1 ¼” Ape Hanger Handlebars In Different Heights For 15-17 Harley Road Glide Models

Hang loose with these fat 1 ¼” Ape Hanger Handlebars designed specifically as a direct bolt-on upgrade for 15-17 Road Glide models. They include new black control clamps to replace the oversized OEM clamp, while making use of the stock pin from the OEM clamps.

Knurled for extra grip in the riser area, these bars have more than 35° of adjustment to help you find that perfect fit. Bars are drilled for internal wiring and work with stock controls. Available in gloss black or chrome finish, these handlebars come in heights of 10”, 12”, 14”, 16” or 18”. Made in the USA for 15-17 FLTRX and FLTRU models, the suggested retail price is $189.95. More info at 1 1/4″ Ape Hanger Handlebars or or contact your local Drag Specialties Dealer.

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Success is failure turned inside out. If you’re afraid to fail, you’ll never succeed.

Dorothy Herman, CEO of Douglas Elliman

Robbie Knievel Next Jump Slated Nov. 11 in Florida

Daredevil Edward “Robbie” Knievel, son of late stunt performer Even Knievel, will attempt his next jump in Palm Bay, Florida, November 11, 2017. It is reported that he will try to jump over a line of Harley-Davidson motorcycles at a length of about 30 cars… Robbie Knievel successfully jumped 30 golf carts in Palm Springs, California, on Oct. 24, 2015. Knievel, 55, says the Palm Bay event will be the longest jump he’s completed. The event is being organized in collaboration with Space Coast Harley-Davidson.

The event will help raise money for Operation 300, adventure camp for children who have lost a parent serving in the military, and K9s For Warriors, a non-profit that provides canines to service members living with post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injuries or are the survivors of trauma post 9-11. Space Coast Harley-Davidson, 1440 Sportsman Lane NE, Palm Bay 32905, Tel 321-259-1311.

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Harley-Davidson And Its Compliance With The EPA Clean Air Act

The US Justice Department is expected to drop $3 million Harley-Davidson emissions penalty. The U.S. Justice Department is expected to announce this week it is dropping a requirement that Harley-Davidson Inc spend $3 million to reduce air pollution as part of a settlement the Obama administration announced in August, sources briefed on the matter said.

Last year, the Milwaukee-based motorcycle maker agreed to pay a $12 million civil fine and stop selling illegal after-market devices that cause its vehicles to emit too much pollution as part of a federal court consent decree. It also agreed to spend about $3 million and enter into an agreement with the American Lung Association of the Northeast to retrofit or replace wood-burning appliances with cleaner stoves. The settlement resolved allegations that Harley sold roughly 340,000 “super tuners” enabling motorcycles since 2008 to pollute the air at levels greater than what the company certified. Harley did not admit liability, and said previously it disagreed with the government, arguing that the tuners were designed and sold to be used in “competition only.”

Polaris Industries Second Quarter 2017 Results. Indian Motorcycle Retail Sales Increased 17% For Quarter.

Overall Polaris Industries sales for the second quarter of 2017 increased 21% to $1,364.9 million. Second quarter 2017 reported net income was $0.97 per diluted share; adjusted net income for the same period was $1.16 per diluted share, slightly ahead of expectations

Polaris North American ORV unit retail sales were down low-single digits percent, a sequential improvement from the first quarter, with increasing side-by-side retail sales somewhat offsetting lower ATV retail sales. Indian Motorcycle® continued to deliver strong retail sales increasing 17% for the quarter. Polaris raising full year sales guidance and narrowing its earnings per share outlook. Adjusted sales for the full year 2017 expected in the range of up 12% to 14%.

“Performance improved in many parts of our business during the quarter, particularly within our international and PG&A businesses. The powersports industry remained very competitive and headwinds persist, but we were encouraged by the return to growth in our Side-by-Side business and continued strength and aggressive share gains for Indian Motorcycles. In a weak motorcycle industry, Indian continues to demonstrate how a complementary combination of exciting new bikes, strong dealer execution and overall brand momentum can prevail. Dealer engagement is a corporate priority and from profitability to delivery and communications, the consistent progress we are making is augmenting our retail results. We still have a lot of work to do, but we are seeing results from the strong and sustainable improvements we are making to the fundamentals of our business, as we establish the foundation of a renewed growth platform,” commented Scott Wine, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Polaris Industries.

