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unlucky guy

Not sure were this clip is from, got it off Jeff Decker’s blog, thought I’d share.

The Year In Review by: Reine J. Knobbe

What a wonderful year it has been.  Last year at this time we were planning our fifth year anniversary party.  We updated our website, added facebook, improved our computer system, and have a new e-mail system.  Our motorcycle family continues to grow with new customers coming in even as I type!  We are grateful to all our loyal customers who keep coming back and telling others about us.  Chariots of Fire Customs LLC continues to grow and improve because of our exceptional clientele and faithful volunteers. Continue Reading →

Two New Projects Up!

Just wanted to let everyone know I got two new galleries up on our projects page, so make sure you check ’em out.

Veteran’s Day 2010

Veteran’s Day Parade November 6, 2010

by: Reine J. Knobbe
A very cold morning with only five bikers from our area brave enough to endure the cold ride to downtown St. Louis to support our troops. I understand, 9:30 am on a Saturday is hard enough, but add the below 30 degrees and where is the motivation? This was my first parade in St. Louis. My parents never took me as a kid and I was just never interested in going. Well, today’s Veteran’s Day Parade has changed my mind. It was actually quite fun. Proper riding gear made the cold trip bearable and we were early enough to get front row parking! Thanks to Bob of Citizens for Respect and Honor for asking us to be a starting point. Continue Reading →

New Projects up

Ok I got two new things up on the project’s page. Jim’s/Donna’s “Dawg Slayer” and “No Grey Area”

Special Request

I have teamed up with Kim Biondo of MODOT & we need blue jean, kevalar, and leather jackets, pants, chaps or vests that have been through a motorcycle accident.  We are using these materials for a Safety Awareness campaign for high school students.  Please bring items into Chariots of Fire and give to Reine.  Let us know if you want items back or not.  Our first program will be in January.

-Thanks in advance,

Jeff Decker’s Lair

If you don’t know who Jeff Decker is, look him up and you’ll find a lot of really cool sculptures. He is the man behind the “hill climber” sculpture in front of the Harly museum. He owns many older bike’s and this video is a look into that collection. Enjoy 😉

Fall riding by Mr Jim

Reading Jake’s article in last month’s newsletter brought back memories of fall rides that  Miss Donna and I have taken, the people that we have met.  I love riding in the fall, the rainbow of colors and the crisp air are some of the best things in life. That means sometimes you get wet and cold, but still there can be good memories anyway. Continue Reading →

How I got my motorcycle

My friend Theo did this for animation class. The assignment was to make a video with sound. Check it out!