National Stories

Sequestered in Sedona

By Koz Mraz In a world quarantined, as masses huddle behind closed doors, the open road calls to all who hear her beckoning. Yeah, I’m six feet away from other people, full face helmet, armored leather jacket, gloves, pants and boots. The virus has us socially distanced but not sequestered, almost anywhere you live, you can ride. And what a ...

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The Tale of Two Indian Larry Bikes

Mecum Auctions, 2020 By Shannon “Dazzlin” Venturo Hundreds of motorcycles crossed the auction block as Mecum Auctions brought its annual vintage and antique motorcycle auction to South Point Hotel & Casino January 21-26 in Las Vegas, NV. Patrons can always count on Mecum to find a huge variety of motorcycles up for sale, including dirt bikes, cruisers and racing bikes. ...

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COLORADO MOTORCYCLE EXPO 2020

By Staci Wilt What many locals call, “The Swap Meet,” is far from just a swap meet. The Colorado Motorcycle Expo is, without question, one of the largest motorcycling events in the Four Corners states, and the largest in the state of Colorado. Never heard of it? Well, picture a motorcycle rally set up inside of a gigantic building, better ...

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COLORADO MOTORCYCLE EXPO: There’s a New Sheriff in Town!

By Cerah Venturo I had the pleasure of traveling to Denver to attend the 42nd Annual Colorado Motorcycle Expo at the National Western Complex, February 2020. Presented by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys and Sun Harley Davidson. “The largest motorcycle swap meet in the country!” was an epic show full of endless unique vendors selling new andused motorcycles, parts, apparel, and ...

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COLORADO MOTORCYCLE EXPO II

By J.P. Hill & Pastor Z. Photos by J.P. Hill (BFC Spider, Colorado) The excitement preceding this event was stellar. The buzz was that they were expecting hundreds of vendors, over a hundred custom and antique motorcycles and 20,000+ attendees; the end results hit those numbers and then some. The Colorado Motorcycle Expo was held in Denver on February 1st ...

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Appalachian Moto Jam

By Tracey “Gypsy” Kohman It was no surprise to me that my first trip to a ski resort would have absolutely nothing to do with skiing. Kenny Buongiorno, the man behind Appalachian Moto-Jam and producer of the race we planned to attend, had a contagious excitement; I found myself counting down the days! In the meantime, I had to prepare ...

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Mad Max Trike

By Steven Youngblood This bike started out as a 1976 Harley Ironhead that was found in an old barn. The old bike was in rough shape and needed lots of love and attention to bring it back to life. So, we loaded it on the trailer and took it to our shop. Once we got the bike back to the ...

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ThirstyRock Hydration Tank Bag

By Tom “Bomb” Christian The ThirstyRock Hydration Tank Bags are very well thought out, with military grade materials that include the mouthpiece and valve, making it very durable and easy to use. Their secret lies in using dual thermal lining that’s very lightweight, considering what it does; keeping the water and ice melting at a much slower rate in 110 ...

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Hell Bound Train: One Hell of a Drag Bike

By Tom McCarthy Some will remember Kevin Cleary’s “Hellbound Train” drag bike from the 1980’s era as a two-time championship winning Pro Dragster class bike (1984-85). While the DRAGBIKE! #1 plates were won decades ago, let me assure you, if you ever get to see this bike in person today in the modern era, you won’t forget it any time ...

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Ladies of the AMRA

By Tom McCarthy  During the 34 years of the American Motorcycle Racing Association’s long and storied competition, for decades, women have found their way into the high speed battles alongside men, going just as fast and just as quick as their male counterparts. There are single women who race and also husband and wife combinations where the wife is racing ...

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