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2010 BRAZO'S BIKER BASH in in Waco, TX

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Powder Kegz

Red Rogers & the Durty Dawgs

Spivey Crossing

Gordon Collier band

Total Strangers

Mack Abernathy

Dr Shames Love Circus

John Epperson & Drivin' Blind

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DATES : September 17-19th, 2010

AGE RESTRICTION : Adults only. 21 or better to enter


ENTRY FEES : Weekend pass $35, Saturday only pass $25. RV spots no hookups $35, $125 with electric. No support vehicule fees.

ADULTS ONLY CONTESTS : Friday night Men's ass shaking contest, Saturday night women's nipple sizing contest & wet t shirt contest.

OTHER : Traditional biker rodeo games Saturday afternoon. Breezy ride anytime.

LIVE BANDS : Powder Kegz, Red Rogers and the Durty Dawgs, Spivey Crossing, Gordon Collier band, Total Strangers, Mack Abernathy, Dr Shame's Love Circus, John Epperson and Driving Blind

RALLY GROUNDS : Located behind Jim's Cycle Shop, in Axtell TX. Just 10 miles outside of Waco. Fairly large grounds, plenty of flat grassy space for RV and trailer campers. Some shaded areas for tent campers. Swimming hole, a large inflatable pool and Slip'n slide set up for the weekend, clothing optional. Large circus tent, vendors and portable stage setup in the center of the rally grounds. Porta potty toilets.

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      Pretty damn good party!

      My first time out to this show, it's set up behind Jim's Cycle shop just 10 miles outside of Waco, TX. It's a medium sized show, but them Texans know how to party big!

      A portable stage and huge circus tent set up in the middle of the field, with vendors lined up on the side was the rally area. Lots of open space, so parking RV's and campers wasn't a problem. And to beat the heat they also had a very nice sized swimming hole, one of those blue inflatable pools and a blow up slip'n slide.

      The show more or less follows the traditional biker rally format, with tons of live bands, some Saturday afternoon field events and a bike show. And of course a pretty wild contest or two after the sun goes down.

      Even though it's not the largest party I've ever been to, I really had a good time. The people are all really cool and friendly, the bands were rocking, the titty painter was... well titty painting. And at the drop of a hat they would fill the stage with so many contestants they had to run them through in batches to narrow it down to the winners. You've gotta love a party like that!

      I went, I saw and I had a good time. What else can you ask for? They've only got one show a year, and it's well worth the trip. Check it out next summer, I had a blast.

      Bob rates this party a good 7/10 score