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Faunsdale bike rally 2008 spring |
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Bob rates this rally a 7/10 beer cans!
This rally reminds me an awefull lot of the Indiana Abate boogie, where the rally is mostly one big, relaxed tailgate party. The people are great, and super friendly. Many of them have been comming for years & take advantage to renew aquaintances they've made in the past. It's definately has a less frantic pace that many of the other rallies I go to.
It's been a few years since I went to the Faunsdale bike rally, and now I'm wondering why.
Turned out to be a pretty good party with a few thousand people camping out for the weekend. Things were pretty quiet on friday night, they don't really officially have anything planned for the first day of the rally. I guess it's just come on in & tailgate party for the first night. It didn't really matter though because it poured rain anyways.
Saturday morning started off bright & sunny... you couldn't have asked for better weather if you ordered it on ebay. The poker run left around 11am, and got back just in time for the bike games which take up the entire saturday afternoon from just after lunch until sundown.
Of course it ain't that bad as they use that ''buy back'' rule, where if you get eliminated you can try again as long as you're willing to do it topless. Sure spices up the rodeo games.
Around dinner time (that's supper for you Yankees) they threw in a best bike & tattoo contest, followed by their one & only live band for the weekend, Haywire.
This is not a rally you can bring your kids to, they clearly state that you have to be 18 years old to even just get in. Saturday night features a wet t shirt contest, sometime around 10pm'ish or so in between band breaks. And of course some titty painting and flashing going on & off pretty well all day Saturday.
Completely original and exclusive to this rally is their Saturday night midnight ''breezy ride''. It's something of a rally tradition, complete with pins & patches you can buy saying you participated in it. And what's a ''breezy ride''? You have to ride around the entire campgrounds wearing nothing between your boots & your hat, hooting, hollering, honking and rackin' your pipes the entire way! They take it pretty seriously, you can't get the pin or patch unless you have witnesses that will vouch that you actually did it.
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Faunsdale bike rally spring 2008
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