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Lithia Springs, Georgia 30122

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Official Newsletter
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. Inc.
Chapter Number 0788
July 2000 Issue

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Atlanta Chapter H.O.G. 2000

Director Director
Dan Gardiner
Assistamt Director Assistant Director
Tom Sigerfoos
Sec/Treas/Editor Secretary/Treasurer/Editor
Rene' Durham
Ride Director Ride Director
Steve Johnson
LOH Ladies of Harley Officer
Tommye Singerfoos
Safety Officer Safety Officer
David Gilmer
Web Master Web Master
B.K. Ellis
Photographer Photographer
Hank Somma
Activities Director Activity Officer
Mike Volk
Advertising Advertising
Jim Sherrer
Ride Captain Ride Captain
Dick Cadou
Ride Captain Ride Captain
Tom Sigerfoos
Ride Captain Ride Captain
Jimmy Lewis
Ride Captain Ride Captain
Don Brown

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July 2000 Event Schedule

Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. events are considered "Open" unless otherwise noted!

July 1, 2000
Lunch Ride with North Georgia Chapter

Meet: 12 Noon
Harley-Davidson of Atlanta
Rene' Durham, Ride Leader
Leave: 12:30 PM

July 4, 2000
4th Annual Dale Morefield Memorial Ride

Meet: 8:30 AM
On the Square in McDonough, GA
Ride to Bostwick, GA for Bar-B-Que, all you can eat $6.00.
Allan Farmer, Ride Leader
Leave: 9:00 AM

July 13, 2000
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. Business Meeting

Meet: 7:00 PM
BBQ House next door to Harley-Davidson of Atlanta

July 8, 2000
Alabama Country Bulldog Lunch Ride

Meet: 10:00 AM
Harley-Davidson of Atlanta
David Gilmer, Ride Leader
Leave: 10:30 AM

July 151, 2000
Lunch Ride, LaGrange, GA

Meet: 10:30 AM
Harley-Davidson of Atlanta
Tom Sigerfoos, Ride Leader
Leave: 11:00 AM

June 20, 2000
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. Chapter Meeting

Meet: 7:30 PM Meeting
Harley-Davidson of Atlanta

July 21-24, 2000
Gulf Coast Ride, Biloxi, MS

Meet: 8:30 AM
Texaco Station, Exit 30, I-20 West
Dick Cadou, Ride Leader
Leave 9:00 AM

July 22, 2000
New Member Orientation

Meet: 10:30 AM
Harley-Davidson of Atlanta
Tom Singerfoos, Ride Leader

July 29, 2000
MDA Poker Run

Meet: 9:30 AM
Harley-Davidson of Atlanta
Tommye Sigerfoos, Ride Leader

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Event Statement

Chapter activities are conducted primarily for the benefit of H.O.G. chapter members. There are three categories of activities, all activities are identified as follows:

Closed Events are those chapter events which are open to chapter members and one guest per member.

Member Events are events that are open only to H.O.G. members.

Open Events are those chapter events which are open to chapter members, national H.O.G. members and other guests as desired.

If you are interested in becoming a H.O.G. Chapter Member, contact Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

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No Report!

Ride Safe and Have Fun,

Dan Gardiner
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

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Harley "Doers" Group

Sounds a bit strange, right? Especially after hearing Harley Owners Group all these years, but if you looks at the "official" web site of Harley-Davidson and get to the H.O.G. information under the "Experience" tab, it states that "having a Harley-Davidson is about doing, not just owning.

So while one could easily predict that the name of our organization will never be changed to the Harley Doers Group, (and lets face it, who would want it changed?), a philosophy of riding and having fun together, called the R&F factor, is the very reason for our owning the great motorcycles we ride. Even helmet stickers abound that say "$15,000 and 500 miles doesn't make you a biker". This a friendly challenge (usually) to get the bike out of the garage and put some miles on it, hopefully with some friends.

