to underwrite the salary and benefits of an outstanding member of the faculty who is chosen by the Head of School in consultation with the Division Heads.
Exceptional teaching and devotion to students are among the criteria considered. Susan Artandi in honor of her grandsons, David A. The annual income is to fund the maintenance of the flagpole and the surrounding area near the school entrance. Annual income restricted to the general support of faculty salaries and benefits.
The fund was supplemented regularly in subsequent years by The Bunbury Company, Mr. Peter Grounds, and many parents, alumni and friends of the school. The annual income is restricted to the general support of faculty salaries and benefits. Annual income to support a faculty sabbatical. Class of Sandy Bing Scholarship Established in by members of the class of on the occasion of their 25th reunion.
Named in honor of former Upper School Head and Interim Head of School, Sandy Bing, in recognition of the guidance and friendship he so freely provided their class.
Please contact Katherine Schulte, Director of Advancement, at kschulte pds. Established in by the parents of the class of Established in with gifts from family and friends in memory of Eric A.
The fund is supplemented regularly by gifts from his family. Annual income is restricted to supporting the special or unforeseen needs of Princeton Day School students whose economic circumstances make it difficult or impossible to participate in educational, athletic and extracurricular opportunities which are more readily available to other students. Annual income is restricted to supporting a Princeton Day School student who qualifies for financial aid and whose educational options other than Princeton Day School are especially limited.
Supplemented in subsequent years by Mrs. Annual income to be used for an Upper School student, preferably for the child of a Princeton University administrator or faculty member, who qualifies for financial aid.
Annual income is to be used to support special or unforeseen needs of Lower School children. Annual interest is restricted to supporting the financial aid program at Princeton Day School. Annual income is restricted to providing financial aid to support deserving minority students, and if possible, minority students in the Lower School who qualify for financial aid.
Annual income is restricted to supporting an African American female student who has qualified for financial aid. Established in with gifts from family and friends in memory of Richard A. Annual income to support a Middle School student who qualifies for financial aid and who has attended the Princeton Day School Lower School.
Annual income to be used for need-based financial aid for outstanding students who would otherwise be unable to attend Princeton Day School due to their financial circumstances. Ellsworth, in memory of Mrs. Princeton Day School Scholarship Fund Established in and supplemented in subsequent years with many gifts from parents and alumni designated in support of the general financial aid budget at Princeton Day School.
Shepherd Scholarship Established in and supplemented in subsequent years by long-time English teacher, Anne B. Shepherd and later by many colleagues, friends and family in Mrs. The fund is supplemented regularly by The Pocumtuck Company. Starr Scholarship Fund Established in and subsequently supplemented with grants from the C.
Students will be selected without regard to race, religion, ethnicity, or gender, and demonstrate intelligence, ambition, persistence, integrity and an exemplary work ethic. Annual income is restricted to supporting: Matthews, in memory of Stuart van V. Annual income is restricted to supporting the general financial aid program at Princeton Day School. Zlock and Sima Zlock Scholarship provides need-based financial aid for outstanding children to pursue a quality education at Princeton Day School.
Annual income to be used preferably for a child from Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Support for libraries library Fund Established in with an anonymous gift in memory of Mr.
Annual income is restricted to the purchase of library books and supplies. An annual scholarship award is presented at the Senior Awards Ceremony to a dedicated art student in the senior class whose intention is to pursue further education in the field of visual arts. The annual income is to be used to underwrite the annual budget of the PDS cross-country team and to fund an annual award for the member of the cross-country team who, in the eyes of the cross-country coach es , is the most valuable member of the team.
The fund was supplemented in with gifts in memory of Dr. Annual income is restricted to funding the John D. Sacks-Wilner Award, given each year to that member of the graduating class who has shown exceptional determination, courage and self-command. Annual income is restricted to funding an award presented to a junior boy or girl with the highest academic standing in the humanities.
Annual income is restricted to supporting professional development opportunities for teachers as well as academic and extracurricular initiatives that create or enhance academic enrichment opportunities for students.
Bogle Award Established in with gifts from family and friends in memory of David C. Annual income is restricted to underwriting an outstanding faculty initiative or professional development experience that most clearly advances the pursuit of teaching excellence at Princeton Day School. Annual income is restricted to supporting summer study opportunities, coursework, seminars, conferences and other professional development opportunities for teachers at Princeton Day School.
