Had a wonderful time at the Machine Gun Preacher ride! He greeted and shook the hands of all 500+ attendees , with thunder in the valley the same weekend there wasn't as many as he was expecting! Sam (his real name) was down to earth, even though you could tell he was a bad-ass at one time with the outlaw's, he sure found God and boy did it change him for the better! We planned to try to get home by supper time but was such a great time we stayed until sunset. The testimonies some of the guys gave brought tears to your eyes. It was quite moving to see most of the bikers, some 1%'rs most not, just really feeling touched by the testimonies and shedding tears. I did have to be careful with pics as all were asked not to photograph any 1%'rs, and they had some huge security guys that seems 8ft tall that roamed around. The two bands were great, both Motorcycle club bands, Broken Chains Biker Church
from Massachusetts, and Remenent Sons Holy City
they are all over the USA. Both rocked the party, with rock and blues!
The ride to there, sported some great scenery the last pic is of Fort Ligoneer from the French and Indian war 1700's use to go there for field trips in grade school!
Our destination MGP headquarters!
This sign was on the front door thought it was cool! Other than my Stryker there was one Honda shadow the rest all HD. The Honda an I rode tandem and side by side as none of the HD guys would ride next to us, I just don't get that, yes even Christian Harley guys are stuck up!!
This is the MGP Sam Childers posing with the Thunder roads magazine hotties!
The 3 hour ride through the mountains included two stops one at a watering hole, one for the guys with small tanks to fill up. Had no issues, no accidents thank God!
What's this another NO.7 lover! Not as nice as yours big D!
As soon as the vids upload I'll post the bands.