Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Lost In Last Year’s Tsunami Washed Up on a Canadian Island. It was an about 4,000 miles (6,400 kilometers) wild ride. The rusted bike was found in a large white container where its owner, Ikuo Yokoyama, had kept it. He was located through the license plate number, Fuji TV reported Wednesday. “This is unmistakably mine. It’s miraculous” Yokoyama told Nippon TV when shown photos of the motorcycle. Yokoyama lost three members of his family in the March 11, 2011, Tsunami, and is now living in temporary housing. The motorcycle will be shipped back to Japan and the shop that sold it to Yokoyama would help with paperwork and storage.
California Man Sues BMW And Corbin For Non-Stop Erection: The news is not a joke, but I will let you make the jokes about this true story. A California man named Henry Wolf is complaining that he can’t stop an erection since he did a 4-hour ride on 1993 BMW motorcycle equipped with an after-market Corbin seat. So, he is suing both BMW and Corbin, seeking compensation for medical expenses (!) lost wages (!!), emotional damage (!!!) and “Genneral Damage” (!?!?) The man in question states that his erection has already lasted 20 months, that he can’t get “normal” sexual relations, suffering substantial emotional and mental anguish.” If it is medically proven that both men and women can suffer from prolonged numbness after compressing genitalia nerves, but an erection for 20 months? Must have been a Corbin Viagra model.
American International Motorcycle Expo (AIME): Its purpose is to serve as the catalyst to bring together industry, press, dealers and consumers in a single arena that creates a grand stage for motorcycling in the U.S. and North America, and “delivers an efficient and energetic market-timed expo platform for B2B and B2C in the motorcycle industry.” The expo is set to host its inaugural event in the Fall of 2013, but at this day, still no details about the exact dates of the inaugural AIMExpo and where it will happen.
Harley-davidson Declares Stock Dividend. Harley-Davidson, Inc. (NYSE: HOG) Board of Directors approved a cash dividend of $0.155 per share for the second quarter of 2012. The dividend is payable June 15, 2012 to the holders of record of the Company’s common stock on May 31, 2012.