This endowed gift will provide ongoing financial support for professional development, travel, and research for Princeton Day School faculty. Kaye Family Fund for Professional Development Established in by Robert Kaye, in honor and recognition of the vital role played by members of the faculty in the lives of his grandchildren, the Kaye Family Fund will support a travel grant for professional development. Annual income from the fund will provide the opportunity for a member of the faculty to enhance and enrich his or her teaching expertise and, thus, the experience of his or her students, through summer travel and research.
Annual income is restricted to supporting summer study opportunities, coursework, seminars, conferences, and other professional development opportunities for science teachers at Princeton Day School. The Minerva Fund Established in by an anonymous Princeton Day School family, The Minerva Fund generates annual income to fund the continuing professional growth of PDS faculty and staff, including conferences, seminars, workshops, graduate courses and other professional development opportunities that support teachers and enhance the educational experience of PDS students.
Faculty with 12 or fewer years of teaching experience, at least four of which have been spent at Princeton Day School, are eligible for the grants. Established in with a gift from Dr. Established in through the generosity of the Class of on the occasion of their 30th Reunion.
Annual income is restricted to supporting faculty professional development and enrichment opportunities. Annual income is restricted to supporting professional development opportunities for Lower School faculty. Annual income from the fund is to be used to provide ongoing incentive and financial support for enhancing science education at Princeton Day School. Each year, a single grant will be awarded to a Middle or Upper School science teacher whose proposal for using the funds is viewed by the selection committee as having the greatest potential for effectively and directly strengthening the science education program at Princeton Day School.
Whitlock Award Fund Established in with gifts from Mrs. Whitlock, family and friends in memory of long-time architecture teacher, Robert C. Annual income is restricted to supporting summer study opportunities, coursework, seminars, conferences, and other professional development opportunities for teachers at Princeton Day School.
Zlock and Sima Zlock Faculty Fund supports Princeton Day School faculty in their pursuit of creating and teaching interdisciplinary courses and promotes student independent research in the Upper School. Annual income is restricted to these two initiatives. White in memory of Scott M. Annual income is restricted to supporting substance abuse education programs in the Upper School.
In academics, athletics, the arts, and service, we celebrate the pursuit of individual excellence and the spirit of. Established in with gifts from Mrs. Merle-Smith and Margaret F. Annual income is restricted to supporting substance abuse education programs in the Middle School. Annual income is restricted both to supporting an annual Upper School assembly on the subject of serving others and underwriting new student initiatives and other opportunities to enhance the community service program at Princeton Day School.
Established in with gifts from friends and family in memory of Middle School music teacher, Regina Spiegel. Supported by an exceptional faculty and a cooperative partnership of school and home, our students discover the joy of learning. They explore their interests, cultivate enduring relationships with teachers and peers, take risks, and thrive. Princeton Day School complies with all Federal and State Laws prohibiting discrimination in its admissions, employment and administrative policies.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of this report. Please accept our apologies for any errors or omissions and report them to the Advancement Office at Alumni Board Greetings from Colross, Our 52nd year begins with much to celebrate: Riders from Buffalo and WNY will meet at a place to be announced.
Then take Highway 3 until you reach the stop light intersection of Highway 3 and the Blue Line road. Turn left at the intersection heading south until you reach Highway 6. Turn left on Highway 6 heading east. Phone or American Bikers Aimed Toward Education is a not for profit corporation formed to promote and protect the interests of New York state motorcyclists. ABATE monitors and interacts with the legislative process, enhancing the image of motorcycling, and provides educational and social opportunities for members and non-members.
ABATE will continue to strive to stay acquainted with the issues and the people of the motorcycling community. More details at Cyberspokes. Resort Hotel Rooms available! After years of gathering personal family stories and photographs, Davidson recounts her childhood experiences, how she owned the largest Harley-Davidson dealership in Wisconsin, and her memories of meeting world-famous racers, such as Evil Knievel.
After the talk, enjoy an exclusive meet-and-greet opportunity with Davidson at a reception sponsored by Marshall Street Bar and Grill. It's a cabin fever biker style party in the main chalet at the resort. Live Music with the Boneshakers Blues Band at 3pm! Drawings and the JumpStart Experience. Mention "Harley Day Valley" when you book your stay for the biggest party of the winter.
Our First 70th anniversary celebration of the year! Special Event T-shirts commemorative of the event and our anniversary. And a great GHD door prize. Special Motorcycle only parking! Less than miles from Buffalo! Last year's series attracted nearly , attendees who turned out to see the latest products that the industry had to offer.
The series is supported by leading manufacturers: For more info call Live broadcast with Cool Leather, hats, shirts, pins, stickers as well as bike parts. Join us for our 6th annual Swap Meet, and support your local ABATE chapter while browsing our vendors tables, offering motorcycle parts, accessories, apparel, jewelry, and more.
