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  • Lady Cruisers of the Ozarks Motorcycle Club

    Posted 5 hours ago by thecheapplace

    Lady Cruisers of the Ozarks  Sometimes, women are ignored in biker culture. Sure, men like to throw their favorite lady on the back of their bike, but some women want to take to the open road on their own bikes. For that very reason, women have had to form their own biker clubs in self-defen...

  • Indian Motorcycle Announces 2017 Wrecking Crew Team

    Posted Tue at 7:04 AM by BikerNews

    INDIAN MOTORCYCLE ANNOUNCES 2017 INDIAN WRECKING CREW TEAM MEMBERS IN BOLD BID IN RETURN TO AMA PRO FLAT TRACK     MINNEAPOLIS (September 26, 2016) — Indian Motorcycle®, America’s First Motorcycle Company®, today announced the all-star members of its 2017 Wrecking ...

  • 41 New Patches Have Arrived

    Posted Mon at 8:22 AM by thecheapplace

    We got in a shipment of 4 boxes yesterday, 41 new designs came out of them along with a lot of other patches we were sold out of. Enjoy the new stuff that is now available and ready to ship. RIDE SAFE!   New Embroidered Patches I Bleed Red White and Blue Patch I Ride with USA Pride Patc...

  • What to look for when buying an electric bike (ebike)

    Posted September 23 by thecheapplace

    For all you thinking about buying an electric bicycle. They are getting very popular lately. Affordability is still an issue, you are going to pay about $1500- $2000 for a decent one.   I have two different Electric bicycles. Both are from Prodego Tech (Company down in Ft Lauderdale, the...

  • Harley-Davidson Launches All-New Milwaukee-Eight Engine

    Posted September 23 by BikerNews

    MILWAUKEE (Aug. 23, 2016) – More Power. More Comfort. More Control. Today, Harley- Davidson unveils the all-new Milwaukee-Eight™ engine, the ninth Big Twin in its history, plus all-new front and rear suspension for its Model Year 2017 Touring motorcycle lineup.   “These ar...

  • New Biker Patches Have Arrived Today

    Posted September 21 by thecheapplace

    We recently got in a couple of new biker patches, including some Old English Rank Patches. The “Heroes are Never Forgotten” patch sold out within an hour of arrival! Shop All Our Biker Patches

  • New Ohio license regulations for 3-wheel “autocycles”

    Posted September 20 by BikerNews

    WILMINGTON, Ohio (WDTN) – A new Ohio law is making it easier for people to drive three-wheel vehicles.     House Bill 429 went into effect on September 1th. Among other things, it changes the license requirements for three-wheel bikes called .autocycles”.   Instead ...

  • Fun Biker Flicks From The Good Old Days

    Posted September 19 by thecheapplace

    What were the good old days? You know, before James Dean made riding a Harley cool in the eyes of pop culture. And they did make cycle movies before Elvis Presley was the guy to die for. The older films still focused on the ever-popular counter culture that motorcycles have developed ...

  • AMSOIL is "The First in Synthetics"

    Posted September 19 by WolfesAmsoilSynthetics1

              LIMA OHIO'S FIRST FULL SERVICE INDEPENDENT AMSOIL LUBE SHOP. For all your 100% Synthetic Oil & Filter needs for motorcycles, ATVs, cars, light duty and heavy duty trucks, diesel and boats. We also ship nationwide right to your door. Amsoil Independent Dist...

  • Ft myers MC

    Posted September 18 by Dirt41

    Just moved to Ft Myers area 2 months ago and have seen no cuts or colors on 41 or I75 have even went to local bars to find clubs to get involved with maybe get a invite to hangaround? Curious anyone know?

  • Facts Instead of Fiction on Michigan’s Helmet Law Modification

    Posted September 17 by RevBigJohn

    Lawmaker killed by motorist, “right of way violation.” Facts Instead of Fiction on Michigan’s Helmet Law Modification   In recent months many advocates of mandatory helmet laws have attacked Michi...

  • Why You Should Build Your Motorcycle From Scratch

    Posted September 16 by thecheapplace

    Reasons to Build Your Own Motorcycle Building your own motorcycle might seem challenging for the average Joe, but it is well worth it when it comes to your pocket book and unmatched customization. When someone purchases a motorcycle from a manufacturer, they are paying for the convenience of havi...

  • State Legislator in Fatal Motorcycle Crash;

    Posted September 16 by RevBigJohn

    State Legislator in Fatal Motorcycle Crash; Details Raise Questions About Strategies to Address Motorcycle Safety   WASHINGTON, DC – This week, Pete Pettalia, a lawmaker who served in the Michigan S...

  • Where to Buy Motorcycles Online?

    Posted September 14 by thecheapplace

    Looking for the perfect for you motorcycle? The follow websites are where to go to buy motorcycles online.   1. Cycle Trader With nearly 400,000 motorcycles for sale starting around the $2,000 price point, there’s something for every rider: A 2003 Ironhorse Chopper, 20...

  • For Equality? Really???

    Posted September 13 by Tweek

    https://youtu.be/h2qT0hEfyNM If you've seen this video, then you no doubt have an opinion, one way or the other.  I'm not here to change your mind.  This is my response, and is IMHO.   Colin Kaepernick, Quarterback for the San Francisco 49r's, stated that he won't stand for the...

  • How To Clean Your Motorcycle Chain

    Posted September 9 by thecheapplace

    The biker lifestyle is all about the ride, but without a properly maintained chain, you won’t be riding anywhere. Motorcycle chain maintenance is simple and easy to do. It extends the life of your chain and sprockets, and prevents damage to your bike. If you don’t clean and lubricate y...

  • Motorcycle Group Riding Tips

    Posted September 7 by thecheapplace

    Safety Tips for Riding Motorcycles in a Group Group motorcycle rides on a nice day are a great way to explore new roads and enjoy the experience of the scenery together, especially if you are in a group of riders that you know well and trust.   There are several tips to keep the group inta...

  • 2015 Crash Data Released; Increase in Motorcyclist Fatalities

    Posted September 2 by RevBigJohn

    WASHINGTON, DC – This week, The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA) released 2015 data concerning motor vehicle crashes and fatalities. This data also included information on motorcyclist fatalities. The data comes from NHTSA’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System...

  • 2016 MV Agusta F4Z

    Posted September 2 by BikerNews

    Chantilly Arts & Elegance 2016: The MV Agusta F4Z goes beyond traditional customization to become a collectible Atelier motorbike   Chantilly, September, 2016. At the third international Concours d’Elegance Chantilly Arts & Elegance, the F4Z is the first Atelier motorbike t...

  • Who are the Patriot Guard Riders?

    Posted September 2 by thecheapplace

      The Patriot Guard Riders (PGR) was formed in 2005 to protect and shelter mourners at funerals for members of the United States military, firefighters and police from protesters. The Westboro Baptist Church protested deaths of American soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan and said that ...

  • Bikers Riding to the Rescue of Abused Children

    Posted September 2 by thecheapplace

    Bikers Against Child Abuse A surly looking group of bikers rides into an unsuspecting suburban neighborhood. The throaty rumble of the engines and the unmistakable smell of gasoline exhaust fill the air — windows rattle, and residents begin to peek out their windows. Bikers! They are t...

  • Paughco Returns to Las Vegas BikeFest

    Posted September 1 by BikerNews

    Paughco Returns to Las Vegas BikeFest as Sponsor of Artistry in Iron, Master Builders Championship Las Vegas, NV - PAUGHCO, the industry leader in cool parts for Harley-Davidson, returns as 2016 sponsor for Las Vegas BikeFest - Artistry in Iron, Master Builders Championship. For the second year P...

  • Government Study Announced on Motorcycle Conspicuity

    Posted August 30 by RevBigJohn

    WASHINGTON, DC – The Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) held its annual meeting this week in Seattle, WA. The theme for this year’s event emphasized the importance of safe driving behavior in an era of rapid technological advancement. More than 500...

  • Las Vegas BikeFest & Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation

    Posted August 29 by BikerNews

    Las Vegas BikeFest Teams Up With Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation for the 12th Year LAS VEGAS, August 25, 2016 - For the 12th year in a row, Las Vegas BikeFest is teaming up with Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation at this year's rally. Las Vegas BikeFest will have three Poker Walks and two Poker ...

  • Newest Safety Features of Motorcycles

    Posted August 26 by thecheapplace

    Newest in Motorcycle Safety Trends Motorcycle sales have increased more than 90 percent since 1991. There is a greater need for safety features for riders based on cutting edge technology.   Helmets New models of helmets are available now that have a built-in GPS system and cameras to sho...

  • So Why Do Bikers Wear Leather Vests?

    Posted August 24 by thecheapplace

    Next time you see a band of bikers riding down the highway, count them to see how many are actually NOT wearing leather vests. I would guess that as a percentage, the number would be pretty small. Most bikers wear leather vests or jackets, as well as other pieces as appropriate. But why? What's it a...

  • What is the best site for wholesale embroidered biker patches?

    Posted August 22 by thecheapplace

    Best Site For Wholesale Embroidered Patches One thing I can be very proud of is the way I've setup my site to make it very easy and efficient for people reselling patches to fill up a cart quickly and place their order. If you are a wholesale customer please tell me if you've been to a site that ...

  • The RFS Standard and the Next President

    Posted August 19 by RevBigJohn

    WASHINGTON, DC– Over the past several years, motorcyclists have shown an increasing interest in the politics surrounding ethanol, and more specifically, the Renewable Fuel Standard. Congress adopted the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) in 2005 and expanded it in 2007. Th...

  • These Colors Don't Run

    Posted August 19 by thecheapplace

    U.S. Flag Patch - These Colors Don't Run If you want a U.S. flag patch, there are many different options out there.  There are American flag patches that feature a standard rectangular flag, but then there are those where the flag colors are applied to a symbol like a peace sign.  The T...

  • Kim Rhode

    Posted August 18 by RevBigJohn

    Kim Rhode, the FIRST WOMAN and first Summer Olympian to medal in SIX consecutive Olympics. You'd think the glass ceiling crowd would be all over that, right? Not so much. She won those medals with a gun and is an outspoken supporter of the 2nd Amendment. Rhode began competing in skeet at ...

  • A Patch for Your Club's Chaplain

    Posted August 17 by thecheapplace

    Are you a chaplain in your motorcycle club?  If you are, you might want to add a Chaplain Patch to your jacket or vest.  The chaplain of a club is sometimes an elected officer or a rotating position, but more often than not, if you have a minister or other church official in your group, ...

  • MOTM Early Registration Deadline is Rapidly Approaching

    Posted August 16 by RevBigJohn

    Washington, DC - Have you registered yet?  The early registration deadline is only one week away.  You must pre-register by August 22nd to receive the early member registration rate of $80.  We hope that you will join us in Oklahoma City, OK for the 2...

  • New Oklahoma Motorcycle License Law

    Posted August 16 by BikerNews

    Oklahoma laws regarding obtaining a motorcycle license will be changing next week for those under the age of 17   As of August 26, 2016, riders age 17 or younger who are seeking a license with an M endorsement (motorcycle license) will be required to complete a certified state approved motorc...

  • Best Selling Biker Patches of All Time

    Posted August 15 by thecheapplace

    Top 20 Selling Biker Patches All Time Here are our top-selling biker patches of all time! Biker patch designs come and go but these are some of our long-standing, top-sellers purchased by both wholesale patch customers and individuals. Keep riding and patch up! (4x1.75 inch)$3.99 Loud Pipes S...

  • PennDOT Wants to Hear from You

    Posted August 12 by RevBigJohn

    PennDOT Wants to Hear from You  PennDOT is seeking motorists’ input on highway safety, traffic safety enforcement and driving behaviors through an online survey at www.penndot.gov/safety. The brief survey focuses on highway safety issues such as seat belts, impaired driving, speed...

  • Proudly Declare You're a Lady Biker and Lady Rider

    Posted August 12 by thecheapplace

    Lady Bikers and Lady Riders Lady riders are just as amazing and awesome as men are.  They are drawn to motorcycles for many of the same reasons, but it seems like they have to defend themselves as true bikers time and time again.  The truth, though, is that many of these ladies are just...

  • CORRECTED: MRF’s Jay Jackson Elected to Serve on Executive Comm

    Posted August 11 by RevBigJohn

    MRF’s Jay Jackson Elected to Serve on Executive Committee for State Motorcycle Safety Administrators Association   WASHINGTON, DC – This week, the State Motorcycle Safety Administrators (SMSA) annou...

  • Jay Jackson Elected to Serve on Executive Committee for State M

    Posted August 10 by RevBigJohn

    MRF’s Jay Jackson Elected to Serve on Executive Committee for State Motorcycle Safety Administrators Association WASHINGTON, DC - This week, the State Motorcycle Safety Administrators (SMSA) announced the resul...

  • Embroidered Patches and Clothing Repair

    Posted August 10 by thecheapplace

    Recently, I read a story from the UK talking about an enterprising lady from London who had repaired her daughter's clothing with embroidered patches. I don't remember all the details except to say that whatever article of clothing it was, similar garments had a long history of wearing out how too q...

  • Top Reasons to Show Off Your Irish Pride

    Posted August 8 by thecheapplace

    If you are lucky enough to be at least part Irish, you should embrace it in all its glory. While being Irish seems to be a trendy thing at the moment, there are bona-fida reasons why you should show off your Irish pride by wearing Irish patches. Green beer and Irish drinking games aside, Irish biker...

  • New Law Gives Drivers Safe Option to ‘Ride on Red’ in PA.

    Posted August 5 by RevBigJohn

    Motorcyclists and other drivers who are stuck at unresponsive traffic lights will soon have the option to proceed with caution through the intersection. Originally intended only for motorcycles, which often fail to trigger traffic lights due to their smaller size, the law was expanded to apply ...

  • Driverless Car Manufacturers Await Guidance from Agency,

    Posted August 5 by RevBigJohn

    Driverless Car Manufacturers Await Guidance from Agency, Motorcyclists Raise Concerns, Questions WASHINGTON, DC – Over the last several months, we’ve seen more and more companies announce plans ...

  • Show Your Patriotism with US Flag Patches

    Posted August 5 by thecheapplace

    It used to be that if you wanted to show your patriotisn and wear US Flag Patches, there weren't that many options about how you wanted the patch to look.  Instead, it was usually just the traditional flag waving in the wind or a straight flag patch.  However, in recent years there ha...

  • California to Pass Law Making Motorcycle Lane Splitting Legal

    Posted August 5 by BikerNews

    For years many motorcyclists (including myself) have thought that there was a law on the books making it legal for motorcycles to split/share lanes in the state of California because it is a common practice for riders in California to move through traffic between the other vehicles.  As of now ...

  • Owning a Classic Bike

    Posted August 3 by thecheapplace

    What makes a biker a biker is the pride and love you show in your bike.  Having all the gear in the world will not make you a biker, though of course it never hurts to have a embroidered biker vest patch to show off your club. New bikes are great, but if you want to really show your pride, fixi...

  • Yuichi Yoshizawa dominates at 2016 Los Angeles Motorcycle Show

    Posted August 2 by BikerNews

    Japanese Builder Yuichi Yoshizawa dominates at 2016 Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show & Calendar Girl Music Festival       The Sagebrush Cantina, Calabasas, CA, USA, Saturday July 23rd 2016 - The 2016 LA Calendar Motorcycle Show with sponsorship support by Russ Brown Att...

  • Tips for Applying Iron-On Embroidered Patches

    Posted August 1 by thecheapplace

    Tips for Applying Iron-On Embroidered Biker Vest Patches Embroidered patches are beautiful and durable.  They are crafted to look great after years of use.  To make sure that your patches are securely applied, check out our tips for applying patches.  Preparing ahead of time and usin...

  • Las Vegas Motorcycle Hall of Fame Created

    Posted July 29 by BikerNews

    Las Vegas BikeFest in partnership with Branscombe Richmond, famous actor, band leader and a force in the motorcycle world announce the formation of the Las Vegas Motorcycle Hall of Fame.   "The Hall of Fame will honor iconic ambassadors and influential heroes who put their interest above and...

  • The Number 13 and Its Meanings in the Biker World

    Posted July 29 by thecheapplace

    The number 13 can be found alone or in conjunction with other symbols.   There are three different definitions to what it means, the most common being associated with drugs and narcotics. The letter M, being the 13th letter of the alphabet, often is said to stand for marijuana or motor...

  • Are you a Rebel Biker?

    Posted July 27 by thecheapplace

    There are many different types of bikers out there.  What kind are you?  Are you a casual motorcycle rider who only rides on the weekends, or are you a hardcore biker who hits the streets every change you get?  Maybe you're a social rider who enjoys riding with friends.  Then the...

  • Where Lady Bikers Go to get their Sexy Biker Apparel

    Posted July 27 by BikerCrap

    There are literally dozens of biker related websites that stake claim to providing the largest selection of sexy biker apparel on the internet but when you visit their on-line store all you find is the ten thousandth variation of the same old worn out tank top that has been around for over a decade....

  • Polaris® Slingshot® Lineup Expands With All-New 2017 SLR

    Posted July 26 by BikerNews

    New accessories - featuring the new Slingshade™ - take customization to the next level   MINNEAPOLIS, July 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Slingshot® has introduced its 2017 lineup which includes a new premium SLR model, an expanded line-up of accessories focused on rider comfort and cus...

  • Nothing to do with motorcycles, just needed a place to vent.

    Posted July 25 by Bitchy

    Normally I am what most people call a very happy person.  I laugh and joke and try to enjoy life to the fullest.  The last year my best friend has been fighting a very aggressive cancer.  She could not eat or drink was feed through a damn tube in her side.  It hurt...

  • What Will You Be Wearing at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally?

    Posted July 22 by BikerCrap

    If you are one of the biker ladies heading to Sturgis this year, chances are you’ve got a little bit more planned than a just riding and partying with friends. For tens of thousands of lady bikers across the nation, the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally provides an opportunity unlike any other event ho...

  • Vision Zero & The Motorcyclist

    Posted July 22 by RevBigJohn

    WASHINGTON, DC– In the late nineties, Europeans saw a flurry of activity surrounding a new concept referred to as “Vision Zero,” which was intended to achieve a highway system with no (or ‘zero’) fatalities or serious injuries. While the object...

  • The Legend of the Guardian Bell

    Posted July 22 by thecheapplace

    A "Guardian Bell" is based on an old biker's legend / tale.  It seems that going about our travels, there are little creatures called "gremlins" that enjoy causing troubles for bikers. To keep these gremlins at bay and stay safe, all one needs to do is to ride with a little silver or pew...

  • Avoid the Hazard of Tar Snakes for Bikers and Motorcyclists

    Posted July 18 by thecheapplace

      As roadways age, they begin to crack, causing dips and bumps in the road. As a way to keep traffic flowing smoothly, crack sealant is used to fill in the cracks and to prevent further cracking. The term tar snakes is used to describe the raised, winding black lines on the roads as a result...

  • Harley-Davidson Revving Up For 76th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

    Posted July 18 by BikerNews

    Join the H-D Crew for Action-Packed Parties, Racing and Free Demo Rides   MILWAUKEE, July 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- With a rockin' beat and a rolling rumble Harley-Davidson is set to take over the 76th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally®. As the official motorcycle of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, H...

  • Motorcyclist Governor Mike Pence as Running Mate

    Posted July 16 by RevBigJohn

    Presidential Candidate Donald Trump NamesMotorcyclist Governor Mike Pence as Running Mate WASHINGTON, DC – Speculation on who would be Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s possible Vice-Presid...

  • Five Tips for Safe Group Riding

    Posted July 13 by thecheapplace

    The average motorcycle rider travels alone on his or her way to work or down to the store. However, we tend to like traveling in groups on long rides. That's great. Group riding is a great opportunity to enjoy the open road with the best of friends. There is also relative safety in numbers as well...

  • More Women than Ever are Bikers

    Posted July 13 by thecheapplace

    According to a story in the L.A. Times, more and more women are riding motorcycles.  These ladies are joining women-only biker clubs and roaring down the streets on motorcycles that make a number of men jealous.  Surveys and other research show that these are not always the type of women...

  • Beginner's Guide to Motorcycle Gear

    Posted July 13 by thecheapplace

      Those who have just bought a new motorcycle will be eager to get out on the road. However, some motorcycle gear is very important to ensure that you have a safe ride. As such, you may be wondering what items are vital. Here is a quick guide to what you will need to get you started:  ...

  • David Silver Opens Honda Motorcycle Museum

    Posted July 13 by BikerNews

    Honda parts tycoon David Silver opens the Largest All Honda Motorcycle Museum outside of Japan.   Located in Leiston, a town in eastern Suffolk, England, the motorcycle museum features over 150 classic Honda motorcycles produced between the 1950s and 1990s. The collection is based within our ...

  • The Growing Popularity of Veterans Motorcycle Clubs

    Posted July 11 by thecheapplace

    You may have noticed what seems like more bikers on the road today showing their Military Patches as former members of the United States military. That is not just your impression – it is a fact that there has been a resurgence in the number of veterans buying motorcycles and riding with motor...

  • Biker Patches for Vests and Jackets

    Posted July 11 by thecheapplace

    Create your unique biker style by adding a new biker patch this year to your leather vest or leather jacket. Or browse from thousands of other designs to choose from. Biker patches create your style and personality attending events, rallies, or just enjoying the open road ride. Here is a sample se...

  • How to Embroider Blank Patches

    Posted July 11 by thecheapplace

    Patches are a great way to personalize clothing, jackets, and accessories.  For those who want even more personalized patches, there is the option of embroidering custom designs on blank embroidered patches.  An embroidery machine is crucial to this project, and you must understand ho...

  • Funny Biker Quotes and Biker Vest Patches

    Posted July 11 by thecheapplace

    Funny biker quotes and funny biker vest patches. The biker lifestyle sure can produce some humor from all the events, rallies and rides I'm sure you can produce your own lines that you've heard throughout the years. View all our Funny Biker Patches. (4x1.5 inch)$2.99 I Like Girls That Like Gir...

  • Rules of Wearing Biker Patches

    Posted July 11 by thecheapplace

    Are there any rules to wearing Biker Patches? Am I going to get my ass kicked for wearing a Lone Wolf Patch on my Jacket? These are questions I've been asked in the past while selling patches on the road and online. The answer to your question is, it's all about respect. If you go and knock off a cl...

  • List of Christian Biker Clubs in the US

    Posted July 11 by thecheapplace

      These days there are hundreds upon hundreds of Christian motorcycle clubs and even support organizations for local churches looking to start a motorcycle club outreach program.  This is just a small list in comparison to what you can find online by search "Christian motorcycle cl...

  • 9 New Military and Veteran Patches came in this week

    Posted July 11 by thecheapplace

    We got in 9 new patches this week. All of them your requests including are some tattered flags and Military Division patches. Hope you enjoy them. They are all available for purchase while stocks last. If we do sell out of any of them we'll of course make some more, you can sign up to receive an ema...

  • June’s Supreme Court Decision & Motorcycle Profiling

    Posted July 7 by RevBigJohn

    WASHINGTON, DC– As many Americans are recovering from 4th of July festivities – unpacking their picnic baskets, traveling back home after a long weekend, or putting their red, white and blue away until Labor Day. So it’s ironic that a week prior to the day that millions of A...

  • Happy Independence Day

    Posted July 3 by RevBigJohn

    Freedom. The word will be invoked this weekend all across America. Independence Day commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence signed July 4, 1776. The signing of this document embodies this very word. Freedom from the British Empire, freedom from total...

  • Lady Bikers Let Their Hair Down at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

    Posted July 3 by BikerCrap

    Each year tens of thousands of women from across that nation experience an incredible transformation during a week-long vacation of sorts, one void of children, bosses and inhibitions. The vacation spot? None other than the Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Some arrive in cars while other come in RV...

  • The ‘Connected’ Motorcycle & its Place in Future Technology

    Posted July 1 by RevBigJohn

    WASHINGTON, DC – As cities around the nation continue to experience increases in commute times, accidents, and fatalities, we are seeing more policymakers turn to technology as a potential solution. Over the next thirty years, America’s population is projec...

  • Sturgis is a Great Place to Pop Your Nipple Pasties Cherry

    Posted June 28 by BikerCrap

    With the 76th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in their sights, thousands of lady bikers across the country are pondering the idea of nipple pasties. If you happen to be one of those that are considering wearing nipple pasties in public for the first time, there truly is no better place than Sturgis...

  • ABATE OF MICHIGAN SETS THE RECORD STRAIGHT

    Posted June 22 by RevBigJohn

    Facts Instead of Fiction on Michigan's Helmet Law Modification In recent weeks, many advocates of mandatory helmet laws have attacked Michigan’s ADULT CHOICE motorcycle helmet law passed in 2012.  In these &ldq...

  • Over a Decade of Redwood Runs for BikerCrap.com

    Posted June 22 by BikerCrap

    It was just over a decade ago that we attended our first Redwood Run. Little did we know then what this rally would become to us. Since that first year, the camp shared by two couples that were barely an acquaintance to one another has grown into a large biker family who ride in from far and near t...

  • What Might Happen if Every Day Was ‘Ride to Work’ Day?

    Posted June 21 by RevBigJohn

    WASHINGTON, DC– Today is the 25th anniversary of “Ride to Work Day.” For those unfamiliar, this is an annual event that promotes motorcycling as an option for commuting to work. It’s estimated that a very small sliver of the population uses moto...

  • Erie PA. food vendors

    Posted June 19 by RevBigJohn

     Local food vendors and restaurateurs expressed frustration when a single out-of-town vendor was contracted to serve up the food around Perry Square for the thousands of bikers expected to roll into Erie for Roar on the Shore, scheduled for July 13-17. Those wanting a taste of Erie, however, ne...

  • Members of Congress Call on DOT to Include MRF & SMRO Participa

    Posted June 18 by RevBigJohn

    Members of Congress Call on DoT to Include MRF & SMRO Participation on the Newly Reestablished Motorcyclist Advisory Council WASHINGTON, DC– This week, twenty elected officials from eleven different states issued a letter addressed to the Federal Highway Administration housed under the ...

  • The MRF Supports Ride to Work Day

    Posted June 15 by RevBigJohn

    WASHINGTON, DC– Next Monday will mark the 25th anniversary of “Ride to Work Day,” an annual event that promotes the motorcycle as an option for commuting to work. Since 1992, this event has been organized by the Ride to Work organization aiming to increase public awareness o...

  • No Way to BE

    Posted June 10 by Tweek

    I have to apologize for my comments last evening.  They were unfair, and plain RUDE.     I have no excuse, other than I let my disappointment in something else, dictate my actions.  Like I said, that's no excuse. Lucky has done an awesome job, and if I'd been around more, I migh...

  • EPA Holds Public Hearing on Renewable Fuel Standard; MRF Testif

    Posted June 9 by RevBigJohn

    WASHINGTON, DC– Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) held a public hearing in Kansas City, MO concerning the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), also referred to as ethanol mandates, and allowed interested parties the opportunity to testify regarding how t...

  • TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY TESTIFIES ON HIGHWAY BILL IMPLEMENTATI

    Posted June 8 by RevBigJohn

    WASHINGTON, DC - Today, Senator John Thune (R-SD), Chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation convened a hearing concerning the implementation of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act or FAST Act. The FAST Act is a bi-part...

  • U.S. Department of Transportation Reminds People to ‘Share the

    Posted June 3 by RevBigJohn

    WASHINGTON, DC – Though this week marked the end of May’s “Motorcycle Awareness Month” the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Assistant Secretary Greg Winfree reminded everyone to keep an eye out for motorcyclists.   Assistant Secr...

  • Do You Ever Have Scary Thoughts?

    Posted May 19 by DogGoneAdventuresUS

      Do you ever have scary thoughts when riding your motorcycle? My guess is a lot of you probably do, but it’s just something we don’t want to talk about. Besides, we’re supposed to be tough bikers, surely we never have scary thoughts right? Not about riding anyway.  If w...

  • A damn it moment

    Posted May 14 by Bitchy

    So  out riding the New Old Girl ( my 66 Shovel generator) often lately as I seem to enjoy a nice leisure putt going no where and doing nothing on her the best.  Was out a few days ago and had been about 80 miles when I stopped for gas in this town.  When leaving on the other...

  • Indian’s Limited Edition Jack Daniel’s Bikes Sold Out in a Day

    Posted May 12 by BikerNews

    INDIAN MOTORCYCLE’S LIMITED EDITION JACK DANIEL’S INDIAN SPRINGFIELD AND CHIEF VINTAGE SOLD OUT IN A SINGLE DAY #1 Limited Edition Jack Daniel’s Indian Chief Vintage reserved for charity auction in October     MINNEAPOLIS (March 7, 2016)   — Indian Motorcycle®, America’s first...

  • Motorcycle Safety Tips from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation

    Posted May 6 by RevBigJohn

     http://www.justdrivepa.org/Traffic-Safety-Information-Center/Motorcycle-Safety/?utm_source=Listrak&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=http%3a%2f%2fwww.justdrivepa.org%2fTraffic-Safety-Information-Center%2fMotorcycle-Safety%2f&utm_campaign=Budget+Reform+Would+Benefit+Students+%7c+Helping+You...

  • 70 mph Speed Limit Expanded on PA Highways, Turnpike

    Posted May 6 by RevBigJohn

          The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission announced this week they would increase the speed limit to 70 mph on 396 miles of the turnpike and 400 miles of five state highways.  T...

  • Federal Funds Available for Distracted Driving Programs

    Posted April 15 by RevBigJohn

      Did you know tha...

  • Motorcyclists Unite

    Posted March 27 by RevBigJohn

      Consistent with ...

  • Report of Motorcycle Curfew Completely False

    Posted March 12 by RevBigJohn

      A recent report ...

  • 27th Annual Heartland Steam is Fast Approaching, Register Now!

    Posted February 24 by RevBigJohn

      Heartland S.T.E....

  • Motorcycle Ownership by Women Doubled During the Past Decade

    Posted January 20 by BikerNews

    More Female Riders Than Ever According to Latest Motorcycle Industry Council Owner Survey Irvine, Calif., Dec. 17, 2015 - Female motorcycle ownership is at an all-time high according to the latest data from the Motorcycle Industry Council. The MIC's latest Motorcycle Owner Survey foun...

  • EPA Raises Ethanol Blend Levels

    Posted December 8, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      The Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF) reports that the Obama administration, along with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), last week raised the a...

  • MAC Membership & NHTSA Ban

    Posted December 7, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      MAC Membership and NHTSA Ban Targets on the MRF Radar As previously reported by the Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF), the U.S. ...

  • Legislative Strategy Agenda 2016

    Posted December 7, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      The Motorcycle R...

  • Federal Highway Bill headed to the President's Desk

    Posted December 4, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      The U.S. Senate approved the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act by an 83-16 vote within a few hours of the U.S. House voting 359-65 in favor of the highway bill compromise -  one day before the current funding extension was set to expire. It now heads to the Presiden...

  • CONGRESS BUYS MORE TIME TO PASS HIGHWAY BILL

    Posted November 21, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      In an effort to allow more time to pass a long-term highway bill, Congress has passed an extension that allows for more negotiation time for this importan...

  • Indian Motorcycle Unveils the Versatile and Affordable All-New 2016 Scout Sixty

    Posted November 18, 2015 by BikerNews

    Newest addition to the lineup shares many elements of the award-winning Indian Scout, with a price point that brings legendary Indian Motorcycle craftsmanship and world renowned Indian Scout performance within reach of every rider MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Indian Motorcycle®, America’s firs...

  • Veteran's Day

    Posted November 11, 2015 by RevBigJohn

     The Motorcycle Riders Foundation would like to thank all of our veterans for their service.  As we observe Veteran's Day the MRF is thankful for all of our veterans this day and every day. Without the sacrifice of our service members what we do at the MRF would simply not be pos...

  • Indian Recalls Over 7,000 Motorcycles to Fix Brake Issue

    Posted November 10, 2015 by BikerNews

    Indian recalls 7,611 motorcycles to fix problem with rear brake assembly WASHINGTON, D.C. - Indian Motorcycle Co. is recalling certain 7,611 motorcycles from the 2015 and 2016 model years to replace the rear brake master cylinder piston assembly. Affected are 2015-16 Chief Classic, Chief V...

  • US House Passes Long-Term Highway Bill

    Posted November 10, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      The United State...

  • SENIOR DISCOUNT LIST

    Posted November 2, 2015 by RevBigJohn

     RESTAURANTS: Applebee's:            15% off with Golden Apple Card (60+) Arby's:                    10% off (55+) Ben & Jerry...

  • 2015 Veterans Day Free Meals and Discounts

    Posted November 2, 2015 by RevBigJohn

     Applebee’s – free meal, Nov. 11, 2015: Last year, Applebee’s served over one million free meals to military veterans and active servicemembers. Applebee’s is again offering a free meal to military veterans and active-duty service members on Veterans Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2015. There wi...

  • Waco police bullets hit bikers in May

    Posted September 19, 2015 by RevBigJohn

     FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Evidence reviewed by The Associated Press confirms that police bullets hit bikers in the deadly shootout involving two rival motorcycle clubs that clashed last spring outside a Waco restaurant, though it isn't clear whether those rifle shots caused any of the nine...

  • Engineers' Conversion Table

    Posted September 13, 2015 by RevBigJohn

     1. Ratio of an igloo's circumference to its diameter = Eskimo Pi  2. 2000 pounds of Chinese soup = Won ton  3. 1 millionth of a mouthwash = 1 microscope  4. Time between slipping on a peel and smacking the pavement = 1 bananosecond  5. Weight an evangelist...

  • BikerCrap will Appear at the 2015 Lone Star Rally

    Posted August 26, 2015 by BikerCrap

    The Lone Star Rally is one of the largest in the country and one of the most popular events of the rally is the crowing of Miss Lone Star Rally! This past Thursday, the 2015 Miss Lone Star Rally preliminaries were held at Jackie’s Brickhouse in Kemah, Texas and BikerCrap was there!  The ...

  • Meeting of the Minds

    Posted August 14, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      We hope that you will join us in Milwaukee, WI for the Motorcycle Riders Foundation’s 2015 Meeting of the Minds conference, September 24-27th hosted by our partners, ABATE of Wisconsin, Inc. Have you registered yet? The early registration ...

  • 2016 Victory Empulse: Electric Motorcycle

    Posted August 5, 2015 by BikerNews

    2016 Victory Empulse: Electric Motorcycle Returns With New Name   Fresh off a strong showing at the Isle of Man TT electric motorcycle race, Victory Motorcycles has announced the 2016 Victory Empulse TT.  This is the first foray into electric bikes by an established motorcycle man...

  • The History of PAS-TiTS Nipple Pasties at the Sturgis Motorcycl

    Posted August 4, 2015 by BikerCrap

      PAS-TiTS Nipple Pastes are to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally like frosting is to cake, they are the sweet and colorful decoration that draws attention to the main attraction! It was just one month shy of their first birthday that PAS-TiTS Nipple Pasties made their 2005 Sturgis Rally debut.&nb...

  • Senate Passes Highway Bill

    Posted July 31, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      The United Stat...

  • Great Lakes

    Posted July 29, 2015 by RevBigJohn

     1. Lake Superior is actually not a lake at all, but an inland sea.  2. All of the four other Great Lakes, plus three more the size of Lake Erie, would fit inside of Lake Superior.  3. Isle Royale is a massive island surrounded by Lake Superior. Within this island are several s...

  • What Will You Be Wearing At The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally?

    Posted July 10, 2015 by BikerCrap

      Each year tens of thousands of biker babes pack up the sexy outfits that they plan to wear while attending the infamous Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. For lady bikers that love to dress it up and show it off, the week-long Sturgis Motorcycle Rally provides them ample opportunity to do so.  ...

  • For Lady Bikers, July Means Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Shopping!

    Posted July 4, 2015 by BikerCrap

      Like Thanksgiving Day is to Christmas shoppers, July 1st has become the unofficial start of the Sturgis Rally shopping season. For lady bikers across the country the turning the calendar page to the month of July means to them that it’s time to start gearing up for their annual trip t...

  • Highway Bill Advances in Senate

    Posted June 26, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      Wednesday, June ...

  • Possible Interstate Tolling Expansion

    Posted June 17, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      As a member of t...

