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The Fairing Xchange: It’s an inside job

The Fairing Xchange Electra Glide inner fairings $350–$549 (depending on year and color) Road Glide inner fairings $450–$799 (depending on year and color) Harley Trike model inner fairings $450–$549 thefairingxchange.com 904.589.5253 Mother Nature sometimes shows her power on the finish of your motorcycle. Touring models with a fairing have the option of getting a plain inner fairing or one that ...

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Championship of the Americas announces winners at AIMExpo

Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 24—The 2017 American International Motorcycle Expo presented by Nationwide (AIMExpo) came to a close on Sunday, capping off a memorable debut in Columbus. Consumer attendees continued to walk the aisles inside the Greater Columbus Convention Center throughout the final day, getting a firsthand look at all the new models and products coming to the marketplace, in addition ...

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Krawiec and Harley take third straight NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle win  

Mohnton, Pa. Sept.  24—Harley-Davidson Screamin’ Eagle/Vance & Hines rider Ed Krawiec won his third consecutive Pro Stock Motorcycle win at the Dodge NHRA Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway. Krawiec has won 12 straight elimination rounds aboard his Harley-Davidson Street Rod competition motorcycle and holds a 71-point lead in the NHRA Countdown to the Championship playoff standings.  “I’ve won three in ...

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Partz: Ride on air

Designed for long-haul comfort, the new Road Zeppelin Seat Pad by the Motor Company is an air bladder system with an integrated hand pump and metered air release valve that allows for quick and controllable air pressure adjustment. The rider’s pad measures 14″ wide and will fit most Harley-Davidson seats. The Road Zeppelin Seat Pad—Passenger is slightly smaller. Designed to ...

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Cannonball Characters: #17 Rick Salisbury

#17 Rick Salisbury 1916 Excelsior Rick has ridden in three of the four Motorcycle Cannonball Runs and is signed up to tackle it again in 2018. As owner of a motorcycle emporium that carries vintage motorcycles, he has his choice of machines to get him across the country and Rick’s proven his respect for all marques by arriving at the ...

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Cannonball Characters: #45 Jon Szalay

#45 Jon Szalay 1915 Thor Jon Szalay is a two-time Motorcycle Cannonballer, having been a part of the original group of rough riders on the inaugural trip from Kitty Hawk to the Santa Monica Pier in 2010. Jon is a skilled craftsman who lives and works in a restored bank where the bathroom was originally the bank’s vault and still ...

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Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame Inductions: Willie G. receives the Lifetime Achievement Award

Deadwood, S.D., Aug. 9—Breakfast may have been the last thing on the minds of the record number of attendees entering the Lodge at Deadwood in high anticipation of seeing, hearing, greeting, and possibly meeting any or all the 2017 Sturgis Motorcycle Museum Hall of Fame inductees and Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. Supporters of the honorees formed in clusters of tables ...

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Bugslide: It’s All About the Slide

BugSlide 4 oz. Travel kit $10 www.bugslide.com A few months ago I ran across an ad for a cleaning product I hadn’t seen before. It wasn’t just the cool graphics of the creepy green bug with red eyes on the label that caught my eye, but the catchy name, BugSlide, is what made me want to check it out. Yeah, ...

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Motorcycles as Art: Old Iron – Young Blood

Photos by Shadow Sturgis, a destination known for loud bikes, loud music and Black Hills motorcycling, is also the home to many other much more refined events. One of these in particular is the annual Michael Lichter Motorcycles as Art exhibit. Since the year 2000 Lichter has provided the patrons of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally with a free showing of ...

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Hurricane Irma not strong enough to dampen Biketoberfest

Daytona Beach, Fla., Sep. 21—Two weeks after Hurricane Irma worked its way up the center of the state of Florida, the Daytona Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) says the area’s tourism industry is recovering swiftly. “Tourism is a significant economic engine in Volusia County,” said CVB Executive Director Lori Campbell Baker. “While local government, residents and businesses are ...

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