We encourage all motorcycle enthusiasts, private sellers and businesses to participate. Food, drink, music and more! Route Hilton, NY Just a little over an hour from Buffalo, NY.
Food, drink, door prizes, Chinese Auction and alot of fun! Chances to win TV's and other big ticket items! Parts for ALL cars, trucks and bikes. Antiques, customs, rods and more. This event is perfect for the Restorer, Hobbyist, or Collector. Be sure to visit the snack bar. Free Bulletin board to advertise your event! Get your inner barbaric viking ready. It's a night you WON'T want to miss. Since reuniting in to celebrate a 30 year anniversary reunion concert, this three-guitar power house band, armed with all its original members, has been performing to sold-out shows wherever they set up shop.
The band also unselfishly donates their talent and time to worthy fund-raising events throughout Western New York. To soon for Daytona.. We're shaking off the "winter blues" Burg style. Live Music by the Rod Horning Project, food and drink specials all day!! Just gonna be a whole lot of people havin' a whole lot of fun!! For more info checkout Cyberspokes.
Door prizes and cash awards for custom bikes! Center of Progress Bldg. Please have your chili at the church ready to be tasted by 6: Bring your own serving ladle. Ohlson's bakery will also be selling their delicious baked goods.
Biker Church' is just what it sounds like - church for bikers. Dress is regular riding clothes. All people are welcome, all makes of bikes are welcome. The service is non-denominational.
For more info contact Pastor Don Mohr February , - "Toronto Motorcycle Show" The Toronto Motorcycle Show is the biggest manufacturers show in Ontario, with a wide-ranging and exciting line-up of exhibitors that celebrates the motorcycle lifestyle.
From the open road, to the track and to the trail, this is your chance to see the newest models from the big names, plus the latest in apparel, accessories and touring destinations - all under one roof.
The Show is jam-packed with special features and events that are sure to please riders of all ages, including the kids. Enercare Centre Princes' Blvd. Suite 1, Toronto, Ontario M6K. Proceeds benefit a charitable casue within the community.
Sponsored by Chautauqua Kinzua Hog. Soup provided by Phil-N-Cindy's Lunch. What is Project Rushmore? Join us as we dive into what project rushmore truly is. We as members of C-K H. Main Street Falconer NY Cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, Factory Rep on site! Brutally beautiful, the new Bonneville Bobber is a genuine factory custom. It perfectly encapsulates the minimalistic styling principles, muscular stance and purposeful engineering attitude of a genuine Bobber.
Stripping the Bonneville T back to its purest essence it delivers all the hallmarks of a real bobber. With clean lines and low stance, single seat, wide flat bars, minimal bodywork and headlight, sculpted tank, wire spoked wheels, with wide rear wheel and that all important hard tail look. Rt5 Akron, NY Our Motorclothes department will get you up to date on the newest fashions, so you can be styling whether heading out on the bike or out on the town!
Marie Peterson will be here as well from So if you have any patches you would like sewn on please bring them along and she will happy to do it for you. MVP members earn one point for attending. Falconer, New York Come hang out with your biker friends and jam with Dave Viterna! Dave has been playing guitar and singing professionally since throughout the WNY area and plays annually over shows.
And on any given night you still can hear great rock classics from bands like the Animals to the Doors to the Rolling Stones or classic Canadian acts like Neil Young. If you are looking for some variety and something with an extra punch you should make it a point to go experience the soulful guitar playing and vocals of Dave Viterna!! Get your motor running and ride on down. Just off the and minutes from everywhere! The Armor Inn dates from , when a brick structure was erected as a stagecoach stop.
It was called the Temperance Inn. Vendors, contests and much more! Retro Model Pinup Contest with cash awards! Batavia, New York Saturday March 11, - "American Harley St.
Patrick's Day Party" Food, drink, live music, wheel o'luck and more! Live performance of Irish Dancers at 2pm! Plus Jeff Jr will be unveiling a new motorcycle he just customized!! You will be in the garage without the guys around. Be inspired for the riding season with riding gear demonstrations and of course the JumpStart Experience will be available.
Your afternoon will include a light luncheon and beverages. Ladies, please RSVP to the dealership. Saturday March 11, - "The Wanderers M. Bradford Cyclone , Pennsylvania A nice ride from Buffalo, NY. More than one million square feet of piston powered vehicles. Led each morning by a parade of prestigious military color guard, enthusiasts spend hours, and in some instances days, soaking in the horsepower of the largest indoor showcase of custom cars, trucks, antique construction equipment, motorcycles, tractors, planes, military equipment and more of its kind in the world!