  • Bare Flesh and Bike Rallies!

    Posted June 15, 2015 by BikerCrap

      Every motorcycle rally is different in their own unique way but one thing you can count on is that you are going to see plenty of flesh! There are any number of reasons bikers love to attend motorcycle rallies.  Some come for the bands, some for the parties, others to ride and some jus...

  • Over A Decade of Redwood Runs

    Posted June 11, 2015 by BikerCrap

      For the third time in the past 12 years we will miss the Redwood Run.  So with no new memories we will be able to share, we thought we’d highlight our past trips. Our first thought of attending the Redwood Run came in the early months of 2004.  We had heard a great deal abou...

  • (NHTSA) issues a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

    Posted June 9, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to amend Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No. 218, which concerns motorcycle safety helmets. NHTSA proposes to modify the existing...

  • Your Action Pays off

    Posted June 5, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      On June 4th the ...

  • URGENT CALL TO ACTION

    Posted June 4, 2015 by RevBigJohn

        ...

  • Slashing Ethanol Production

    Posted May 30, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      May 29, 2015 ...

  • Washington Weekly Updates May 28, 2015

    Posted May 29, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      From Jeff Hennie Motorcycle Rider Foundation, Vice President Government Relations and Public Affairs  ...

  • Don’t Forget About Those Plus Size Biker Divas

    Posted May 28, 2015 by BikerCrap

      Biker chicks come in all shapes and sizes and those curvaceous creatures of the wind like to ride and rally looking just as sexy as their size small sisters!   That’s right those plus size biker babes like to dress it up sexy just like any other gal does but far too often they a...

  • Dressing For Your First Adult Motorcycle Rally!

    Posted May 25, 2015 by BikerCrap

    You finally made the commitment and this year you will attend your first adult motorcycle rally.  Now all you need to figure out is what to wear! The first thing you need to know about attending an adult motorcycle rally is that it does not matter what you wear.  Adult motorcycle rallies ...

  • Washington Weekly Updates

    Posted May 22, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      May 22, 2015 From Jeff Hennie Motorcycle Rider Foundation, Vice President Government Relations and Public Affairs  ...

  • Bikers Inside the Beltway - 2015

    Posted May 19, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      This year was an...

  • Obtaining expansion of VA child

    Posted April 25, 2015 by RevBigJohn

     Obtaining expansion of VA child care services is an important priority for DAV, and in particular for young veterans with dependent children who need this support as they recover from wounds, injuries and illnesses associated with their combat deployments. Representatives Julia Brownley an...

  • National Lobby Day

    Posted April 22, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      The Motorcycle Riders Foundation is pleased to report that the 7th annual Michael “Boz” Kerr Bikers Inside The Beltway will be held Thursday, May 14th, 20...

  • What Goes Wrong on Motorcycles

    Posted April 18, 2015 by BikerNews

    Just saw this survey posted on Consumer Reports Survey highlights common problems Published: April 13, 2015 08:00 AM Motorcycle riding is all about escapism. Freedom, adventure, friends, and travel. The last thing a motorcyclist wants to worry about is a breakdown out on the open road. Ch...

  • Motorcycle Only Checkpoint Ban Legislation Introduced

    Posted April 17, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      April 16, 2015 ...

  • Transportation Blueprint and US Senate Privacy Bill

    Posted April 4, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      April 4, 2015   Transportation Preside...

  • NTSB Board Members & National Motorcycle Lobby Day

    Posted March 25, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      The Senate recen...

  • Old stuff new stuff

    Posted March 18, 2015 by RevBigJohn

     Well I had to get a new computer monitor, the old picture tube type one gave up. Now with my new glasses and new screen I can see the problems with my old computer better. The day I went to be fitted for my new glasses the battery in my 2002 Sports Trac died, my friend Bob came and gave ...

  • Congress looks at Vision Zero

    Posted March 12, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      Vision Zero is the concept that it is possible to drop the fatalities within the road transportation community to zero and that it should be done at all c...

  • Veteran Information on the Internet

    Posted March 9, 2015 by RevBigJohn

     Appeals http://www.warms.vba.va.gov/admin21/m21_1/mr/part1/ch05.doc Board of Veteran's Appeals http://www.va.gov/vbs/bva/ CARES Commission http://www.va.gov/vbs/bva/ CARES Draft National Plan http://www1.va.gov/cares/page.cfm?pg=105 Center for Minority Veterans ...

  • Indian Introduces the 2016 Chief Dark Horse

    Posted March 3, 2015 by BikerNews

    INDIAN MOTORCYCLE INTRODUCES FIRST MODEL YEAR 2016, THE INDIAN CHIEF DARK HORSE Newest model on Indian Chief platform brings bold, aggressive new styling to Indian Motorcycle line-up MEDINA, Minn. — February 13, 2014 —  Indian Motorcycle®, America’s first motorcycle company, today announced...

  • ConvExx to Produce Hollister Motorcycle Rally

    Posted February 19, 2015 by BikerNews

    ConvExx Selected to Produce Hollister Motorcycle Rally for 2015 and Beyond   Las Vegas, Nevada, January 23, 2015: The Hollister Downtown Association of Hollister, California has selected ConvExx to produce the iconic Hollister Motorcycle Rally starting in 2015. Known as the "Birthplace of t...

  • Motorcycle Checkpoints - Action Needed

    Posted February 13, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      United States House of Representatives Address Motorcycle Checkpoints   February 13, 2015 ...

  • Be on alert for Anthem breach-related phishing scams

    Posted February 11, 2015 by RevBigJohn

     In the wake of the Anthem breach, we are getting several reports of phishing scams. These scams, designed to capture personal information (known as "phishing"), are designed to appear as if they are from Anthem, and the emails include a "click here" link for credit monitoring. Due to ...

  • Polaris Stops Slingshot Sales to Fix Defects

    Posted January 22, 2015 by BikerNews

    Polaris Industries has issued a "Stop Sale and Stop Ride, for the Slingshot for two issues found on the three-wheeled Slingshot. The first issue involves the ball bearings on the steering rack, which have been deemed faulty by Polaris. Due to the faulty ball bearings, the steering system coul...

  • Rotary-powered hybrid military motorcycle can run on diesel or gas

    Posted January 21, 2015 by BikerNews

    Logos Technologies Wins Second Darpa Award to Continue Development of Hybrid-Electric Military Motorcycle in Partnership with Alta Motors FAIRFAX, Va. – Jan. 6, 2015 – Logos Technologies has received a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) award from DARPA (the Defense Advanced Res...

  • Polaris Acquires Electric Motorcycle Business from Brammo

    Posted January 16, 2015 by BikerNews

    Acquisition Includes Certain Assets, Technology, and Trademarks   MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII) today announced it has acquired the electric motorcycle business of Brammo Inc. In addition, Polaris is acting as a leading investor in a recapitalization of Bra...

  • Harley / Sturgis to Cement Partnership through 2090

    Posted January 15, 2015 by BikerNews

    Harley-Davidson announces agreement to become the official motorcycle of the Sturgis rally   Harley-Davidson Motor Co. and Sturgis, S.D., are looking 75 years into the future as the company and the city are finalizing an agreement that would make Harley the official bike of the Sturgis Motorc...

  • Motorcycle-Only Checkpoints

    Posted January 8, 2015 by RevBigJohn

      Bipartisan Senate Bill would Ban Federal Funding for Motorcycle-Only Checkpoints    January 8, 2015 MRF media contact: Jeff Hennie Phone...

  • When Gas Prices Go Up, So Do Motorcycle Accidents, Study Finds

    Posted December 16, 2014 by BikerNews

    Shift to lower-cost transportation carries a hefty price   MONDAY, Dec. 15, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- As gas prices rose in recent years, so did motorcyclist injuries and deaths, a new study suggests. In times of gas increases, more people start using motorcycles and many of those riders ...

  • Motorcycle Traction Control Braking System

    Posted December 10, 2014 by ProductReviews

    Product: Motorcycle Traction Control Braking System Manufacturer: Traction Control Braking (TCB) ™ Product Website: http://www.tcbbrakesystems.com Cost (MSRP): $79 per Caliper Reviewed By: Lucky Overall Rating: Good Where to Buy: www.tcbbrakesystems.com   M...

  • Owner of Motorcycle Maker Sucker Punch Sallys Accused of Fraud

    Posted December 5, 2014 by BikerNews

    Gerie Leigh Clayton, the owner of Scottsdale-based custom motorcycle maker Sucker Punch Sallys, has been arrested on felony theft charges.   Scottsdale police say Clayton, 64, defrauded at least two people by taking money for custom bikes that were never made. "They had placed orders fro...

  • New NHTSA Administrator Nominee Announced

    Posted November 21, 2014 by RevBigJohn

     It may have taken nearly a year, but President Barack Obama has finally made his choice for National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) administrator. The White House announced it was nominating Mark Rosekind , currently a National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) board member,...

  • Important message from ABATE of Colorado

    Posted November 19, 2014 by RevBigJohn

      November 19, 2014 ...

  • Feds Fund CHP to Promote Motorcycle Safety

    Posted November 18, 2014 by BikerNews

    California continues to see a growth in the number of motorcyclists on its roadways. With increasing numbers of both cars and motorcycles, educational efforts and motorcycle safety awareness continue to be an important issue for the California Highway Patrol. With an overall goal of reducing motorcy...

  • Life has once again made a hypocrite out of me.

    Posted November 13, 2014 by Bitchy

     A year a two ago I complained about how much I DO NOT LIKE all the Christmas stuff coming out before Halloween is over,   even Thanksgiving for that matter.  Well, this year the Wooly man and I are sending care packages to Dew.   This care package is Christmas stockings for...

  • World's First Electric Street Legal Superbike Delivered

    Posted November 13, 2014 by BikerNews

    Lightning made history once again by delivering the world’s first street legal electric superbike. San Carlos, CA (PRWEB) November 13, 2014 Lightning made history once again by delivering the world’s first street legal electric superbike. Until November 11, 2014 electric motorcycles were a...

  • Legislative Strategy Agenda

    Posted November 10, 2014 by RevBigJohn

    The Motorcycle Riders Foundation Releases its Legislative Strategy Agenda for 2015    At the 2014 Motorcycle Riders Foundation’s (MRF) 30th Anniversary Meeting of the Minds Conference held in Septe...

  • Lone Star Rally a Huge Success

    Posted November 10, 2014 by BikerNews

    Motorcycle rally swamps Island   GALVESTON - Motorcycles clogged downtown Galveston on Friday, jammed parking spaces at nearly every restaurant on the Seawall and were parked two and three deep for blocks near the Pleasure Pier. The horde of bikers that seemed to have taken over th...

  • 2014 Elections and Beyond

    Posted November 7, 2014 by RevBigJohn

     From: Jeff Hennie,  Motorcycle Riders Foundation Vice President Government Relations and Public Affairs   Now that the dust has settled on the 2014 election ,the Motorcycle Riders Foundation issues its reflections on what just happened. As you probably already know, it was a go...

  • Buddy Holly's Motorcycle back in Lubbock, Texas

    Posted November 7, 2014 by BikerNews

    Buddy Holly Center gains motorcycle from rock, country legends Museum is new home of motorcycle owned by Buddy Holly, then given by Crickets to Waylon Jennings   1958 Ariel Cyclone motorcycle owned by both Buddy Holly and Waylon Jennings    Waylon Jennings was stunned speec...

  • U.S.CITIZENSHIP QUIZ

    Posted November 3, 2014 by RevBigJohn

     How well do you know our Government and it's laws?  Take the test and see how well you do.   Answer 15 correctly to pass    http://www.billoreilly.com/quizarchive?action=viewQuiz&categoryID=4&quizID=757

  • Dealernews Announces The Top 100 Motorcycle Dealers For 2014

    Posted October 30, 2014 by BikerNews

      Powersports industry's largest, longest running and most prestigious retail competition will celebrate dealer excellence at Dec. 4 awards dinner and gala during Dealer Expo in Chicago SANTA MONICA, Calif., Oct. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dealernews, the premier business information r...

  • Motorcycle Lane Splitting Study in California

    Posted October 23, 2014 by BikerNews

    Motorcycle lane-splitting study finds: the more speed, the more danger A motorcyclist splits lanes during the afternoon commute on southbound Highway 99 in Sacramento last year. A study has found motorcyclists who adhere to the speed limit and the speed of surrounding traffic are not in gre...

  • Easy Rider's Captain America Bike Sold for $1.35 million

    Posted October 21, 2014 by BikerNews

    "Captain America," the iconic chopper featured in the 1969 movie "Easy Rider," was sold at auction, though some question the bike's authenticity.  Despite reports that cast doubt on its provenance, a "Captain America" chopper purported to be the last remaining motorcycle used in the f...

  • Shades of Hot, Pink Romantic Adventures

    Posted October 16, 2014 by Buttons

      “So shy girl, maybe you read “the book.” Passionate thoughts rose up in you and you did not know how to transfer that to your relationship. Neither, you nor your lover would be eager to be tied up, much less abused. Nevertheless, you want to return that spark to your lovemaking. Maybe, you a...

  • The Long , Hard Ride Home

    Posted October 16, 2014 by Buttons

     The Long , Hard Ride Home Down & Out Book 2  This is a continuation of the perils and adventures of Tin Man and Buttons from “Up & Running” the prequel. Within this love story is the tale of how deceit and power struggles led to the ruin of an ethical motorcycle club. "She wa...

  • The Long , Hard Ride Home

    Posted October 16, 2014 by Buttons

     The Long , Hard Ride Home Up & Running Book 1  Synopsis: This is a romantic adventure of woman in an abusive marriage in the 1% biker world who escapes due to the help of a stranger. Buttons is trapped in a loveless and abusive marriage for years. She is afraid to stay but more af...

  • Death is a LIE

    Posted October 15, 2014 by Tweek

     Talkin' about it, is the only RELIEF valve that has EVER worked for me.  But it took me, most of my adult LIFE to understand that. Like Vietnam Vets, I kept my  "world"  life, secret.  I felt ashamed.  Not so much for what I did.  As what was done to ME. ...

  • If You're Older, Male, and Riding A Motorcycle — You Could Hurt Yourself

    Posted October 15, 2014 by BikerNews

    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Motorcycle injuries requiring a trip to the hospital have increased in recent years among older male riders, while injury rates for women and younger men haven’t changed, according to a new study from Canada. The spike in injuries among men over 45 suggests that more...

  • Daytona Motorcycle Cops Trade Harley-Davidson for Victory

    Posted October 15, 2014 by BikerNews

    DAYTONA BEACH — As tens of thousands of bikers roll into the city for Biketoberfest, Daytona Beach motorcycle cops will be rolling up for duty on new sets of wheels, which are already turning heads. Daytona Beach police motorcycle Officer Cody Cassidy is shown Tuesday with one of the department...

  • Motus - New American Sport-Touring Motorcycle

    Posted October 8, 2014 by BikerNews

    Motus developed its bike while motorcycle sales were collapsing around the country. Between 2008 and 2010, new on-road motorcycle sales fell by nearly half.   BIRMINGHAM – Alabama entrepreneurs Lee Conn and Brian Case are out to prove that American-made motorcycles shouldn’t all have ...

  • Today's Motorcycle Riders Older Than Ever

    Posted October 7, 2014 by BikerNews

    Sons of Anarchy? Motorcycle riders more likely to be retired boomers Their first date, a road trip to Truckee in the early 1980s, was on the back of his motorcycle. Then marriage and busy careers kept Mark and Molly Korb too busy to spend much time on his bike, and a minor accident on Auburn Folsom...

  • Stolen Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Found After 42 Years

    Posted October 3, 2014 by BikerNews

    After 42 years, a stolen classic Harley-Davidson was found at the L.A./Long Beach seaport, and it's being returned to its rightful owner. CARSON, Calif. (KABC) -- After 42 years, a stolen classic Harley-Davidson was found at the L.A./Long Beach seaport, and it's being returned to its ri...

  • Harley-Davidson Recall: Clutch May Not Remain Disengaged

    Posted September 30, 2014 by BikerNews

    Touring Models Clutch may not Remain Disengaged   Report Receipt Date: SEP 05, 2014  SUMMARY:   Harley-Davidson Motor Company (Harley-Davidson) is recalling certain model year 2014 touring motorcycles with a hydraulic clutch. In the affected motorcycles, a component in the cl...

  • Harley-Davidson Recall: 2015 XG500 and XG750 Fuel Cap Not Sealing

    Posted September 30, 2014 by BikerNews

    2015 XG500 and XG750 Fuel Filler Neck And Cap Not Sealing Properly SUMMARY: Harley-Davidson Motor Company (Harley-Davidson) is recalling certain model year 2015 XG500 and XG750 motorcycles manufactured June 11, 2014, to August 14, 2014. The fuel tank filler neck may be insufficiently flat, ...

  • End Scourge of Motorcycle Noise

    Posted September 26, 2014 by BikerNews

    I just read this story and all I can say is WOW!!!  Could this guy be any more against motorcycles? He did nothing but site individual instances and tie them to ALL motorcyclists. And where did he get facts like... "Both bikers and auto/truck drivers with modified exhaust mechanisms were more a...

  • Keanu Reeves' Arch Motorcycle Company Releases First Bike

    Posted September 25, 2014 by BikerNews

    Actor Keanu Reeves has teamed up with bike builder Gard Hollinger to launch the Arch Motorcycle Company to release their first bike, the KRGT-1.  The sleek and VERY EXPENSIVE Sport Bike will be selling for a cool $78,000 !!!  (Guess he will be selling most of them to his Beverly Hills neig...

  • Stolen Cannonball bikes

    Posted September 23, 2014 by Bitchy

     http://www.thunderpress.net/breaking-news/stolen-cannonball-motorcycles-support-truck-and-trailer/2014/09/23.htm?source_cd=social_misc_20140923_32173566   This is just so wrong... I know that the owners must be heartbroken, hell I am and they are not even my bikes.

  • Harley motorcycle from 'Easy Rider' to be sold at auction

    Posted September 23, 2014 by BikerNews

      Captain America Bike from the movie Easy Rider could bring $1,000,000 + When you think of Harley-Davidson motorcycles, the 1969 movie classic "Easy Rider" often comes to mind and Peter Fonda’s "Captain America” motorcycle used during the filming of the movie, which will soon be auctioned ...

  • Celebrity Motorcycle Builder Billy Lane Freed from Prison

    Posted September 19, 2014 by BikerNews

    Billy Lane is a free man!!! The celebrity motorcycle builder, whose custom work earned the Melbourne-based designer several spots on reality television, has been formally freed from an Orlando work release program today as part of the completion of his sentence on a vehicular homicide charge, t...

  • Veteran's Health Care

    Posted September 16, 2014 by Jimmyacorn

        With the recent VA scandal has come the push for private sector medical care for Veterans. While there may be a number of inherent problems in doing so, opponents (OMB) have over-estimated the cost; as their way of thinking has assumed that all Veterans should have an open door to pr...

  • The Canonball Run

    Posted September 11, 2014 by Bitchy

     Anyone that knows me knows I love old bikes.  Even if I cannot afford them I love looking at them playing with them talking to the owners of them.  Through the years I have made some good friends because of this obsession.  While the Motorcycle Cannonball is running (e...

  • Is it really about what you ride?

    Posted August 27, 2014 by Tiburon07

    i'll start with the story and then i welcome anyone and everyones response after. a couple weeks ago i was leaving work and was letting my Honda Shadow warm up before taking off and a co-worker, who rides Harleys, came out to his bike saying to me "hold on, you're blowing rice all over my...

  • TACHYON 1080p Full HD BikerCam

    Posted August 12, 2014 by ProductReviews

    Product: BikerCam - 1080p Full HD Manufacturer: TACHYON, Inc Product Website: http://www.tachyoninc.com/bikercam.php Cost (MSRP): $229.99 Reviewed By: Lucky Overall Rating: Excellent Where to Buy: tachyoninc.com    amazon.com [Tachyon Profile]         ...

  • The Guiding Edge

    Posted August 7, 2014 by Edgewalker54

     This story is an original fictional account. I own the copyright and all rights therein. This is the continued story that was originally titled 'Blood Breath and Brains'. Thanks for reading and please comment!   The Guiding Edge Jake ‘Edge’ Walker   Jake was mopping u...

  • Just Cause....

    Posted August 5, 2014 by Tweek

     Been a while, eh? I miss writing to Ya'll.  I had to stop, for a bit tho.  The personal drama tried to take over.   A SCHWING AND A MISS, SATAN!!! Yep.  He tried, still does...to make me feel bad about meself.  Thing is?  I'm waaaaay stronger now. ...

  • Harley-Davidson Recall - 2014 Touring & CVO Models

    Posted August 1, 2014 by BikerNews

    At the height of riding season, Harley-Davidson has ordered up a big recall of near-new motorcycles. Harley is recalling 66,421 Touring and CVO Touring motorcycles from the 2014 model year. It warns that the front wheels can lock up without warning. The recall applies to bikes with anti-lock br...

  • Harley-Davidson Recall - FXDL 2014 Dyna Low Rider

    Posted August 1, 2014 by BikerNews

    Harley-Davidson is recalling more than 3,300 FXDL Dyna Low Rider bikes because engine vibration can turn the switches from “on” to “accessory.” The recall covers motorcycles from the 2014 1/2 model year. If the motorcycles have been modified to rev higher than 5,600 rpms, an engine mount bracke...

  • Harley-Davidson Introduces Electric Motorcycle

    Posted June 19, 2014 by BikerNews

    MILWAUKEE — Jun 19, 2014, 7:59 AM By M.L. JOHNSON Associated Press Harley-Davidson will unveil its first electric motorcycle next week, and President Matt Levatich said he expects the company known for its big touring bikes and iconic brand to become a leader in developing technology and standar...

  • TomTom Rider Selected by EagleRider Motorcycle Rentals and Tours

    Posted April 19, 2014 by BikerNews

    TomTom Rider now official navigation device available for EagleRider Motorcycle Rentals and Tours   Our good friends at TomTom have been selected by Eagle Rider as the official navigation device for their motorcycle rentals Burlington, MA and Los Angeles, CA, April 18, 2014 - TomTom (TOM2...

  • Largest Motorcycle Poker Run: Realities for Children breaks Guinness World Record

    Posted April 14, 2014 by BikerNews

    On May 26th, 2013 a rumble was heard in Northern Colorado.  In response to a cry for help from local children suffering abuse or neglect, thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts rallied together…. and set a new world record in the process.  Nearly 3,000 riders joined the annual poker run (1,53...

  • HARLEY-DAVIDSON STREET™ 750 & 500 MOTORCYCLES

    Posted April 13, 2014 by Lucky

    I went down to the local Harley dealer for the unveiling of the new H-D Street 750 & 500 motorcycles yesterday... well actually they only had the 500 on hand but told the 750 looks eveactly the same. For those who haven't heard of it, here is what the Harley Davidson website says about i...

  • Getting to ride more, finally

    Posted April 6, 2014 by LCStrat

    Finally, the weather in South Arkansas is taking on more of a Spring like nature. I've already had a near miss episode with a buzzard. OK! It was more like a near hit that wouldn't of been pretty. Yesterday I left the house with the temp reading 55 on the bike. I figured it would get ...

  • Nacogdoches chili cook off this saturday

    Posted March 13, 2014 by naoll

     There is going to be a chili cook off in Nacogdoches HARLEY DEALERSHIP this Saturday. My husband is participating. So if you don't have a thing to do, RIDE!

  • Riding through Covered Bridge Country

    Posted March 5, 2014 by dlove5562

     Here in Putnam County (Indiana) we have nine covered bridges.  Call the Putnam County Convention & Visitors Bureau to receive your FREE custom motorcycle itinerary for riding through Covered Bridge Country.  800-829-4639  or e mail dianna@coveredbridgecountry.com.

  • That's just the Way it is.

    Posted February 28, 2014 by Tweek

     Life...is about change. Wanted, or unwanted. Expected, or not. The thing is, we have to either EMBRACE it, and face that change... OR, fight it, and wonder. Wonder why we're bruised. Wonder...WHY ME? If, you believe in Jesus Christ, there comes that epiphany, where wonder, breaks...

  • Myrtle Beach

    Posted February 27, 2014 by AKnightRider

     A new adventure for me! Riding to Myrlte Beach in May to go to Throttle Fest! My first long-distance ride!

  • His Mysterious Ways....

    Posted February 22, 2014 by Tweek

     Peg Moore I stopped at the carry-out on the way home from ministry. It's been a beautiful day, and I didn't want to rush home. When I got my drink and walked to the register, I noticed an elderly man, with a fistful of lottery tickets. He was aggravated, because apparently the lotte...

  • 2014 Wow...how did that happen?

    Posted February 8, 2014 by Tweek

     Just read one of my last blogs.  And realized, that was almost a year ago.  WOW!!! I've had a crazy-busy year, and things are improving, yet ever-evolving!  I still don't have a bike, and I still turn my head, every single time I hear one.  BUT, I've come to...

  • Run Whatcha Brung at the Old Town Bike Drags

    Posted January 15, 2014 by BikerCrap

    With few exceptions, long gone are the days of old school motorcycle drag races.  The Old Town Bike Drags are one of those exceptions! Once upon a time, long before the day of the corporate sponsored Supper Rally, bikers used put together small events that often included bike drags.  Some...

  • It's Time To Start Planning Your 2014 Motorcycle Rally Sea

    Posted January 7, 2014 by BikerCrap

    With more new motorcycle rallies popping up, planning ahead will help avoid last minute conflicts and gives time to shop for new sexy rally apparel. Most who have been riding for many years have their favorite motorcycle rallies that they have attended religiously yet as the years roll on some of t...

  • Happy New Year 2014 Year of the Wood Horse

    Posted January 1, 2014 by blurplebuzz

    Happy New Years everyone Gung Hei Fat Choy :) Year of the Wood Horse in Chinese calendar yr.4556 tho apparently there is some discreancy in the yr by some 40 +/- years between different astrological calculations in China.  Hope the New year brings you lots of  happiness & jo...

  • Winter break and good time to sneak in a ride

    Posted December 20, 2013 by LCStrat

    It's been unseasonably cold and wet in South Arkansas. Today, a brief warm front with storms coming tonight, allowed me to get the FJR out for a 90 mile spin. The best curvy country road called. I set out to check out the coffee somewhere. After all, life's a journey not a destin...

  • Biker Holiday Newsletter

    Posted December 20, 2013 by bikerwriter57

    In the spirit of the Holiday’s I wondered if Biker’s did a Christmas ‘family’ newsletter, what would it read like? Maybe something like this: “Dear All You Brothers, Mutha-F*ckers, and Unindicted Co-Conspirators,  The snow has fallen and the roads are packed with Citizens in Cages rus...

  • need to do what I truely Love

    Posted December 5, 2013 by OZARKleather

    I Have been a biker for 38 years, I was taught this way of life by a !% er at the age of 14. He showed me a world I came to love as the air I breath. It has changed over the years but the core has endured the advance of time. I became a Trucker after leaving the Navy as I was a diesel mech. I used m...

  • Smoke ‘em if you Got 'em

    Posted December 3, 2013 by BikerCrap

     Sometimes alcohol induced and most always testosterone driven, a great burnout in front of a cheering crowd is like winning a prize fight to many who have mastered the art of destroying rear tires. At most of the major motorcycle rallies you’ll find at least one sponsor of a burnout con...

  • TACHYON Biker Cam - Product Review

    Posted November 23, 2013 by ProductReviews

    Product: BikerCam Manufacturer: TACHYON, Inc Product Website: http://www.tachyoninc.com/bikercam.php Cost (MSRP): $189.99 Reviewed By: Lucky Overall Rating: Excellent Where to Buy: tachyoninc.com [Tachyon Profile]        [Additional Product Photos]   ...

  • Running lights

    Posted November 12, 2013 by Bitchy

      Wooly and I went to a Toy run Sunday, it was a great cause but a better excuse to ride down and see some of our favorite cross country touring friends.  Plans was made and we would meet in this town that their father use to own the dealership in.   We had a little business to do but...

  • Motorcycle Phone Mounting System

    Posted November 12, 2013 by ProductReviews

    Product Reviewed: iPhone Mount - Round Bar (Chrome) Manufacturer: Leader Motorcycle Products Website: www.leadermotorcycle.com MSRP: Mount $99.99 / iPhone Cradle: $15.00 Reviewed By: Lucky Overall Rating: Excellent Where to Buy: Leader Motorcycle Website CycleFish Profile: L...

  • New Book About the Biker 1% World!

    Posted November 6, 2013 by bikerwriter57

      THE ULTIMATE BIKER ANTHOLOGY is due to be released soon! Published by Blockhead City Press this book will available in print and as an eBook through all retail outlets. Outlaw bikers and 1%er motorcycle clubs have always carefully guarded their privacy, however in recent years m...

  • my journey

    Posted October 17, 2013 by freckles

  • Harley-Davidson Recalls Some 2014 Touring Models for Clutch Issues

    Posted October 17, 2013 by BikerNews

    Harley-Davidson issues voluntary recalls of certain 2014 Motorcycles MILWAUKEE (October 16, 2013) - Harley-Davidson (NYSE: HOG) is acting quickly to address  potential safety issues by voluntarily recalling certain 2014 Touring motorcycles equipped with a hydraulic clutch system that may pos...

  • My mom rocks

    Posted October 6, 2013 by Bitchy

    Yesterday was a very exciting day for my family.  At f 69 years young my mother bought her first motorcycle. ( I knew I got it from some where.)  It is an old 1978 Honda matic... a little 400 cc engine with 2 speeds.  Now with my mothers balance and health problems we all thought that...

  • Motorcycle Windshield - Long Ride Shields Review

    Posted October 4, 2013 by ProductReviews

    Product Reviewed: Road King 18" Tinted Windshield - Custom Engraved Manufacturer: Long Ride Shields Website:www.longrideshields.com MSRP: Unit Reviewed $165 (Others Vary by Model) Reviewed By: Lucky Overall Rating: Excellent Where To Buy: Long Ride Shields Website [Long Ride Shiled Profile...

  • Breast Cancer Fund Raiser

    Posted October 1, 2013 by highrisk

     As some of you know, I am a Kiss fan. Last year Myself, Deener, and my good friend Andy Held a Pre Party in Miami prior to the Kiss Kruise II. We held a raffle, giving away Kiss merchandise. We raised over $6000.00 for the Wounded Warrior Project. This year we are holding another pre party. Ra...

  • ABATE High Country Area, NWSC Chapter Coordinator

    Posted September 30, 2013 by MikeCzepkiewicz

    I would like to give a great big Thank You, and shout out to Bill Powell, Connie & Jeff Coleman, and all of the members of the Rock Hill ABATE Chapter, for the great job they all did putting together this years ABATE High Country Area Fall Blowout. The food was first class, and there was plenty ...

  • When life kicks your ass down.....get up and ride

    Posted September 22, 2013 by Stormy1963

     Haven't been online much lately, dust is finally settling some and thought I needed to update ya'll on some situations. Guess I'll start with the good news first ......the brother I posted the blog asking people to get tested for stem cell transplant.....they found him a donor m...

  • TomTom Rider - Motorcycle Navigation System

    Posted September 17, 2013 by ProductReviews

    Product: Rider Navigation System Manufacturer: TomTom Website: www.tomtom.com MSRP: $399.95   Reviewed By: Lucky Overall Rating: Excellent Where to Buy: TomTom Website, Amazon.com, Motorcycle Dealers, Motorcycle Accessories Retailers,    Manufacturer's Description: ...

  • I am just to old for this sh%%!

    Posted September 9, 2013 by Bitchy

     Okay so The Wooly man and me are getting some of the older bikes ready for some antique rides we love to do every year.  One is about a two hundred  mile ride there feild games, fun, friends  and some times some really good moon shine ( But that is a story for another time) ...

  • October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

    Posted September 6, 2013 by BikerCrap

    It’s almost time to don those pink ribbons again to help raise awareness to one of the most devastating diseases to inflict women and even a few men. The month of October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and you’ll no doubt see those who are out helping to raise awareness at va...

  • One Light Coming

    Posted August 29, 2013 by bikerwriter57

    There is a blog, written by Marc Teatum, and is titled after the recent book of the same name. Based on an original story by Marc Teatum and written by Marc Teatum & Edward Winterhalder it was published by Blockhead City Press, and released in October of 2011. Independent Harley rider Jake ...

  • Las Vegas BikeFest - The Best Non-Motorcycle Motorcycle Rally i

    Posted August 27, 2013 by BikerCrap

    When most bikers think of a motorcycle rally, they picture a large fairground or backwoods type atmosphere, tents, food vendors, a makeshift stage, dust and bikes galore. These are the things that all great motorcycle rallies are made of with one exception, the Las Vegas Bikefest.  For ye...

  • Stop and Kick the Tires

    Posted August 22, 2013 by BikerCrap

    Across the nation the warm weather has everyone’s riding schedule packed full of day runs, overnighters and multi-day motorcycle rallies. In anticipation of this busy riding season most bikers took the time to give our motorcycles a good looking over and performed all the necessary pre-se...

  • Leather Pants and Chaps for the Lady Biker

    Posted August 20, 2013 by BikerCrap

    Born out of practicality, leather chaps date back as far as when men and women first pulled themselves up on to the back of a horse. When the mechanized era arrived at the turn of the 20th century, the horse was largely replaced cars and motorcycle however, leather chaps remained the same. ...

  • UClear HBC200 Helmet Communicator

    Posted August 19, 2013 by ProductReviews

    Product: HBC200 Force Communications System Manufacturer: UCLEAR Website: www.uclear-digital.com MSRP: Single Unit: $249.95 - Dual System: $449.95 Reviewed By: Lucky Overall Rating: Excellent [UCLEAR Profile] Where to Buy: Motorcycle Dealers, Amazon.com, UCLEAR Website ...

  • Harley-Davidson Unveiling Eight New Models for 2014

    Posted August 19, 2013 by BikerNews

    Come Together: Harley-Davidson Works With Riders To Re-engineer World's Most Popular Line Of Touring Motorcycles    Company Makes Monumental Shift in Product Development Approach with Project RUSHMORE DENVER, Aug. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Harley-Davidson (NYSE: HOG) unveil...

  • A quick giggle.

    Posted August 10, 2013 by Bitchy

     Okay any one that has read my stories or knows me knows I have a slight problem with keeping any thing at the speed limit.  I have been very lucky in all my miles as I have only got a ticket  for it twice in my life.  Been pulled over a lot of times bet some how they let me slid...

  • The History of the Indian Motorcycle Name

    Posted August 7, 2013 by BikerNews

    With the purchase of the Indian Motorcycle brand name by Polaris and the release of the new line of Indian Chief motorcycles there has been lots of discussions as to whether or not it is still an Indian Motorcycle or a new Polaris line using an old name.  Well if you want to be a true tradition...

  • 2014 Indian Chief Motorcycles

    Posted August 6, 2013 by BikerNews

    INDIAN MOTORCYCLE ANNOUNCES THE ALL-NEW LINE OF 2014 INDIAN CHIEF MOTORCYCLES CHOICE IN AMERICAN MOTORCYCLES IS HERE   Indian Chief Classic cruiser, Indian Chief Vintage soft bagger, and Indian Chieftain hard bagger models make powerful debut and light up Sturgis, South Dakota STURGIS...

  • The 73rd Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is Underway

    Posted August 5, 2013 by BikerCrap

    While other motorcycle rallies across the country have been experiencing lower than normal turnouts, first indications are that the 2013 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally will not suffer the same drop in attendance. Huge numbers of bikes have been reported on highways from all corners of the country, all poi...

  • Soccer Mom turns Sexy Biker Babe at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rall

    Posted August 2, 2013 by BikerCrap

    The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally can get pretty wild at party hot spots like the Buffalo Chip and Glencoe Campground where likeminded bikers have a proclivity to partake in adult style activities. Bikers from all over the country make their way to places such as these to enjoy the free spiritedness...

  • The Days Until the 2013 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Keep Ticking A

    Posted July 20, 2013 by BikerCrap

    For many, the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally starts long before the official August 5th kick off date. Thousands of bikers travel great distances each year to attend this rally of rallies, many of them turning the trip into an extended vacation, spending several extra days on the road to take in the ...

  • Stem Cell Donation- Brother in desperate need!

