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Got this from one of the boys in the HCCA Club
(believe it or not)
Thu, 09 Jul 1998 15:57:05 -0700
James Nathan Post email@example.com
POSTSCRIPT PUBLISHING COMPANY
James Nathan Post wrote:
Hello, I have enjoyed your B.A.D. site (I'm a former combat pilot too,
UH-1C's in Vietnam.)
I found the site looking for information about George Foreman's early
years, as I am writing a biographical screenplay about Job Corps boxing
coach Doc Broadus, who first trained him at the Pleasanton center -- and
who almost certainly worked with Mr. Hemp.
Might you be able to offer me any kind of recollection or anecdote about
George and Doc Broadus that might contribute toward such a film?
James Nathan Post
Las Vegas NV
(Please use my AOL address to reply: JamesNPost@aol.com)
Thanks for your kind words. Being the combat pilot you were means a lot to me, THANK
YOU for your efforts in Vietnam! I would or will be glad to help if I can.
Doc Broadus talked to my dad just a couple of weeks ago on the phone, yes - my dad
did get George to Doc Broadus to start his training. My dad was amateur middle weight
boxing champ in the Army Calvary (under Patton) or Army Air Academy in his divison.
He was one of the first 3 Mr. America's in 1939 at age 19 the first year it was held. In
1940 they went to one. They are now back to 3 again.
I tell you this because it was while my dad was giving a lecture on his being Mr. America
& physical fitness, boxing, healthful living, etc. in Oregon to the Oregon Job Corp group
that George came up to him afterwards & they talked. George was cutting wood, his
reputation as the toughest kid & street fighter was already a legend in the camp. My dad
was VERY IMPRESSED with him & as he also as German growing up after the 1st
ww in Easton PA. was also a great street fighter. He didn't speak English till he was 7
My dad got him transferred to the Pleasanton at George's request. And eventually to
Doc Broadus (who was a champ himself!) shortly after that.
There were 13 directors in a 2 yr period before my dad took over in Pleasanton & later Pittsburg CA.
He was director for over 10 years I think. He
developed a deep respect between himself & the rest of the staff & Job Corps
constituents. 1) after being run down (attempted murder) & hit by a car & surviving &
refusing to press charges. 2) facing down a street mugging = standing toe to toe & gun
to gun right outside the Pittsburg facility (he said quote) " I am going to count to 3, you
can turn & leave - I will not shoot, I will not call the police. at 3 or sooner you better
shoot because I am going to kill you on 3! The mugger turned & fled, my dad kept his
word. It spread into the community - all knew they could tell him anything & knew his
word was iron. 3) An enormous disgruntled parolee burst into the front business office
and past his secretary & into his office with a machete shouting "I'm gunna take your
head off!" My dad on the phone paused, said just a moment please - raised his 44
magnum 4" & pointed it in his face as his arm was raised to strike & told him " FREEZE!
If you move even one muscle I WILL KILL YOU!" The guy froze till dad finished his
converstation & until the Sheriff arrived. The whole staff was looking on. I asked him, if he
had flinched would you have killed him - he said absolutely & he knew it! He said they had to put him away
as he was a mental case & he was just glad he didn't harm his secretary on the way in.
My dad has had a series of strokes, can't talk well at all, can't read or write anymore, it
is really sad. He just turned 78. It will be hard to get stories from him (he has many
trapped in his brain) but his wife Getty might be able to help if he can bring up the
subject so she can remember an event.
George himself might rememeber some .... people get rich & famous, move on & forget
those many times that were there on their road up. George was so talented he would
probably have made on his own anyway without the Job Corps or Doc Broadus.... so
maybe those years aren't very important to him.
I just got the word that Harley has issued a recall on all FLH model bikes
(except the new Road Glide I think) from 1994 to 1998 to have the ignition
switches replaced with the new one.
Thanks to all of you who called Bob Young of the DOT per my request. The
number of cases Bob documents was enough to convince Harley to do the recall.
As soon as your local dealer gets a supply of switches you can have the
replacement done; that should be in a few weeks.
Thanks again for all your help!
your Midipage is Amazing!
Sat, 20 Jun 1998 00:07:57 EDT
Loved your pages!!!!! Man, you must be BUSY people!!! Also was happy to hear
you come to Sturgis, SD for the Rally. I live in Piedmont..... about 10
minutes from Sturgis!!!! I have a question for you... can I save your Midi'd
and use them on my own pages?
Thanx again for a great time... Yakkety Sax was mine and my Dad's song. he
passed away last winter, I was mazed to hear that song again!!!!!!
Re: your Midipage is Amazing!
Sat, 20 Jun 1998 01:03:16 EDT
Thanx again!! My sister is surfing your page right now, I told her how neat it
was! Maybe when you come up this way for the rally, we will bump into one
another! HA!!!! But seriously, I do enjoy your page, and plan to check it out
often. Mine isn't that wonderful, I am just learning, and everything doesn't
work just right so far... Feel free to check it out anytime!
Cordially~ Cindy Miller
RE: your midi page is awewsome
Sat, 20 Jun 1998 12:13:04 EDT
Dave and Becky-
Gee wiz, I am such an amatuer. Okay, I have cut and pasted the URL directly
from my browser window when my page was open, and also included a hyperlink,
but I am not sure if the link will work unless you are on AOL.
Did you hear Lynrd Skynrd will be playing at Buffalo Chip this year? It
is going to be great to see them in person. I can understand you not making
the trip every year. I have never been on a long motorcycle trip. When I
first met my husband he had a Sportster. We loved it and rode it often. I
loved for him to give it some "pepper" when going under bridges!! Anyhow, we
sold it and our trailer to buy a house. As soon as I am finished with school
and am working again we plan to buy another "ride."WHen you come up do you
come just the 2 of you or with others?
Well, enough for now, the little one needs Mommy to cook him an egg!!!
Have a great weekend.
Have posted your site in our Cool Links Room
Also, thanks for all the kind words!
Fri, 19 Jun 1998 07:55:23 -0500
firstname.lastname@example.org (Bob Broten)
Its been awhile. are you going to Sturgis this year??? I uploaded a new
pic on my home page at: http://home.earthlink.net/~rbroten
I did not go to the Milwaukee 95th which is only an hour from here. I went
away on business to the West coast and visited family. I think the weather
for it was great.
Hope the past year has treated you well.
Thu, 18 Jun 1998 09:45:41 -0400
"THE RAT'S HOLE GANG" email@example.com
THE RAT'S HOLE CUSTOM CHOPPER SHOWS World Wide http://www.ratshole.com
Dr. Those are great pictures.. Some day I will try the frames etc.. I'm
still learning.. Not Good But little bit..
Along time ago I asked for you snail address.. I had something to send
you which was kinda of funny at the time.. Please send same.. Thanks
The Rat's Hole Custom Chopper Shows
P.O. Box 11-111
St.Petersburg, Florida. 33733
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OCEAN CENTER WEST LOT
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Biketoberfest Daytona Friday Oct.23rd '98
Order your Rat's Hole Products here
HOG Riders Welcome!
Tue, 16 Jun 1998 14:28:31 -0700
David Schwoegler firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dear H-D Riders:
The event below has been successful the past two years primarily because of
HOG riders who HAPPENED BY during a weekend run.
This is a formal invitation to join us. Folks from your chapter will be
welcome, appreciated--and controlled parking is plentiful. It's fun,
scenic, cheap and helps an entire community that's smaller than your
chapter. Admission is free; most stuff cost a buck.
Additionally, we asked one of the locals to display his H-D, on which he
set the world's motorcycle speed record--in excess of 170 mph. If he can
make it again this year, there will be no charge to talk, check out his
bike or take pictures. It's that kind of community; he's that kind of guy.
Thanks for your consideration,
David Schwoegler - Event Volunteer
High-Altitude Chili Cook-Off
More people attend a high-school football game than live in ALL of Alpine
County -- the tallest and smallest among California's 58. Located above the
5600-foot level in the Sierra Nevada, Woodfords Station will host a
two-day, non-sanctioned chili cook-off. The former Pony Express stop is
located where Highway 88 meets Highway 89, near Markleeville, CA.
Called the "Third Annual Woodfords' Community Fair and County Chili
Challenge," admission is free; tasting kits with a ballot to vote for a
winner are a buck, as are the beers. The event includes a local craft show,
food booths, cheap drinks, continuous stage entertainment, arts, antiques,
collectables and more. Proceeds benefits a handful of organizations,
including volunteer fire-fighters and the search-and-rescue squad.
The dates are September 19 & 20, from 10 A.M..- 5 P.M. Saturday hosts
separate events for professional and amateur cooks. Sunday pits those
winners against each other.
The Chili Challenge is VERY UNIQUE destination-dining -- more so for the
destination than the dining. This a "must do" if you've never visited
Alpine County. Markleeville is a scenic gem with many pristine, back-road
areas for hiking, touring and water-recreation, where the air and the
population are very thin. From Labor Day until the first snow, visitors
find the best weather, loveliest vistas and lightest traffic. Food prices
and room-rates are great values.
It's also the namesake for the "Markleeville Death Ride," a bicycle race
over five Sierra mountain passes held during summer's heat. The race begins
near Lake Tahoe at 6200 feet. It follows a road that goes nearly straight
up, then gets steeper, covering 128.6 miles with 16,310 vertical feet of
climbing. More than 2700 bikers participated last year and raised $177,000
for the mountain hamlet. Most lived.
For tie-in activities, the local hot springs or Lake Tahoe's south shore
are less than 30 minutes away. This travel tip from the local motel owner:
"About 10 o'clock the bears walk down the main street. We don't bother
them, and they don't bother us."
Directions: Take Highway 88 North from Stockton to Highway 89.
- Woorfords Station 530-694-2930
- Alpine Kids 530-694-2934
- Alpine County Chamber of Commerce 530-694-2475
Mon, 15 Jun 1998 03:43:20 -0700
"Tim Grabeal" email@example.com
04:25 PM ET 06/13/98
Harley's 95th birthday parade shakes Milwaukee
By Anne Schwartz -
More than 100,000 Harley-Davidson
riders descended upon this Midwestern hub of beer and bikes
Saturday to celebrate the 95th birthday of the only major U.S.
Riders of ``Hogs,'' as Harley-Davidson motorcycles are
called, started gathering at 3 a.m. for a parade from the
county stadium to Milwaukee's main lakefront park, closing the
Spectators, five-deep on overpasses, began lining up at 1
a.m. to get a look at the serpentine line of motorcycles that
made its way along Interstate 90/94 for miles.
The roar of the bikes shook overpasses.
``People from all over the world, here in our home town!''
Rosalind Elliot, 12, a Milwaukee resident, said while watching
the parade. ``I've never seen so many bikes in my whole life.''
Hogs have a cult-like following, and Milwaukee, where
Harley-Davidson Inc.'s has its headquarters, is the Harley
mecca. Milwaukee is also the home of beer giant Miller Brewing
Riders from across the United States and from as far away as
Japan, Australia and Brazil roared into town to see the
birthplace of their bikes. Spectators at the parade held signs
reading ``Welcome Home'' and ``Ride Loud, Ride Proud.''
The 8 a.m. parade was limited to 25,000 riders but the
freeway was still scheduled to be closed for 10 hours.
The parade was led by Harley executives, Wisconsin Gov.
Tommy Thompson, who rode one of the local police department's
Harleys, and celebrities like talk-show host Jay Leno, himself a
``I love this town,'' Leno told reporters. ``I come here for
a lot of Harley events. I rode in the 90th (anniversary), plan
to ride in the 100th, and the 200th will really be something.''
Harley officials in the parade included Willie Davidson, the
grandson of the manufacturer's founder, and Jeffrey Bleustein,
Harley's chief executive.
Despite the bad-boy image the name Harley-Davidson conjures
up, the average Harley owner is in his early 40s and has an
annual income of about $68,000.
