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KLIPHANGER HANDLEBARS: THE ULTIMATE IN RIDER COMFORT AND ADJUSTABILITY

(Mitchell, SD) February 8, 2016 –  Fitments available for Harley, Victory, and Indian motorcycles. The company that brought you improved performance and style with its patented Flare™ Windshields has finalized a product line that offers another way to improve your ride, and riding position! Klock Werks is proud to introduce their KlipHanger Handlebars, the ultimate in rider comfort and adjustability.  At the end of a long ride, you shouldn’t be…

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5 Valentines Day gift Ideas for the Biker in your Life

1. Wizards Cool Kit for Motorcycles Kit contains:  22 oz. spray bottle of Mist-N-Shine  22 oz. spray bottle of Bug Release  22 oz. spray bottle of Bike Wash Bike Cleaner  8 oz. bottle of Shine Master polish  8 oz. saddlebag size Mist-N-Shine  Multi-fiber cloth  All cleaners are packed into a soft-sided cooler  Includes a free kickstand pad and insulating can coozey 2. GoPro HERO4 SILVER Features: Built-In Touch Display: Frame your shots….

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CVO PRO STREET BREAKOUT DELIVERS AMERICAN MUSCLE AND EMERGENT STYLE

Exclusive Performance Cruiser Detailed with New Dark Finishes MILWAUKEE (January 27, 2016) – Harley-Davidson® Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO)™ re-writes the factory-custom style book with the introduction of the 2016 CVO™ Pro Street Breakout® motorcycle, a limited-production model that introduces a new, darker look utilizing cutting-edge finishes and textures applied with an obsessive eye to design and detail. Steeped in drag-racing attitude, the CVO Pro Street combines high-intensity performance with a long,…

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Photos from The International Motorcycle Show in Minneapolis:

Victory Combustion Concert By Zach Ness Victory Ignition Concept by Ursbacher Victory Project 156 Concept by Roland Sand Designs   Victory Booth   Harley-Davidson Booth  Jack Daniel’s-branded 2016 Indian® Chief® Vintage  Jack Daniel’s-branded 2016 Indian® Chief® Vintage Custom Double V-Twin by John Markwald Big Purp by Dell Battle Victory Impulse TT 72 Style Sporty by Dell Battle Black Hills Beast by Doug Siddens and Nick Jaquez   Ride or Die,…

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The Biker Code

This past fall I was in the truck on my way home from running some errands when I saw a fellow biker stranded off the exit ramp near my home. Instinctively I pulled over to ask him if he was okay and he told me he had run out of gas. I told him I only live a few blocks away, and I had a fuel bottle in my garage…

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Indian Motorcycle and Jack-Daniel’s® partner on iconic colletor’s-edition Jack-Daniel’s branded Indian Chief Vintage

Two legendary American brands join forces in handcrafting collectible masterpiece unveiled at Barrett-Jackson auction for the benefit of U.S. Military personnel and their families SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (January 27, 2016) — Indian Motorcycle®, America’s first motorcycle company, today announced it has joined forces with the Jack Daniel Distillery to create a limited-run, collector’s-edition Jack Daniel’s-branded 2016 Indian® Chief® Vintage motorcycle. The partnership brings together two of America’s most iconic brands who…

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Why we love motorcycles

Embed from Getty Images Every year one of my non-riding family members or friends will ask me “why do I ride a motorcycle” that question is usually followed by “aren’t they dangerous”? I usually smile at them, shake my head, and proceed to explain to them why. Sometimes the reasons vary based on the person who’s asked the question, other times it’s based on how long it’s been since I…

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My 3 Favorite Motorcycle Myths

My helmet is 5 years old it’s still good: According the Snell memorial foundation you should replace your helmet every five years. The five-year replacement recommendation is based on a consensus by both helmet manufacturers and the Snell Foundation. Glues, resins and other materials used in helmet production can affect liner materials. Hair oils, body fluids and cosmetics, as well as normal “wear and tear” all contribute to helmet degradation….

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