    Posted July 20, 2013 by Stormy1963

    Long story short, we've got a brother that needs our help! Rick Nelson was diagnosed with Leukemia just over a year ago. He's put up literally the fight for his life for the past 12 months. While he has finished his chemo and radiation the treatments have left him with no hearing and his b...

  • Some times my grays are blonde

    Posted July 18, 2013 by Bitchy

     So while I was waiting on the rear spocket for the Submarine I processed to work on Mydol ( or My Doll)   the spelling depends on her and my mood.  Any way I spent my time getting her running.  Battery was fine,  I keep all bikes on tenders. Clean  new gas, cleaned out...

  • Biker Babes and Bikini Tops the Perfect Sturgis Rally Combinati

    Posted July 18, 2013 by BikerCrap

    The warm summer days of August prompts many of the sun loving biker babes attending the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally to opt out of the traditional biker tank tops and slip on sexy bikini tops. No matter where you look you are sure to spot hot looking biker babes in bikini tops wandering the streets...

  • Spinal disease

    Posted July 17, 2013 by babygrl1788

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  • Bicyclists Satey and Sharing The Road

    Posted July 17, 2013 by robjenkins

    Bicycling has always been a popular form of exercise and adventure for enthusiasts in Wisconsin. With the economy as it is now, more and more individuals are beginning to ride bikes to ease the burden on their pocketbooks. With gasoline hitting all-time highs, people who may not have ridden much a...

  • PAS-TiTS Nipple Pasties will be Rocking the Sturgis Motorcycle

    Posted July 16, 2013 by BikerCrap

      It’s going to be another banner year for PAS-TiTS Nipple Pasties at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally! Biker chicks have been buying up PAS-TiTS with a frenzy over these past few weeks and there is still plenty of time for these breast baring biker babes to get their nipple pasties on....

  • Still Enjoying The Ride

    Posted July 15, 2013 by blurplebuzz

    Greetings All Cant believe its been nearly a year since I last posted on the blogs.And nearly a year since my sister lost her fight w/cancer.In the last year I have noticed that a lot of my energys have been devoted to taking care of family crisis' seemingly endless,a lot stemming from being o...

  • What You Can Expect at an Adult Motorcycle Rally

    Posted July 11, 2013 by BikerCrap

    Many of those that have never attended an adult motorcycle rally struggle between the desire to attend verses the fear of the unknown. It’s hard to get a good read on what an adult motorcycle rally is all about by checking out rally photos on the internet as 95% of the time they focus on ...

  • Leather Clad Lady Bikers Roll into Sturgis

    Posted July 10, 2013 by BikerCrap

    The first full week of August marks the dates for the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and as the motorcyclist roll in to town, there is no shortage of leather clad lady bikers amongst the participants. Black leather has always been a bit of a trademark amongst the biker crowd however, as the motorc...

  • Lady Bikers and their Sexy Riding Apparel

    Posted July 9, 2013 by BikerCrap

    Lady bikers are without a doubt some of the sexiest creatures to ever pull on a pair of tight fitting jeans and while riding is not about making a fashion statement, these diva’s on two wheels rarely pass on an opportunity to slip into some sexy riding apparel before they head out on their iro...

  • Biker Babes, BikerCrap and the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

    Posted July 3, 2013 by BikerCrap

      The modern day Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is a far cry from the earliest days when the Black Hills Classic was a one day motorcycle race event with a mere 200 or so spectators. Over the years, the popularity of the races grew as did the number of spectators, and with the addition of the h...

  • Anatomy of a True Adult Motorcycle Rally

    Posted June 26, 2013 by BikerCrap

    If you are seriously considering attending your first adult motorcycle rally make sure that the event you choose to attend is truly an “adult” style event. Many claim to be “adult” however, fall short of actually being any form of a true adult motorcycle rally, which wil...

  • Why Own a Harley Davidson?

    Posted June 26, 2013 by 7X77CyclesInc

    It has long been an American custom to purchase a Harley Davidson motorcycle because we were supporting the American economy.  This is no longer the case.  Most apparel is made in several other countries over seas.  The add on parts and accessories are made in China.  So why do w...

  • MOTORCYCLE SHOP TRYING TO RECEIVE NON-PROFIT STATUS

    Posted June 24, 2013 by 7X77CyclesInc

    My husband and I recently opened a custom motorcycle parts and accessories on-line store. http://www.7x77cycles.com.  It was always our dream to have a brick and mortar motorcycle parts and accessories shop with maintenance capabilities. We have not had the funding yet to open the brick and mor...

  • No Bra Day!!!

    Posted June 23, 2013 by Lucky

    Support No Support National No Bra Day - July 9th, 2013 Boobies are Fantastic… We all think so. And what better way to express the way we feel than to support a full day of boobie freedom?? Women are magnificent creatures, and so are their breasts. Let us spend the day unleashing boobies from...

  • Very short story

    Posted June 21, 2013 by Bitchy

     Today made a lunch date with a friend that in school we were thick as theifs. It was great seeing her again, doing a little catching up. Finding out what we had been doing for.... more years then I am going to admit to. Anyway when we leave I take off on the Submarine to go to town and make ap...

  • PAS-TiTS Nipple Pasties Meets the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

    Posted June 19, 2013 by BikerCrap

    Nipple pasties are nothing new to those who attend the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, they can be spotted stuck to the breasts of biker babes at every corner of the rally during this festive week. The choices of nipple pasties the lovely ladies of Sturgis wear are many but there is one brand of nipp...

  • What the???

    Posted June 13, 2013 by Bitchy

    So after riding the smokies and playing a little in North Carolina   I return to my childhood stomping grounds.   Got  some catching up  to do with friends and business people.  But mostly was missing my family.  After getting business done, well started and rolling I m...

  • Dressing for the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

    Posted June 12, 2013 by BikerCrap

    Each year the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally draws hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists, a large portion of which are lady bikers who have spent the months leading up to the rally shopping for the perfect rally wardrobe. Comprised of a balance of hot biker leather, sexy tops and maybe even a pair o...

  • Fixing to commit to another bike

    Posted June 11, 2013 by LCStrat

    God finally aligned all the "stuff that's gotta happen" to get my long wanted new bike. Now when I walk past my beloved FZ6 of the last 5 years I feel guilty. Any of ya'll do that when you trade bikes? The younger crowd seems interested in it and two claim to be coming by to buy it. We...

  • Add an ABATE Run to your Summer Event Schedule

    Posted June 5, 2013 by BikerCrap

    Protecting the Freedom of the Road should be a concern of all motorcyclists and the best way to do so is by supporting ABATE! With warmer weather comes literally thousands of motorcycle runs and events most of which are for the purpose of raising funds in support of one thing or another. Biker...

  • Webster Westside June 2, 2013 Winners!

    Posted June 4, 2013 by Cat1973

      Webster Westside Car & Cycle Swapmeet and Show would like to present the winners of Sunday's Show......   Open Custom: Louis F. from Polk City, FL.- 2004 Big Dog Chopper   Bikes: Keith M. from Lady Lake, FL. - 1990 H-D FXR – Custom   Cars (1951-1978): Frank P. f...

  • The Babes of Sturgis Love Their Nipple Pasties

    Posted June 3, 2013 by BikerCrap

    The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is unarguably the single largest gathering of women wearing nipple pasties anyplace in the world. As hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists converge on the quaint little town of Sturgis, South Dakota each year, a countless number of biker babes bring with them a sta...

  • What's your kind of Biker Bar?

    Posted May 31, 2013 by BikerCrap

    Long past are the days when those who chose a life on two wheels were looked upon as outcasts of society and as such frequented only the darker and seedier back ally bars filled with others who had also been labeled as such. While there are still those who embrace the biker lifestyle of those b...

  • The Inexact Science of Riding Sweep

    Posted May 29, 2013 by BikerCrap

    For thousands of motorcyclists, group riding brings them a great deal of enjoyment and doing so safely is of paramount importance. While I consider myself to be an average rider with my fare share of miles riding sweep, I am certainly no expert on the subject so, when I decided to share some of my ...

  • Winter is FINALLY Over!!!

    Posted May 25, 2013 by BikerKat2004

    Wow!!! This last winter took forever to finish up. We had snow here a week or so ago. I was so sick of it, I had already ridden my bike when the weather got unseasonably warm for a few days, but then snow came back. Now it is Memorial Day weekend and it is its usual cool and cloudy here in NW Pennsy...

  • Better than Diamonds!

    Posted May 23, 2013 by bikersue

    I am not like most women.  I live in the middle of  Kansas, in the middle of the United States.  I grew up in a small town of 13,000 and currently live in a Farming/ Rural town of 250  people (not thousands).  So being simple is ALL me!   Some women and some f...

  • New APP for your safety

    Posted May 18, 2013 by Bar

    Record the Police for YOUR safety and evidence in COURT... they won't be able to get away with saying "I don't recall/remember" !!!   http://www.myfoxlubbock.com/news/local/story/New-app-by-ACLU-keeps-police-power-in-check/3HmUEAmr0U-r5UyuOHcXvw.cspx   You name it, there is an app for ...

  • new Chapter openings

    Posted May 15, 2013 by Jonesy1340

    I have been in a club, albeit a social riding club for over 10 years. Some of you readers know this already. Some don't, for all intentts and purposes its called the American Motorcycle Club. Our club motto is The drinking club with a motorcycle problem. It must sound funny to some that an...

  • I Miss My Son

    Posted May 15, 2013 by jpete115

    On October 17, 1996, my son Matthew was coming home from a sport banquet that wa sponsored by his school, Jim Elliott Christian Academy. He was a really good basketball player and loved to play soccer for another school. He and I did not see eye to eye on a lot of things, but when it came to sports,...

  • Lady Bike Leather can be Sexy, Fun and Functional

    Posted May 14, 2013 by BikerCrap

      It cannot be confirmed, but rumor has it, the first lady to ever throw her leg over the seat of a motorcycle was geared up in leather. Little has changed since that first ride as women on two wheels still put their leather one when they ride however, lady biker leather has come a long w...

  • Unscrupulous Rally Attendees Taking Your Photo for Profit

    Posted May 11, 2013 by BikerCrap

      Those that regularly attend motorcycle rallies have grown accustom to people walking around with digital cameras or snapping pictures on their cell phones, these little devices have simply become a part of life. And as people have become more complacent of people snapping their picture,...

  • Webster Westside Winners!!

    Posted May 8, 2013 by Cat1973

      Hello to all..... Our Sunday show started out on the chilly side, but then of course, It turned out to be a beautiful day!! We had a great show and swap meet. Thanks to everyone! We have the Winners! .... Open customs: Rick W. of Sparr, FL. - 2007 Thunder Mountain custom – Keyston...

  • Redwood Run - The Last of the Old School Biker Parties

    Posted May 8, 2013 by BikerCrap

    Each June some 4-5 thousand bikers ascend on a tiny little dot on the map known as Piercy, California for a little biker get together better known as the Redwood Run! What may be the last of the real old school biker parties, the Redwood Run is more of an annual reunion of close friends than a ...

  • What Is a Biker Babe?

    Posted May 7, 2013 by BikerCrap

      The first thing that comes to mind for many, when they hear or see the phrase “Biker Babe” is a vision of some 19 year old hard body in a bikini posing alongside a $50 thousand dollar custom chopper. While there might actually be a handful of such women, the vast majority of...

  • When I Ride... a poem

    Posted May 3, 2013 by Edgewalker54

     When I Ride By Jake Walker     Steel and leather wrap me. Black and Chrome, they greet me. The tang of fuel and the hint of oil Remind me of my recent toil.   My mind recites the Starting Ritual. A mantra for a motor, by now habitual. Flip the gas and retard the spark...

  • Fence Net Shirts, Bikini Tops and Nipple Pasties

    Posted May 3, 2013 by BikerCrap

      Fence net shirts, bikini tops and nipple pastes, just add booty shorts and a pair of chaps and you’re packed and ready to go to your next bike rally! If you have attended virtually any sizable motorcycle event you have no doubt run across pretty ladies wearing fence net shirts over un...

  • CJ Rides For a Resaon!

    Posted May 3, 2013 by tanzanitediamond

    Hello to my Friends on Cyclefish! This story/blog/link  is about an awesome young man named CJ, and he is now, eight years of age!  He is the son of past clients/patients of mine. This handsome & gifted fellow does a benefit ride every year in May, and  this May is his 3rd ri...

  • What to Wear at Myrtle Beach Bike Week

    Posted May 2, 2013 by BikerCrap

    You can’t keep a biker away from a good time and despite the negative publicity of Myrtle Beach Bike Week, created by the locals, bikers roll in anyway and so the rally lives on! Myrtle Beach Bike Week is a favorite amongst the east coast bikers who love to cruse the beach areas and take ...

  • Do Kids Really Belong at Motorcycle Rallies?

    Posted May 1, 2013 by BikerCrap

    While there are some exceptions, on the whole, motorcycle rallies and events are geared towards an adult audience and while most in the motorcycle community are aware of this, there still remains an element of the new age motorcycle enthusiast that insists to bring the clan along to any event that d...

  • down time ii

    Posted April 28, 2013 by Jonesy1340

    So i got the bike back, James gaskets on the back cylinder and standard HD on the front can you believe it..3 set of gaskets. My mate the mechanic was pissed off. So was I, my other mate who I kind of crapped on just laughed at me. Next time he said, you know where to bring it. I said yep....

  • Where's the scooter tootin weather?

    Posted April 24, 2013 by LCStrat

    It's April the 24th in South Arkansas. I woke up to 40 degree temps. What is this? I've got in a few decent rides in warm weather. Back in the 80's a friend and me used to call our jaunts, "Scooter Tootin!" Our scooters were some of the fastest bikes out there at the time. I know that...

  • The Village Network's Poker Run Anticipation

    Posted April 24, 2013 by 7X77CyclesInc

    Have any of you ever volunteered to help with a poker run that raises money for a wonderful cause?  Most poker runs are done for charities, which makes it very exciting to see the number of motorcycles there are in attendance. You sit in anticipation at registration and hear the rumble of th...

  • Bikes Are Rolling to the Laughlin River Run

    Posted April 24, 2013 by BikerCrap

    The thunder of two wheeled freedom is taking over the highways and byways of Arizona, California and Nevada as bikers point the front wheel towards the Colorado River casino town of Laughlin, Nevada. The 31st Annual Laughlin River Run has arrived and it looks like the weather gods have blessed ...

  • A Sad Lack of Respect

    Posted April 12, 2013 by Stormy1963

    Today was a bittersweet day. Oh the sun was shining bright and I put in about a three hour ride, but the reason for the ride made it hard as I took that literal, last ride with a friend. I was far from alone on this journey as he had many brothers and sisters from many walks of life.  I was hon...

  • down time

    Posted April 11, 2013 by Jonesy1340

    Talk about something that sux bigtime...Down Time. my cycle has nearly 60,000 miles on it...the heads have never been off it since new..I blew a head gasket and it needed to be fixed, I also found out the oil rings needed changing aswell..no biggy...cylinders have been honed one shiny spot on the fr...

  • Dressing Up for the Laughlin River Run

    Posted April 10, 2013 by BikerCrap

      April is the month that bikers, from all over the western states, head in the direction of the Colorada River and all converge on the Casino City of Laughlin, Nevada to attend the annual Laughlin River Run. Amongst those in attendance are thousands of lady riders all dressed up in their...

  • Ohio Motorcycle safety Kit Free valuable Motorcycle stuff

    Posted April 10, 2013 by castellilaw

    Motorcycles riding is a dangerous sport. but there are things you can do to increase your chances of survival . Would you like top learn over 50 safety tips that could save your life. How about financial protection for your family in case a cager causes you harm ? Bad tires cann kill. free tire ...

  • April 2013 Newsletter

    Posted April 7, 2013 by Newsletter

    We apologize that we have not had a newsletter since November 2012. Things have been super busy around here coming off our best year ever in 2012 and starting out even bigger in 2013. We now have more visitors, users and advertisers than ever before!!! Spring is here and I know most of you are enjo...

  • D-E-D, DEAD is a Colorado Book Award finalist!

    Posted April 6, 2013 by Animal

    My novel, D-E-D, DEAD has been named a finalist (one of three) in the 2013 Colorado Book Awards! Check it out at http://larryanimalgarner.com or shoot me a pm. I'll be doing a reading/signing in Denver at the Denver press Club on Thursday, April 25 at 6:30. Come on out and say hey!   ...

  • Let’s go to Unadilla and Party at the Angel City Spring Rally

    Posted April 3, 2013 by BikerCrap

      The men are checking their bikes over while the biker ladies are starting to lay out their favorite sexy bike rally apparel all in anticipation of the upcoming Angel City Spring Rally. Without a doubt one of the favorites with the adult biker crowd, the Angel City Spring Rally is the pe...

  • The Adventures of Olive Pearl and Hammy Davidson - Review

    Posted April 2, 2013 by ProductReviews

    Product: Book - The Adventures of Olive Pearl and Hammy Davidson Writer: Michael DeRosa Cost: $12.00 Reviewed By: Laura (HDBeech) Overall Rating: Excellent - Lots of Fun Where to Buy: www.oliveandhammy.com [Michael DeRosa's CycleFish Profile] Review: I read a boo...

  • Lady Riders in Sexy Leather make the Perfect Pair

    Posted April 1, 2013 by BikerCrap

    You can’t think of bikers without a vision of leather popping into your head. And what about those lovely lady riders, the mere mention has images of tanned skin women in tight fitting jeans and sexy leather tops, it’s almost like a law of nature. Women’s riding apparel has c...

  • Hold on to your Handlebars...we're FLYIN' now! (WARNING-GOD ALERT)

    Posted March 31, 2013 by Tweek

    Before you wish me congrats...No...I didn't get the bike yet.  BUT...it won't be LONG NOW!!!  Most of you know, I own my own Cleaning Business, and I'm happy to say..."SWEPT AWAY" is startin' to GO!!!  The economy has been so bad, that even here, in mostly "rich" ...

  • Mini Skirts, Booty Shorts and Bike Rallies!

    Posted March 27, 2013 by BikerCrap

    What do mini-skirts and booty shorts have in common with bike rallies? Everything! To the mainstream motorcycle enthusiast, booty shorts and mini-skirts are likely not apparel items found loaded in the tour pack of their Honda Gold Wind, but for those rally going biker babes their favorite pai...

  • Arizona Bike Week 2013 Concert Lineup

    Posted March 24, 2013 by BikerCrap

    Each year Arizona Bike Week brings its guests some of the best in musical entertainment and the 2013 concert lineup looks to be holding true to past tradition. Dozens of bands and other forms of entertainment will be performing at biker bars and other biker hot spots throughout the surrounding are...

  • BikerCrap Kicks off Its Ninth Rally Season

    Posted March 23, 2013 by BikerCrap

    2013 marks the ninth year that BikerCrap.com has proudly clothed female riders and rally goers in the hottest sexy rally apparel to grace the two wheeled wonderland of the biker lifestyle.  The website opened its cyber doors in late 2004, missing that year’s rally season but since that t...

  • Visiting the new road wares for 2013

    Posted March 21, 2013 by LCStrat

    Today my work had me on the road to Little Rock, Arkansas. While there I stopped in the Kawasaki/KTM dealer. The showroom is full of bright, shiney, and new bikes. I saw Connie (Kawasaki Concours) eyeing me, and I gave her a big smile in return. The owner of that dealership is a great and frien...

  • College Basketball

    Posted March 21, 2013 by Brewer

    For the second year in a row, the SDSU mens and womens basketball teams are going to the big dance. The Jackrabbits will play the Michigan Wolverines tonight. GO JACKS.........................

  • The Do's and Don’ts of Group Riding!

    Posted March 20, 2013 by BikerCrap

    Group riding is one of the great enjoyments shared by the vast majority of motorcycle enthusiasts. The feeling of being amongst a large group of thunderous bikes, rolling down the highway is one that really cannot be described, it must be experienced. Although it may look difficult and eve...

  • Don’t Be That Annoying Motorcycle Rider!

    Posted March 18, 2013 by BikerCrap

    So, you finally purchased that motorcycle you’ve been wanting for so long, you completed your motorcycle safety course and now you are ready to pull up the kickstand and head out onto the open road to enjoy the freedom and comradery shared by millions of motorcycle enthusiasts throughout the w...

  • A Question for Military Vets

    Posted March 16, 2013 by Lungs

    Bubba seems to have some of his snap this week, he wants me to call the White House and ask them where his patch/medal is for being a pilot (can't quite make out how many hours he is saying).  But he wants something the military told him he gets for flying medivac (?) a Fort Bliss.  A...

  • Arizona Bike Week Is Just Around The Corner

    Posted March 16, 2013 by BikerCrap

    What has grown into one of the premier motorcycle rallies in the country, Arizona Bike Week attracts riders from near and far who travel to the desert paradise of Scottsdale and surrounding Arizona cities to take in some of the best riding weather and roads offered to man and woman alike.  Mot...

  • smithville Tx Rallie

    Posted March 13, 2013 by clint1970

     Any one going to smithville this weekend for the thunder on the colarado rally??T here are some Hotels still avalible close to the event.me and my wife are going and would love to ride there with responsibe couples for a early rally. we are  riding down on satarday and returning on sunda...

  • A Little Bit About Motorcycle Helmets

    Posted March 12, 2013 by BikerCrap

      Like the boots we choose to wear when we ride, our helmets also speak of who we are and our personal biker style. What we ride does, too some degree, dictated what style of helmet we wear however, a greater influence is our individual biker style.  Full Face Helmets - Once rarely ...

  • Shadow Pull Behind Motorcycle Trailer - Product Review

    Posted March 11, 2013 by ProductReviews

    Product: Pull Behind Motorcycle Trailer Manfacturer: Mini Trailer USA Model Tested: Shadow Cost (MSRP): $1,270   Reviewed By: Lucky Overall Rating: Excellent Where to Buy: Mini Trailer USA Website [Mini Trailer USA's Profile]    [Additional Photos] ...

  • Shadow Pull Behind Motorcycle Trailer - Product Review

    Posted March 11, 2013 by ProductReviews

    Product: Pull Behind Motorcycle Trailer Manfacturer: Mini Trailer USA Model Tested: Shadow Cost (MSRP): $1,270   Reviewed By: Lucky Overall Rating: Excellent Where to Buy: Mini Trailer USA Website [Mini Trailer USA's Profile]    [Additional Photos] ...

  • First real ride of the year

    Posted March 9, 2013 by LCStrat

    Finally, the temps on a weekend warmed up, and the rain held off. Plus, there was an event almost 80 miles away. The wife and I took the bike to our hometown's Daffodil Festival. This is the town's big extravaganza of the year. Small towns in these parts do this annually. Saw the group I r...

  • Look forward to this every year!!!

    Posted March 8, 2013 by Tweek

     Ahhh...it's finally here.  Daytona Bike Week, 2013.  I look forward to this every year, even if I don't still have another bike.  Came close, & will come closer again, before it's over with.  There's somethin' in the wind.  But, lest I rock...

  • it has begun!

    Posted March 8, 2013 by bikersue

    Here in Kansas we get many types of weather.  From summer temps of 110 to winter temps of 10 and lets not forget the wind!   But Last Sunday depicted the opening of riding season "officially" with the March Cassoday Rally Run!   Ususally this brings in about 2000 riders each...

  • Motorcycle Events and Bike Rallies

    Posted March 7, 2013 by BikerCrap

      Not everyone’s taste are the same when it comes to bike events. What one finds entertaining another might think is dangerous and where some find bike events a family affair others keep it 21 and over. No matter what your taste however, there is something for you I’m sur...

  • Hey...THIS IS ME, K?

    Posted March 5, 2013 by Tweek

    It won't work.  None of it.  Not unless YOU, believe it! I just gotta say this.  So many of my friends, out there, are down-trodden, depressed, feeling hopeless...DAMN! All I can tell you is this:  YOU'RE NOT THE ONLY ONE, Dammit!!!  Look around you.  NO. &#...

  • The BikerCrap.com Watering Hole

    Posted March 2, 2013 by BikerCrap

      For all your biker party and social gathering needs, BikerCrap.com brings to you its Watering Hole! The BikerCrap.com Watering Hole is filled with a wide selection of drink making ideas for all occasions and the best thing about them is they are all Biker Friendly! The Watering Hole d...

  • Bikers Helping Bikers!

    Posted March 2, 2013 by ChaplainClutch

      I am pleased to announce the launch of Biker Up! Biker Up is a way for you to give AND receive. $5 from every tee-shirt you purchase will go to support a cause, and not just any cause, but a BIKER cause! Proceeds will benefit biker medical clinics for uninsured bikers, bikers who h...

  • 3 Ways To Screw-Up An Apology

    Posted February 28, 2013 by ChaplainClutch

      I say, and do, dumb things all the time. I’ve grown to accept that my humanity will eventually result in making mistakes in word and in deed. I’ve also grown to accept that that doesn’t give me permission to continue down an occasional path of hurting or offending someone just because I’m hu...

  • Get Out And Kick The Tires, It’s Motorcycle Maintenance Season

    Posted February 27, 2013 by BikerCrap

    Spring is just around the corner so it’s just about time to push the bike out and give her the once over twice. That’s right, the time has arrived and after sitting all winter, it’s time to do your pre-spring motorcycle maintenance again, and also use this as your reminder to ...

  • Time to Get Your Shamrock Pasties On!

    Posted February 26, 2013 by BikerCrap

    Shamrock Pasties are once again making their annual debut as women all over the county get ready to show their boobs on St. Patrick’s Day! In just a couple of weeks millions of Americans will head to their favorite club, pub and dive bar to celebrate the life of the Patron Saint of Ireland, S...

  • Best Sixty Bucks ever spent on your Harley-Davidson

    Posted February 25, 2013 by BikerCrap

    The cost to maintain a Harley-Davidson motorcycle can be significant and gives good reason to learn a few basic maintenance techniques yourself. As costly as our coveted Harley-Davidsons, is the cost of maintenance to keep them on the road. Like anything mechanical, Harley-Davidson motorcycles...

  • Sexy Riding Tops and Rally Apparel from BikerCrap.com

    Posted February 22, 2013 by BikerCrap

      For nearly a decade BikerCrap.com has been the one stop shop and sole provider of the most sexy and provocative lady biker apparel. Geared towards those biker ladies with a little edge and a whole lot of attitude, BikerCrap.com sexy riding tops and rally apparel provide those ladies a c...

  • The Sound of Silence

    Posted February 19, 2013 by ChaplainClutch

    If you spend any time at all talking to God, whether it be on a regular basis, or just when you’re back is against a wall, you have no doubt experienced the silent treatment at some point. I’ve been sending up a prayer that’s gone unanswered for 18 months myself. It’s not a selfish prayer like w...

  • Extreme Lighter Biker Lighter - Product Review

    Posted February 18, 2013 by ProductReviews

    Product: Biker Lighter Manufacturer: Extreme Lighter, LLC Product Website: www.extremelighter.com/ Cost (MSRP): $9.99 Reviewed By: Lucky Overall Rating: Excellent Where to Buy: Extreme Lighter Website  [Extreme Lighter Profile]       [Extreme Lighter's ...

  • All It Takes Is A Little Confidence Building To Wear BikerCrap.

    Posted February 18, 2013 by BikerCrap

      We hear it all the time, “I love that top but I could never wear it!” this statement made in regards to the revealing nature of most BikerCrap.com tops available on the BikerCrap.com web site. And while it’s true that you don’t see women wearing ultra-sheer tops ...

  • Which Fuel You Using?

    Posted February 15, 2013 by ChaplainClutch

      The owners manual for my Harley tells me to only use premium high-octane fuel. If I fill it with a lower-grade fuel the bike will not run at it’s best and could suffer internal damage in the long run. The bike will still start and run, it just cannot perform in the way the manufacturer desig...

  • Who's Your Road Captain?

    Posted February 15, 2013 by ChaplainClutch

    Anyone who rides in a group ride knows the importance of a designated Road Captain. He starts out by pre-planning our route to keep us from getting lost and he understands that the fastest way to arrive is not always the best option. After all, taking the long way on a bike is not always a ba...

  • The Best FREE Real Biker Photo Gallery On The Internet

    Posted February 15, 2013 by BikerCrap

      BikerCrap.com plays host to the best FREE Real Biker Photo Gallery in the internet with submission from all over the country and beyond of motorcycle rallies, parties and of course those sexy biker ladies! What You Won’t Find In Our Biker Photo Gallery You’re not likely to find ...

  • The BikerCrap.com Web Site Family

    Posted February 13, 2013 by BikerCrap

      Since day one, the BikerCrap.com has strived to maintain a more personal biker look and feel to its web site, not an easy task when you consider that the BikerCrap.com website is an on-line store. One of the key elements in helping to maintain that personal biker look and feel has been ...

  • BikerCrap.com Is More Than Just Sexy Riding Apparel

    Posted February 12, 2013 by BikerCrap

      The BikerCrap.com web site was always been a place that bikers have felt right at home in. It is certainly not for everyone but for those that enjoy the more adult aspect of bike rallies and parties the BikerCrap.com web site is just what the doctor ordered.   Although the pri...

  • Word of Mouth Advertising – The Key To Our Success

    Posted February 11, 2013 by BikerCrap

    Advertising in trade magazines has had mixed results at best for BikerCrap.com over the years, likely due to the not so main stream nature of its clothing and accessory line. What has been a greatest advertisement success is Word of Mouth! Our Customers are the Best Our customers have really b...

  • Ramblings Of A Solar Powered Insomniac

    Posted February 10, 2013 by Lungs

    it's Sunday, which is never as fun day in my house.  I care for my brother,  year older, the survivor of major strokes and a disabled Viet Nam Vet.  Monday - Friday he is in an adult daycare about 8 hours total he is out of the house, and he loves to be there.  He's est...

  • Sexy Riding & Rally Wear Collection from BikerCrap.com

    Posted February 8, 2013 by BikerCrap

    The BikerCrap.com web site was first introduced in 2004 and has since provided some of the most unique women’s biker apparel to those that like to bare a little more than the main stream biker chick! The popularity of the offerings of BikerCrap.com grew quick as free spirited biker ladies...

  • Support Independent Motorcycle Shops

    Posted February 7, 2013 by BikerCrap

    How many times have you told yourself that you were going to stop at the little independent motorcycle shop but never have yet? If you’re that guy or gal, I’d like to suggest that you make that stop, you might be surprised with what you find. Independent motorcycle shops may be the...

  • It’s gearing up to be a super spring!

    Posted February 7, 2013 by MaguiresGarage

     It’s been a long old winter and we don’t know about you, but we’re itching to ditch the four wheels and get back out on the open road... on two wheels of course! Because there’s nothing like getting everyone together and riding out – good job there’s plenty going on! Check out Maguires Garage...

  • Radio Talk Show for Bikers

    Posted February 4, 2013 by qtee123

    I am the host of an internet based radio show entitled Sam Cro Radio. It is on one day a week, and it consists of  interviews with either past or present cast members of the FX hit show Sons of Anarchy. The interviews last for an hour, and then I open the airwaves for a thirty minute questi...

  • Bike Trip To California and to KeyWest

    Posted January 29, 2013 by texaskeywest

    Heading to Moneterey California last week of February for 2 weeks  on the wine trail. If anyone is interested to ride with. Also, Late May a ride to KeyWest if anyone if interested and also, upon return, to the ROT Rally in Austin. Anyone needing a place to stay during ROT, let me know and we ...

  • Bad Business

    Posted January 20, 2013 by 53Hemi

    To all my biker friends, I want to warn you about doing business with Jireh Cycles an online/catalog business they are thieves they take your money and do not honor their part of a transaction

  • following the line ii

    Posted January 13, 2013 by Jonesy1340

    The line stretched out before me, the riders get into their stride fairly quickly, for the most part the guys have been riding together for over 5 years. At times we are staggered at other times we are side by side...what ever the formation, we keep it fairly tight. Stick to one lane and just flow w...

  • More Women Riding Motorcycles Than Every Before

    Posted January 12, 2013 by BikerNews

    More women of every age and from every walk of life are beginning to ride motorcycles than ever before.  Some, like a groning number of all riders are doing it for an economical and environmentally friendly means of transportation, but most, like their male counterparts are doing it for recreat...

  • following the line

    Posted January 9, 2013 by Jonesy1340

    Big Jack walked to the head on the line. He donned his helmet, as he strode past the gathered members, Beery had already gone up the lane and was looking in his mirror, waiting patiently. The day was mild with a hint of rain. We had a long way to go, and a lot of time to get there, but we needed to ...

  • Merry Christmas

    Posted December 24, 2012 by Lucky

  • Tumbles Ashes

    Posted December 23, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    I have just learnt that Tumbles ashes will be spread along the tail of the dragon at a date to be fixed this spring. The details are unknown at this stage. But i would like to think that some here would be able to attend and ride with her for the last time. I know that if i lived in the USA I w...

  • Rentals iv

    Posted December 20, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    The first week was epic, as far as Rentals went. Chaz and the family sat by the dining table in the shed on the saturday night, and counted out the weeks takings. After expenses were taken out, that managed to squirrel away, around 8500 dollars. The girls said that all the bikes were booked out agai...

  • The Slickiness

    Posted December 20, 2012 by roadtrip

        The other day I pulled into a convenience store to meet someone, and look at a car they had for sale. As I turned into the parking lot, looking for the car  was on my mind, and without paying much attention, I just wheeled into a spot in front of the store – an oil spot that is!...

  • Rentals xiii

    Posted December 12, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    The next day proved to be overcast with a hint of a storm. Storms gather around the black hills in the summer months, frequently and can bring hail down the size of baseballs. A few bikes had been returned given a check over then taken by the next hirer's. The money continued to pour in the gat...

  • Motorcycle Deaths Climbing in Tennessee

    Posted December 12, 2012 by BikerNews

    NASHVILLE (AP) — As the number of motorcyclists killed in crashes continues to climb in Tennessee, an audit shows that federal grants used to increase motorcycle safety is too restrictive. The Tennessean (http://tnne.ws/TFU4KL) reports the U.S. Government Accountability Office found that there we...

  • Rentals xii

    Posted December 12, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    Chaz and Ernie sat in the shade all afternoon drinking beer and reliving the past. Come 6pm a rumble could be heard coming back down the street, Chaz turned his head toward the noise, when Ernie said ,relax its just my lift...To tell you the truth Chaz, I came here to see if i could hire a bike, so ...

  • Rentals xi

    Posted December 11, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    Sturgis hit with a bang!....the town swelled, people bikes Rv's Rv's with trailers, the beer flowed and the good times rolled. The one percenters rolled into town in force, the RUB's the old skool, and the new skool. Chaz and the gang found it hard to keep up. Seemed ev...

  • Biker Build Off

    Posted December 10, 2012 by gregg67

    anyone else about sick of  biker build off?!!!ruining what its all about,remember when billy lane and indian larry where in one all about the ride  and comroderity or chica and hank young.everyone knew paul jr.would win last year.hold the contest in shiny fake ass vegas and not a true bike...

  • Michigan Bound

    Posted December 10, 2012 by gregg67

    Heading back to Mich;for christmas,been 2 years and if the world ends need to hug the fam/friends LOL.wont b riding a bike up into that part of the world this time of the year BRrrrrrrr.be nice to have once get there ohhh well cant have ur cake and eat it to if ur gonna b a candy ass!  

  • Rentals x

    Posted December 9, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    The search for a rental property didn't take as long as Chaz would have thought, he didn't see the need to be on the main street when Sturgis was up and running. No body in their right mind would want to be part of that scene. Talking with a real estate dude..he was informed that there wer...

  • Tumbles

    Posted December 6, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    i just received word that Barb "Tumbles" Wilson has passed away from complications arising from bone cancer. 3.00pm Dec 6, 2012 She was 46 years old. I met Tumbles on line about 5 years ago and we have been writing to one another since. This year in July I travelled down to Fernandina Beach Flo...

  • Rentals ix

    Posted December 5, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    Of the 17 bikes that were positioned in Chaz's shed, 14 were ridable. 3 were basket cases. Of those two Chaz told Chuck one was his. Chuck looked at his father...with a blank look. Chaz interpreted his look. You'll have to fix it up yourself son. You have a had great grounding since you we...