Why do I bring all. this up? Only to encourage those who are letting their steeds sit home in the garage with the seals drying up, to come out and join us for some fun!!! Those of us who do ride often should encourage our more inactive members to rediscover what the Harley experience is all about We, each of us, are the stewards of our right to ride; we are those who carry forward the legacy of Milwaukee Iron. Chapter newsletter features such as Dave Devlin's Canada trip feature in the May issue and magazine articles which describe beautiful destinations to the point they are almost a "virtual ride" only go so far. You still can't feel the wind in your face (or the bugs) or the heat or cold or the rain; you can't smell all the sweet smells of spring, and you sure can't hear the drone of multiple sets of pipes which create the loveliest of all bass sounds, that "American Thunder" which sets us apart from other "motorcyclists". This is what Willie G. means when he talks about "the passions". The passion of Harley owners (the doers or active ones) is what sets us apart from other motorcyclists or hobbyists of any sort.

So, I am hopeful that those who read this who may not have ridden in a while will feel an overwhelming temptation to rediscover that feeling of freedom and fun. If you are an active rider, then this article will not tell you anything new you don't already feel or know; OK, great, but why not share your enthusiasm with someone who might be new to Harley ownership, or with someone who somehow may have gotten too busy with other things to remember? Sometimes all folks need to "get back into if' is an invitation from someone like yourself. Be that steward of "The Legend" and invite an owner to become a "doer".

Tom Singerfoos
Assistant Director,
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

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Secretary's Report

No Report

Rene' Durham
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

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Ride Director's Report

Ride today like you want be able to ride tomorrow!

Please Ride Responsibly,

Steve Johnson
Ride Director,
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

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L.O.H. Sponsored MDA Porker Run, Saturday, July 29, 2000

Come on out and show your support for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Saturday, July 29th. We are planning a great ride which will be less than 100 total miles. The ride will end at Taco Macs on Dallas Hwy (120) and Barrett Pkwy. where there will be lots of prizes and give-a-ways in addition to the $100, Harley-Davidson of Atlanta Gift Certificate, for best poker hand.

We will start the run at Harley-Davidson of Atlanta. The first bike out will be between 9:30 and 10:00 am. We will also be selling tickets for a 50/50 drawing to be done at Taco Macs, so be sure to buy a few!

If you are unable to attend the ride and would like to contribute to the MDA, please contact either Tommye Sigerfoos, Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., L.O.H. Officer @ 770-971-4467 or Rene' Durham, Atlanta Chapter H.O.G. Secretary @ 770-944-1340.

Let's ride and have FUN!!

Tommye Singerfoos
Ladies of Harley Officer,
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

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Are Your Tires Properly Inflated?

All reports are good and improving for Past Director, Jim Durham. I believe, Rene' is going to survive too. Our prayers are still with you and we hope for a full and speedy recovery.

Summer is here! The Alabama State Rally and the Macon Braves Ride sure were fun and Hot!

While at the Talladega Speedway, our group got an extra tour around the gas pumps. I won't call any names but our leaders initials were J.C. (his wife Judy calls him Joe).

As the temperature climes so does the heat from the road and the tires. Be sure to keep those tires at correct air pressure. A low tire will get much hotter that one with proper air pressure. I don't want any of you to have a blow out while two wheeling at about 70 miles per hour. This brings up our 'safety note' for July. This time of year always be on the lookout for "Road Alligators". (blown rubber tire carcasses from 18 wheelers, always, in the lane at which, you are currently driving). This relates back to proper air pressure. Most "Road Alligators" are due to under inflated truck tires. If you see one of these deadly creatures or other obstacles in the road, immediately slow down and look for a safe route around it. Be sure to look at the safe route around the object and not at the object itself. Your mind, body, and bike will follow where you look. This being so, if you look at the object, you will drive to it and if it is a "Road Alligator" that would be bad. When you are riding without a group and it is safe to do so I would encourage you to practice this. Remember, your bike will follow your eyes. Since we are having a lot of group rides I want to refresh your memory. When group riding remember the group is only as safe as you are.

"Ride your Harley 'safely' and you will ride your Harley 'longer'".

David Gilmer
Safety Officer,
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

Please Don't Drink and Ride!
Friends Don't Let Friends ride Drunk!

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Activities Officer's Report


On September, 2, we are going to be riding to Dixie Speedway in Woodstock GA. We did this ride a few years ago and had a lot of fun. Racing starts at 7:00 with the feature race being the Pepsi 100, with a $4,000 Late Model winner's purse. We will be meeting at the dealer at 5:00 and leaving at 5:30. The route will leave the shop going north on HWY 278 then following HWY 92 to the Dixie Speedway.

