Full Tilt Boogie III Wrap Up

Full Tilt Boogie 3 is all done.  Thank you to everyone that came up to Minnesota for the show.  Thank you to all the vendors and sponsors that help support our good times.  Thank you for letting our dirty friends stay at your houses.  Thank you for feeding everyone. There were some bad ass bikes and great people.  There were some great music acts (thanks Rachel, Witchden and Droids Attack).  There were happy party goers that won some cool raffle prizes.  And there were definitely some new friends made.  I am compiling the video footage I shot over the past few weeks and with some help from friends, I will have some visual candy to share of our experiences of the Boogie known as Full Tilt. Also, special thanks to everyone that helped promote our show and those of you that traveled large distances to share the vibe with us.

Next year we will try to outdo all of Full Tilt past.  We will have a new and better Full Tilt Boogie to offer and we are excited to get the train moving on that.  Until then remember to keep two wheels turning and if you see another biker stranded or he needs parts or whatever the case, help him out.  He would do the same for you.  This is the stuff that keeps our obsessions on the road and no amount of chrome or attitude can fuck with that.

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