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Rear View Mirror: Slick tricks in ’96

The world • Britain is beset by Mad Cow Disease… good steaks are still available in the U.S. • Prince Charles and Lady Diana are divorced… the guy won’t ever be king.   • France halts nuclear testing in the Pacific… no one thinks to notify Godzilla. • Minimum wage is raised to $5.15… average cost of a new car ...

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Partz: Fancy filter

Crusher is the performance division of Kuryakyn and has just developed the Revolt Air Cleaner. Carrying aggressive racing-inspired styling, it also hearkens back to the look of old-school velocity stacks. The housing and back plate are constructed from A380 aluminum and includes a parabolic “super ring” that covers the back plate mounting bolts, channeling the airflow smoothly. A steel mesh ...

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Motorcycle ride app helps Biketoberfest visitors find top rides

21st annual Biketoberfest

Daytona Beach, Fla. Sept. 28—October means great motorcycle riding weather and what better way to celebrate the season than with the 25th Chrome Anniversary of Biketoberfest October 19–22 in Daytona Beach, Florida. This is the 25th Anniversary of Biketoberfest (#25YearsBold) and the Daytona Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) wants to help both returning and new attendees explore the ...

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2018 H-D Softail Press Launch: Blasting through the shock barrier

Los Angeles, Calif., Aug. 27–29—On the evening of August 22, the new 2018 Harley-Davidson models emerged from hiding and into the light, with details instantly available on every media you could imagine (and some you couldn’t). The capsule commentary? With the exception of cosmetics and color changes, nothing much to talk about in the Street line. Ditto for the Sportsters. ...

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Chewin’ the Fat Boy: September, 2017

September is a favorite in most households, I’d wager. It’s a month with many friends’ and family’s birthdays, those celebrants a product of amorous yuletide celebrations gone by; it’s the month when Tamarack (a.k.a. Larch) trees begin to defoliate but offer up a brilliant gold before the needles drop. September in the Northwest finds us looking forward to the Anacortes, ...

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Spur Creek Saloon: Off the Beaten Path

About 30 miles north of Sturgis lies the tiny town of Newell, South Dakota: population 603. Another five miles up the road is a family ranch that spreads out over 50,000 acres and is home to the Spur Creek Saloon, a quaint little watering hole that bikers in the know view as a pilgrimage each year during the Sturgis rally. ...

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Free Range: Thunder Press proud

I’d stopped to get some landscape photos and peeled off my jacket, the mountain sun was boiling me in my leather. I’d lit out before sunrise since there was a whole lot of desert between me and the Tetons and the morning ride had been picture perfect. The further east I got, the more bikes I found and the energy ...

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77th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally: Faces in the Crowd

We met a plethora of new friends from all over the world while cruising the hills and dales of the Black Hills of South Dakota. Here are just a few of the fun folks we got to hang out with during our two-week adventure. Kevin from San Diego Working at the Indian dealership downtown, we found Kevin shuttling bikes around ...

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Tan Lines: September, 2017

Well, the summer rains have certainly put a damper (no pun intended) on our summer riding. Although the rain cools the air temporarily, the humidity afterward takes over where the pre-storm heat left off. But because we love the wind in our faces, most of us suck it up and deal with it… On July 1 the Green Swamp Chapter ...

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Partz: All fired up

Twin Power is pleased to announce the recent release of their new Ignition Wires. Retailing for only $20.95 per set and available as a direct fit for the most popular Harleys, they utilize ignition leads that are 8.65mm thick with 500 ohms/ft of resistance and built with SAE J2031 Class E-rated cable for heat protection of 450 degrees F. A ...

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