Activities Officer update Renaissance Festival

On Saturday May, 27th, we had 6 bikes and 9 rides on the Renaissance Festival Ride. The ride was not to long and the weather in the morning was overcast but warm. By 10:30, we were at the festival and the temperature was climbing and getting hotter by the hour. Most of us were headed for home and air conditioning by 12:00.

Ride Attendance and H.O.G. Meeting Attendance Contest

Don't forget about these two contests. There is still about 5 months left until we know who the winners will be, but you can't win if you don't ride and come to the meetings. So, come on out to the meetings, come on the rides and have fun.

Mike Volk
Activities Officer,
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

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Road Trip(s)

Joint Lunch Ride With North Georgia H.O.G. Chapter
Saturday, July 1, 2000

We will be having a joint lunch ride with the North Georgia H.O.G. Chapter. We will be going to Gumbeau's in Douglasville. Meet at Harley-Davidson of Atlanta at 11:30. We will leave at 12:00 noon. Hope to see you there.

Rene' Durham
Ride Leader
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

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Ride Leader
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

Alabama Country Bulldog Lunch Ride Saturday, July 8,2000

We will meet at Harley-Davidson of Atlanta at 10:30 AM for a short safety and ride briefing and will leave the shop at 10:45 AM. This ride will take us on back roads, into western Alabama. The ride will be a slow paced 2 lane ride on country roads so all riders are welcome and should feel comfortable. We will eat lunch at the Bulldog's in Ranburn Alabama. The total ride miles will be approximately 175 miles from H-D Atlanta and back to H-D Atlanta. We will stop for gas for the Sporters in the group. Arrive at the shop with a full tank of gas (tires correctly inflated) and be ready for some good country sights and food.

David Gilmer
Ride Leader,
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

Lunch Ride To LaGrange, GA Saturday, July 15, 2000

Since we had to cancel out the river rafting trip down the Ocoee because no one signed up (guess I should not have mentioned the strenuous paddling after all) and rather than leave a hole in our ride calendar for the summer, we will do a substitute ride.

We will have a lunch ride down to LaGrange, GA to eat at Charlie Joseph's. According to a website I found entitled "", they say Charlie Joseph's has really good hot dogs and burgers. It is a small place, but should be able to handle our group OK. The route we'll take will be GA 166 to GA 5 and south on GA 219...those who went on the Run to the Border ride will remember some of this. Join us for a fun ride and a good lunch!!

Day/Date: Saturday, July 15th.
Meeting Time/Place: 10:30 AM, H-D of Atlanta.
Route Coverage/Safety Briefing: 10:30-1 1:00 AM.
Departure Time: TIME: 11:00 AM --- arrive gassed up and ready to go
NOTE: we can meet our "western" members in McWhorter at the junction of 166 and 5.

Tom Sigerfoos
Ride Leader,
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

New Member Orientation, Saturday July 22, 2000

The Atlanta Chapter will be offering a new feature beginning in July called 'New Member Orientation'. A two hour session is planned on an every other month basis to acquaint our new members with the benefits of joining both National H.O.G. as well as the Atlanta Chapter. Weather permitting, our session will also feature a ride to lunch to get folks used to riding in groups. Sessions will normally run from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM.

The agenda is as follows:
Member Benefits of National Membership and Local Chapter Membership
Local chapter organization and officer responsibilities Dynamics of Group Riding and Ride Planning
Group Ride for lunch.

The dates will be published, in the HOGWASH, so watch for details. Our first session will be held on Saturday, July 22nd, beginning at 10:30 AM.

If you have questions about these sessions, please call:

Tom Sigerfoos
Assistant Director,
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

Mississippi Gulf Coast, Biloxi, MS
July 21-24, 2000

Join the Atlanta Chapter H.O.G. on a weekend jaunt to the "Playground of the South", the Mississippi Gulf Coast. No matter what your idea of a getaway is, you're sure to find it here. From 26 miles of sugar-white beaches, to non-stop casino action, shopping, culture, history, arts, and delectable cuisine, Biloxi has it all and everything in between.

