The Street Soldiers Rep at KA's Anniversary Party
PEEP THA SCENE at Kingz Angelz 5th Anniversary Party at Chateau Krystale on Saturday, February 18. In this photo, the Street Soldiers proudly represent as the Most Rep winners were being decided at Kingz Angelz Anniversary Party. Even though Street Soldiers didn't win the Most Rep trophy, they still had enough members to at least compete for the trophy. For more photos from Kingz Angelz Anniversary Party, check them out in the Foto Gallery.
RIDERS REPUBLIC RC has the TOP SPOT on LOCK!
Riders Republic is a riding club from Texas City that was started in 2010 which consists of a group of guys who share the love of simply riding as well as being a part of the motorcycle scene and culture. They don’t discriminate against any makes or models of motorcycles. Although Riders Republic is currently a riding club, it is their future goal to become a legitimate motorcycle club through the proper channels of approval. Overall, Riders Republic is all about the enjoyment of riding, supporting each other along with their community, supporting other motorcycle events, and hosting their own events and functions. This photo features two key members of Riders Republic taken at Kingz Angelz Anniversary Party on Saturday, February 18 – (lt) “Pops” (treasurer) and (rt) “Jimmy D” (president). For more information about Riders Republic RC, check out their website at www.RidersRepublicRC.com. Riders Republic is in the HOT SPOT.
"Show 'em what you working with"
Check out the STRIKE-A-POSE photo of Black Kat and her club brother, Da Wiggla, as they get it crunk at her 40th Birthday Bash Saturday night at Vincenzo's in Houston.
These are the TOP 30 MOST VIEWED PHOTO ALBUMS from January 1, 2011 until September 30, 2011. Last month, there was a slight error with the list given before being it was the TOP 10 MOST VIEWED PHOTO ALBUMS for the entire month of August 2011. In that list, Down Az Ridaz lead with the most views. Check out who's at the top for January 1, 2011 through September 30, 2011.
Dear Road Dawg,
"I have been noticing a lot of individuals and clubs devoting their time to helping those in need. This is a positive thing, but at the same time I am wondering how much of these donations are really being sent in the end. How would I find out if the money collected is being sent to these charities?"
"The greedy stealing from the needy"