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Added by LONELY GIRL on April 20, 2011 at 3:24pm — No Comments
It's no secret that more and more women are grabbing their own set of 'bars. Being a motorcycle geek at heart, I've been addressing the needs of women wanting motorcycles for a very long time.
Got your eye on a Harley, babe? Worried that it's too much for you? Find a mechanic who understands rake and trail. Not only is a properly set up chassis more comfy, it will handle like you never thought possible. I REGULARLY put 100 pound women in charge of my 900 lb dresser after a…Continue
Added by Fiddle Mike on April 11, 2011 at 10:28am — No Comments
And A little bit of Lady Luck for small miracles …………….
Last Saturday night we Joline myself and my beautiful bride Tam found our self’s
About 35 miles from home when out of no where popped a big storm lots of lighting thunder smell the rain people talking on the radio about big Hail all the scary stuff so we took out for home just as it started raining rode toward home with the rain just in front of us seem like we would ride where the rain had just fallen…Continue
Added by jesse sultemeier on April 5, 2011 at 11:56am — No Comments
I am selling my 2005 Custom Chopper. It is a 110cc Custom Chopper. Built by Twin Vision Craft Custom Cycles in out of Ohio.
I bought this bike last August and have put about 2200 miles on it since. However, my wife, Judi, just can't ride it for the long haul...I gotta admit...she has done pretty damn good about not complaining...but we love to ride. And we live in one of the best places in the country to ride year round....Scottsdale, AZ. We…Continue
I make my living servicing Harleys in my own shop, and have been doing it for more than 30 years. I've never ceased to be incensed by the number of bikes that people PAY to have serviced but don't GET serviced. Your clutch and primary chain are the most frequently ignored. I've been keeping track now for several years, and the final statistic is just over 8 or every 10 bikes I do, when I open the chaincase to do the chain or I readjust a clutch-I find I'm the FIRST person in there,…Continue