Wine continued, “The fruits of this labor will be on display next week, when we unveil our exciting new model year ORVs and Motorcycles. These vehicles will demonstrate our capability to deliver the innovation and quality expected from the leader in Powersports, as well as improved results and enhanced shareholder value.” Continue reading ‘Polaris Industries Second Quarter 2017 Results. Indian Motorcycle Retail Sales Increased 17% For Quarter.’

Joke Of The Week

The Zipper…

In a crowded city, at a busy bus stop, a woman who was waiting for a bus was wearing a tight leather skirt. As the bus stopped and it was her turn to get on, she became aware that her skirt was too tight to allow her leg to come up to the height of the first step of the bus. Slightly embarrassed and with a quick smile to the bus driver, she reached behind her to unzip her skirt a little, thinking that this would give her enough slack to raise her leg.

Again, she tried to make the step only to discover she still couldn’t. So, a little more embarrassed, she once again reached behind her to unzip her skirt a little more. For the second time, attempted the step, and, once again, much to her chagrin, she could not raise her leg. With little smile to the driver, she again reached behind to unzip a little more and again was unable to
make the step. Continue reading ‘Joke Of The Week’

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Burt Munro’s Great Nephew Lee Munro Reached 186.681 MPH On A 2017 Custom Indian Scout. A New Speed Record In The MPS-G Class.

Fifty years after Burt Munro set a land speed record at the Bonneville Salt Flats, his great-nephew Lee Munro has set at the El Mirage Speed Trials in Southern California.a new speed record on a customized Polaris Indian Scout.

The speed was 186.681 mph (300.4 km/h) with a v-twin 1350 Scout engine for a new record in the MPS-G class.(MPS-G class means modified partial streaming and G for gas/petrol engine.)

Lee Munro is in the US speed racing “The Spirit Of Munro”, a highly-tuned Indian Scout in preparation for the August (weather permitting) Bpnneville Speed Week in Utah. 2017 is the 50th anniversary of Burt Munro’s iconic land speed record on a self-modified 1920 Indian Scout. Lee’s run in Bonneville will honor Burt’s storied legacy in the world of motorcycling.

New Luggage Rack And Rear Bumper For Harley-Davidson Freewheeler Trike

The rack mounts directly to the trike’s trunk lid. the same way and location as the H-D version, thus requiring four holes to be drilled into the trunk using the designated OEM mounting locations. The chrome plated rack has an upward bend at the rear to help secure items being bungeed or lashed onto it. The bumper is a simple bolt-on upgrade. It uses laser cut brackets, for precision fit and finish. The bumper’s graceful bend follows the trike’s lower trunk curve for and OEM look and fit. The bumper itself is chrome plated, while the lower mounting brackets are powder coated black. Cobra Engineering

US Arch Motorcycles And Swiss Suter Form Distribution Partnership

Arch Motorcycles, the motorcycle company founded by Hollywood actor Keanu Reeves and Gard Hollinger, has partnered with Swiss bike specialist Suter. The partnership will see Suter become available in North America for the first time with Arch Motorcycles forming Suter North America to import the European machines and sell them in the US. That means Americans will soon be able to buy the The Suter MMX 500 is a top pedigree track motorcycles, powered by a two-stroke 500cc V4 engine.

All of the Suter’s bodywork is made of carbon fiber for a total weight of only lbs (127kg). The ballistic two-stroke motor churns out a whopping 195bhp. Suter built just 99 of the exclusive bikes, which are available for 128,000 Swiss Franc or $132,174 US dollars.

Over 200 parts of the ARCH KRGT-1 are manufactured by in Los Angeles and every single example that rolls off the production is personalized to suit its owner, with two different riding positions available and an exclusive unique color scheme. The KRGT is priced from US $78,000.

