Daytona Biker Fusion For A Very Good Cause.









Don’t be mistaken by the pictures. Our industry is very serious and very efficient at raising money for different charities. And yesterday evening, off Main Street, at the Dog House/Hard Rock Roadhouse, all professionals of the industry present in Daytona gathered to raise money and show support for our soldiers and their families. The event was introduced on stage by Paul Cox and Billy Lane and once again Bruce Rossmeyer announced that he was matching dollar for dollar all contributions we made during the evening. Event promoter Carrie Repp thanked us by treating the V-Twin industry to fine food, Pink Vodka (it’s a brand and the vodka in your glass is not pink), and the presence…of very good looking women. 

12 Responses to “Daytona Biker Fusion For A Very Good Cause.”

  1. 1 Cj Hanlon Guilty Customs Mar 5th, 2008 at 12:12 pm

    cyril, as always great to see you at the event last night. And you hit it on the head with the statement that our industry is serious and very efficient at raising money for different charities. Regardless of the differences we have inside the business, we all have a common interest in helping others. This night was definitely one to remember!

  2. 2 Rodent Mar 6th, 2008 at 8:25 am

    it was the doghouse on main st, not the hardrock off main st. and brucie is still fat

  3. 3 Cyril Huze Mar 6th, 2008 at 11:18 am

    Rodent. On the Main Street side it is called “Dog House”. On the back side it’s called both “Road House” and “Hard Rock Road house”. I know, quite confusing. But we all made it to the party. Right?

  4. 4 rodent Mar 6th, 2008 at 12:23 pm

    Cyril, you go in the back door but I’m allowed in the front in the main entrance

  5. 5 Olly D Mar 6th, 2008 at 5:05 pm

    Very nice.
    No wonder CJ thought it was a night to remember. I’d be remembering those ladies for months or years probably, at my age.
    I’ll be free for the next one, I wont make any noise, I promise.

  6. 6 Cyril Huze Mar 6th, 2008 at 5:19 pm

    Rodent. Artists always enter discretely by the back door.

  7. 7 Cj Hanlon Guilty Customs Mar 7th, 2008 at 12:04 am

    Olly D….try not to make those heavy breathing noises when you get as close as i did to these beauties…..i just had to remember that i have daughters their ages! Yikes! Good to see a good N.C. girl tied for first too since i’m a NC boy!

  8. 8 David Mar 10th, 2008 at 11:45 pm

    Did any of these girls work at the Emperor’s Club in D.C. ?

  9. 9 B Mar 11th, 2008 at 9:19 am

    Bruce did not say he would match dollar for dollar to the crowd. He said he’d donate what was needed to reach the $10,000 mark. It was already around $9000. Whoopie! Would love to know what he really ended up giving. Where was the female representation of the builders? Was not well organized….

  10. 10 B Mar 11th, 2008 at 9:27 am

    By the way….

    Daytona is suckier and weaker than ever. Vendors are dying. Crowds are smaller than ever. Destination Harley is way overhyped. Are these really bikers who go to this rally? More like beach goers on motorcycles. It has no identity anymore. Just everyone trying to rape it for every nickle and dime available. And don’t blame it on the economy! Daytona sucks!!! If you go to Daytona, don’t go during bike week.

    And next time you fill the stage with “bike builders”, kick that ass hole who owns Biker Design off the stage. What the f**k was he doing up there? He’s a liar and a thief!

  11. 11 Brandon Mar 11th, 2008 at 9:31 am

    Hey. i was there. I don’t know about the money raised but for sure there was at least 3 female builders on stage (not visible on the picture, not wide enough): Jody Perewitz, Sara Liberte, Athena. And I think it was very well organized.

  12. 12 madpuppy Mar 14th, 2008 at 11:57 am

    C`mon B, Don`t hold back ! Tell us your true feelings ! lol

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