We have blocked 20 rooms at the President Casino Broadwater Resort at a room rate of $55.00 per night for Friday and Saturday night and $35.00 for Sunday night. This rate includes a Continental Breakfast. Please call Alison Mull (770-486-8232) for reservations. This resort sits on 260 acres amidst majestic oak trees and is just across the street from the beautiful beaches. This resort offers 24 hour. casino entertainment, lounges with live shows, 3 tropical pools, an arcade and children's playground, fitness center, basketball courts, volleyball, shuffleboard, table tennis, a marina and 18 -hole championship golf course.

There are also scenic riding routes in this area, which include antebellum homes, unique landmarks and historic neighborhoods. Hope you can join us!

Meet Exit 30, Post Road I-20 West at Texaco Stationat 8:30 AM, leave 9:00 AM. Hope to see you there.

Dick Cadou
Ride Captain,
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

Little Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, Sturgis, MS, August 25-27, 2000

For those of you who like small, laid-back towns, (POP. 470) with a Mayberry RFD atmosphere, and small rallies (last year's attendance 4700); this one's for you!

Join your Atlanta Chapter on a ride to the 4th Annual Little Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, MS. You will find good, down home cooking, friendly townsfolk, plenty of rides, including a Friday night Dinner Ride, Poker Runs, Field Events, a Bike Show and Bike Rodeo, Entertainment and your favorite vendors. On Sunday morning, there will be a "Blessing of the Bikes". Pre-Registration forms are available at H-D of Atlanta or you can print one from their website. ( RALLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS AUGUST 1, 2000.

There are two choices for accommodations. Inside and out. Inside is that we have rooms available at the Hampton Inn in Sturgis at the rate of $79.00 per night. This rate includes a Continental Breakfast. Call Alison Mull (770-486-8232) for inside reservations ONLY. ROOM REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS AUGUST 4,2000.

Outside accommodations are primitive camping with showers available on site inside the City Park for registered guests. Other area Camping/RV sites include Pop's Campground (662-465-7637), The Pines RV Camping (662-323-6423) and Benchmark Works Museum & Camping (662-464-6444). Campers, you are on your own for making reservations at these sites. HOPE Y'ALL COME!

Dick Cadou
Ride Captain,
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

Hotel Update from Alison Mull at 770-486-1346.

Biloxi, MS 7/21-7/24: President Hotel & Casino $48.00 per night Little Sturgis, MS 8/25-8/27: Hampton Inn $79.00 per night
Georgia State Rally 9/21-9/24: Hilton Hotel $83.00 per night or Sheraton Hotel $59.00 per night

Call Alison Mull for reservations, 770-486-1346. Space Is Limited!

Georgia State Rally
September 21-24, Hotel Information!

Rooms reserved at the Hilton which is across the street from the Rally are not guaranteed to be nonsmoking and most rooms will have one double bed. We have requested nonsmoking King Rooms if they become available, but the hotel is Sold Out at this time and will only confirm double bed rooms in smoking. Please check the list at the shop to make sure your reservation is for the hotel and date you requested.

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Been There Done That

Macon Braves Ride, A Winner!

The Macon Braves ride was a lot of fun. We had a dozen bikes and 24 folks in all, 22 of whom patiently waited at the nearly shadeless Atlanta Motor Speedway for the ride leaders to show up a "fashionably" 30 minutes late.

Tommye and I hit a snag coming out of Hampton with a wrecker totally blocking Highway 20, so we had to back up and take 81 over to 19/41. We were off by 3:45 and had a very warm, scenic ride into Macon. We were all checked into to our hotel by 5:00 and by 5:30 we headed over to Hooter's to meet up with the Macon Chapter who were there waiting for us. After only a half hour or so of socializing, it was off to the game, as the Braves PR folks recommended we get there no later than 6:15 PM. It was Blues Brothers Night and the boys really put on a great show, singing and dancing their favorites, along with lots of mingling with the crowd. Arriving in their police cruiser with the massive speakers mounted to the top, they sang and danced, posed for pictures, signed shirts & hats, and at one point took a tray from one of the concession workers and tossed bags of chips to the crowd...saying later it was all a joke and those folks really had to pay for the chips drew a good laugh from the crowd.

