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Service combines wrestling and worship

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Wrestling and worship are coming together in downtown Raleigh. Freedom Biker Church of Clayton hosts a worship service every year at the Ray Price Capital City Bikefest and Motorsports Expo. The service is the church’s largest evangelistic community outreach, and this year it will have a unique twist as it showcases the Gospel and grappling. Read more

Needle & Ink: The Heathen Ways of Overeducated Tattoo Artists

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Alex Carter points to my ears. I’ve got eight piercings total, which pales in comparison to the body modification work he has. “You’ve got a couple earlobe piercings. That pretty much started from the ‘70s with Jim Ward opening the Gauntlet, which was the industry’s first piercing-only shop. Jim Ward is commonly referred to as the father of modern body piercing,” says Alex. Read more

Copper Chopper

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This copper chopper Shovelhead doesn't exactly scream "subtle" but I do like its style. Green Devil Choppers created this shiny, coppered-out 1969 Flatside Shovel, based around that motor and a custom frame by Spartan Frameworks with springer frontend. Here's what they have to say about it: Read more

AMA Club 1924 announces 2016 schedule

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The American Motorcyclist Association wants to see you among the hundreds of thousands of riders at 2016’s iconic motorcycling events, such as Daytona Bike Week, Americade, Laconia, AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days and Sturgis. AMA Club 1924, named in honor of the AMA’s founding year, will be the association’s presence at these events, celebrating the fun of motorcycling, connecting with riders and looking back on the history of motorcycling in America. AMA Club 1924 visitors will have a chance to win some great prizes from AMA member benefit partners. Read more

2015 Ray Price Capital City Bikefest ─ The Scene

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Last year this rally was attended by over 100,000 people from all over the country. This year, not so much, due to the rainy weather that lasted the whole weekend. Not to fear, though, as there were many events taking place inside the Convention Center that housed not only the bike shows, but a Tattoo Expo, various stunt shows, a Harley-Davidson fashion show as well as a pin-up show.   Read more

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Bikefest Hours

Dealership - Salisbury St

Friday, Sept 22
8AM-6PM
Saturday, Sept 23
8AM-5PM
Sunday, Sept 24
11AM-4PM

Downtown - Fayetteville St

Friday, Sept 22
Noon-11PM
Saturday, Sept 23
10AM-10PM

Expo - Convention Center

Saturday, Sept 23
10AM-8PM
Sunday, Sept 24
NOON-5PM