Food and beverages available. Phone Lynn Smith Choppers, bobbers, old-school, customs, hot rods, late model, race, tuners, and much, much, more! Wayne will meet and greet attendees as well as have a question and answer session at the show. Twiggy from Vegas Rat Rods! Also see the top pinstripers in the area as well as bands all weekend long. Updates will be posted on Cyberspokes.
Food, beer and fun! Something for the whole family! The Buffalo Motorama Marketplace with a non-automotive area to browse the latest fashions, trends, and to pamper yourself. Space is limited so reserve your space today! This is your chance to see the ALL NEW 8 valve, 4 spark plug, single cam engine up close, and deeply personal all the way to the inside of the heart and soul of the motorcycle that is changing touring as we know it.
Those who attend will have the chance to win a pair of Buffalo Bandit's Tickets for April 1st, no purchase necessary, in part from our friends at WGWE There will also be a Bake Sale to benefit Breanna Rosen's band trip! Doors open at 9am and event will run until 3pm. No pre-sale tickets, just come on over the day of the event. If you're interested in being a vendor: New and used parts. Buy a bike or sell yours.
From Mild to Wild! Motorcycle Parking only on Old Falls St. Bike show applications due by April 7th. Renew the ride with us on Earth Day! Goode's Restaurant will be here with food available for purchase-Sandwiches, Pie and more! JumpStart will be available for those ready to start their riding adventure. Ride on down to Brewfest! Live music with Half a Heard! We have stations set up around the whole restaurant featuring breweries from East to West Coast.
Representatives from these breweries will be attending to pour you samples and talk about the beers they brought and the brewery they come from. Designated Driver tickets will be available to purchase soon. Doors will be opening at 2: The event is handicap accessible. No one under the age of 21 will be admitted, legal identification will be enforced upon arrival. Please, no children or strollers. As you walk, talk and taste your way through the event you will be accompanied by live music until 7pm!
We are going to be escorting the Wall down to Front Park. The ride will take roughly 1 hour. American Veterans Traveling Tribute AVTT allows those without the means or ability to travel to our great national memorial sites to pay respect and share in the experience of honoring our heroes.
This is a police escorted event. Sponsored by D'Youville College. If you have Harley-Davidson or powersports related items you want to get rid of, why not get a little cash for them? All money generated through the purchase of a spot will be donated to Kids and Cancer! In all cases you will need to have your own display table and if in the yard tent if wanted. Kids under 12 are free! Ceremonial bonfire to please the gods and spirits! For them to watch over us and keep us safe for the year to come.
No dogs, cats or animals of any kind. Today, the club offers a variety of fun events for everyone to enjoy. No charge, donations accepted. Phone Pastor Don Mohr Great Party at the End Stop! The big Bike and Car Show is on Rt. Benefit for Franklinville Fire Department. Sponsored by Road Knights Car Club. Phone Bruce Dallas Join the Hard Tales crew as we ride to a different one of our Rider Friendly businesses each week!
Just tell them you're with Hard Tales. Starting after work for some 5: Also, see our listing in the Cyberspokes. It is also International Female Ride Day! You do not have to ride or be a member. Come and listen to our leaders speak on MC Safety. Help raise awareness of motorcycles on our roads again. Support an organization that supports motorcyclist rights! Parade style, police-escorted ride will follow guest speakers. MC Safety and Awareness is paramount to all that ride for today.
The main purpose of the ABATE organization is to work toward continued freedom of the road by insuring that motorcyclists' point of view is presented to our legislators and to promote motorcycle safety, rider education, and awareness. No matter the weather. The benifit party starts 4pm.
Even if you decide not to ride, come join us for a great time! Contact Chris Drzal at Saturday May 6, - "International Femal Ride Day" International Female Ride Day is a global campaign for women motorcyclists who own, ride or have access to a motorcycle. By participating and riding on this united day women, underline and demonstrate their passion, ability and enthusiasm for the activity. Women participants as well contribute to the activity on this day as well, by building awareness of female motorcyclists.
This worldwide, synchronized unified presence additionally demonstrates to others the fun and enjoyment females of all diversities share in this wonderful activity of motorcycling! Don't miss it one of a kind! A very short ride from Buffalo! We are the place to be inside buying or outside socializing. It's become known as the first ride of the year, a place you have to be if you're riding by yourself, with buddies, or clubs flying the Flag.
