Harley-Davidson of Annapolis to celebrate end of blue law with biker chef appearance

Publish Date: 
Jun 1, 2010

Motorcycle chef Billy Hufnagle, better known as Biker Billy, will help usher in the new era of Sunday motorcycle sales next weekend at Harley-Davidson of Annapolis.

This Saturday he’ll break out the grill at Annapolis H-D as part of a "demo challenge" marking the end of the state’s blue law and the start of Sunday sales. Harleys will be available for demo rides.

"It's something we've wanted to do for a long time," dealership GM Bill Phillips, said in a press release. "So, we're having a weekend long celebration.

Hufnagle has his own public access television cooking show and has been featured on the "Tonight Show" with Jay Leno and "Live with Regis & Kelly." His motto is "Eat hot, ride safely and cook with fire."

Gov. Martin O'Malley recently signed legislation ending one of the last of the county's "blue laws," which blocked Sunday cycle sales. Six dealers came out in support of the change, saying sales are down significantly.

Posted by Holly Wagner