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State Fair Settles Civil Rights Lawsuit with Veterans and Christian Motorcycle Clubs
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In 2010 a group of motorcyclists, including two from the Spirit Riders Motorcycle Ministry and one with the US Military Vest MC were turned away from the Florida State Fair due to a "no colors" policy that was initiated in an effort to discourage gang activity. The incident was caught on tape and the three filed suit in Federal Court and were represented by Tarpon Springs lawyer Jerry Theophilopoulos. This past August, the trio were awarded $72,500 in a settlement. Defense attorney Jay Daigneault of Clearwater said that while the Fair Authority and its insurance company decided to settle the lawsuit,...
THE MOST FAMOUS CHOPPER IN BIKER HISTORY TO BE AUCTIONED
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CUSTOMIZED CHOPPER EXPECTED TO BRING AS HIGH AS $1 MILLION DOLLARS UP FOR BIDS OCTOBER 18TH The auctioneers gavel will fall on the last remaining customized Captain America chopper used in the 1969 movie “Easy Rider.” The auction is set for October 18th in Calabasas California. Michael Eisenberg, a California businessman who once co-owned a Los Angeles motorcycle-themed restaurant with Peter Fonda and “Easy Rider” co-star Dennis Hopper is selling the bike. Eisenberg bought it from Dan Haggerty, (Grizzly Adams) who says he was given the bike by Fonda and Hopper after shooting wrapped up. This is one of...