Thunder Roads Magazine Louisiana November 2016 - Page 28

5th Annual Street Survivors Rally Meet The Confederation Of Clubs By Brent Ponson Street Survivors, R.C. held their 5th Annual Thunder-N-Thibodaux benefit rally on September 9th and 10th, 2016 at the Evergreen Center in Gray, LA. This year’s benefit was held to make generous donations to both the Children’s Advocacy Center of Lafourche, who helps with the interviewing and legal representation of local abused children, and Terrebonne Patriots, Inc., who helps support local disabled veterans. Friday’s activities included two live bands and a live auction. Saturday’s activities included a car and motorcycle show, biker games, live music throughout the day and night, live auctions, vendors, food, drinks, and the announcement of the raffle winners which included a 2016 boat, motor, and trailer for the grand prize. A special thanks to all the raffle and auction donors, vendors, bands, The Evergreen Center, everyone who helped put on the event to make it run smoothly, and all the attendees who came out to make this rally another successful event. If you missed this year’s rally please visit our facebook page and get to know us…You will want to make sure you come to the next rally in 2017! by Jenn Article and photos approved by COC Originating in Texas and being founded here in Louisiana in 2009 I’d like to introduce to you the COC . What is the COC? Confederation of Clubs. What is the COC for? The COC exist to bring communication through the clubs and improve motorcyclist’s imagery, support legislation for the betterment of motorcycling, and allow clubs to come to a neutral spot to meet and discuss issues. How does COC affect indepen- Meet Jefferson Gun Outlet! dent riders and clubs? They monitor and protect our biker rights in the court system and possibly have lawyers that help to unravel legal red tape. United to protect our rights and civil liberties the COC and all its members of patch holding motorcycle clubs, associates, and independent riders have United to eliminate discrimination against motorcyclist. By increasing communication and understanding between clubs, the motorcycle community, government and the state of Louisiana. Be apart of something that matters, be a part, be aware, and be protected! Along with the COC there is the C.O.I.R . This is a registration of independent riders from the motorcycle community who understand that protect