New Metric Hall, vintage, sport, touring, chopped , anything goes! Our downtown and waterfront areas mimic Dover with great views and fantastic food. If you want to make some money, have some fun and find that special part you need to finish your build. Do it by booking in, you are first in early and will find what you need.
Make It A Weekend! Doors open at 10am! At this event there will be: Double Rider Rewards Points. North Tonawanda, NY A 50 mile ride through Orleans County will follow!
HUGE paved parking lot! Great food, drink and entertainment. Weekly and monthly prizes to be awarded! This is an excellent part-time job that allows for schedule flexibility and to inspire new motorcyclists! Our locations are in West Seneca, Jamestown and Sanborn and we are hiring for all locations! Come and meet certified instructors to learn more about this opportunity and tour our West Seneca facility. Light refreshments will be provided.
Holland, New York, Bikes will start rolling in around 5: There will be four bands, theme baskets, food, beverages and more! May is Motorcycle Awareness Month! Join us in a fun mile ride to start getting everyone used to seeing us back on the road for ! More details on Cyberspokes. Stan's Harley Davidson W. Food will be available at the end of the run at Ken's Charcoal Grill. This is important to all bikers! Ride with us from Buffalo to The Capitol and fight for your rights!
It is critical that we peacefully demonstrate our determination to protect our freedoms both as citizens and as motorcyclists. It is also necessary to impress upon Albany in numbers that we ride and we VOTE, and we care about what happens with our government. The impact we can make on the state politicians is of great importance to our organization and to all motorcyclists across the state and nation. For times and details go to Cyberspokes. We need to keep this movement alive so the politicians will continue to acknowledge us as an increasingly influential voice within their voting districts.
This is your opportunity to speak directly with the politicians who have the power to make decisions that affect our rights.
Ride to Albany, and make a statement. Call Damian for exact times and more details at Live music will fill the restaurant, patio and parking lot weekly!
All bikes parked in the main lot will be judged and have a chance to win a Best Chrome, Best Paint or Judges Choice award which will include a gift card from the Armor Inn! At the end of 4 weeks we will feature all the Best Bike winners and invite them back to be judged again for the chance to win the Radical Ride Trophy courtesy of Hard Tales Magazine.
There will also be a food eating contest where you will eat against the clock for 97 seconds to try and clear your plate before your competitors. We will be having the chicken wing eating contest but also mixing it up this year and will have a corn on the cob, watermelon and other foods you can eat to win an Armor Inn prize pack.
Get some friends together and come grab a craft beer paired with some delicious food all summer long, with our wide selection of beers and all new menu there will be some something that everyone will want to indulge in. Dedicated Motorcycle parking in our large paved parking lot. Hang out on the massive foot outdoor patio, complete with flaming fire pits!
Parts for motorcycles, cars, trucks or whatever! Food, beer and more. More info on Cyberspokes. Indoor and outdoor spaces available! First cars get a Dash Plaque! Clean out your garage and get some cash! Our Demo Ride Event is the best way to try several different Harley-Davidson motorcycles and find your perfect match. Take a test ride on the Harley-Davidson motorcycle lineup, including touring models featuring the new Milwaukee-Eight engine.
Just show up with your motorcycle license and enjoy a weekend of food, music and bikes. Demo Rides 9am- 4pm, Fashion Show. Demo Rides 9am-4pm, O. More details will be listed on Cyberspokes. We sponsor and hold fundraising events for various Public Safety and U.
Military and Wounded Warriors Charities. Military Veterans and we also plan and participate in fun rides and events of other charitable organizations. We strive to set an example of good Citizenship for our youth of our Nation.
T-shirt guaranteed to first 60 riders! For more info contact Lew or Jim Come and spend some time with friends or make some new ones all for a good cause! Registration starts at 10am with Kickstands up at 12 noon sharp. Phone Jr at or Luis at Kickstands up at 10 am. BACA is a non-profit, C-3 tax exempt organization that exists to provide aid, comfort, safety, and support for children that have been sexually, physically, and emotionally abused.
Food, vendors, basket raffles and more! All Bikes are welcome! After Party at Newton Abbott Grove. We reserve the right to refuse entry. Off of East, top of the Hill, left hand side. We are a fun group of adult riders that do dice runs, camping, Seasonal Sunday Breakfasts, and more! Club can rented for private events.
Do you have someone on the Wall? The Wall of those we Love and Miss. A Weekend get-together to Hang! Rainman will be there blasting tunes all weekend. For the Bikers, By the Bikers. It's a Place to be Free! It's on Top of the World. A Campgrounds with trails, plenty of shade, and two beautiful spring-fed Ponds, one to Swim in and one to Fish!
