THE SOUTHEASTERN POWERSPORTS EXPO will feature powersports equipment from local motorcycle, atv, and other powersports dealers in the Columbia County Exposition Center. Vendors from all over the United States will be selling hundreds of products to outdoor enthusiasts. HOURS Saturday 10am-8pm Sunday 10am - 5 pm
Stunt Army will be performing Saturday and Sunday at the Expo! In addition to the adult riders, they'll be two really young kids burning up the asphalt! Come out and see the show!
Meet Roadblock. The man who lived the lifestyle that is portrayed on tv shows like Sons of Anarchy.
Press Release: What would you do if your fast-lane lifestyle as a one-percenter biker in the 1970s earned you a thirty-year prison sentence? Say you survived those three decades, and walked out the door of a federal prison at the age of 68? What next? You’re still infamous, known to retired cops, Vietnam and Iraq veterans, antique FBI agents and bikers of every variety.
You soon discover that the world sped up in those thirty years and left you behind. The only skills you have will put you right back in prison. Yet, when you’re infamous, it’s hard to sit still on the farm and watch the tomatoes grow.
So W. T. “RoadBlock” Harrell decided to write a book series, and hasn’t looked back. RoadBlock’s life experiences give his books an authenticity rare in biker fiction. The Regents MC series follows a war veteran who winds up heavily involved with a notorious biker club in the 1970s. It’s fiction, of course, but the places and people are very familiar to those of us who traveled the South in that era. For those who missed it, the stories about old-school brotherhood and tarot-packing strippers make you wish you had been there.
RoadBlock now stays busy doing book-signings at Harley-Davidson dealerships and charity events, running his own publishing company and looking back just long enough to recall a past few men live through. The good news for all those old cops and hippies and waitresses who remember a world long gone: RoadBlock is already working on the next book in the Regents Motorcycle Club series. As he often encourages, join him for the ride back into the 1970s