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Calendar/Events


Laughlin River Run 35th Annual
Apr
26
Apr 29

Laughlin River Run 35th Annual

  • laughlin nv USA

A sliver of the Colorado River Valley where Nevada, California and Arizona meet has been transformed into a fast-growing tourist destination and gambling resort in a few short decades.

Laughlin's current location was established in the 1940's with the South Pointe due to its proximity to Nevada's southern tip. The settlement consisted of a motel and bar that catered to gold and silver miners who dotted the map, and to the many construction workers who built Davis Dam.

Davis Dam was designed to help regulate the mighty Colorado and to provide electricity to the Southwest. Once the dam was completed, construction workers left and the motel fell into disrepair.

In 1964 Don Laughlin, owner of Las Vegas' 101 Club, flew over Laughlin and offered to buy the property. In less than two years the motel and bar, now called the Riverside Resort, was offering all-you-can-eat chicken dinners for 98 cents, play on 12 slot machines and two live gaming tables. Guest accommodations were available in four of the motel's eight motel rooms. The Laughlin family lived in the other four rooms.

South Pointe was renamed Laughlin when the U.S. Postal Service inspector insisted Don Laughlin give the town a name-any name-in order to receive mail. Don Laughlin recommended the name of Riverside or Casino, but the postal inspector used Laughlin instead.

In 1972 the Riverside Resort added 48 rooms, followed by several additions and in 1986 built the first 14-floor high-rise.

A second casino, the Bobcat Club opened in 1967 where the Golden Nugget Laughlin currently operates. In 1968 a third casino, the Monte Carlo opened its doors.

Across the River, Bullhead City flourished in the glow of the casino light. Shuttle boats transported customers from the Arizona side of the river to Laughlin's resorts.

During the 1980s a surge of casino construction exploded in Laughlin. The Colorado Hotel (now the Pioneer), the Regency Sam's Town Gold River (now the River Palms) and the Edgewater opened early in the decade. The activity attracted other investors to begin a second boom resulting in the construction of the Colorado Belle, Harrah's Del Rio, Ramada Express and finally, in 1990, the Flamingo Hilton.

In 1987, Don Laughlin funded and built the Laughlin Bridge at a cost of $3.5 million. He donated the bridge to the states of Nevada and Arizona. The bridge carries 2,000 vehicles daily.

Today there are nine hotel/casinos and one motel in Laughlin providing over 10,000 rooms, 94,000 square feet of meeting space, 60 restaurants, two museums, a 34-lane bowling center and a variety of boutiques, spas and salons. More than 14,000 casino workers now cross the Colorado by shuttle boat or the Laughlin Bridge each day.

The city by the river now attracts nearly 3 million visitors annually who visit Laughlin to gamble, enjoy water sports on the Colorado and attend many high-profile special events hosted by the community.

5th Annual Heroes Ride + Car/Motorcycle Show
Apr
9
8:30 am08:30

5th Annual Heroes Ride + Car/Motorcycle Show

  • Biscailuz Training Center

The 5th Annual Heroes Ride + Car/Motorcycle Show will roll though Los Angeles on Sunday, April 9, 2017. Proceeds from this event will benefit the families of fallen officers and wounded veterans.

Riders will stage at the Hollywood Bowl starting at 8:30 a.m. and the ride will kick off at 9:30 a.m.

The first leg of the ride will be a scenic, escorted cruise down the Sunset Strip, eventually stopping for special veterans' tribute ceremony at Los Angeles National Cemetery (bring your camera for this!)

Following the ceremony, the ride will head east to our finish line party at the Biscailuz Center Training Center (1060 N. Eastern Ave, Los Angeles). We expect to arrive at approximately 12:00 pm. The party at the academy includes car/motorcycle show, lunch, drinks, music, raffles, vendors and more. Invite your family to join at the academy for a fun afternoon, while supporting a great cause!

Tickets are $30 (pre-reg) or $35 (day of event) per rider. Passengers are $10. Car/Motorcycle show entries are $10. Show categories:

  • Best classic
  • Best contemporary
  • Best muscle
  • Best paint
  • Best engine
  • People's Choice
  • Best motorcycle

Attention VENDORS: Interested in a FREE vendor display at the finish line party? Contact mvillegas@ppoa.com

The Heroes Ride is hosted by the L.A. County Professional Peace Officers Association along with the Star and Shield Foundation.

