Central Plains LeatherSir/boy Winners Named

Photo courtesy of Blue Max CC
Central Plains winners Boy Swey, Sir Robb, Boot Black Loki.
Ray L.

Blue Max CC
Special to Chicago Den

ST. LOUIS – The Blue Max Cycle Club of St. Louis, Missouri has spread its wings again and converted our local Daddy/boy contest (a part of Blue Max C.C. for 30 years) into the Central Plains International Leather Sir/Leather boy/Community Bootblack Competition.

The winners were Sir Robb, boy Swey, and bootblack Loki.  Congratulations to each and to all contestants that participated from Missouriand Kansas.  You performed above all expectations and made it a great contest.

As Blue Max C.C. embarked on this new adventure as president of Blue Max C.C. I would like to recognize the following people.

All of our judges who took time out of their busy schedules to help Blue Max C.C. with this new event which will be an annual event. Thanks to Jeff and Jerry at JJ’S Clubhouse for providing the venue and supporting Blue Max C.C. as we staged this event and for all of the other things they do for us, not to mention the Show Me Bears, and Gateway MC. This and so many other events wouldn’t happen without their help and encouragement. 

Photo courtesy of Blue Max CC
Central Plains contestants (from left to right) Sir Ken,
Sir Robb, Sir Rick, Boy Don, Boy Jeff and Boy Swey.
I would like to thank the Producers Bill B. and Allan E. for bringing the contest to Blue Max C.C.

And to those good people who advertised in our program book!

Last but not least I would like to thank all of the Blue Max C.C. club members and honorary members that worked so hard to put this contest together. 

We all invested many hours to make sure that the inaugural Blue Max C.C. Central Plains Leather SIR/Leather boy/Community Bootblack contest was fun, exciting and a huge success.

To all of you that came to our first major contest we were honored by your presence and look forward to bringing another LeatherSir/Leatherboy/Community Bootblack contest for your enjoyment in April 2013.