support as well as sizeable contributions from the Seminole Tribe, Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Daytona, Ron Segal at Segal Fine Arts, Biker Design, Dave Marshlack, Owner of the Doghouse Bar & Grill, P.I.N.K. Vodka, The Next Great American Bike Builder, Sucker Punch Sally’s, Broward Motorsports and Baker Drivetrain. Once again, bikers stepped up and supported those who fight for our right to be free.
This year also saw the debut of the H2Ocean Art Fusion Experiment at the Seminole Hard Rock Roadhouse in the Doghouse Bar & Grill. This event matched up several nationally acclaimed tattoo artists, who each drew for three minutes and then switched to complete one another’s drawings, making each piece of art a truly collaborative effort.The completed art was auctioned off for the Soldier’s Angels charity.
Ami James, of TLC’s Miami Ink was signing autographs and getting his picture taken with fans while he was there to promote his new company, Love Hate Choppers. Love Hate’s bike builder, Marlowe B. unveiled their new “Love Hate 145” at the Seminole Hard Rock Roadhouse, where it was on display for the week and received critical acclaim. Ami James also hosted his own tattoo contest, “Art of Tattoo,” which featured contestants from all over the world.
Another feature for the Roadhouse Tour this year was the collaboration with a new motorcycle show, “The Next Great American Builder.” Right now, amateur bike builders can apply to be on the show (at http://www.greatamericanbuilder.tv), and 13 will be selected to live and work together for about three months in New Orleans. At the Seminole Hard Rock locations, “The Next Great American Builder” hosts Billy Lane and Paul Cox were featured along with their bikes. Episodes for the show were filmed on location with Lane, Cox and the other celebrity builders, and it was a major attraction throughout Bike Week.
Once again, the Seminole Hard Rock Roadhouse at the Doghouse Bar & Grill proved itself as the place to be for bike week with hotter babes, colder beer and better bikes than anywhere else in Daytona. The Doghouse was the hottest place to be on Main Street and was packed every night of the week, in fact in broke records for Mainstreet.
The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, the title sponsor of the Roadhouse, is a destination where rock n’ rollers from across the nation can realize their rock n’ roll dreams. The 86-acre resort in Hollywood, Florida, located between Miami and Ft. Lauderdale, is pure paradise. It features a colossal 130,000 square foot casino, a lush 4-acre lagoon tropical pool area, a legendary Hard Rock Café, a sensational European-style spa and fitness center, and the famous Hard Rock Live concert hall. Seminole Paradise, South Florida's newest entertainment destination for savvy shopping, delicious dining and explosive entertainment offers a little something for everyone, both day and night. Other sponsors include Budweiser, Michael Lichter Photography, Bikernet.com, Biker Design, the Doghouse and Keyboard Carriage.