Pure Gangster’s Paradise

One of the most appealing things about the custom Harley scene are the sheer number of styling directions you can take. From barebones choppers to over-the-top big-wheeled baggers, you can literally build a Harley to suit any taste. No matter what your personal preference, it’s easy to appreciate the hard work that goes into any […]

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Sportster Raised Rough in Brooklyn

New York is a unique and interesting city that is chock full of every kind of style, design and cultural influence that can be imagined. Brooklyn, New York motorcycle builder, Tim Harney, is just a regular guy that builds simple, badass bikes. More photos: Sportster Raised Rough in Brooklyn

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Harley-Davidson Names Top Dealership in the U.S. for 2018

Each year, Harley-Davidson hands out its Bar and Shield awards in an effort to recognize the very best of the best among its 700 dealer U.S.-based network. The motorcycle builder judges each dealership in 12 different categories, including sales, customer service, and employee service. And while Harley remains somewhat secretive about these rankings, we now […]

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Sato Marine Cycle’s 1968 Shovelhead

Believe it or not, this sleek, low custom started life as a 1968 Harley-Davidson Shovelhead. Clearly, life had other plans for this classic. Despite being 50 years old, the 1968 Shovelhead was in completely original condition when SMC got their hands on it. Furthermore, it was running just fine. They just don’t make them like […]

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Green Never Looked So Good

Mecum Auctions has new lots of vintage Harley bikes that can turn any Bruce Banner into the Hulk. These classic rides are rare pieces of Harley-Davidson history. They’re also very green. But these Yoda-colored rides are some of the best preserved we’ve seen; cool bikes, they are. So we found a few of our favorites, […]

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Harley Rider Travis Whitlock Wins

Hill climb events are almost as old as motorcycling itself. It’s man and machine battling nature and physics. This year’s Winter X Games extreme sports competition took place on Jan. 28 in Aspen, Colorado, and for the first time ever, it included a new sport: the snow hill climb. Yes, you read that right: Snow […]

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Wild Harley Combines 115 Years of History in One Bike

This year, Harley is celebrating its 115th anniversary. Which is obviously an amazing achievement for any company, let alone a motorcycle manufacturer. And as you already know, a whole lot of things have changed over that time frame. Today’s bikes are infinitely faster, more efficient, and more comfortable (and convenient) to ride compared to those […]

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The Modern Sportster Café Racer

A bike based on a 883 Iron Sportster with a strong Café Racer vibe to make the owner feel like a kid at Christmas, but without losing any of today’s Harley modernity and of course keeping the project street legal. Full story: The Modern Sportster Café Racer

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Finned Covers For Harley-Davidson Models

Finned covers belong to the beginning of the custom culture and since then have always remained popular with bikers. This new complete line of covers and accents delivers a clean, old school aesthetic to areas of the engine, outer primary and transmission, among others. Learn more: The Modern Sportster Café Racer

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H-D CEO To Investors

In an interview with Reuters in his office at the company’s headquarter in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Harley CEO Matt Levatich said: – the the company is not exploring a merger with a rival or a private equity buyout, as some investors have speculated. Discover more: H-D CEO To Investors

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