Last weekend, several West Coast Riders left Port Charlotte for a trip to Sebastian. They stopped for lunch at a biker store called Everything Biker Consignment Shop. They also met up with another group called the 863 Riders from Okeechobee, and all rode together.
“We had local riders that came to help me,” Charles Seager, owner of Everything Biker Consignment Shop, told Sebastian Daily. “Mark Feldner from the group called Riptide sang and performed. One rider even rode up from Ft. Lauderdale to meet up and do the ride.”
Seager said the event was a big success. Other groups who participated were the American Legion Riders Post 39 and American Legion Riders Chapter 189.
The event went well because of the people who helped cook and run things, like Diana Lynn Seager, Kara Karasch, Jason Powers, Craig Romanic, Diana Veneri-Spacek, and Doug Jones.
Next door to the biker shop, a new bicycle business called E Power Adventures opened. They also helped with the event.
The offered burgers, hot dogs, chips, soda, water, pasta salad to the riders for lunch.
Seager was very thankful for everyone who came, even though it rained. He said, “New visitors walked into the shop as customers, and they left as friends. New friendships were created today.”
Everything Biker Consignment Shop
The Everything Biker Consignment Shop has been open for seven years now. It’s where bikers can bring any items they don’t want anymore. The shop sells these items and shares the money with the original owner.
They only accept items in good shape, without tears, stains, or damage. They also sell new popular biker gear at lower prices.
Charles Seager, who worked at Aloha Cycles in Vero Beach before they closed, is a retired New York State Corrections Sargeant after serving 27 years.
The hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., closed on Tuesdays. They are located at 137 Sebastian Blvd. in Sebastian. For more information, call 772-205-9006.