In the Milwaukee area, 14 percent of Harley buyers are
women, though that number is said to be higher than the national
Harleys can be hard to come by. Waiting lists for new bikes
are as long as two years for popular models, and prices range
from $8,500 to $40,000 and higher. The company currently
produces about 132,000 bikes a year, but hopes to make 200,000 a
year by its 100th birthday.
The ``Feel the thunder Harley-Davidson Reunion Parade'' and
the party to follow on Milwaukee's Lake Michigan lakefront top
off a week of celebrations.
Riders formed five convoys last week in Orlando, Dallas,
Spokane, Wash., York, Pa., and Riverside, Calif., picking up
others along scheduled, cross-country routes to Milwaukee.
Police reported no problems associated with the celebration.
However, two riders died in traffic accidents in the Milwaukee
area, and alcohol was a factor in both.
The celebration was a boost to the local economy. When
Harley-Davidson opened registration for the event, 15,000 hotel
rooms were sold out in just four hours.
Harley-Davidson bucked claims that its bikes are becoming
too trendy by displaying huge orange billboards across the city
saying ``Fads don't have 95th birthdays.''
Just checking it out
Sat, 13 Jun 1998 14:26:22 -0600
"Justin Rowland" firstname.lastname@example.org
Just goofing around and stumbled on your page. Glad to see Hailey is
getting on the Web. Enjoyed your pages!
01:40 PM ET 06/11/98
Harley-Davidson fans head for Laconia, N.H.
By Gary Ghioto
LACONIA, N.H. (Reuters) - A little bit of Hog Heaven will be
created Friday as more than 200,000 Harley-Davidson fans roar
into a gritty New Hampshire town for the 75th annual Laconia
For 10 days the granddaddy of motorcycle rallies is expected
to generate plenty of loud noise, gas fumes and cash as
leather-clad men and women riding Harleys, or Hogs as the
legendary bike is called, blanket the blue collar town near Lake
``We have people from European nations, Asia, you name it,
coming to the state, for one reason. They're coming to this
event. And they are going to bring back great memories,'' said
Charlie St. Clair, head of the Laconia Motorcycle Rally and Race
The celebration of all things motorcycle includes pig
roasts, beer tents, tattoo and massage parlors, leather clothing
vendors and concerts. There will be contests for the best
looking motorcycle and champion bike babe.
By staid New England standards, the entertainment will be
risque with exotic dancers and bikini-clad models hawking an
assortment of goods in tents dotting the town.
The town's Hooters restaurant, which specializes in scantily
clad waitresses, will find itself competing for tourists's
dollars with a local bar featuring similarly undressed women
engaging in ``cole slaw wrestling.''
At the L.A. East House of Tattoo, skin and body piercing
''artists'' Rock Lamontagne and Dock West have their needles
sanitized and ready for around-the-clock duty. The event
provides a needed economic shot in the arm for local businesses.
``Bike Week pays all the winter bills,'' said Lamontagne,
who has owned the tattoo shop for 27 years.
But the tough-guy image of bikers is slowing evolving, St.
Clair said. He noted there will be an outdoor nondenominational
worship service and the annual Blessing of the Bikes at the New
Hampshire International Speedway in nearby Loudon, N.H.
New Hampshire State Police have promised to have at least
150 officers in the area during the festivities to supplement
the town's 33 police officers.
St. Clair is expecting between 200,000 and 225,000 people to
take part in the rally. As it gets larger, it is also growing
tamer, her said.
``We are seeing a lot of people bringing their families
here. We have motorcycle families that come here for the hill
climb and the races up at Gunstock.
And we are getting a lot of people who aren't motorcyclists
but come up to take it all in,'' St. Clair said.
Harley-Davidson Inc said its statistics show the the average
Harley owner is 43 years old, married and college educated with
a median income of $68,000.
The number of female Harley riders has quadrupled in recent
years, a spokesman for the only U.S. motorcycle maker said.
RE: FW: The GOOD, The BAD and The UGLY
Mon, 8 Jun 1998 10:25:29 -0700
Thom Brown email@example.com
"'C. David Hemp DDS Inc.'" firstname.lastname@example.org
"Doc Hog Delong (E-mail)" email@example.com
Geez Doc...mental telepathy or psychosis...I'm not sure which one. We were just wondering
whether you're going to Sturgis this year. We'll have a real entourage...seven bikes...14
people. Leave PDX 7/29 and spend some time getting over there. Going to stop in Jackson Hole
again. Be there the nights of 7/30 and 31. You should stop in at the Motel 6 in Jackson if
you're moving through. In Rapid City at the Sands of the Black Hills (now I think it's called
Knight's Inn right on Mt. Rushmore Blvd.) Sunday and Monday night. We might get down your way
this year...what is the address again? Let me know. Ice.
The Irwin-Hodson Company
I think I had the most fun .... relaxed time, sittin back in that chair on the lawn of those
cabins tryin to see Doc Hog make it up that ski trail, ...us with some good cigars & a
few beers, than with anyone else we ever met on the road in all 4 years we have made
the trip out & back! Of course Ice .... you wouldn't remember parts of that afternoon
- Hee-hee! You guys are a special group of friends! Hang on to it! Really good friends
are hard to come by!
We (Becky & Myself) are planning on leaving July 25 - have marked off 17 days - will
be staying in Custer State Park at the Games Keepers Lodge all but 2 days (when they
were already booked) when we will prolly have to move to cabin (reserved already - will
try to stay at Game Lodge if someone cancels) on Silvan Lake (still in the park) for the
Sunday & Monday nights when you will be there, & back to the lodge for another 2
nights. We were going to blast over & stay put for quite a long time since we've seen
everything to see there. Would love to have you stop in at the lodge & visit = will be
there on the porch of the lodge each afternoon .... belted into a chair on my 2nd case of beer by the
time you show up. Hee-hee!
Thu, 4 Jun 1998 14:45:12 -0600
"C. David Hemp DDS Inc." firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for the mail and your concern. Tornado was about 250 miles east of us, they don't get out here on the rolling plains very often. Will
be flying to Guards this week-end in Sioux Falls SD, I will fly over and check out the damage. Sure could use some of your rain. Beginning to
look as though we are going to have a drought out here.
I forwarded the male/female computer article, apologize for all the extra addresses, usually clean those up but was short on time.
Look forward ot seeing you guys this summer, and keep in touch.
why I ride
Sat, 30 May 1998 05:49:27 EDT
Bought my first harley this winter down in fla and truley agree with you
riding a harley. I am 54 years old and want to say and mean that I've been
there and done that.
Mon, 01 Jun 1998 21:34:37 -0400
Harvey Sernovitz email@example.com
Congratulations on a really delightful website. I've been surfin'
around H-D websites for quite a while; most aren't worth the time it
takes to scroll thru them. Yours is a grin from beginning to end. Except
for the dentistry stuff, of course. You two have aan obvious zest for
living! Ride safe.
Sun, 31 May 1998 01:05:23 EDT
Hey Doc and Becky,
Just haven't written to you in a while, and just wanted to tell you again how
much I enjoy your web page... I want to attach a picture of me and my riding
bro., Dave. This was the night before we left for Daytona ' 98. Had a great
time there, but he experienced the first rally jinx, that we all have when we
ride old scoots. He has gotten the bugs out now, and we are planning some
intense riding this summer.
We like to have froze our butts off in Daytona on Wednesday night. It got down
in the thirties, and our broke butts were sleeping in a tent... Not much warm
weather for Daytona, but there is always Biktoberfest in Oct.
Think about you and all the riders out there. I hope that everyone is safe,
and keep on riding.
James Westmoreland (GaMedic842@aol.com)
why I ride
Sat, 30 May 1998 05:49:27 EDT
Bought my first harley this winter down in fla and truley agree with your
riding a harley. I am 54 years old and want to say and mean that I've been
there and done that.
Conversation With Daniel "Coyote" Wolf.
Daniel Is an Antropologist that did his PHD disertation on Outlaw Biker Clubs (any club not part of the AMA). This gives a look into the origins of the current biker culture. This page was submitted by our bro "Sailor" Below this one, find an earlier one he sent on the origin of the early clubs too i.e. Booze Fighters, etc.
Sat, 23 May 1998 09:43:09 -0700
"doc hemp" firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an article submitted by our bro Sailor (a Legal Eagle). It is some of the already published material from the past where other bikers expound their views on the history & the origins of Out Law Bikers (when outlaw meant non-AMA, not criminal) If you are interested in this kind of thing you may want to read it. Some of it is repititious, long, some rough language ... etc. I am sure there are others that have differing opinions which they may want to send to us to put up in the reading room too.
Submitted by Bruce Hewston (BHEWSTOemail@example.com) April 12, 1993 (BFMC refers to the Boozefighters
Motorcycle Club.) The following is from my ex's dad who lived in Hollister; Wino, JD & Jim, Lance & Johnny Roccio, original
Boozettes; 2 HA books & Sonny Barger. BFMC was #1 when outlaw meant non-AMA not criminal. They created a real biker image
that newsmen then Hollywood fags perverted into the one wanabes worship. BFMC is riding 500 miles, winning races then having
so much fun all of the locals joined in. Perversion is dopers with Brando attitudes in biker drag! Frontier ethics persisted into the
60's: we welcomed risk as part of having fun. Men afraid of guns or motors were cowards not sensitive! Vets wanted the freedom
they'd earned & the fun they'd missed - fun like in Lee Marvin's part of The Wild One - and folk they saved didn't mind them having
it. Quarrels between different kinds of bikers didn't exist cuz everybody raced, toured, partied & bikes broke so often we depended
on each other. Weekly rags provided news & folk entertained each other. Talent made you popular, a motor made you a hero. Fairs
offered Prizes to attract guys who raced for pure fun plus "Pro's" who made a living racing. AMA only sanctioned profitable races;
"fun" races were "outlaw" races, run by outlaw clubs & anyone who raced for fun was an outlaw. In 46 The 13 Rebels rode to a
race at El Cajon. It was dull so a well-oiled Bro named Willy Forkner crashed the fence to join the main. The crowd loved it but
AMA did not: Willy went to jail & his bros left him there. So Willy nastied his rags & headed for the All American. The Biker image
was literally born there, on Firestone East of Central in South-Central LA: a meeting place for bikers. Willy, George Menker, "Fat
Boy" Nelson & Dink Burns went out to start a club that'd know how to have fun & found Walt Porter puking in a box. A name?
Walt gagged: "Booozefighters - aswha' dey mad about, yer Boozin 'n fightin" - a name right out of the gag box. That unique ability
to laugh at themselves let them accomplish things while having FUN. For years they toted a Gag Box & t o this day all real
Boozefighters have GB on their jersey to remind us to HAVE FUN! BFMC was an outlaw club because AMA refused to charter the
name. Most original members were racers so they sired Yellow Jackets. BOOZETTES (a separate women's club) held "outlaw" races
that became so famous JC Agajanian rode their success to open world-renown Ascot Park. Clausen's strokers pushed THE BRUTE
to 227 MPH (in 46!) under Keltor & Hunter, Lance won the Jack-pine & Jim Cameron not only won Catalina & Big Bear on BSAs but
pioneered the art of riding thru bars. Wino retired the side car trophy on JD's rig & the near win at Daytona on JDs factory Goose
took the Roccio boys to Europe (Johnny, an ex-rebel is still active). After warnings, one GB'r rode his hill climber through the
crowd. Police arrested him. Spectators gathered to protest. A Bro on a Triumph pushed through to ask what happened. The cops
ran him off - with his hand cuffed bro on the back! By the time the crowd let the cops thru they w ere gone! That's real class! It
involves people, makes them part of the joke not ducks. Hollister was like any Grapes of Wrath Ca. town. Boozefighters took it over
by having so much fun that everyone had to join in! Imagine 20 BFrs then 4000 bikers & then 50,000 citizens joining a party that
went down in history! That's what GB is all about! Dagwood is easy to intimidate. Making him party is the challenge! Then he's on
your side & welcomes you back. Hollister still hosts annual races & hill climbs . ..? Rags that got rich reporting WWII were going
broke for lack of news & bogeymen so reporters created both: paid Fat Boy (Jim cameron says it wasn't even Fat boy) to pose,
reported a riot & blamed it on BFMC. That sold so many rags they did it again: Rampaging BFrs cut wires & took over Riverside
only in the headlines! The sheriff published letters putting the lie on the slander but Boozefighter replaced Nazi on Dagwood's
dread list & Otto went home to clone the next bogeyman: HAMC. Then came T he Wild One. Marvin set his role on Wino but
Brando got the lead &, too dull to have fun let alone create it, taught 1000's of impersonators how to act. 20 years later Thompson
wrote: Boozefighters kicked off the riot that lead to THE WILD ONE but those most influenced identified with Brando vice Marvin.