Harley-Davidson Q2 Sales Down 9.3% In US, 6.7% Worldwide. Profit Down. Cutting Again 2017 Shipping To Dealers Forecast.

This morning Tuesday July 18, Harley-Davidson, Inc. (HOG) announced that during 2nd quarter worldwide retail motorcycle sales were down 6.7 percent. Retail motorcycle sales in the U.S. were down 9.3 percent. Harley-Davidson’s international retail sales decreased 2.3 percent.

New retail motorcycle sales in the U.S. were down primarily driven by weak industry conditions. New retail sales internationally were also down but generally in-line with company expectations for the second quarter of 2017.

In a conference call with analysts, CEO Matt Levatich said workforce cutbacks would be announced today. No further details were immediately available.

Harley-Davidson is lowering full-year 2017 shipment and margin guidance, citing the U.S. industry challenges in the second quarter and the importance of the supply and demand balance for its premium brand. In the second quarter, profit declined, but topped market estimates, while revenues missed their view. In pre-market activity on the NYSE, Harley-Davidson shares were losing 6.5 percent to $48.62, then 11 percent at 10 am US EST.

Harley said its U.S. market share for the quarter was 48.5% in the heavyweight motorcycle category.

Harley-Davidson now expects to ship 241,000 to 246,000 motorcycles to dealers worldwide in 2017, which is down approximately 6 percent to 8 percent from 2016. The company had previously provided full-year shipment guidance of flat to down modestly in comparison to 2016. In the third quarter, the company expects to ship 39,000 to 44,000 motorcycles, which is down approximately 10 percent to 20 percent from 2016.

The company now expects full-year 2017 operating margin to be down approximately 1 percentage point compared to 2016. The company continues to expect 2017 capital expenditures to be $200 million to $220 million.

In its second quarter, Harley-Davidson’s net income was $258.9 million, down from last year’s $280.4 million. Earnings per share decreased 4.5 percent to $1.48 from $1.55 last year. Consolidated revenue was $1.77 billion, lower than $1.86 billion for the same period in 2016. Motorcycles and related products revenue declined to $1.58 billion from $1.67 billion a year ago largely due to lower motorcycle shipments.

New Indian Motorcycle Apparel

Women’s Black Icon Shirt by Indian Motorcycle®. In a black stretch cotton (98% cotton, 2% spandex), this shirt is a wardrobe staple for any Indian Motorcycle® fan. Warranty 1 Year From Date of Purchase. Sizing Chart XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL. $59.99 USD.

Men’s Black Sneaker by Indian Motorcycle®. A sneaker made to ride in premium cow leather with antique silver eyelets and pinstripes. It has a Vibram® sole to provide grip and abrasion resistance and features a gusset tongue to prevent sand or rain. This new product is in production and will be available for purchase soon. You can reserve HERE your US size (from 7 to 13) HERE $129.99 USD

James “Jim” Gregory Red Cloud. 1955-2017.

“Jim” Gregory Red Cloud passed away at his home in Hot Springs, South Dakota. He became a Tribal attorney at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation with for objective to to help improve conditions there.

He was a controversial entrepreneur and founder of the Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge, a long-distance motorcycle ride severely criticized by myself and most of you in this website.

He is survived by his wife of 34 years, Elizabeth Moyer-Durham; daughter, Crystal (Jerry) Carter and granddaughter, Peyton Everitt; sister, Jana Durham; and brothers, John and Joseph Durham.

The BMW R NineT Customized Japanese Style

Did you noticed? During the last decade more and more major motorcycle manufacturers all over the world have chosen reputable custom builders to reinvent some of their factory models. Objective is always to expand the brand awareness by using builders belonging to the same generation and lifestyle than the potential clients. In this scenario, for the benefit of providing a brand new motorcycle and often some expert technical assistance to the builder, the motorcycle manufacturer is in the position to request a result much more than visually very attractive, a machine still functioning at least as good as it was imagined by its engineers. As a matter of fact, this feature is a good illustration of “how art challenges motorcycle technology while the same technology inspires the art of motorcycling.”

