Best Routes in the Mountains

ADVERTISEMENTS ADVERTISEMENTS You could divide the country into a bunch of different regions, or even do each of the 50 different states, but for the sake of brevity, each one roughly covers one of the four time zones. This piece will feature the Mountain Time Zone including Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Idaho, and […]

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Sturgis ‘Passion Built’ Exhibit

While they were/are designed as a mode of transportation and enjoyment, motorcycles have also quickly evolved into art. This is especially true in the world of custom bikes. Where masterful designers churn out mechanical equivalents of paint splattered on canvas. But that art also extends to folks like renowned motorcycle photographer Michael Lichter. Since 1977, […]

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Harley-Davidson Brings Touring To The Dirt With The 2020 Pan America

Planned for release in 2020, the adventure-touring motorcycle breaks new ground for H-D and brings them into a category it has never really occupied, Buell included. In addition to the new adventure bike, it’s also announced production of a 975cc Streetfighter naked sportbike and a 1,250cc custom cruiser for 2020, as well as the debut […]

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Must-Have Motorcycle Gear Security Products

To keep your expensive gear safe from thieves, consider making a nominal investment in security items to fight theft. Even a simple $25 lock can keep your expensive helmet or jacket safe from would-be thieves in search of an easy grab. Stock up on additional items that will keep your belongings secure—the last thing you […]

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2013 Harley-Davidson Lay-Frame Softail Lowrider

People collect all kinds of things: coins, stamps, comic books, trophies from their victims, you name it. For Bart Samuelson, collecting means motorcycles. No matter what people collect, one thing is constant: the drive to keep adding to the grouping and making it grow. Bart’s as joyfully guilty as anyone else of this; the bike […]

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Milwaukee-Eight FXR Build

This bike is going to be fast. We can’t really tell you all of the details of just how fast it will be until we get the performance parts in it and roll it on the dyno, but we can tell you that it will have a fire-breathing powerplant like you have never seen once […]

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2009 Evo-Powered Custom Chopper

This 2009 rigid chop was all Holland’s doing, and it’s a perfectly executed long bike that any chopper freak would dig. Holland not only made the 9-inches-over girder fork, but he fabricated the bones too. This skeleton is stretched 2 inches out and 4 inches up, with the neck raked 43 degrees to really kick […]

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The Club-Style Dyna Treatment

Thanks to Bung King and trusty Harley-Davidson, you can upgrade to the new Softail platform without sacrificing your tall white socks, Simpson helmet and Vans Classics. Full story: The Club-Style Dyna Treatment

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Reasons the Future of Harley-Davidson Looks Bright

Historically, Harley-Davidson has had a resolutely American-centered reputation. An American cultural icon; American motorcycles for American customers. Contrary to the popular assumption, the future prospects for Harley-Davidson are actually looking up. Here are 7 reasons why we can afford to be optimistic. Discover more: Reasons the Future of Harley-Davidson Looks Bright

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Jeremy Cupp’s Monster Harley-Davidson Sportster

Jeremy Cupp comes from a long line of builders and machinists. Years ago, he founded LC Fabrications in Grottoes, Virginia, to satisfy his love for tinkering and old bikes, mainly Triumphs and Sportsters. LC Fab makes beautiful customs, but this superb trail-ready Sportster grew not out of a desire for art but from a need […]

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