NEW AND UPCOMING
FHO has launched a new platform into the realm of PODCASTING this gives us another way to bring you more and more information about all activities and upcoming events. The PODCAST will be live and uncut as we discuss everything from motorcycling to life lessons news, views, and even politics. The PODCAST which you can get to from right here will be full of character and realness as FHO always represents. We promise not to let you down and to keep it all exciting and real as only FHO can. There will be different shows as BIG CELL himself will CO HOST and lead the way. Feel free to send in TOPICS OF CHOICE and leave comments.
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Bike or Biker of the Month
Looking for clean HD'S if you think you got a clean HD submit your pic and brief bio to firstname.lastname@example.org and if BIG CELL THINKS IT'S CLEAN THEN WE WILL DISPLAY YOU AS BIKE OF THE WEEK. remember I have my own version of whats and what not so dont be trippin if you dont make it this month. If you have pics of your bike modeled with a bad female model or a female with a male model then submit pics and lets make you the bike of the month.
FHO AND H.I.M IN MEMPHIS AT THE LORRAINE MOTEL
This past weekend FHO pays tribute to a Civil Rights Icon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The National Civil Rights Museum is a complex of museums and historic buildings in Memphis, Tennessee; its exhibits trace the history of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States from the 17th century to the present.
The museum is built around the former Lorraine Motel which was the site of the assassination of civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. on April 4, 1968. Two other buildings and their adjacent property, also connected with the King assassination, have been acquired as part of the museum complex.
The museum reopened in 2014 after renovations that increased the number of multi-media and interactive exhibits, including numerous short movies to enhance features. The museum is owned and operated by the Lorraine Civil Rights Museum Foundation, based in Memphis. The Lorraine Motel is owned by the Tennessee State Museum and leased long term to the Foundation to operate as part of the museum complex.
TRUE GROUND POUNDER FHO SALUTES HIGHWAY SMILEY
BIG CELL FHO'S HNIC is proud to know and be a friend of one of the greatest to ever ride a HARLEY DAVIDSON, the pic your looking at is just him on 1 of his many journeys and adventures on 2's. I promise you will never ever meet a more beautiful and good hearted person such as SMILEY to the masses but to the few that have had the balls to follow him on any one of his excursion he is known as HIGHWAY SMILEY. FHO JUST WANTS YOU ALL TO TAKE THE TIME OUT TO GIVE THANKS AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TO A TRUE FRIEND AND FA SHO GROUND POUNDING KING. SMILEY RESIDES IN CALIFORNIA BUT TRAVELS SO MUCH YOU WOULD SWEAR HE LIVES IN YOUR TOWN. HE ALSO JUST TOOK HIS 2012 HD ROAD GLIDE OVER 100,000 MILES. AGAIN I LOVE YOU SIR AND ALL OF US WHO RIDE AN HD SHOULD BE HONORED WHEN WE ARE IN HIS PRESENCE. HIGHWAY SMILEY WE LOVE YOU.