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Helmet – Skull to Full Face

I’m like a crocodile or more like a slug when it comes to evolution. I’m slow to change my riding ways. I don’t think I’m old school but when my 14 year old son says something like “Yeah man that’s so old, it’s from like the ’80s.” Ouch, those were some of my prime time…

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Ride and Rally: A Choppy Ride

Chop and Ride My obsession with Harley Davidson started at a young age riding on the back of my uncle’s Fatboy and listening to stories about Sturgis. Luckily for me my interested turned obsession coincided with the custom motorcycle boom in the early 2000’s. The faces of Jesse James, Billy Lane, Indian Larry, and Mondo…

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Tell Us Your Harley Story

Harley-Davidson has been an American icon since 1903, and there have been generations of riders on the roads before us. In many cases, we become riders because of these older generations. Our parents, grandparents, or other family members introduced us to the lifestyle at a young age. It’s not just about the motorcycle, it’s about…

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Rocking the Grand Canyon

There’s something unique about seeing the world from the seat of a Harley Davidson. Ask anyone to try to explain it and you’ll likely get the same answer. A long winded explanation that only really proves that the feeling we get from riding our bikes cannot be explained. That feeling is the sole reason why…

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Ride and Rally: Chopper / Vintage Bike Buyers Guide

So you wanna Choppaaa Nate Beck shares his adventure back to the future Heritage, to me, is one of the pillars of being a Harley Davidson enthusiast. Harley’s pride in their heritage is one of the aspects that originally attracted me to being a Harley owner and rider. Their attention to detail on newer bikes…

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Ride and Rally: Donnie Smith Show 2019

Bikes, Parts, Apparel – Yes Please Throughout the years, the motorcycle industry has seen various trends come and go, however it also spawned three legends who surpass these trends. From the west Arlen Ness, who sadly passed away recently, from the east, Dave Perewitz, and the north, Donnie Smith. These three builders alone have more…

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Ride And Rally: French Quarter to Galveston

“Road construction next 28 miles”. I wondered was that even possible? “Lanes Narrow”. Okay, well I’m on a bike so that’s not too big of an issue as long as those semi’s stay in their lane. “Heavy grooves” That could be an issue. “Loose Gravel” Now we have problems. But let me rewind, I had…

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Ride and Rally: Mama Tried 2019

Mama Tried 2019! I’m not sure if there is a motorcycle event in the midwest that holds a candle to what Scott Johnson and Warren Heir Jr. have created in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. With its sixth year in the bag, it has organically grown through the love and support from not only fans but also sponsors,…

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Ride and Rally: Key West Florida

Riding The Keys One route I’ve always wanted to ride was Miami to Key West. After researching that route I noticed on the map when crossing into the Keys, there’s a second option to Highway 1 called 905A, also known as Card Sound Rd. Card Sound Rd is a small remote two lane road until…

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