Knuckle Shuffle. A Fun Ride To Raise Money For The Kennedy High School Chopper Class

Kevin “teach” Bass is the high school metal teacher whose life is dedicated to offer his students a better and richer education through motorcycle building. Every year Kevin relies on the generosity of the custom motorcycle industry to help him keep his class alive and welcomes any support that can be provided under the form of donations and custom parts to support his students new bike projects.

This year he is the organizer of a Knuckle Shuffle Ride Weekend set for June 3-6th, starting on Friday by an Open House to the Chopper Class (3-6.30 pm) followed on Saturday & Sunday by a fund raiser ride with friends of S&S Cycle. To participate, price is set at $25 per person, all proceeds going to Kennedy High School chopper class to help the kids build new choppers.

There will be two routes one leaving from The Ole Piper Inn, Lakeville, MN and the other from The Shed 2776 S 34st Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Both rides will converge on Yuba, Wisconsin.  We will  converge on the Full Throttle Bar, where we will have a street party, bands, burnouts and fun.  Sunday a Plant tour of S&S Cycle. in Viola, WI. First 200 Paid registrants will get a Knucklehead Zipper pull courtesy of Zip-U. To register, go to Knuckle Shuffle Ride. (picture from archives)

3 Responses to “Knuckle Shuffle. A Fun Ride To Raise Money For The Kennedy High School Chopper Class”

  1. 1 Walt Lumpkin Apr 23rd, 2011 at 11:30 am

    If I’d had a Kevin Bass for a teacher 45 years ago I might have made something of myself.

  2. 2 john grant Apr 24th, 2011 at 11:34 am

    School shop teachers are my hero’s .Kevin sets a fine example of a teacher’s desire to do all they can for there students. 7 th grade i got an A in metal shop . I didnt think i knew anything , My teacher saw different. School shop classes are important . And deserve all the help they can get. Great work kevin. I am proud to know you . I will keep my eye out for the next part you may need. Way to go Teach . John

  3. 3 Kevin "TEACH" Baas Apr 29th, 2011 at 10:47 am

    Thanks and i look forward to a great turn out for the event..remember “It’s for the Kids”

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