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Diner Dash: Pink Cadillac Diner

Marry New Jersey’s title of Diner Capital of the World with the city of Wildwood’s claim as the Doo Wop Capital of the World, and the Pink Cadillac Diner is born. The ’50s-inspired diner, with its stainless steel and checkerboard exterior, draws Jersey Shore tourists all summer long. It’s only open seasonally, so it’s always packed with families, college kids, ...

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Spare Parts: Driven to ride

Motorcyclists who endure winters are a unique breed. Being from the northeast myself, I understand this. There are plenty of places in the States colder than Western Pennsylvania, and I don’t know how they survive. Once, I had to visit Minnesota for work in the winter. They have overhead heaters at some of the bus stops. That’s otherworldly cold in ...

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Partz: Softail made softer

Created with the sole purpose of keeping the rider planted and firmly locked in position, the new Step Up LS for 2018 Softail by Saddlemen uses a specially-designed lumbar support to provide the needed ergonomics without compromising control or comfort for the rider or passenger. Configured for the line of newly-redesigned Softails, the Step Up LS utilizes proprietary high-impact UltraFOAM formulated ...

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Partz: Nude reflections

Using special hardened glass three times stronger than an auto’s windshield, CycleSmiths has just introduced their Naked Lollipop Mirror. Featuring a subtly-tapered stem, the 2¼″, 3″ or 3½″-diameter glass mirror has no housing, offering a unique, never-before-seen styling. They are available with either a clear or smoked lens, both a shorty and long stem length in either chrome or gloss ...

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Rear View Mirror: Not much new in 2002

The world NASA’s Mars Odyssey space probe (figure 1) begins to map the surface of Mars using its thermal emission imaging system… outta this world! A near-Earth asteroid (estimated at a measly 30 feet in diameter) explodes in our atmosphere over the Mediterranean Sea between Greece and Libya. Estimated to have a force of 26 kilotons, more powerful than the ...

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Donnie Smith Bike and Car Show to launch Midwest riding season

Meet the THUNDER PRESS staff at our booth on the main show floor  Saint Paul, Minn., March 8—Gear heads and riders will soon be coming out of hibernation to gather and meet fellow enthusiasts and friends at the 31st Annual Donnie Smith Bike and Car Show presented by Dennis Kirk. In addition to the motorcycles, cars and the largest parts swap ...

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Bullin’ Through Life: Weather roulette

Howdy! Grab a chair an’ a beer! For us out here on the left coast, the ridin’ season kinda stretches out a bit longer than it does for you folks livin’ to the right of Bizarroworld on the map. Yeah, the temperature drops into the 20s at night now an’ then, but it usually warms up to the 50s during ...

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Indian Motorcycle, Jack Daniel’s & Klock Werks Kustom Cycles honor first responders with Limited Edition Scout Bobber

Blacked out & stripped down—the Jack Daniel’s Limited Edition Indian Scout Bobber boasts ultra-premium design features modeled after Jack Daniel’s Fire Brigade Minneapolis, Minn., Mar. 7—Indian Motorcycle, America’s first motorcycle company, and Jack Daniel’s, America’s first registered distillery, today introduced the Jack Daniel’s Limited Edition Indian Scout Bobber. For the third straight year, the two iconic American brands have joined ...

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Savage Roads: The road to Biker Fest

Photos by Michele Ciussi Udine, Italy—One of my most memorable Savage Roads adventures of my 15 years in Europe is when I rode from Floro, Norway, about halfway up the country, smokin’ all the way south down through Denmark, Germany, Austria and on to northern Italy. My band had a two-night show to perform at the biggest bike event in the ...

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