Calling All Bad To The Bone Motorcycles To A New Great Bike Show In The Lone Star State!

The Lone Star Rally in Galveston, Texas (november 3-6) is going to celebrate 10 years and will debut its first annual All Star Roundup Bike Show.

Hosted by Jay Allen, founder of the Broken Spoke Saloon, and organized by Dakota of Dakota Classic Cycles and Motorcycle Cowboys, this event promises to be one of the most prestigiously attended and cool bike shows in America. Celebrity judges to be announced.

The November 5th event will feature killer awards and lovely trophy Texas girls. Limited time 10th Anniversary special $10 online registration until October 20, 2011. Regular registration fees are $20 online and $25 at the rally. Register online until November 1, 2011 at Lone Star Rally Roundup.

13 Responses to “Calling All Bad To The Bone Motorcycles To A New Great Bike Show In The Lone Star State!”

  1. 1 Kirk Perry Oct 19th, 2011 at 10:12 am

    The floating-G knows how to party. Grew up wild there.
    There’s peyote cactus fields near High Island off Engineer Road, but don’t rip the whole plant up out of the ground (like we did as kids), just slice the top off and pull-out the center fur. Chop it up in small pieces and put it in a pile in front of you. Then down a hand-full with Dr. Pepper®.
    Yea, it foams and taste bitter – and you’ll never feel like drinking Dr. Pepper again for several years.
    You don’t get “high” on peyote. You only see colors more vibrant – and draw from a deep well of mental strength while surfing. Popping-fun it tis’ mate!
    Welcome to Galveston and have a good time. 🙂

  2. 2 Jeff Nicklus Oct 19th, 2011 at 12:21 pm

    It is my understanding that the Lone Star Rally is now owned and operated by Easyriders. No doubt about it, this Rally packs the Island and a good time is had by all!

    Over & Out,


  3. 3 firewind Oct 19th, 2011 at 2:58 pm

    What happened to the Rats Hole Custom Bike Show??? It was the best thing that happened last year.

  4. 4 John Green Oct 20th, 2011 at 6:01 am

    Easyriders is not involved with the Lonestar Rally but it is a good party for sure.
    The Island is a great place.

    Cyril who let the hippie in here?

  5. 5 Kirk Perry Oct 20th, 2011 at 9:28 am

    Hey! 🙂
    Hippies built the island! Used to be a 32 mile sandbar, before we built that causeway. We had a hippie mayor and a hippie sheriff and Gal did what Gals do, got spoiled and went crazy. Everybody was/is involved. You see those dead-headed piers and pilings along beach blvd? Those were clubs. Ask a local about the Balinese Room. Ask the Texas Rangers about Galveston. They’ll have some stories. Strap on a diving mask and count the slot machines in piles down there.
    There’s more than Jax, Pabst and Lone Star that make up G-land…… believe-a-me.

  6. 6 Jeff Nicklus Oct 20th, 2011 at 10:58 am

    John Green,

    I think you are mistaken …. I was told directly that Easyriders is involved …. they may or may not be the owner of the event now, that I am not sure of, but they do have their hand in the pot some how. Not that that is a bad thing mind you.

    Over & Out,


  7. 7 John Green Oct 20th, 2011 at 4:36 pm

    Hey Jeff
    I can Promise you my source is better than yours LOL.
    Some of the crew from Easyriders Events helped manage that event when Ron got sick.
    Currently it is run by Melissa Penland who was once a co-owner of Easyriders Events and still has the Easyriders Roadware product Rights.

    Anyway no EZR hand in the pot on this one.

    Looks like this is going to be the biggest year ever don’t miss it.

  8. 8 John Green Oct 20th, 2011 at 4:39 pm

    You mean to tell me that Hippies built that bridge. I think I will take the ferry.

  9. 9 Jeff Nicklus Oct 20th, 2011 at 6:22 pm

    John Green,

    I will defer to your knowledge….I thought Melissa was still with Easyriders so naturally … well you know what assuming will do for you!.

    I thought Ron was booted …. maybe that made him sick??????

    Over & Out,


  10. 10 Wiz Oct 21st, 2011 at 5:23 am


  11. 11 John Green Oct 21st, 2011 at 5:57 am

    Melissa is still with Easyriders, she produces the entire line of Roadware and does all of the official Easyriders Event Merch but that has nothing to do with the Rally.
    Ron had a bout with cancer a few years back.
    Everybody knows about his battles with the city but those have long been resolved by Melissa.

  12. 12 Jeff Nicklus Oct 21st, 2011 at 1:17 pm

    “…….Everyone knows about his battles with the city……” AND with every vendor who didn’t kiss his butt … so my question is: Does Ron still have any affiliation with, or ownership interest in, the Lone Star Rally?

    I was told that he was “bought out” a few years ago and he has nothing to do with the rally any longer. ????

    Over & Out,


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