National Stories

The Ice Run Returns

After a year away the world’s ‘coolest’ motorcycling event is back and promising more crashes, splashes and Russian vodka shots than ever… The 6th Ice Run, taking place in March 2018, has just opened its doors for entrants – teams of two comprising one driver and one ‘navigator’ in a side-car, although you can swap over as much as you ...

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Royal Enfield: Fun and Affordable Motorcycling

Story by Ray Seidel Click here to see the full article in our digital magazine I have to admit, I’ve always had a soft spot for the Royal Enfield Bullet. The Bullet is actually the longest lived motorcycle design in history, and the company itself is tied with Indian as the oldest, circa 1901. Though of course, Harley-Davidson has been ...

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THE NEANDER

A portrait about the world’s number one vintage motorcycle expert and his appreciation for one particular motorcycle. The Neander. An incredible machine form the late 1920s. A piece of German history very few people in the motorcycle world know about. Particular to one man and his genius. Ernst Neumann-Neander. The Neander does not only look futuristic it performs as well ...

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Rolling Thunder

The 30th Annual event in Washington, D.C. was absolutely incredible. Story & pics by Pastor Z. We arrived at the KOA Campground on Friday afternoon, and got our bikes and bags unpacked, and those who were camping were setting up their tents. Later that afternoon a handful of us headed for downtown D.C. – where we attended a very special ...

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Harley-Davidson enters race to buy Italian rival Ducati: sources

Jun 22, 2017 | Easy rider? Harley-Davidson ‘lines up’ Ducati bid By Pamela Barbaglia | LONDON   U.S. motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson (HOG.N) is lining up a takeover bid for Italian rival Ducati, potentially bringing together two of the most famous names in motorcycling in a deal that could be worth up to 1.5 billion euros ($1.67 billion), sources told Reuters. ...

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New Harley-Davidson Street Rod is tuned for dynamic performance

High-Output Revolution X Engine and Refined Chassis Deliver More Power and Nimble Handling MILWAUKEE (March 9, 2017) – The new Harley-Davidson® Street Rod™ motorcycle is a muscular middle-weight built to blitz the city streets. An addition to the Harley-Davidson® Street™ model family, the Street Rod is agile, powerful and tuned for maneuvering through traffic and congestion. Steeped in tough Harley-Davidson® ...

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HARLEY-DAVIDSON ROAD KING SPECIAL DELIVERS ALL-NEW MILWAUKEE-EIGHT ENGINE

MILWAUKEE (Feb. 9, 2017) – Swapping chrome for black and powered by the muscular Milwaukee-Eight™ 107 engine, the new Road King Special motorcycle pushes Harley-Davidson’s touring line in a dramatic new styling direction, expressing a contemporary perspective on the classic Road King model. “The Road King Special pounds down the boulevard like a gleaming locomotive rolling through a train yard at midnight,” ...

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The Hard Rock Cafe in Krakow, Poland, Unveils One of its Rarest & Most Unique Exhibits

ON OCTOBER 21ST, THE WORLD-RENOWNED US RESTAURANT WILL ADD A CUSTOM HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE TO ITS COLLECTION OF ROCK AND ROLL ARTIFACTS. The Cafe Racer, developed by Polish custom bike company Game Over Cycles (GOC), will show just what happens when the motorcycle world and the music world collide. Known for their groundbreaking ideas, the GOC crew started out with ...

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Cannonball Run 2016

Story by Ray Seidel Sept 10-25, 2016. 3,133 miles from Atlantic City NJ to Carlsbad CA on 93 100+ year old motorcycles ridden by riders from 8 countries. Now after three successful events, the Cannonball has become an American institution, bringing in riders, and collectors from all over the world. Restorations have taken on a new meaning as skilled engine ...

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Harley & the Davidsons

Story by Ray Seidel, Photos courtesy of Discovery Channel “Living by your own rules” 1903. We all know that date – the year Harley-Davidson was born, and the year this story begins in this three two-hour miniseries. Keeping in mind this is a docudrama, NOT a documentary, this is an exciting ride through the first three decades of American motorcycling. ...

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