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MEET N GREET

By Activities Officer - Posted on 25 January 2011

The date for our meet and greet is January 30,2011.

Dinner ride Jan.20,2011

By Activities Officer - Posted on 24 January 2011

What a wonderful evening.  Eighteen riders ate at the Outback in Lahaina. The food was wonderful and everyone had a great time.

MEET N GREET

By Activities Officer - Posted on 24 January 2011

Correction, there will be a meet and greet between 2 and 3 o'clock at the Ale house. There will also be a surprise for all new members that attend.

Aloha State Chapter 44 Activites

By Activities Officer - Posted on 19 January 2011

Aloha State Chapter 44 Activities
 Aloha!
            We will be having a Thursday night dinner ride 20 of January, 2011.  Please meet at Carl Jr. in Maalaea at 6:30 p.m. We will be riding to Outback in Lahaina for dinner. We will have at least one dinner ride a month and date will be set at chapter meetings by membership.  We will support the business’s that help us with door prizes and donations. If the weather is bad due to rain, please come in your car. 

2009 H.O.G. Rally

By Activities Officer - Posted on 11 September 2009

State HOG Rally...

Waiting for Chili!

By Activities Officer - Posted on 02 June 2009

Been looking forward to this years Chili Cook-Off.

Chili Cook-Off

By Activities Officer - Posted on 06 August 2008

08/06/08

This years Chili Cook-Off sounded like it was a "HUGE" sucess! I say sounds like because I was unable to make due to a recent leg injury. From what I heard though it was a truly Rock'n time with over 70 bikes participating in the ride with no incidents and the entertainment featuring Vince Vaughn and Co. was a hit with music suitable to a biker rally. I also heard that the second band Na Koho, rocked the place too, with plenty of rock tunes and terrific sound.

Yo bruddha wassup!?

By Activities Officer - Posted on 09 April 2008

This past Sunday we all met to show our respects for a downed rider, although I didn't know Mark Means very well it was great to see the turnout from the local biker community.

This past Sunday we all met to show our respects for a downed rider, although I didn't know Mark Means very well it was great to see the turnout from the local biker community. I'm sure each and every one of us there represented a fellowship of brotherhood that made an impression on Mark's family and to those on Maui who saw us ride to the cemetary.

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