  • Disappear and Reappear

    Posted December 3, 2012 by JustOneWing

    Winter has never really been kind to me.  We don't get along, the cold and I.  If the temperature drops below 50 I become an incredibly cranky bastard, and this year is significantly worse.  I'm sitting here at work, staring out the window on the freakishly beautiful 70 degr...

  • Rentals viii

    Posted November 26, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    Sheila Michael and the kids moved in a fortnight later. Chaz moved into the basement, which other than the laundry and heater room was pretty much the same layout as the floor above, although Chaz had made up rooms for his children for privacy reasons years ago. Having the children ar...

  • Rentals vii

    Posted November 23, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    six months had passed since Chaz had buried his beloved Thel, once a month on a Friday he'd travel home via the cemetary and visit with Thel. He'd put fresh cut flowers on her grave and spend a few hours talking to her. Chaz wasn't religious at all, but he only ever had Thel to talk t...

  • Rentals vi

    Posted November 23, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    Chaz spent the rest of the day at the Hospital being interviewed by the Police. At days end he asked if he could be taken to a Super 8 Motel in the area. The Police obligingly drove him over. They let Chaz know that at soon as the coroner was satisfied, he could would release Thel's body, and C...

  • Rentals v

    Posted November 22, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    At 10am on the dot Chaz and Thel walked into the main foyer of the capitol building In Pierre SD. Chaz saw a woman sitting at a large desk consol in the middle of the room. He walked up and asked where the state lotteries office was located. The woman looked at Chaz and then at Thel. State Lottery i...

  • Rentals iv

    Posted November 22, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    Thursday afternoon finally came, coming home from work Chaz pulled into the driveway and Thel was packed ready and waiting. As he rolled to a stop Thel picked up her bags and put them in the back of the pickup. She then reached down and placed Chaz's bag in the back next to hers. She opened the...

  • Rentals iii

    Posted November 21, 2012 by Jonesy1340

      Chaz and Thel sat down to an ordinary dinner at Chaz's insistance. Thel was buzzing, Chaz looked over at her and said, Thel you have to calm down hun, we don't even know if the ticket is legitamate yet. We'll have to go over to Pierre. Present the ticket and see whats what. I&...

  • Rentals ii

    Posted November 20, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    The next morning Chaz missed his alarm, Thel had been outside doing her laundry and walked back in the house. Chaz !!!!she screamed get your lazy butt outa bed, You're gunna be late!...It didn't happen often but sometimes Chaz did sleep through his alarm and today was one of those day...

  • Rentals

    Posted November 20, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    Chaz walked into the Lottery office, he stood in line, and waited to buy his ticket. When his turn came the shop assistant said Hi Chaz, back again ..yeah don't you know it, replied Chaz. One of these days who knows, I might crack the big one and get to go....the assistant sold Chaz his ticket,...

  • November 2012 Newsletter

    Posted November 12, 2012 by Newsletter

      Well another summer has come and gone. For some of us that means we need to dig out our gloves with fingers (sorry not trying to rub it in), and for others it means that soon it will be time to put the bike away for a while and break out the winter toys. For those who do need to put their bi...

  • Satan

    Posted November 11, 2012 by Edgewalker54

      Satan By Jake Walker   It was getting late and the desert sun was blistering my eyeballs, hitting me full in the face as I blasted down the freeway. The heat had increased and my thirst was checking in, so I dropped off a random tight sweeping exit and just followed my nose to the ne...

  • Vince Bonic

    Posted November 8, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    A few years back I had the honour and pleasure to get know Vince Bonic, and his son..I can't recall his son's name offhand, but i do recall him sitting and listening with wide eyes as us older bikers were sitting together, drinking beers and swapping stories as we all do at the end of...

  • National club rally with a twist

    Posted November 2, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    Went to my clubs National Rally last weekend. 340 people braved the elements, to travel to Lake Keepit, dam. In the country area just to the northwest of Tamworth NSW Australia. The state Government owns and operates a tourist facilty there, with dormitory style bunkhouses and halls kitchens and eve...

  • Last long ride of the year?

    Posted October 28, 2012 by LCStrat

    A week ago our crew took a 300+ mile round trip ride. The jaunt started out with cold weather gear on, and we swapped to regular gear on up in the afternoon. Last week I had to make a 50 mile ride to visit a man with heart problems (I'm a pastor and he was ready to receive Jesus as His Savior),...

  • What about...?

    Posted October 25, 2012 by Tweek

    I have been lookin' for work, outside of my business, for better than a year, now.  All kinds of work, doin' just about anything.  And I love how all my "well-meaning" friends are lookin' out for me. with suggestions, and jobs they hear about, or see, online.  And up ...

  • 99 HOG National cont

    Posted October 16, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    when i grew up from a child we had everything you could possibly want at our disposal..I learnt to shoot and got quite good at it..we also had acess to fireworx..being born in 1989 my little fella missed out on all that stuff courtesy of a few sick minded individuals who screwed up the whole country...

  • the 99 Hog National

    Posted October 15, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    I can admit it now, I was a Hog member for 15 years, not that there is anything wrong with HOG, I met some great people through the institution. But like all things it changes to suit its needs. Things changed a bit too much for me, and some peeps took it all a little too serious.  The Au...

  • Living within the life

    Posted October 14, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    Some 15 years or so back i was living the life within a life. I have already told you guys about the big dude..I don't name names cause thats a good way to get yourself hammered by the wrong type of people, so I skirt around it. I don't even use real names or nic names, cause thats just as...

  • man he's too big for the door.

    Posted October 13, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    back around 1993 i was living the life...the biker life...I lived with an ex patch holder, and he and i had grown up together, and we were both living our lives, the way most men do who are estranged from their spouces. Weekends were usually spent with our respective kids which was great, right...

  • Wreaths Across America for Illinois

    Posted October 13, 2012 by ivetret

      Wreaths Across America for Illinois State House Wreath Ceremony December 7, 2012 ~ National Wreaths Across America event December 15, 2012 Our Mission: to Remember - Honor - and Teach Remember the fallen; Honor those who serve; Teach our children the value of freedom. Our missio...

  • Anniversary's...Good and Bad

    Posted October 11, 2012 by Tweek

    So, in a few days, I'll celebrate bein' a Cycle "Fishy" (or Fishette,lol) for two years.  Sweet.  Good one. No comparison, other than coming to Christ, as far as makin' new friends, is concerned. And, in few more days after that, I'll celebrate the anniversary of my "c...

  • The Night The Hells Angels Came Calling! (Part IV)

    Posted October 10, 2012 by bikersnscooters

    He took the floor or, as it were, the blanket of our “tent” and began to weave his tale. He said that we should tell the story as it had happened, up to the point of our crawling up the hill. Instead of being scared and crawling up the hill, we should say we heard them and marched right up the hil...

  • Honda the Most Stolen Motorcycle - Harley the Least

    Posted October 8, 2012 by BikerNews

    California Leads the States with the Most Stolen Motorcycles Honda Leads the Brands Motorcycle thefts were down last year in the U.S., despite increased sales, according to an insurance industry group. A report by the National Insurance Crime Bureau released today said 2011 motorcycle thefts ...

  • ABATE Michigan Says Repeal of Helmet Law Hasn't Hurt

    Posted October 5, 2012 by BikerNews

    Motorcycle Group Says Michigan's Helmet Law Change Hasn’t Hurt Sheriff Still Urges Caution A motorcycle activist group recently unveiled statistics that suggest the amending of Michigan’s helmet law earlier this year to allow rider choice in wearing a helmet has not resulted in an increase ...

  • The Night The Hells Angels Came Calling! (Part III)

    Posted October 3, 2012 by bikersnscooters

    My cousin and I feel to our knees and said “Thank You Lord” and then we began to laugh. The other two members of our “gang” heard them leave and came running up the hill. When they found us they were puzzled. They had not seen them leave, they had only heard them. I don’t know if it was the echo i...

  • Bikes, Blues, and BBQ 2012

    Posted October 1, 2012 by LCStrat

    I enjoyed the time with friends riding to Bikes, Blues, and BBQ in Fayetteville, AR. Because I rode with 4 Goldwings, my FZ6 wound up logging over 350 miles up there on the interstate. We enjoyed lodging in rooms next to one another at $20 bucks a night, and the rally itself. Our crew, Faith Riders,...

  • Sept/Oct 2012 Newsletter

    Posted September 28, 2012 by Newsletter

      Well summer has officially come to a close as far as the calendar is concerned, but for most there is still some riding left and for many the riding goes all year. We here at CycleFish had a GREAT summer with plenty of riding. Two of our favorite events were the Redwood Run where we had prob...

  • Inspired again...cont

    Posted September 25, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    So the first of the big Jappa's has hit the aussie shores...like I was saying...no one could beileve the power that was being put out from standard. four into four pipes...then just as fast 4 into 2 then 4 into 1's started apearing...wild paint...sign of the times I guess..It wasn't l...

  • I'm inspired again...lookout!

    Posted September 24, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    Back when I was kid, motorcycles seemed to be everywhere. Everyone had one someplace. Used to go on trips with my mom, into the city and watch all the cops zooming around on funny looking bikes, well they had 2 wheels but the cops dressed in black and had black leather hats...and thes...

  • The Night The Hells Angels Came Calling! (Part II)

    Posted September 24, 2012 by bikersnscooters

    We began to discuss what we had seen and our options. “They were definitely Hells Angels” someone said. “Yea, did you see their leathers,” someone else said. “They had on leather jackets and leather vest” I said, “That was a sure sign.” We were in big trouble and we knew it. We had seen in the mov...

  • riding the US part viii

    Posted September 19, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    So now i'm back in eastern SD...Sturgis was Sturgis..if you have never been then you will never know. It is an experience. The ride back across from west to east is fairly boring with occasionly funny bits intertwined. Filling up in Murdo in a packed to the rafters gas station...I inadvertantly...

  • The Night The Hells Angels Came Calling!

    Posted September 19, 2012 by bikersnscooters

      As teenagers with a strong affection for motorcycles, we went to see all the Biker Movies we could. Most of them portrayed bikers as being meaner than a rabid Rottweiler, raping, robbing, killing and pillaging every where they went. Movies like The Wild Ones, Hells Angels, The Wild Angel...

  • My First Bike

    Posted September 19, 2012 by bikersnscooters

      In 1968 my dad bought my brother and I our first motorcycles. We had a customer that sold Bridgestone Motorcycles but he was closed for a few days of vacation and did not have what we wanted anyway. We had dad talked into buying and did not want to give him time to change his mind so we call...

  • Just completed my first overnighter ride 2200 miles in 10 days

    Posted September 17, 2012 by HDMette

    All is silent now. The images , the light, rivers, rocks, people, deer, traffic, horses, cows, dry grass still softly whispering. I am back home safely. Duke, my large foster dog thought I was gone forever. I wonder if I ever went. Reno- Alturas-Klamath Falls-Crater Lake-Crescent City- Eureka- so...

  • riding the US part vii

    Posted September 17, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    Eastern south Dakota is just like a 2nd home...I feel really comfortable there. So we, my two hosts Rob, and me struck out for Sturgis heading west via Wagner and Winner, and a 70 mile an hr head wind all the way. We hit Lake Randall and this time i got to wander around the old Cavalry fort area...C...

  • riding the US part vi

    Posted September 9, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    You know you love riding with a group of people, the time and the miles just seem to fly by, I was hauling ass up 29...well for the purpose of this it was 29...could have another number...you know its higher altitude than down on the coast even though its flat. The bikes shit...bigger jets than stan...

  • Riding the US part v

    Posted September 9, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    Waking up in Indianoplois Indiana the next day we met up with a remarkable young man of 12. He lives with his Aunt and Uncle, and they give him a life. He's 12 now and is th size of your average 3 year old. He rides around in a motorised wheel chair , and is a huge fan of Nascar..infact th...

  • Wet Ride

    Posted September 8, 2012 by Hicky

    Theres nothing I enjoy more than a ride through the mountains of North Georgia and Western North Carolina, its really a beautiful ride. My Grandmothers old house is in Andrews, N.C. so thats usually the final destanation for a road trip. I allowed this past weekend it was time for a trip so here I w...

  • The Patch

    Posted September 5, 2012 by Edgewalker54

    This is a true story. I have changed the names to protect my ass. Hope you enjoy it, let me know! The Patch By Jake Walker   Jack was bored. Bored, flat broke and had a torn-down bike taking up space in his living room because he was waiting for parts. He was used to it, living the ‘R...

  • New York Assembly

    Posted September 5, 2012 by Bar

    New York and California set the legal precedent for the rest of the country. New York as has one of the oldest and longest helmet laws. I want to get elected to the NY State Assembly and REPEAL the Helmet law Who would like to support me in this effort? Contact me here and so we can work togethe...

  • The Central Kentucky Fun Run

    Posted September 4, 2012 by JustOneWing

    So a few posts ago, I may have bitched and moaned a bit about not enough people doing any serious riding here in Lexington.  I still feel the same way, even after meeting a few really amazing people to ride with, but I'm not just going to sit here and bitch about it.  I'm doing something a...

  • riding the US part iv

    Posted September 2, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    so like I usually say...I'm riding with Rob, a mate from Georgia, (jorja) he's got one of those FLH deals with the fairing bolted to the frame...he's just got it and has put some 12,ooo miles on it...already. AND to think a fair percentage of those miles were completed riding with a damn aussie...

  • NIGHTMARE

    Posted August 30, 2012 by tiogacharlie

    Hello, I just recently had to buy tires for the Ole Bike. I researched and talked to my Mechanic and others as well and decided that the Commander II from Michelin was the tire for me. I had a matched set ordered and installed valve stems and I was good to go. Picked up the bike and good gosh wh...

  • A giggle...

    Posted August 27, 2012 by Bitchy

     Things said to me that made my LOL.... 1) You really should get that motorcycle riding stuff out of your systeam....  like that is going to happen while I am still breathing, hell given up breathing would be easier...   2) Your the first girl to ever pass me on a bike!   &n...

  • Riding the US part iii

    Posted August 27, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    The thing i found most enjoyable this time around, was that when i was back here in 2010, I wasn'  that comfortable riding on the right side of the pavement. This time however I only made a few blunders. So i have really enjoyed my time here his time around. Of course it helps when you have gui...

  • It's a cryin' SHAME!

    Posted August 25, 2012 by Tweek

    Just got done readin' Geezer's post about his lady friend.  About bein' hit and left by two guys in trucks who were "racing".  About bein' laid up in the hospital, with severe injuries.  And these two f**ks are walkin' around free???  What the hell is wrong with people?  I'l...

  • NEW New bike

    Posted August 21, 2012 by JustOneWing

    I've been fighting with my bikes lately.  As soon as I fix one problem, something else happens.  As soon as I make one improvement, something else falls apart.  I'm looking at this part, and wondering, is it really THIS that's wrong this time, or something deeper, beyond my scope to r...

  • riding the US..Pt.ii

    Posted August 21, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    So like i was saying, I'm on the road with a couple of really decent people. But like all things, personalities can get in the way. Thats the thing with road trips amongst friends especially new found friends. You don't know what you got until issues arise. Like 2 can be riding along and gettin...

  • I Get the Weirdest Ideas On the Road

    Posted August 16, 2012 by JustOneWing

    I'm getting ready for a little ride with the old lady.  Maybe an hour or two on the bike, no more.  She makes for a poor back warmer, because she wants a bike of her own.  That's my girl. http://www.openroadjourney.com/loadroute.asp?rid=5746 There's the ride I'm looking to take....

  • Looking for a Reason Why

    Posted August 15, 2012 by blurplebuzz

      Keep looking for a reason for why life is so hard on some & so easy on others. My sister is on her deathbed & she is about the nicest person you could ever meet,been happily married for a little ovr 25 yrs. Some of you know from my earlier post/blog tht she survived the surgery & chemo early...

  • You know how old you are...when

    Posted August 15, 2012 by Tweek

    I'm sittin' here, doin' my thing on the puter.  And I always put some you.tunes on.  But tonite, I couldn't decide, what I was in the mood for.  I didn't want to do the usual, cryin' in my beer shit, so I scrolled thru, til I saw "James Taylor".  Wow...

  • Are Headphones Legal While Riding?

    Posted August 15, 2012 by BuckfireLaw

    It has come to our attention that many motorcyclists are unaware of earphone usage while riding. However, most bikers don't need to worry as there are only 5 states in which using earphones is either regulated or illegal. These states are: California, Delaware, Maryland, Florida, and Rhode Island. ...

  • Win A FREE Tachyon Biker Cam

    Posted August 15, 2012 by Newsletter

    We are Giving Away A Tachyon Biker Cam Kit! (value: $189.99) Tachyon’s new BikerCam delivers exceptional audio and video quality and utilizes a wide-angle lens which captures a wide swath of the rider’s surroundings. While plugged into your bike’s electric system, it makes use ...

  • When All Else Fails, Feel the Wind on Your Face!

    Posted August 14, 2012 by HDMotoOui

    Twenty three years of marriage, riding on the back of the bike, feeling the wind in my hair and on my face-gone. How I missed my life. So, for 6 years, all I did was try to find myself. I had no interests, the friends were not the same. Sad how the friends have to spllit when a marriage comes to an ...

  • Weird Ride

    Posted August 12, 2012 by JustOneWing

     Okay, a serious WTF moment from my ride this morning. I set out south, looking for some new roads around Lexington.  I didn't really plan on an all day ride, just something to blow off a couple hours before I had to go in to work, so I was sticking to pretty much main drags.  Pretty...

  • Riding Without A Helmet In Michigan

    Posted August 10, 2012 by BuckfireLaw

    On Thursday, April 19, 2012, Governor Rick Snyder signed the Michigan motorcycle helmet law repeal (Senate Bill 291.) The new bill allows motorcyclists to choose whether to wear a helmet if they are at least 21 years of age, carry additional insurance, and have passed a motorcycle safety course or h...

  • Too Cool for School

    Posted August 9, 2012 by JustOneWing

    What is it with riders in this town man?  Lexington is home to some seriously sweet bikes.  Not a spring, summer, or fall day goes by that I don't see a nice stretched out bobber, a bitchin fast little cafe custom, or one of those ridiculous, Big Dawg kit choppers roll by, along with dozen...

  • THE BEAT GOES ON

    Posted August 9, 2012 by blurplebuzz

    Recently I was reading the local paper & see that locally 3 riders lost their lives over the past 4 days.Each case it looked like a solo accident,of course when some idiot does a hit n run they are not even mentioned of course,yet all of the accidents happened late  at ...

  • Federal Officials Mandate Fuel Purchase Quantities When E15 Is Released

    Posted August 7, 2012 by BikerNews

    Federal officials mandate consumers must buy at least four gallons of gasoline from certain ethanol-blend pumps Contact your senators and your representative today! The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will require all consumers to buy at least four gallons of gasoline from certain gas pum...

  • Red Lodge MT.

    Posted August 2, 2012 by meyers

    Thanks to the great folks at Bone Daddys custom cycle ! The beartooth rally was a hit again. Rode there with my older brother. Packed our extra stuff in my trailer, first time I've pulled it solo.  WE rode over LOLO pass to Missoula the down I-90. Stopped at Belgrade for a flat t...

  • Mississippi Backroads

    Posted August 2, 2012 by roadtrip

    I grew up in the wooded rolling hills of South Central Mississippi, and know my way around a lot of backroads from Jackson to the Gulf Coast. From the time I was a small child, all the way up through my teen years, I traveled the stretch of Hwy 13 that connects Hwy 98 in Columbia, to Hwy 49 between ...

  • Do Bike Helmets Prevent Serious Injury In A Motorcycle Accident

    Posted July 23, 2012 by BuckfireLaw

      The Michigan Motorcycle accident attorneys would like to raise awareness that two months ago Governor Rick Snyder repealed the law that required all motorcyclists in Michigan to wear helmets. Since repealing this law, making wearing a helmet optional, there have been 719 motorcyclists and th...

  • Police Line Ups

    Posted July 21, 2012 by tiogacharlie

    I hate Police Line Ups ... I never get picked...

  • riding the US

    Posted July 18, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    for Jimmi A, lol well here I am again in the USA, it doesn't feel like 2yrs has gone by. Picked up the, bike it rides great..seat let me down butt I'm workin it out. Pity beaurocracy raised it ugly head. Seems i can't title up a motorcycle any longer within the USA, as I'm not a citizen..Umm like I...

  • Birthday's Just Ain't What they Used to Be...

    Posted July 18, 2012 by Tweek

    When I was a kid, around 10, I used to look forward to my birthday SO MUCH...I would start thinkin' on it, somewhere around mid March.  'Bout the same time, the grass started peekin' out of the snow.  I would day-dream for hours, about what I might possibly be gettin' that year.  And ...

  • ride info

    Posted July 14, 2012 by Pat

    I'm looking for some info on a ride all I know is where it ends at the ride ends at the ILL. State Beach on Wadsworth rd. in Zion ILL. where does it start and when is it  any info yould be help full  

  • Motorcycle Racer's Premature Celebration

    Posted July 11, 2012 by BikerNews

    The auto-racing equivalent to spiking the football at the 5-yard line occurred in hilarious-- yet tragic -- fashion at the Italian CIV championship motorcycle race. Riccardo Russo of Yamaha Team Italia SFI was leading by about three bike lengths as he crossed the start-finish line of the Stock ...

  • help

    Posted July 6, 2012 by mrlonely

    i am looking for a exstened front end for a 2000 honda ace 750.no more then 4 inches over with a 23 by 3 front wheel.can anyone help me are know who to get in touch with that can help me.

  • Dream on....

    Posted July 5, 2012 by Tweek

    Everybody's got their dues in life to pay... So, why does it seem, like more than half my life's, in books written pages? Always lookin' back, always wonderin' WHAT IF?  It just ain't healthy to live in the past.  What POSSIBLE good, could come from that???  And yet, I KNOW, that w...

  • Tell me your best apps to the smartphone

    Posted July 5, 2012 by HDMette

    I just received my first smartphone. Have not opened it yet, but know I want to add some apps. Like "Where do I stay tonight? (reasonable and clean motels)",  "What points of interests are close to here?","Biker's routes, restaurants",  "Vista points", "Scenic routes, all paved", and ...

  • Getting Title for bikes with just bill of sales

    Posted July 5, 2012 by AlanBaTmanWhitlock

    i have bought two yamaha motorcycles. i only got a bill of sales for the bikes and i was told that them from a custom bike shop the first bike a guy had fixed by them and didnt have the money to pay for it so the guy left them the bike and the second bike came from the same place but the guy had pic...

  • just before i leave.

    Posted June 27, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    I'm writing this big cause some dudes in here are blind as bats, and complain about small lettering. This is my last official blog before i leave on Holidays for the USA. I have left my story Click click until i return..as i have to find some nourishment to fuel the story. I make most of it up as ...

  • unwelcome feeling

    Posted June 24, 2012 by Pat

     Has this ever happened to you ??  Find a posted event and when you get there you feel unwelcome right a way. Well this happened to my wife and I yesterday at a bike wash, the loco MC that held it made us feel that way. Why becouse I don't have a club patch on my back or that my wife are d...

  • First Day of Summer...

    Posted June 20, 2012 by Tweek

    It's the first day of Summer...again!  And I'm sure many of you, are gettin' geared up for some awesome trip, or  enjoying being able to ride, whenever you want.  Man, if I could box my envy, and wrap it with a bow, you'd be seein' a pretty big box!!!  And tho, I know, we're not ...

  • 2012 Harley-Davidson Voltage Regulator Recall

    Posted June 15, 2012 by BikerNews

    Purpose Due to supplier quality issues, Harley-Davidson Motor Company has chosen to replace voltage regulators on certain 2012 motorcycles. In order to ensure the highest level of ownership experience, we are releasing a product program to replace the suspect voltage regulator on affected motorcycl...

  • Att: All

    Posted June 15, 2012 by EMac

    Att: All, Yesterday I got a message from some douch bag. He was trying the oldest scam in the book! It was the old, you have a long lost Uncle overseas who passed, and left you millions of dollars. You know the rest....LOL Just thought I'd give everyone a heads up. Kick the tires, light the fires, ...

  • I should be happy...

    Posted June 13, 2012 by Tweek

    Life's good, right?  I mean, I wake up every day, I haven't heard anything bad from any doctor, my son's fixin' to graduate from college, I got a roof over my head, food to eat, and a vehicle to drive.  And I got my stinkin' money from the "powers that be".  I should be ecstatic, shou...

  • Enjoying the Ride

    Posted June 10, 2012 by blurplebuzz

      Just got back from a lot of local riding here in the bay area.Its amazing just how a person can live their whole life in one area n never see all of it. Since I didnt have the funds to cover the cost of hitting the Redwood Run I decided to see if I could explore a few local spots on the chea...

  • click click viii

    Posted June 7, 2012 by Jonesy1340

      Lurch stood there staring at the two men for about 30 seconds. He then motioned for one of his bouncers to remove them from the premises. A big burly man as big as a house came and stood in between them. The men shrugged and walked towards to exit. Near the door they saw Lurch standing near ...

  • Understanding

    Posted June 6, 2012 by LoriBelle06

               The warmth of the sun on my weathered skin feels heavenly as the wind whips my face riding down the stretch of highway on my Harley.  Listening to nothing else but the sound of the engine and enjoying the scenery around me.  A co...

  • click click vii

    Posted June 6, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    Gates fled outa, town like a man possessed. He turned down onto 476 and opened up the shovel clearing his head and the cobwebs from his motror has he shortened the distance between the bar. Withing 10 minutes he could see the sign in the distance, as he closed on the bar, he saw an unusual amount of...

  • click click vi

    Posted June 6, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    The time went slow that afternoon, for Lurch. By 5 pm he was ready to chuck it all away. Stevie had been incesant all afternoon. You better show up Lurch..you leave me hangin with these people and that will be it, I'm warning you...Stevie i have to go over to the bar..I own the damn place. It won't ...

  • click click v

    Posted June 3, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    The rider just looked at the man before him, Sorry?..aw come on we met last night, It was me who got your bike started...remember?...The rider looked at the man again...his lady had heard the comment and looked over to see what was taking place. John Gates..gave you my card...remember? Yeah I rememb...

  • click click iv

    Posted June 3, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    The rider just sat there pondering what had just gone on...a siren across town broke him from his thoughts. Shaking his head clear, he fired his bike he clicked again and was off into the night. He pulled down into the darkened driveway. A solitary light lit up the porch. Pulling up on the grass, h...

  • BBQ

    Posted June 2, 2012 by tiogacharlie

    The Neighbors Daughter graduated last night and they are having a party for her tonight so they asked if I would smoke 10 racks of ribs for them....Being the guy I am I said sure and so what a beautiful day it is in Tioga, Texas for smoking ribs ....perfect weather ....If it would just get to 12:00n...

  • click click iii

    Posted June 1, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    The rider sat on his bike and looked back in the gloom through his mirror, The cop exited his vehicle, he stood for a second adjusting himself. The rider smiled...thinking to himself, just once you'd think these dudes wouldn't feel the need,to adjust thjemselves every time they got out. The long slo...

  • click click ii

    Posted June 1, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    The rider blasted down the pavement and soon long flowing hills and pasture land gave way to street lamps and the signs of civilization. Coming to a stop he clicked the shift once more, his stead idled angrily, at the red light he had to stop for. A rice burner cage pulled up beside, sitting in the ...

  • click click

    Posted June 1, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    Dew formed in crystals across the upside of the gastank, the machine sat idly while its owner, partyied the night away some 50 yards away through the portal of smoke and dull red light...the weight of the dew stained the black shiny paint in long riverlike lines and spots appeared on the pavement un...

  • What's a girl gotta do? (STOP LAUGHIN'...;)

    Posted June 1, 2012 by Tweek

    So, here it is, another gorgeous FRIDAY night. And I'm sittin' at home.  On my back porch. With my computer.  Ughhhhh!!!  It just don't seem fair, know what I mean.  I mean, I'm not ugly, or over-weight, or a bitch.  So, why can't I seem to find some...

  • MC Bikers and Submariners

    Posted June 1, 2012 by Seawolf

      MC bikers and Submariners have a lot in common.  Both lifestyles require a silence to any one not in their club or boat.  They only accept friendship based on proven actions of others in their group.  They each have personal differences within their group, but will d...

  • look out for us

    Posted June 1, 2012 by Pat

     Praying for the 11 motorcycle riders and the family of the one rider who passed in the accident on hwy 151 In Wisconsin today   1 dead, 9 hurt in Fond du Lac Co. crash  www.bikerspost.com  TOWN OF TAYCHEEDAH - One person is dead and nine others injured following a crash ...

  • Reconnecting with the soul

    Posted May 31, 2012 by MarkNTexas

    Of late, riding has taken on a whole new level of meaning for me...perhaps it's age creeping up on me, father time making me more nostalgic, or maybe it's a renewed exuberance for life now that I can truly spend some "free time" being free...LOL...whatever it is, I'm diggin it.  I grew up arou...

  • And...maybe there's a reason

    Posted May 30, 2012 by Tweek

    My last blog talks about my need to be right.  Well, I gotta tell you, it's become clearer to me just why that is... For a while, I thought it was about control.  Or my lack thereof.   Funny thing is, I never had any control in the first place.  But the people around m...

  • Memorial Day Ride

    Posted May 30, 2012 by tiogacharlie

    What a great day for a ride. I set out early in the morning while it was still cool out and just took off, not knowing where I was going or when I would be back. I started out going to a great little town of Gainseville, Texas nestled right along the Texas/Okl border and known for its designation ...

  • Humor

    Posted May 29, 2012 by MarkNTexas

    A man walks into a pharmacy and begins walking up and down the isles, obviously looking for something in particular. The sales clerk notices him and goes to offer assistance..."Can I help you find something sir?" the sales clerk asks. "Well," replies the man, "I'm looking for tampons for my wife."...

  • A Major Breakthrough

    Posted May 25, 2012 by LCStrat

    My wife shared her plans to help her aunts with an upcoming wedding shower. I told her about my plans to take the bike out on a one day journey. She notices me reading the just arrived Motorcyclist Magazine. Then it happened! The dream of dreams! The crossroad is finally crossed. She asks, "How mu...

  • Digger - May 24th update

    Posted May 25, 2012 by MarkNTexas

    I heard from my dad yesterday that they've now amputated Digger's leg at mid-calf, he's undergoing further surgery on his shoulder and arm, he has definitely lost sight in the eye that was damaged, and is still in ICU at Herman Memorial in Houston.  They are doing a blood drive for him at Cattl...

  • Group Riding

    Posted May 23, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    like why is it so? You're group riding and everything is going smoothly, you set your pace and just hum along nice and steady, then for no reason at all everyone up front is on the brakes. Then they are off again...and your down changing to catch up....you get your rythem going...and those ass...

  • Welfare Office - Humor

    Posted May 21, 2012 by MarkNTexas

    A WOMAN WALKS INTO THE DOWNTOWN WELFARE OFFICE, TRAILED BY 15 KIDS. 'WOW,' THE SOCIAL WORKER EXCLAIMS, 'ARE THEY ALL YOURS?" 'YEP, THEY ARE ALL MINE,' THE FLUSTERED MOMMA SIGHS, HAVING HEARD THAT QUESTION A THOUSAND TIMES BEFORE. SHE SAYS, 'SIT DOWN TERRY.' ALL THE CHILDREN RUSH TO FIND SEATS. ...

  • Digger

    Posted May 21, 2012 by MarkNTexas

    Well, news is trickling in slowly and not much of that as yet.  I talked to my dad today, who talked to his sister, who talked to Digger's sister...(you know how it goes)...anyway, word is that they had to remove part of Digger's heel on the leg that was broken so badly and they have now done t...

  • Great Tips

    Posted May 21, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    I just want to thank, whom ever thought up the idea for this site. I been riding bikes now for over 40 years. I have leanrt alot of stuff concerning bikes from alot of people. But i have learnt too that you are never too old to learn something new. I was looking today and saw a post on Cornering tec...

  • 300 Mile Breath of Air

    Posted May 18, 2012 by MarkNTexas

    Well, it's Friday night and I'm back at work after a two week vacation...I'm thankful to have a good job, but it sure is hard to come back to work when the weather is perfect and all those roads are calling my name...LOL.  Knowing the party was about to be over (so to speak), I took off ye...

  • New To Riding

    Posted May 18, 2012 by tiogacharlie

      OK so I got this bike because my best friend has always wanted me to ride with him so I am a big guy and I wound up buying this huge bike I don't know why, so I have been riding around in the country where I live for some time now getting use to this creature. A couple of weeks ago I decide...

  • Brother Down

    Posted May 15, 2012 by MarkNTexas

    Hey y'all, if you would, please keep my good friend and motorcycle brother, Digger O'dell in your thoughts and prayers.  Upon returning from my trip, I was notified that he'd been the victim of a hit and run on Saturday night.  He'd been working at a local bar to make some extra cash ...

  • Soul Soothing Travel

    Posted May 15, 2012 by MarkNTexas

    Hey y'all.  Greetings from Texas.  For those of you who have tried to contact me, I've been on vacation and my home computer is messed up, keeping me from getting online at this time.  This past weekend I had grown tired of wasting my vacation staring at the walls or doing little odd...

  • Losing a Friend.....

    Posted May 14, 2012 by LolaMagdaleneScott

      I have recently had a very heartbreaking event in my life...I have lost a friend....not through death...but through life events that were beyond my control. I am not a child anymore, I know that people will come and go from your life..some stay a long time, some only a short while..some you a...

  • Validation

    Posted May 12, 2012 by Tweek

    I've been goin' thru some changes the past year, very real, very deep, very enlightening changes.  God's workin' somethin' in me, and there are lessons to be learned.  Sometimes, the hard way.  I'm hard-headed, and I don't always "get" what I'm bein' taught.  And one of the thing...

  • newbie

    Posted May 11, 2012 by dieselman

    Just wanted to give a shout out to everyone,looking forward to the ride tomorrow.

  • One

    Posted May 11, 2012 by Bleaus

    We had stopped for fuel and a coffee. Pearl pulls us off the road every 120 miles which on this day was a blessing. Spyder and I were on our way back from D.C., it was raining and the roads were a mess. Plus that rigid was wearing a bit thin on my tailfeathers after the prior 2100 miles. As always I...

  • Biker life

    Posted May 9, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    My ol man was a honda dealer, back in the early 70's. He rode and i didn't..he and my mom slpit when I was a little snapper of about 4...My mom moved back to the big smoke and of course i went too. I started school at 5, and basically lived the life of a grandkid at my grannies house..with my mom an...

  • Role Reversal and Lifestyles

    Posted May 9, 2012 by Seawolf

    At age 65 I was out of a job and married to a much younger woman.  She is currently employed as a diesel mechanic at a boat marina.  My navy retirement pension shares in carrying our lifestyle.  Jennifer works to ride and rides to live.  We both have our own bikes....

  • What Riders and Drivers Think of Motorcycle 'Lane Splitting'

    Posted May 7, 2012 by BikerNews

    Survey Shows What Riders and Drivers Think of Motorcycle 'Lane Splitting' "Share the Road" is the Message During Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 03, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- The California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) today released results of the first-ever ...

  • Did you see that on that bike?

    Posted May 5, 2012 by LCStrat

    Yesterday I was traveling on Interstate 40 between Conway and Little Rock, Arkansas. I saw a few bikes along the way. Then, all of a sudden this sport bike comes by with a nice mean growl. I glance over and there is this cute gal that is short and couldn't weigh more than 100lbs dressed in designer ...

  • Colors, Part 2

    Posted May 4, 2012 by Edgewalker54

      Colors                                                &n...

  • Dammit Dammit Dammit!

    Posted May 1, 2012 by Edgewalker54

    Ya know, sometimes things just kinda gang-up on ya, don't they? Now, this ain't no dam snivel-fest... I know where to find sympathy in the dictionary... It's somewhere between sh*t and syphilis, right? "No use whining cuz everbuddy gots 'der own problems" right? So, I guess I'm just sharing the lo...

  • Gsf1811 Back

    Posted April 29, 2012 by gsf1811

    Just Checking in Folks.  The Ole GSF has been up-dating on the web check it out.... Thanks and Ride on

  • Need to know basis...

