A few photos from X Games 2018 Flat Track...Enjoy! [gallery type="slideshow" link="file" ids="4847,4846,4845,4844,4843,4842,4841,4840,4839,4838,4837,4836,4835,4834,4833,4832,4831,4830,4829,4828,4827,4826,4825,4824,4823,4822,4821,4820,4819,4818,4817,4816,4815,4814,4850" orderby="rand"] Ride or Die! [caption id="attachment_283" align="alignleft" width="128"] The V-Twin Blogger[/caption]
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Another IMS Minneapolis is in the books, it was a little early this year because Minneapolis is hosting the Superbowl and the IMS is usually on Superbowl weekend. This seemed to result in smaller crowds and fewer vendors but still a great show with tons of new and vintage bikes. Hope you enjoy the photo gallery. [gallery type="rectangular" link="file" ids="3911,3910,3908,3907,3906,3905,3904,3903,3902,3901,3900,3899,3898,3897,3896,3895,3894,3893,3892,3891" orderby="rand"] Ride or die! [caption id="attachment_283" align="alignleft" width="128"] The V-Twin Blogger[/caption]
I recently had the opportunity to attend an event in Minneapolis called Motosota. The event had more of an old-school motorcycle event feel to it where it was a bunch of riders hanging out. The event had the 3 B's beer, bikes, and bands, which is a great way to host an event but what made this one really standout was the uniqueness of the 3 B's. The Beer was at a
Largest-Ever Product Development Project Launches Harley-Davidson into its 115th Anniversary Year MILWAUKEE (Aug. 22, 2017) – To celebrate Harley-Davidson’s 115th Anniversary year, the Motor Company is launching a custom revolution: Eight all-new Softail® models that merge the hard-riding performance of the Dyna® line with the unparalleled custom look of the Softail line. [gallery link="file" columns="4" type="rectangular" ids="3638,3637,3636,3635,3634,3633,3632,3631,3630,3629,3628,3627,3626,3625,3624,3623,3622,3621,3620,3619,3618,3617,3616,3615,3614,3613,3612,3611,3610,3609,3608,3607,3606,3605,3604,3603,3602,3601,3600,3599,3598,3597,3596,3595,3594,3593,3592,3591,3590,3589,3588,3587,3586,3585,3584,3583,3582,3581,3580,3579,3578,3577" orderby="rand"] Designed under the largest product development project in company history,
Folks another Sturgis is in the books, the 77th rally was a blast. The numbers seemed to be up based on the crowds I saw and the early counts are sitting at around 376,000 for 2017 vs. 360,000 for 2016. The vendors I talked to all said that more people were spending money this year as compared to last year so I think that equals a pretty solid up tick.
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Thursday night at the Mall of America it was Sammy Halbert who was able to fend off the heat to take his first ever gold in the Harley Davidson Flat Track Final. The outspoken 29-year-old from Washington state snuck into the lead early and kept it clean and smart throughout the race fending off last years champ Jared Mees. Fellow Washingtonian Brad Baker took third. Finals Video Photo