Blessing of the Bikes Old School RIders MC
Mar
26
1:45 pm13:45

Blessing of the Bikes Old School RIders MC

  • 6657 w Sunset Boulevard Los Angeles, CA, 90028 United States

Ride starts at 1:45pm

Bank of The West

13300 Crossroads Pkwy N

City of Industry, CA 91746

 

Ends at:

Blessed Sacramento Church

6657 W. Sunset Blvd.

Hollywood, CA 90028

Long Beach Cycle Swapmeet
Mar
26
7:00 am07:00

Long Beach Cycle Swapmeet

  • Long Beach Veteran's Stadium

$10 a person

The So-Cal Cycle Swap Meet is the largest monthly gathering of riders in the USA. Held every month at Long Beach Veteran’s Stadium the So-Cal Cycle Swap Meet is an “All Brands” event with over 500 Vendors and over 1000 Bikes for show and sale. Riders and Collectors from all ends of the bike hobby, including Harley, Cruisers, Choppers, Vintage, British, Race, Off-Road, Japanese, Euro, and Bicycles get together to buy, sell, trade, show off, and talk about new, used, and vintage parts, bikes, and accessories. From professional shops and manufacturers liquidating excess inventory to the hobbyist selling off leftovers from his latest project you can find smokin’ deals on hard to find parts and accessories. Ride out and park your bike in the Bike Corral or get a vendor space and unload those old parts from your garage.

Long Beach Cycle Swap
Feb
26
7:00 am07:00

Long Beach Cycle Swap

  • 5000 East Lew Davis Street Long Beach, CA, 90808 United States

The So-Cal Cycle Swap Meet is the largest monthly gathering of riders in the USA. Held every month at Long Beach Veteran’s Stadium the So-Cal Cycle Swap Meet is an “All Brands” event with over 500 Vendors and over 1000 Bikes for show and sale. Riders and Collectors from all ends of the bike hobby, including Harley, Cruisers, Choppers, Vintage, British, Race, Off-Road, Japanese, Euro, and Bicycles get together to buy, sell, trade, show off, and talk about new, used, and vintage parts, bikes, and accessories. From professional shops and manufacturers liquidating excess inventory to the hobbyist selling off leftovers from his latest project you can find smokin’ deals on hard to find parts and accessories. Ride out and park your bike in the Bike Corral or get a vendor space and unload those old parts from your garage.

Long Beach Cycle Swapmeet
Jan
22
7:00 am07:00

Long Beach Cycle Swapmeet

  • Long Beach Veterans Stadium

The So-Cal Cycle Swap Meet is the largest monthly gathering of riders in the USA. Held every month at Long Beach Veteran’s Stadium the So-Cal Cycle Swap Meet is an “All Brands” event with over 500 Vendors and over 1000 Bikes for show and sale. Riders and Collectors from all ends of the bike hobby, including Harley, Cruisers, Choppers, Vintage, British, Race, Off-Road, Japanese, Euro, and Bicycles get together to buy, sell, trade, show off, and talk about new, used, and vintage parts, bikes, and accessories. From professional shops and manufacturers liquidating excess inventory to the hobbyist selling off leftovers from his latest project you can find smokin’ deals on hard to find parts and accessories. Ride out and park your bike in the Bike Corral or get a vendor space and unload those old parts from your garage.

$10 to get in.

Free Parking

The Break Room Sunday Funday Rod & Bike Cruise
Jan
15
8:30 am08:30

The Break Room Sunday Funday Rod & Bike Cruise

  • The Break Room

Line Up:

8am-11am-Breakfast

11am to 1pm -Cruise the Alleys

2PM-Award Ceremony

4PM-Raffle and Pinup Contest

7pm-Burlesque Show

 

Trophies:

Best Custom, Best Paint, Best Rod, Best Bike, Loudest Bike

NO COLORS or BURNOUTS

11th Annual Roque' N Lifestyle Toy Run
Dec
3
8:00 am08:00

11th Annual Roque' N Lifestyle Toy Run

  • first congregational church

Ride Registration 8AM at the Roque Center: 10936 Dale Ave. Stanton, CA 90680

Kick stands up 9:15am

Arrive: Lifestyle Cycles: 1510 N. St. College Blvd, Anaheim, 92806

Kick stands up 11am

Arrive First Congregational Church: 515 N. St. College Blvd. Anaheim 92805

cost: $10 plus one unwrapped toy.

