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Dating A Passionate, Strong Woman: 4 Things You Should Know


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If anything, biker girls are considered to be some of the most passionate, free-spirited women in the world. Loving a woman who is so powerful and sexy is every man’s dream, and finding a passionate lady is no easy task – so when you find one, make sure you hold on to her.

There are several things you need to know about passionate women. You can’t treat them like your ordinary girl next door and you mustn’t take their spirit, their personality and their passion for granted. These women know exactly what they want and what they won’t ever agree to. If a strong, sexy woman rejects you, chances are you are rejected for good. These woman contain lots of fire and you need to know how to deal with the heat.

Here are 4 things you need to know before you decide to date one of them:

She won’t be defined by her relationship status and she isn’t afraid of being alone

The first and most important thing you should know about passionate, strong women, is that these women work hard on building a life that’s perfect for them – and they don’t need you to make them feel complete. They already are complete and they can make it just fine out there without you. That’s just how it is with powerful women and that’s exactly what makes them so desirable: they don’t need you.

She won’t stand for any BS and she won’t hesitate to leave you if you don’t treat her right.

She despises people who play the victim

A powerful woman respects fighters and strong individuals. Playing the “poor me” card will turn your sexy lady off in a second. She doesn’t care for crybabies; she wants a man by her side. Of course, she is going to be there for you when things get rough, but she will be there to fight by your side and help you push harder. If you’re the kind of a man who feels like giving up on things and nagging about life being unfair when something doesn’t go your way, this kind of women won’t even give you a second look.

She doesn’t hate her exes and she doesn’t expect you to bash your exes either

We’re talking about adult, strong, individual women who have probably already been in several relationships and who have learned that sometimes people just don’t fit together. And they’re fine with it. A powerful, confident woman values her past relationships and doesn’t try to bring her exes down in front of people. She knows those men were her own choice at some point and she doesn’t want to deny any relationship that once made her happy. A woman of this kind doesn’t have time to dwell over her past, and she expects the same from you.

If you happen to meet one of your exes at a party, she will welcome the situation with grace, and she will most certainly expect you to do the same thing, if you ever run into one of her exes.

She has no time for people who have no passion

This is a woman who loves life and lives it to the fullest. She is passionate about everything she does and she has no time to waste on feeling mediocre, living mediocre, or being with someone who settles for a life without passion.

Take a close look at your sexy girl next time she talks about something she’s really passionate about – like motorcycles. See that spark that lights up in her eye as she talks? She needs to see that same sparkle in your personality. She won’t settle for anything less than a strong, passionate man.



Thunder Beach: Bikers Return For Autumn Rally

Photo:©Jean-Paul Comparin/Dollar Photo Club

Photo:©Jean-Paul Comparin/Dollar Photo Club


PANAMA CITY BEACH — After a kick-start on Wednesday, the Thunder Beach Autumn Rally is up to full speed this weekend with concerts, vendor villages, poker runs and parades — and loads of parties.

The organizers of this event promise there will be something for everyone at this event.

Official venues and vendor villages are at Boardwalk Beach Resort and Conference Center, 9450 S. Thomas Drive; Club La Vela, 8813 Thomas Drive; Frank Brown Park, 16200 Panama City Beach Parkway (where the Thunder Beach Saloon will be set up); Hammerhead Fred’s, 8752 Thomas Drive; Harley Davidson of Panama City Beach, 14700 Panama City Beach Parkway; Sharky’s Beach Club, 15201 Front Beach Road; the Shoppes at Edgewater, 513 Richard Jackson Blvd.; Pier Park North, 600 Pier Park Drive; and The Wicked Wheel, 10025 Hutchison Blvd.

The public can register to win a new Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide motorcycle to be given away Saturday at the Thunder Beach Saloon. Registration is at Club La Vela 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday; The Shoppes at Edgewater 5-9 p.m. Friday; and Frank Brown Park 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday.

Among the items available in the villages, you will find everything from homemade ice cream to derringers, pin striping, grips and braids, sunglasses, chaps and bags, patches, clothing, photographers and much more.

Information booths at Frank Brown Park will be staffed by Bay County Trauma Center, Christian Motorcycle Association, PCB Cops and Kids, and many others.


The Friday poker run is noon to 5 p.m., sponsored by The Defenders LEMC, and starts with registration at Sharky’s Beach Club. First bike out is 12:30 p.m., and last bike out is 1 p.m. Stops include Sugar Sands, Barefoot Hideaway Grill, Tidewater Resort, and Coyote Ugly, which is hosting a free bikini bike wash. Prizes will be awarded at 5 p.m.

The Sgt. Kevin Kight Memorial Bike Parade will be Saturday, sponsored by the Panama City Beach Police and White Sands Riders. Bikers will gather at 10 a.m. at the southwest corner of R. Jackson Boulevard and Middle Beach Road, with kickstands up at 11 a.m. sharp. Participants and onlookers are urged to make cash donations as well as canned goods and nonperishables that are given to local food banks.