Launched by BMW Motorrad in 2014, the BMW R NineT got a well deserved reputation for being a very nice riding retro styled roadster moderately priced and offering clients a relative easy blank canvas for customization. Mixing German technology with Japanese aesthetics can produce great results. And BMW Motorrad Japan knows well having already collaborated with some of the best Japanese customizers: Shiro Nakajima, Brat Style, Hidemo, Cherry’s Company, Ken’s Factory and Hot Dock.

In September 2016, BMW Motorrad decided that Kengo Kimura from Heiwa Motorcycles in Hiroshima would be the next one to be challenged at creating a very inspiring custom for its legacy clientele. Working for the 1st time for a manufacturer and on a BMW caused Kimura a few weeks of panic until he became familiar with the R nineT by riding it daily in town to his shop also doing some touring. “It turns out that it is much easier to handle than it appears. The engine has a rather flat torque, making it easy to handle, and surprisingly light. Controls are light, and it is simply easy to ride. I have no problem keeping up with friends who ride four cylinder Japanese bikes when touring.”

“The presence of the horizontally opposed two cylinder engine was significant compared to the many two cylinder engines and single cylinder engines on older model British made bikes and Japanese bikes that we had worked on. At first I remember that something felt off about the strong presence of the engine, but after riding the R nineT Scrambler many times, that feeling turned into realizing it was one of the best points.”

Builder Kengo Kimura explains that his focus was on normal everyday street riding, but was careful not to fall in the trap of “as much custom as possible” at the expense of handling and performance. “ What I wanted to express with the R nineT Scrambler was not that this was a completely unique bike, but to create a bike with possibilities, one that new customers would want to ride, and maybe base their bike on with a few modifications. That’s why although we remade the frame from scratch, we didn’t venture into the same area as we did for show bikes. However, we did change two thirds of the rear frame.” Continue reading ‘The BMW R NineT Customized Japanese Style’

Don’t Miss The Race Of The Gentlemen Exhibition

On May 31st I recommended “The Race Of The Gentlemen” (TROG) exhibition at the Harley-Davidson Museum. This Race is inspired by those that were run around World War II and is now resurrected since 2012 on the New Jersey Shores. Motorcycle and car drivers follow strict regulations regarding their vehicles historically accurate mechanical and aesthetics features

Photographer Cory Piehowicz captured these 2 superb images of the event.  If you can, visit the exhibition until Sept. 4 and also admire about a dozen motorcycles and hot-rods specifically restored to race in this event.

New Performance Machine Brake And Shift Apex Levers

Performance Machine has just released a matching line of brake and shift levers to accompany its ever growing Apex Accessory Design Family.

Designed to complement PM floorboards, the Apex levers feature classic, lightweight styling without forgoing comfort. Machined from billet aluminum, the new Apex levers are available in chrome and Contrast Cut finishes.

·  CNC-Machined from billet aluminum
·  Fits 1997 & Up FLH/T and 1987 & Up FLST applications
·  Available in Chrome and Contrast Cut finishes
·  Made in USA.

Listed Retail Pricing. Apex Brake Lever 179.95, Apex Toe Shift Lever $129.95, Apex Toe/Heel Shift Levers $199.95. At Performance Machine.

Breaking News. Indian Motorcycle 2018 Scout Bobber. Blacked Out. 100 HP. Knobby Tires. Two-Tone Leather Seat.

The Indian Motorcycle’s Industrial Design team has taken the Scout model even further forward, developing a production Bobber that can be bought direct from an Indian dealer. The 3rd and newest member of the Scout family pays homage to the mean, stripped-down builds of America’s post-war past. The Scout Bobber is a minimalist approach to aggressive street style. The emphasis is on the dark side, including blacked-out wheels and exhaust pipes but the Scout Bobber will come in five colors.

Main features include:

– Drop down bar-end mirrors
– Slotted exhaust.
– Rear LED lights have integrated stop, turn and tail signals fir visual simplification.
– New Bobber leather seat adding to the aggressive look.
– Stripped-down and blacked-out, the Scout Bobber is a minimalist approach to aggressive street style.
– Cartridge fork front suspension for a smooth, controlled ride that connects the rider with the road.
– A 100 horsepower liquid-cooled V-Twin makes the Scout Bobber quick off the line.


