Owner of Famous “Cabbage Patch” Biker Bar Killed In Head On Collision


Ronnie Luznar, 71, owner of Spotonick’s Cabbage Patch Bar, a popular biker destination, was killed during a head on collision Thursday, October 20th 2016, following Biketoberfest, 2016.

Spotonick’s Cabbage Patch Bar on State Road 415 in Samsula, Florida will never be the same without Ronnie. Ron was a 3rd generation owner of the bar after inheriting the business from his Aunt Ollie during the 1980’s.

The Cabbage Patch is known as one of Florida’s hot spots for bikers. The corner bar is a popular biker watering hole that is surrounded by campgrounds that host drag racing, games, and more during Bike Week and Bike Fest. Among the events was the unforgettable “World Famous” Cabbage Patch Women’s Coleslaw Wrestling match.

The Cabbage Patch announced the news of Ronnie’s passing on October 21st. “Our hearts are broken today. It is with great regret that we inform you that Ronnie Luznar has been in a head on collision and did not survive. We will post more as it develops. We ask you to please respect the family’s privacy and allow them to grieve. We will post more as it develops.” Since the news of Ronnie’s death, visitors of the patch have poured out their condolences on the Cabbage Patch Facebook page.

Memorial Services for Ronnie Luznar will take place on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at the SNPJ Lodge on Samsula Drive. There will be a public viewing from 3-5 p.m and then a service and dinner.

Ronnie Luznar will be greatly missed. Prayers go out to family and friends. RIP.


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