The Market Street Commandos were in the grip of The Wild One when Rocky (a HA) from Berdoo was elected and .. soon 40
Angels were roaring around Frisco. In Oakland fans copied their HA patch, fans i n Chicago/Detroit copied Brando's logo, etc. &
the fraud grew, fed by the reporters & cops it served. Wannabes who'd spit on Elvis impersonators still unknowingly impersonate
Brando. Costumes got so good AMA couldn't tell fans from bikers & blamed the bad 1% so leading fans chose 1% on a diamond to
differentiate themselves from bikers like Wino - then went to war over who could wear it, provoking a cop attack on us all! By 1965
harassment made it impossible to wear colors in any city except Oakland .. the SanFran chapter dwindled from 75 to 11, the original
Berdoo chapter to a handful5. Til then bikers proudly displayed their colors. Wino proposed a green shirt with the familiar bottle on
the sleeve but the club voted a more distinct white racing jersey with kelly green sleeves, bottle on front & GB on the left sleeve,
then added the solid green sweater with the same logo & lettering. Many stenciled their clubs name/logo on their jackets in the
style copied by Brando but police torment forced Brando fans to adopt the now-standard hide-with-pride vests. Mean while, fag
became gay & cowards sensitive: Dagwood replaced John Wayne as role model & Hondas sold like hotcakes. That killed outlaw
races & took alot of the fun out of biking In 65 Monterey hosted a run. Two black pimps working the HA bar at closing got herded
to the beach by police. HA's demanded group rates, pimps called the cops, head lines about fiancees forced to watch as their brides
were gang raped sold alot of papers & H ollywood taught kids to impersonate Brando fans then dopers. Even wimps can buy
custom sleds to imitate hippy dopers so flocks of yups guided by a rag named for the flik, bought costumes & H-Ds to trailer
behind Winnebagos! Meanwhile, thin being in, MD's passed out Diet Pills that let Brando fans party like bikers. About 1968 the
supply dried up so they started making their own. Selling them let a few live like the dopers in Easy Rider: MCs turned into Major
Corp.s, infiltrated & run by dealers who used Bros as soldiers. That attracted RICO: let cops dupe clubs into wars that yielded
promotion-getting busts. Old bikers sat it out! They still rode & partied but wimp's eagerness to sue killed the events that attract
members so by 1988 few of the Hollister Crew remained. Loath to see the club die, they put an ad in EZ Rider, issued 30+ charters
then started weeding-out. My charter of 1 Nov. 1988 was #26. Few remain but that's more than in '87. Ignorant of their heritage, the
minority at Bean Blossom in 89 voted to imitate Wino impersonators: become a nation with Bluto patches as its uniform. The NE
Bros had an OK to use the HA configuration & refused to offend the HAs so Bluto chose the HA motif. That was a blunder:
Gossip said Wino started the HAs & BFMC had all the bags of a 1% nation so we looked like an HA invasion: Outlaws closed
Chicago, Indy & Dayton, Vagos our Long Beach chapter & we lived under such a cloud of terror some finally ousted King Bluto by
force! Hind sight proved we 'd be better off if original jerseys had remained the only "Official" Colors, leaving all else to local
option: We have had 0 1% trouble since Teach did just that. Weather outside S. Ca. requires jackets so most want patches but we
are not impersonators so we don't need 1% or Elvis suits. JD & Wino have been Bros for 50 years & more different guys'd be hard
to imagine. Why? Because each has abilities & assets the other respects. Wino started this club cuz the Rebels tried to tell him
what to do. In his first letter to me, he said: "I'm not trying to push any of my shit I don't give a damn what kind of bike you ride or if
you drink or not you're still a Bro to me". The club survived 45 years on that spirit & if we don't fuck it up trying to be conformists
or impersonators it'll go 100's more. If you wanabe 1% be the best: prospect a 1% club that's respectable. The only excuse to use
1% as a BFMC role model is ignorance. BFMC is a real Biker club; too busy having fun to conform to anybody el ses image! BFMC
is the club the original Berdoo HA's were modeled after. A movie about BFMC let a Berdoo HA start the Frisco HAs who were
copied by the Oakland HAs &c., &c. & the Outlaw's "Charlie" came right off Brando's back! These clubs have come along way,
created a reality of their own that they are proud of. And yes, we should respect them for being the best at their thing. But we
should not turn respect into emulation because we have a history of being the best at our thing: riding, having fu n & turning
bummers into mardi gra's! Mail-order? I got my charter from THE man who founded THE club that created the image they still copy.
T-shirt club? Is THE jersey worn by THE bikers their founders movie heros were trying to portray less elegant than a plagiarized
patch on a vest designed to hide? Dylan impersonating Elvis 'd be an insult to both. Boozefighters in 1% rags are an insult to both -
& 1%rs aren't famous for tolerating insult. Why make trouble? We are famous for turning bummers int o parties. If you wanna do
the opposite fer crissake join a club that specializes & earn some respect. I'm ashamed when bikers buy me beer 'cuz I didn't earn it.
The Originals paid for it, many with their health & some with their lives. It would be a horrible disservice to turn BFMC into a 1%
club, a yuppy, nostalgia or "Bros" club! The way to repay them is to keep their traditions: to ride, treat each other like family & have
so much fun others join in. If you have some other agenda expect alot of flak from Bros who what BFMC stands for! We dont talk
about making it the #1 club cuz that's already been done! BFMC is the #1 club, grandaddy of all! Let others compete for the title of
#1 Major Corporation or Brando impersonator. We respect them but we don't need to imitate them any more than Wilt the Stilt
needs to imitate a football star. We are the class in our league! Show it like Willy would have done: turn some bummer into a wild
celebration that everybody remembers, not vice versa. And when anybody buys your patches a beer, drink it to the original
Boozefighters; the real outlaw bikers that started it all.
I know I have been out of pocket for a while, but I have an explanation (not an excuse, as there are none).
You know that my bike is so old that it has stone wheels. I mean, hell, anymore an '88 is considered an antique, isn't it. But, I still
I had a very, very small oil seep under the front jug base gasket, not a problem (except to a perfectionist) but I decided in the
midst of El Nino to fix it. I got with old brother Dusty and were going to tear it down, and then in March we had the perfect
weekend, so I took it out of the shop and rode with the Motley Crew up the Feather River Canyon to Belden Town. We had a real
good time, and on Monday morning me and the bike reported back to Dusty for work. ( he said it was the first time anyone had ever
ridden one into his shop and then tore it down.)
You are aware, of course, that taking your motor apart, when it runs good, is like dismembering one of your children.
It looked awful, like a wounded hero having surgery. This was the motor that had hauled my fat butt from Little Rock to Merans,
New York and back to California. This was the motor that I had slept by in rest stops, that had (when I was single) taken several
young and beautiful ladies for rides, that had pulled me and everything I owned over the mountains, across the flatlands, up and
down the back roads and freeways of this great nation of ours. This was the motor that had been my constant companion for the
past ten years, this was the motor that survived being run over by a drunk guy in a van. My friend and ally (in doing get-aways) for
85,000 miles on the road. The one thing in my life that I never doubted would always be there for me.
The only problems I had ever had with that motor was : a blown rear head gasket at 800 miles (fixed by Jones HD in Little Rock);
failure of the rubber intake seals from using gasahol (a solid intake cured that); and a brain fart after it was hit (points solved that). I
left NY and the only tool I had with me was a Proto screw driver on my key chain for stubborn pop-top beer cans. I changed the oil
in Victoria, Texas, and the next time was in Chico,California.
This was rock solid motor and I had taken it apart. I was ashamed. Dusty thought I was an idiot!!
Here is what we found: The cylinders had no ring groove and no taper, they just needed honing and miched standard. The
pistons were cleaned with carb cleaner, you could see the machine marks on them still. Standard rings were so tight I though we
might have to gap them. Kenny (the Z Man) did the valves and all they needed was cleaning, kissed with a stone and re-seated. (I
resisted his tempting offer to do a "full job" and did a KISS - Keep It Simply Stock, or, Keep It Simple Stupid).
The only trouble area was the front head gasket, it might of only lasted one more year.
Now I was a happy camper. It turned over three times and fired up, gave one (and only one) puff of smoke from the oil in the
cylinders from assembly, and smoothed out. I took it for a ride, Yipeeee!
I got 300 miles on it and the rains returned. Now I am unhappy.
I had done two things that I believe contributed to the longevity of my engine, changed the oil regularly and warmed it up
completely before blasting off. Also, it IS the best engine that Harley has ever built. Willie G. told me that at Lake Leatherwood in
'89. He said if it wasn't the best Harley had ever made, I'll still be riding a Shovel Head. We are a long way from the AMF days.
So, my brother, if you have any pull (left) with The Most Merciful Almighty (or the weatherman -whoever is in charge of this
stuff) would you be so kind as to ask him to send El Nino back to whence it was it came. I NEED to ride my motorcycle.
Lets go to Bridgeport together!
Your's in Brotherhood.
The DOT wants to hear from any FLH/FLT owner who has had an ignition switch
failure. The switches can fail without notice while riding and the DOT
considers this a serious vehicle safety hazard. I have had 3 failures on my
bike. In July 1997 Harley-Davidson improved the contacts inside the existing
switches, but in January 1998 they replaced the switch with one which includes
the improved contacts, heavier gauge wires, and different solder sealant.
Prior to the January 1998 switch, the switches were #93A; the new January 1998
switch is #93B.
Bob Young of the Dot is the man in charge of the investigation. He can be
contacted at (202) 366-4806. He wants to hear from you and is gathering data
to determine if the bikes should be recalled and have the new switch
installed. You can also email him at RYOUNG@NHTSA.DOT.GOV.
The DOT has the official design change information, direct from Harley-
Davidson, on the switches. If anyone wants the information related to this
matter they can obtain it from the National Highway Safety Administration
(NHTSA) Technical Reference Division at (202) 366-4941. Tell them you would
like the public information related to investigations PE97-044 and EA98-009.
Sun, 10 May 1998 07:16:20 -0700
"Terry Rust " firstname.lastname@example.org
"Dave Hemp" email@example.com
Hempster: You guessed her chester. I did get the Waves. I don't have
time for that and yes I did save a couple of them and Yes I will have a
drink I need one pho sho.
I have tried to get my fax to work and sometimes it does and most of the
time it doesn't. I spent the whole friggen day and nite on it. Here it is
7AM and I will be at it again, I am bugging Gateway.
It looks like rain again. and by the way the Beave and I want to ride 3
flags with you guys and of course we can use your new trailer to haul them
to Mexico for the ride. Right. Even if you won't ,can't,or are way to weak
for a 700mi. day and must hit checks and all the good stuff, I am most
happy to show off your trailer. I will rent it for a nominal fee and I do
mean nominal like a penny or less a mile. Seriously why have a Harley
trailer when you have a Harley? No wonder you have trouble looking at your
little Old Pee Pee. I can't talk. My love handles are so large and loose
I can't get my hands around them to scratch my ass.