– Slammed rear end and low-slung profile to deliver unfiltered feedback from every inch of blacktop.
– An aggressive rider position pays homage to the mean, stripped-down builds of America’s post-war past.
– Bobber-style chopped fenders and side-mounted license plate.
– Tracker handlebars and foot pegs have been moved closer to the rider, resulting in a more aggressive riding position,
– An all-new Indian tank badge with bold block letters.

The 3rd model of the Indian Scout line-up will be available at US dealerships in September and before year end 2017 in the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, Africa.) The new Scout Bobber will have a US retail price starting at $11,499, about $2500 less than the Harley Street Bob. It is my point of view that among the 18 to 35 yo Millennials who have now surpassed Baby Boomers in numbers to become the largest generation pool in the US may fall in love with this type of “Bobber Riding.” It’s exactly the opposite of the cumbersome, over–accessorized, over-chromed, over-painted touring bikes of their parents…Specs after the jump. Continue reading ‘Breaking News. Indian Motorcycle 2018 Scout Bobber. Blacked Out. 100 HP. Knobby Tires. Two-Tone Leather Seat.’

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“If you don’t stand for something, you will fall for anything”

Clayton W Fountain

Harley Milwaukee-Eight® Riders. Cover These Spark Plugs.

These Kuryakyn Spark Plug Covers  fill the visible gap on the cylinder heads for a completely finned appearance.

The investment-cast aluminum covers with wrinkle black finish and machined outer edges match the upper heads and help prevent road grime from collecting around the base of the plugs.

Hassle-free secure installation (or removal for required maintenance is accomplished in moments utilizing a single Allen wrench.

Fits all ’17 Harley-Davidson® Electra Glides®, Road Glides®, Road Kings®, Street Glides® and Trikes.

Kuryakyn Finned Spark Plug Covers. P/N 7186 MSRP: $89.99.

New Buffalo Chip Sturgis Rider® Superstore Offers One Stop For Moto Retail And Mechanical Services

For years the Buffalo Chip CrossRoads has offered you the opportunity to explore acres of paved vendor shopping, pick up premium parts and accessories and get your bike wrenched. And now you’ll find all these services together with some brand new services under one roof Friday, Aug. 4 through Saturday, Aug. 12. You’ll find everything you need to get out on the road in style at the all-new Sturgis Rider Superstore at the free access Buffalo Chip CrossRoads during the Sturgis rally!

With free bike parking, quick in and out service, and easy access to entertainment, shopping, restrooms, food and beverage and the brand new Buffalo Chip Stop & Fuel self-service gas station, there’s no good reason not to stop at the Sturgis Rider Superstore.
Tire Changes & Free Indian Motorcycle Loaners. Worried about being stuck without a ride during your Sturgis rally vacation? Don’t be! While your bike is getting outfitted with a new set of Metzeler tires, you can get a free Indian Motorcycle loaner to ride!

Retail Center. You’ll find the premium brands you now and trust shopping the Just Cuz Chrome Retail Center including parts and accessories from Kuryakyn, Spectro Oils and Metzeler Tires.

Dyno Testing. Visit Harmonius Dyno Center for fuel injection tuning, dyno runs and check engine light diagnostics.

Oil Changes and Wrenching. Get a your oil changed with premium Spectro Oils or have any Kuryakyn product installed on your bike, and you’ll get a free Indian Motorcycle loaner to ride while the work’s being done.

Audio Installation and Repair. Upgrade your ride by swapping out your worn-out or under-performing stereo components with top-of-the-line products from Extreme Audio,

Bike Wash. When the work’s all done, don’t forget to visit the Miss Buffalo Chip Bike Wash to get your chrome polished with superior detailing products from Hunter Detail before heading out on the road. Those interested can get more information about the Sturgis Rider Superstore at Buffalo Chip Super Store.

Flashback. 1940 Crocker Big Tank.

