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Partz: Retro sucka

Falling in line to build a design family of products, Performance Machine has just released their Vintage Air Cleaner to match their earlier line of Vintage Brake Calipers. The unique forward-facing induction opening adds to the race-inspired styling while the housing comes in three distinct case finishes: Quality Chrome, Contrast Cut and Black Ops. They are also available with a ...

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Bullin’ Through Life: Health food

Howdy! Grab a chair an’ a beer! Well, we just got over the traditional Thanksgiving feast, an’ if you’re like me, you stuffed every last bite your stomach could hold down your gullet, then jumped up an’ down to make room for dessert. I never could resist pumpkin pie with lots of whipped cream! When I was younger, I used ...

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Partz: A clear alternative

The new Clear Anodized REVO-A Adjustable Coil Suspension has just been made available by Legend Suspensions for specific Harley-Davidsons. Previously only available in black, the clear REVO-S shocks promise quality coupled with a superior performance ride. The adjustment knob at the bottom of the shock offers six levels of control to fine-tune rebound to the rider’s personal riding style and comfort. ...

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Cannonball Characters: #41 Mike Bell

Mike Bell

#41 Mike Bell 1916 Harley-Davidson Texas native Mike Bell has been up on two wheels for 66 years, bought his first Harley in 1957 and has owned his 1957 Panhead for 50 years. His Cannonball bike, Alice, came into Mike’s life back in the 1980s and he got her running in the early ’90s even though he didn’t really ride ...

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Cannonball Characters: #24 Kelly Modlin

Kelly Modlin

#24 Kelly Modlin 1914 Excelsior Kelly first joined the ever-growing Cannonball family of riders back in 2012. He rode with a sidecar attached to his Harley that year and a mannequin dressed up as Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz, in honor of his home state of Kansas, was his traveling companion. For 2014, he and his 1927 Henderson Deluxe ...

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Savage Roads: Harleys in the Kingdom of Jordan

Dead Sea H.O.G. Rally photos by Abrar Asfour Wadi Rum desert photos by Mohammad AG My biker’s journey to the beautiful country of Jordan begins way back in 2000. In Lyon, France’s gastronomic capital, biker and chef Claude Abry moved to Jordan and began cooking for King Abdullah II who, like his late father, King Hussein, is a motorcycle enthusiast ...

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29th annual Halloween Witch Ride

Salem, Mass., Oct. 15—It was a chilly start, but that didn’t keep riders from showing up and filling up the front lot at Boston Harley for the annual MDA Halloween Witch Ride to Salem, Massachusetts. Registration officially began at 9:00 a.m., but by then hundreds of Halloween-adorned bikes were lined up in front of the Boston Harley-Davidson dealership in Revere, ...

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Rear View Mirror: 1998—A very important date

1998 Road King Classic

The world • Europe agrees on a common currency—the Euro. Got change for a farthing, franc, or pfennig? • Google was founded… go ahead; Google it! • The largest airport in the world opens…on the little island of Hong Kong. Can you say “made in China?” • Microsoft becomes the biggest company in the world, a la Windows 98 The ...

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Northeast Passages: November, 2017

Nobody could say it better than the folks at Schaeffer’s Harley-Davidson in Orwigsburg, Pennsylvania, who put out the word in August that “God took a big piece of our sunshine” when dealership scion Dennis Schaeffer, 71, son of Fern “Nana” Koch Schaeffer and the late Carl A. “Pap” Schaeffer, passed suddenly and peacefully on Wednesday, August 30, at a medical ...

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Partz: Changing gears

Following on the heels of their highly successful 34-Tooth Compensator Eliminator Sprocket introduced last year, Twin Power recently announced the development of their 32-Tooth Compensator Eliminator Kit retailing for $450. Utilizing your OEM stocklength primary chain, this kit provides a 6-percent reduction in gearing that improves acceleration and makes 6th gear more viable. Eliminating the compensator reduces the spinning weight ...

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