Well I have got to go so from the heart of my bottom or I mean from the
bottom of my heart, have a nice day, if you ever get out of bed. Crusty
Sun, 10 May 1998 08:09:35 -0700
"C. David Hemp DDS Inc." firstname.lastname@example.org
Terry Rust email@example.com
It's because it's a 26 ft car trailer for the studebaker = a wide body like
me - and NO you road butchers can't touch it - even if you come out to
see it - you can't touch it! I am setting it up as the king of
trailers - very high tech & organized, clean, beautiful - I am only
keeping the car just so I have a reason for the trailer! something to
put in it - this is what I bought the big dually for - for this
trailer.. And after you asphalt demons see how many times you can roll
it .... I'll look like a gypsy tryin to steal sumpin every time I go
Now as far as not seeing uncle willy any more ... with this new Viagra I
should be able to ring door bells with it ..... gain another 100lbs.
Uncle Dave (Doc Hemp)
Thu, 7 May 1998 23:59:58 EDT
Enjoyed the letter from Ann. Reminds me of our trip to Laughlin last month..
What a dissapointment a bunch of skin heads, wantabe biker Yuppies everywhere,
and women all over trying to get a ride on a Harley, and some couldn't because
they did not have a helmet. Low and behold when we went back to the Edgewater
to leave, someone had ripped off my helmet, so I rode Laughlin without a
helmet, but the good news is it wasn't my pink helmet they stole. In 27 years
riding with Tom it is the first time anything has ever been stolen off our
bike, I felt so violated, just think so many years ago they thought we were
the scum of the earth.
Ann get your Harley ride, you will love it...
P.S. Laughlin after so many years is not the image of a true biker run like
it used to be, next year we will not be there.
Sat, 2 May 1998 08:02:06 -0700
"A., B. & C. Strickland" firstname.lastname@example.org
Was surfin for MonarchsMC (in HI, a friends Old Man works TNT Tattoo) and ran across your site. Think it's GREAT! I'll be
passin this one on "fur shur"! Spent a lot of time here, and woulda passed, but ran across a ref in your bio to my Uncle Bill and
Aunt Jean, up in New Market. Couldn't believe it, and just had to comment. They're great people. Just ANOTHER confimation of
my "Small World" theory. That's a long story. Any way, thought if you ever wanted to know a little bit about Fitzgerald (a VERY
unique little town), I'm sure you heard Uncle Bill speak of it, go to www.surfsouth.com/~hlnews you'll find a good link there.
Ride free, and keep the rubber side down.
You will have to give us the long version too! This is what is so cool about the internet - I don't get any mail from SDA's as a
rule as we haven't been (of the flock) for many years. And you know how they shun non SDA's. You Uncle Bill & Aunt Jean were
never that way = that's why we sent $160 for their retirement dinner even though we didn't go.
Hope to hear from you again,
What kind of bike are you riding? Sounds like a Harley too!! U No the lingo!
Tue, 21 Apr 1998 13:58:36 -0500
Ann Smith email@example.com
Houston Area League of PC Users
I discovered your site & the Music Room last year when looking for
"cartooning" - followed links to your son's cartoons - then on to yours.
The music collections & other links brighten my internet access - have
some of your links in my "bookmarks" & frequently send them to friends
in e-mail messages.
Thanks for your informative facts (dentistry) and the good fun that
accompanies it. I guess that I always wanted a Harley (or at least to
ride one), but will just keep it a dream, unfulfilled - in Houston, TX -
computing is a much safer pass-time.
C. David Hemp DDS Inc. wrote:
> maybe you can find a nice BIKER to give you a ride! You can just sit
> back & relax. Go to a local HOG meeting = ask for a ride some day =
> tell them Doc Hemp told you to do it.
> Thanks for the kind words also!
> Doc Hemp
Re: Fun Sites
Tue, 21 Apr 1998 22:17:23 -0500
Ann Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
Houston Area League of PC Users
"C. David Hemp DDS Inc." email@example.com
1 , 2
Thanks so much for your nice reply! You know, I had not throught
about asking for a ride on a Harley. Several times a year, a goup
gathers at the mall where I walk for exercise, and it looks like a
hundred or more bikers there (I think that they ride to raise money for
Jerry's kids). Once, I left the mall as some of them were starting
their trek - looked in my rear view mirror at a stop light & saw a big
chow dog at the handle bars - with goggles on - I have seen that pair in
a newspaper photograph, too! That was quite an image! Next time I see
the bikers there, I will mention your name. (I am a fairly healthy 72
years of age, so had better start soon, if I'm ever to ride a HOG.)
I was fascinated by your photos of your cosmetic dentistry
cases. I have had dental problems all my life - had buck teeth that
kids made fun of - was 16 before my family could afford an orthodontist
(Dr. A.P Westfall). They didn't have the great techniques then, and at
age 21 I had the upper front teeth pulled & the bone was chipped away
for my bridge of 6 teeth. Wouldn't have had to loose those healthy
teeth if they had had the techniques that you use now. One California
dentist I met at a seminar in Canada wanted me to go to a specialist he
knew for reconstruction of my mouth & jaw (he photographed me, but I
didn't follow through - this was when I was 59). I am happy for the
young people who can be benefitted by esthetic dentistry now.
Thanks again, and I will look forward to visiting your web sites &
links for a long time!
Tue, 21 Apr 1998 22:27:33 -0700
Maurice Siermachesky firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Dave & Becky
Just surfing the net and checked out your neat
web page. That's some sense of humour you have!! LOL!! You have got some
really neat hobbies also! Where is the furthest you and Beckey have been
on your bike?
Keep up the good work!
Maurice & Joan
PS> You reminded me to make a dentist appointment! Thanks!
A freind of yours told me . . . .
Tue, 21 Apr 1998 17:23:46 -0700
Louise and I ran into (not literally) your buddy Sailor while bikin' in
Chico-- He said to tell you . . . um . . . well he put his hands to the
sides of his head, thumbs touching head, fingers waiving . . . .
Anyway, he wanted me to tell you he "said" that . . . and something
about owing him a cigar . . . .
Ron Kagan (GL1500) (0 NO! A honda on these sacred pages) Hee-hee!
"He who laughs last had to have his wife explain the joke."
FLH ignition switch failures
Tue, 21 Apr 1998 23:17:58 EDT
Please post in your newsletter.
The DOT wants to hear from any FLH owner who has had an igition switch
failure. Contact Bob Young of the DOT @ (301) 590-1218.
H-D had a new 1998 switch to correct the problem and the DOT wants them to do
a recall and install the new switch on all FLHs.
Dave and Becky-Harley's Fever
Wed, 15 Apr 1998 02:27:21 -0300
I'm a Brazilian doctor and Navy oficer, and I love this wonders.I would be very happy receiving your answer.I intend to
buy my first harley when i came back home (now I'm in King George Island, near South Pole). If possible, I'd like to talk
with you again.Please send your answer to subject "BARRA", my family's name ok?
So long and keep riding!
Mon, 13 Apr 1998 17:14:43 +0000
"Roberto J. Sepulveda, DDS" email@example.com
Hey Doc! Just "wandering" if you'll be at the Anaheim Meeting.
I'm all set for Laughlin and Anaheim. Anaheim is more like a family
outing (the kids spent most of the time at Disney and with their
I have my engine broken in and its running perfect. I was only able to
get 2,500 miles this winter but that go enough for me.
Even business is racking in the miles. El nino was good for the
Below is a friend of ours 47 - 74 c.i. Knuckle Head for sale. It has roller lower end, unleaded valve seats, stock except for mechanical updates. The price is $30,000. firm - serious inquiries only - you must email me (Doc Hemp) with a bonifide returnable address before I release her phone #. Serious Inquiries only. (Sorry Guys, She's Married)
Dear Dave & Becky,
glad you liked the pin! We´re all right here, but the last three months were hot
as hell since the government changed rules for dentistry (once again the fourth
time in ten years!) and payment so it has been hard work these last months!
Anyway, there´s a silver stripe on the horizon right now, weather is slowly
getting better and we had our annual chapter-brunch on Dyck Castle yesterday -
with almost eighty guests from four chapters - that´s a record! It rained only
HALF the day this time - a 100% improvement to last year, hee-hee! I guess Wolf
will put the pictures onto our internet site so you can watch them in the next
days. We also finally found the time to establish the first three pages of my own
page - well, I guess we still have some work to do. Check it out from our cool
links page - you can see a view of my practice located in a 300year old cottage!
Because of all the new rules mentioned above we had to cancel our trip to spain -
I planned to be there right now, ridin´in the sun! Well, shit happens! Maybe we
find some time for a trip in autumn - maybe in california?
Hey, my son Mike junior and I are also railroad enthusiasts! But the one we are
building is N-Scale - hee-hee! We are building on a U-form layout for five years
O.K. my friend, that´s the news for today!
See ya on the road
MAMA*S 95TH BIRTHDAY
Mon, 06 Apr 1998 19:37:17
"William R. Rogers" firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Dave and Becky, Just love your webb site, Have a white and blue 97
springer myself. And took my Mom on her first ride, on her 95th birthday
this past spring. She*s at Spring Hill Fla. and I leaavea the springer
down there till this spring,saves hauling it back and forth. But what
really drew me in to your webb was the curiosity I have for Old
studebakers. Mom, inherited a 1930 Sedan which was just a tad on the
bodacious side with the front chauffer*s quarters open and the back
enclosed. It was l939 and My father was real ill, hung on till 1946. So
only Mom worked as an R.N. Needless to say we couldn*t afford gas for the
inheritance, and it just sat out there for us kids to play in. But it
lead to a long line of Studebakers which we could afford. 194l, 1946 which
my brother rolled in a cemetery, bulletnose 1951 6 with od, As i grew older
I had a l960 Lark v8, 1963 Lark v8 and a l965 Daytona, which everone
thought it was a Mercedes. Had to say Hi and hope to see you in Sturgis,
we were there in 93 and 95 and 97.
Sun, 05 Apr 1998 23:06:55 +0000
Bobby Ruiz email@example.com
Truly enjoyed your message..We have gone to Sturgis for past eight years
plan on making it nine this year.Long ways from Georgia but work the
walk..Your article on riding and freedom of it was beautiful...touched a
special place.. Best of Luck hope to see you on Sturgis this year.
thanks for the kind words! It's email like yours that makes the web site worth it!! I will
post your message in Harley reading room 4a. Please keep in touch! Maybe see us at
the Game Keepers Lodge in Custer Park.
Dave (doc) Hemp
Wino Willie and the Boozefighters
Sat, 4 Apr 1998 19:28:06 EST
I really enjoyed your web site while I was researching the Boozefighters. Can
you give me some history on the Boozefighters such as where the name
originated and how it relates to the 2 cam racers of the 1920's? I understand
Wino Willie was the founder of BFMC, but finding out the earliest facts is
difficult even from BFMC members who can recite the Hollister 1947 event and
say they are the "Original Wild Ones" and that they were established in 1946
and so on.
I understand that many of the "clubs" began as WW 2 vets not willing to settle
down to life as it was before the war. Some clubs can even be traced back to
units they served in within the military. It appears Boozefighters had an
influence on the French motorcycle community since many refer to Boozefighters
in their "for sale" ads of antique scooters on the Internet.
Allow me to thank you now for your help. Or if you could send me in the right
direction, that to would be appreciated. Take care and stay free....
Maybe you can answer a question for me - The Boozefighters sounds like AA or
against alcohol - but it obviously wasn't that - I know nothing about it - but -
we will put your email up in our Harley Reading Room 4a & we will eventually find
someone that knows about it = I will also forward your email to the legal
mouthpiece of the biker community "Sailor" He knows just about everything all
bikers - plus he's older than dirt! And twice as ugly! Hee-hee!
Re: Wino Willie and the Boozefighters
Sat, 4 Apr 1998 22:06:14 EST
Hey, thanks for the quick reply, Doc. My first thoughts upon hearing the
name "Boozefighters" made me think A.A. also. However after riding with these
bros a few times I can assure you the "fight against booze" is not in their
The information I can gather is that they are currently a social riding club
made up of chapters from around the country. Most of the members I've met are
mostly concerned with the enjoyment of riding and the brotherhood associated
with it. It just seems to me there is a rich history here.