Because of their quality and rarity (nobody knows for sure how many V-Twin Crocker were produced, about 100 units with 65 still in existence), they are some of the most expensive motorcycles ($276,500+) you can buy. Original buyers had to chose the engine displacement, from 80” to 91” or 1491 cc. Owner Albert Crocker ended motorcycle manufacturing in 1942 when his company received a a contract with Douglas Aircraft to make aircraft parts for the US army during WWII, a business that he realized was much more profitable than building motorcycles. (photo @ Doug Mitchel  630.605.6276)

Motorcycle Accident: Everything You Need to Know About Filing a Claim

By John Sherman

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) states that 88,000 motorcyclists were injured in 2015. Since motorcycles do not have the enclosed protection that cars have, personal injuries and fatalities are unfortunately common. Should a motorcycle accident occur, knowing how to protect yourself is essential. But even if you have not been in an accident, it can be helpful to understand the laws and insurance guidelines as they apply in your state.

What to Do If You Have Just Been in a Motorcycle Accident

1. Call the police
First, you should call 911 or the police directly. The police will gather the necessary information to file a report, which will be required to file an insurance claim. This report can also be helpful in court if you are moving forward with a personal injury lawsuit.

2. Seek medical treatment
Even if your injuries are minor, you should still seek medical treatment. You may have sustained internal injuries or a concussion that is not immediately apparent. Also, when you are evaluated by a medical professional, your injuries will be documented. This documentation can be valuable evidence for any litigation.

3. Do not admit fault
Assigning fault in an accident will differ based on the state where you live. Regardless of your location, you should stay neutral at the scene and never admit fault. This is not to say that you should not be truthful, but you also do not want to jeopardize your case by admitting blame.

4. Document everything
This includes:

ï Recording the contact and insurance information of the other driver
ï Taking pictures of the motorcycle, surroundings and landmarks
ï Making note of any witnesses, their names and contact info

The more information you provide the insurance company and your lawyer, the better.

5. Report the accident to your insurance company

Let your insurance provider know you were in an accident as soon as you can. Be prepared for them to ask you for information related to the accident so they can begin the claims process. Remember not to admit blame, but be truthful to the insurance company. If they find that you misled them, they could potentially deny your claim.

6. Avoid talking with representatives from other drivers’ insurance
It is not uncommon for representatives from the insurance companies for the other drivers to try to contact you to ask questions. They are skilled in what they do, especially when it comes to asking questions in a way that may benefit their company. It is advised that you do not have contact with these representatives until you have discussed the matter with your attorney. Continue reading ‘Motorcycle Accident: Everything You Need to Know About Filing a Claim’

S&S Grand National. New 4” Slip-Ons For 1995-2017 Touring Models. Only $499 Per Pair.

S&S Cycle continues to grow their exhaust system offerings with the slogan “More Power, Less Cash”.

Instilled with the same passion for performance as the S&S sponsored race efforts, the Grand National Slip On features a high flow baffle, removable dB reducer and aluminum end cap.

The new Grand National Slip-ons are designed to sound great and make real power for your Harley Bagger. The 4″ diameter muffler is capped with a race style aluminum tip and packed with their proprietary tunable baffle system. S&S is one of the few on the market to include a secondary stainless steel baffle (db Reducer) allowing riders to tune for sound and performance.

The Grand National slip on is made in the USA, 50 state legal on most touring models and starts at only $499.95 for chrome.

Fitment
• 1995-2016 Harley-Davidson® touring models with non-catalyst mufflers (except 2010 Road Glide® and Street Glide®)
• 2009-’17 Tri Glide® models with non-catalyst mufflers
• 2017 FLH Touring Models
Features & Benefits
• Show quality chrome or black ceramic finish
• Race inspired Grand National end cap, or all-steel slash-cut end
• High fl owing perforated baffle design with removable dB reducer
• Bolts directly to stock header pipes or S&S Power Tune duals
• Aggressive sound and excellent horsepower
• Made in the USA.
• 50-state legal

For more info, go to S&S Grand National Mufflers

Carey Hart Gets Tattooed With Ink Made With Carbon From His Own Indian Motorcycle. You Can Too.