Two Great Destinations in one place! Only 3 miles from down town Springville, NY. Registration begins at This is a dice run with stops at several American Legion Posts in the area. Cost includes coffee and donuts in the morning and all you can eat Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Italian Sausage, and one beverage upon our return in the afternoon. Entertainment by Americana band "Alibi Pass". American Legion Post is sponsoring this run to raise funds and awareness for WNY Veterans who need assistance in our local area.
This is a great way during the Memorial Day weekend to help out veterans who have sacrificed so much for us to enjoy the holiday, and to thank them for their service to our great country.
Please come out and support our Veterans! For more information, please contact Ron Kelly at Orchard Park, New York Mike was a member of the Lake View Volunteer Fire Department who passed away as a result of injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident 8 years ago. Over the years we have chosen a number of different charities to donate the proceeds to. Last year we decided to make the "Make a Wish" Foundation of W.
There will be multiple stops for food and refreshments along the way, with the last stop at St. Vincent's Cemetery to introduce Mike to his new friends that have joined us for the ride in his memory. Registration will be from 9: The after run party starts at 4: The registration fee includes dinner and a commemorative pin.
Pre-registration is available at a discounted rate. Raffle tickets are available now. This run has not only been designated as the "safest motorcycle run" in Western New York but, last year had the distinction of being the largest registered run in the area.
All experienced and novice riders are welcomed! For questions and ticket information, contact P. You do not need to have been or need to be an active member in our Armed Forces to ride. This ride is open to everyone who wishes to take part in honoring the memory of those who have not returned from military duty and to celebrate the freedom we all share because of it. Please feel free to invite your friends and family.
Then join us at 1pm for the after-party at The Varysburg Hotel. American Legion at 1 Legion Dr. East Aurora, NY They are hosting a chicken barbecue in the afternoon. This event is open to everyone. Police Escorted Free Ride. Contact Michael McGuire at Where Andy of Mayberry meets Easyriders.
If you are attending on anything more than 3 wheels park out front. There will be a number posted to call and receive a ride down the entrance road. Room at the club house for bikes and trikes only.
The clubhouse is located at North Ridge road rt. Our annual fundraiser for the Eric Laufer Music Scholarship, aiding music programs and young musicians locally in the NY state area. We will be proud to present this year's scholarship winners to you at the event! It is a family orientated event. Kids are welcome and are free under The motorcycle run starts at Noon, followed by a fundraiser Registration starts at After riding about miles of the beautiful scenery that is the Southern Tier, enjoy dinner back at the Post, a cash bar, basket raffle, door prizes, and entertainment from 4 to 7 PM by "2nd Identity".
The Volunteer Riders Group endeavors to promote, support, and provide assistance to the Members and families of our Community the United States Military, Law Enforcement, Fire Fighters, First Responders, and Patriots We also support and provide assistants to the elderly, disabled and other charitable organizations that provide a service and or benefit our Nation, our State and the WNY Community. Please contact John or Whyne MotorCycles, Cars, Trucks no matter what you ride or drive.
Call or or We would love to see as many officers as possible. Please join us in remembering and honoring all officers lost in the line of duty. Each year, between and officers are killed in the line of duty and their families and co-workers are left to cope with the tragic loss. Join us after the ride at Kodiak Jack's in East Aurora for live music, food, drinks, raffles and fun!
Come in and try out all the Harley Davidson models available. Experience the new Milwaukee Eight engine! You invitation to ride! The bike run will leave the Grove at Beer, wine, pop and a chance at great door prizes. There will be a giant Chinese Auction, along with other raffles. Contact Jim or Kelly DAV provides free transportation to VA medical facilities for injured and ill veterans. Enjoy a scenic ride through Niagara County. To benefit Veteran Charities.
A day of tribute to veterans, first responders and shelter heroes! Kickstands up at 9AM. For the last 3 years, all proceeds that we gain are donated in Alex's name to a local junior fire fighter program. The first year his home department - Harris Hill Vol.
Fire Department was the recipient. The second year, U-Crest Vol. Fire Department received the proceeds, and last year the recipient was the Newstead Vol.
Alex was a junior fire fighter with the Harris Hill Fire Department whose life was taken too soon. With help from Alex's family, the Red Knights Chapter 47 holds a motorcycle ride in his name every year. We are combining his love of motorcycles and firefighting to help his name live on. Lineup will begin at 11am and kick stands up will be at 1pm. There will be a mile ride with a few stops along the way.
