Öhlins Suspension Annual Cirkus Of Speed Is September 28, 2013

ohlins1Race machines, crazy customs, hot rods and exotics, motorcycles and cars, V-Twins and race bikes, street and off-road, will all be on exhibit at the Second Annual Öhlins USA Suspension Cirkus of Speed, in the mountains of Western North Carolina, Saturday, September 28, 2013.

ohlins2ohlins3For a dynamic treat, this year’s event in Hendersonville features “police rodeo” star Ben Wolfe of Lock & Lean, performing precision motorcycle riding. Featured displays include the NHRA Top Dragster of Matt Cooke, the first production models from American-made Motus motorcycles, Triumph, an actual custom Honda Grom, custom Cycle World cover bike, Öhlins Harley demo rides, live music, food, racecar shake-rig demonstrations, motorcycle suspension seminars, and more, all taking place in the heart of the Appalachians’ best highways.

Ride the Öhlins Electra Glide with cop shocks and the all-new Öhlins fork kit, or the Öhlins Mechatronic BMW R1200GS. For updated information follow Öhlins USA on Facebook, visit Ohlins USA or call toll free: 800-336-9029.

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1 Response to “Öhlins Suspension Annual Cirkus Of Speed Is September 28, 2013”


  1. 1 Kirk Perry Sep 5th, 2013 at 2:22 pm

    “…this year’s event in Hendersonville features “police rodeo” star Ben Wolfe of Lock & Lean, performing precision motorcycle riding.”
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    Feet planted on the foot boards… pivoting, directly centered on it’s rim edge.. .it’s “head” (front fender) dipping in submission – folks this is one broken bronco-Glide. This rider has it wired.

    Were he skateboarding, this is exactly the forward leading turn your head needs to be at, to bring your body and the skateboard around with you, the additional 270-degrees needed to establish a full (round-house) rotation.
    Put your head there first, then drag the baggage along with you. But you have to “see it”, and be at the finish line in your head.
    Same with shooting hoops from a distance. You have to think “air” and then “break your wrist” as the ball leaves your hand to insure it’s intended trajectory. Zen when it happens.

    Precision motorcycle riding is about group-Zen on wheels.

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