Our next Sucky Biker Bowling night is
Thursday, December 3rd at 6:30pm
Like to bowl?
Are you (hopefully) sucky at it?
answered yes, then please join us at
Fantasy Springs Lanes in Indio.
Cost is $16 per person, includes two hours of
bowling (with other sucky bowlers!),
shoes, pizza, soft drink, a ticket for
the weekly 50/50 and an entry into the
End of Season Grand Prize (the
accumulated other halves of each weekly
50/50!). Check in by 6:30 to get your
shoes, ball and raffle ticket...we start
bowling at 6:45pm sharp!
Check out our
pics on Facebook from previous rounds -
be prepared to laugh!
We'd love to
have you join us. Please call us to sign up
so we hold enough lanes for everyone to
By the way...everyone is invited to come
and hang out with us...and laugh at us -
Monthly I Dunno Ride
The I Dunno Ride in November is on Sunday the
29th. Check with
us for KSU time....
Happy Birthday to November babies!!
Dave Woods of SoCal Motorcycle Training
And Happy 240th Birthday to the US
Please make sure we have YOUR birth
date...email your name and date to email@example.com
Yes, we ARE on Facebook!!
Please check out our Facebook page..we
try to keep it updated daily with ride
info, silly photos, event info, birthday
greetings, motorcycle related news, and
Motorcycle Training here in the
We think it's funny that people think we
are nuts for preferring nitrogen over
plain air in tires.
However, the people at the Bentley
dealership in Rancho Mirage seem to feel
the same way as we do.
The only difference between Valley
V-Twin & Bentley is our
pricing...ok...maybe there are one or
two other differences!
We fill the tires we sell & mount with
nitrogen at no extra charge.
Zero. Nada. Free. Zip. $0.00.
Would you like to swap out the air for
nitrogen in your motorcycle tires?
We only charge $6 per m/c tire...cheaper
than owning a Bentley, eh?!
It's easier than ever before to sign up
for the BasicRider Course!! Pick your
date and pay online thru the CMSP
Click here for the CMSP site, or go
www.scmt411.com . Check them out
on Facebook too!
Remember, not every rider out there has
the experience that you do...cut some
slack for the newbies!
By the way, if you have your own bike
and would like to take the BRC, contact
Dave or Allison with your bike's info
(engine size, weight, etc)...you may be
able to take the class on your own ride.
Certain limitations apply.