Images & Article by Jack McIntyreSeptember 16, 2017: So what did we do today? Took off from Philly at 05:00 and arrived in Brooklyn NY bright and early for the set up of the Indian Larry Motorcycle Grease Monkey Block Party, 2017. This is an example of one of the greatest dedications of fans of the brand Indian Larry, and the generosity of all involved to continually donate to the Aidan Jack Seeger Foundation. I walked the event shooting pics & talking with friends & visitors, and the event , as always, provided entertainment from one end to the other as seen in my images below. Motorcycles lined the surrounding streets, with a mix of custom cars, FXR stunt shows, music all day / night, and more. Enjoy the images, visit the Aidan has a Posse website if you can to donate & learn, and come to the party on 2018!
Well as usual, the Indian Larry Grease Monkey Block Party was a blast. A mist the backdrop of beautiful Brooklyn & Manhattan sky line, thousands gathered to support both the Indian Larry brand and charitable organizations. The outdoor grill was pumping out mouth watering smells, the hometown beer brewers were providing the suds. Bands, custom motorcycles everywhere, and oh so much more. I will add further to this post shortly, but until then, enjoy the images, just CLICK HERE.
Iron Trader News was front & center at yesterday’s INDIAN LARRY GREASE MONKEY BLOCK PARTY in beautiful Brooklyn, NY. What a day, great food & drink, bands playing all throughout the day / night, terrific vendors & people, out standing motorcycles at every glance, and a charity that is near & dear to Elisa & Bobby Seeger, the Aidan Jack Seeger Foundation, http://www.aidanhasaposse.org/. Once again, perfect weather 12th year in a row now. Can’t wait for next year, see the full coverage at BIKERNET.COM in the all new CANTINA!
Yesterday, June 1st 2014, was one of those days that a person never forgets. We assembled at the Indian Larry Motorcycle shop early Sunday morning, folks from all over. Bean’re was there of course brewing everyone hi octane coffee from the Far East, and we as a huge group, just meeting for the first time became instant brothers as we talked outside for hours in prep for this great ride. When the clock hit noon or so, we mounted our bikes and with an unbelievable NYPD escort, we made our way flawlessly over to Long Island. I could barely see the beginning of the line of bikes and hand no idea where it ended behind me. The sky was a stunning color of blue, and the temperature was in the mid 70’s… just about perfect.
Now, our destination was the Emporium in Patchogue, NY (Long Island). From Brooklyn, it was about 102 miles if I clocked it right, really only 50 or so miles, but we took the scenic route. The Emporium was a club of sorts, great lay out, inner stage area, silent auction going on with some great prizes, the raffle bike was present on stage, and the Seeger family was there in force talking and posing for pictures. The food spread for the riders was fantastic, all in all it was just a great day. I could continue to babel on, but you get the idea. CLICK HERE (http://indianlarry.com/aidans-ride/)
to learn more about the ride, the sponsors, the bike raffle, and the awareness of ALD. It’s very very important to learn more & how you can help.