The ball game itself was good for about 4 innings and then the opposition really broke it open, as the Braves pitching staff looked like they were throwing batting practice. We left in the bottom of the 8th inning and it was 11 to 2. On the way out, Elwood Blues was most happy to pose with our Chapter folks in front of his cruiser, and mentioned that the next time we are down and they are scheduled, they would like a motorcycle escort to the game. One of our guys said we could definitely handle that for them.

Once back to the hotel, we had drinks and conversation in the lobby until after midnight, with Dan an Joe closing up shop. The next morning about half of the group headed back to Atlanta around 8:45 AM and the remainder of us went to Cracker Barrel to chow down before taking our route home.

There should be some good photos on our Chapter Bulletin Board at H-D Atlanta, so check it out. To those who could not make the ride, you missed a great time with a great bunch of folks...catch this annual ride next year!!

Tom and Tommye Sigerfoos,
Ride Leaders
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

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2000 Tentative Events Schedule
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

January 2000

01 Tommy Tyner Annual Memorial Ride
13 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
15 Cave Spring Ride and Lunch
20 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting

February 2000

10 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
12 Sweetheart Lunch Ride
17 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
20 Taco Mac Lunch Ride

March 2000

3 Impromptu Lunch Ride
5 Ride to Daytona Bike Week
9 Ride to Daytona Bike Week
10 Impromptu Lunch Ride
14 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
16 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
17 Impromptu Lunch Ride
18 FYI, Motorcycle Show, Cobb Gallery
24 Impromptu Lunch Ride
25 Run to the Border Ride
26 Bullock House Lunch Ride
31 Impromptu Lunch Ride

April 2000

13 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
14-16 Charleston, SC Spring Ride
20 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
22 LOH, LaPrades Lunch Ride

May 2000

4 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
5-7 Alabama State Rally
11 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
13 Cinco de Mio Ride
18-21 Ride to Myrtle Beach Bike Week
27 Renaissance Festival Ride
28 FYI, Rolling Thunder Ride
29 FYI, P.O.W. Memorial Ride

June 2000

4 Murphy, NC Ride
8 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
8-11 Tennessee State H.O.G. Rally
10 Macon Braves Ride, LOH
11 FYI, New England Bike Week
15 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
17 Lunch Ride to Americus
21 FYI, Annual H.O.G. Rally, Milwaukee, WI
23-25 Cancelled...Natlahala River Ride, LOH

July 2000

1 Lunch Ride with N.GA H.O.G.
4 Dale Morefield Memorial Ride, Bostwick, GA
8 Alabama Country Bulldog Lunch Ride
13 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
15 Lunch Ride to Lagrange, GA
15-16 Cancelled...Ocoee River Rafting Ride
20 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
21-24 Buloxi, MS Ride
29 MDA Poker Run

August 2000

3 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
5-13 FYI, Sturgis Rally
17 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
19 Lunch Ride
25-27 Little Sturgis Ride

September 2000

2 Dixie Speedway Ride
3 Lunch Ride
7 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
10 FYI, Blessing of the Bikes
14 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
16 New Member Orientation and Ride
17 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G. 15th Anniversary Party
21-23 Georgia State H.O.G. Rally, Columbus, GA

October 2000

1 Cheehaw Ride
8 Lunch Ride, LaPrades
7-8 2000 March of Dimes Ride
12 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
13-22 Ride to Key West
14-15 Gatlinburg, TN Ride
19 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
21 Lunch Ride, Helen, GA
29 Lunch Ride, Field Stone Inn, Hawassi, GA

November 2000

3-5 Appalachacola, FL Seafood Festival Ride
9 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
16 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
18 New Member Orientation and Ride

December 2000

3 Christian City Toy Ride
14 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
16 Tentative Chapter Christmas Party
21 NO Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting

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Atlanta Chapter Member's E-Mail Addresses

Barbour, Danny
Becton, Allan
Brown, Don and Jane
Cadou, Dick
Cawley, Charles
Cloninger, Chuck and Linda
Durham, Jim and Rene'
Ellis, B.K.
Gardiner, Dan and Ginger
Gillett, Pamelia
Gillett, Tom
Johnson, Steve and Sharon
Jones, Don
Love, Bron
Keely, Jim
Keely, Johni
Matthews, Billy and Susan
McClure, Glenn
Peel, Robert
Volk, Michael and Karen

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