Another year and another Bike Week in beautiful Daytona Beach. Out of all the years I have been coming here (and that’s a lot), I have never ever been rained out. Yea, I may get a little chilly in the mornings and evenings, but during the day it was absolutely gorgeous.
Published in 2018 EVENTS
Another year and another Bike Week in beautiful Daytona Beach. Out of all the years I have been coming here (and that’s a lot), I have never ever been rained out. Yea, I may get a little chilly in the mornings and evenings, but during the day it’s was absolutely gorgeous.
Published in 2018 EVENTS
A lot of builders of show bikes go out of their way trying to make you believe their over-the-top builds are street rides underneath. Sometimes this is actual fact and others, not so much. Hey there’s nothing wrong with building a show-only bike in my personal rules of life book. But to try and pass something off as a bike to hop on down to the local cantina on more than one time can be a bit too much to take. They were really not built for that and could wear their showiness off in short order too.
Published in Choppers
There’s a famous line you’ve probably heard attributed to an 18th century Scottish poet named Robert Burns that goes like this, “The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry.” Although I’m not into poetry or long dead Scottish writers, that was the first thing that popped into my head when I saw this bike for the first time. Why I don’t exactly know, but it sums up my mixed feelings about this well-built custom.
Published in Choppers
Maybe it’s just me, but I would never ever have guessed this was a theme bike. Or, would I have guessed it was a Cross Bones either. That’s two major things I never would have guessed, but guess what? I really, really love this bike built by the folks at Tobacco Road Harley-Davidson in Raleigh, North Carolina, for so many reasons from its overall one-off look to its ability to still aim for the horizon at a moment’s notice.
Published in Modified Stockers
Lately there’s been a return to wholesome natural foods and it probably is a good thing although we’ve got to wait a generation or two to see if it’s actually true. I won’t be part of this social experiment as I like my food unnatural and my bikes the same way. All it took was one ride on a turbo’d Harley and I was sold on the wholesome goodness of excessive horsepower courtesy of unnatural aspiration. That was the healthiest Harley-Davidson I had ever ridden so I rest my case of regular old nature versus forced induction. Yeah, it may not be good, so the experts say, to stuff yourself, but stuffing your Twin Cam engine with turbo is excellent and good for you too.
Published in Modified Stockers
 My first quick look at this bobber didn’t catch what was going on past the Viper green paint and the basic outline of this build. But, my second look sure did and there’s a whole lot of stuff going on everywhere you look. If you still keep looking there’s even more. If you like Old School mixed with some early Arlen Ness-ness, this beautiful bobber is for you. If it’s not your cup of tea, that’s cool, but check out the photos as there’s something going on “everywhere you look.”
Published in Bobbers
Once upon a time the gold standard was something that specifically meant currency or money as we like to call it was backed by a fixed amount of gold. Paper money could be exchanged for precious metal even although it was silver and not gold, though. Still, the gold standard even after it was dropped in the 1930s has always referred to something that has great value based on more than just paper.
Published in Bobbers
Every year our roving photographer and man about town, Jack Cofano, takes a trip to Las Vegas to cover the Artistry in Iron Show. Every year he comes back with some of the wildest motorcycle creations on earth, but unfortunately a lot of them aren’t Harley-Davidsons so the interest from our readers out there is pretty small compared to what’s parked outside. Checking out the parking spots is a lot harder than doing the show for Jack as he has to really beat-feet to cover the huge area surrounding the show. But, sometimes it’s where the best bikes are found.
Published in Choppers
Baggers and bobbers and choppers oh my! That’s right, on January 20th at the Charlotte Convention Center there were some great custom bikes on display. Big wheels, awesome paint jobs, great seats and all around incredible American iron were in abundance.
Published in 2018 EVENTS
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