Be An OFR Friend

If you are a “Riding Group”, a rider yourself , or just want to be an OFR Friend, write your name in the comments box how you would like it to appear on the “Friends” list, and I’ll add it to the list. Or e-mail me at:

“CC” (Webmaster)

19 Responses to Be An OFR Friend

  1. mike says:

    Great site Dana keep up the good work

  2. karlchebator says:

    KC Rider

  3. Scott A. Gillard aka Lizzard says:

    Well I am here in South Texas and I rode with Smiley Bob on the Hoka Hey. Really nice web-site,I am sure Smiley Bob had nothing to do with it…haa haa. Joking. Smiley Bob was awesome to ride with,thru thick n thin we stayed at it. When I was trashed,tired cold n wet he motivated me to keep on trucking. He would gently whisper to me in his smooth relaxing voice..ok ok you all know that was bullshit, Smiley Bob aint got know smooth relaxing voice all he would say was hurry up lets go!!!! NO SNIVELING!!! He is awesome, I dont know how Lou puts up with him….

    • "CC" says:

      Welcome aboard Lizzard your name is being added to the: Friends Of The OFR List.

    • smiley says:

      good to hear from you bro.question is? how do I put up with lou??????? don’t know more texans than I can count on my fingers and toes on but you’re the 1st sniveler. just bustin yer! got that “sargent’ cleaned up yet?

  4. David Neault says:

    Hi my name is David W Neault Sr pres. of The Tunbleweed motorcycle Club. We are a very old motorcycle club Est. 1940 ( see our web site). We are also a no rule club. our mission is to ride old vintage bikes and help down biker when we can. Most of us have been on bike all our lifes, we in joy the spirt of two wheel and the love of vintage bikes. I frist found out about your club at Sam’s. We have breckfast there on sunday morning in the winter. In riding weather we ride to diffrent places to eat every sunday. We would like to become friends. We have a vintage bike show in the spring, and do a ride in the fall. We also do fund risers when some one needs help. Hope to get to know you guys. Please feel free to e-mail me at and time. Thanks, Dave
    Please cherk out our web site and brog. (not as cool as your web site)

  5. "CC" says:

    Welcome aboard guys. Feel free to stop by on Thursdays at Sam’s. Guaranteed you will have a great time. I will add your club to our friends list and add a link to your website.


  6. Hey Dana
    nice page I think what you guys are doing is very cool I used to hang with a group of guys in the early days we called it the breakfast club we use to get together once a month and once a year take a trip to Vermont with our PANS and SHOVELS the good old days !hope to get to breakfast one morning and meet the guy’s Peace!

  7. "CC" says:

    Thanks Greg…we will add you to our friends list…

  8. Bob Barker says:

    American Legion Post 53 Legion Riders wants to be your friend.

  9. "CC" says:

    Welcome aboard Bob. We are happy to friends of the American Legion Riders of Greensboro, NC…

  10. paula grimes says:

    The Last Biker…The old ones stand out now, their numbers dwindling down. They’re sad loss to the American scene, these individualists with the worn down clothes, saddles and faces. You can still see them sometimes, the real ones, some in packs, not as large as a while ago, sometimes alone.
    The alone one is the best. One who’s been there a long time, staying in the life he loves, n……ever giving into a system that sucks you up like a vortex if you slip just one foot into it. He’s got his connections – a few like him, that care for and protect each other. Hanging onto the only unique lifestyle left, like old dinosaurs, their faces are leathered and rough by forty, but their eyes still sharp and knowing.
    Some are gray in the beards and braids, some are limp in their step and some pain in the kidneys. Still they know that no other life is life, but merely a dreary journey into everyone else’s monotony. He looks at the new ones, and then turns away, knowing they will never know of life on the road and of the women who can take it. Wild, loving women who’ll hang in with them, because they love it too. Women with wild hearts and loyal souls, that’s what’s needed here.
    The new ones are shiny and young and a bit too clean. They’re born into a system that has an iron grip now. The new one’s don’t seem to know and couldn’t take the life .
    I think it’s a mystery, even to the old ones, why this life is theirs, but it is, and it’s the only one.
    When the last biker falls, like the dinosaurs, the sun will go down on a breed of heart-of-gold, tough as nails, free spirited men, who even at their worst, love what’s theirs and protect it. In a worldwide system that is making all people as alike as manufactured dolls, the earth will be a duller place…when the last biker falls.

  11. Don Lambson (Roadstar) says:

    Hello from georgia I would like to be a friend of OFR. What is needed to start a group down my WAY?

  12. "CC" says:

    …Hey Don it would be great if you could get an OFR Chapter going in Georgia. I would suggest you get all your friends that you think would want to become a part of OFR Nation. Contact me we can help with patches, t-shirts, and supply artwork. We have 2 Chapters in North Carolina, and hope to have a Chapter soon in California. My e-mail is

  13. Ladies & Gents,
    Just wanted to say thank you to all those that showed your support at Patrick’s Pals run up here in Kennebunkport Maine. Hope to see all of you again, save the date, August 9th, 2014. Stay safe, Cheers and God Bless all of you, From all of us.

  14. Kelly Connolly says:

    This is great! I bought my first bike last summer however I have been on the back since I was 10. Looking forward to being in the wind myself with good people around to help me grow as a rider. Glad to hear there are riding clubs out there that are about riding…

  15. anna gibson says:

    Always want to be your friend — thank you guys and gals so very much for my shirt. More importantly, thank you for including VFW9376 in Clinton, MD on your stop during your ride. Looking forward to seeing all of you next year on your ride. Bring an extra helmet and I’m gonna go with one of you. A greater group of people, I have never met. Keep me posted on what’s going on with all of you and let me know when you’re headed back this way. Take good care and always be safe. Again, thank you all so much.

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