    Posted April 29, 2012 by Tweek

    I just deleted my last post "So..now what?".  For those of you that read it, I apologize.  Cause that?  Was just me whinin''.  It occurs to me, that I don't (or shouldn't) have to post every lil' thang, that I'm feelin' or thinkin'.  Writing has always been cathartic for me,...

  • Walking the Edge VI

    Posted April 25, 2012 by Edgewalker54

    Dead Drunk by Jake Walker   “Hey you!” Jake checked the dark mirror and mentally kicked himself for not hearing the low squeak of the bar door when it opened. A short but thick man stood facing Jake’s back and just by his stance, Jake knew this man was a fighter. Sloped sh...

  • Helmet Cams

    Posted April 25, 2012 by tiogacharlie

    Just started riding and was looking at the helmet cams however not ready to buy one yet as I wanted to see if anyone had an experience with them they would like to share or suggest which one to get. Also I think I want to mount it to the handle bars instead of my helmet, it would be behind my winds...

  • Walking the Edge V

    Posted April 24, 2012 by Edgewalker54

    A Brief History of the EdgeWalker   Dad was discharged from the USMC in 1952. After that, he was outlaw 1%er & mom fell in love with him and his party ways & party days. They ran together for a year, partied hardy and then I happened. Dad settled down as much as he could, got a steady job ope...

  • How I met Running Dove. My Love

    Posted April 23, 2012 by Edgewalker54

    i had known my Lady but a few days and this dream came to me. Dove translates dreams for the 'Common Folk' and when I told her of this one, she was moved to tears. So here is my dream... "Tell me your dream" Dove said. 2horse told her, "OK, here goes. i dreamed and remembered, this spec...

  • Walking the Edge IIII

    Posted April 21, 2012 by Edgewalker54

    The Arizona desert can be a deadly place to a rider with no transportation. The indifferent sun engulfed the stranded leather-clad rider with suffocating heat and the constant wind gusts drove hot sand into every crevice of both machine and rider. Shimmering heat waves and mirages thwarted any attem...

  • Confused

    Posted April 20, 2012 by Snookinforluv

    I have tried to fit in the bike world and it just seems so difficult! It seems like a guys world lol   UPDATE..................... 4-28-12 things are coming together and I will repost progress hopefully soon. Thank each and everyone of you nice commentors for all your kindness............ I ...

  • Walking the Edge III

    Posted April 18, 2012 by Edgewalker54

    Some Reasons Why I Ride... A body can do a lotta thinkin when it's on a cruise...When you are ripping down the tarmac with a grin on your face. I get into a limbo head-space once I get outta town, letting the miles click away under the front tire. Worries of today just don't seem to have the grip o...

  • Walking the Edge II

    Posted April 17, 2012 by Edgewalker54

    OK, I call this one "The Day I Dropped It". I was in a hurry. Back then, I was always in a hurry. Had to be at work before 6 am. Had to pickup the kid by 3 pm. Always stopped to pickup my nightly 12 pack of brew and then blasted for the house. Had to beat the ol lady home so the kid and me could ha...

  • A Gut Wrenching Goodbye...

    Posted April 17, 2012 by Tweek

    So, after almost 3 months and a whole lotta BS, the ex finally met with me yesterday, to return some of my belongings.  I hadn't laid eyes on him for close to 5 months.  Now, I know what some of you are thinkin'.  Why was it gut wrenching?  It's been over for a long time,  M...

  • Walking the Edge

    Posted April 16, 2012 by Edgewalker54

    Welcome to my first attempt at Blogging! I wish to thank the Friends that have suggested it (you know who you are!) I will be putting stories, pics, riding tales and short stories I have written. Remember, everything I write here is protected by copyright laws. I write short stories as a (small)...

  • April 2012 CycleFish Newsletter

    Posted April 12, 2012 by Newsletter

    This is our first newsletter since the official start of spring and we hope everyone has had a chance to get out and do some riding. Even though we are lucky enough to have year-round riding weather, I am always happy to finally get out and ride without all of the cold weather gear.   And if ...

  • True American Heroe ? You be the Judge : )

    Posted April 11, 2012 by blurplebuzz

    The other day a good friend of mine stopped by and we were sharing some recent adventures when she produced from her purse something she wanted to share with me,and now I want to share this with my friends on CycleFish. She & her son were taking the local ferry across the bay,back from the San ...

  • Easter Sunday (Taking the day off, to keep it Holy)

    Posted April 7, 2012 by Tweek

    You probably have plans of some kind today.  A nice ride, weather permitting, on a long country road, perhaps.  Or, a family dinner, with the kids and Grandkids.  An Easter egg hunt, for the wee one's, with plenty of picture taking opportunities.  A big ham, with all the tri...

  • South Dakota Motorcycle Safety

    Posted April 6, 2012 by Brewer

    SD Launches Motorcycle Education, Safety Website Published: April 6, 2012, 10:34 AM PIERRE, SD - State officials in South Dakota have launched a website as part of a campaign to promote motorcycle education and safety. Gov. Dennis Daugaard, Public Safety Secretary Trevor Jones and Tourism Secret...

  • Arkansas Razorback football coach in bike accident with a hotti

    Posted April 6, 2012 by LCStrat

    Coach Bobby Petrino, head coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks, admitted to having a hot looking, ex volleyball player, and now staff member at the Uof A, on the back of his motorcycle when he had an accident that broke some ribs and scarred him up a bit. He admitted to an inappropriate relationship wit...

  • Willie G. Davidson To Retire After 49-Years

    Posted April 5, 2012 by BikerNews

    Harley-Davidson Styling Chief Willie G. Davidson To Retire After 49-Year Legendary Design Career MILWAUKEE (March 16, 2012) - Willie G. to Remain Involved as Brand Ambassador, and in Special Design Projects as Chief Styling Officer Emeritus Motorcycle Industry Visionary Built Unrivaled Motorcy...

  • April 05 2012

    Posted April 5, 2012 by MichaelVincentTaylor

     Beautiful day, about to get out on the road an put some miles my motorcycle.

  • Happy Anniversary !!!

    Posted April 3, 2012 by blurplebuzz

    Happy Anniversary Blubelle  : ) Just a little over ten years ago I purchased my 2003 Honda VTX 1300s.Rode her home after work nervous as a kitten,yet loving the feeling of knowing this bike was mine,come what may,for better or worse.Of course to make matters interesting that very same evening...

  • Ride Safe Tip #2 - "Too Close For Comfort"

    Posted April 1, 2012 by roadtrip

    It’s so un-nerving to see some jerk-wad yoyo tailgating a biker. I can barely handle it when I look into my rear view mirror and see nothing but grill! It’s bad enough when I’m caging, but 100 times worse when I’m on my bike. I know that you know the feeling. I’ve hear...

  • Repeal of Michigan Motorcycle Helmet Law Goes to Governor

    Posted March 28, 2012 by BikerNews

    Legislation giving some motorcyclists in Michigan the right to ride without a helmet in Michigan passed in the state Senate this morning 21-14 and is on its way to Michigan's Gov. Rick Snyder. Under the new law riders 21 and older who purchase an additional $20,000 insurance rider would not ...

  • Big Bear Choppers are Back

    Posted March 26, 2012 by BikerNews

    Well not the company, but the bikes are.  In a recent press relaese from Ragehard Choppers of San Bernadino they announced they will manufacture and distribute some of the original Big Bear Chopper designs as well as some new models to come.  Ragehard Choppers has retained the services of ...

  • Whose Choice

    Posted March 22, 2012 by blurplebuzz

          Is it anyway? When I ponder why I became a motorcycle rider all those years ago,and wonder about the idea of there being a choice in life,I wonder am I crazy to ponder such concepts? Was I always going to be a ryder from before time began? The reason, I believe that I wonde...

  • bored out 88

    Posted March 16, 2012 by jeffandrews

    Break-in day. Bored out the 88 ci to 95. KB 10.5:1 pistons, 585 gear drive cams, port and flowed the heads, larger valves and a few other "goodies".Going to break it in today. Should be a fun day.

  • Audi in Talks to Buy Ducati Motorcycle Company

    Posted March 15, 2012 by BikerNews

    Sources close to the company say Audi (NSUG.DE) is in discussions to purchase the Ducati Ducati Motor Holding SpA (DMH). Audi, which has the right of first refusal on a purchase until mid-April, is considering a total price of about 850 million euros ($1.12 billion) for the Italian company, said ...

  • Temps

    Posted March 14, 2012 by Brewer

    79 on friday, 76 on saturday, and 81 on sunday. Looks like I better go riding on friday as I have to cook brats for the outdoor show on saturday and sunday. Not bad temps for this area, Eastern South Dakota. Setting new records for the month of March.

  • TACHYON Biker Cam - Product Review

    Posted March 14, 2012 by ProductReviews

    Product: BikerCam Manufacturer: TACHYON, Inc Product Website: http://www.tachyoninc.com/bikercam.php Cost (MSRP): $189.99 Reviewed By: Lucky Overall Rating: Excellent Where to Buy: tachyoninc.com [Tachyon Profile]        [Additional Product Photos] (See upd...

  • new for old.

    Posted March 12, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    The problems associated with owning a bike thats 16 years old, is that parts start to wear out. Take for instance the other day i was out riding and stopped to buy some cigs..locked the bikes ignition, and went across a street, and into a shop. Came back stuck the key into the ignition, and the barr...

  • Legendary Motorcycle Builders Collaborate for First Time

    Posted March 12, 2012 by BikerNews

    Three Legendary Motorcycle Builders Collaborate for First Time, Unveil Four New Creations at Daytona Bike Week Arlen Ness, Rick Fairless and Dave Perewitz each to unveil custom creations inspired by Allstate NORTHBROOK, Ill., March 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, in partnership with three of t...

  • Mountain Bound

    Posted March 12, 2012 by Tweek

    It's been one heck of year for me.  My life has done this 180, that I wasn't prepared for.  I've had to experience things, I wouldn't wish on my worst enemy.  And...I've also been blessed.  Blessed by friends, here on Cyclefish, and here, where I live.  Unfortunately, one si...

  • being alone

    Posted March 8, 2012 by Jonesy1340

    being alone is something that alot of people worry about, the misconception is that when you are with someone, you are not alone. No matter what your station in life, you are alone. You ride your motorcycle , regardless the fact that you may have fender fluff..you are in total control..therefor...

  • Victory Motorcycles Military Priority Demo Program

    Posted March 7, 2012 by BikerNews

    Victory Puts the Nation’s Defenders First with New Military Priority Demo Program Victory has introduced the Victory Military Priority Demo Program to invite active members of U.S. military branches and the U.S. Coast Guard to move to the front of Victory demo lines at major summer 2012 events. ...

  • Mecum to Offer Extraordinary Motorcycle Collection

    Posted March 5, 2012 by BikerNews

    Mecum to Offer Extraordinary Collection of MV Agusta Motorcycles at Monterey Auction Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa, Aug. 16-18, 2012 WALWORTH, Wis., March 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Mecum Auctions has consigned the impressive MV Agusta Collection to their 2012 auction in Monterey, Californ...

  • 2011 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Nets $240,000

    Posted March 4, 2012 by BikerNews

    by Associated Press March 04, 2012 9:41 PM As organizers gear up for the 2012 Sturgis motorcycle rally, the final tally is in on the 2011 edition.   The city of Sturgis netted nearly $240,000 for last year's rally. The income was $1.4 million, while expenses were about $900,000. ...

  • Biker Wave

    Posted March 2, 2012 by LCStrat

    What is your practice? When riding down a highway and I meet an oncoming biker I'm accustomed to holding my clutch arm out as a form of greeting. I've noticed that most older bikers do this, unless it's obviously unsafe to do so. However, it seems that more bikers don't return the biker wave. ...

  • It is what it IS???

    Posted February 29, 2012 by Tweek

    Omfg, if I hear that expression one more time... Here's what IT iS... No matter what the hell, is goin' on in YOUR life,(comma) don't mean, IT IS, WHAT IT IS...OK??? It means, you've accepted the situation.  Or you're workin' on a change, or a fix. But what shows on the surface, don't alwa...

  • Bill to Repeal Tennessee's Motorcycle-Helmet Requirement Stalls

    Posted February 29, 2012 by BikerNews

    The push to allow motorcyclists to ride helmet-free in Tennessee has been set aside for another year. The proposal would have ended the requirement that adults must wear helmets to ride, but it was idled today in a state House committee. Cyclist argue that when states make motorcycle helmets o...

  • Still Looking Good

    Posted February 28, 2012 by blurplebuzz

      Just rode my baby down to git some gas today,and I pulled in the back lot to call my buddy. I looked up n saw a young man with a really expensive camera,who asked if he could take some shots of the bike,I said sure go ahead.He remarked on how nice looking the bike was and what sort of color&...

  • Hero MotoCorp Forms Strategic Partnership Erik Buell Racing

    Posted February 28, 2012 by BikerNews

    New Delhi, February 22, 2012: In a landmark development, the world’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer, Hero MotoCorp Ltd. (HMCL), today announced forging a strategic partnership with Erik Buell Racing (EBR) of the US, encompassing multiple areas of collaboration.   As part of the partnership...

  • Rising gas prices means more bike interest.

    Posted February 27, 2012 by LCStrat

    Many people are facing pain at the pump. As the weather warms up people will gain an interest in scooters and motorcycles. They will be watching us. How can we promote what we enjoy and love doing? Take an interest in that person who starts asking all kinds of questions, and show interest as they sh...

  • Installing Jets on a Magna V45

    Posted February 23, 2012 by CarbJetKits

     This section is an example on how to install Jets. We are showing this on a magna V45, but the install is very similar on any bike. Note: Clicking on any image will show you a full size image in a new window   Showing a carburetor bank removed from bike.   Before we start ple...

  • Hardcore Choppers to Launch Custom Chopper Kits and Rollers

    Posted February 22, 2012 by BikerNews

    Custom Motorcycle Manufacturer Hardcore Choppers Announces Launch of Custom Chopper Kits and Rollers With 16 years of experience building high-end custom choppers, Hardcore Choppers is now expanding their production to include customizable bike kits and rolling chassis kits. Sterling, VA (PRW...

  • 2012 charity ride

    Posted February 21, 2012 by Robby

    hi to all we are trying to organise a first anual benefit ride in the San Francisco North bay, it is in the beginning stages and we like to see what kind of feed back we are getting on cycle fish. the beneficiaries are not picked we are open for suggestions. Robby

  • Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys and the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

    Posted February 17, 2012 by BikerNews

    Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys and the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Reach Sponsorship Agreement Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys Announced as Official Attorney Sponsor of the 2012 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Sturgis, South Dakota (PRWEB) February 17, 2012 Sturgis, South Dakota, home of the large...

  • Finally get to ride the winding country road.

    Posted February 17, 2012 by LCStrat

    The weather is cloudy, some wind, temp nearing 60, and 90% chance of rain tomorrow and colder. For a few months now I've longed to take the FZ6 out on a winding country HWY that passes through some small rural towns, and goes by the old homeplace of Paul "Bear" Bryant, legendary football coach of th...

  • Riding in our 80's!

    Posted February 16, 2012 by LCStrat

    I've seen, and know one personally, two men in their late 70's or early 80's on mopeds. I say God bless them. Hmmm, one day the heavy cruisers, sport touring rigs, not to mention the big touring rigs, will be more than we can handle weight wise. Now consider this! Kawasaki makes a hot looking 250 ni...

  • Tennessee Bill to Repeal Mandatory Helmet Law

    Posted February 15, 2012 by BikerNews

    The current law in Tennessee now requires that a helmet must be worn by everyone who rides a motorcycle.  A current bill - House Bill 2661 - would make helmet-wearing optional for Tennessee Motorcycle Riders 21 or older if the bill is passed. However sources close to the Tennessee government...

  • Ducati For Sale - $1,320,000,000.00

    Posted February 13, 2012 by BikerNews

    When I read the headline on the press release "Ducati for Sale at 1 billion euros", my first thought was Ducati really out did themself this time with the release of a new outrageously overpriced high-performance motorcycle.  However, after reading further I realized it was the entire company t...

  • February 2012 CycleFish Newsletter

    Posted February 12, 2012 by Newsletter

    Well here we are in February and the holidays are finally behind us and things are getting back to normal. For some the riding season never ends and they are out enjoying the "early spring" riding weather, for others there may still be a short wait before the bike is back on the road. Whether you ar...

  • Impressioning young minds

    Posted February 10, 2012 by LCStrat

    Made my annual pilgimage to the tax man, and with time to kill I visited a local bike dealership. Inside is a young man drooling over GSXRs and a Yamaha FZ6R. I told him as he sat on one, "Hey man, that bike looks good on you!" He smiled and wanted to know the difference between the FZ6R and the GSX...

  • Spring has Sprung Riding time !!

    Posted February 10, 2012 by blurplebuzz

    Seems like spring has sprung early out here ! The weather has turned pleasantly mild n the bitter cold has passed,the acacia tree's are blooming all over the place !! Crazy for this time of year , yet not the first time I have seen it out here . Just changed the oil yesterday & pulled the plug...

  • Y'all inspired me to a cold ride.

    Posted February 9, 2012 by LCStrat

    I had some people to visit and pray with 50 miles away. After being on this site for a week, though it was 53 degrees, I left out on the bike. I'd misplaced my winter riding gloves, but I'm tough. I put on the summer mesh perferated gloves and headed out with a smile on my face. In the sun, it wasn'...

  • Stolen Antique Motorcycle

    Posted February 9, 2012 by Wooly

      Los Angeles ABC affiliate KABC-TV reports that a vintage motorcycle collector was robbed of his 1914 overhead cam Cyclone and a Honda CR110 racer when a pair of intruders broke into the man’s house, tied him up and made off with the two race bikes, which are valued at approximately $1 ...

  • Vegas Vacation

    Posted February 9, 2012 by jhwooley52

    Well our annual Vegas Vacation week has been chosen. The last week in May. Included in the Vegas trip will be a side trip to Oceanside, CA. to visit my daughter, her husband (whom I have not met yet), and my Grandsons. I will be posting along the way, and including pictures. Anyone who has made the...

  • UCLEAR Helmet Communicator - Product Review

    Posted February 7, 2012 by ProductReviews

    Product: HBC 100 Helmet Communication System Manufacturer: UCLEAR Product Website: http://www.uclear-digital.com/ Cost (MSRP): $229.95 Reviewed By: Lucky Overall Rating: Excellent [UCLEAR Profile]        Where to Buy: Participating Motorcycle Dealers, Amazo...

  • Hellooooo Everyone! :)

    Posted February 6, 2012 by Anastasia

    HIya everyone......nice to meet you! A friend suggested this site and I love what I see so far. I'm fairly new to the Austin, Tx area and don't know a single soul here. Haven't ridden in years but really enjoyed it. Lookin to meet some nice peeps in my area and go have some fun!

  • Chat Room

    Posted February 4, 2012 by LCStrat

    Chat rooms can be a lot of fun, and a great way to get to know everyone. We need to set a time for a bunch of us to go in there and get things started. Hmmm, wonder what time will be best for everyone on Monday evening? lol

  • Off Day & Raining

    Posted February 3, 2012 by LCStrat

    Yesterday I waxed and pollished the bike for my two days off. The weather is unseasonably warm, but raining. In fact, it's supposed to rain on both of my off days. I've read both of my motorcycle mag. subscriptions for this month. I've drooled over all my dream bikes on the internet. Anyone dre...

  • Hey Movin,,,,My winter

    Posted February 2, 2012 by Edge

    The winters here in the Southern Tier are usually crap, and long. This year however is a bit different. Not having a garage I stored my bike elsewhere for the winter.  Have not rode since the beggining of Janurary.  Now mind you when the temps drop, the snow piles up, and the gloom lasts...

  • Revolution? NO...Evolution!!!

    Posted February 1, 2012 by Tweek

    I was reading the comments on my "you get the best of me" post.  And I really like what Ya'll have to say.  I will add, however, that as far as I know, NO one offers free "counseling".  I've applied for a med/card, (the newest revolution) but they have to do all their "financial backg...

  • Favorite Places

    Posted February 1, 2012 by TinaMc

    I woke this morning in one of those low moods where I just couldn't go to work, so I called in.  I'm sure the office is flipping out since I've only taken 2 sick days in 3 years and those two were last summer when I stayed home to pass a kidney stone.  Anyway as I sit here, I always try to...

  • ~ Never Judge Anyone ~

    Posted February 1, 2012 by TinaMc

    I read this a while back and was touched by the message.  As a person that rides my own bike, I know I've been mis-judged as I'm sure we all have.  Enjoy the messge: A doctor entered the hospital in a hurry after being called in for an urgent surgery. He answered the call ASAP, changed hi...

  • Dreams, Doc's story

    Posted January 30, 2012 by afeistyredhead

    My first short story... Enjoy!    Monday evening I met a girl at the beach, I could not go past without at least saying hello. I got a very weak hello in return, but she answered. I walked alone down the beach for a mile before I turned going back. I was preoccupied with thoughts of her....

  • HEY...

    Posted January 30, 2012 by Bitchy

     For all the 2%  Wooly entered the Trophy wife in the bike of the month contest on forms so get your butts over there and vote...

  • Part Words...

    Posted January 29, 2012 by TinaMc

    After my husband of 25 years and I decided to go our separate ways, I was totally devastated.  All I could think was, “who would want to go out with a person that couldn’t make a 25 year marriage last?”  So, for a long time I didn’t date and pretty much kept out of ...

  • ABATE of FL's Stiffer Penalties Bill Passes 1st Committee

    Posted January 28, 2012 by BikerNews

    Tallahassee, FL January 27, 2012 - ABATE of Florida, Inc.'s Stiffer Penalties Bill, Senate Bill 1754, has passed it's first committee today.  The Senate Transportation Committee passed the Bill with 7 yes votes and zero no votes. Doc, ABATE of Florida's Lobbiest, spoke before the...

  • Wandering/wondering is there a difference?

    Posted January 28, 2012 by afeistyredhead

    So I've been thinking, (I know dangerous) and I came to the conclusion that, our mind is like a hallway with many doors. I said that to someone the other day and she said "yeah, with women all the freakin doors are open". I told her that's because of the multi tasking abilities we are blessed with! ...

  • Missing it!

    Posted January 27, 2012 by Diek

    Awaken early on a Saturday morning,the sun is starting to show it self.You find yourself smiling because you know what you have in mind.Crack open the closet,dig out the boots,and holiest pair of levis and the Tshirt sporting the HD,and of course the jacket,ah the smell of that jacket that you ...

  • Pecan Theif

    Posted January 27, 2012 by Bleaus

    For those who have never heard of Miss Ella let me briefly introduce her. Miss Ella is....um ....Well Miss Ella is ........unique! No thats wrong and I dont want to start this entry with a fib. Who is Miss Ella? She is the 76 year old mother of my old man Spyder. What is Miss Ella? The meanest...

  • A evil giggle...

    Posted January 26, 2012 by Bitchy

    Okay I am going to get my typing fingers wet over on my new play ground.  For those that don't know me I joke alot, okay amost always...and every once in a while I type a little blog about some thing tht made me laugh, I call them my giggles ...  Never serious and usually it is just a simp...

  • We, as we are...

    Posted January 26, 2012 by afeistyredhead

     A compilation of mine and my daughter's hearts being fused. Enjoy (:   The silence is deafening, I hear it calling my name, through laughter and tears, I dont feel the same. I hear the cries of the children left at the door They all have needs, some have even more The parents as har...

  • Bitchy and Wooly

    Posted January 24, 2012 by Wooly

          ....My name is Wooly.  Damn glad to meet Ya!!!!!   How do ya like me so far?  (Ok... stole that from Freddie E...But loved it!). Bitchy and I reasently joined here along with a few of our cohorts...  Many we have had the pleasure to have met in p...

  • My first EVER political BLOG......hahaha !!

    Posted January 24, 2012 by wolfspiritrebelrogue

    Well last night as luck would have it, me and the old man were just plain outright bored. So after skimming thru quite a few channels on the old boob tube we came upon the Florida Republican candidates debate.......the discussion then was "well should we watch it ?" and "we haven't bothered wat...

  • The First of Miss Ella

    Posted January 24, 2012 by Bleaus

    I still have no idea what just happened!  I was simply eating dinner with Spyder when his mom came over. She looked at our meal and pointed to the Artichokes(I happen to love them being an AZ gal) "WHAT is THAT?" she asks. I told her it was an artichoke and very good for the body.Its a cactu...

  • Life and Death

    Posted January 23, 2012 by americanhellcat1

    As I sit here and think about life and death. I try to focus on the good memories of those who have left. That is hard to do sometimes though, especially when they have been murdered, because some idiot wasn't paying attention to the road, or because someone decided to end the life of another by sho...

  • The Big Bad Biker

    Posted January 21, 2012 by LBeri

      Parents these days have to do everything in our power to protect our children. This includes educating them to the dangers around them, teaching them to call for help, and providing basic knowledge of good touch/bad touch, etc. Now, when we were young, we didn’t really need to worry mu...

  • Vegas Motorcycle Auction Brings in $4.1 Million

    Posted January 19, 2012 by BikerNews

    AUBURN, Indiana (Jan.17, 2012) – Auctions America by RM enjoyed a successful debut in Las Vegas this past weekend, selling more than $4.1 million* worth of vintage motorcycles, with an impressive 82 percent sell-through of all lots offered. Held at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, the Jan. 1...

  • Nash Motorcycle Company to Open Garage in L.A.

    Posted January 18, 2012 by BikerNews

    NASH MOTORCYCLE COMPANY TO OPEN GARAGE IN LOS ANGELES COMING SPRING 2012: "NASH SICKLE GARAGE" AT THE PERRI INK. CARTEL JANUARY 2, 2012 - NASH Motorcycle Company announced today that a full service garage will be coming to Los Angeles this spring. The garage will be located in the back of the ...

  • Loyalty...and what I've learned.

    Posted January 17, 2012 by Tweek

    Here's the written definitions of loyalty: Loyalty | Define Loyalty at Dictionary.com dictionary.reference.com/browse/loyalty 1. the state or quality of being loyal; faithfulness to commitments or obligations. 2. A feeling or attitude of devoted attachment and affection. 3. Faithful t...

  • GO NINERS

    Posted January 15, 2012 by blurplebuzz

    NINERS BABAY !!!! A BIG SHOUT OUT TO ALL MY NINER FRIENDLY FANS !!!! LOVE YA GIANTS,WE HAVE TO HOST YOU HERE !!! AND WE WILL WELCOME YOU THEN ITS SUPER BOWL TIME BABY ; )  GO FORTY-NINERS !!!!!

  • ABATE of Florida's Stiffer Penalties Bill Filed

    Posted January 11, 2012 by BikerNews

    Senator Evers Files ABATE of FL's Stiffer Penalties Bill Tallahassee, FL, January 11, 2012 - Senator Greg Evers has filed FL Senate Bill 1754 "Traffic Offenses", on behalf of ABATE of Florida, Inc.  This Bill is designed to require penalties more severe than the $166 some drivers have ...

  • Vegas Motorcycle Auction Could Draw Six-Figures on Bikes

    Posted January 11, 2012 by BikerNews

    Auctions America by RM Revs Up for Vintage Motorcycle Weekend in the City of Lights • Auctions America by RM’s debut Vegas auction to feature more than 450 collector motorcycles, Jan. 12-14 • Celebrity bikes from Criss Angel MINDFREAK Collection and Michael Jordan Motorsports to cross the block ...

  • Northeast Motorcycle Expo Kicks Off 2012 Season

    Posted January 9, 2012 by BikerNews

    BIKES + CELEBRITY APPEARANCES = FUN AT THE NORTHEAST MOTORCYCLE EXPOS Kev-Marv Productions Presents 16th Season of Motorcycle Shows More than 100,000 bikers and motorcycle enthusiasts are expected to fill the aisles of five different venues as Kev-Marv Productions launches its 16th season produ...

  • South Carolina Considers Mandatory Helmet Law

    Posted January 4, 2012 by BikerNews

    South Carolina Considers Mandating Motorcycle Helmets for All Riders South Carolina State Senator Ralph Anderson (D-Greenville) is sponsoring a bill that would require all motorcyclists in the state wear protective headgear. Under current state law, only riders under the age of 21 are required to w...

  • Big Bear Choppers' Owners Could Face Criminal Charges

    Posted January 3, 2012 by BikerNews

    Well if things weren’t bad enough for Big Bear Choppers' owners - Keven & Mona Alsop - they may be getting even worse.  The company who apparently shut their doors back in November 2011and is filling for bankruptcy, may now also be facing criminal charges including fraud. According ...

  • Happy New Years Cyclefishrs !!!

    Posted December 31, 2011 by blurplebuzz

    Happy New Years Everyone !!! Have a most blessed and safe 2012 keep the shiny side up !! dont forget to help out those less fortunate than you,and stay happy ;) Stay Safe n Enjoy the Ride !!!

  • Motorcycles in Illinois Can Now Run Red Lights

    Posted December 29, 2011 by BikerNews

    A new law in Illinois that will allow motorcyclists to run red lights takes effect Jan 1, 2012. The law is a response to complaints that some road censors that change stop lights don't detect the presence of motorcycles because their lighter weight. The new law says if a red light hasn�...

  • 2012...This WILL be a good year!

    Posted December 29, 2011 by Tweek

    How many times, do we think to ourselves, that a new year approaching will be a good year?  Finally.  It's kind of a shame that we have to think like that, at all.  But here's the thing, we CAN have a good year.  Any year.  It's up to each and every one of us ...

  • Motorcycle Thefts Decline

    Posted December 27, 2011 by BikerNews

    Reports from the National Crime Bureau indicate that motorcycle thefts are down 24% from 2007 to 2010. In 2007 65,678 motorcycles were reported stolen, while in 2010 the number of motorcycles stolen was down to 49,791.  Honda was the most popular motorcycle to be stolen in 2010 12,600 fol...

  • Need some advice

    Posted December 23, 2011 by ppd613

    I have an 02 Ultra, the left fork has a cartrige in it. I am looking at the Progresive springs to put in them or should I just buy a new left fork for a Road King and get rid of the Cartrige all together. Any ideals ?

  • December 2011 CycleFish Newsletter

    Posted December 21, 2011 by Newsletter

        Laura and I would like to wish each and every member of the CycleFish Familya Very Merry Christmas, and a Happy and Safe Holiday Season!   Thanks to all of our members, sponsors and advertisers, 2011 has been the Greatest Year ever at CycleFish!   Congratulations to Our...

  • Federal Helmet Legislation Narrowly Averted

    Posted December 19, 2011 by BikerNews

    Due to the quick actions of concerned motorcyclists across the country, a major federal transportation measure narrowly avoided becoming a bill to encourage states to enact helmet laws nationwide. On Monday, December 12 Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) filed an amendment to S.1449 the "Motor Vehicle...

  • Overall Motorcycle Customer Satisfaction is UP

    Posted December 16, 2011 by BikerNews

    J.D. Power and Associates Reports: The Sales Experience, Product and Cost of Ownership Help Drive Improvement in Overall Motorcycle Customer Satisfaction Owners Spending More on New Motorcycles, Including Parts and Accessories WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif., Dec. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Overall mot...

  • Viper Motorcycle Coming to Europe

    Posted December 15, 2011 by BikerNews

    Viper Motorcycle Company Announces Head of Agreement Signed with AMV Motorcycles for European Distribution AUBURN, Ala., Dec. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Viper Motorcycle Company, a wholly owned division of Viper Powersports, Inc. (OTCQB: VPWI) announced today that it has signed a Head of Agreement ...

  • New 2012 Victory Hard Ball

    Posted December 13, 2011 by BikerNews

    Victory Motorcycles unveils it's new 2012 Hard Ball model at the International Motorcycle Show in Long Beach.  Not really a complete new motorcycle, but more of a beefy version of the popular Victory High Ball. Setting it apart from the High Ball are Factory Ape Hangers, Saddle Bags, Be...

  • Progressive International Bike Show - Long Beach

    Posted December 12, 2011 by EventMan

    The Progressive International Motorcycle Show rolled into Long Beach, California for its 3rd stop of a 12 stop 2011/2012 tour, bringing with it all the latest bikes and products in the motorcycle industry.  Giant displays from all of the world’s motorcycle manufacturers filled the Long Beach Co...

  • Thoughts

    Posted December 11, 2011 by Cherokeebearclawlady

    On our headstone its not the date were born thats important or the date we die its the dash in between that represents the years we lived. Make your dash count!

  • When you drink

    Posted December 11, 2011 by Cherokeebearclawlady

    When you drink vodka over ice, it can give you kidney failure, When you drink rum over ice, it can give you liver failure, When you drink whiskey over ice, it can give you heart problems, When you drink gin over ice, it can give you brain problems. Apparently, ice is really bad for you. Warn all you...

  • Drafting old guys so much truth to this

    Posted December 11, 2011 by Cherokeebearclawlady

    Drafting Guys Over 60 (This is funny & obviously written by a Former Soldier) I am over 60 and the Armed Forces thinks I'm too old to track down terrorists. You can't be older than 42 to join the military. They've got the whole thing backwards. Instead of sending 18-year olds off to fight, they ...

  • I was fired first day on the job

    Posted December 11, 2011 by Cherokeebearclawlady

    So, after landing my new job as a Wal-Mart greeter, I lasted less than a day.... About two hours into my first day on the job a very loud, ugly, mean-acting woman walked into the store with her two kids, yelling obscenities at them all the way through the entrance. As I had been instructed, I said p...

  • Dear Santa letters lmao

    Posted December 11, 2011 by Cherokeebearclawlady

    Dear Santa, I wud like a kool toy space ranjur for Xmas. Iv ben good boy all yeer.   YeR FReND,BiLLy Dear Billy,   Nice spelling. You're on your way to being a career lawncare specialist. How 'bout I send you a freaken book so you can learn to read and write? I'm giving your older bro...

  • The "hidden helmet law" in Arizona

    Posted December 9, 2011 by JypsyJim

    I just read an interesting book entitled "The Arizona Motorcyle Accident Guide." It was  written by Arizona attorneys Alexis and Mark Breyer. This might be of interest to those riders in AZ who choose not to wear a helmet, such as myself. In the book they state: "...there is some...

  • Oil change women vs men

    Posted December 9, 2011 by Cherokeebearclawlady

        Oil Change instructions for Women:     1. Pull up to GM Dealership when the mileage reaches 3,000 miles since the last oil change. 2. Drink a cup of coffee. 3. 15 ...

  • Have A Great Christmas Season All !!!

    Posted December 9, 2011 by blurplebuzz

    Hello Friends :) Just want to wish everyone here a very Happy Christmas season and Happy Hanukah and Have a great holiday time to all those others who dont give a hoot about it >>LOL<<any of it..stay safe if your fortunate to be out riding this time of year !!!

  • Honda Recalls 126,000 Goldwing Motorcycles

    Posted December 8, 2011 by BikerNews

    126,000 Honda Goldwing Motorcycles Recalled for Brake Problems Honda and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have issued a recall of approximately 126,000 Honda Goldwing motorcycles because of problems with secondary brake master cylinders that may cause the rear brakes to drag, ...

  • My Census

    Posted December 7, 2011 by Cherokeebearclawlady

    My Census My Census form has been sent back to me, again, in response to the question: "Do you have any dependents?" I replied: "12 million illegal immigrants, 3 million crack heads, 42 million unemployable lazy people, 2 million people in over 243 prisons, 535 more in the U.S. House and Senate,...

  • A LETTER FROM THE BOSS

    Posted December 7, 2011 by Cherokeebearclawlady

     Dear employee: As the head of this organization, I have resigned myself to the fact that Barrack Obama is our President and that our taxes and government fees will increase in a BIG way. To compensate for these increases, our prices would have to increase by about 10%. But, since we can...

  • Biker Wisdom

    Posted December 7, 2011 by Cherokeebearclawlady

    Midnight Bugs taste Best Saddlebags can never hold everything you want, but they CAN hold everything you need. NEVER argue with a woman holding a torque wrench Never try to race an old Geezer, he may have one more gear than you. Home is where your Harley sits still long enough to leave a f...

