My partners & I of
(BFB) have been called Bikers or Scooter Trash for a lot of years. I remember many times in the past when my Wife and I would be riding our
Motorcycle. Sometimes as we pulled into a Bar, Restaurant or a Hotel they would close the
curtains and hang a Closed sign in the Window or a No Vacancy sign would light up.
If we did manage to get in the door of some of these places with our leathers
We might sit in the Back Area next to the Kitchen for 30 min. waiting for
service. Many times in past I was well known for calling for the manager and asking Why were we being ignored. Most of the time the Manager would say we are
just Busy. But sometimes you could see it in there eyes, "They did not want us at there Place of Business!"
This was the main
reason for building & publishing the (BFB) Network of Websites. We wanted a place to list and promote a group of real Biker Friendly
Businesses. That a Motorcycle rider could feel comfortable at and be treated with respect.
But we do not list
Biker Friendly Businesses on (BFB) so you can find a good place to get drunk and ride off on your
Motorcycle. Always use good judgment when riding a motorcycle.
the (BFB) Logo Be your Guide
To find Real Biker Friendly Businesses.
That Treat You With Respect!
All of the Places listed on this Site are 100% Biker Friendly.
The Only way a place can get Listed on the (BFB) Network
is by supporting our functions, events and parties
with Fair, reasonable prices, good Food or Drinks
Service with a smile.
The Down Rider
Foundation is made up of motorcyclists
and enthusiasts just like you, who embrace the
thrill of the road – and who responsibly accept
the risks inherent in riding. These enthusiasts
have formed a non-profit organization dedicated
to helping injured motorcycle riders through the
short-term financial stress that often
accompanies an injury accident.
We provide prompt
short-term financial assistance to motorcycle
riders who have been injured while riding,
through no fault of their own, so that they can
keep a roof over their heads, food on the table,
and have basic transportation to get to the
doctor until they can get back on their feet.