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We are indebted to the Thunder Roads Indiana team for allowing us to, once again, compromise the book’s cover in order to advertise it. We are also indebted to Thunder Roads Indiana for Hoosier Thunder Run. Hopefully, we’ll bump into you at one of the official “Ride n’ Win” stops!
Rockin’ and rollin’ with proximity, here’s a BikerFest excerpt from Chapter Five . . .
Music at a biker rally, whether performed on stage or broadcast from the fairing speakers of someone’s Ultra Glide, is predominantly classic rock . . . shake-your-booty, chug-your-beer, spit-in-the-grass, howl-at-the-moon, dance-your-ass-off rock. Songs like “Welcome to the Jungle,” “Walk This Way,” “Free Bird,” and “Shook Me All Night Long.”
After the live music concert ends well after midnight each night of a rally, a person has three options: (1) cruise the midway to take pictures of babes flashing their body parts; (2) head for Lucky’s RV where, each year, he erects an eight-by-eight stage featuring spotlights, a killer sound system, and a chrome plated twelve-foot-tall stripper pole; or (3) simply head for the tent and call it a night.
After dancing to a Guns ‘N Roses cover band all night—“Paradise City,” “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” “Patience,” and others—Justina’s feet were aching. Justina and Justin decided to head for their tent. Which was perfect because their tent just happened to be nine, possibly ten, yards from . . . Lucky’s RV where the real party of the night was just getting started!
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