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  • June 16, 2024 | 12:30 PM
    625 Eglin Pkwy NE, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547, USA
  • June 22, 2024 | 1:00 PM
    625 Eglin Pkwy NE, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547, USA
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    625 Eglin Pkwy NE, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547, USA
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  • Going to try and have Skills on Sunday

    Weather forecast is all over the map, again, Going to try and have Skills. Keep an eye on the we4ather, but it's Summer hours. So GTD at 7:30, Range 8 am it's been awhile so its back to basics. Hope to see ya there, need a brave soul to lead the Herd from GTD.

  • It's Meeting this Sunday

    It's back to work , Meeting Sunday 9 am Golden Corral

  • Get to sleep in late Sunday

    Since the Board is going on an Sandie Road adventure. The Business Meeting for this Sunday is rescheduled until Sunday June 7. Remember you only have a week for that savings offer on the Dues. After June 1st its 35.00.

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  • SDMC member Ricky Davis memorial

    < Back Ricky Davis 1960 - 2016 Ricky was the kind of guy that was instantly a best friend the moment you met him. His laugh was contagious. He could cut his eyes over at you and you just knew... And you'd often bust out laughing with no words spoken. Rick embodied the "knees in the wind" spirit and was on his bike with anyone that wanted to ride as often as he could. If no one had any particular place in mind, Ricky could materialize other riders from all walks of life out of thin air. He always had a group ready to ride at a moments notice. From random business openings out in the middle of nowhere, to some of the dodgiest places you never thought you'd meet new friends, Ricky rode everywhere. Always the the back, because his pipes were so loud no one else could stand it. We'd get to a stop and somehow he'd be the only one covered in road grime; grinning from ear to ear. I think of him every time I get on a bike. He was a master mechanic that never worked on his bike. When someone would try and tease him about it or ask for his opinion on how to fix their's, Ricky Ricky would quib "I used to love cars man. I want to be the guy out riding instead of sweating over them all day. It's not fun when you've got to fix 'em too". I had the pleasure of riding across the country with Ricky and Carolann. It was my first long trip, and he taught me the importance of going wherever the road leads and not getting caught up in the small stuff. Ricky was an active member of the Sand Dollar MC, a honorary member of the Green Knights MMC Chapter 89, a BACA supporter, and rode with the Emerald Coast HOGs chapter # 3605. Ricky was a great friend to all who had the pleasure of meeting him. - BobbyB Previous Next

  • SDMC Memorial

    In Memoriam Their spirit lives on through all of the lives they touched and all of the lives we touch Pat Griffin 1961 - 2021 Lee Wilbur 1945 - 2020 Charles Keel 1959 - 2016 Harry Garner 1938 - 2013 Terry Cooper 1946 - 2011 Jim Morrison 1949 - 2021 Jeremy Ross 1997 - 2017 Ricky Davis 1960 - 2016 SKWIRREL 1953 - 2013 Bill Sleigh 1935 - 2007 Sharon Woods 1959 - 2020 The Brick 1947 - 2017 Don Bell 1940 - 2015 Dave Moody 1958 - 2013

  • SDMC member Terry Cooper memorial

    < Back Terry Cooper 1946 - 2011 Terry's picture speaks volumes as to Terry's love of life. Terry just flat loved life, always a smile, always with a funny comment. Terry was a Professor at University of Tennessee Chattanooga Branch. Terry was also a retired Civil Service Manager. When Terry was at Eglin Terry discovered the Sandies. Neither of us were the same afterward. Could Terry ride... Terry was an excellent bike handler. Don't let the picture in the gravel fool you, Terry was an excellent rider. Terry was taken from us way too early, we miss him greatly. Terry logged 15,914 miles as a Sandie and will forever be remembers by all of those fortunate enough to ride with him. Previous Next

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