Straddle up and grab your helmets, as we hit the throttle on a tale of asphalt escapades! In this gripping three-part YouTube Moto-Adventure, Gabe, our very own Attorney That Rides, cruises from the sun-drenched roads of South Florida to the bustling beaches of Panama City to rendezvous with Hoka Hey legend, John. It’s a journey where rubber meets the road, winding out of Florida into the heart of Sweet Home Alabama.
Gabe Leaves Sunny South Florida for Panama City Beach!
Part One lays down the tracks for an epic voyage, as Gabe rolls into the event’s hotel where tales of the road are as plentiful as the bikes that park outside. The air is thick with anticipation; the Last Run of the year beckons as December 30, 2023, marks the calendar in chrome.
Gabe & John Roll Into Bay Minette, Alabama
In part two, Gabe and John throttle down for some belly-filling country home cooking at Streets restaurant. Their discovery? The Stage Coach Café, the event’s zenith, is kin to Streets, sharing more than just patrons but a lineage steeped in biker hospitality. They ride out full, fueled by good food and good stories, the kind that only a waitress’s smile and a biker’s nod could tell.
Gabe Arrives to Stage Coach Cafe RTE in Stockton, Alabama
Part III is the crescendo, the roar of engines at the 27th annual Stage Coach Café Ride to Eat event. A mosaic of motorcycles from every corner of the U.S. converges, bringing together riders bound by a single creed. The buffet is a feast not just for the body but for the soul, and the awards ceremony honors the youngest and oldest riders, with a venerable 1952 Harley clinching the title for the oldest steed ridden. The Hoka Hey Challenge riders immortalize the moment with a snapshot, a frozen sliver of time that’s all grins and growls.
As the dust settles and the last of the rumbling exhausts fade into the distance, Gabe turns his steel horse back towards South Florida, carrying with him stories etched in the tarmac and memories that burn bright like his tail light in the night.
As the journey winds down and our rides cool off in the fading sun, the echoes of the road still resonate within us. We’ve ridden through miles of memories, and while this trip may have reached its end, the road goes on forever.
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Above you see the motley crew of the Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challengers that rode into Stockton, Alabama from all over this great nation!
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