The 5 th Annual Steve Mesic Memorial Ride was great, lots of bikes, door prizes, food and beer and the band was awesome. C U next year..
New Custom's test ride to Tim's
Meet my my new Grandson, one hour old, Domenik Steve Mesic born Sept 24/13. A future Harley rider in the works!
Domenik will be leading his Dad's Memorial Ride in 16 yrs. Already has his ride!! Check it out here more...
The First annual Steve Mesic Memorial ride was held Sept 13/13.
The weather wasn't the best but we had a great turn out for the event. RIP Steve..We will remember u forever!
Blair on his Custom, built in our shop..
yes, that is a nitrous bottle you see there. humm.....faaassst, ya think?? more...
2013 Ultra Classic
So i went to the USA in Oct /12 and brought back a new 2013 Ultra HD ride for myself. Needed another wagon, probably the last new Harley. Now to tear it apart and give it some real power..
BIKES IN BUILDS SECTION ARE FOR SALE OR TRADE..
Will trade for RV Toy haulers, Property, Pick up trucks, exotic cars fast boats..
Ride, the day after Dover..
Me and my bro getting ready for a ride to Dover Sat morning to check out the aftermath of Fri 13..
Wounded Warriors Fund raiser
Left to right, Lou DeVeono, founder of Hero's Highway Ride, Norm Dorr, Owner Dorr Enterprises Motorcycles, Phil McColeman MP, Toby Barrett MPP, Dave Levac MPP.
Wounded Warriors Fund Article from The Expositor Mar 1/12
BRANTFORD - When Norm Dorr learned Canadian veterans home from overseas service were living on the streets, he decided to get involved in helping them through the Canadian Wounded Warriors fund.
Dorr, through his Dorr Enterprises Motorcycles in Boston, Ont., custom-built a 120-horsepower motorcycle styled in desert-camouflage style. Until April 7, it lives at Al's Shoe Factory at 135 King George St., beside a couple of donation jars. The Canadian Military Tribute “bobber chopper” sits at the store's front door as a lure for shoppers to the store to drop their loose change as a fundraiser for the Wounded Warriors Fund.
“Word's starting to roll — if we get some local people knowing about it and some word of mouth, it only helps,” Dorr said. “This bike's got some big crazy horsepower. We've been doing this for 40 years.”
Dorr said he was scandalized when he learned that in Montreal alone, the founder of the Wounded Warriors fund was able to meet 19 Canadian Forces veterans who are living on the streets. He's hoping the large change jar will be more than full before the chopper leaves Brantford on April 7— which in a coincidental situation marks 95 years to the day the Canadian Expeditionary Force began its three-day campaign to capture Vimy Ridge in the First World War.
See more on Norm Dorr Face Book.
Aside from providing the display space, Al's Shoe Factory has also tied into the fundraiser for its clientele. Anyone making a purchase at the store until April 7 receives a ballot for a series of door prizes donated by local merchants.
The motorcycle will be at both upcoming Friday the 13th rides in Port Dover, as well as at Wounded Warrior events in Toronto and the annual Highway of Heroes ride.
The bike itself is for sale, and Dorr pledged the proceeds from the sale will all go toward the Wounded Warrior Fund.
“The bobber was a bike used in the Second World War. It had no suspension but it had a sprung seat,” Dorr explained. “So when you'd ride it, you'd bob up and down.”
He picked the desert-camouflage as inspiration for the paint job, lightening the colours so they'd play well with the chrome accents of the bike's features. The back fender features a yellow ribbon.
“It's not a straight-replicated bobber. It's done in the old style but with today's technology,” Dorr said.
He's hoping to get MPs and MPPs from the region to back the campaign and is awaiting an event at the store, as well as other special guests. Dorr hopes the fundraiser becomes an annual event.
The Wounded Warriors was started by Capt. Wayne Johnston in late 2006 after he accompanied the family of Mike McTeague to Landstuhl, Germany, where McTeague was recovering from wounds sustained in a bomb explosion while on tour in Afghanistan.
The fund helped provide items to soldiers recovering in Germany to help them pass the time. As it's grown, it now also supports Segways for soldiers, operational-stress injury awareness programs a Padre's contingency fund and providing support to individual soldiers.
Wounded Warriors Fund Raiser
Dorr Enterprises Motorcycles located in Boston (near Waterford) Ontario, is pleased to announce that their Canadian Military Tribute Bobber motorcycle which was built in their shop, will be hosting a Wounded Warriors Fund Raiser with Al's Shoe Factory at 135 King George Rd, Brantford, from Feb 21 to Apr 7, 2012. Al's Shoe Factory has been around a long time in this area. They have the best prices also the largest and best selection of boots and shoes available at their locations, and we are proud to be associated with them. They are also on board to make this a yearly fund raising event. Every purchase at Al's Shoe Factory during the Bobbers tour will entitle you to a ballot for a draw of many door prizes that have been donated by corporate sponsors. There is also a big jug there for donations, so please drop in and leave some cash. Our soldiers will greatly appreciate it. The draw for door prizes will be held Apr 7 at Al's. This FIRST and "one off" custom Canadian Bobber was built by the team at Dorr Enterprises to raise awareness and funds for our soldiers. It is a project that has been in our hearts for years. Thank u.
This is Christmas morning 2011, 8:30 am..Been waiting many years to do this..Great way to start Christmas Day!
The only day of the year that Timmy"s is closed. This is the one in Waterford.
WE ALSO SERVICE, REPAIR & SUPPLY PARTS FOR BRITISH BIKES....
New 2010 Classic
Norm being handed the keys to his new HD Classic by Tammy from Rocky's HD in London. This is the 2nd new Harley I purchased from Rocky's over the years and they are a great dealership..
This is our DYNO!!!
Norm & Lorraine (right) riding with friends Kirk & Dory in NY. Temp was 96 degrees, great day for a ride!