Free coffee donuts and lunch

for more info contact Frank (714)745-0948

Rising of the Rods
Oct
8
Oct 9

Rising of the Rods

Rising of the Rods is a one of a kind pre '79 custom car and bike show and music festival with the largest gathering of car clubs from california and surrounding states! We will have all cars and bikes being showcased on the grass next to the lake! Camp sites are available for those wanting to stay on site. Low brow art exhibit, tattoo fest, and Miss Grassroots Contest. The event will be located at El Prado Regional State Park in Chino Hills, CA which is conveniently located centrally of LA, Orange, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties. We will have a pre party and burlesque show friday Oct 7th(offsite venue), after party October 8th(offsite venue), and many more off site activities as well as a full event schedule on site for 2 days!!

 

FAQs

 

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

All ages! Children 12 and under are free!

 

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

Parking is a seperate fee for spectators of $10 which will be collected by the county at entrance to the park. PRE-Registered Show Cars & Bikes will be exempt from the entrance fee to the park but only if pre registered. NO EXCEPTIONS. 

 

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please feel free to contact us at risingoftherods@gmail.com with any questions.

Showlow Volo
Oct
1
10:00 am10:00

Showlow Volo

  • ShowLows C.C. Car & Bike Show

Live Bands, DJ, Food, Beer & Margarita Garden, Vendors, 50/50 & Raffles. Open to Pre-1989 Customs, Hot Rods, Lowriders, Bombs, Muscle Cars, Volkswagens, Mini Trucks, Classics, Vans & Motorcycles. Pre Registration Cars $15 Bikes $10 (deadline Sept. 23rd) $20 day of. Roll in time & Vendor set up is 7am - 10am. Proceeds go to the "Faith Formation" organization at St Hilary Church. Show being covered by: Lowrider Magazine, and Cruise It Magazine. For information, contact Lench @ 562-650-4804 or Vic @ 562-746-9206.
 

Eagle Run @ Quaid H.D. Loma Linda
Sep
17
9:00 am09:00

Eagle Run @ Quaid H.D. Loma Linda

  • Qauid Loma Linda

The first "Eagle Run" was held in 2007 to raise funds for the family of Ray "Eagle" Ramirez. The funds collected covered the cost of chartering a boat for Ray's family to spread his ashes out to sea - a place Ray loved to be. The intention from the beginning was not only to help provide funds for this family, but to make it into an annual event to benefit other families of deceased bikers with their wishes in their loved one's memory. Ray "Eagle" Ramirez was a member and Vice President of the Black Sheep Harley Davidsons for Christ motorcycle ministry, Inland Empire chapter. He was struck on his motorcycle and died on December 2, 2006 in front of the Starbucks located on Washington Avenue in Colton, California. Kim McGuire, an employee of that Starbucks, witnessed the accident and ran to Ray's side. She held his hand and talked to him while he slipped into the arms of Jesus. Ray, was a Marine Corp veteran who served during the Vietnam Era. The Eagle Run continues on each year by a committee of people and many volunteers from Black Sheep HDFC Inland Empire and Roadhouse Biker Church, with a desire to help and love others going through their loss.

Lifestyle Cycles Bike Night
Aug
19
6:00 pm18:00

Lifestyle Cycles Bike Night

  • lifestyle cycles

Lifestyle Cycles Bike Night-Veteran Appreciation
Come hang out with us for our monthly bike night!- This month Lifestyle Cycles is honoring our Veterans! 
-Bike of the Night & Best Paint Contest
-Raffles & 50/50
-Food available for purchase from Bigs Bar & Grill
-Vendors Vendors Vendors!!
ADDITIONAL SPECIALS FOR VETERANS INCLUDE:
-10 Free raffle tickets
-$10 gift card to the first 100 Veterans
-Many vendors are offering specials to our Veterans

Bike Night at Malarkey Grill
Aug
18
6:00 pm18:00

Bike Night at Malarkey Grill

  • Malarkey's Grill

EVERY THURSDAY FROM 6-9pm!!!!
LAST WEEK IT WAS STANDING ROOM ONLY SO GET THERE EARLY TO GET A SEAT!!!! 50/50 was HUUUUUGE LAST WEEK!!!
RAFFLE PRIZES, GIVEAWAYS, FOOD AND DRINK SPECIALS ALL NIGHT LONG!!!!!
BEST BIKE CONTEST EVERY WEEK TOO!!!

