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  1. Stampede 2012
    From Ray's Motorcycle Diary - A motorcycle travelogue      The Stampede is a cross country race for choppers. The rules are simple: rigid frames or struts (no rear suspension), no windshields, no fairings, no hard saddlebags, no rubber mounted engines, no chase vehicles and this year a 550 cc displacement limit.     Here are some of the bikes of Stampede 8, in Tokeland, Washington.    Paul Corey, watch this guy.Best looking bike.He went out with his boots on.One of the main boys.The other Maine boy.Miyagi'sBeardo'sTank art, right?Tank art, left.Honda Magna V30 dressedUndressedVelardi Gonzales, best dressed!

  2. Miss Hell On Wheels and the Choppertown.net overhaul
    From Helmet Hair My buddy Zack from Choppertown told me the other day that they did a major overhaul on choppertown.net. Now loaded with motorcycle videos. Both small clips and full movie for rent starting at only a couple of bucks. Highly recommended to give it a look. I found this little clip they did from the photo [...]

  3. Ragehard Choppers To Manufacture Big Bear Choppers Motorcycles With The Help Of Kevin And Mona Alsop
    From Cyril Huze Blog... The Big Bear Choppers saga has a new episode with a new surprising business twist, thanks to Simon Scott owner of a company called Rage Hard Choppers. In his website  (Rage Hard Indonesia website is suddenly down as I upload this article?) Scott published the following... This is a content summary only. Click on headlines for full links, images, other content and more!

  4. Fast Motorcycle Industry News
    From Cyril Huze Blog... Donald Trump To Paul Teutul Senior. Disinherit Paul Jr. During an episode of “American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior” (Mondays. 9 p.m. Est on Discovery Channel) Donald Trump visited Orange County Choppers. After listening to Paul Senior list of grievances of how... This is a content summary only. Click on headlines for full links, images, other content and more!

  5. Dirt Quake Race Classes and Regulations
    From Sideblog We've had lots of interest already, so thanks for that. Below are most, if not all, of the details those thinking of racing need to know.Very few rules, very few regs, very little money to spend.Some sand racers have been in touch. We'd love to have them involved, but because they ride race bikes (even in the Mablethorpe road bike class) they need to be in the STUK novice class - not Inappropriate Road Bike. As for racing scooters. They need to be road legal to be an inappropriate road

  6. Dirt Quake Events Page
    From Sideblog Sideburn's Entertainments Officer, Dave Skooter Farm (below, at Friday's Stags show in Liverpool), has set up a Facebook events page for Dirt Quake. Find it at Dirt Quake Events Page.We'll update everything here and there.The picture above is some of Finland's chopper racers. We're looking for a bit of this spirit at Rollerburn, so get your entries in. Just £15 to enter the chopper, inappropriate road bike or street tracker classes. Limited spaces, even fewer regulations and Sideburn goodie bags for all that race in these special classes. G

  7. Dirt Quake
    From Sideblog Dirt Quake is our next big event. An evening of dirt track mayhem, Saturday 19 May, Coventry Speedway Stadium. The ingredients:Full UK dirt track Grand National Championship racingVintage speedway racing and displayStunt ridersVendorsLive bandRoad bike run what you brung dirt trackDJBarsGreat venueand...the UK's first CHOPPER DIRT TRACK RACEPlus more to be confirmed soon including, we hope, famous name guest racers.How to get involved.1. Spectate. Adults £10, under-16s free, over-65s £6. Racing is on from noon, but the main event starts at 4.30.2. Book a vendor stall. From just £30 plus

  8. Thug Cycles New Chopper
    From Cyril Huze Blog... Although Thug Custom Cycles’ maestro Tom Keller calls his latest creation a Bobber, I will continue to call it a Chopper. Semantic aside, this new 23″ front wheel creation can be categorized as “new school” which is today’s definition of what... This is a content summary only. Click on headlines for full links, images, other content and more!

  9. How to put pictures of your motorcycle to good use
    From Helmet Hair Did you build or customize your own motorcycle? Then you got to show it off at the 3rd annual Chopper Town Nation Backyard Bike Build Contest. There is three different categories Chopper, Bobber and Cafe. Som pretty cool bike have already been posted. I advise you to go check it out. Deadline for submitting your [...]

  10. As of right now, Harley-Davidson is doing everything right
    From The Superbike Blog Here at the Superbike Blog, I've been writing quite a bit lately about Harley-Davidson and its seemingly very successful attempts to reinvent itself in the face of a changing American motorcycle demographic. It has repeatedly gone roughly against the grain with the older, mostly baby boomer traditionalists who've been its lifeblood in years past to produce stripped down, retro-modern interpretations of its classic styles which appeal strongly to a new generation of riders, most of whom grew up in the direct influence of metric cruisers and sportbikes.Over the past few

  11. New Harley-Davidson Sportster Seventy-Two
    From Cyril Huze Blog... The Harley-Davidson® Seventy-Two? is a New Narrow Sportster in Sparkling Metal Flake Paint. A Sportster® on a trip back to the days when the cool kids rode a Sting-Ray and the big boys parked choppers in a row on the curb. Those motorcycles were long and lean; candy-apple... This is a content summary only. Click on headlines for full links, images, other content and more!

  12. Photos in Helsinki
    From Sideblog We like Finns.Photo Harvest exhibition is a show gathered by 11 photographers to showcase lastsummers trips. Photos from all over Finland and from all sorts of situations.There's also seven choppers from seven really different builders in the area to show how its done in Finland these days. Bikes are listed above. address: GALLERIA , Pursimiehenkatu 26 c, Helsinki 15Opening is on Friday 3. of FEBRUARY 19.00 and the showroom is open for the whole weekend.So if you're here for the motorcycle fair that weekend here's an good alternative for

  13. DVD Review: EDR ? A Mexican Motorcycle Adventure
    From Helmet Hair On the back of the DVD box it says “Ever wonder what happens when a few hundred bike riders with an insatiable taste for fire, beer and mayhem ride hand-built choppers across twisty, pitted tarmac from SoCal to Baja and back?”. That’s a pretty accurate description. This is definitely not a DVD that will score [...]

  14. Update About The Rolling Thunder 25th Anniversary Custom Build
    From Cyril Huze Blog... Yesterday Monday January 30, 2012, Billy Lane received a pile of parts for the Rolling Thunder 25th Anniversary commemorative build.  Steve Broyles of The Horse Backstreet Choppers Magazine had his first meeting with Billy to go over what else is needed for the build of a... This is a content summary only. Click on headlines for full links, images, other content and more!

  15. Low Key
    From Sideblog We don't organise this, but we go along. The scene in the UK is too small to ignore this, but standing around a car park in North London in February isn't particularly appealing. I don't know how we got stuck with February. The Raleigh Chopper and Manta GTE club must have got all the good dates. Why am I being down on it? Because it is what it is. But when we make a fuss about something you can be sure it's special. G

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