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Next time you are in Northern Arizona on a Saturday come check this out!
Next time y'all are up in the Northern Arizona on a Saturday and you have some free time come check this out.
Me, my dad, and my brothers last Saturday opened up a non-profit organization called "The Little Biker Church In Northern Arizona".
You may be wondering what that is well:
The little biker church isn't really a church it is a place to come and hang out talk about cars and trucks, motorcycles too! Also once in a while we will be holding car, truck and bike shows where the public will vote not judges!
We will be holding biker burnouts on some days too! (working on building the platform)
We will bless motorcycles and vehicles and honor the guardian bell.
(Me, my dad, and two brothers are ordain ministers now)
We will hold biker weddings (working on that right now)
We will have fun like couch riding and more!
We aren't expecting this to get extremely big but if it does even better! We just wanted a place to have fun get together and just hang out.
It will be every Saturday from 1 to sundown (we may extend times before you know it.)
Place: 4487 Sorrel Road Snowflake Arizona. (It is a block of dirt road but very tame dirt roads)
Come have some fun.
(Craig I hope you are ok with me posting this here I figured it should go here to let people know)
Really would love to hear peoples opinions harsh or not.
Will be answering questions too!
Try and come up around winter time I am hoping to find a nice little spot to go mudding (if I have the right truck to do it in). That or Monsoon season (if we ever get some rain up here this year).
Why clean it. That is a waste of time. I just wait for rains. My F150 still is well kept in last winters mud. The mud protects the paint & various other parts. It is cheaper than scratch remover or touch up paint.
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