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W hen I travel to events around the country I try to find a biker bar in the area to have a little fun in myself. I have found one outside of Charleston called the Kick’n Horse Saloon, and it is at 5105 Highway 17 North in Awendaa South Carolina. It sits on 12 acres of what once was the Old White Saw Mill. It is a full liquor bar, and open seven days a week.

I had met the owner Dave Harvey at the Heritage Motorcycle Rally, and he had told me how to get there and assured me I would have a good time. At first appearance the place did not look that large, with a small country store, bar and vendor tents visible from the roadway. I went into the bar and asked for Kathy Campbell, who runs it. We talked for a few minutes about what was going on, and then she took me out the side door and the first thing I saw was one of the outside bars. It was a large, covered pavilion with some tables and a stage at the far end. She introduced me to members of her staff and security and told me to have fun. OH YEA!

I ordered a drink and started to look around. That’s when I found another bar outdoor stage, elevated decks, bum-out pit, vendors, mechanical bull riding area and a six-acre campground which I was told is always free. A band was playing, people were dancing, drinking, partying and having a good time doing their own thing.

A few of the women got on “Spanky” the mechanical bull, and things started to get interesting as they were thrown from one direction to another and various body parts became exposed. Back under the pavilion DJ Tom was doing his thing, and he soon had some women dancing and removing their clothes much to the enjoyment of all.

A couple of the barmaids were selling Jell-O shots, and you could get to do them on the naked body parts of one of the women. I resisted the temptation to try one my self, as I knew I would just want more and more. But I did give it some serious thought.

Oh the things I do to get a story—Ha ha! No! I do not need any helpers.

For more info on the Kick’n Horse, contact Rogue at rogue@bikerrogue.com, or visit their web page at www.kicknhorse.com. —Rogue




This article is from Biker Number 224 December 2004 an Easyriders magazine.

Photography by Rogue.




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