  • Ole Biker A must read

    Posted December 7, 2011 by Cherokeebearclawlady

    When it comes to bikes and barroom fights,Well I guess I've seen me a few.I've straddled the Hogs and run after the broads And swilled down an ocean of brew.It took me some years to dry behind the ears and learn to keep my mouth shut.To not lose my coo land not act like a fool Over some drunken, ...

  • My "American" Motorcycle

    Posted December 7, 2011 by SkeletonCrew66

    My name is Ron, and this is my "American" motorcycle.  It's Engine is from Japan,  but it's back fender came from Milwaukee.  I got the the highway bar from a place in New Jersey, then put foot pegs from Korea on them.  The windshield's from Florida, the toolbag is made from leat...

  • New "Noise Snare" Targets Loud Bikes & Hot Rods

    Posted December 7, 2011 by BikerNews

    Hey Canada!  Feel free to continue sending Molson Beer and Seagrams products... but you can keep this one to yourselves! According  to a report in the Calgary Herald the Calgary Police are testing a new sound activated traffic camera that can photograph and ticket loud vehicles automati...

  • The Christmas Spirit

    Posted December 6, 2011 by Tweek

    Christmas when I was a child, was, simply put...MAGICAL.  I had the kind of Dad, who went all-out.  Starting right after Thanksgiving, he would make the preparations for a season, which could only be described as "JOYFUL".  And my mother, would pull out all of her holiday finery, from...

  • Is Big Bear Choppers Gone?

    Posted December 4, 2011 by BikerNews

    Rumors are in the air that Big Bear Choppers has shut down their operations.  The company based in Big Bear Lake California and run by hasband and wife team Kevin and Mona Aslop is one of the few small manufacturers of custom motorcycles still operating in the US.  Similar rumors regarding...

  • HOW TO INSTALL A HOME SECURITY SYSTEM WHEN ON A BUDGET

    Posted December 3, 2011 by Cherokeebearclawlady

      1. Go to a second-hand store and buy a pair of men's used work boots, size 14-16 - or larger. 2. Place them on your front porch, along with several empty beer cans, a copy of Guns & Ammo magazine and several NRA magazines. 3. Put a few giant dog dishes next to the boots and magazi...

  • YOU THOUGHT YOU HAD A BAD DAY!

    Posted December 3, 2011 by Cherokeebearclawlady

      YOU THOUGHT YOU HAD A BAD DAY   A man was working on his motorcycle on his patio and his wife was in the house in the kitchen. The man was racing the engine on the motorcycle and somehow, the motorcycle slipped into gear. The man, still holding the handlebars, was dragged thro...

  • what we ride

    Posted December 3, 2011 by chuckkel

     i cant stress this enough ,ive been riding for over 30 years, way back in the day ,when i was a kid  i rode a yamaha,next bike was a sporty ,next bike was a ninga ,back on a sporty now,next bikes gonna be a triumph    bonny ville.all .these posers that bought harleys when they w...

  • Confederate Motorcycles Unveils Third Generation Hellcat

    Posted December 3, 2011 by BikerNews

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Dec. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Confederate Motors, Inc. (OTCBB:CFED), makers of handcrafted heirloom motorcycles, unveiled their anticipated third generation Hellcat today. Drawing on the first and second generations' distinctive drag race architecture, the company's new X1...

  • Biker Beware

    Posted December 2, 2011 by Cherokeebearclawlady

    BIKER BEWARE I saw you; hug your purse.. close..r to you in the grocery store.. line... But you didn't see me put an extra.. $10.00 in the collection.. plate.. last Sunday I saw you change your mind about.. going.. into the resturanant.. when you saw my bike parked out front... But you didn't see ...

  • Why Carry a Gun?

    Posted December 2, 2011 by Cherokeebearclawlady

    Why Carry a Gun?     My old grandpa said to me 'Son, there comes a time in every man's life when he stops bustin' knuckles and starts bustin' caps and usually it's when he becomes too old to take an ass whoopin.'     I don't carry a gun to kill people. I carry a gun ...

  • New Triumph Motorcycles for 2012

    Posted December 2, 2011 by BikerNews

    Triumph introduces three new motorcycles for 2012 Fresh from recording record sales in 2011, Triumph Motorcycles will celebrate its 110th anniversary in 2012 with its strongest ever line-up, boosted by three new models which were officially unveiled at the EICMA show in Milan, on November 8. T...

  • Bikers are the nicest people....

    Posted December 2, 2011 by LolaMagdaleneScott

     I just felt the need to say thank you to all of you who have talked to me, commented on my pictures, sent me messages and posted on my page. I have always had the belief that you can't believe stereotypes...and to take every one at face value. I post a lot of pictures on here...none of bikes, ...

  • Anniversary of Evel Knievels Death

    Posted November 30, 2011 by BikerNews

    It was 4 years ago today that the worlds most popular daredevil Evel Kenievel died. Here is a article from the news that day... --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------...

  • Katelynn Stinnett Ride

    Posted November 29, 2011 by RoadRiders4Jesus

    In 2009 I went on a ride for a little girl that never left my heart. The story is so unreal,It makes you wonder why? When this child went through the tourment of child abuse and died. It was three bikers that carried her to her resting place. They vowed that one day all 50 states would ride on the 3...

  • All I want for Christmas...

    Posted November 28, 2011 by Tweek

    The "Christmas" issue... by Peg Moore on Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 7:48am For many of us, there is NO doubt of what Christmas means, and what it stands for.  That we will always put the "CHRIST" in Christmas.  But that means doing more than just "talking" about it.  And w...

  • My new novel is up for grabs!! Pre-publishing deal for my frie

    Posted November 27, 2011 by Animal

    For those of you (almost everyone) who didn't know it, I've been writing a novel. It is nearly finished, then it's off to the editor. I'll be self-publishing through an Amazon.com affiliate, and plans are to do a limited-editon first printing to offset some of the publishing costs. They will be numb...

  • In HIS Hands...

    Posted November 26, 2011 by Tweek

    For the second time, in just one short year, my heart and my hopes have been FUBAR'D.  My Thanksgiving...decimated.  Of course, my relationship with God won't change.  On the contrary.  For I will be leaning heavily on the Lord, in the coming days.  I don't want to go into d...

  • Zero Motorcycles Delivers 2012 Model Line

    Posted November 22, 2011 by BikerNews

    Zero Motorcycles Delivers 2012 Model Line With Over 100 Miles Range, More Power And New “Life Of Motorcycle” Power Pack – Game-Changing New Motorcycles to Begin Shipping in February 2012 – SANTA CRUZ, CA, (Nov. 8, 2011) – Zero Motorcycles, today announced its 2012 model line that includes a rev...

  • Have a Safe & Happy Thanksgiving Cyclefishee's

    Posted November 21, 2011 by blurplebuzz

      Have a safe & great Thanksgiving week everyone,full of light laughter love and life with family and friends nearby :) May the season bring new blessings & hope to all of us !!! Stay Safe & Enjoy the Ride

  • Ride Safe Tip #1 - "Suicide Lane" -

    Posted November 21, 2011 by roadtrip

    You’ve seen them, texters barreling down the highway, someone talking on their cellphone with their arm propped up in the window, yelling and swatting at kids, eating a sausage biscuit while trying to drink hot coffee without burning their tongue, putting on eye make-up, etc. . . These drivers...

  • SALT OF THE EARTH

    Posted November 20, 2011 by LoriBelle06

      I know that I touched a life when the expression on their face gets longer as their mouth drops open and eyebrows rise in amazement when I tell them I ride a motorcycle, as their mind reels through images. Their curiosity peeks after I enlighten them about some of my road trips while I ...

  • Victory Motorcycles and Gunnery Sergeant, R. Lee Ermey at Show

    Posted November 17, 2011 by BikerNews

    VICTORY MOTORCYCLES DISPLAYS AT THE 2011 PROGRESSIVE INTERNATIONAL MOTORCYCLE SHOW LONG BEACH WEEKEND Victory Motorcycles display features The History Channel's Mail Call host Gunnery Sergeant R. Lee Ermey aka "The Gunny", as well as the Gunny's Toys For Tots Saddlebag Challenge charity...

  • Ural Introduces 70th Anniversary Edition Motorcycles

    Posted November 16, 2011 by BikerNews

    Ural, the legendary Russian manufacturer of sidecar motorcycles, celebrates its 70th anniversary with two special edition models. Seattle, Wash. and Irbit, Siberia (PRWEB) November 13, 2011 Ural, the legendary Russian manufacturer of sidecar motorcycles, celebrates its 70th anniversary with t...

  • Make a Veteran Smile...

    Posted November 10, 2011 by Tweek

    With all of us "under the gun", so to speak, with our jobs, money, kids, and the usual "life gets in the way" stuff, that we all have to deal with, it's easy to forget days like tomorrow.  Veterans Day.  Of course this year, with the date being 11-11-11, it's getting more attention than us...

  • Love Ride 28 Recap

    Posted November 8, 2011 by BikerNews

    Big-Hearted Bikers Work In Concert for Worthy Cause GLENDALE, California – November 2, 2011 – Warm sunshine, hot music and an important cause lured more than 3,000 warm-hearted fans to America’s longest-running charity motorcycle event, when Love Ride 28 rolled into Castaic Lake on Sunday, Octo...

  • How Motorcycle Trailers Enhance the Riding Experience

    Posted November 3, 2011 by RoadCaptain

    Kendon Offers Advice on How Motorcycle Trailers Enhance the Riding Experience Is it possible to ride less in order to ride more? How many great riding areas are out of reach to bikers today? Is there a solution? Kendon Industries president offers expert opinion for motorcyclists on how to reach n...

  • New Michigan Helmet Law Moving Forward

    Posted October 28, 2011 by BikerNews

    A bill that would allow some Michigan motorcyclists to ride without a helmet is moving forward in the state legislature. Yesterday the House Transportation Committee signed off on the plan that would allow riders at least 21 years old to go without a helmet if they meet certain training or exp...

  • Harley-Davidson Recalls Over 250,000 Motorcycles

    Posted October 24, 2011 by BikerNews

    Summary: Harley-Davidson is recalling certain model year 2009-2012 touring, CVO touring and trike vehicles manufactured from june 6, 2008, through september 16, 2011. See the below list for the models included in the recall. The rear brake light switch may be exposed to excessive heat from the exh...

  • The Love Ride 2011

    Posted October 24, 2011 by HDBeech

    The Love Ride was our 1st motorcycle event that Lucky and I went to.  Did not go on a Harley, but a Suzuki.  It wasn't even ours!  We borrowed it from a friend, who never rode it.  Eventually, we did buy it and I got my motorcycle license with it and it became mine, after Lu...

  • Sturgis (Black Hills Rally) Attendance Down in 2011

    Posted October 24, 2011 by BikerNews

    At an event as large as the Black Hills Rally in Sturgis the attendance is bound to go up and down year to year for a number of reasons.  However the 2011 Sturgis Rally showed some of the lowest attendance numbers in over eleven years.  City officials estimate that the 2011 attendance was ...

  • When Will People Look For Bikers?

    Posted October 9, 2011 by Odabedabop1

    While taking my wife to our date night ride to BrickTown in Oklahoma City. we are having a great ride coming down on the back roads of Guthrie, Edmond and OKC! As we ride closer to down town OKC near our state capital, we ride up on an on ramp, no big deal, untill I see the driver of a merging car t...

  • Is it too late???

    Posted October 8, 2011 by Tweek

    I've had a lot of time on my hands this summer, since I'm bikeless (for the moment, ok, a long moment), and I want to address something that I find disturbing to say the least.  I consider myself an observant person, and these are just my own personal observations. But it seems like we as a soc...

  • Breaking up....

    Posted October 6, 2011 by Blondie

     I re-read your letter and there is a few things that you are dead wrong about and a few your right on cue.I do need a man to keep me in check and to believe in and I am woman that dose not want to wear the pants. I don't take a fence in catering to my man and doing what he says.And I'm alone o...

  • Initial Viper Diamondback Rolls Out of New Auburn, AL Facility

    Posted September 29, 2011 by BikerNews

    Viper Motorcycle Company Announces Initial Viper Diamondback Rolls Out of New Auburn, AL Facility AUBURN, Ala., Sept. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- (otcqb:VPWI) Viper Motorcycle Company, a wholly owned division of Viper Powersports, Inc. (otcqb:VPWI), announced today that it has sold the fi...

  • More Women Riding Motorcycles

    Posted September 26, 2011 by BikerNews

    It doesn't seem all that long ago when it was an unusual site to see a woman riding her own motorcycle.  For the most part women rode on the back of their ol' man's bike... or if they did ride, they were typically seen on a smaller bike and limited their riding to local trips. ...

  • HAPPY BIRTHDAY "BB KING" KEEP ROCKIN ON

    Posted September 16, 2011 by blurplebuzz

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY BB KING !!!! MY ALL TIME FAVORITE BLUESROCK ARTIST!!! GO AHEAD CALL ME A GROUPIE..LOL.. WHEN LOVE COMES TO TOWN YEAH  ITS ALL GOOD !!!! STAY SAFE N ENJOY THE RIDE YOU OL TIMER !!!!

  • Never was a patient person...

    Posted September 12, 2011 by Tweek

    I have been as patient a person as I know how to be.  And for the most part, with a few exceptions, I think I've done fairly well.  Up til now.  A situation, that was only supposed to be temporary is dragging out and out and out. Not anyone's fault really. Circumstances have just th...

  • Remembering

    Posted September 10, 2011 by 02SERoadKing

    Ten years, ten months, ten minutes. I recognize the importance of comemoration. Think of the every day service to our way of life, every day. In many ways you are this servant, this mentor, and historian. Anything can be remembered in the fashion that pleases you, do that. But think of the servant, ...

  • September 2011 Newsletter

    Posted September 8, 2011 by Newsletter

      I know I'm late on getting the newsletter out, it has just been so busy around here... but that's a good thing. So we're gonna keep the newsletter real short and sweet this month!   I'm sure I really don't have to remind anyone that this weekend is the 10th anniversary of the 9-11 a...

  • Extreme Cycle Radio - Product Review

    Posted September 7, 2011 by ProductReviews

    Product: Handlebar Motorcycle Radio System Model 120db3 Distributor: Extreme Cycle Radio   Product Website: www.extremecycleradio.com/ Cost: $289.00 Overall Rating: Very Good   Review: Ok, I have had my Extreme Cycle Radio motorcycle sound system installed on the Road King for a ...

  • Why Won't the Red Light Turn Green for Motorcycles?

    Posted September 3, 2011 by RoadCaptain

    Why Won't the Traffic Lights Turn Green for Motorcycles? By: Mike Canchola, AMA,  KBA/KMA member and KY Transportation employee Have you ever sat at a red light, that will not turn green, with no other traffic around? Maybe the light is broke, but maybe it's not the lights fault...

  • Speed bonding

    Posted August 28, 2011 by PrimalLeathers

                                                  Speed Bonding   His bi...

  • Yukon bound...

    Posted August 27, 2011 by GaryTJ

    First off, she’s OK… I know, I know, Déjà vu   But, I am not going to get into that yet. You have to read the story. Now don’t skip ahead, just follow along.   We are in the first day of our trip. It is Me, Lori , John and Gina on our motorcycles and he...

  • Everything Happens for a Reason

    Posted August 11, 2011 by Tweek

    When life gets to you, and you just want to shut yourself off from everyone and everything, it's time to do some inner reflection.  And as easy as it would be to blame someone, or something else, for any particular problems, that you may be facing, one thing is more than certain.  But...

  • What Gives a Harley-Davidson Its Unique Sound

    Posted August 4, 2011 by RoadCaptain

    There are a bunch of different engine sounds out there... cars, airplanes, boats, lawnmowers, motorcycles and more.  Motorcycle though are probably the most unique because virtually no two sound alike.  Not only does each style of motor have a distinct sound, but even identical motors are ...

  • Left Turn on Red for Motorcycles in Illiniois

    Posted August 3, 2011 by BikerNews

    If a bill sitting on Gov. Pat Quinn’s desk gets signed soon, motorcyclists sitting at red lights that won’t turn green will be able to proceed as if at a stop sign — if no other cars are nearby or going through the intersection, of course. Many of us have been at a red light that won’t turn green...

  • August 2011 Newsletter

    Posted August 2, 2011 by Newsletter

    Seems like it was just the other day when there was forum post after forum post from people wanting the cold weather to go away...Well it has and the heat has come on with a vengeance. I just read that for the first time ever in a single month at least one area in all 50 states had a record high tem...

  • Ride safe

    Posted August 2, 2011 by SuperD

     About a month ago or so I had to make a morning trip to my local Harley-Davidson dealer for some routine maintenance parts. I rode down taking a less direct route, got my parts, and headed home. I decided to take the interstate home to save some time, even though I knew it was under constructi...

  • Looking for Work (Again!!!) grrrrrrrr

    Posted August 1, 2011 by blurplebuzz

    here I am again, back to looking for some steady employment,my most recent job was only temp doing work for a law office in SF. I have a vast amount of experience doing insurance sales & customer service,also used to work for a local bank which got bought up back in 07,and all the old ...

  • Indian Motorcycles Celebrating 110 Years in Sturgis

    Posted July 29, 2011 by BikerNews

    MINNEAPOLIS (July 26, 2011) -- Indian Motorcycle’s entire Indian Chief Motorcycle lineup will be displayed in Sturgis, South Dakota for the 71st annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally (August 8-14, 2011). Indian Motorcycle accessories will also be on display and apparel will be available for purchase. The ...

  • New Dyna® Switchback is a Custom Touring Convertible

    Posted July 28, 2011 by BikerNews

    New Harley-Davidson Dyna® Switchback is a Custom Touring Convertible Motorcycle MILWAUKEE (July 20, 2011) - The new Dyna® Switchback motorcycle from Harley-Davidson® is a quick-change artist. With its color-matched hard saddlebags and a fork-mounted windshield in place, the Switchback is a custom t...

  • Too Broke for Sturgis Rally - Mormon Lake, AZ

    Posted July 25, 2011 by EventMan

    Knowing that we would be heading east right through the Mojave Desert in the middle of July, we decided to get an EARLY start and hit the road at 4:00am on Thursday morning.  We had just a short ride through the canyon to Norco where we met up with Terry (wheels) & Cheryl.  After a qui...

  • Three Dead in Shooting at Too Broke for Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

    Posted July 23, 2011 by BikerNews

    Well, we just got back from a shortened trip to the Too Broke for Sturgis Biker Rally in Mormon Lake, Arizona.  The rally was canceled this morning after a fatal shooting late Friday night.  Here is the story as reported by the news... FLAGSTAFF, AZ. (AP) — Three people were killed and on...

  • Feeling Particularly Ornery Lately....

    Posted July 23, 2011 by Tweek

    Maybe it's because, I know summer is starting to wane.  Maybe it's because, I just had another damn birthday.  Maybe it's because, the anticipation that's built up in me, for the new ride, is so overwhelming, IT JUST NEEDS TO GET OUT!!!  I don't know, but what...

  • Homeowner & Condominium Associations and Motorcycles

    Posted July 20, 2011 by BikerNews

    I just received this information from ABATE of Florida, and even though it was put together because of some recent issues in Florida, we are sure there could be similar issues in ohter states also. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------...

  • Harbour Side

    Posted July 20, 2011 by HarbourSideCycle2011

    As I near the end of my 82 KZ440 restoration project I am now starting on a new project for my friends and followers. I will be phasing out bikerscoasttocoast.com and harboursidecycle.com over the next few months. The webmaster was screwin me over so I am taking my business elsewhere. Yesterday I pu...

  • Ladies Who Ride 2011

    Posted July 19, 2011 by EventMan

    It was a perfect sunny Southern California day for the Cook's Corner Ladies Who Ride event to celebrate women and raise awareness for the fight against breast cancer.  And despite the name "Ladies Who Ride", guys - this was the place to be!!! I can't tell you about the pre-ride at ...

  • Mooning The Amtrak 2011

    Posted July 11, 2011 by HDBeech

    Last Saturday, July 9, 2011, was the 32 Annual Mooning of the Amtrak - the 3rd year after the big police fiasco at the Mooning in 2008.  Lucky and I decided that we are still going to go! We met up with Rick (HBRick) and his wife, Debi, at Cook's Corner around 11am.  It was a beautif...

  • Staying Positive in a Negative World

    Posted July 9, 2011 by Tweek

    We all have a lot of pressure in our lives right now.  Some more than others.  And it's extremely difficult to keep a smile on yer face, when you watch some jack-ass rip off a gas station!  When you're working over-time just to keep fuel in your rides. Or to laugh about the ...

  • July 2011 Newsletter

    Posted July 6, 2011 by Newsletter

    Well we can finally say Welcome to Summer, and what a great summer this is turning out to be... We have been riding and attending rallies and events almost every week and meeting more and more CycleFish members and fans everywhere we go! But that isn't really a big surprise because CycleFish is grow...

  • One of THOSE Days...

    Posted July 2, 2011 by Tweek

    Walked up to the store to get smokes, and saw about a gazillion bikes.  Daggnabbit.  This waiting for a new ride is killing me.  The weather is awesome, there's a nice sea breeze, and I'm on foot.  SHOOT!  (that's not what I really thought, a little more colorful, OK?) ...

  • Fourth of July History Lesson

    Posted July 1, 2011 by Jethro

    Remember: Freedom is Never Free!   Have you ever wondered what happened to the 56 men who signed the Declaration of Independence? Five signers were captured by the British as traitors,and tortured before they died. Twelve had their homes ransacked and burned.Two lost their sons serving in t...

  • 12 YEARS

    Posted June 25, 2011 by Tweek

    Hi MOM!  I can't believe you've been gone twelve years, today.  And I'm starting to forget things, I used to take for granted.  Like the way you smelled.  Or the way you sounded when you laughed.  I'm not a spring chicken, but I ain't ready for the rockin' chair.  Why a...

  • back on the chain gang ;)

    Posted June 13, 2011 by blurplebuzz

    Yep thats me ;) back on the chain gang,starting a new job tomorrow in the big ole city..doing legal work for atty,more like a gopher I suppose tho I'll probably end up doing some bookkeeping, & other assorted tasks.Its been since last Oct that I have been looking for something that doesnt pay peanut...

  • A LETTER TO MYSELF

    Posted June 8, 2011 by Blondie

     A time comes in your life when you finally get it... When in the midst of  all your fears and insanity you stop dead in your tracks, and somewhere the voice inside your head cries out - ENOUGH!  Enough fighting and crying or struggling to hold on. And, like a child quieting down afte...

  • These are some of my favorite Quotes

    Posted June 8, 2011 by Blondie

     "Even monsters are divine creatures and in some way they too belong to the providential order of nature, without the darkness how can we ever have light?" ~St. Augustine   Go to Heaven for the climate, Hell for the company.  Mark Twain      “What is love? ...

  • A New Dream...

    Posted June 7, 2011 by Tweek

    I've deleted "The End of the Dream" (for now), because there has been a reconcilliation happening, and I want to think positively!!!  While we are still "under re-construction", it would be a bit premature to give the go ahead on the B/T Eastcoast Run.  We are still ironing out personal is...

  • UFO report

    Posted June 7, 2011 by blurplebuzz

    just wanted to report a ufo over my house,i seen it behind the clouds a bright shiny oval shaped disk,not sure yet but it seems to be emitting some sort of bright raylike things..no wait I believe thats what they call the sun..I'll keep ya posted!!!

  • Rain Rain Go the $%#%^#% AWAY!!!!!!!

    Posted May 31, 2011 by blurplebuzz

    I AM SO SICK N TIRED OF THE RAIN HERE,YEAH ITS RAINING TODAY JUST LIKE IT DID FRIDAY AT MY BUDDYS LUAU PARTY,JUST LIKE IT DID LAST WEEKEND ,JUST LIKE ITS SUPPOSED TO THIS COMING WEEKEND,I GUESS I CAN CONSOLE MYSELF AS THE BIKE IS DOWN FOR A CARB CLEANING AND REPLACING SOME PRTS,HOPE THIS SOLVES A LO...

  • May 2011 Newsletter

    Posted May 12, 2011 by Newsletter

    I can't believe it's already May!!! We have been so busy both here at work on CycleFish and trying to get out and ride as much as possible (which explains why the newsletters are getting later and later each month). But busy is good...at least for us. Last month was another record month here on Cycl...

  • May 2011 Business User Newsletter

    Posted May 9, 2011 by Newsletter

    First of all we want to thank you for creating your Business Profile here on CycleFish.com! It's been a while since we have communicated with our CycleFish Business users... that's because we have been so busy promoting and growing the site the site, and creating new ways for you to promote your bus...

  • BMW Motorcycles to Offer Antilock Brakes (ABS) on all Models

    Posted April 25, 2011 by BikerNews

    BMW Motorcycles First to Offer Life-Saving Antilock Brakes (ABS) on all Models Motorcycles with ABS 37 Percent Less Likely to Be in a Fatal Crash Woodcliff Lake, NJ – April 19, 2011…  After pioneering the concept of antilock brakes (ABS) on motorcycles 23 years ago, BMW Motorrad USA annou...

  • Indian Motorcycles will be Produced in Spirit Lake, Iowa

    Posted April 23, 2011 by BikerNews

    Wisconsin has the iconic Harley-Davidson. Iowa will have the legendary Indian. Polaris Industries plans to bring production of the Indian motorcycle to its Spirit Lake factory, where it already makes Victory cruiser and touring bikes. Polaris bought Indian Motorcycle, America's first moto...

  • Any biker buddies need Lawn Maintenance?

    Posted April 23, 2011 by BikerBootsForWomen

    Any biker buddies in need of weekly lawn maintenance? Well Easter is almost here. You know the usual thing to do is bring a gift of a plant or bouquet of flowers to your mom or mother-inlaw on Sunday. Instead of the usual boring gift why not plan a landscape job that has been needing done. Maybe su...

  • Thanks Lord

    Posted April 20, 2011 by blurplebuzz

    Thanks Lord, for all the purple sunsets,all the amber waves of grain,thank you for those whose sacrifice has made all this possible,the soldier n the farmer,the patriot and the partisan,to all those in faith who believe in his undying everlasting love for all of his children,thank you Lord thank yo...

  • Just Poetry

    Posted April 19, 2011 by blurplebuzz

    Just wanted to share these ,,,, A song of trajedgy for a tear.A distant view,for a memory..A thought of Home for solace.. no one works alone in politics,each voice must harmonize,else it rattles with death... All our dreams are chrome.. fading twilight musters dreams till dawns  light renew...

  • Polaris Acquires Indian Motorcycle

    Posted April 19, 2011 by BikerNews

    Polaris brings world-class engineering, manufacturing and distribution to Indian’s rich American heritage and historic brand MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII) today announced the acquisition of Indian Motorcycle. The business was acquired from Indian Motorcycle Lim...

  • That Moonlit Ride...

    Posted April 18, 2011 by Tweek

    Just gotta say it...there ain't nuthin' like a ride during a full moon.  As bright as it was last night, you almost didn't need a headlight. And the temperature, a little chilly, but definitely not uncomfortable. While I love riding under most any circumstance, I find it very relaxing to ride i...

  • Nevada Helmet Law Repeal Bill Approved by Transportation Panel

    Posted April 15, 2011 by BikerNews

    CARSON CITY -- With Democrat John Lee breaking party ranks, a bill to repeal Nevada's 39-year-old helmet law won approval on a 4-3 vote Thursday in the Senate Transportation Committee. Lee also sided with Republicans to kill a bill that would have allowed police to cite motorists for seat be...

  • "It's Bike Show Season"

    Posted April 9, 2011 by Dakotadan

     36-Annual FM Crusaders M/C Show Fargo Ramada Plaza Suites   By: Dan Jacobson Sr. Mobile Service by: Credo Mobile Photos: Dan Jacobson March 28, 2011   Rolling out from the frozen north country winter comes interesting and shinny motorcycles each spring. The Fargo-Moorhead Cru...

  • April 2011 Newsletter

    Posted April 8, 2011 by Newsletter

    Well spring is finally here and we are seeing more and more bikes on the road every day. We hope that all of our Cyclefish members are finally getting some nice weather and are able to get out and ride! And if you are looking for somewhere to ride, remember to check out our Event Calendar. We now ha...

  • Post Op- UpDates !

    Posted April 7, 2011 by blurplebuzz

    Just a blog to post as followup to my last one..:) haha !!! My sister is doing a lot better n her hair is growing back in again,cept its pretty gray now...no worrys womins know more ways to color their hair than the moon has holes..!! Its been a long tough winter n looking ahead to brighter days n ...

  • Big Dog Motorcycle Production Halted

    Posted April 6, 2011 by BikerNews

    Big Dog Motorcycles in Wichita is ceasing production and converting into a parts manufacturer and distributor, according to sources in the custom motorcycle industry. Rick Fairless, whose Texas-based dealership, Strokers Dallas, sells Big Dog motorcycles, on Tuesday confirmed with the WBJ comment...

  • Joy ride

    Posted April 5, 2011 by Bradgreenwood

    Life is to me kicking back & cruiseing on my hog with no cares at all

  • Trust...A Commodity?

    Posted March 30, 2011 by Tweek

    Once upon a time in this great culture of ours, trust wasn't a big issue. You met someone, and unless they let you down, in some huge way, your trust was freely given. And theirs, in return.  Nowadays however, it seems as though we've had to reign in what used to be taken for granted. In busine...

  • Short Sunday Morning Ride

    Posted March 28, 2011 by HDBeech

    Lucky and I got up early yesterday to ride to the Long Beach Swap Meet to meet Andrea with Wrapter.  It was freezing!  At least to me:  60 degrees. As Lucky was putting on his chaps, I had to text Rex The Road Dog and tell him about it!  Rex does not own chaps, even though he li...

  • What's more important?

    Posted March 22, 2011 by Tweek

    We had a fight today.  Nothing major, but it spiraled all the same.  Hurting words, hurt feelings, and all about stuff that in the end, just ain't all that important.  Why is it, that we let something so insignificant, take us over.  Why do couples, turn on one another, when all ...

  • March 2011 Newsletter

    Posted March 17, 2011 by Newsletter

    March means Daytona Bike Week, which to many is the Official Kick off to the 2011 Rally Season.  In talking to a number of the rally and event promoters, the feedback we are getting from most is that things are already looking a little better for attendance in 2011.  Of course no one is ex...

  • Motorcycle Expos Beat Slump

    Posted March 10, 2011 by BikerNews

    Show event planner offers big benefits to exhibitors, attendees Talk about an entrepreneurial challenge: Try buying a business, largely tied to luxury spending, right before the recession in the state hit hardest by the slump. Despite the hurdles, event promoter Chad Dutmers has kept his Giant...

  • Riding Along Pacific Coast Highway

    Posted March 9, 2011 by HDBeech

    Southern California weather has sure been odd.  One day we are flooded with rain and the next day, we can wear our bikinis and wash the bike! Saturday, March 5, 2011, was a perfect day for a ride.  We had just gotten over a couple of days of rain - and I don't want to hear those bi...

  • One of my favorite postings...

    Posted March 9, 2011 by StreetBobGirl

    What is the difference between a conservative/liberal - Funny If a conservative doesn’t like guns, he doesn`t buy one. If a liberal doesn't like guns, he wants all guns outlawed. If a conservative is a vegetarian, he doesn`t eat meat. If a liberal is a vegetarian, he wants all meat product...

  • Say a Prayer

    Posted March 2, 2011 by blurplebuzz

    Say a prayer for my sister who is undergoing surgery for a tumerous cancer of the throat this weekend,gonna be a frequent visitor so as to keep her spirits up & to lend whatever moral mental help I can,and I'll be saying quite a few prayers for her swift recovery & overall wellbeing. This world is...

  • Georgia Bill Would Let Bikers Pass Legally Through Red Lights

    Posted March 1, 2011 by BikerNews

    When Ann Purcell is tooling around the state on her Honda motorcycle, the weight of the sport bike is often not enough to trip the sensors at red lights. Most people would grumble -- and worry about the safety of being trapped in an intersection -- in silence. But Purcell is a Georgia legislator,...

  • Hope This Doesn't / Hasn't Happen to You!

    Posted February 25, 2011 by BrukusMotorcycleParts

    Just got this email the other day in response to our survey we sent out a couple of weeks ago. We asked Kristin permission to pass it on and she was glad for us to do it, especially if it saves someone else from having the same thing happen. It will probably make you feel good because most everyone ...

  • Motorcycle Industry Council Sends Over 135,000 Messages from Riders to Congress

    Posted February 25, 2011 by BikerNews

    Campaign Also Delivers Over 3,000 Signed Letters from Powersports Professionals Urging Congress to Stop the Ban on Youth Size ATVs and Dirt Bikes Washington D.C., Feb. 25, 2011 – Today, the Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC) delivered more than 3,000 letters to Congress signed by motorcycle indust...

  • Riders Asked to Oppose Georgia Motorcycle-Only Checkpoints

    Posted February 23, 2011 by BikerNews

    The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is urging riders nationwide to contact Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal to urge him to stop the Georgia State Patrol from conducting any motorcycle-only traffic checkpoints. Tens of thousands of motorcyclists from around the nation could be subject to Georgia m...

  • KickShoe™ Product Press Release!

    Posted February 22, 2011 by BrukusMotorcycleParts

     KickShoe™ ~ Stabilizes Bike On Soft Surfaces With Attached Kick Stand Coaster! KickShoe™ ~ Stabilizes Bike On Soft Surfaces With Attached Kick Stand Coaster!   Mount Pleasant, SC -- Brukus® Motorcycle Parts, LLC has now released their 7th new custom product in 12 months...

  • Motorcycle Checkpoints in Georgia During Daytona Bike Week

    Posted February 20, 2011 by BikerNews

    Deland, FL, February 17, 2011 – JUST IN FROM THE NATIONAL COALITION OF MOTORCYCLISTS (NCOM) & A.B.A.T.E. OF GEORGIA: The state of Georgia has received a $70,000 federal grant to launch motorcycle-only checkpoints in early March, just as Daytona Bike Week is getting underway. For most traveler...

  • Riding Season coming Get your insurance together

    Posted February 20, 2011 by castellilaw

    It's getting closr to ring season. Make sure your motocycle insurance is current and you have plenty of coverage. In Ohio minimum limits are $12,500. that's nothing. At least get $100,000.00 -$300,0000 across the board . I know too many folks hurt bad that could not get compensated because the cager...

  • Hometown roads Germany

    Posted February 19, 2011 by gsf1811

    www.mc.touring.de   my shot at a life style that's located in southern germany. As to my being a talker; just guess I'm gonna have too pass on that one.... I use a basic system for all my road trips... Proof of Purchase ("pop" for short/ doesn't have nothin to do with mail programing.......

  • Hometown roads Germany

    Posted February 19, 2011 by gsf1811

    Well it's time to introduce myself really. I ride, I'm totally wrapped up in this scene. I've worked hard all my life and am still doing so.I really don't think there'll be any change and what does that mean? there's nothing but the open road between me and my maker. Sit back and enjoy. BUT, I've go...

  • Harley-Davidson to Be A Sponsor of the 2011 Hoka Key Motorcycle Challenge

    Posted February 17, 2011 by BikerNews

    New Sponsor for 2011 Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge Announced The Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge announced today that Harley-Davidson Motor Company will provide marketing and promotional support for the 2011 Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge. The Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge will present the world’...

  • Iraq Confidential Humvee Donated to Soldiers' Angels

    Posted February 16, 2011 by BikerNews

    Vehicle Restored by Jesse James to be Sold in Support of the Troops PASADENA, Calif., Feb. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Military support nonprofit Soldiers' Angels proudly announces receipt of the unique and historic Iraq Confidential Humvee from Jesse James, host of Monster Garage an...

  • The Final Push to Stop the Ban on Youth Motorcycles and ATVs Begins this Week

    Posted February 15, 2011 by BikerNews

    Congressional Hearing to Review CPSIA; Grassroots Advocacy at the 2011 Dealernews International Powersports Dealer Expo IRVINE, Calif. -- Two years of persistent efforts by powersports enthusiasts, dealers and other industry representatives have driven Congress to action. On February 17, the U.S....

  • OREGON: Bill Would Relax Motorcycle Helmet Law

    Posted February 14, 2011 by BikerNews

    ALBANY, Ore. An Albany lawmaker wants to allow Oregon motorcycle riders and passengers to ride without helmets if they’re 21 or older. The Albany Democrat-Herald reports that 20 legislators have signed onto House Bill 3141 sponsored by Republican Rep. Andy Olson. The bill would amend the state...

