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Apr
05
10 years down.

I'm sitting here and thinking about what that means to me and Big Dog Biker. That's a long time, and Big Dog Biker really started in 2006 with Hot Rod Biker. The BDOG was in a death spiral do to the owner letting it die a slow death. @Raywood was helping me with Hot Rod Biker and invited the masses over, and HRB quickly became the BDM gathering spot.

I remember polling the BDM owners about a spin off sister site and the response was an overwhelming YES! It took a few months to get everything sorted out and up and running... then it became official! Big Dog Biker went live and the rest is history.

We all have helped countless Big Dog owners repair their own bikes. Truth be told, we've helped a number of professional mechanics repair Big Dogs!

We've got a great membership going on here. We've had big gatherings all around the world, since we are a true international community.We've had huge group rides, my most memorable was our Big Dog Biker group ride in Sturgis in 2010 that @Dakotabos put together. And we have the rides that @mastiffdave puts together at the BBBBQ rally in Arkansas. Now we have our 10 year party that @Biker Babe and @Mr. Wright are organizing, which should be a blast.

We've gone through different hosting companies, different forum software, different looks. The staff has received threats of physical violence up to, and including, death threats. I've had the Secret Service show up to my home and faced a federal subpoena due to a stupid political post (hence the no politics rule). We've watch a few former members self destruct right in front of us. Crazy stuff has happened here.

Despite a few negative periods in our history, I wouldn't change a thing. We just have amazing members that bring so much to the Big Dog Biker community and all of you make Big Dog Biker a real, no-shit, community.

People like to thank me but all I've done is create a...
Jan
03
The holidays are over and now the countdown begins Ill be on the road to daytona in 64 days:whoop::old2:
May
03
After being entertained by Marky-Marc's videos, I decided to dedicate a section of the forum (i.e. contain the crazy) for him to share his entertaining endeavors.

Thanks Marky-Marc for bringing some new energy to Big Dog Biker!
Jan
17
Interest has peaked again and I did order extra coins last time.

Price, $18/piece ($15/piece for supporting members). Shipping is $5 with a tracking number, priority mail.

International shipping will be on a case by case basis.

Send an email with your screen name and email address to bigdogbiker.orders@gmail.com and I will send out an invoice from PayPal.

There can be some lag time between your email and me sending out an invoice. I'm not at home and my internet connection is fair on a good day so please be patient. I'll leave ordering open for a while, I normally do not monitor this email address unless we have something going on. I found a few orders and will invoice those tonight/this morning.


NOTE: There is only one coin design. The picture is of two coins, one showing the front and the other showing the back. All coins have the same front and back designs on them.
Dec
26
The 2016 Redwood Run is guaranteed to be the best
Old School Biker Party on the West Coast.


Live Music All Weekend • Bike & People Games • Wet T-Shirt Contest
Mechanical Bull • Vendors • Great Food • Beer & Cocktails
Unofficial Titty Alley • On-Site Camping • Lots More!


http://redwoodrun.org/photos.php

Will you be here?
May
25
This is something we had way back when we started Big Dog Biker... and then it was "broken" somehow and never worked again.

But one of the benefits of moving to this new software was the strong support and following... and the talented programmers.

So, a Big Dog Biker Members Map is back and working like a champ. It may take a couple more days for it to fully render all members locations, if it can, so if you don't see your location, give it a day or two.

The Member Map pulls the location you entered in your profile. This can be your city/st/country or zip code. I've even tested down to my exact address, and that works perfectly... I don't recommend it. Essentially, any location that Google maps can render, you can use in your Location section.

Your profile location

User Map - found under the "Members" tab