Caffeine & Octane

Modeled after a well-known California show, the car show is appropriately informal, with a welcome to all cars and cycles, and without judgment.  Everyone wants an event that displays any & all cars, bikes in the same place. 

Location: Northview High School 10625 Parsons Road Johns Creek, GA
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Latest Activity: Dec 9, 2014

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Comment by Michael Thies on October 27, 2011 at 3:59pm
You can see how easy it is to maintain communcations with this Group set up for Caffeine & Octane. Let's see how many regulars we can get to join here so we can better manage the ever changing ground rules for our favorite gathering. :-)
Comment by Michael Thies on October 27, 2011 at 3:57pm
The November Caffeine and Octane will take place on the first Sunday morning; Nov. 6, at the Northview High School in John's Creek. That address is 10625 Parsons Road, Johns Creek Ga, near the intersection of State Bridge and Hwy 141.
It was a good place with plenty of room there, but we may find one better!
For Details call Mike Thies 770-883-0160
Comment by Michael Thies on March 21, 2011 at 6:03pm

This year is sponsoring a unique project and I think most of you will enjoy a glimpse of the man with the brains behind it. Bob Sarda is working on a project to be the fasted man on steam powered wheels in a 1972 Honda!  Check out his Blog!  It is real good reading!

PS Bob is a modest sort, in spite of his ambition. He will tell you he is not a graduate engineer, but a graduate Soap Box Derby kid! :-)

Comment by Michael Thies on March 1, 2011 at 3:29am
This is a great idea for a group! Let's get out Facebook Friends to join in, too.
Comment by Rob Royster on March 1, 2011 at 3:22am

"If anybody that had any doubt about the ability of Caffeine and Octane to survive a change of venue (myself included) has had those concerns erased! The turnout for the Feb. event was incredible. The lot holds 725 cars and we filled most of that. I saw a lot of new cars and faces.

A new Lexus LFA drew a lot of attention. Reportedly the owner picked it up just 12 hours before the meet, and it is the FIRST in the US!

Despite the enormous crowd the show was very controlled and well be behaved. Many thanks go out to Officer Phil Baldwin of the Alpharetta PD. Officer Baldwin is a car guy to be sure and has owned quite a stable of nice cars.

The Starbucks did quite a business and I think they now know that we draw a huge crowd. There will be growing pains, but we will get things worked out. Thanks for your patience, and remember that the employees are hourly, tips are appreciated.

Reportedly the folks at Barnes and Noble set up a table with with car magazines and books. Nice to be seen as an asset for a change huh? They certainly have one of the better selections of car mags around.

Some big changes are coming to the site soon. More pics, featured cars and a forum are in the works. Thanks to Visfire for all their work on the site. They are the reason we have this website.

Finally thanks to Magnum collision for their continued support of the event. Their sponsorship allows me to hire officer Baldwin and cover the costs of the site. I never envisioned this gathering to reach these numbers, but it sure has been fun.

See you next month!

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