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A night out with the Game 7 Riderz motorcycle club!

Game 7 Riderz Anniversary Party
Game 7 Riderz Anniversary Party
Adrian McQueen. Follow on Instagram at @Aboogie301

Saturday night I had the pleasure in attending one of the nicest motorcycle club events that I have been to in a long time. The Hyatt Regency in Crystal City VA served as the venue for the Game 7 Riderz motorcycle club anniversary party. Riders throughout the DMV and beyond came out to enjoy great food, fun and dancing with friends and family.

Game 7 Ryderz Anniversary Party
Adrian McQueen

The sea of motorcycles in the parking lot of the hotel set everyone a buzz, as they knew it was something special happening inside. Sportbikes, Cruisers, Baggers, Harleys and customs were lined up and filing in minute by minute. I wasn’t on my motorcycle that night, but the 2015 Kia K900 supplied to me by my good friends at Automotive Rhythms , wasn’t anything short of spectacular.

Game 7 Riderz made it no secret that they intended to set the bar high for motorcycle club events. Having listened to the ideas and complaints from the community about the usual motorcycle club party, this event was sure to be different from the norm. The food table was complete with sliders, wraps, veggie trays, chips, crackers and deserts. The ballroom inside the Hyatt was decked out with illuminating lights, candles at each table, a picture booth and a full bar.

In traditional motorcycle club fashion, trophies were awarded to various motorcycle clubs such as the Bloc Burnaz MC, Smokin Curvz MC and the Wheelie Kingz MC. The trophy was really unique, as it resembled a motorcycle helmet. This was followed by a moment of silence for all the fallen riders, as we held our throttle fist in the air. Soon after the final remarks were made the DJ turned the music up and everyone began to show out.

If this event was a sign of a new day for the motorcycle community, I can see myself attending many more events. Enjoy the Gallery!

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