Idaho House panel unanimously backs ‘motorcycle profiling’ bill

BOISE – Legislation to ban “motorcycle profiling” in Idaho won strong support from the House Judiciary Committee this afternoon, as members praised the bill’s backers and voted unanimously to send the measure to the full House.

“This is the people’s house, and you are welcome any time, as is anybody who wants to come in and address their government,” Rep. Christy Perry, R-Nampa, told the big crowd of motorcycle enthusiasts as she moved to approve the bill.

Rep. Robert Anderst, R-Nampa, told the committee, “Today I’m presenting to you not just as a bill sponsor but as an advocate. For most of my life I’ve been in and around the motorcycling community.”


Boozefighters Motorcycle Club headquarters destroyed by fire

(Kearny Mesa) A fire destroyed the headquarters of a local motorcycle club that helps needy children. Almost everything inside the building is gone, including items used to fundraise.

The fire at the “Boozefighters Motorcycle Club” headquarters started early Monday morning. When member Brian Trum arrived, almost everything was gone.

“I was absolutely heartbroken, we worked so hard to keep it clean,” says “Boozefighters Motorcycle Club” member Brain Trum.

The club is made up of military members, veterans, and retired government workers. Their headquarters is where they would gather for meetings and build bikes for kids that were given away for free during the holidays.

“The whole community helps us with what we do,” adds Trum, “We’re one of the few charities in the world where every dime we make goes to the kids.”


Neighbors shocked by motorcycle meetup escalating to gunshots

A fight during a motorcycle meet up escalated to gunshots leaving neighbors on edge Sunday.

The fight broke out off 15th Avenue in Huntsville just before 6:00 pm Saturday.

"Pretty shocking that it's right in my backyard," said 10-year-old Michael Newsom, who lives just down the street, "I was really scared I told the dogs to get in my room, they were shaken too."

While Newsom was at home alone he heard shouting and fighting outside. When he went to look out the window he said he heard gunshots.

"Then I heard sirens and I was like yes, finally," said Newsom.

Newsom's step-dad Vince Tichenor rushed home once he heard what happened.

"Bout 15 cop cars, crime scene tape, went to the backyard and motorcycles were knocked down," said Tichenor, "never anything like that from the motorcycle club, usually a real good, quiet group."


Harley-Davidson factory cancels Trump visit, fearing protests over travel ban

(VIDEO)----Talk about a vicious cycle.

The Harley-Davidson factory in Milwaukee has canceled a scheduled visit from President Trump — for fear of planning protests, according to a report.

Trump planned to visit the motorcycle factory on Thursday, and to sign unspecified executive orders there related to American manufacturing. His team made no public announcement about the visit, but White House staffers were already in Milwaukee setting it up.

But an administration official told CNN Tuesday the visit was canceled because the company felt “uncomfortable” about planned protests over Trump’s executive order on travel bans.

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'Cross Ban' at Veteran Memorial Gets Taken to Next Level When a Bunch of Bikers Show Up


For years now, the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) has been making headlines for its efforts to ensure that public spaces remain free of any type of religious imagery.

Whether it's Ten Commandments monuments in schools or “In God We Trust” stickers on police cruisers, the group has threatened legal action against towns across the U.S. in order to prevent any such display.


Victim critical, two in jail after Junction City motorcycle club disturbance

A disturbance early Saturday at a Junction City motorcycle club left one person in critical condition and two others in jail, police said.

Authorities weren’t releasing the name of the victim, whom Junction City police Sgt. Brad Diel said was in critical condition at Salina Regional Hospital in Salina.

Junction City police arrested Todd Mahoney, 38, and Kirk Fuller, 33, both of Junction City, Diel said.

Both were being held without bond in the Geary County Jail in Junction City in connection with aggravated battery, a felony, Diel said.

He said police were called about 12:50 a.m. to a disturbance at Veterans Motorcycle Club, where they determined the victim had sustained injuries.

Further details weren’t being made public.


One man shot after fight at motorcycle club gathering in Callaway County

(video)--CALLAWAY COUNTY, Mo. - The Callaway County Sheriff's Office got a call that a man arrived at a hospital in Jefferson City with a gunshot wound around 1:30 a.m. Sunday.

The victim, a 23-year-old from Jefferson City, was shot at a party in the 1800 block of State Road 94, just outside of Jefferson City in Callaway County.

The victim was transported to University Hospital in Columbia and was released after his injuries were treated.

The Sheriff's Office was joined by Jefferson City police, Holts Summit police and Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers.

When authorities arrived to the scene, several people were still there.

Deputies said that a motorcycle club was hosting a party with about 30 to 50 people in attendance. They said a fight broke out between several of the bikers.

The fight led to a shooting.

Deputies said most of the bikers were from St. Louis area and other states; few were from Callaway County.


Austin motorcyclist sues officers for taking photos of his tattoos

An Austin motorcyclist is suing three police officers who he says forced him to lift his shirt and bare his skin during a traffic stop this month so they could photograph his tattoos.

Kristopher Cody King, 34, says his civil rights were violated Dec. 13 when police pulled him over on Koenig Lane for failing to signal a turn on his motorcycle. King, who was not cited in the incident, says the officers told him to consent to the photos or they would take him to jail and take them there.

The suit, filed Thursday in federal court by attorney Millie Thompson, lists officer Dane O’Neill and two other officers as defendants. O’Neill, according to the lawsuit, peppered King with questions about patches on his vest and his biker affiliations. The other officers were not identified in the lawsuit because their identities were unknown.


Motorcycle clubs buy gifts for hundreds of Christmas Angels


Generosity came pouring out of a Walmart in Mesa. A group of motorcycle riders took all of the tags off the Christmas Angel tree there and started crossing things off their list.

A dozen different clubs rode to the Walmart at Mesa Riverview to open up their hearts and their wallets.

"I love it. I love it. It's a good thing for the kids, man," one rider said.

They take a Christmas Angel tag off the tree, and each tag represents a child. It includes their name, age, clothing size, and wish list. 

"Carlos, he's 14, and wants a bike," said another rider. "It says clothes too, but let's be honest, they want a bike." 

"Now, I got to get some shoes," another told us.


1,800 female motorcyclists gang up for Babes Ride Out 4

Eighteen hundred women, bikes, camping, welding, free tattoos, karaoke, live music, dance parties and four days of epic motorcycle rides through the desert with a strict no-boys policy: Babes Ride Out (BRO) is an event not to be missed.

Now in its fourth year, BRO attracts female riders from all over the world.


Riding through California’s Joshua Tree National Park en route to Salvation Mountain for Babes Ride Out 4. Photo: Erin Hogue



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