All are welcome to the after party to partake in fellowship and good times. Tattoo booth, vendors, door prizes and biker games! Free primitive camping Saturday night. Portion of the proceeds to benefit St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital. All you Few Festers and Wellsvillians, come on out, stuff your face, rock the night away, party your Ass off and pass out safe and sound. Changing up the menu this year with a good Ol' redneck OX Roast prepared by the master of the flame, Bandana!
Live music and Double Rider Points! Payout for highest and lowest roll! Help fund their mission to save lives and give hope to those affected by suicide. Thank you for your support! Registration time is Seneca Blessing to precede a ride through the "Hills of the Southern Tier". Refreshments, T-Shirt and Dinner are included in your registration.
Phone Klint Nephew at Saturday June 17, - "Louis J. Vendors, raffles and more are included. Bike Run is 8: Run ends at the Raffle Party at Chef's Restaurant. Motorcycle will be on display in Chef's Restaurant lobby and tickets can be purchased at Chef's or by calling Empire Animal Rescue Society receives dogs, cats, puppies, kittens, bunnies and other furry friends in need of homes.
All motorcycles and autos welcome! Bring a donation of food or litter and you will be entered into a special drawing! Kickstands up at 11 am. Come and meet our Warriors and enjoy a fun-filled weekend June for all ages. LEEK Hunting and Mountain Preserve is a completely volunteer-run facility dedicated to offering therapeutic outdoor programs for wounded veterans with all levels of disabilities.
Phone Ed Fisher at Get a sitter for the youngun's. Throw your leg over the scooter and head out to the "Burg". For more info go to Cyberspokes. Monday June 19, - "26th Annual Ride To Work Day" This global event aims to raise awareness of the benefits of daily motorcycle and scooter transportation.
Cars take up more space than motorcycles and generate a larger carbon footprint. Riding a motorcycle can facilitate a faster commute and provides an entertaining start and end to a person's day. The first Ride to Work Day occurred in May and has gained continuous popularity since then. In , the Ride to Work organization was founded to advocate for more people to ride their motorcycles daily. Motorcycle Safety School is offering a free MSF Introductory Motorcycle Experience course to any interested publication who would like a firsthand riding experience.
To redeem this offer or inquire about more information, please contact Joel Duarte by phone at Sponsored by the Legion Riders of Post Bring out your bikes for some great food, drink and music! Tim Britt will be performing! With an engaging personality, and vocals that range from a soft vibrato to a raspy rocker, from an operatic falsetto to a mellow baritone, this solo acoustic act continually proves he can entertain a vast audience, and never fails to impress.
His original songs have an appealing style of honesty with bluesy undertones, and range from love songs, to contagious crowd sing-alongs. Motorcycle and car parts, gigantic flea market, snack bar, BBQ, vendors, crafts, antiques, collectibles, beer and music! We will open on Friday after Noon for everyone to come check out the vendors and then have a party in the Midway that night with live music right by the 12 Gates Brewing Co.
Cars, Bikes, Trucks welcome! If you are into classics or imports this is the show for you!!! Get a photo with any one of our beautiful Body Shop girls with you and your car or bike! Wizard's Photography will be printing 8x10s live on site!! Nokturnal, Evolution, Ghost Crew. This event is guaranteed to deliver! The event kicks off at 4pm car show ends at 9pm but we will be partying all night long!
All the fun is at William St. Phone Bill Indelicato Kickstands up at Noon. Run will be around miles. Includes food and music! Payout for high and low roll!
Phone Justin Robison A portion of the proceeds to benefit Juvenile Diabetes. Jony James is overflowing with soul. It drips down from his hands onto his guitar, in lyrically urgent bends and intense ethereal assaults.
It pours out through his weathered, leathery voice, telling vivid, open-minded tales of a tumultuous life. His jovial, yet pensive nature is evident in both his music and stage presence. Proceeds to benefit Roswell Park. In Loving Memory of Dick Gielski. Chinese Auction and Split Club. The Regent Riders are more than just a motorcycle club. We are a family. Our members range from early 20s to late 70s and ride a variety of different cycles; from BMWs to Suzuki's, Harleys to Hondas, Triumphs to Yamahas and many others.
If you have a love of riding as we do, then we'd love to have you check us out and see what our club can offer! Call Don George or Paul Pulley Bike, car, truck or whatever!
No long faces or somber demeanors or you're out of here! Bring your favorite pictures of Ruthie to put on The Wall! Free camping June 30th and July 1st. Ruthie will be watching over us as we ride. On June 1st the biker community suffered a monumental loss, Ruth Grottanelli. No words can express the sorrow felt by us all. We all looked up to her and many of us started riding because of her and Grott. She will be sorely missed. This is a judged show! Best of Show and Special Awards. Live music by Kathy Lynn and The Playboys!
