Here is the simple formula for changing the reputation of culture of a city. Win an NBA title and everything else will fall into place (Also, choose to host the Republican National Convention). As the King James and the Cleveland Cavaliers articulated one of the most scintillating comebacks of all-time, the threshold was pierced for the acceptance of greatness to be synonymous with the city on the shores of Lake Erie.
Amid the Cavaliers victory parade and trophy presentation, the Cleveland Indians have cemented themselves as the team to beat in the American League and the city is at the vortex of the news world as the Republican National Convention is bustling within the confines of Quicken Loans Arena. Thanks to Donald Trump’s polarizing and iconic demeanor, Biker’s For Trump have also arrived on the scene, adding another layer of intrigue and probable drama.
While the gangs of bikers will not be transforming Cleveland into a beer and bikini infused rally rivaling Sturgis, the riders are not shy about their allegiance and commitment to Trump and dealing with potentially violent protesters. “Our first line of defense will be dialogue and diplomacy,” said Biker’s for Trump organizer Chris Cox. “And if that doesn’t work, then we’ll just have to wait and see what happens. Most bikers I know would rather have their ass kicked than their feelings hurt.”
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