September 7, 2014
One Ride and Army of Artists present Straight Up Stunt Show
Support a good cause, Aslan Ventures, and enjoy a huge raffle with great prizes, a BBQ, music by Gbeats, a stunt show by the Straight Up crew, and live art.
Sponsored by Sporttech Cycles, Gbeats, Heat Wave, and Cutty Clothing. All bikes are welcome and all proceeds to go Aslan Ventures.
Check out the thread on BARF for more information: http://www.bayarearidersforum.com/forums/showthread.php?p=8669025
Sunday, September 7th at 500 West San Carlos Street in San Jose.
September 6, 2014
Presented by Top Hatters MC Central Valley. Sign in at the clubhouse at 1088 Zell Lane between 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM. The run travels through such places as historic Knights Ferry along the river’s edge and more. Run concludes at the clubhouse with a barbecue lunch. All riders are welcome.
Presented by the Union Iron Workers MC, Locals 377, 378, and 790. Sign in at Napa Valley Classics at 820 3rd Street between 9:00 AM and 10:30 AM. The poker run includes high/low hands, raffle, and 50/50. Tour The Teen Mobile Clinic at the last stop. Proceeds benefit the Lucile Packard Teen Mobile Clinic.
September 5, 2014 – September 7, 2014
The Annual Fryed Brothers Bash In the Redwoods
The Bash includes camping, and of course live music by the Fryed Brothers Band. Other live music by Rogue, Savannah Blue, Chubbs Bros, Sign 1 nine, and the Kent Stephenson Band. There will be raffles, bike games, a bike show, a chili cook-off, vendors, a general store, swimming, and showers. $60 advanced or $70 at the gate. Call Barb for tickets at 707-824-4861, and call the resort for RV space at 707-925-6249. Gates open at 9:00 AM.
September 1, 2014
Ride with the SBFreaks. The ride starts at 10:00 AM at 854 Blossom Hill Road and ends at Superbike Performance Center (next to Road Rider) at around 1:00 PM. There will be a DJ, vendors, door prizes, and a dyno.
Superbike Performance Center is located at 2845 Monterey Highway in San Jose.
You’ll also find SBFreaks at Bike Night at the Fifth Quarter Sports Bar and Grill on Kooser Road in San Jose, at 7:00 PM every first Wednesday of the month.
August 30, 2014 – August 31, 2014
Awesome AFM racing on a beautiful summer day. 2014 dates are tentative. Please visit AFMRacing.org to confirm race schedule.
August 29, 2014
AFM race weekend!
Learn how to ride better, faster, and safer, with the team of Keigwins@theTrack. Check out their website, www.keigwin.com, for more information on rider courses, New Racer Schools, and track days. Camping is available at Sonoma, Buttonwillow, and Thunderhill. Photography, suspension and tires services, and massage are available at most Keigwins track day events, and groups are split into A (advanced) and B+ (intermediate/advanced) and B- (intermediate/beginner).
August 24, 2014
Doc Wong’s Dual Sport Adventure Riding Clinic, Part 2. Attend the classroom portion on Friday night so you’ll be ready to apply your knowledge on the bike. All Doc Wong clinics are educational, fun, and free and put on by Doctor Harry Wong. Night classes take place in Doc Wong’s Belmont office, and Sunday rides start at the office with a talk, followed by a four hour ride through the hills. The Doc requests that you email him or call his office to let them know you will be attending a session, and we recommend checking his website as well for further information on his different classes. Confirm by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling his chiropractic office at 650-365-7775.
August 23, 2014 – August 24, 2014
A Z2 Track Day. Ride in one of three experience levels: A (advanced), B (intermediate), or C (novice school). Click here to visit Z2′s website for more information and to sign up!
Presented by Native Sons of the Golden West, Auburn 59, and benefits Native Sons Historical Preservation and Academic Programs. Start your day of fun with the biker’s breakfast and then explore the Gold Country with Gold Country Harley Riders. The high hand run will meander through the Gold Country and the high hand winner wins a $2800 customer bike trailer from American Teardrop. When you return to the Fairgrounds you will sit down to a good old-fashioned barbecue hosted by the Georgetown Native Sons. Take the rest of the afternoon to sample foothill microbrews, listening to country music, and cruising the displays of new motorcycles. Tickets are limited, so pre-registration is recommended. Register at www.nsgw59.org.