“One of the most inspirational events of every Thunder Beach rally is the gathering of hundreds of riders — as well as thousands of onlookers — for the Sgt. Kevin Kight Memorial Bike Parade,” rally organizers said in promotional materials. “This event has special significance to the Panama City Beach community, as it serves to memorialize a fallen local hero and provides assistance to children and families in need.”

Source: Panama City News Herald

Thousands Of bikers Hit Daytona Beach For 23rd Annual Biketoberfest

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — The 23rd annual Biketoberfest that starts Thursday has made thousands of bikers pack up and hit Daytona Beach.
Check out a raw video:

City officials have discussed the three day event with the law enforcement. The final preparations have been made on Wednesday on Main Street.

Sheriff Ben Johnson said law enforcement wants everyone to have fun, but be careful about drinking and riding.

“If they’re going to consume alcohol, get a taxi cab. We don’t want them leaving here in a body bag. We don’t want something happening to them. We don’t want them visiting our hospitals,” said Johnson.

Officials have said the financial boost from this event will be felt all over central Florida. Last year, $15 million was pumped into the local economy, thanks to this event.
(via WFTV)

2 Bikers Go Cross Country on Route 66 And Document The Whole Thing

Photo:©Andrey Armyagov /Dollar Photo Club

Photo:©Andrey Armyagov /Dollar Photo Club

Chris Force and Laura Heidenreich have recently rounded up their friends on a cross-country motorcycle ride to Vietnam. Once they returned, they thought they should do the same in their own country, and decided to take a trip from Chicago to California via Route 66.

“After having experienced such an eye-opening and thrilling experience riding across another country, I really wanted to ride across my own,” Force told Tech Insider. “There was still so much that I hadn’t seen in the United States, and what better way to do it than on a Harley-Davidson?”

Force is a great photographer and he documented the whole trip – which was Heidenreich’s first cross-country bike ride. She rode a shiny new model of Harley Davidson called the Iron 883.
Check out the photos of the ride Force shared on his Instagram account:

New Mexico:

Harley-Davidson museum in Milwaukee:



(via Tech Insider)

With A Roar Like Thunder, Bikers Converge On Colonial Beach For 2015


Photo:© fadylr/Dollar Photo Club

Photo:© fadylr/Dollar Photo Club

For four days the Town of Colonial Beach was heaven on earth for bikers and motorcycle enthusiasts.

Starting October 8 and all through Oct. 11th over 30,000 people cruised all over town enjoying good music, food, drinks, and catching up with lots of old friends and new fellow bikers.

Many returning visitors from last year’s festival showed up and although it rained on Saturday, everyone had a blast.

The best thing about this year’s event was the completely free music. A variety of bands performed. Beer distributors sponsored the amazing lineup so the main theme among the performers was – Buy beer!

According to colonial Beach Chamber of Commerce President Carrey Geddes, the event was a huge success and 90% of visitors are signing up for next year for sure.



(via The Journal)

Not Your Average Bikers

Photo:© alswart/Dollar Photo Club

Photo:© alswart/Dollar Photo Club

When it comes to participating in the annual Hi-Line Toy Run having a caring heart is more important than having a motorcycle.

“It’s a motorcycle run that is open to everybody. We don’t discriminate,” said organizer Michael Dytrych of Eustis, who grew up in Cozad and has worked at Nebraska Plastics in Cozad for 20 years.

Participants in the Hi-Line Toy Run motorcycle ride have collected toys, supplies and money to benefit the Parent-Child Center in Lexington for the last four years. Last year, the Hi-Line Toy Run collected $780 along with many toys and hygiene products.

Last year, they’ve filled a whole trailer with donations, and this year is expected to be very successful, too.

Participiants collect toys, supplies and money for the Parent-Child Center in Lexington. Donations are presented to Parent-Child Center representatives at the end of the daylong ride.

The ride started and ended in Eustis, and it included many stops, among which was Johnson Lake, Lexington, Callaway and Cozad.

The event took place on Saturday. It is always set to October, so it coincides with Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
(via Kearney Hub)

Battle Of The Babes Helps Fight Breast Cancer

Photo:© alswart/Dollar Photo Club

Photo:© alswart/Dollar Photo Club


Saturday afternoon, Daytona Beach Bar hosted the second annual “Battle of the Babes”,  a biker event with one goal in mind: to raise breast cancer awareness by showcasing the best female-fronted rocking bands from the region.

The party was, in fact, an opening for Biketoberfest which begins on Thursday. Biketoberfest is most likely going to attract more than 100,000 people to the area. Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the organizers decided to host the event right before Biketoberfest because they thought the whole atmosphere is already buzzing and there’s a lot of biker magic in the air, while waiting for Thursday.

This was the first time Battle of the Babes happened in Daytona Beach. The daylong event presented six bands with female frontman (or frontwomen, if you please). All the money that was raised is going to be donated to the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation.