by: Chris Best
UNION CITY, Tenn. (CNN/WBBJ/WKRG/BIKER DAD) – A Tennessee motorcycle dealer dumped by Harley Davidson earlier this year over racist Black Lives Matter posts says it will remain open, just not as a Harley Davidson dealership. Abernathy Harley Davidson posted on Facebook Monday, saying in part, “as if (sic) 8/29/2020 we will no longer have a Harley-Davidson franchise, HOWEVER we will still be in the motorcycle business! You will see some changes in the coming weeks, BUT We will have a great selection of pre-owned bikes to choose from.. all your favorite employees will still be here to help you however we can! Come see us!”
- Two of the 15 individuals charged in the Project Skylark province-wide drug bust last year are now done with the courts
- An ongoing dispute turned violent at a motorcycle club meeting
- State and federal agencies are joining the investigation into what officials described as a “mass shooting” that injured at least 11 people at motorcycle club
- Police are cracking down on the Hells Angels biker gang banning some members from entering bars and clubs
- Over 11 people are recovering after bullets flew in what officials are calling a mass shooting at a Grenada biker club overnight.
You can follow all of the developments from when this all started. The original reporting is below.