Not Just Another Bike Meet

This past weekend here in Florida was a busy one for motorcycle enthusiasts. Within a 100 mile radius of the shop, there must have been a dozen meets to choose from. Me? I chose the VJMC (Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club) meet in Brooksville on Saturday. The ride there and back was longer than the event ride for me but considering there was everything from old onda SuperHawks to 1964 Ducati 250’s (all in immaculate condition I might add) the group rides can sometimes take awhile, even though they’re only 50 or 60 mile group rides.

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CBX sporting a gorgeous set of Denco’s.
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1964 Ducati 250 Scrambler. She looked great and sounded even better.

I’ve never been on a VJMC ride before which was a big reason for me choosing it over the other events. It won’t be my last. The level of enthusiasm and professionalism all the riders had was really something to see. These guys and gals really do “ride em, don’t hide em.”

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2015 AIM Expo Day 1

Just got back from the last vendor day at the 2015 AIM Expo. Saw some awesome custom vehicles and products today. Everything from an amphibious vehicle ready to help you hunt and fish to Polaris Ranger’s decked out with 1000w sound systems, 6″ lifts, and lights brighter than the Sun. Got to meet some incredibly nice people and make some connections to bring you all some new quality products in the future.

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The camo’d Gibbs Sports quadski XL with a bow mount. Ready to help you hunt and fish all on the same trip. (www.gibbssports.com)

One of these was Super ATV (www.superatv.com). We’ll soon have some heavy duty diamond plate bumpers, doors, a-arms, and more from them to help you make your Ranger yours.

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This beautiful motorcycle by BMW Motorrad (www.bmw-motorrad.com/com/en/fascination/nineT_heritage/path22/main.html) appeals to the beach bum in us all.

Tomorrow marks the first day for the public to be allowed into the AIM Expo. We’ll be out there again to see who else we can meet and the custom motorcycles that keep us in awe. Keep a look out for us and most importantly ride safe everyone.

-Ryan