Florida Full Throttle Magazine Brings All Brands Bike Show & Bagger Blastoff to CrossRoads

 
 

All Brands Bike Show And Bagger Blast Off Featuring Tony Cianci of Full Throttle Florida

See Customs of All Kinds Battle it Out

Who:
You!
What:
Full Throttle Florida All Brands Bike Show
When:
Aug. 12, 2020
Registration – Noon-4 p.m.
Judging – 4 p.m.
Awards – 5 p.m.
Where:
Big Engine Bar Pavilion at the Buffalo Chip CrossRoads 
Why:
More than 40 awards are up for grabs!
How:
FREE to view. Entry fee $20 per class

Ride into Florida Full Throttle Magazine’s All Brands Bike Show & Bagger Blastoff at the Buffalo Chip CrossRoads, and you could ride home a winner!

This show welcomes all brands and awards prizes in over 10 classes, giving guests a huge variety to view and participants greater chances of winning!

Classes:

Ladies and Gentleman
Trike
Antique
Bagger
Non-Bagger
Custom Pro
Stock/Mild Custom
Anything Goes
Metric
Paint

 

Bagger Blastoff

This show within the show welcomes any brand bagger with a loud-and-proud sound system to come crank it to 11!

Prizes

Florida Full Throttle Magazine offers custom trophies, the Arlen Ness Custom Choice Award, and an award for “Best in Show.” 

How to Enter and Win

Registration fee for showing your ride is $20 per class entered, but if you want to see all the bikes, it won’t cost you a dime! Registration begins at 12 p.m. with awards presented at 5 p.m.

With over 40 prizes to award, the Full Throttle Magazine Bike Show is sure to draw some of Rally’s finest. Don’t miss your chance to lay eyes on some of the most unique bikes you’ll ever see and head to the Florida Full Throttle All Brands Bike Show & Bagger Blastoff at the CrossRoads!

Meet Tony Cianci “Chief Cupcake”

Tony Cianci grew up in Toledo, OH and moved to the West Coast of Florida after high school graduation. He received his AA from St. Petersburg College. He worked a few odd jobs in Florida until he started working for the family business, magazines and advertising, PAC Publishing.

Tony bought Full Throttle Magazine in 2013 from his father and started to bring it  to a larger scale rather than just the state of Florida. They focus on events, bike nights, concerts, poker runs and bike shows. They have judged thousands of bike shows over the years and consider themselves some of the few professional judges out there. Almost all Full Throttle shows are professionally judged, not peer judged or people’s choice.

Tony has taken Full Throttle Magazine of Florida from a one-state magazine, to doing bike shows all over the United States, including Las Vegas, Laconia, Sturgis, Wisconsin and many others! They can handle a top end bike show from soup to nuts. They have judging forms, advertising, judges, classes, trophies and emceeing the awards.

“We are honored to be one of the Buffalo Chips Bike Shows for the past 5 years!” Toni says.