Thanks for movin' my e-mail forward...I'll keep you up on anything I find.
I have since found out the Boozefighters were the original Wild Ones! And if rumor is right - the Hell's Angels split off from them.
Laconia NH Bike Week
Fri, 3 Apr 1998 17:28:59 -0500
"Alicia Gorrell" firstname.lastname@example.org
I just want to let you folks know about an exciting time that the Winnipesaukee HOG chapter has set up for you during Laconia
Bike Week at Meadowbrook Farm Musical Arts Center. June 17, has been set up for HOG members. We will start your reception
with a barbecue with all the summer fixings. Then at about 7pm, we have scheduled a concert with The Marshall Tucker Band and
Little Feat. You will get your welcome packet, that includes a commemorative tee shirt, combining both the Harley 95th and Laconia
75th. You get all this and more, for only $55pp.
Please give us a shout, and we mail you a form to be completed, and confirm your reservation. Also, let us know what we can do to
build the interest in your chapter.
Trip to Sturgis
Fri, 03 Apr 1998 16:02:15 -0600
Jim and Mary Wanie email@example.com
This is our first time on the internet. The first thing we went to was
Harley and your trip. We enjoyed your pictures. Hope to see you at the
95th and at Sturgis in 98. Thank you!
Harley Riders from Northern Wisconsin
Thu, 2 Apr 1998 22:25:46 EST
I'm not going to hope to hard to see you at the Rambler's Chili Cook-Off on
April 18 at Chico Billiards since that is Kool April Nites weekend, but sure
hope to see you July 18-19 at Wildwood. I think you will have fun and maybe
see some of your old friends. It only gets better every year, even last year
many riders showed up on Friday to get their favorite camping spot, even have
hook ups for RV's (Linda drove the RV last year, but this year she'll have to
practice for that winding road because the new RV is much bigger).
Wed, 01 Apr 1998 12:15:45 -0800
Hey guys we enjoyed your web site. We will be going down this year for
our first visit on bikes and we were wondering if you could give us a
date to go down, is it the first week in August or the last week of
July? Also, how many days does it go on for?
Aaron and Stacey
Wed, 1 Apr 1998 07:46:50 -0800
"JOHN BERNARD KIHM" firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a nice 36' Chri Craft sleeps six all of the extras, lookin to trade it for a Harley, somewhere around 18,000.00 Value. Thanks
From: C. David Hemp DDS Inc. email@example.com
To: Rod Simmons firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Tuesday, March 31, 1998 8:54 PM
Subject: Re: B.A.D. CHARIOTS
>Rod & Connie,
>Thanks for the kind words, it's email like yours that makes us do what
>You gave a clinic # = what kind of clinic are you in?
>I will put your message up in the Harley Reading Room shortly - minus
>the address & phone #"s.
>We will definitely have to get together the next time we are there!
>We've been the past 4 out of 5 years. Will prolly go again this
>summer. For now we have reservations at the Game Keepers lodge in
>Custer St Park for the week before & during.
Re: B.A.D. CHARIOTS
Thu, 2 Apr 1998 10:35:18 -0800
"C. David Hemp DDS Inc."
Thanks for the get back.
I run a General Practice Medical Clinic here in Faith, SD. It's the most
isolated clinic in the state, 104 miles to a hospital. I'm trained as a
Physician Assistant. SD had a hard time recruiting Doc's out to these rural
areas so they started using PA's. I'm out here by myself, see anything from
sewing up cowboys, stabilize heart attacks, fractures, colds, and
occasional emergency delivery, and a lot of preventive medicine
Was raised on a ranch close to here, really like the life style and the
people. When I was a kid Doc Stone on Gunsmoke was one of my heroes.
Always wanted to be a small town Doc. US Army, changed that plan, got
married, didn't have time or money for med school so trained as a PA. Being
so isolated, end up doing 90% of it, the rest I stabilize and fly out or by
Being raised so close to Sturgis, I've always envied you guys who get to
ride in every year so the last five years a couple of us leave a week before
Sturgis and ride a big loop out into the northern Rockies down to SW
Colorado and back to SD. During bike week ride in the hills and badlands.
By the end of bike week need to get back to work to get rested.
Faith is right on US 212 and we catch a lot of the MN, MI, crowd on their
way to the rally. I have my garage set up as a small bike shop and ever
once in a while will work on one of their bikes. Have met some fantastic
Not to sound redundant, really enjoy reading your work, don't know how you
find time for dentistry.
You've really had an adventurous life. Sometimes it's like I'm reading
Forrest Gump, Tom Sawyer, Eddie Rickenbacker, John Wayne, Teddy Roosevelt
etc....all balled into one.
Apology, I cheated and did read for Dental Students only, good reading for
all, wish I could have read that 25 years ago.
Not to bore you any longer. Keep having fun, (1)Don't sweat the small
stuff, (2)it's all small stuff.((good book))
Next time you are in Hill City, check out the Alpine Inn, one of the top
places to eat in the hills.
Rod & Connie Simmons
Re: MERRY XMAS-HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Tue, 31 Mar 1998 14:59:38 -0500
"RAT'S HOLE GANG" email@example.com
Rat's Hole Custom Chopper Shows World Wide
"C. David Hemp D.D.S"
HARD TO BELIEVE.. I JUST SAW YOUR XMAS CARD.. SORRY CAME IN ON MY BUSINESS
CONPUTER...WOW....MERRY XMAS.. KARL BDR.
C. David Hemp D.D.S wrote:
To all our friends that visited our B.A.D. Chariots & Dental Site this
past year - Have a
"KULE YULE & A FRANTIC FIRST!"
Dave (doc) & Becky Hemp
Long time no see! We will have to set it up where I can get in touch
with you at Sturgis next year or visa versa. Please check out BAD
Chariots again = much new stuff! I am having a Steam Locomotive built
= will haul 100 people - large enough for 2 adults to sit inside the cab
= see it being built on this site. = 15" Gauge.
Had over 1 million hits last year on all our sites total.
Re: MERRY XMAS-HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Wed, 01 Apr 1998 00:11:02 -0500
"THE RAT'S HOLE GANG" firstname.lastname@example.org
THE RAT'S HOLE CUSTOM CHOPPER SHOWS World Wide http://www.ratshole.com
"C. David Hemp DDS Inc."
1 , 2 , 3
> STURGIS ALMOST LOST ME.. They gave me a contract that said Karl you pay
$8 to 10,000 $$ to come.. Well H-D Bill in Rapid City told
them we will go there and Phil the New SRR went to bat for me and now
I'm back with a normal contract..
Your train site is really going to be something great.. BUT again I
could not see the attach.. said this Your plug-in type is text/x-vcard.
Netscape doesn't know of a plug-in for your plug-in type.
I put 4.04 in my shop conputer BUT not sure I like it yet..so I have not
done it here at home...Not too good at this yet.
1 million hits WOW Thats alot..
I had something happen to my pages and lost all my bookmarks.. all I
have is the stuff that comes with the program..and I had so many good
I will be at the ..... Motel on the end of town..1st exit.and two
shops 1057 main st.. See Ya.. Karl
the attachment is just a business card = you can see it with 4.0 = no
big deal = you should be able to double click up to the train site
Glad U got the Sturgis thing worked out - you are a legend in Harley
Davidson lore! Have to keep you around!
the million hits was the total of all 80 urls = is still a lot though.
Keep in touch.
Thanks for the comp on -
they need me around..
Sometimes the way Daytona is acting they do not
care.. I lost my two trips that I put on Shows in Italy,, they say its
the money factor.. Oh Well..Can not stop and see my little German girl
friend.. Last year I had 7 trips to Germany/italy etc..I took a look at
your main page and you have done alot.. will go back later.. See ya.
Tue, 31 Mar 1998 21:16:17 -0700
"Rod Simmons" email@example.com
Just wanted you to know, really enjoy reading your work and your philosophy on the American Biker.
I was raised 40 miles from Sturgis and have been going to the rally for forty years(-6 years I spent in the Army).
It is interesting how the media portrays the rally. You would think that us bikers are out raping and pillaging the whole week. Truth
of the matter is, I feel safer on the streets of Sturgis during bikeweek than I could in a lot of our other cities.
Keep up the good work, keep the greasy side down.
I currently live 70 miles NE of Sturgis, Look us up, and if you ever need anything while your in this part of the country, give us a
hoot. I live in Sturgis the whole week.
Rod & Connie Simmons
Tue, 31 Mar 1998 06:53:00 -0600
"S. J. SERVER" firstname.lastname@example.org
Came across your web site and all I could say was WOW, something new and
fresh for the HARLEY enthusiast. KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK. And always keep
in mind that HARLEYS are the best there was, the best there is, and the best
there ever will be.
AND THAT'S THE BOTTOM LINE!!!!!!!!!!
Re: got you r link on.
Fri, 27 Mar 1998 17:16:13 -0800
"John's mail" email@example.com
"C. David Hemp DDS Inc." firstname.lastname@example.org
I have put your link on our page. You have sure spent a lot of time on your
site. Happy motoring .
PS. You should try and come up to our Get Acquainted party at the Luginbuhl
Ranch in Mt. Shasta July 18th. & 19th. Check with us when it gets closer and
I'll send you our flyer to pass out.
Thu, 26 Mar 1998 14:14:33 EST
Just got done checking out your page, cool, I haven't gotton all the way thru
yet but I will.
What I'm doing is checking out site to put on our page for links I'll
definetly be addindg yours. Sure hope you'll check ours out and add it to your
(Below is the Monarchs colorfull Patch I included here from their site)
The important things in life.
Sun, 22 Mar 1998 18:32:14 -0800
One of the Mentzers email@example.com
Hello from Kim & Jim Mentzer,
Knowing what to write seems difficult yet so easy. I cannot tell you
how much I have enjoyed your site. Feel like I have found two new
We are owners of two Studebakers( '48 and '49 LandCruisers) as well as
two Harleys. Read your page and could not have said it better. We both
ride and are members of the Grand Rapids MI HOG group.
If ever in the Holland, MI area drop us a note ahead of time just in
case we can be of any help to you. Will visit your page again. Have to
come back when Kim is home to see it for herself.
Thanks for the page. Jim
Senator "Nighthorse" Campbell
Mon, 16 Mar 1998 08:43:30 -0800
Randy Davis firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Doc and Becky,
I was just surfing the web looking for some info and come across your
page. It was a joy to see and read your mentioning about Senator
Campbell. Thought you might enjoy this pic of my 1992 FLHTC rig which
was originally owned by the Senator himself. It still has his "Senator
Campbell" placard on it. I happened across it on consignment at the
Freedom Harley-Davidson Dealer while on a business trip in Colorado. It
was exactly what I was looking for, right down to the color. Put a down
payment on it, flew home to Rockford IL, made arrangements to rent a
panel truck in Denver(it was mid February), bought a one-way ticket,
flew back to Denver, picked it up and hit the road. My wife and I were
also in Strugis with this rig in 1996. Although I still own it, it is
regrettably for sale.
Fri, 13 Mar 1998 15:03:40 EST
Too Harley email@example.com
WOW - what a great page !! Best ive ever seen.. You R to B commended.
Say hello to my friends Dick & Fran & Steve & Gayla.
Tom Gannon Stockton HOG
SUGAR HILL NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEER
FIRE DEPARTMENT RAFFLE
1998 HARLEY-DAVIDSON SOFTAIL CUSTOM
Donation $25.00 per ticket
Only 1200 tickets will be sold
Drawing to be held June 21, 1998 at the Sugar Hill Town Hall at 5:00 PM
(Drawing will be held earlier if all tickets are sold sooner.)
Winner need not be present to win
Winner may take $13,000 cash instead of the motorcycle
Tickets by mail:
Sugar Hill Fire Department
PO Box 574
Sugar Hill NH 03585
Cash, checks and major credit cards accepted
For information call 603 823 5031 or E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Life on the beach.
