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  1. Great weekend - Headed back to DFW
    From Moto Adrenaline We left Taos early and it was a tad chilly. The higher we got in elevation the worse the weather was. It got foggy and wet, so it made those twisty roads more challenging, but no one had an issue and we all knew deep down that the weather would warm up way to fast on the way home.It was a great trip. Put almost 2000 miles on for the 4 days. I am not writing much about the ride home. We all know the drill. Amarillo then 287 home..

  2. Finally! Cooler Weather and Mountain Roads
    From Moto Adrenaline They put on a great rally.We woke up to cooler temps, the forecast of no rain and mountain roads within our grasp. Life is good!Much nicer weather this morning for riding - everyone is smiling!We did the hotel breakfast and then made our way to New Mexico. I am from this beautiful state and every time I come back I ask myself why I ever left this land of Enchantment.. then it hits me. Oh yeah I need to work and the kids need good schools.. so Texas we love

  3. I'd swear it's 1994, because people are still using the term "crotch rocket"
    From The Superbike Blog As the summer of 2012 begins its downhill stretch toward the beckoning autumn, I look back on the rides, rallies, races, and runs of the past few months mindful of one very irritating observation: People are still using the term "crotch rocket" when referring to sportbikes. Seriously, it's time somebody made this an issue, and I humbly volunteer.Call this a pet peeve of mine, but anytime I hear the term, it strikes me as the moto-equivalent of a racial slur for some reason. I know it shouldn't be such

  4. Digging
    From Sideblog Went with GI to Bromsgrove to meet up with Benny Boneshaker, and do a feature for SB#10 on a tasty Harley 'scrambler' he has built before it gets crated off to its new home in Italy. Then we went to his new dream workshop and fell in lurve with this groovy 750/4 digger he is building. BP(Yes, Peter Sutcliffe came too)

  5. Arlen Ness? Personal Hayabusa. $7495.
    From Cyril Huze Blog... Since yesterday, it’s listed on Craigslist and you can buy it directly from Arlen Ness. The Suzuki Hayabusa 2000 GSX-R 1300 had 15,361 miles on it before being put in storage for more than 5 years. The Ness crew handled a full service and tune up and it is stated as... This is a content summary only. Click on headlines for full links, images, other content and more!

  6. Eightball and Hate
    From Sideblog I have so much stuff in my office, I've lost track of what's in there. I was trying to squeeze some more magazines on my shelves, when I investigated one box and found a bunch of 22-year-old comics, including the first issue of Eightball and a full set of Pete Bagge's Hate. Sometimes I'm so glad I don't throw too much away. GI

  7. Top Internet Stories - 9 December 2011
    From Bikes in the Fast Lane Here are some interesting motorcycle related articles from the World Wide Web I've been reading over the last week. Maybe you missed them... - Harley Davidson Tries To Lose Its Geezer Appeal (NewsDay) - Is It Safe To Travel The World (yTravel Blog) - Off Track Issues Hint At Season Of Transition (BBC) - Dakar Story 2000-2012 (Cyril Despres) ...

  8. Jesse James, Paul Jr, Paul Sr In A Live TV Bike Build-Off. Any Positive Side Effect On The Industry?
    From Cyril Huze Blog... Since 2000, the start of major TV shows devoted to the building of custom motorcycles , It has been the question that everybody working or having any interest in the motorcycle industry has asked himself, to his peers, collaborators, clients and friends? Overall, do we... This is a content summary only. Click on headlines for full links, images, other content and more!

  9. How and Why Did You Get Into Motorcycling?
    From On Two Wheels Gary France (Flies in your Teeth) posed this question (although he referred to it as ?motorbiking?) and so I thought I?d take a shot at answering. It would have been about 1962 when Dad came home with an old and abused pedal-start motorbike, basically a bicycle with an engine attached. He gave it to us kids, along with access to his extensive toolbox (he was a mechanic by trade), and challenged us to get it running. I was the eldest, just barely into my teens, and with no manual,

  10. One Day in Milan pt1.
    From Sideblog 2.40am: Last Thursday morning leaving home for Luton Airport.4.20am: Parked up at Luton airport. My loaner Triumph's twin brother was there. It turned out to be Mark's from the Ace Cafe.6.40am: cheap flights are early flights.9.20am: bus straight from the airport to EICMA, the biggest and most important (to the industry), bike show in the world.10:20am. Everything I shot at EICMA will be on another post (at some point).20.50: That night, Riders magazine and our friends at Officine Mermaid had organised a huge party, open to anyone who wanted to

  11. Rollerburn Helmets
    From Sideblog Film buffs will notice from our Drogo filmed Rollerburn trailers, that we haven't gone for period correct Riddell American football helmets with chin bars, ear holes and pointed studs across the forehead. Our Rollerball inspired motorcycle helmets were hand-made by Davida. We wanted something that could be worn after the party is over, rather than just being a 'novelty item'. We went for their Speedster 90 which is a very similar snug shape to the 60s Buco, but the same paintjob could be applied on any of their other models.Alan

  12. Arlen Ness Hot Legs And Fork Boots For Harley Bagger Models
    From Cyril Huze Blog... They are part of the Arlen Ness DeepCut line, will clean up the front end appearance of all Harley FLT Baggers year 2000 and up. These hot legs feature tapered billet design with hidden axle. They feature a unique bolt-on caliper mounts that you can easily remove to convert... This is a content summary only. Click on headlines for full links, images, other content and more!

  13. Acting Impulsively
    From 40 on 2 I did it again.  With little thinking involved (and I'm usually much better about that) I stuck an ad on Craig's List for my 1600 Kawasaki two or three weeks ago.  I'd sorta kinda been thinking about moving the bike along since I wasn't really in love with it.  Nice bike, very nice, but something was lacking.  I put 2000 miles on it though.  So with too little cogitation involved I placed an ad

  14. 2011 Sturgis Rally. First Numbers.
    From Cyril Huze Blog... From Associated Press. 1- Traffic counts into and out of Sturgis by the State Department of Transportation were down nearly 12 percent through Thursday. Attendance at last year’s rally was estimated at 466,769, up from 442,163 in 2009. The 60th rally in 2000 drew the... This is a content summary only. Click on headlines for full links, images, other content and more!

  15. Studio Photography During 2011 Sturgis Rally
    From Cyril Huze Blog... For all of you professional photographers from the US and abroad participating to the 71Annual Black Hills Rally. Black Hills State University in Spearfish South Dakota has recently opened a 2000 square foot photography studio, which is available for rent. The studio can be... This is a content summary only. Click on headlines for full links, images, other content and more!

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