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the grand tour. The dealership looks great, and the staff was all smiling and friendly. I expect the suc- cess this dealership has always enjoyed to only grow larger due to the new digs. We got back to the arena with time to get ready


for the awards presentation. There was a sea of humanity in front of the stage as Ralph brought up the raffle barrel. Just as it had been in Kansas City only a few weeks earlier, the barrel was jam packed with entries for the 2012 Harley-David- son Superglide Custom provided by our good friends at St. Charles Harley-Davidson. Ten-year- old Alyssa Deuel from Fulton, Missouri was given the task of pulling the winning entry from the bar- rel. Bryan Buneta from Highridge, Missouri was our lucky winner. Bryan is 40 years old and has been on two wheels since the ripe old age of 4. The 2012 Superglide Custom is the third Harley in Bryan’s fleet joining a 1988 Sportster and a 2001 Duece. Brian logs six to eight thousand miles per year in the saddle and enjoys participating in poker runs and charity rides including the March of Dimes Bikers for Babies. This spring Bryan was going to put his fiance’ Tammy on the Sportster so she could ride alongside him on his stretched out Deuce. Due to winning the Superglide Custom, Bryan’s good fortune will also become Tammy’s good fortune. She will now be piloting the big twin instead of the Sportster. Bryan shared with me he has never won anything other than an occasional scratch-off ticket. His luck is definitely on the up- swing now. He has a brand new scooter, he just re- ceived a promotion at his job, and in October, Tammy will become his wife after four years to- gether. Congratulations Bryan, life is good. We at Wide Open Motorcycle Magazine along with our gracious sponsor St. Charles Harley-Davidson are glad to be a part of your happiness. Well, bike show season is over for another year.


Thank you to our show sponsors, St. Charles Harley-Davidson, A&B CARSTAR, Sinister Indus- tries, and SMT Machining. We would like to also like to thank all our advertisers and vendors for helping to make this a great show once again. Spe- cial thanks to the Wide Open Girls and our writers and photographers. And of course the biggest thank you goes to you! We’ll be back next year with more of everything you have come to expect from us.


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