Sun, 1 Mar 1998 09:22:40 -0600
"Big Johnson" email@example.com
"C. David Hemp DDS Inc."
!Hola my brother!
Yes, it has been a while hasn't it? Well the Air Force has actually been
putting my ass to work lately (the nerve!).
I was planning to drop a line once my pictures from Mardi Gras came back.
Sweet-ever-loving-Jesus that was a party of Titanic proportion (we'll
discuss things going down later...). I'll include a more detailed account
of the lechery when I e-mail the pictures to you. Sufficed to say I think I
hit a new low, I was ultra-debauched, it was a beautiful thing.
As you can see I am in an exceedingly good mood. There are crystal clear
blue skies above, friendly tourist women wandering about in Bikinis, and a
freshly waxed bike waiting to see what awaits over the horizon.
So how is life in California? How goes the good life of the tooth jockey?
How is Sailor?
As for other minutiae. . . I think my restoration process on the Sporty is
almost done. With the recent purchase of a Del 'Orto carb, and some kicker
work done I think she will fire up and run almost every time now. All that
remains are the basics - tires, brakes, & chain. Then I can begin with
bells & whistles like a bigger tank, & wide glide forks.
So far the riding isn't as phenomenal as NM, MT, but oh well.
Until the Mardi Gras update,
!Vaya con Dios!
Keep those cool wave files comin in = you can see I've used a ton of them on the website!! I will forward this to Sailor - your return to sender is not working = needs some massaging = neophytes may have problem. Wet here in CA! that fugging El Ninio dude!
Mon, 9 Mar 1998 12:55:56 EST
I'm not a very good typist, I'm a one finger guy so be an understanding
I won first place in the custom class, I fell in to a category that
was judged by three guy's from a car club in Redbluff.
As far as i know the run this may is just a chapter run but it should be a lot of fun they usually
I will be going to tulare, I started prospecting for the the
humpers, they are a good group.
Well I got to go for now - the sun is coming out
and I got to go out for a ride! Sunshine is a rare thing these day's!
later bro duke
Australian Combined Harley Davidson Tours
Fri, 07 Nov 1997 18:01:32 +1100
Greetings from Melbourne (yeh I know,"were's that")
During the last five years we have had enquiries from H.O.G. clubs and
individuals, from around the world,regarding self-ride Harley Davidson
tours in Australia.No luck, nobody did them, until now.This is just to
inform the clubs and members that Australian Combined Harley tours now
offer 3-21 day tours. You can find us on-line at
http://www.austcomb.com.au or Ph +613 95579122 fax +613 95574258
For those with the icq program our No is 2979824 The attached file is
just some basic info' and costs.
look forward to showing you the "Harley riders" Australia.
Vic Zurek (director)
Australian Combined Harley tours
Sat, 08 Nov 1997 08:45:04 +1100
G'day Dave and Becky
Trying to download the file you sent,but netscape
says it doesn't know of a pluggin to do it (who is this netscape
anyway,and were does he live?)We must have the Australian version.
Will seek help from one who knows,no,not god,one step down,the computor
I am looking through your sight,it's an epic journey,the "Ben Hurr" of
Sat, 08 Nov 1997 15:42:29 +1100
David and Becky Hemp
I am in the wrong business, iam going into real estate in New
Zealand.I don't know your friend in NZ, but a large amount of Kiwis live
here,they come for our good beer and wild women,and stay.
If you ever get the chance to tour NZ, go, one of the best places on the
planet.Great roads,reasonable beer and friendly folk. Must be done on
motorcycle,and only during summer,Jan,Feb. We are trying to organise
tours combining Australia and New Zealand,but at this stage we can only
find Triumph tours in NZ. Could make an interesting combination though,
what do you think?
David Lane wrote:
This is your most Southern corrospondent reporting in from way deep down in the
Southern Pacific islands of New Zealand.
Here is the news:
(1) What a co-incidence your e m was. I have a mate who going over to Austraila next
week who wants to hire a HD for about a week. I have already sent an e m enquiry to
the guy about his charges etc.
(2) Re your paint job: I swear by a paint system called "Dulon'' made by Dulux Paints.(I
think it's British made). 9 vintage cars out of 10 use this system in NZ. The paint
both hard and enduring. I had a total of 20 coats applied from bare metal. The great
thing about the Dulon is when you get a stone chip your inclined to get a small deep
and touch ups are usually done with a tooth pick to fill the hole up.
The Epiglass 2 pot system is great to start with but fades or goes a yellow ting in the
course of time due to the ultra violet. Just be a little careful that if the job is not done
right you will have problems later with bubbles, and "orange peal" and simply not
adhereing. The paint job I had done on my Heritage tank is suffering from bubbles in
one small area.
If you go back to bare metal by cemical striping, you must make sure that the panels
are washed throughly by extended cold water rinsing and followed by careful
(3) My valves are in and the car is running so cool man. I might even pick up Harry &
Paula from the airport if it's fine. What a difference in horse power. I am going to add
cylinder lube in the petrol each time I fill up from now on.This will prevent the heavy
carbon build up in and around the valve stems which causes the valve not to close
under extreem work load.
Must away my friend, hope the above is of some help.
U guys R 2 Kool, 2 Kool, 2 Kool!!!
I have been adding that stuff to each tank full since that cruddy gas came out!! I do
forget once in a while but hope there is always some in the tank!
Thanks for the tip on the paint! Maybe when U all see it it will be presentable! R U
going to the 95th for sure? We are thinking of going too maybe ... HOG tales has that
new campground for 20,000 opening up we thought we might sign up for. I might bring
the Stude 2! We could ride around in that for a couple hours. Am having a 26' trailer
being custom built right now that has an 8' spring assisted pull down ramp door up front
on the side so we can put the Stude in the back & ride 2 Harleys up sidways in front of
it!! I could ride the bike while Becky drove the truck. Hee- hee! From there we would go on to Cincinati Ohio to visit our soninlaw who is studying
to become a Profusionist at Christ Hospital (they run the heart lung machines during
bypass surgeries) Hope mine can wait till he gets hired out here in Redding!
If we go to Milwaukee we will prolly skip Stugis - but no big deal (we have the Calvin
Coolidge room reserved now anyway for 8 nights!, it will save us a bundle!),
plus, we've been there 4 out of the past 5 years!
Where would U guys ship your bikes too? Los Angeles I would guess?
I can't take more than 2 weeks at a time out of the office yet.
Your Alter Ego,
Dandy Dave (doc hemp)
Here is a poem forwarded to me by ole Sailor - Harley Rider Extraordinaire!!!
By Father D. E. O' Brian
"It is the Soldier, not the poet, who gives us freedom of speech.
It is the Soldier, not the reporter, who gives us freedom of the
It is the Soldier, not the organizer, who gives us the freedom to
It is the Soldier who serves beneath the flag, who salutes the flag
and whose coffin is draped by the flag,
who gives the demonstraters the right to burn the flag."
Victor Zurek wrote:
Australians tend to disagree with the notion that WE ride
upside down.our compasses show that we are actually riding the right way
up and you lot are upside down.The person who designed the compass got
it wrong,swap the N for an S and that should put it right,simple!
I have tried riding upside down a couple of times,the doctor asked me
not to try it again.
Didn't U no? The small town of Millville CA with 800 souls is the top of the world!! It's
all down hill from here!! Merle Haggard can't be wrong! He lives here! Hee-hee!
Re: North and South
Sun, 09 Nov 1997 08:38:02 -0800
"C. David Hemp D.D.S"
Victor Zurek firstname.lastname@example.org
1 , 2 , 3
Victor Zurek wrote:
Life is full of learning and mystery.If Mr.Clinton or Mr.Gates
(we're not sure who actually runs the country)can verify the top of the
world,who are we to argue!!
I love your sense of humor! But if Clinton said this was the top of the
world "YOU WOULD BE RIGHT!!" We are riding our Harleys upside down!!
I was sent this photo of a 23lb Grasshopper that New Zealand farmer Barry Gisler shot with his .22 on his farm. Entomologists say at the time it was the largest rare mutation of this type they had ever seen! But a couple larger ones have been captured since - read on after the photo!
Fri, 28 Nov 1997 21:35:58 +1300
David Lane email@example.com
We have many types of grasshoppers in NZ. This particular record breaker one has been superceded for size many times since the Reefton one. The current record
for a Calecus Grasshopper stands at 32.5 lbs found in Maungawhau. It was trapped alive in a goat trap and given to the local Zoo.
We have a famous competition here in NZ which is known world wide for the wealthy tourist during the summer months.
It comprises of shooting a minimum ten pointer Stag, catching a deep sea Marlin (to be tagged and returned to the sea), catching a Brown Rainbow Trout, and
shooting a Calecus Grasshopper. All this has to be achieved in just 24 hours. The rules of the competition allows any form of transport like helicopter, speed boat,
amphibian plane etc. You are allowed all the personal assistance you can muster. Entry fee costs NZ$10,000. The winner takes all at the end of the competition.
A full bag is only achieved about once each year.
Great that you got a postcard from Harry & Paula. Yes we had fun. Got your music room. Thanks mate. Our budgies just go berserk when they hear it. Also to the
cybo who had a problem with reading the compass upside down while driving down under. What a load of old cobblers. We have had available free of charge from
any New Zealand Automobile Association office, Southern Hemisphere reversal cards which will cover the existing Northern Hemisphere compasses. To the
modern traveller with the electronic GPS, this is best viewed by holding a mirror above the LCD screen and simply ignore the N & S latitudes & longitudes
calibrations, and mentally substitute it with S & N declinations. One note of caution, don't use your mobile phone at the same time. Not good!
And finally, contrary to lots of comments about our moon, it is upside down and we often see American tourists with their backs to the moon bending down and
looking up through their legs.
Catch you soon,
Reverend David Lane
Re: Sharing your trip
Wed, 12 Nov 1997 09:19:10 -0500
"Bill Walchesky" firstname.lastname@example.org
"C. David Hemp D.D.S"
Doc & Becky,
Lucy and I are from the Pittsburgh area. We have a '94 Kaw Voyager XII and
a '98 FLHTCUI. Took the Ultra down for it's 500 mile check-up yesterday.
Having a Stage II kit installed and a trailer hitch. Plan on buying a
trailer sometime before spring for those trips next year. Thanks again for
the tips. Maybe we'll cross paths.
Bill & Lucy Walchesky
P.S. I've attached a JPEG of the new scoot.
Looking for more info on Jim Fator
Thu, 27 Nov 1997 08:48:15 -0800
email@example.com (Harold McNamee)
Dear Dave and Becky,
Hi there! My mom stumbled across the two photographs that you posted of
Jim and Dick Fator on their 1936 Indian Bonneville, 40's Triumph & 1931
Harley VL. They are great!!
As it turns out, Jim and Dick are my mom's cousins. She remembers Jim
chasing her around on the 1936 Indian. Anyway, if you have an address,
e-mail address, or any way that I can reach either of them, I would love
to get in contact with them.
My name is Harold McNamee, and I live in Reno, Nevada. My mom's name is
Mary McNamee (Massey was her maiden name). E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks again for the great photos!
Sat, 29 Nov 1997 10:49:33 -0500
email@example.com (Rick and Lynn Kuckenbecker)
I am new to the web, but knew some how that looking up scooter thrash
would bring me to a page like yours. cool...
Fri, 05 Dec 1997 21:56:37 +0000
david Carpenter firstname.lastname@example.org
BEST site on the net.I have a 1945 HD.WL. Also 1948 Stinson airplane.
Wife & I spent most of evening being entertained by
Thanks Dave &Carolyn
Amen to the line about sitting in a rest home spitting up lung butter.....I
don't want my kids coming to the "Home" to tell me how financially rewarding
their lives have been since I went in there.......LOL!
Yeah...I never did the Enduro thing (Trials riding was a kick though), but I
raced MX for a long time. Got to old for that (real quick to). Not sure how
young you are (He said in a positive light), but for me it was back in the
Bultaco/Penton/Maico days....Suspension was unheard of then.
In 1963 we were hill (or I should say cliff climbing) in Richie Canyon in Southern Calif.
with 650 Triumphs!!!! Torn down to the tires! No Suspension PERIOD! is right -
during dental school I worked nights on weekends to pay for my motorcycles which I
wore out at one a year! I went over the top of one of those monsters first day full
power when learning - short on the front! = up & over! Over the entire road on top &
over the guys sitting up there on their bikes! The biggest crash of anyone my 4 years
there! the back side was a dug out gravel pit hundreds of feet down, steep with soft
gravel! Was glad I had a helmet on that time because after I knew what I was doing we
never wore helmets!
But I only had a tee shirt & shorts on - took literally 5-7 years for the road or gravel rash
scars to go completely away! I held onto the handle bars all the way - was only a Honda
Super 90 - brand new! First day! Totalled it & the helmet.
Crazy! I was the big jumper in those days - 40 - 50 feet was monsterous then! I broke
so many foot pegs off!
My Enduro stuff came here in Redding later with the good dirt bikes! Your
Bultaco/maikos - I rode a big blue Yamaha IT 400! So suspension is relative! And I am
really old! 54! - Doc Hemp
I think the sole
purpose for hanging the tubing off the frame in front was to hold the
rim/tire in place, and something to keep the "white knuckle bars" in
That was real riding then.....No wonder I have back aches now.....
Hey Doc. Question for you.
I'm learning HTML. I've been working on consolidating my 'junk on AOL's
Personal Publisher. Could you recommend a good book I might buy that could
educate me (it can be done somedays) on HTML,JAVA, (?) CIG's(?) etc., We have
a great 'puter store in Cincy and I'm sure I could get one if you have any
recommendations. I'd really be interested in one that covers a wide range of
I started & learned with HTML FOR THE WORLD WIDE WEB by Elizabeth Castro.
(good as a starter but not advance at all)
But I had a 24 yr old crackmaster
teach me the stuff! I had him come over every monday night for a couple months! I still
type it all in & cut & paste my stuff! I use Hot Dog as a vehicle to move my files around
is all! The script (applett) you asked about is the Java!! Really cool - your commands
are more in real english but with different slashes to change colors etc. It can't be copied
off the applets that are on the pages through view source like html can be. ( you have to
make all your own) Hot Dog will help you there too but hell I tried their's once & it didn't
work - type my own stuff in & it's different than anybody elses anyway! Doc Hemp
Words of Wisdom? It's 5am EST.....Maybe I should give up this
addiction for tonight.....It's been AL81 !!
L8TR 4 Now
Tue, 16 Dec 1997 20:15:44 -0500
"Cathy C. McMillan" "email@example.com"@bellsouth.net
New Prospect Elementary
My name is harry mcmillan from south carolina and your page has to be
the best I have ever seen. You may have helped me convince my wife to go
with me on a trip out west. I recently purchased a 1991 fatboy and would
love to go out west(might have to trade for a road king to make the trip
to Sturgis). Our home is not far from the Blue Ridge Park Way so if you
ever have the opportunity to come this way look us up.
Thanks again for the wonderful pictures and account of your trip.
Fri, 19 Dec 1997 13:07:45 EST
I just wanted to submit my hawg to you picture show... It is a ' 79 Sportster,
that I completely restored, and customized this summer. It is a 1000cc bored
.40 over, super E carb, andrews cams. Fattened up and really running nice.
Special thanks to Kenny Reynolds for the mouting bracket, Pat and Neal at
Hawgwild for the engine work, really running sweet now, guys. This is me on
the plains outside of Sturgis this year... I met some really good people
there, that helped me work some bugs out, when it didn't want to go. Looking
forward to next years trip. I love this website... has become one of my
Tue, 23 Dec 1997 12:34:55 -0800
Merry Christmas to you and Becky. Have a great riding new year.
Tim, aka Spiderman - photo below.
Sorry so late in reply. Its been hectic.8 grand kids just went
home.Our Christmas Eve was white here in Kansas City.5" of snow,but warm
about 32. I will have to wait until spring to send pictures,to cold and
wet to get things out. I have a friend Art Linquist who was a Oral
Surgeon. Art has a replica Fokker D-7,J-3,Baby Ace&Fairchild 24.He was a
P47 pilot in WW2.I hope to send you a lot of pics when we come out of
Wish you and your loved ones a merry Cristmas and a happy new
Year.May God keep you all safe and well.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, December 23, 1997
Man smashes car into courthouse of Hell's Angel arraignment
[MONTREAL] A man has driven a car up the front stairs of a Montreal
courtouse and rammed the front doors, as police prepared to arraign a
leading figure in the Hell's Angel motorcycle gang.
Witnesses say the man drove a blue Pontiac Firebird up a flight of ten
steps and smashed through the glass doors of the courthouse. He then
backed off and drove the car through another set of doors.
A police officer outside the courthouse fired a single shot, but no one
The 28-year-old man has been arrested and taken in for questioning.
There is no word yet on the motive for the attack.
Police have evacuated the courthouse and cordoned off the courthouse
while a bomb squad examine the vehicle for explosives.
Scheduled to be arraigned today is Maurice Boucher, said to be one of
the most feared figures in the Montreal gangs.
Boucher heads the Nomads chapter of the Hell's Angels, and is charged in
the murders of two guards earlier this year.
Police say 45-year-old Boucher was arrested about 8 p.m. Thursday night
following a tip that he was responsible for the killings of guards
Pierre Rondeau and Diane Lavigne.
The two were ambushed and killed with semi-automatic weapons as they
drove to or from their jobs at Montreal-area prisons.
Police say the killings were not directed against the guards themselves,
but against the system.
The Hell's Angels have been at war with a rival gang called the Rock
Machine in Quebec province.
More than 50 murders attributed to the turf war prompted police to form
a special unit, known as the Wolverines, to put an end to biker gang
The Wolverines have been effective in arresting members of both gangs,
but police suspect the gangs' illegal commerce in drugs has continued
from within the prison walls.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (Oct 6, 1996 11:42 a.m. EDT) - A man and a woman died and at least 17 people were injured when a shoulder-fired anti-tank missile
slammed into a Hell's Angels biker gang party in the Danish capital early Sunday, police said.
Police said they would not name the dead until relatives had been informed. Three of the injured were in serious condition.
The attack appeared to be the latest in a turf war in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland between the Hell's Angels and the rival Bandidos biker gang.
Copenhagen police murder squad chief Kurt Jensen told reporters at the scene that the weapon used was a Swedish-made Carl Gustav shoulder-fired anti-tank
missile, unleashed from a yard across the street into the back of the building.
Jensen said that the rocket sliced through a beer tent set up in the backyard of the heavily-fortified Hell's Angels' clubhouse in the capital's blue-collar Noerrebro
district before hitting a corner of the building.
Police immediately launched raids on known Bandidos gang members throughout Denmark. A Bandidos member was arrested in July after a bungled bomb attempt
on the Noerrebro clubhouse in which a 13-pound bag of explosives was hurled from a speeding car but failed to explode.
Police recently banned parking in the vicinity of the building, fearing a car bomb attack.
The annual "Viking Party" at the clubhouse was attended by at least 300 people, some of them visiting Hell's Angels from other countries, and had been under
increased police surveillance at the time of the attack.
Asked how the perpetrators had fired their weapon and made their getaway despite the police presence, Jensen replied: "That's a good question."
He said the spent launcher and another containing a live missile ready for firing were found nearby and were of a type compatible with 12 stolen from a military
weapons store in neighbouring Sweden in February 1994.
Missiles identified as from the stolen batch were fired at two Hell's Angels clubhouses in Denmark last April.
There was no visible damage from Sunday's attack to the front of the building but neighbors said the attack made a huge bang and set off the alarms of cars parked
in the neighborhood.
Police with automatic rifles slung high on their chests cordoned off several blocks around the clubhouse.
The Bandidos and Hell's Angels have waged a bloody war for almost three years for control of territory. Police suspect that they have lucrative interests in drugs,
prostitution and extortion.
The two local gangs, each with fewer than 100 full members, are offshoots of U.S.-based groups with a wide European network.
Global Net work - you can access this story thru our Cool Links Room.
I put these last two in to remind all of us Harley Ridin Folk out there to becareful not to take everyone out there to lightly! Leave them alone, (don't ever ride into their club houses or campsites uninvited) treat them with respect & they will return the favor - especially for other Harley Riders. But this goes for the general public too.
1/2/98 - I just received the bad news that Pete Neilson, one of my old time Riding buddies & good friend was killed on 12/31/97 in an accident while on his Bike. Terri was not on the bike. Pete & his wife Terri were part of the original 18 or so along with me & Becky that began organizing & started Redding HOG Chapter in 1988 - 89.
Pete died doing what he loved doing best! Riding his Harley! He & Teri put on over 300,000 miles since we met them! Literally wore out 3 Bikes. He was one of the toughest individuals & yet one of the nicest I have ever met! If you were Pete's friend - you were a friend for life!
In 1988 - 92, Pete & Teri, Kenny Pool & Kim Hannah, Bill & Theresa Spain, Rick & Linda Boatwright, Duke & Brenda Solis, Me & Becky, Stu & Pat Cohen, Sherwood & Pat, Ed & Marion Fowler put on many thousands of wonderful miles together, before we all seemed to get so busy with our own endeavores. I last saw Pete at the recent MMA Toy Run where he gave me a huge bear hug! It was at Pete & Terri's I won the $100 at his ride & shoot - open to all motorcycle clubs some years ago. We're gunna miss you man! I will think of you every time I throw my leg over the saddle I promise!
Good bye my Friend!
Sat, 3 Jan 1998 11:53:25 EST
Doc & Becky
Don't know if you know or not, but Pete Nielson died of injuries received in a
motorcyle accident on the morning of 12/31 in L.A. Services will be next
Saturday at his house, riders will meet at 10:00 am at Red Bluff Fairgrounds,
call or e-mail for more info. we are in contact with the Humpers.
Tom and I were in L.A. when we got the message, we just got back last night.
My old friend Pete
Sat, 3 Jan 1998 23:00:52 -0800
You misjudge when you suggest that I might not know Pete Neilson. I have
known Pete since before he was a Humper, since before he rode the blue
softail with the dresser fenders, when the Humpers were the Thumpers. Since
somewhere in the early '80s. I wear a ring Duke made for me. These are my
people, my friends, my brothers - as you are my brother.
Sailor - you are the greatest! Sorry about not realizing we that have ridden so long & far
over the years, have met & known so many! By at least face or name! And in Pete's
case, as a good mutual friend!
I feel priviledged to have good friends in all strata, (areas) of society, with many different clubs, hobby groups, racers of cars, motorcycles & airplanes, politicians, bikers, etc.
If the cagers only knew that
99% of the bikers are just making a statement - "we don't judge or care what you look like -
how much money you have - how new you bike is - what kind of bike you have - i.e.
(MMA), if you were in prision. Join with us, ride with us, as you are & you will be
accepted rich or poor as our brothers, sharing the dangers & excitement of life on the
Pete and I -and many of our brothers- stood seven years ago and buried the
pevious president of the Humpers MC. Damn, they got some bad luck! It was a
warm day, that day, but I fear we will have a miserable day to pay a
farewell to a good brother, as Pete was.
I have a zillion Pete stories (God knows, I must know everyone in this
valley that rides a Harley), but they are going to have to wait until I can
tell them, I am a little chocked at this moment, Chicago Bill (of the
Reverand's MC) just called me earlier with he news of Pete's passing.
(Nick, of the Reverand's MC, was the next message on my answering machine)
Some years ago, brother TeeDub, Bill Bushling and I lost a good brother
(to a cage) and I said, "...God Damnit, we are running out of Brothers..."
and TeeDub told me this: "...if we wore a memorey patch for even the good
ones we have lost, we would look like an obituairy column..." We have lost
some good ones. And, now we have lost one of the best.
Good-bye, my brother. You join some of the best there ever were.
Sun, 4 Jan 1998 18:49:50 EST
A rainy day, time to really peruse all your links. I see a lot of your mail
is from Sailor so thought I'd let you know he survived New Year's Eve at
Bambi. Of course my snoring and his passing gas gave Diane a sleepless night.
Rev and Cindy were the life of the party, as usual. Since you chastised me
about the lack of hits to the Chico Hog page I included the address in our Jan
newletter. Our Spring Poker Run is going to take a west side route this year.
Some thought it time for a change. Hope to see you both there.
I heard about Pete, all of our thoughts are with his family. He is now riding
with TJ, no helmets, free, in the wind.
The Redding & Chico HOG have their seperate buttons from the BAD Chariots Site to hit to go to the respective sites. I just thought it would be nice to see a little competition on the the number of hits to each one - the nice thing is Redding doesn't even know there is a race on! You guys should be able to catch up fast & set a lead they will have trouble passing. I don't think too many Redding HOG's are on line or even know it exists either.
About Pete, we are all sick about it! I'm sure you have read about the memorial run from Red Bluff.
Sun, 4 Jan 1998 18:44:32 EST
This is the most awsom web site we have found. Congratulations on all you
Harley Owner Husband & Wife.
Memorial for Pete Nielson
Tue, 6 Jan 1998 20:55:55 EST
Humper Ed just called and said they are in the process of trying to rent a
building at the Tehama County Fairgrounds instead of going up the hill to
Paynes Creek. As of this moment Paynes Creek is snowed in.
No matter what meet at fairgrounds at 10:00 am Saturday for the memorial. I
told him as soon as he knows let me know so I can post it on your web site.
I also heard that they would appreciate any food, as the turn out is going to
be so large.
Re: Memorial for Pete Nielson
Wed, 7 Jan 1998 21:24:14 EST
I just talked to Ed and gave him the information you sent. He will contact
Ed talked to Humper Russ and Ed a short while ago and the memorial will be at
the Paynes Creek Community Center where the first had their runs were years
back, most people should know where that is, its at the Paynes Creek turn off,
off Highway 36 you can't miss it. Humpers request that if weather is bad do
not worry about riding it will not be safe. Meet there at 1 PM instead of 10
Let you know of any changes, I hope there are not many more this is getting
confusing. Also they do not neet hot food, just side salads, dishes, etc.
Fri, 9 Jan 1998 23:24:16 +1100
"Ernst Hiessleitner" firstname.lastname@example.org
"C. David Hemp D.D.S"
Thank you for your greetings, info and picture attachments. Sorry it took so long to reply. We did have a Kule Yule & A Frantic First! Brisbane Chapter is sending the best
wishes and may all of you have a ripper of a year.
An update on Pete's Memorial Service - I think all us old timers were there but for Kenny Poole & Kim Hanna who I didn't know how to get a hold of. It was PACKED! There were cars & motorcyles parked for 1/4 of a mile down both sides of the road both in & out of town in both directions! There must have been 7 or 8 different Motorcycle clubs there! From the Hell's Angels, the Humpers of course, the Sundowners on down to our old time original HOG Members that rode many miles with Pete & Terri in the early years. People from all walks of life were there! Pete was highly Respected & gave Respect!!! Like one of the MC riders said - "I know Pete ordered up this weather (rain) because he relished bad weather! We will all miss him! Below is a photo taken last 4th of July by the Sundowners MC Club. J. T. was kind enough to mail it up to me to scan.
Greenbay Packers/Harley Davidison
Thu, 15 Jan 1998 18:01:03 -0600
"Bill Oles" email@example.com
Dave and Becky, I stumbled across your website while hunting down the
packers. Surfing the net is new to me (and I love it), i really enjoyed
your site, seeing how i recently moved back from baton rouge la. to Kansas
and haven't seen , rode, or partyed w/a true harley rider since. the
pictures were most enjoyable. you look like two hard working people who a
truely enjoying life and well deserve it. But then again maybe your page
has just made me so homesick for baton rouge and my old friends! whatever
the case, all that matters is that i have had a good time!! thank you very
much. Kathy jarboe
Wed, 21 Jan 1998 16:42:38 -0800 (PST)
The American Cancer Society is raffling off two Harley-Davidsons
to raise funds to fight cancer. Only 2,000 tickets per motorcycle
will be sold at $35 each.
For more information including how to purchase tickets by phone,
mail, fax, or online, visit our web site at http://www.acsraffle.org
before February 5th.
Upcoming raffles will include, but are not limited to, Porsche
Boxster, BMW Z3, Chevrolet Corvette, Mercedes-Benz SLK,
and more Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
Thank you for supporting our fight against cancer.
The American Cancer Society.
we fixed it up for 98: we´re going to central spain again. There´s one space
left in the group - guess for whom? We start in Dusseldorf or Frankfurt on April
3rd and will be back on April 19th. So if you´re ready for adventure, come on!
If not, I´ll bother you again - later this year!
See you, my friend
Mike, My Good Friend!
Thanks for the offer!! Wish I could!! We will work something out some day! If you take a picture or
2 of each day of eache area or town - you can e-mail me something from each day
when you get back & do a daily journal. We could put
your trip up off our Sturgis trip Pages for the world to enjoy right along with you guys!! Look at our
1997 Sturgis Trip to get an idea of what I want & see all the photos of each area we went through. It is one of the most popular
parts of our site!! A goup photo with all names in front of a castle or something would be cool to start
it off with! You do all the work - dialog for each day, etc. I'll size the photos etc. or just send them to me
to scan too.
You have to plan on coming over here too! I am going to 3 1/2 days per week here in March - Mon -
Thursday at 1pm. = so I will always have time to take you around here anytime - even if it is a last
minute thing & we can give you some places & directions for one or 2 day trips out of our place during
work days. We would like to take U over to the pacific coast & down through the Giant Redwoods.
Stay in a cabin right in amongst them! Of course, with a couple months notice we would take a week
off - that would give us up to 10 days straight. Then we would also take you up the pacific coast hwy
through Oregon Too!
We will come over there too eventually I promise.
Your Friend - Doc Hemp
Subject: Ride This!
To: Doc Hemp
From: BAD TED "The Finger" Delk!
Say, why don't you & your son - in law Rob stop by Bishop on your next trip out to Sturgis & ride this for a while!
Until then - ride safe till you meet some real scooter trash! Hee-hee!
Your Bro in Mayhem - BAD Ted "Scar face" Delk - aka - "The Finger!" President of the Bishop Assassins!
Saludos desde Europa, Spain
Sun, 1 Feb 1998 01:34:40 +0100
"Harley - Puerto de Santa Maria" firstname.lastname@example.org
Regards from the Cádiz Chapter in the South of Spain.
The H-D of Cádiz Chapter web site is:
Live to Ride
Fri, 30 Jan 1998 23:27:37 -0800
Just flat, outstanding web page,superior content, coll pictures and the
right-on music to listen to, while I bang out the mail. you guys are
trick, keep it up, forever. I will be looking in much
more.remember.......never ride any faster than your guardian angel can
happy in arizona.......buck
The Return of The TOAD!!!!!!
Mon, 2 Feb 1998 22:58:34 -0600
"Big Johnson" email@example.com
Wow, long time no commo. I've finally reconnected to the internet from my
latest duty station - Tyndall AFB here is sunny Florida.
Life is still getting better and better all the time. And as for the 74'
Sporty, well three weeks of work for one week of riding (The true H-D
I'll e-mail more later I just had to say Hey!
What a guy you are Doc! And Ken is a dirty rat! Do you think he could
share with his little sister the honors he has received for his work???
NOOOOOOOOO! It take a wonderful stranger to share this information with
me. Thank you so much. I had heard about the show in Reno that they
cleaned up on it. I did not know about this one. But, hey! What do I
know, he is only my brother. I really do appreciate you sending this to
I somehow managed to correct my problem I had with my computer and I
heard the sounds on your pages. Your site is too cool! Don't ask me
why, buy for some reason when I started to play the music on Ken's page,
I expected to hear the roar of harley motors and Born to be Wild!!! I
guess with your sense oh humor, it seemed appropriate! And I love your
humor! It is along the same line as mine.
Your pages are great. I have you bookmarked and I will be there often.
Since Ken is the World Famous Harley Mechanic, do you think he will ever
fork over the cash and come in to the modern world and get a computer?
It is such a small world. I came across a profile on this person when I
was searching a web site. He had a harley and lives in Chico. On a
whim, I sent him a note and asked if he knew Ken. Sure enough, he has
for ten years. I did not have a clue who he is. I do now!
Keep those smiles bright!
You can all see Ken's page by going to page 7 on BAD Chariots & going to the Grand National Roadster Page.
Sun, 08 Feb 1998 23:42:12 -0500
firstname.lastname@example.org (Nick Karl)
Dave and Becky:
I enjoyed your web page, content, and music.
I had 3 bikes in the 50s and 60s, none Harleys, and now have the bug to
buy a Harley. I am thinking about an 85 to 90 Sportster and have had
some very good advice from cyberspace on engine size, etc. I have built
several 350 chevy engines but know NOTHING about HDs. I would think for
around $7500 I should be able to get a good clean Sportster that would
keep me busy for a long time. I am going to buy some Harley stock. I
am a golf professional and remember when AMF bought HD and the Ben Hogan
golf company. They did not screw the golf club up as bad as I heard
they did Harley Davidson.
Re: Thank you!
Tue, 17 Feb 1998 01:23:06 PST
"Cat Girl" email@example.com
You did not need to change the music just because I said something. I
just had the feeling that I would hear something different. But your
first choice was not bad. It was Blondie and for years I have been
called Blondie by everyone. Gee, you mean that you did not put Blondie
on there first because of me? You are one of the few in a long time
that has even listened to me. I am just the little sister, what do I
know! (he he he)
I have told everyone about the your web site and to check out my big
brother and the fancy scooter. You do good work Doc. I am really glad
that I have a 17" monitor. Keep me posted on any additional updates. I
will keep checking in to see what you have been doing. (When do you
find time to be a dentist?)
Thu, 19 Feb 1998 20:07:51 EST
GREAT SITE YOU HAVE HERE! I too rode to Sturgis this year (my 50th birthday
present to myself) but on a 25 year old Honda 750. Maybe a Harley next time
when the kids are out of school. Great fun reliving memories looking at your
photos. Thanks for sharing.
Great Web site!
Sat, 21 Feb 1998 12:28:42 -0800
"Carole L. Mahoney" firstname.lastname@example.org
I have been reading you site for about an hour, great stuff! I got into the Harley nonsense and felt right at home. I meant to give you my card with our Web address so you could check it out as well -www.zekes.com/~olney/. It's one of those pages with "just the facts mam". If you are ever riding the back roads in Az, 5 miles from an 11,000' mountain and hot springs, check it out. Has a nice spa for the "ridin' all days kinks" and security for the bikes!
Thanks for seeing me Thurs. emergently with my tooth problem. Always nice to see and talk with another biker - kind of belong in another dimension of some sort. I wrote Shae and gave her your Web site, hope you hear from her.
Sat, 14 Feb 1998 11:09:57 -0800 (PST)
Kip Robinson email@example.com
hey there doc, this is kip robinson from utah, i see from your journal
and pics you went right by my small home town of coalville utah about
20 miles east of park city on I80 when you go by this year if you go
this way stop in coalville at bunnys bar and ask them were "bink"
(nickname) is and i will buy you a cold one for taking me on a trip
that i have always wanted to go on w/ your pics and journal, someday i
will make it! right now my passion is snowmobiles if you have not
tried it yet, and have a few days around march 26th to the 29th to
spare, try jackson hole out in the winter for the national snowmobile
hillclimbs its usually great weather and about 10,000 fellow sledders
having a blast i guess you could call it a sled head's sturgis well
any way , hope to hear from you soon
Tue, 10 Mar 1998 03:39:45 -0800 (PST)
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