  • Motorcycle Wind Chill Chart

    Posted February 13, 2011 by RoadCaptain

    Ever Wonder What The Temperature Is At Riding Speeds...    

  • Company Says It Owns Daytona Beach Bike Week Name

    Posted February 11, 2011 by BikerNews

    DAYTONA BEACH -- For a mere $87.50, a little-known New York holding company last year quietly applied for and was granted the state trademark for the name "Daytona Beach Bike Week." Now the business hopes to turn that tiny investment into a potentially huge payday. In recent weeks, the company...

  • Motorcyclists Seek to run 'Stuck' Red Lights

    Posted February 11, 2011 by BikerNews

    TOPEKA, KS — It sounds like the plot of a '50s B movie — leather-clad bikers clashing with police. But Thursday, words were the weapons as motorcycle riders came before a House committee seeking legal relief from red lights that never change. The issue before the House Transportation Comm...

  • CycleFish February 2011 Newsletter

    Posted February 8, 2011 by Newsletter

    Even though it’s only February, we can already tell that riding season is just around the corner.  For some there has already been a few breaks in the weather allowing for short rides and for others it may still be a ways off.  But they are already thinking about getting the bike rea...

  • Harley-Davidson Recalling Certain Softail Models

    Posted February 4, 2011 by BikerNews

    Motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson is recalling certain Softail bikes from the 2011 model year to fix a potential electronic problem that could cause their engines to stall. The recall affects 6,964 Softail motorcycles manufactured from June 7 through Oct. 8, 2010, which have had a security system ...

  • A Note To Our Customers On Our 1st Anniversary!

    Posted February 2, 2011 by BrukusMotorcycleParts

     Well, as hard as it is to believe, a year ago on February 4th - Brukus® Motorcycle Parts, LLC officially launched our website!   At that point we had one product on the market - our SaddlebagSecure™. Since then we have added 6 more products and we have 7 more currently in deve...

  • Hello All #1

    Posted January 31, 2011 by blurplebuzz

    Hello All !!! Just my first blog post here n wanted to extend greetings and thanks to any who respond ! Been riding since I was able to throw a leg over the saddle & gained a lot of other things too along the way,just assoc w/riding..sometimes I will post for comment; othe...

  • ABATE of Florida, Inc. Fights for Stiffer Penalties for Negligent Drivers

    Posted January 31, 2011 by BikerNews

    Deland, FL, January 27, 2011 – ABATE of Florida, Inc. once again begins our fight to get stiffer penalties levied upon careless and negligent drivers that hit, injure, and many times kill the motorcyclists on the roadways of Florida.  Our battle begins this year with the filings of Florida Hous...

  • Recession Takes Toll on Harley Dealers & HOG Chapters

    Posted January 30, 2011 by BikerNews

    Store closings place number of U.S. dealerships at about same level as 2002 Downshifting with the economy, 64 Harley-Davidson stores have closed in the United States in the last two years as sales fell and the world's largest maker of heavyweight motorcycles throttled back production. Last ...

  • Sunday Ride - Long Beach Swap Meet to Mother's Tavern

    Posted January 24, 2011 by HDBeech

    A gorgeous Sunny Day in Southern California.  What are you going to do?  Get on your bike and ride, of course!  So that is what Lucky and I did yesterday, (Sunday, Jan 23).  The weather was about 75 degrees and the Santa Ana winds were kicking up a bit.  Our first stop w...

  • New Harley-Davidson® Blackline™ is Softail® stripped to the core

    Posted January 23, 2011 by BikerNews

    MILWAUKEE (January 21, 2011) - Lean as wire, hard as iron and dark as a tar road at midnight, the new Blackline motorcycle is a Harley-Davidson Softail model pared to the bone. A rebellious creation of the Dark Custom movement, the Blackline celebrates three fundamental elements of motorcycling: mec...

  • Dog Days of Winter

    Posted January 21, 2011 by jbdesigner51

    Winter is a time for new beginnings.  It starts on the 21 of December (which is just days before Christmas, a time for perpetual hope).  It also marks the end of an old year and the beginning of new year, which takes me to my first sentence.  The air is the clean and crisp and winter ...

  • Victory Motorcycles offers up a High-Ball

    Posted January 20, 2011 by BikerNews

    Victory Motorcycles announces a new cruiser model to its lineup: the Victory High-Ball. Victory unveiled the low-slung bobber-styled in New York City prior to the opening of the NYC stop of the Progressive International Motorcycle Shows. The High-Ball features high-rise handlebars, spoked whe...

  • Bill Would Stop Young Children From Riding On Motorcycles

    Posted January 18, 2011 by BikerNews

    VIRGINIA BEACH Some of Keith Lindgren's best memories with his children were made on long road trips with them straddling the back of his motorcycle. They'd start riding as young as 5 and were always outfitted in protective gear and taught how to hold on, said Lindgren, president of ...

  • Motorcycle Wind Chill Chart by National Center for Atmospheric

    Posted January 16, 2011 by BrukusMotorcycleParts

    FYI - Ran across this Wind Chill Chart a few months ago.   If you're riding in the winter and don't have a fairing on your bike, you might want to check out Brukus Motorcycle Parts' WingShields for Harleys and Metrics. Go here to see a Wind Chill Chart developed by the National Cent...

  • Motorcycle Swap Meets

    Posted January 14, 2011 by EventMan

    Have you ever been to a motorcycle swap meet?  I mean a real old fashion motorcycle swap meet?  If not and you are looking for parts, any parts, or just looking for a way to spend the day wandering around and meeting some really interesting people, then you need to find a true motorcycle s...

  • ***Brukus Motorcycle Parts @ International Motorcycle Shows!***

    Posted January 13, 2011 by BrukusMotorcycleParts

    For anyone who would like to check out Brukus Motorcycle Parts' products in person, we are now being carried by Moto-Xpress. They have a booth at the International Motorcycle Shows starting this coming weekend, Jan. 14-16, at the Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC. And then on t...

  • CycleFish January 2011 Newsletter

    Posted January 6, 2011 by Newsletter

    First of all, we want to wish everyone a Very Happy New Year! 2010 was a great year here at CycleFish and we’re looking forward to an even better 2011.  We started out 2010 with right around 4,000 registered users, and activity was starting to pick up with 100 or so user actions every da...

  • Highrisk and Deener 2010

    Posted December 31, 2010 by highrisk

      WOW, what a year 2010 was, Started the year off meeting the band MOUNTAIN.  Deener trading in her Low Rider for a Road King in late January, and then the planning began.  Deener got her first tattoo and I added a few more including the CF logo. Our first little road trip of the yea...

  • The can it get any better than this tour..

    Posted December 29, 2010 by GroverN57

    This is a recovery tale. It took place in Aug of this year.  No animals were harmed during this event.     The can it get any better than this tour. Aka: Chov’s and Grove’s most excellent adventure   (this format will not take the pics. The pics make the story) ...

  • Best Part of Christmas for Me Was...

    Posted December 27, 2010 by hypno

    It is now Dec. 27th and I'm looking back already.  For me the best part of Christmas day was taking my kid for a ride on the Electra Glide.  She is 25 now but she still likes going for a put with her Dad.  We stopped for coffee and visited for a while before we jumped back on the...

  • Beautiful Dry Day

    Posted December 23, 2010 by hypno

     Ah, it was a beautiful day to take the Electra Glide out for a put around town to see how the new Vance & Hines pipes and Screaming Eagle Heavy Breather does.  Man oh man does it sound good.  And according to the print out I got a boost of about 15% horse power, which makes it a lot ...

  • Motorcycle Noise Ordinance Proposed for Rye & New Castle, NH

    Posted December 22, 2010 by BikerNews

    More towns taking on the controversial issue of noise restrictions on motorcycles.  RYE — While North Hampton's motorcycle noise ordinance is being challenged in court, similar ordinances are being proposed for the neighboring towns of Rye and New Castle. To promote the efforts, the n...

  • Finally - You Can Now Lock Your Harley Road King Custom FLHRS a

    Posted December 20, 2010 by BrukusMotorcycleParts

    Press Release:   Mount Pleasant, SC – Brukus Motorcycle Parts®, LLC has developed a locking system for Harley-Davidson’s stock saddlebags on their Road King Custom and Screaming Eagle models.  Previously, lack of ability to lock these bags was forcing owners to purchase e...

  • SaddlebagSecure™ Prevents Saddlebag Thefts and “Fly-offs” on Ha

    Posted December 20, 2010 by BrukusMotorcycleParts

    Press Release! Mount Pleasant, SC – Brukus Motorcycle Parts®, LLC recently released their SaddlebagSecure™ for Harley-Davidson Touring Bikes.  With thefts on the rise for expensive saddlebags, this kit -- designed to prevent a thief from popping off the saddlebags with a s...

  • So.... What products would you like to see developed for your

    Posted December 18, 2010 by BrukusMotorcycleParts

     Brukus® Motorcycle Parts launched their website, Brukus.com, just this past February, 2010.  It was an exciting time and yet looking back - we only had ONE product to offer!    Our SaddlebagSecure™!   However, we have since added our Combi-Lock for FLHRS Sa...

  • Motorcycle Quality Down, Rider Age Up - J.D. Power Report

    Posted December 16, 2010 by BikerNews

    A new JD Power Report says we're getting old, and bike quality is down.  Ok that's a quick summary of the new report just released by J.D. Power and Associates on motorcycle owner stisfaction in 2010.  The report does show a slight increase in problems reported by owners of new m...

  • Christmas Dieting

    Posted December 16, 2010 by HDBeech

    I hate this time of year. Not for its crass commercialism and forced frivolity, but because it’s the season when the food police come out with their wagging fingers and annual tips on how to get through the holidays without gaining 10 pounds. You can’t pick up a magazine without finding a list of ho...

  • Biker Buddies Open Old Route 66 Motorcycle Museum

    Posted December 14, 2010 by BikerNews

    Two biker buddies buy historic filling station, open motorcycle museum on State Highway 66, where travelers from around the world drop by.   WARWICK — Gerald Tims likes old motorcycles. Jerry Ries likes anything old. That’s the short version of how two biker buddies ended up owning an old ...

  • THE B/T EAST COAST RUN---JUNE 2012

    Posted December 12, 2010 by Tweek

    Hello Everyone, We're starting to get a lot of interest and questions about the B/T East Coast Run, slated for June 2012. As you may know, this is a personal dream ride of mine, that I have been talking about since I signed up here on cyclefish. The ride has been in the planning for me, for mo...

  • CycleFish Newsletter - December 2010

    Posted December 8, 2010 by Newsletter

    Well it must be almost Christmas, because my lights are up... and I am far from the first one on the block to get the Christmas lights up.  This always seems to be a busy time of the year for everyone including myself, so I'm going to keep the newsletter real short. I do want to remind everyon...

  • Left work early to ride...

    Posted December 6, 2010 by hypno

     Luxury is leaving work early just to go for a ride on a beautiful California afternoon.  I had to do it because it rained yesterday afternoon and evening and couldn't get a ride in on Sunday. Yes, life IS good.

  • T Minus Eternity

    Posted December 3, 2010 by razncain

    I'm not quite sure why I titled this the way I have, because there's really no countdown when I think of it.  The last year has held quite an itinerary for us on our journey together.  Not exactly one I'd like to repeat, but one I also wouldn't trade for the world... the universe, if it we...

  • Better than Working

    Posted December 2, 2010 by hypno

     Just a quick post.  I'm sitting back after a nice ride out to Quaid HD dearlership in Loma Linda.  I got some new stuff for my Electra Glide.   The ride was great, the people were great, and it was a hell of a lot better than going to work today!  

  • A Reflection of Living in Two Worlds

    Posted November 25, 2010 by razncain

    On this day of Thanksgiving, I'm often asked how I reconcile my disdain for the "holiday" with spending time with my family who observe the "traditional" American version.  While it appears simple, it really isn't so much when you look through my eyes.  It's a deep confl...

  • Motorcycle Accident Checklist

    Posted November 17, 2010 by RoadCaptain

    IN CASE OF ACCIDENT … A CHECKLIST OF THINGS TO DO AFTER A MOTORCYCLE CRASH Call 911 For Police & Paramedics: Those who call the police to investigate an accident or crash typically obtain more information, including a crash report on record. Likewise, be sure to give all of your complaint...

  • Feds Want National Helmet Law

    Posted November 16, 2010 by BikerNews

    Feds say all motorcycle riders should wear helmets By JOAN LOWY The Associated Press Tuesday, November 16, 2010; 10:34 AM WASHINGTON -- Federal safety officials want states to require all motorcycle riders to wear helmets, citing a surge in deaths since the late 1990s. The National Transpo...

  • I can't believe I'm writing this....

    Posted November 16, 2010 by Tweek

    Most of my new friends here on Cyclefish, already know, that my old man and myself have found ourselves suddenly homeless for reasons beyond our control.  I am not here to whine or have any of ya'll take pity on us. Not at all, I've come to rely on this site, as a place for me to vent...

  • My Heart is in this!

    Posted November 7, 2010 by Tweek

    Due to economic circumstances beyond our control...How many times have you heard that, in the last two years? Way more than I wan't to acknowledge, I can tell you that. I've been homeless, sheltered, broke and disgusted. I have been living with family for almost two years, and the only things that h...

  • And they keep coming.....

    Posted November 3, 2010 by Tweek

    I joined Cyclefish on October 22, 2010. And in that short period of time, I have already amassed a whole new crew of friends!  The entire (over two years) time I have been on myspace, I have gotton "some" friends, but not the kind I really wanted. And my page was viewed a miniscule amount, give...

  • CycleFish Newsletter - November 2010

    Posted November 3, 2010 by Newsletter

    I'm not sure about you, but I am sitting here wondering what happened to 2010.  It seems like it was just the beginning of summer, and now we're rolling into Holiday Season again.  We already have our Thanksgiving plans in place, and I have started looking through the garage making sure I ...

  • We have moved to the Ande's

    Posted November 2, 2010 by PrimalLeathers

    I know it,s been a long time that we have loged on, we have been busy making arrangements to move to Ecuador. Ever since Penny and I were married we have talked about traveling to and exploring other countries. Now that our kids are all grown up we felt the time was right so we did some investi...

  • Impressions of the trip

    Posted November 1, 2010 by GaryTJ

    Well here are the stats and impressions after getting all the bills in. We went a total of 8439 miles in 23 days (not all were travel days. We had 5 days of just sight seeing, not on the bikes.) That averages out to 468 miles for each travel day. We went through 21 states. Total cost, not includi...

  • The Awesomeness of Bikers

    Posted November 1, 2010 by Tweek

    I'll never forget what my Mom and Dad said, when I rode into the driveway on my new Harley. (25 years ago!) "Oh my goodness, you are really not trying to be one of "those" people, are you?" I removed my sunglasses, and with a broad grin on my face, I said, "I am one of those people, Mom!"  It s...

  • Stolen Susan G. Komen Motorcycle Found

    Posted October 30, 2010 by BikerNews

    Missing Susan G. Komen Motorcycle Found LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB Fox 41) -- A meth investigation turns up an unusual find that has eluded police for weeks. A stolen custom-painted motorcycle that was going to be auctioned-off to raise money for breast cancer research was found. The donated Harley...

  • Kawasaki Vulcan Recall

    Posted October 29, 2010 by BikerNews

    Kawasaki Recalls Certain Vulcan Models For Stalling Engines Motorcycle maker Kawasaki Motors Corp. says it is recalling certain Vulcan cruiser models from the 2009 and 2010 model years because of a problem with engine control units, or ECUs, that could cause them to stall unexpectedly. Accordi...

  • The Bad Ass Biker VS The Ride

    Posted October 28, 2010 by m2r

    I think "Then Came Bronson" captures the real meaning of what it means to be a biker. It’s really not about the kind of bike you ride. It’s about the ride its self. You might ask; what does that mean?   Well, it’s about the road to nowhere that goes anywher...

  • Jesse James to Shut Down West Coast Choppers

    Posted October 20, 2010 by BikerNews

    Although there has yet to be a press release from Jesse James or West Coast Choppers, many of the news organizations are reporting that it is official that Jesse will be closing West Coast Choppers for good.  Most reports stem from a story broke by TMZ.com.  TMZ said it has the story confi...

  • Another Day in Savannah, GA

    Posted October 20, 2010 by mikeschratz

    Aloha to all, I have moved the Prayer List to the top of the page and my dialogue to the bottom of the page. That is how important this is!Prayer Energy List, send you prayer energy to these folks. I know it works if enough of us send our Spiritual Energy their way, Miss Elle, Fighting Breast Cance...

  • American Heat

    Posted October 18, 2010 by HDBeech

    Last Saturday, October 16th, Lucky and I decided to go to American Heat in Palm Springs.  We planned on going the scenic route ...  aka: Ortega Highway ... but the weather changed our minds.  We woke up to sprinkles and lots of wet roads.  We left around 7:30 am and I know our n...

  • Massachusetts Motorcycle Insurance Refunds

    Posted October 14, 2010 by BikerNews

    More Massachusetts Motorcycle Riders Get Insurance Refunds The State of Massachusetts has reached settlements with five more auto insurance companies over allegations that they overcharged tens of thousands of Massachusetts residents for motorcycle insurance. As a result, riders will get $12.1...

  • The Legend of the Ride Bell (Gremlin Bell)

    Posted October 8, 2010 by RoadCaptain

    Sometimes called by different names Ride Bells, Guardian Bells, Gremlin Bells, Motorcycle Bells and others, the legend of the Bell attached to your motorcycle remains the same.  Though there are slight variations out there, this one seems to be the most common... THE LEGEND OF THE RIDE BELL ...

  • CycleFish Newsletter - October 2010

    Posted October 6, 2010 by Newsletter

    As I sit here writing this newsletter, I look outside at the first real rainstorm here in Southern California.  Our indication that summer has officially come to an end.  For some that does not mean the end of riding season, it just means we have to break out the winter gear.  For oth...

  • Another day in good ol Rincon, GA

    Posted October 4, 2010 by mikeschratz

      Aloha to All, It looks like Kat, Frank and I are riding down to Daytona this weekend. Frank is riding to go see his Ma in Holly Hill and Kat and I are riding to go to my nephews wife's (Kelli) Bridal Shower. We look forward to the ride and seeing my sister's family, there is never a dull mo...

  • Myrtle Beach Fall Bike Rally Leaves Some Hard Feelings

    Posted October 4, 2010 by BikerNews

    SURFSIDE BEACH — Myrtle Beach's helmet law may be history, but the hard feelings that came with it aren't, at least among bikers and some locals. "If you live in a tourist town, you need to be able to put up with tourists," said Mercedes Meyers of Little River, who was introducing he...

  • New California Law Governing Motorcycle Exhaust & Sound

    Posted September 30, 2010 by BikerNews

    California has new statewide law governing motorcycle sound A new California law requires street motorcycles registered in the state and built on or after Jan. 1, 2013, to have an exhaust system label certifying the motorcycles meet federal sound limits. On Sept. 28, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger...

  • Day 21-23 the final leg

    Posted September 26, 2010 by GaryTJ

    Day 21 was spent just wandering around Reno and having fun. We checked out the bikes, gambled a bit, and just sat and people watched a bit until the night time came. Reno for some reason is a totally different vibe from Las Vegas. It seems people are more pleasant and are happy to see you. The gamb...

  • hammock that mounts to bike only

    Posted September 25, 2010 by cw

    I came across a guy that invented a hammock that only mounts to your bike when I was in florida Rideing the HokaHey.It setup in 5 minutes.This blew my mind and as I only ride a bike all the time I had to ask about it.This is ideal if you go camping on the weekends or traveling around the country lik...

  • Day 20 - Las Vegas to Reno

    Posted September 24, 2010 by GaryTJ

    Right after I added the last page Lori and I went to see Cher at Caesars Palace. She puts on a good show. There is a lot of costume changes, so they do a lot of flashbacks to the early days with Sonny and Cher together.But each time she comes back out she seems to be wearing less. Not a problem in m...

  • Sturgis Rally Recap 2010 - Numbers & Stats

    Posted September 23, 2010 by BikerNews

    The final totals are in for the 2010 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.  Even in this time of economic uncertainty, and one of the biggest slumps in the motorcycle industry, bikers, motorcycle enthusiasts, and riders of all types still made the trip to Sturgis for Bike Week.  Many went to Sturgis t...

  • Day 19 - Into Las Vegas

    Posted September 22, 2010 by GaryTJ

    It seems like a lifetime, so much has happened. I had to look and see where I left off. We left Gallup and continued down I-40 but didn't get too far before our first stop. The petrified forest national park.We have never been through it and we probably will never will if we don't do it now, so......

  • Day 18 - A long one!

    Posted September 20, 2010 by GaryTJ

    Leaving Decatur,  Texas at 6:30 AM and it is shirtsleeve weather!  :-) The day went well, considering we went over 700 miles and some of that was off the freeway following Route 66.   It is a real shame to see what has become of this road. A Lot of the old buildings are still the...

  • day 17 - New Orleans to Decatur, Tx

    Posted September 19, 2010 by GaryTJ

    Not a lot to report for this day except a lot of traveling. We did make 600 miles today. We did get to run on the Louisiana Scenic Hwy for a while, and I love the South part of Louisiana, but don't much care for the north. Texas is Texas, what can you say. We have been here before and it is just li...

  • day 16 - Visiting in New Orleans

    Posted September 18, 2010 by GaryTJ

    First off, Thank you Cliff and Jackie for the great time. Lori and I had fun and we saw a lot of the city we would not otherwise have seen. We started the day off at Cafe Du Monde for a round of Beignets for breakfast. They are a deep fried dough that is covered with Powered sugar. Let me tell...

  • day 15 - Panama City to New Orleans

    Posted September 17, 2010 by GaryTJ

    Another O'dark thirty morning for us. We wanted to get into New Orleans at a decent hour and relax a bit and look around a little. As we were driving down the Emerald Coast Pkwy, somewhere around Destin, Fl, I was having some serious thoughts.( I know, be careful... Me and serious thought...

  • Day 14 - Into Panama City

    Posted September 16, 2010 by GaryTJ

    There is not a lot to write today. It was just traveling for the most part. We did get to go on one of Florida's turnpikes (589 North). That cost $10 to go 45 miles, but the roads were in very good condition and there was only a couple of other vehicles in this section. Afterwords we followed Hwy 1...

  • Day 13, out of Key West and Lori's OK

    Posted September 15, 2010 by GaryTJ

    First off, Lori's OK That being said, we left Key west at O"dark thirty this morning and headed north through the keys. It is great to watch the sun come up when you are down there. We stopped in Florida City for breakfast and topped of the gas and headed NW through Homestead to cut across ...

  • Scratchin' the Itch

    Posted September 15, 2010 by RexTheRoadDog

    Something I have been long dreaming of is about to come true.   Scratchin' the Itch As many of you know, in the summer of '09 I was fortunate enough to be able to take a 48-state-in-one-run ride. In all, I spent 38 days traversing 13,000 miles and 48 states. Although the motiva...

  • Harley-Davidson Will Keep Wisconsin Plants Open

    Posted September 14, 2010 by BikerNews

    Harley Board Confirms Wisconsin Plants to Stay Open MILWAUKEE — Harley-Davidson Inc. agreed Tuesday to keep open its two Wisconsin production facilities, saying it gained the cost savings it needed when union members agreed a day earlier to a concession-laden contract. The Milwaukee-based moto...

  • Day 10 - We made it!

    Posted September 12, 2010 by GaryTJ

    Well we made it to Key west! We got up to a cloudless sky and warm winds to start us off on the final leg into Key West. The traffic was light and the travel was easy. There are a lot more islands here than what you think. It seems that there was a bridge to another "Key" just about every 5 miles...

  • Day 9 - Down to Miami

    Posted September 11, 2010 by GaryTJ

    It was a late start for us. We splurged and slept in an extra hour before heading out. The day consisted on wandering down the Florida coast. We stayed on Hwy 1 for the most part, with a couple of jogs out on A1A to see the beaches and look around. Later in the Afternoon, when it started getting ...

  • Day 8 - Into Ormond-By-The-Sea

    Posted September 10, 2010 by GaryTJ

    First off, sorry, no pictures. Lori and I both got up this morning, even though neither of us wanted to. But when you are on a trip like this, you have to continue whether you want to or not. We were going to run cross country to Jacksonville and stop there, but neither of us really wanted to do thi...

  • Day 7 - Tail of the Dragon

    Posted September 9, 2010 by GaryTJ

    Leaving Kentucky, we knew this was going to be a great day. We were sticking mostly to secondary hwy's and cutting SE to run the Famous "Tail of the dragon" and then south. We crossed from Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, Geogia, and into South Carolina, before stopping at Anderson for the night...

  • Day 6 - St. Louis to Marion county Kentucky

    Posted September 9, 2010 by GaryTJ

    The drive down was pretty uneventful with the exception of crossing the Ohio river in Louisville.The drivers there are nuts. They are even worse than the drivers in Bellevue, if can believe it. The speed limit is just a general rule. Anything within 20mph of it is fine, and construction zones are on...

  • Day 5 to St. Louis

    Posted September 7, 2010 by GaryTJ

    What a great day! We let to clear blue sky's and immediately went into the Loess hills and headed south. It was a great start. However I did learn a few things about Iowa and a GPS. First off Iowa does an awsome job on their Hwy's. They are well maintained and smooth, and you just roll along...

  • Back in the Day

    Posted September 7, 2010 by Ghostsandspokes1

      Back in the Day. Memories of the Dallas Police Department   October 2010 Dallas Police Shield Picture; Dallas Police Department before the 1936 Texas Centennial at Fair Park. The Scottish Rite building at Young and Harwood Streets, is still there. In the last few years, ...

  • Day 4, to Sioux City

    Posted September 6, 2010 by GaryTJ

    I had planned on this day to be a trying one. I have been through here before and you can count on wind all the way. Well, it was worse than that. Pouring rain and wind gusts of over 50 mph. It was hard to even keep the bikes on the road and it wore us out. We had stopped at a rest stop and some kid...

  • Day 3, Mt. Rushmore

    Posted September 5, 2010 by GaryTJ

    Day 3 started out with a real gloomy sky.  (However, we did find palm tree’s in Billings, Mt.)   The Rain and thunderstorms was just starting in on the west side of town as we left going east. It seems that the clouds have been chasing us every day and just about caught us. &n...

  • Day 2

    Posted September 4, 2010 by GaryTJ

    Well day 2 started (and ended) not with a bang, but with a wimper!  That was us as we both woke up at 4:45 am. We were wide awake and it was not possible to go back to sleep. We laid around for about ½ an hour and decided we might as well get up and go. We left Lewiston just as the sun...

  • Key West ride

    Posted September 3, 2010 by GaryTJ

    Well the first day went well, other than crawling over Snoqualmie pass. After it opened up we made decent time. 350 miles from 12:30 to 6:30. We stopped in Lewiston, Id for the night to eat and visit with some friends for a bit. Tomorrow, we are heading over LOLO pass and then heading east towards M...

  • 2010 Recap from Woody at the Buffalo Chip

    Posted September 3, 2010 by BikerNews

    Just received this recap of the 2010 Sturgis Rally from Woody at the Buffalo Chip.  since many of you stayed at or visited the Buffalo Chip in Sturgis, I figured I would pass it along...   Howdy, It’s difficult to believe the rally was only 2 weeks ago. The entire Chip crew works al...

  • CycleFish Newsletter - September 2010

    Posted September 1, 2010 by Newsletter

    Wow, I can't believe that summer is winding down already...it seems like it just got here.  But luckily for most there is still plenty of riding season, and still lots more events coming up.   This year we had more events than ever listed in our Event Calendar, and we still have over ...

  • California Passes Bill to Quiet Motorcycles

    Posted August 31, 2010 by BikerNews

    California Lawmakers Pass Bill to Quiet Motorcycles SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- California, birthplace of Hells Angels and home to legions of weekend motorcycle warriors, has taken its latest step to subdue the state's boisterous two-wheeled culture. The state Senate on Monday voted 21-16, the ...

  • A Tale of 2 Aussies in Sturgis

    Posted August 29, 2010 by BOOF

    ***Marni's Perspective*** It all started with alcohol, and a big TV. Australian TV is full of American shows. We were drunk, watching Full Throttle and Sturgis :Access all areas. Over the coming months we watched all of the shows...Over the coming months we were and then we were ...

  • Going to Sturgis, 2010

    Posted August 28, 2010 by HDBeech

    We started out from South Orange County, CA on Tuesday morning, August 3rd.  Weather was looking good, and I was "praying" for no rain in Sturgis when we got there.  Unfortunately, my prayers were answered...get to that later. Out on the bike at 5am to Barstow to meet up with HarleyMan, D...

  • Path of Lies

    Posted August 24, 2010 by razncain

    As I mentioned in my introduction, I'm a nurse, but I'm also a writer and I write under the name Chloe Z. Fox.  I write songs, three of which are published and recorded now, but I also write poetry and have since I was about four years old.  This particular one, Path of Lies, is a little o...

  • Great ride

    Posted August 14, 2010 by BartMan

    Had a great ride today with a fellow MC from the area. Nice poker run and ended up in Fayettville.  This was the last big ride my daughter will be able to ride this summer. School is starting back up and she has to go to her mothers. That suxs.  She had a great time meeting new folks. &nb...

  • The Noise Pollution Flush Out

    Posted August 9, 2010 by jbdesigner51

    The Noise Pollution Flush Out With the ongoing efforts by States and cities in the country, people are continuing to use a cell phone while driving.  Drivers cannot seem to put the phone down and wait until they’ve reached their destination.  It seems that their phone call is more...

  • Somrthing else I feel strongly about.

    Posted August 6, 2010 by DEFCON

    My first reaction when I first heard of the “Ground Zero” mosque was an extremely visceral one. I was enraged to the point of nausea and still have a difficult time thinking about it without getting into a struggle with myself over the principle vs. appropriateness viewpoints of the situation.&...

  • JUST A BIKER

    Posted August 6, 2010 by eagleman

        .. ..   JUST A BIKER I saw you, hug your purse closer to you in the grocery store line. But you didn't see me put an extra $10.00 in the collection plate last Sunday. I saw you pull your child closer when we passed each other on the sidewalk. But you didn't s...

  • bikers cread

    Posted August 5, 2010 by eagleman

    I ride because it is fun. I ride because I enjoy the freedom I feel from being exposed to the elements, and the vulnerability to the danger that is intrinsic to riding. I do not ride because it is fashionable to do so. I ride my machine, not wear it. My machine is not a symbol of status. It exi...

  • Janet Davidson was probably the first woman to ride a Harley-Da

    Posted August 2, 2010 by Ghostsandspokes1

    July 2010 Asylum Mobilitarium Blue Elders Faithful. This article was written in mid 2009. It was directed to the female riders in Panther Creek, who make up a large segment of the Chapter. Since we will have gals riding their own bikes at some point, I thought I would repeat it here. I know this is...

  • CycleFish Newsletter - August 2010

    Posted August 2, 2010 by Newsletter

    This is going to be a very brief newsletter because we are heading out for Sturgis in the morning, and I still have 3 days worth of stuff to do.  Most importantly I wanted to congratulate the Bike of the Month Winners and fill you in on a couple of new things going on. Bike of the Month Winne...

  • Lets make a change

    Posted July 25, 2010 by TazzmastersGirl672

     Dear Friends, I have just read and signed the online petition:    "Kill a Biker, Go To Jail" hosted on the web by PetitionOnline.com, the free online petition service, at:    http://www.PetitionOnline.com/sabiker/ I personally agree with what this petition says, and I ...

  • CycleFish Newsletter - July 2010

    Posted July 1, 2010 by Newsletter

    Wow, what a month June has been here at CycleFish...Not only did we have record numbers of visitors and activity on the site, we also had two very successful CycleFish Meet & Greet Parties, one on the West Coast, and one in Central U.S.  Laura and I just couldn't be any more excited about what ...

  • Harley-Davidson rides to Sturgis for 2010 Rally

    Posted June 29, 2010 by BikerNews

    Milwaukee (June 24, 2010) - Harley-Davidson will share the road with its customers this summer when Motor Company executives and employees enjoy the ride from the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee to Sturgis, S.D. for the 70th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. The Harley-Davidson Ride to Sturgis...

  • Congressional Motorcycle Safety Caucus Supports Ride to Work Day

    Posted June 22, 2010 by BikerNews

    Congressional Motorcycle Safety caucus urges riders to participate in Ride to Work Day From a press release issued by the Motorcycle Industry Council Washington, D.C., June 18 – In an open letter to motorcyclists the Congressional Motorcycle Safety Caucus (CMSC) Co-chairs, U.S. Representatives...

  • CycleFish Newsletter - June 2010

    Posted June 3, 2010 by Newsletter

    Well here we are in June and just a few days away from the official start of summer.  I hope everyone is getting some nice riding weather, and of course finding the time to ride.  I know Laura and I have been doing lots of riding, mostly local stuff while meeting some of our GREAT CycleFis...

  • Jake Ellis

    Posted June 2, 2010 by joaniet

    I am posting this blog for a dear friend's 18 year old son. Jake wrecked his racing four-wheeler a week and a half ago, and unfortunetly he did not have his helmet on and landed on his head on the black top. He has not been awake yet, he fractured his skull which saved him by allowing room for the s...

  • CycleFish Business Newsletter - May 2010

    Posted May 12, 2010 by Newsletter

    To All CycleFish Business Users, The riding and rally season is finally here for just about everyone, and with that comes many new users, visitors, and activity on CycleFish.  What does that mean for you?  It means a lot more riders seeing you profile, and becoming aware of your business...

  • Wisconsin Officials Mobilize to Retain Harley-Davidson

    Posted May 11, 2010 by BikerNews

    Wisconsin officials mobilize to retain Harley-Davidson Harley-Davidson pulling out its factory out of Milwaukee? That would be like General Motors abandoning Detroit, Kellogg's waving goodbye to Battle Creek, Mich., or Coca-Cola disappearing from Atlanta. But Harley is warning its unions tha...

  • Viper Motorcycle Co. Receives the First Ilmor 152 Inch Production Engines

    Posted May 5, 2010 by BikerNews

    Viper Motorcycle Company Receives the First Ilmor Designed 152 Inch Production Engines Viper Motorcycle Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Viper Powersports Inc., announced today delivery of the first re-designed production short stroke engines for the 2011 Viper build. According to Terry N...

  • CycleFish Newsletter - May 2010

    Posted May 3, 2010 by Newsletter

    Wow, I can't believe it's already May!  But that's a good thing because at least everyone is getting some nice riding weather, and there is some type of motorcycle event happening in every area of the country almost every weekend.  We know this for a fact because Laura (HDBeech) is working...

  • American Warrior Patriots

    Posted May 2, 2010 by DEFCON

    I posted this as a reply on a thread called Navy SEAL Museum, but wanted to save it here for I feel in the extreme when it comes to this. “Matthew Axelson, 29, was one of four Navy SEALs taking part in Operation Red Wing, a secret mission in Kunar Province, Afghanistan, to capture or kill Taliban...

  • Harley-Davidson May Leave Wisconsin

    Posted April 30, 2010 by BikerNews

    Harley-Davidson may leave Wisconsin if costs don't fall By DINESH RAMDE (AP) – April 29, 2010 MILWAUKEE — Motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson Inc. warned its employees Thursday it could move its Wisconsin manufacturing operations to another U.S. state if it can't cut millions of dollars...

  • ABATE of Florida, Inc. Welcomes Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month

    Posted April 29, 2010 by BikerNews

    ABATE of Florida, Inc. Welcomes May 2010 as Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month Deland, FL, April 29, 2010 – ABATE of Florida, Inc., Florida’s largest Motorcyclists’ Rights Organization (MRO), is continually trying to educate the motoring public of motorcycles’ presence on the thousands of mil...

  • CEO Keeping Harley Rolling Through Tough Times

    Posted April 27, 2010 by BikerNews

    Wandell slashes costs, cuts jobs in effort to save motorcycle firm Having climbed aboard an American icon at one of the most difficult points in its history, Keith Wandell has been driven by an overriding thought: Don't let Harley-Davidson become General Motors. Now, nearly a year into...

