• 11:18

    Welcome to our Harley Cafe Racer Build. The MoCo, mothership Harley-Davidson, is working to get more people on 2 wheels and obviously a Harley. They have a 10-year plan to bring in 2 million riders. The Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC) has also joined in the rally to bring more riders on board, no matter which…

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  • 15:00

    The fun part: Cafe Racer parts and, of course, a plan. Whether you are planning a mild customization, a radical customization, or a full restoration of your Harley Davidson; it is of utmost importance that you start off by creating a plan. For most of us, the first step is to determine your budget. If…

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  • 4:48

    Have you seen all the custom bike work at Dennis Kirk’s Garage Build? Here’s an interview with Kevin Draper about his build Toxic. Kevin wanted to build a motorcycle from the ground up that was different than his normal rides. You gotta see this copper front end. Watch our interview with Kevin and read more…

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  • 15:48

    Have you seen all of the custom bike work at Dennis Kirk’s Garage Build? Here’s an interview with Bill Garcia about his 1978 Special Construction. His two sons wanted to reproduce an exact copy of the original chopper or as close as possible to the one he had in 1978. Watch Bill’s great story here…

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  • 3:56

    Our Cafe Racer Build will get some major upgrades from Barnett Engineering. We’ll add cables, brake lines and a new Barnett clutch. During our build plan and budget we talk about cost and choosing a few upgrades that you want to splurge on. We wanted customization, color and performance. With Barnett, we got it all.…

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  • 4:47

    Like tools in your tool box, Clymer Manuals are a must have. We searched high and low for a good deal on a Sportster for our Cafe Racer Build. We found a low mileage, almost stock Harley-Davidson for a good price. Our video series shows that with a budget and a plan you can customize…

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  • 1:44

    Setting Harley transport mode makes it possible to arm the security system without enabling the motion detector for one ignition cycle. This allows the motorcycle to be moved in an immobilized or armed state. However, any attempt to start the engine will trigger the alarm. If you are trailering your Harley Davidson, it is important…

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  • Are You Ready to Ride?
    4:36

    Here is a motorcycle pre-ride checklist brought to you by Bob LaRosa. He explains how to make sure you are ready for your next ride. A short ride to the local hang out or a trip of a lifetime to a far away rally warrant the same amount of preparation and care. We want to…

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  • 5:03

    Harley Davidson introduced Softail models for the first time in 1986. By positioning two rear shocks beneath the motorcycle, they were able to achieve the appearance of a rigid, “old school” looking frame. Between 1986 & 1999, Harley Davidson Softail’s consisted of the Fatboy, Heritage Softail, FXST, and Springer models. Future models included the Deuce,…

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