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2018 Myrtle Beach Bike Week ─ The Bikes Part Three

Story And Photos By Jack Cofano
2018-08-02 15:52:13 Published in 2018 Rallies & Events

It’s a good thing Spokes & Bones had a bike show the day I went down to cover the Myrtle Beach Bike Week or I would be hard pressed to find bikes for this article. As it was, the show was mostly baggers, but, oh, what a collection of world-class machines. I can always count on this show to give me everything I could ask for.

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2018 Myrtle Beach Bike Week ─ The Bikes Part Two

Story And Photos By Jack Cofano
2018-07-30 08:51:21 Published in 2018 Rallies & Events

It’s a good thing Spokes & Bones had a bike show the day I went down to cover the Myrtle Beach Bike Week or I would be hard pressed to find bikes for this article. As it was, the show was mostly baggers, but, oh, what a collection of world-class machines. I can always count on this show to give me everything I could ask for.

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2018 Myrtle Beach Bike Week ─ The Scene Part Two

Story And Photos By Jack Cofano
2018-07-25 14:32:54 Published in 2018 Rallies & Events

The motto "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds" was originally said about the US Postal Service. But, that motto goes for event photographers as well except for the snow part as far as I’m concerned.

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2018 Myrtle Beach Bike Week ─ The Scene Part One

Story And Photos By Jack Cofano
2018-07-24 09:30:02 Published in 2018 Rallies & Events

The motto "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds" was originally said about the US Postal Service.

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The Unknown Road King

Story By Alvoris Vambrosio Photos By Jack “I Wish I Was” Cofano
2018-07-19 11:15:11 Published in Baggers

    Like so many custom bikes we feature from shows where our photo lad, Mr. Jack Cofano, cannot find out who built or owns the custom bike he’s photographing, this one is also Unknown. But, as you might have noticed, I spelt unknown with a capital U and theoretically that’s incorrect except that it isn’t. The radical Road King you’re staring at was built by Unknown Customs in Gainesville, Georgia, with Greg Wingo at the helm. So, what are the odds of one more unknown custom bike built by somebody we know? Apparently pretty good I guess.

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