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H-D debuts Harley-Davidson Snow Hill Climb at 2018 X Games

Milwaukee, Jan. 18—In an X Games first, Harley-Davidson Snow Hill Climb will make its debut at X Games Aspen as a medaled event alongside ski, snowboard and other action-sports competitions. The new medal sport will close out X Games Aspen 2018, which airs January 25-28 on ESPN and ABC. In the Harley-Davidson Snow Hill Climb, riders will race modified twin-cylinder ...

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Partz: Comfort zone

Designed to streamline the look of 2013–2017 models, the new minimalist Renegade LS for Softail Breakout strives to maintain the comfort level with the use of the company’s exclusive GEL-Core technology. The GEL-Core implant is engineered to dampen, divert and deflect energy, reducing engine vibration affecting the rider by up to 50 percent. Complementing the GEL-Core is a progressive density ...

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Almost Fiction: The boarding house

There was an iron bed with clean sheets, a wool blanket, a white chenille bedspread and a handmade quilt at the foot. In the corner was a nightstand holding a lamp, a Gideon Bible and a book of Edgar Allen Poe’s short stories and poems. Against the left wall was a chest of drawers with two neatly folded clean towels ...

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Partz: Warm and visible

Selling for $84.99, the latest offering from Gatorskins is their new Switchback Vest. Made from durable Dupont-developed Gatorskin micro fabric, the Switchback comes in Coyote Brown with a Hi-Viz orange fleece liner that can be worn reversed. Three times warmer than wool, this vest is windproof, water repellent, breathable and lightweight. The armholes are enlarged so the Switchback can be ...

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2018 Indian Motorcycle

Meeting the tribe It’s my humble opinion that some of the best riding in the world is in the Black Hills area in South Dakota and so it was particularly exciting when I was offered the opportunity to saddle up an Indian Scout Bobber to be my trusty ride while in Sturgis. Since the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally’s founder, J.C. “Pappy” ...

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Partz: Legacy wear

Reaching back to their roots, the Motor Company has just released their 1903 Collection of apparel. Comprised of both men and women’s clothing, the designs evoke a vintage appeal with their washed-and-worn look, capturing the company’s heritage while utilizing modern manufacturing techniques and incorporating custom features. The collection includes the Men’s Master Distressed Slim Fit Leather Jacket ($395), the Women’s ...

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Street Hooligan Indian Scout Sixty giveaway

Sturgis, S.D. – An Indian Scout Sixty customized into the ultimate street-legal tracker by the dream team at J&P Cycles will be going home with a crazy-lucky winner in the 2018 Sturgis Buffalo Chip Moto Stampede Bike Giveaway. The Buffalo Chip teamed up with J&P Cycles and GEICO Motorcycle to create a one-of-a-kind beast that will tear up the track ...

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Adventure with Indian Motorcycle’s Legendary Rides in Greece

While there’s a lot to be said for an epic road trip through America on an Indian motorcycle, here’s an opportunity to ride one in Greece. Legendary Rides is a unique motorcycle tour company set up by the experienced Pavlos Emmanuel, operating under the license of Greek National Tourism Organization. Pavlos says, “ We aim to give riders a touring ...

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Spare Parts: A stitch in time

The demands of the riding season are many. Where to eat, where to stay and what to squeeze in are usually at the top of the list when it comes to pre-rally planning. Hopefully, your pre-ride bike maintenance isn’t forgotten in all the excitement. Even if you’re diligent in your bike’s prep, things can and do go wrong on the ...

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