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A DAY THAT WILL LIVE IN JERSEY SHORE INFAMY

The first ever “Race of Gentlemen” is over. What a day it was. Quite frankly one of the best days in Jersey Shore history. At least in my 32 years on this god forsaken earth. Words can’t quite describe the scene that was saw down on the Allenhurst/Loch Arbour oceanfront, just north of Asbury Park.

Over 3, 000 people stormed the beaches to witness this amazing spectacle. With overhead waves as the backdrop, vintage pre World War 2 motorcycles and hot rods raced up and down the beach in an event not seen in America since the 1950’s. Barn yard rockers The Ribeye Brothers played in the background. Crowds of onlookers watched in awe and couldn’t believe this was actually happening in front of their eyes.

We’re already hearing big news as a result of “The Race of Gentlemen” but we’re holding on to it for another day and time. Stay tuned. In the meantime, click here to enjoy all of these amazing pics.

Picture above by Autralian native Murray Fraser, www.sproutdaily.com.

2 Responses to “A DAY THAT WILL LIVE IN JERSEY SHORE INFAMY”

  1. Tom Chesek says:

    Mel is that rare character who’s both a genuine visionary and a problem-solver with the smarts/skills to realize his ideas…even now I can picture him at work in his garage, figuring a way to bend the winds and the tides to his will next year…

    Word of the three-hour race delay (and the admission charge) didn’t circulate as efficiently as it could have, but all in all a great event, a welcome addition to the seasonal mix…and the BEST coverage by your new website; a project that has very quickly established a happy symbiosis with an event that can only get bigger ‘n better…

  2. Well said Tom. And thank you for the kind words. We look forward to keeping the public culturally informed long in to the future. Godspeed!

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