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Country music artist and AMA Champion Beau Braswell to tour

Thunder Press friend and AMA National Flat-track Champ to embark on Way of Life Tour Brea, Calif., Feb. 21—Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. (SMAI) is pleased to support country music artist Beau Braswell as the presenting sponsor of his 2018 motorcycles and music tour. The Suzuki presents the Beau Braswell Way of Life Tour will kick off in Daytona Beach, ...

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2018 AMA National Gypsy Tour schedule released

Pickerington, Ohio—The 2018 AMA Gypsy Tour, a national series of premier road—riding events, launches in March, with 15 events on the schedule for riders across the country. Some of the largest and best known U.S. motorcycle gatherings have received the AMA National Gypsy Tour designation, said AMA Recreational Riding Manager Heather Wilson. “These events allow riders of all makes and ...

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Mama Tried “Fire and Ice” Bike Night at the H-D Museum

As the Mama Tried Motorcycle Show takes over Milwaukee, the Harley-Davidson Museum rolls out the orange carpet for racers and spectators all-weekend long. What: Mama Tried “Fire and Ice” Bike Night When: Thursday, Feb. 22, 5–9 p.m. Where: The world’s only Harley-Davidson Museum, 400 W. Canal St., Milwaukee More: Once again this year, the Harley-Davidson Museum is the place to ...

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Robbie “Bugs” Pearson to run Indian Scout FTR750 for 2018 AFT Series

Joining former GNC Crew Chief and Tuner Rick Canode of RJ Performance—Pearson will debut his Scout FTR750 at the series opener in Daytona on March 15 Minneapolis, Feb. 21—Robbie “Bugs” Pearson has joined forces with former GNC Crew Chief and Tuner Rick Canode of RJ Performance – making the privateer the latest to turn to Indian Motorcycle Racing’s Championship-winning Scout ...

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Law Tigers donate to Sturgis Motorcycle Museum Building Fund

Six figure donation to Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame Building Fund Sturgis, S.D., Feb. 20—Construction on the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame renovation roared into the new year courtesy of the Law Tigers motorcycle lawyers. Set to expand to two campuses by the 100th Anniversary in 2020, the Main Street location gets a major revitalization for ...

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Where am I? March 2018

I’m on the SW edge of the Black Hills A nice ride S on the CanAm to here We’ll rest up at the Pines tonight-tidy spot there Clean too, and it never gets old seeing deer This town goes way back to the Old West Anna’s museum is in the old cavalry stable folks say There were 14 saloons, dance ...

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Harley-Davidson unveils two new Sportsters

New Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight Special and Iron 1200 Sportsters fuse throw-back design with modern performance Milwaukee, Feb. 21—Harley-Davidson adds to the long legacy of its Sportster motorcycle line with the introduction of the Iron 1200 and Forty-Eight Special models. The latest in a line of 100 high-impact motorcycles the company plans to introduce by 2027, these new high-bar Sportsters combine throw-back ...

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Motorhead Memo: Stumped by sumping

For as long as I can remember, my involvement with Harley-Davidson motorcycles has included dealing with the dreaded “wet sump.” (Well, OK, you might not dread it, but I have learned to.) This whole “sumping” thing is a rat’s nest of misconceptions and muddled understanding in the first place and H-D doesn’t make it any better. Technically, wet sumping is ...

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2018 Ultimate Builder National Championship Results

Chicago, Ill., Feb. 19—Last weekend the Motorcycle Missions entry took first place in the National Championship. The bike features a 1974 Shovel mil in a custom boardtrack frame. The little bike boasts a custom front end, exhaust and fenders. Motorcycle Missions, founded by Krystal Hess, is a non-profit corporation helping veterans and first responders who deal with PTSD and suicidal ...

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