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Partz: Running the gauntlet

The new for women by Harley are a twist on the traditional gauntlet gloves. These gloves are designed to fit inside your jacket sleeve instead of outside with a power-stretch cuff intended to wrap snugly around your wrist while still obstructing wind and cold from blasting up your sleeves. Selling for $70, the Jayden also features an insulated, heat-reflective lining ...

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Thunder Press—the Early Days: Part 2: Hiring Hall of Famers

Click here to read part one Ignorance gets a bad rap. While some embrace it a little too enthusiastically, it can be helpful… no; really. As an example, had I known what I’d be up against when it came to starting THUNDER PRESS, well, I probably would have just gone for a long ride instead. But because I really didn’t ...

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Partz: Digital accuracy

Eliminating the guesswork, the new Handlebar-Mounted Pushbutton Controller with LED Pressure Gauge by Arnott Air Suspension provides a visual reference for accurate inflation of your rear shocks each time. Designed to be used with an Arnott system, the digital blue LED display provides a pressure reading in pounds per square inch. Manufactured with a high-impact aluminum housing that comes in ...

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Mile Marker: December, 2017

During the 36th annual Tomahawk Factory Open House and Fall Ride in Wisconsin September 13–17, over $117,000 was raised to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. This brings the total to over $2 million that has been raised during the ride for MDA since 1981. The money helps support individuals and families in Wisconsin’s Northwoods area… On Aug 7, 2016, Royce ...

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Partz+: Highway 21 Journeyman Boot

Start your day on the job site and end it on the open road without compromising safety or style. The Journeyman boot from Highway 21 is built to provide the strength and durability needed for today’s craftsman. Some things just get better with age. Work hard and play harder with the Journeyman boot. Available in black. MSRP: $179.95. Full grain ...

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Partz+: Big Louie 4″ High Performance Slip-on Mufflers

RUSH offers you the Big Louie 4″ exhaust for Harley touring models. Available in show quality chrome or black powder coat finishes, this exhaust gives your ride a dynamic appearance. Big Louie’s deliver that deep throaty sound and superior performance with the ability to interchange the baffle sizes that RUSH is known for. Big Louie’s retail starting at $489.95 for ...

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Harley-Davidson posts largest contingency in AFT History

$562,500 up for grabs by riders on XG750R and XR750 Daytona Beach, Fla., Dec. 5— Harley-Davidson announced today its 2018 American Flat Track Contingency Program totaling $562,500—the largest contingency posting in the 65-year history of the sport. The contingency payouts are available exclusively to privateer riders mounted on either Harley-Davidson XG750R or XR750 machines. A total of $31,250 will be ...

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If You See Kay: December, 2017

This is a difficult column to write. It is with mixed emotions that I tell you that this is my last column. The time has come for me to bid you farewell. I have been with THUNDER PRESS for about 17 years, and all good things must come to an end. I have met and worked with some terrific people. ...

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Indoor Flat Track returns to Twin Cities

Indoor Flat Track making a bold return to Minneapolis at Lee & Rose Warner Coliseum in March. Saint Paul, Minn., Dec. 5—The largest custom bike and car show in the Midwest, the Donnie Smith Show— Midwest Extravaganza, Bike, Car and Tattoo Expo, is bringing authentic Indoor Flat Track motorcycle racing back to the Twin Cities, where the roots of the ...

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Organizers prepare for 2018 Motorcycle Cannonball

The Transcontinental Motorcycle Cannonball Endurance Run Sturgis, S.D., Dec. 4—Jason Sims, owner of the Motorcycle Cannonball in Sturgis, South Dakota, has announced that the historic transcontinental event scheduled for 16 days in September has its roster full and the route is set. Though held on U.S. soil, the international line-up of riders from five continents makes the 2018 run a ...

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