{mosimage}When the Gypsy Women roll into Legends Pub for their 12th Annual Spring Fling,

bikers and friends alike are in for a no-holds-barred, rollicking good time. The event, which

has become a highly-anticipated annualtradition where enjoyment reigns supreme, will draw

a crowd from all over the Sandhills region and up through the Triangle. The Gypsy Women’s

Spring Fling is one of a half dozen terrific events held at Legends Pub each year during the

motorcycle season. It is the largest benefit of the year, and it all starts on Friday night with

a huge party to kick off the Scott Sathier Memorial Poker Run, which will push thekickstands

up at noon on Saturday. 

The Sathier Run is held in honor of one of Fayetteville’s own, who sacrificed his life while

serving his country during Operation Iraqi Freedom. All of the proceeds from the weekend’s

event, including all side events, will go into a fund to benefit Crystal Tucker, a fellow biker who

is battling with diabetes.

Unlike many of the overly commercialized “festival” biker events that go on, the Gypsy Women

Spring Fling won’t bring in a huge field full of motorcycles or a tent city, they’re not trying to recruit

a custom bike builder to make a celebrity appearance while someone else is building choppers back

at his shop, there won’t be a custom chopper build-off and big prize money and they haven’t invited

world-renowned musicians for entertainment. 

With plenty of volunteers to keep things organized, Holly, Trent, and the Gypsy Women at Legends

Pub are friendly people who know how to throw a good party. They’ve got a good time in store for

just about everybody, with lots of good company in the bar or pool table areas and enough bikes to

fill the parking lot. Most importantly, they do all of this to give back to the biker community.

In addition to one really big party and poker run, Legends will host a Gypsy Women ride-in bike

show and contest (with prizes) and lots of food. Legends Pub is located 4624 Bragg Blvd. For

more information or for special Gypsy Women Spring Fling hours, call 867-2364.

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