Motorcycles are in your blood. In Carey Hart’s too. A third-generation motocross rider, in 2003, he was the first man to land a back flip on a motorcycle and now is either building or riding bikes or donating his time to a multitude of worthy charities. The bond between Carey and riding has never been stronger. Now, he and Indian Motorcycle have made that connection literal, and everlasting. To prove it in grand fashion, self-described rebel Carey Hart used a unique ink to permanently inscribe his son’s name Jameson on his neck.

Indian Motorcycle Ink is composed of carbon ash collected from Hart’s lIndian Super Hooligan motorcycle on May 22nd, 2017 outside of Los Angeles, California and used it as pigment in sterile and safe tattoo ink to mark him forever. How is this safe? The answer came from Carey’s longtime tattoo artist, Franco Vescovi, co-founder of Nocturnal Ink. Franco brings decades of top-quality ink manufacturing experience to the table, ensuring the tattoo process is sterile and safe. The carbon simply acts as a pigment carried by the alcohol suspension. In fact, many black inks on the market use carbon as pigment.this one just happens to come from a smoldering motorcycle tire and a smoking tailpipe…

As a result, Carey is now the first first known person tattooed with ink made with carbon from his own motorcycle. The Indian Motorcycle Ink will be used exclusively at Vescovi’s Vatican Studios in Lake Forest, CA and at four Hart & Huntington Tattoo shops in Las Vegas, Orlando, Niagara Falls and Nashville beginning July 11th until they run out, and the ink is gone forever.

(Director/DP: Leo Zuckerman, Producer: Andrea Sheffield, Assistant Camera: Kenneth Merrill, Gaffer/Grip: Levi Williams. Production Assistant: Lisa French, Sound Recordist: Kevin Santiago)

 

Joke Of The Week

I was a very happy man. My wonderful girlfriend and I had been dating for over a year. So we decided to get married.

There was only one little thing bothering me.

It was her beautiful younger sister, Sofia.

My prospective sister-in-law was twenty-two, wore very tight mini skirts, and generally was bra-less.

She would regularly bend down when she was near me. I always got more than a nice view.

It had to be deliberate. She never did it around anyone else.

One day she called and asked me to come over. ‘To check my Sister’s wedding- invitations’ she said.

She was alone when I arrived. She whispered to me that she had feelings and desires for me. She couldn’t overcome them anymore.

She told me that she wanted me just once before I got married. She said “Before you commit your life to my sister”.

Well, I was in total shock, and I couldn’t say a word. She said, “I’m going upstairs to my bedroom” she said, “if you want one last wild fling, just come up and have me”.

I was stunned and frozen in shock as I watched her go up the stairs. Continue reading ‘Joke Of The Week’

1″ Vintage Handlebar Control Kit For Your Retro Custom Motorcycle Project

For 1″ motorcycle handlebars, this set of chrome Slim-line master cylinder and clutch works with Harley “ring” type clutch cable found on Evo Sportsters and other models.

Also includes an end for a barrel style clutch cable. 9/16″ bore for most single caliper/disc applications. United States.

At TC Brothers.

Next Sturgis Stop. Buffalo Chip Gas Station.

If you ride in and around Sturgis during the rally, you know that it may not be easy to quickly fuel up your motorcycle when you are close to downtown. In an overall effort to educate motorcyclists on ethanol, the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) has donated a permanent fueling station to the Buffalo Chip Campground. This year riders (and drivers) traveling around Sturgis, will have the ability to fuel 24 hours a day at the Chip with 93 octane, 10% ethanol.

“Every motorcycle manufacturer that sells product in the United States endorses the use of up to 10% ethanol, and we know this will be a great addition to the area during the annual rally, and the rest of the year.” says Robert White, RFA vice president of Industry Relations. “Motorcycle owners are typically looking for high octane, and ethanol helps provide that,” “The Buffalo Chip is the only location in the area that offers 93 octane. The 93 is achieved by adding 10% ethanol to standard 91 octane premium, and thanks to the cost savings of ethanol, 93 octane is actually cheaper than 91 octane.”



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