  • In the beginning was the Plan.

    Posted April 25, 2010 by Nofrets1

    In the beginning was the Plan. And then came the Assumptions. And the assumptions were without form. And the plan was without substance. And darkness was upon the faces of the workers. And they spoke among themselves saying, "It is a crock of shit and it stinks." And the workers went unto thei...

  • Motorcycle Deaths Down - Due to the Economy?

    Posted April 22, 2010 by BikerNews

    Motorcycle deaths unaccountably plunge after long rise After rising steadily for nearly a dozen years to set a record in 2008, the number of people killed nationally in motorcycle accidents dropped dramatically last year, according to a report issued Thursday. The report by the Governors High...

  • The Biker - a must read for everyone that drives!

    Posted April 20, 2010 by RoadCaptain

    The Biker When you see us moving past you quickly: Don't take offense or think we're trying to "show off". Ninety five percent of the time, we're trying to get out of your blind spot or taking ourselves out of a potential dangerous situation that has evolved around us. Dista...

  • The Biker

    Posted April 19, 2010 by Nofrets1

    I borrowed this from the B.A.C.A. web page http://www.bacausa.com/Internet/PR.php  It's a great read... in fact, it's something EVERYONE that drives should read! The Biker When you see us moving past you quickly: Don't take offense or think we're trying to "show off". Ninety ...

  • Harley-Davidson Changing Locations at Sturgis Rally

    Posted April 19, 2010 by BikerNews

    Harley-Davidson changing rally locations, leaving Rapid City Rapid City will not host Harley-Davidson during the 2010 Sturgis motorcycle rally. After more than 20 years, the motorcycle company is moving its corporate presence from its usual location at Rushmore Plaza Civic Center to Sturgis, a...

  • CycleFish Business Newsletter - April 2010

    Posted April 14, 2010 by Newsletter

    To All CycleFish Business Users, Once again we would like to thank each and every one of you for being a part of the CycleFish community.  And we want to especially thank those of you who have upgraded your business accounts, and/or purchased advertising on our site.  In addition to rec...

  • CycleFish Newsletter - April 2010

    Posted April 10, 2010 by Newsletter

    I know I'm late getting the April newsletter out, but it's April which means we have been busier than ever with the site, and of course trying to get in a little riding ourselves.  Once again we had a record month last month with the most users ever logging in, and the most new signups for a on...

  • Getting Intimate with Violence: Part 2

    Posted April 6, 2010 by DEFCON

    Getting Intimate with Violence II, © James G. Barnhart 2009 Violence is a tool. That's it........Thanks for coming.......  OK, seriously. Just as a gun, which is a tool, is praised and demonized for the results of it's use; so goes the reputation of violence. A mother hawk brin...

  • Getting Intimate with Violence

    Posted April 6, 2010 by DEFCON

    OK, there is some repetition here frm the Connecting the Dots articles, but stay with it as it expands into new concepts. Getting Intimate with Violence  © James Barnhart 2009     There is a lot of discussion on the subject of tactics.  That word, tactic?  It’s used A L...

  • Connecting the Dots

    Posted April 6, 2010 by DEFCON

      Defensive Intelligence: Connecting the Dots  © James Barnhart 2007   I had just come to a stop when they pulled into my driveway directly behind me.  Their headlights were set to high beams and I couldn’t see them for the glare in the rearview mirror.  Chris was always...

  • Connecting the Dots: Part 2

    Posted April 6, 2010 by DEFCON

      Cyclefish members in my area get the training for $18   Go to defconccw.com for more info.   Connecting the Dots: Part 2 © James Barnhart 2007               A laboratory rat was subjected to electric shock...

  • Triple Nickel "Ohio's Dragon-Tail & All"

    Posted April 3, 2010 by Dale

    Yesterday the projected weather report was Sunny & 80 here in central Ohio.  One of our Friday breakfast riding group suggested a pre-ride of Ohio 555 in advance of a scheduled HOG club ride coming up in May.  Five of us made our way from Columbus to the south...

  • The Sportster

    Posted April 1, 2010 by DEFCON

     Starter bike, ladies ride, too small, too light.......hmmmmmm. There are always trade-offs in this world. The law of numbers and physics remind us, all too often, that for every luxury or advancement, there is a price.  What you get with the Sportster is a very high torque to weight rati...

  • Don't Mess With Baby: The Sportster

    Posted March 25, 2010 by stephaniebritt

    Driving my car today for carpool I passed one of the prettiest little Sportsters I've seen in a while- custom pipes, bars, paint. It screamed for the attention these wonderful little marvels truly deserve so I must defend the honor of the Sportster that so many Harley riders call "starter bikes" and...

  • Project Basket case

    Posted March 21, 2010 by LONER

    Project Basket case I just traded the 1990 XLH Sporster for a Harley basket case, witch includes a 80 CI Shovelhead engine and a 1957 straight leg rigid frame. also a 4 speed Trans with  Elect/Kick start. I will post before & after pictures as well as during the building of my new projec...

  • CycleFish Business Newsletter - March 2010

    Posted March 16, 2010 by Newsletter

    To All CycleFish Business Users, First of all, we want to thank each and every one of you for creating a profile for your business here on the CycleFish.com website.  Whether you have been with us since the beginning or just recently signed up, you have probably noticed a very rapid growth of ...

  • CycleFish Newsletter - March 2010

    Posted March 10, 2010 by Newsletter

    Daytona Bike Week has come and gone, so that means we have officially kicked off the 2010 Rally Season.  As you probably know Laura (HDBeech) is in charge of the Event Calendar and working hard to make sure we include as many of the 2010 rides, rallies, and runs as we can.  But we could al...

  • Smaller Crowds at Daytona Bike Week

    Posted March 8, 2010 by BikerNews

    Smaller Crowds A Good Thing For Bike Week? DAYTONA BEACH -- Bike Week 2010 is reaching a climax in the Daytona Beach area, but not everyone is impressed with the crowds. Ray Branton has been manning the barber's chair along Beach Street for nearly three decades.     He&...

  • dishonest business's

    Posted February 28, 2010 by randymcbride111

         back in 08 a good friend of mine gave me a all original 1966 cz jawa 175 2stroke motorcycle. well as some of you may know parts for such a rare bike are very hard to come by. well after much research i found a fellow in bell florida by the name of gary hooper. the engine nee...

  • No Justice cont.

    Posted February 23, 2010 by stephaniebritt

    At 5'1" and a tad over my ideal weight I'm sure I AM intimidating! I can see how one might feel it will take an army of men to scare me and my sons and beat me down til I'm nothing instead of just agreeing to leave me the hell alone. I mean, really? Sorry, to be whining again. Just got back into to...

  • Buell Returns to His Racing Roots

    Posted February 15, 2010 by BikerNews

    Erik Buell, whose sport bike company was recently shut down by former owner Harley-Davidson Inc., has started his own company, Erik Buell Racing. Although the liquidation sale of the old Buell Motorcycle Co. hasn't even finished, the company's founder is deep into a new venture: Erik Bu...

  • Nebraska Helmet Law Repeal

    Posted February 12, 2010 by BikerNews

    Still no vote on Nebraska motorcycle helmet repeal The Legislature took the motorcycle helmet law for another spin around the block on Wednesday. After a two-hour ride, senators were back where they started with no first-round decision on whether they'll try to repeal Nebraska's law ...

  • Women Riders to Rev for a Cure at Daytona Bike Week

    Posted February 10, 2010 by BikerNews

    Female Motorcycle Riders Band Together to Raise Money for MDA MILWAUKEE, Feb. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- During this year's 69th Annual Daytona Bike Week, hundreds of female motorcycle enthusiasts and Harley-Davidson Motor Company are banding together to support the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MD...

  • CycleFish Newsletter - February 2010

    Posted February 1, 2010 by Newsletter

    Well here we are in February, and if you look real close, you can see spring coming not too far down the road.  And we all know what that means, riding and rally season is almost hear. Laura (HDBeech) has been working hard to get our Event Calendar up to date with all of the 2010 event listing....

  • Older Motorcyclists Staying in the Saddle Longer

    Posted January 30, 2010 by BikerNews

    Aging Bikers Taking to the Streets on Beefy Trikes Older motorcyclists staying in the saddle longer with comfy, easy to balance 3-wheelers Arthur McCoy didn't let the amputation of a leg because of cancer stop him from riding motorcycles. The solution to his disability came in the form of a...

  • To:Women From:Men, Who have had enough.

    Posted January 28, 2010 by IrishmanOhio

    1. Learn to work the toilet seat. If it's up, put it down. We need it up, you need it down. You don't hear us bitching about you leaving it down. 2. If you won't dress like the Victoria's Secret girls, don't expect us to act like soap opera guys. 3. If you think you'r...

  • Newest Harley Davidson Dark Custom - Forty-Eight

    Posted January 23, 2010 by BikerNews

    Newest Harley takes riders to Forty-Eight Harley-Davidson Inc. has introduced another bike in its Dark Custom series of motorcycles that have a blacked-out, retro look aimed at younger riders. Named the Forty-Eight, the latest Harley creation has a small solo seat, a fatter front tire and the ...

  • Personal Motto

    Posted January 22, 2010 by IrishmanOhio

     Some times I can be a dumbass, some times I can be a jackass, and still other times I can be a pain in the ass, BUT if you are one of those misguided individuals that thinks you can stand in judgement over me YOU can KISS MY ASS!

  • know your bikers

    Posted January 22, 2010 by Rick71

    know your bikers I saw you hug your purse closer to you in the grocery store line.But you didn't see me put an extra $10.00 in the collection plate last Sunday   I saw you pull your child closer when we passed each other on the sidewalk.But you didn't see me playing Santa at the local mal...

  • biker in black

    Posted January 22, 2010 by Rick71

    BIKER IN BLACK. Some think bikers are mean Some dressed in leathers and others in jeans You don't like our patches or the clothes that we wear You hate our bandannas and you hate our long hair You don't like our scooters and our loud noisy pipes You think we're not loyal to the stars and stripes Yo...

  • Myrtle Beach Area Motorcycle Rallies May Run in Tandem

    Posted January 21, 2010 by BikerNews

    Myrtle Beach area motorcycle rallies may run in tandem; Harley-Davidson rally trimmed to five days NMB convention to coincide with Cruisin' the Coast event Residents worried about a proposed motorcycle rally in North Myrtle Beach extending the spring rally season to three weeks won'...

  • Buell Motorcycle Factory & Liquidation Sale

    Posted January 18, 2010 by BikerNews

    Buell Motorcycle Closes Factory & Liquidation Sale Begins End of January The Buell Motorcycle Company, a subsidiary of Harley-Davidson, has ceased manufacturing motorcycles. On January 28th, 2010 Liquid Asset Partners, a Michigan liquidation firm, will begin the liquidation sale of vehicles a...

  • MA Motorcyclists To Get Insurance Rebates

    Posted January 15, 2010 by BikerNews

    Many Massachusetts motorcyclists to get rebates under insurance settlements Three insurers will collectively return more than $11 million to motorcycle owners in Massachusetts who were overcharged for insurance, under settlements the companies reached with Attorney General Martha Coakley’s office...

  • Residents Try to Stop Little Italy Motorcycle Fest

    Posted January 11, 2010 by BikerNews

    Residents Revved Up Over Little Italy Motorcycle Fest That Benefits Sick Kids LITTLE ITALY — Some neighborhood residents are trying to put an end to a long-running motorcycle festival that benefits kids with life-threatening illnesses. Gooch's Garlic Run, which has taken place every June ...

  • CycleFish Newsletter - January 2010

    Posted January 8, 2010 by Newsletter

    2009 was absolutely the best year we could have hoped for here at CycleFish.  After years of thinking about it, and another year of development, we finally converted the CycleFish website into a social network.  I want to especially thank those of you who signed up in the very beginning, w...

  • Domestic Violence-No Justice

    Posted January 7, 2010 by stephaniebritt

    Justice? I no longer think there is any, and that victims are meant to remain victims. It breaks my heart. If a man of some means has been served with a Domestic Violence Order of Protection by the law in order to protect a single mom, evidence including: 3 police reports, lots of text, voice etc. ...

  • Ridley Motorcycles settles lawsuit with Harley-Davidson

    Posted January 4, 2010 by BikerNews

    Seven Year Legal Battle with Harley-Davidson Ends in Ridley's Discontinuation of "Auto-Glide" Name Ridley Automatic Motorcycles What's in a name? In this case, an epic legal struggle and a whole lot of marketability. Harley-Davidson, manufacturer of nearly half the bikes sold in Amer...

  • At look at 2009

    Posted December 31, 2009 by highrisk

    09 started off shaky had to fly to AZ in Feb due to illness Almost lost my dad and grand father. There are both fine now. Did catch a Mariners spring training game.. Our daughter graduated high school. Deener and I hit a few concerts this year not counting all the bands at the rallies.  We saw ...

  • Classic Indian Chief Coming to California

    Posted December 24, 2009 by BikerNews

    Classic Indian Chief motorcycle ready to roll The revived brand, already for sale in 16 other states, clears California's tough emissions standards. But it arrives during the worst motorcycle market in decades. The classic Indian Chief motorcycle, prized for its fanciful fenders and an Americ...

  • If George Bush had...

    Posted December 24, 2009 by Nofrets1

     If George W. Bush had been the first President to need a teleprompter installed to be  able to get through a press conference, would you have laughed and said this is more proof of how he inept he is on his own and is really controlled by smarter men behind the scenes?   If  G...

  • Indiana H-D Dealer Fights Sunday Motorcycle Sales Ban

    Posted December 21, 2009 by BikerNews

    There are some things you can’t buy on Sundays in Indiana: alcohol, cars, and motorcycles. But a local businessman, along with a state senator, are working for change. There are some things you can’t buy on Sundays in Indiana: alcohol, cars, and motorcycles. One local Harley Davidson dealer thin...

  • Anti-Noise Group Blasts Harley Davidson Riders

    Posted December 15, 2009 by BikerNews

    Anti-noise group raises ruckus over Harley riders A national group opposed to noise pollution has blasted Harley-Davidson riders who ride loud bikes, saying they're bullies who ruin the quality of life for others and inflict senseless pain on our ears. Noise Free America also says the Wis...

  • Harley Davidson Touring Motorcycle Safety Recall

    Posted December 12, 2009 by BikerNews

    Harley Davidson Touring Motorcycle Fuel Tank Mount Recall – Over 111,000 Units Affected The National Highway Safety Traffic Administration (NHTSA) has announced a safety recall for 2009 and 2010 Harley-Davidson touring models including CVOs and Trikes. Under certain crash conditions the front gas t...

  • JP Cycles rip-off

    Posted December 12, 2009 by justforfun

    Hi everyone, just want it share the experience I had at JP Cycles, at Ormond , after talking to one of the sales reps, i bought a tail light for my bike, was told that it would flash before stopping completely as soon as I apply the brakes, however it did not do that, and it did not fit in the bike,...

  • CycleFish Newsletter - December 8, 2009

    Posted December 8, 2009 by Newsletter

    I don't know about you, but I am having a hard time believing that the Holiday Season is already upon us, and 2009 is almost over.  But what a great year it has been for Laura and I... We are finally realizing our dream of making CycleFish one of the best biker/motorcycle websites on the intern...

  • 5 New Honda Motorcycles for 2010

    Posted November 23, 2009 by BikerNews

    American Honda Announces Five Additional 2010 Models American Honda Motor Company's Powersports Division announced today its fourth release of 2010 models. The release of these five on-road machines follows the earlier announcements of Honda's 2010 powersports lineup. "These five street ...

  • Harley-Davidson as Official WI State Motorcycle

    Posted November 21, 2009 by BikerNews

    MADISON, Wis. — Milwaukee-based Harley-Davidson would become the official Wisconsin motorcycle under a bill proposed in the Legislature. Milwaukee Democratic Rep. Leon Young says the idea came from a family member of Sgt. Jeremy Vrooman, who was killed last year while serving in Iraq. Young ar...

  • Patches

    Posted November 16, 2009 by Nofrets1

    TOPIC statement:  I keep finding great patches, each giving a little insight as to who I am.  But like tattoos, you only have so much canvas.   So... how many patches is enough?   If anyone noticed, the top patch in my profile picture is a Christian patch.  The lo...

  • Harley-Davidson Extends NHRA Program

    Posted November 13, 2009 by BikerNews

    Harley-Davidson extends official status; naming rights on Sportsman Motorcycle series Harley-Davidson Motor Company has extended both its official program with NHRA and its title sponsorship of the NHRA Harley-Davidson Sportsman Motorcycle Series through the 2012 season. Harley-Davidson, the only...

  • Harley-Davidson Announces Women Riders Month 2010

    Posted November 12, 2009 by BikerNews

    Harley-Davidson announces plans for Women Riders Month 2010 MILWAUKEE (November 5, 2009) - Today Harley-Davidson announced plans to commemorate the 2nd Annual Women Riders Month in May 2010 by hosting women riders in its hometown of Milwaukee, Wis., on May 22 and 23, 2010. Women Riders Month is des...

  • Viper Motorcycle Company Reveals 2010 Diamondback

    Posted November 11, 2009 by BikerNews

    Viper Motorcycle Company Launches Branding Campaign With Motorcycle Displays and Prepares for Formal Launch of Their 2010 Diamondback Motorcycle Viper Motorcycle Company (OTCBB: VPWI), a wholly owned subsidiary of Viper Powersports Inc., is pleased to announce the release of the 2010 Viper Diamondb...

  • International Motorcycle Shows Adds Daytona Bike Week

    Posted November 10, 2009 by BikerNews

    International Motorcycle Shows adds Daytona Bike Week to Schedule The Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows will cruise into Ocean Center in conjunction with the 69th Annual Daytona Bike Week Wednesday, March 3 to Saturday, March 6. The final stop on this 12-city motorcycle extravaganza will o...

  • Indian Motorcycles on Good Morning America

    Posted November 5, 2009 by BikerNews

    Indian Motorcycles’ resurrection will get national TV exposure with an appearance on Good Morning America. Kings Mountain, NC— On Monday, Nov. 9, 2009, ABC News will film a feature on Indian Motorcycle Company, highlighting the revival of this historic brand amid America’s struggling automotive...

  • CycleFish Newsletter - November 4, 2009

    Posted November 4, 2009 by Newsletter

    Can you believe it's already November and the Holiday Season is just around the corner...Where did the summer go?  Hopefully the winter will go by just as fast as the summer did, and everyone will be back on their bikes in no time!  In the meantime you can still stay in touch with all your...

  • Harley-Davidson Recruits Supermodel Marisa Miller

    Posted November 2, 2009 by BikerNews

    Harley-Davidson Recruits American Supermodel Marisa Miller to Salute U.S. Military Personnel During the Month of November - Miller to be Featured in Special Harley-Davidson 'Military Appreciation Month' Campaign - LOS ANGELES, Nov. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Marisa Miller announced that s...

  • Study on Motorcycle Crashes to Begin

    Posted October 30, 2009 by BikerNews

    Why the surge in motorcycle deaths?  Federally funded L.A. study seeks answers The first major study of motorcycle crashes in nearly 30 years is underway in Los Angeles, as researchers attempt to pinpoint why resultant fatalities have soared over the last decade to constitute 14% of all roadw...

  • Full Throttle Saloon on TruTV

    Posted October 29, 2009 by BikerNews

    Los Angeles, CA (CNS) - The smell of roughhewn leather and motorcycle exhaust hangs heavy in the air with the newest series from truTV. "Full Throttle Saloon" focuses on the Sturgis, S.D., tavern of the same name, renowned as the "world's largest biker bar." The hour-long series, which will ...

  • Billy Lane's Jail Sentence Stands

    Posted October 28, 2009 by BikerNews

    Judge will not shorten prison term for Lane Victim's family wanted sentence to help cause A judge refused to shorten imprisoned celebrity motorcycle builder Billy Lane's six-year sentence despite his attorneys' claim his fatal crash victim's family thought he could do more good...

  • First International LoneStar Harley-Davidson Semi-Truck

    Posted October 27, 2009 by BikerNews

    Recipient takes first production International® LoneStar® Harley-Davidson™ Special Edition on the road for charity during Truck Driver Appreciation Week and asks fellow drivers for support MILWAUKEE--(Business Wire)-- Chris Hawker, a successful owner-operator truck driver and Harley-Davidson® moto...

  • Motorcycle Sales Down in 2009

    Posted October 24, 2009 by BikerNews

    Motorcycle makers cutting staff and product lines as sales plunge The biggest drops come in cruisers and sport bikes. Sales of scooters also fall sharply. A year ago, it looked as if fuel-sipping motorcycles might be the option for motorists facing increasing gas prices. This year, little seems to...

  • Orange County 9/11 Motorcycle Ride Red Light Scandal

    Posted October 22, 2009 by BikerNews

    Laguna Woods city manager apologizes to 9/11 motorcyclists Council members said city manager overreacted to ride organizers By CLAIRE WEBB The Orange County Register LAGUNA WOODS, CALIFORNIA - City Manager Leslie Keane offered an apology to the organizer of a 9/11 memorial motorcycle ride after ...

  • Toy Runs

    Posted October 19, 2009 by EventMan

    T'is the Season to be Jolly, and nothing will make you more jolly then participating in a toy run on your motorcycle with hundreds of other generous bikers.  There are tens of thousands of kids out there who will not know the excitement of opening a new toy this Holiday Season without a li...

  • Harley-Davidson to Discontinue Buell Sport Bikes

    Posted October 15, 2009 by Lucky

    Continuing hard times at Harley-Davidson came to something of a head Thursday with the announcement that the company was killing its Buell line of sport bikes almost immediately and actively looking for a buyer for its MV Agusta and Cagiva machines. Harley, which is based in Milwaukee, also disclos...

  • Riding a Motorcycle in the Rain

    Posted October 14, 2009 by RoadCaptain

    Motorcycle Rain Riding For most motorcycle riders the first time riding in the rain is normally not intentional.  They takeoff on an all day ride when the sun is shining and by afternoon they realize they're going to get their first taste of wet asphalt, like it or not. Riding a motorcy...

  • 2009 Love Ride Canceled

    Posted October 9, 2009 by EventMan

    October 8th, 2009 Glendale, Ca — Love Ride 26, slated for October 25, 2009, has been canceled. The announcement was made by Love Ride founder Oliver Shokouh, who cited the weak economy as the reason for the event’s cancellation. In place of the usual event, Glendale Harley, Home of the Love Ride...

  • CycleFish Newsletter - October 8, 2009

    Posted October 8, 2009 by Newsletter

     (Sent to all users October 8, 2009) As summer draws to a close, we hope you all had a fun and safe riding season. We know for some it is getting time to put the bike away for a couple of months and break out the winter toys. For you we recommend taking a look at our tips on Winterizing Your M...

  • California ABATE State Run - Kernville, CA

    Posted September 21, 2009 by HDBeech

    There is no easy way to get to Kernville!  But if you do make it, it’s worth it!  Lucky and I went to the California Abate Rally this past weekend in Kernville at Frandy Campground. We left around 7:30 am and met up with our good friends Russ & Cindy (BikerCrap) in Norco.  From...

  • Been enjoying the ride.

    Posted September 10, 2009 by hillbillybiker1

    Well I haven't been riding much at all up until about February of this year.  After I got rid of my old 80 GS550 I havent owned a bike.  I swore I would hold out for a Harely and did.  While I missed out on alot of riding and events over the years I am really enjoying riding now. ...

  • Nice Sat. ride

    Posted September 5, 2009 by donsvstar

    Me and the wife took off from Maynardville Tn tooks some nice backroads over to Rt11 up past Rutledge to 375 Then ran that down to Cherokee dam (375 if fun as hell, nice sweeps, just enjoyable ride) after the visit to the dam we headed down to Chandlers deli for the bbq, but just didnt like the area...

  • She Arrives in All her Splendor....

    Posted September 5, 2009 by AmyWhitetheWickedBitch

        “If God and the fates see fit to guide this story of my life through the printing presses on laughter silvered rims, Irene and I are going to make that ride to Sturgis one more magnificent time. It may kill me in September, but in August, I plan on wearing the dust and the high...

  • Bob's first ride.

    Posted September 5, 2009 by AmyWhitetheWickedBitch

    My husband Bob bought his first motorcycle ever at age 64, an 08 Electra Glide Ultra Classic. He initially bought it for me... this is the story of his first ride ever on a motorcycle.   “I like to dream yes, yes, right between my sound machine”   I prepared for another laz...

  • About the Wicked Bitch

    Posted September 4, 2009 by AmyWhitetheWickedBitch

            I am Amy Irene White. i grew up in the Arkansas delta and now live in Sheridan. I am 35 yrs old, and have been a freelance journalist contributing to In the Wind, Easyriders, Biker, and V-Twin for about ten years. I am 90 percent deaf, from degeneartive nerve deteri...

  • excerpt from Wicked Bitch on Cure4Lupus website

    Posted September 4, 2009 by AmyWhitetheWickedBitch

    my story featured on Cure4Lupus website Cure4Lupus.org News: Amy White’s Story An excerpt from Amy’s book “Wicked Bitch”   Throughout the bittersweet years, I have been through seven Harleys, a few men, a billion camels, a million miles, a river of tears, a good bi...

  • Excerpts from Wicked Bitch by BIker Author Amy Irene White

    Posted September 4, 2009 by AmyWhitetheWickedBitch

    Excerpts from Wicked Bitch, in honor of Sturgis Bike Week 2009   “Twinkle, twinkle, lucky star…” Bo and I were deliriously happy.. I was Hepburn to his Tracy, Scarlett to his Rhett, and Kitty to his Marshall Dillon. One Sat-urday morning, we had finished up our last j...

  • CycleFish Now on FaceBook

    Posted September 1, 2009 by Lucky

    CycleFish now has a profile and business page on face book.    Visit our Profile (don't forget to add us as a "Friend" Ron Schaefer Create Your Badge   Visit our CycleFish Page (be sure to become a CycleFish "Fan" CycleFish - The Ultimate Biker Website Promote Your Pa...

  • Go Topless in Venice Beach, CA

    Posted August 25, 2009 by HDBeech

    Lucky and I rode to the start of a Poker Run by the Iron Workers and had a great breakfast at the restaurant The Starting Gate.  The place IS across the street from the Los Alamitos Race Track.  After breakfast, we rode the bike to Venice Beach for National Go Topless Day (August 23, 2009)...

  • Road Trip, Glacier, Testy, Yellowstone

    Posted August 10, 2009 by highrisk

    A weekend road trip to Testy Festy turned in to a week on the road...  Deener (aka Road Warrior Princess) and I were planning on going to  Testy and meeting up with Raywood on Thursday afternoon.... Well Tuesday I just couldn't take it anymore. Called Deener and told her I  was on my ...

  • RUN 21 Motorcycle Rally - Birkenfeld, Oregon

    Posted August 5, 2009 by highrisk

    Had a BLAST at Run 21...... Deener and I met Raywood and Knotso(from Big Dog site) Friday morning and rolled out at 7am. Weather was a little drizzly on the way down. Stopped at Castle rock for breakfast. I think it was 49er's, WOW there Country fried chicken is huge and all the food was very tasty....

  • Motorcycle Hand Signals

    Posted August 1, 2009 by RoadCaptain

    When riding with a group communications between riders can be difficult. The following is a list of hand signals for communicating between motorcyclists. Use them as you see fit. Note that they all require that you take a hand of foot off of the controls and this may not always be a good id...

  • Wetzelland Ohio

    Posted July 28, 2009 by LightOneUp

    So, I'm lucky enough to get to a lot of rallys and I've been hearing about Wetzelland for a long time.  I happened to be in Ohio this summer...excellent, I decide to check it out.  What a yawn-fest.  First off: $40 each for my old lady and me to get in, $10 to park a cage or $100 for ...

  • My Guardian Angel,

    Posted July 22, 2009 by PrimalLeathers

     I was in kind of a hurry to get to Missouri because my mother had written me and said she wasn’t feeling well. I stuck to the main freeways going out there, it was mostly uneventful. I rode for 2 days strait and because I couldn’t keep my eyes open any longer I stopped to catch a f...

  • Hollister (GTMC) 2009 Rally at Bolado Park

    Posted July 9, 2009 by HDBeech

    For the first time, I did not have to get up at 4:00 am to leave for a Rally.  I worked until 11:00 am, came home and Lucky and I were on our way to Hollister.  It's only about 350 miles from our house and we figured about 5 to 6 hours.  Wrong. I assumed (and you know what happe...

  • George's Garage - Specialty Tools for Harleys

    Posted June 24, 2009 by BikerCrap

      For you “Fix Your Own” Harley owners looking for that “Specialty Tool” called out in the Harley repair manual, check out George’s Garage. George is another local guy, out here where I live, and has developed his own line of Harley specialty tools. I&rs...

  • Redwood Run 2009 Recap

    Posted June 15, 2009 by HDBeech

    The Redwood Run Motorcycle Rally & Biker Party in Piercy, CA is my FAV Rally.  It does wear on my butt for the long trip, approximately 650 miles, but definitely worth it.  This year was no exception. Out of the house and on the bike at 4:30 am Thursday morning, June 11, 2009.  M...

  • HOGROCK River Rally

    Posted June 6, 2009 by EventMan

    HOGROCK River Rally Motorcycle Rally Everything you want to know or see about the HOGROCK River Rally is right here.  We have all the latest HOG Rock 2009 information, pictures from past HogRock Rallies, plus links to other helpful information like area lodging, maps, weather and more. Fo...

  • Do’s & Don’ts When Purchasing Motorcycle Leathers Online.

    Posted June 4, 2009 by PrimalLeathers

    Do ask what type of leather it is made from. There are several kinds of leathers which are commonly used to make motorcycle jackets and biker apparel. The quality will vary greatly depending on the type of leather and the manufacturing process involved. It’s important to read the item descrip...

  • Harley Davidson Sales Dropping in Bad Economy

    Posted June 1, 2009 by Pete817

    I just read this story in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel about Harley Davidson sales dropping.  I know are local Harley dealer is hurting.  They are doing more and more events at the sealership to bring in new (and existing) customers.  I have even heard about a few H-D dealerships ar...

  • Gulfport Blowout Motorcycle Rally

    Posted May 21, 2009 by EventMan

    Gulfport Blowout Memorial Day Motorcycle Rally Everything you want to know or see about the Gulfport Blowout Rally is right here.  We have all the latest Gulfport Mississippi 2009 information, pictures from past Gulfport Rallies, plus links to other helpful information like area lodging, m...

  • Laughlin River Run 2009

    Posted May 2, 2009 by HDBeech

    Lucky and I decided to go to Laughlin this year for the River Run Rally, but we planned to get there a few days before the Rally started.  I hate being on the freeway with the Bike, so we decided to go the desert way.  I didn't count on a heatwave in April!  It was 100 to 110 deg...

  • 2009 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R - Motorcycle Test

    Posted April 16, 2009 by RacerX

    You got to love a 600cc motorcycle with 150 HP.  This is from UltimateMotorcycling.com...   Track-Ready, Supersport Motorcycle. Having surrendered the AMA 600cc Supersport title in 2008, Kawasaki is clearly anxious to get it back. The previous Ninja iteration was a good machine, but the...

  • CycleFish Rules For Site Content

    Posted April 2, 2009 by CycleFishAdmin

    Please review these rules prior to posting any public content on the CycleFish.com website.  These rules apply to ALL areas of the website including, but not limited to, your personal profile, photo albums, comments on any profile (including your own) blogs, and the forum. There are two main r...

  • About CycleFish Biker and Motorcycle Network

    Posted March 26, 2009 by Lucky

    CycleFish is the ultimate resource and network for bikers, motorcyclists, and motorcycle enthusiasts.  While our site is based around a social network for bikers and motorcycle enthusiasts, it is much more than that!  CycleFish is also a valuable resource to anyone with an interest in moto...

  • 2009 Hollister Independence Rally

    Posted March 25, 2009 by EventMan

    UPDATE: Good News - Even though the City of Hollister has canceled the motorcycle rally and events downtown...The original GTMC Bolado Park rally at Hollister Ca. is Back. This is NOT a city event the entire event will be at Bolado Park. For more information, go the the Bolado Park Rally listing. ...

  • Heat Deflectors

    Posted March 19, 2009 by BikerCrap

    I’ve had a set of these things on my Road King since 2003.  Didn’t get them because I was trying to deflect heat, got them because they looked good and they were a bit unique.  Found the guy that makes these things way back in my Yahooligan days, pretty cool dude, a Vet, b...

  • Motorcycle / Biker Event Calendar

    Posted March 17, 2009 by EventMan

    Entering Events   Please read these guidelines before entering Events into the system...   First and foremost - This is a Motorcycle Event Calendar.  Do NOT ENTER EVENTS that are not MOTORCYCLE EVENTS.  Even if you have a motorcycle related business, if the event is not motor...

  • Laughlin River Run - Rally Information

    Posted March 16, 2009 by EventMan

    The Laughlin River Run Vitals: Rally Location: Laughlin, NV [Map]  [Weather] Rally Dates: April 27, 2011 - May 1, 2011 Official Laughlin River Run Website: www.laughlinriverrun.com CycleFish Event Listing: Laughlin River Run Past Laughlin River Run Photos Be s...

  • Ben Bostrom wins the Daytona 200

    Posted March 9, 2009 by RacerX

    From a press release issued by Daytona International Speedway... Yamaha’s Ben Bostrom won the inaugural nighttime running of the 68th Daytona 200 By Honda on Friday night at Daytona International Speedway. Bostrom seized the lead for the final time from M4 Suzuki rider Jason DiSalvo through the ...

  • Redwood Run - Rally Information, Pictures, Links

    Posted March 7, 2009 by EventMan

    The Redwood Run   Everything you want to know or see about the Redwood Run Motorcycle Rally is right here.  We have all the latest Kiwanis Original Redwood Run 2013 information, pictures from past Redwood Run Rallies, plus links to other helpful information like area lodging, maps, wea...

  • Mat Mladin Wins Daytona Superbike

    Posted March 6, 2009 by RacerX

    Mladin Continues Mastery of Daytona with Seventh AMA Pro American Superbike Victory (story from AMA Pro Racing website)   DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (March 5, 2009) - Rockstar/Makita Suzuki rider Mat Mladin won his seventh career AMA Pro National Guard American Superbike presented by Parts Unli...

  • Motorcycle Camping - Tips, Equipment and Motorcycle Campgrounds

    Posted March 5, 2009 by RoadCaptain

    This area is to help you with all of your motorcycle camping needs, including Planning Your Trip, Finding Motorcycle Friendly Campgrounds, and Finding Motorcycle Camping Equipment.  Motorcycle camping is one of the greatest ways to get out and enjoy this beautiful country of ours. Riding in th...

  • Daytona Bike Week Rally Information

    Posted March 3, 2009 by EventMan

      Daytona Bike Week - Daytona Motorcycle Rally - Daytona Biketoberfest  The Rally Vitals: Location: Daytona Beach, Florida  [Map]   [Weather] Dates: Bike Week: March 4   thru  March 13, 2011 Dates: Biketoberfest: October 13   thru  October ...

  • Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Information Page

    Posted March 3, 2009 by EventMan

    Sturgis Bike Week / Black Hills Motorcycle Rally The Rally Vitals: Rally Location: Sturgis, South Dakota  [Map]  [Weather] Rally Dates: August 8, 2016 - August 13, 2016 Official Rally Website:www.sturgismotorcyclerally.com Email:rallydepartment@sturgismotorcyclerally.com  ...

  • Information for Business Owners

    Posted February 26, 2009 by Lucky

    If you are a business owner and would like to sign up on CycleFish as a Business User, please read this blog first. To signup as a business user CLICK HERE - BE SURE TO SELECT "BUSINESSES" USING THE ACCOUNT TYPE DROPDOWN ON THE FIRST PAGE OF SIGNUP -.  Please note that not all s...

  • Weekend Bar Hop

    Posted February 22, 2009 by HDBeech

    We finally had a weekend with no rain and no family commitments, so it was time to go for a ride. Lucky cleaned the RoadKing while I got ready and we were on the road by 9am. We headed south and then up over the Ortega Highway into Lake Elsinore to meet up with our good friends Russ & Cindy. We ...