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In Memoriam – Richard Weber

Richard (Dick) Weber passed away peacefully at the age of 86 after a long battle with Parkinson's disease. He was the beloved husband of Edna, and they were married for 65 years this past December. She has lovingly cared for him since his Parkinson's diagnosis over 12 years ago. Dick lived in Abington most of his life and graduated from Abington High School. He was the son of Charles and Eva Weber. Continue reading

IVHOG Advanced Rider Course Information

I’m giving preference to the IVHOG members who signed up at the meetings for IVHOG ARC registrations. There were around 34 people who said they were interested, given the response – and a lot of leg work - I was able to secure 3 full classes (unheard of) for IVHOG. I have a few email out to the members on the list, so far about half have selected a class, with 36 slots open for the 3 days I have about 60% of the spots open. Continue reading

The Committed MC, Poker Run April 29th 2017

Committed MC, for a Poker Run April 29, 2017; Starting at Whitpain Tavern, Dekalb Pike, Blue Bell. Registration 9:30-11:00, KSU at 11:30 $20 Rider, $10 Passenger. Benefiting Veteran's Multi-Service Center. Prizes for Best and Worst Hand! More Information contact Repo at 484-522-7134. Continue reading

Mistakes New Riders Make in the first 6 Months

Your newfound fascination with motorcycling has you chomping at the bit to get out and ride until your glutes can’t take it anymore. And then you want to go out and do it again. Nothing can come between you and the open road, or any road for that matter. You’re a beginner motorcyclist, and you’ll never grow tired of this two-wheeled passion. But heading out for a ride without really thinking about what you’re getting yourself into is asking for trouble, or worse, a trip to the hospital or a permanent dirt nap. There are a bevy of stupid mistakes new riders make in their first six months, and they’re not nearly as obscure as you might think. We’ve compiled a list of the most egregious and detrimental mistakes, and it’s not a terrible idea for you seasoned riders to review it too. Continue reading

3rd Annual SAP Ride for Veterans – Newtown Square, PA

On Saturday, September 30, 2017, riders will travel by police escort from the SAP Newtown Square office to Harley-Davidson Vehicle Operations in York, PA. There they will meet up with hundreds of other riders participating in the annual Harley-Davidson Open House. The manufacturing plant will be open for tours there will be a variety of activities, including demos of all new Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Continue reading


What is a scavenger hunt? Imaging a poker run, where you ride to places you know, that have items you need to find on our list. There is no set course, no right or wrong, just fun with friends, riding and taking pictures. What can you expect? We will provide you with a long list if things to take photos of. Things you say? yes, we will have a list that might look like this? Cigar Store Indian, Cheese Wheel, Horse, Covered Wagon, Giraffe, Penguin, Civil War Cannon, Liberty Bell Continue reading

AMA Gypsy Tour 2017

One of the original experiences in motorcycling, gypsy tours are gatherings of riders from all over the country, converging upon a single destination. AMA National Gypsy Tours bring like-minded riders together to enjoy the camaraderie of motorcycling, often in a location of particular beauty, historic significance and/or importance to the sport. It all kicks off at one of the biggest rallies of them all: AMA Gypsy Tour at Bike Week! Continue reading

IVHOG Winter Break Cruise to the Bahamas

Indian Valley HOG Winter Break Cruise Members, Non-members family and friends Welcome January 21st thru January 28th 2018 DOWNLOAD PDF FILE: IV HOG Baltimore RC Feb2018 Ship Name: Carnival Spirit Pricing Per Person: Balcony room $793.25 ** ** Taxes and port expenses included, gratuities not included Continue reading


Harley-Davidson just released the new Road King Special for 2017. This is a huge deal for a few reasons. One being the poor Road King always got the short end of the stick when it came to advancements in technology and style because as H-D said “It is meant to have the classic look.” It was last to get the hydraulic clutch in the Touring family, even the ultras got the new styled lighting in the rear and the poor old Road King was still rocking that dookie giant chrome cross bar honeycomb turn signal setup. Continue reading

Join The Quigley’s at Sellersville Theater for Roomfull of Blues

Join us for a great concert: March 11th, 8pm, @ Sellersville Theater, Roomfull of Blues, an American blues and swing revival big band. Billboard called the band "a tour de force of horn-fried blues". Tickets $25. At door/By phone/At box office (M-S 10-9pm). The theater at 24 West Temple St. (behind the Washington House). Members - meet at Bankers Restaurant, 309 South Main St. Sellersville, After Show. Continue reading

AMA seeks knowledgeable riders

The Federal Highway Administration announced the establishment of a Motorcyclist Advisory Council. "The MAC will coordinate with and advise the FHWA Administrator on infrastructure issues of concern to motorcyclists, including: (1) barrier design; (2) road design, construction, and maintenance practices; and (3) the architecture and implementation of intelligent transportation system technologies." Continue reading
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