10th Annual Pico Ride
Jul
30
8:30 am08:30

10th Annual Pico Ride

  • Tubbys Tavern

Starts at Tubbys Tavern 8:30am at 16509 Leffingwell Rd, Whittier CA 

10am Kick Stands up.

Destination: Mt. Baldy Lodge. 6777 Mt. Baldy Rd, Mt Baldy CA.

Lost Highway Motorcycle Show
Jul
23
10:00 am10:00

Lost Highway Motorcycle Show

  • SAN MANUEL AMPHITHEATER

WELCOME TO LOST HIGHWAY!

We are bringing Southern's California the Largest Motorcycle show and concert it's ever seen! Featuring, live music, motorcycle stunt shows, freestyle motorcross shows, a motorcycle market place and more! LOST HIGHWAY is not an event to miss!

West Coast Thunder Riverside Harley Davidson
May
30
7:30 am07:30

West Coast Thunder Riverside Harley Davidson

  • Riverside Harley Davidson

 

HISTORY

West Coast Thunder (WCT) first originated in May of 2000.  Founded by Pat Delahunty, Steve Cifelli, Steve Aragon, George Helton, Lucky & Theresa Delaney, Rich Greenberg, and D. J. Quinn.   Delahunty first thought of the idea in May of 1999 while watching the documentary “Letters from the Trenches”.  The following day, he called some of his fellow Inland Empire H.O.G.® chapter members, and they organized a small ride to the Riverside National Cemetery (RNC) to participate in their annual remembrance ceremony.  After the ceremony, they decided to make the ride a tradition.  Delahunty reached out to his friend, Don Odell, and the two continue to sit on the Advisory Board of West Coast Thunder and play an integral role in the development of West Coast Thunder each year.


With the financial support from the Harley-Davidson dealership in Riverside, California, the tradition grew in stride, doubling attendance each year.  To this date, West Coast Thunder and donated in excess of $600,000 to the Riverside National Cemetery Support Committee.  These donations help build monuments and provide ancillary support resources for the Riverside National Cemetery.

Each Year upwards of 7,500 motorcyclists pack the street of Indiana Avenue in Riverside, California to observe and participate in the tradition of West Coast Thunder.

In 2009, West Coast Thunder celebrated its 10th anniversary with its annual parade to the Riverside National Cemetery.  Afterwards, participants rode to Historic Downtown Riverside, where festivities included food and product vendors, motorcycle demonstrations, a concert, and the Ultimate Sacrifice presentation by the Inland Empire H.O.G.® Chapter’s Color Guard.  In 2010, the event became too large to stay within the Riverside city limits when K&N Filters presented West Coast Thunder.  Country Music artist James Otto and Danny Gokey performed for registered participants and concert ticket holders at Soboba Casino’s outdoor arena in San Jacinto, California.  In 2011, Stater Bros. Markets presented West Coast Thunder XII, featuring The Marshall Tucker Band.  Subsequent concert sponsors and headliners included Aaron Lewis of Staind and Stater Bros. and 5-hour Energy presented Uncle Kracker. In 2013, WCT XIV Stater Bros./5-hour Energy/ Lucas Oil and MAVTV featured Black River entertainment artist and U.S. Army Veteran, Craig Morgan and back by popular demand, Elektra/All In recording artist, The Farm! Last Years event and our 15th Anniversary, Stater Bros. and 5-hour Energy presented Curb Recording Artist, Rodney Atkins. 2015 brings us our 16th year and we were proud to host country music stars Big & Rich once again at Soboba Casino’s outdoor arena.

 

Proceeds will benefit the Riverside National Cemetery Support Committee via the West Coast Thunder [a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation].  West Coast Thunder continues to be the major contributor of funds to the Riverside National Cemetery.  Completed projects include construction of the National POW / MIA Memorial (dedicated in 2005), repairs to the Medal of Honor Memorial, financial support to the RNC Memorial Honor Detail, and funding each July of the Concert for Heroes. 

These financial gifts have funded cemetery projects to include the purchasing of flower cones and assist in the monthly burials of our indigent and unaccompanied, homeless Veterans by the placing of a bouquet of flowers and an American flag on their final resting place.  For more information about the third largest National Cemetery in the United States, which averages over 31 burials per day, and is a proud, volunteered-based , please visit www.rncsc.org.