Author Archives: Quick Throttle

Tinker Talk: Sportster Clutch Adjustment

By Justin James Riding a bike with an improperly functioning clutch can be a pain. You may have trouble shifting or experience some clutch slip or drag. This can often be caused by improper adjustment. Luckily the process to properly set it is not a very tough task. In this edition of Tinker Talk I will demonstrate how to properly ...

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Sun, Snow and a Devil’s Tail

By Bryan Hall Let’s face it: the weather this year has been positively off its meds. Snow, rain, hail, sun, wind…and sometimes all within a few hours! One day it’s 80 degrees, the next it’s freezing cold and raining. The good news is, we survived it all and are gearing up for those road trips. Personally, I have been dying ...

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Blessing of the Bikes 2019

By Tracey “Gypsy” Kohman On May 18th I attended my first Blessing of the Bikes ceremony at the Hilton United Methodist Church. The Pastor performing the blessing, Jennifer Green was very welcoming…as was the small town of Hilton, NY; it appeared to be a very bike friendly town. Passerby’s stopped along the sidewalk to watch what was going on. Pastor ...

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Outlaw Country Artist Gethen Jenkins Brings Traditional Honkytonk Sound with Debut Album, Western Gold, Out July 26th

(Nashville, TN – June 27, 2019) – The Country music scene has its eye on singer-songwriter Gethen Jenkins as the next up-and-coming Outlaw Country artist with the release of his debut album, Western Gold, via RED MUSIC/Five Music, due on Friday, July 26. The former U.S. Marine who served for eight years during Operation Iraqi Freedom, exclusively premiered his debut ...

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June 2019 Quick Throttle Magazine

CALIFORNIA/SOUTHWEST EDITION: The June 2019 issue of Quick Throttle Magazine is packed with trips to Sedona, Spring Thaw, Buffalo Motorama and Daytona. Plus we check out the Blue Collar Build Off, the Steel Horse Saloon’s Trifecta and much more!   NORTHWEST EDITION:  In the June 2019 issue of Quick Throttle Magazine: Northwest, we visit the Northwest Harley-Davidson Spring Kick-Off, ABATE ...

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Steel Horse Saloon’s Trifecta, Patrick’s Run

By Perry & Traci Nelson Starting at the end of March through the first week of April motorcycle enthusiasts head down to my beautiful hometown state of Arizona, where there are motorcycle events and activities throughout the entire state. One of the first events that happens, in the Phoenix metro area, is the Trifecta. TRIFECTA The Trifecta is a Bike ...

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Meeting Max Meyers, team, at Desert 100, 2019

Spotlight on: MaxPower Law and V2Works’ riding CEO Troy Turner Desert 100 competitor Troy Turner is the epitome of the saying, “Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life!” Troy says, “I have been riding motorcycles for more than five decades and working with groups like MaxPower Law and Quick Throttle just reinforces my love ...

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Rockin’ it Red Horse Style

When several good things come together, great things come out of it. We got to witness firsthand how spectacular that is. By JD Gore and Jody Davison When we were asked to cover an event, “Rockin’ the Red Horse” in Ellensburg, WA, we thought, sure, why not? We didn’t know what to expect. We had heard of it but didn’t ...

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Blue Collar Build Off 2019

By Rob Borden In only its third year, the Blue Collar Build Off is making a huge splash in the “low budget, amateur bike building” world. It has already been featured all over the country in everything from internet blogs, to mainstream radio, national magazines, newspaper headlines and even the ABC News. Rob Borden, BCBO founder, says that competitors have ...

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78th Annual Daytona Bike Week Rally 2019

By Pastor Z Daytona Bike Week was absolutely amazing this year.  Estimates had the numbers at hundreds of thousands of motorcycles. Bikers rolled in from lots of different states and countries. It was truly an amazing week.  We saw patches from locations all over the planet – which was of course exciting! I landed in Orlando on Wednesday night, and ...

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