Wednesday, September 22, 2010

10th Annual Thunder Beach Autumn Rally Revs Up

Look for Wikked Steel's Area 51 bike at US Rider New's
Best Of The Beach Custom Bike Show, Sat. Oct. 2nd
at the 10th Annual Thunder Beach Autumn Rally in Panama City, Florida. U.S. Rider News Custom Bike Show.

The biggest and best bike show on the Gulf Coast, the official bike show of the Thunder Beach Rally, presented by US Rider News. Free cleaning supplies given to every pre-registered bike. Over $10,000 in prizes and cash given away at this show. $1000 Best of Show winner!

Photos of the 2010 Best of Beach Show sponsored by HHI, Custom Dynamics, Kuryakyn, Best Western, Jireah Cycles, RC Components, Renegade Wheels, Two Brothers Tires, Wimmer Machine, Luster Lace, Wizards Products, and Steel Horse Law.

Bike show registration: 9:30 a.m. to noon, Sat. Oct. 2nd at Pier Park. Awards at 4 p.m.

The most beautiful beaches in the world are on the Emerald Coast in Northern Florida that hosts a spring and autumn Thunder Beach Motorcycle Rally, the first weekend in May and the first weekend in October.

Without a doubt, the Panama City area beaches are my favorite in Florida!

Both of the rallies are free to attend, but the 10th Annual Thunder Beach Autumn Rally kicks off with two parties - at Shores of Panama and Bay Point Marriott, Sept. 29th and Sept. 30th 2010.

Then get ready for Edgar Winter and Molly Hatchet (FREE) concerts on Friday and Saturday nights, Oct. 1st and Oct. 2nd. 

Back by overwhelming demand - "The Sauce Boss" will be playing the blues and cooking up some authentic gumbo at the Bay Point Marriott VIP Party. We saw him not long ago at the ZRooms in Orlando, and boy can that old boy sing and play and rock the place!... and his gumbo was not a stage prop - it was Delicious!

Bill Wharton, "The Sauce Boss" comes from the deep roots of the Florida Cypress Swamp. Haven't heard him play? You’ll never forget him once you do. With his distinctive slide guitar sound, wroght out of his ’53 Telecaster like a man beggin’ for mercy, and slung through a 1948 Fender amp like a dark horse running through the night, the Sauce Boss has a truly authentic sound that leaves you looking for something you thought you’d lost, but in fact you never knew you had. Read more.

Come check out the Old Skool Road Show, a one of a kind traveling antique motorcycle experience.  After approximately 20 years of collecting antique motorcycles and keeping them for private enjoyment, Alan Smith (founder and collector)  decided to take them on tour and let other people enjoy them as much as he did!  While most museums allow you to look at their bikes, Alan prefers you to look at, sit on and take pictures with his bikes.  They don't mind starting the bikes and showing what makes them tick, literally.  Presented by the 10th Annual Thunder Beach Autumn Rally - the first mobile collection of antique Harleys and Indians in the world, ranging from 1914 - 1957. 

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