Food, drink and fun! Portion of the proceeds to benefit Children's Charities. Arrive together and park together! Park your vehicle next to your vending space! Hamburg Fairgrounds in Hamburg, New York. Orchard Park, NY Right down the street from New Era Field!
Bikes, Bands and Beer Tent! GHD celebrates its 70th birthday! Live Music from Noon to 10pm! Hotdogs and softdrinks from If you missed last year, you missed a hell of a party. For the uninitiated, VBR is an art and motorcycle show. We also feature some amazing hot rods and kick ass live music with Los Pendejos. The show will be bigger and better this year.
We've got more space we will be filling with over 40 invited builders, artists and vendors. Food, drink, vendors and great music! Updates will be listed on Cyberspokes. Buffalo, New York The registration cost covers a meal at the end of the run.
Contact Big Guns MC: Sunday July 9, - "4th Annual Jeanie L. Kickstands up after The Blessing. Dice rolls for cash prizes at the following Legions: Hinsdale, Allegany, Ellicottville, Machias, and Portville. Charity Event to Benefit St. Jude's and Scholarship Fun. Expected to draw in excess of , motorcycle enthusiasts from across the country, Roar on the Shore has exploded on the national rally scene, experiencing unprecedented growth in its first nine years, boasting no gate fee, free headline concerts every night, free celebrity meet and greets and free stunt shows, in addition to 10 scenic rides including a celebrity-led bike parade to showcase all that the Erie region has to offer!
Updates will be posted at Cyberspokes. From Erie's spectacular bay front and Presque Isle State Park, on to North East's wine country and Chautauqua Lake, New York, riders will see some of the most beautiful scenery this part of the country has to offer.
Call or Vendors, Draft Beer, Food and more. Those familiar with our past event, The Widg Memorial Run know the food will be fantastic, entertainment outstanding and the laughs neverending. We are hopeful the event will bring people together to heal, smile and remember the man who lost his life in a tragic accident on July 14, On route , if you see the Norco Propane place, it is the brown cabin looking house up on the hill. This is where Jason had wanted to move the shop. Right at the end of the and up on the hill just outside of Springville, NY.
It's easy to locate with a great view! Complimentary coffee is served and breakfast will be available. Reverend Carl Yount will send us off with a blessing and kickstand up at high noon. Live entertainment by "Straight Up" begins at 7: Proceeds from donations and raffles will benefit Hospice of Buffalo, NY. Let's all get together for a great cause, great ride and the best friends on earth. The mile ride kicks off at 11 am from Owego and then will stop in Groton, NY for gas and food, before it continues on to the American Legion in Hannibal, NY, where there will once again be food and entertainment…The ride is free and is open to the public.
Please register on the day of the ride. For more info, Contact: Danny , Bill or Harvey Come check out the stunt shows, music, food and fun. Check out special sales in the store! Jason Britton is the only athlete experienced enough to say he was doing stunting before he was cool. He's still grinding away at the pegs, leaving his mark on the asphalt and reminding everybody that he was here first. No bike entry before 5: Reserved parking for all Military Vets.
Due to limited space, and public safety, no slingshots will be admitted, but they are welcomed at the Canal Fest Car Cruise on Wednesday - July Kickstands up at noon. They are a c 3 not for profit organization serving the needs of Western New York's veterans and their families.
Contact Mike Murray The California Sidecar Trailer there doing demo rides of their trikes! Argo XTV doing demos of their amphibious vehicles! Chicken BBQ, beverages and music! Buffalo Choppers is a full service motorcycle shop! We do everything from custom builds to crash repair to service on all makes and models of motorcycles.
Our vision is to give the best mechanical service in Western New York and to build custom motorcycles that define our idea of what 'high performance' means. Owner, Tom Will, has years of experience and has completed schooling at the Harley Davidson Headquarters. Tom and the Shop have received many awards in local and wider area shows. Rain or shine, ride or drive!
Registration 9am to Customs Dark Custom Bike Unveiling! Beer tent, food trucks and live music! It is Christmas in July! Ride with Santa and Mrs. Claus in a Motorcycle Motorcade. Secure one or more of the toys provided to your cycle for the ride to Cradle Beach Camp for Kids. Rte 5 Derby for door prize drawings. For info call Gary This is a day to recognize the longest running model line of H-D.
Dealership open Sundays in July only!
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