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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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Partz: Race Ready

Roland Sands Design has increased their line of jackets to include the new Ronin Color Block Series. Constructed of hand-finished Airborne leather, the Color Block captures a vintage café racer style. It features pre-curved sleeves, a dropped-back length and relaxed stand-up snap collar. Ventilation is accomplished with perforated leather interior trim along with perforated sleeve venting. For carrying those essentials ...

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Partz: Wingin’ it

Offering protection for both the rider and bike are the AW-TW Trike Wings for the Harley-Davidson Tri-Glide. Acting as a deflector from road debris scratching your rear fenders, the Trike Wings also provide rain protection for the rider’s feet and lower legs. The manufacturer even claims an improvement in gas mileage. Mounting hardware is available in chrome or black powder ...

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Partz: Gluteus upgrade

Due to the success of one of their most popular product lines, Mustang Seats has redesigned one of their top-selling models to fit older Harleys, the Deluxe Super Touring Seat to fit 1997–2007 FL models. This one-piece seat allows owners of FLHR, FLHX, FLHT and FLTR models to sit back an extra inch in the saddle as compared to the stock ...

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Partz: Sky pilot

A new series of handlebar risers by Rox Speed FX is the Aviator Straight Post Risers, a universal design fitting any Harley-Davidson or V-twin using ½″-13 triple clamp mounting bolts. They come in 4″, 6″ and 8″ heights, are machined from 6061-T6 aircraft grade aluminum and feature stylish machined reliefs staged along the stems. Pricing varies according to height selection and ...

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Partz: Can you hear me now?

The leader in Bluetooth motorcycle communication systems, Sena has just released their 20S EVO unit for all those riders who want to stay in touch. Sena’s next generation of their 20S line offers technology that includes improvements over previous models such as better audio quality, robust performance and a fixed, sharkfin antenna (as opposed to the original flip-up functionality) that ...

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Partz: Bloody good news

New on the performance scene is HAWGBLUD by Blud Lubricants. A 20W-50, 100-percent synthetic oil, HAWGBLUD was specifically designed and engineered for Harley-Davidson V-Twins (hence the “Hawg” name). It also utilizes a red coloring (hence the “Blud” inference) that will darken over time with use as the product cleans and protects the motor, providing a visual indicator of the need ...

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Partz: Slim is in

The newly released Impaxx Slim Line Tour Paxx by Pro Pad is ideal for anyone searching for an alternative to the standard Harley touring trunk, dimensionally smaller but still offering ample capacity. Measuring 25″ wide x 11″ tall x 20 ½” long, the Impaxx is constructed of rugged ABS and comes complete with chrome hinges and latch (with lock and ...

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Partz: Easy riding

The new Monkey Sport Bar by Paul Yaffe’s Bagger Nation measures several inches narrower in the grip post area than the competition due to the use of a labor-intensive assembly process. They also offer a comfortable, natural grip angle and are designed to allow maximum rotation in regard to your hand positioning. The result is a low-slung handlebar with 5″ of ...

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Partz: Speaking of spokes

Thinking along the lines of “less is more,” the wheelwrights at Ridewright Wheels have developed the Fat 30-Round-02s, a beefy 30-spoke Omega steel rim wheel. Using the company’s patented Modular Hub Ends technology, Ridewright is capable of some of the fastest turnaround times in the industry. Plus those hubs mean you can swap out your wheels when you decide it’s ...

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