National Stories

Story of a special Sportster

By BFC Squint, Ohio I met Tony in elementary school and we quickly became best friends – a friendship that has lasted throughout the years.  As fate would have it, we married sisters; so we have always shared major life events together as family. My wife Pam and I had two daughters. Tony and Tina, had one boy and one ...

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Motorcycling Mayan Mysteries: Ek Balam to Rio Secreto

By Koz Mraz. Photos by Koz & Christina (The Boss) The Yucatan peninsula is well known for its party life in Cancun, the Mayan ruins, beautiful beaches and incredible resorts. I’ve ridden Harleys in Asia, Europe, Jamaica and Bali, so why not here?  The upside is: the toll roads are amazing, secondary roads pretty well maintained and generally the drivers ...

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Wacky Helmets

Story by Ray Seidel. Skid lids. Love ‘em or hate, in nanny states like California, ya gotta wear ‘em. Now, I PERSONALLY think helmets ought to be optional, as there ARE occasions when it makes no sense AT ALL. Having said that, I am less likely (in the day of the cell phone) to ride without one if given the ...

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Harley Drags 2018: Get Ready for Action!

If you’ve never been to the drags to see Harley Davidson V-Twins battle it out, you DON’T know what you’re missing.  If the sights, sounds and the scent of burning rubber don’t impress you, maybe a good whiff of nitromethane will help wake you up to the excitement of motorcycle drag racing in 2018.  Imagine if you can, drag bikes ...

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2018 Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys Calendar

Quick Throttle was proud to partner with Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys to produce this beautiful 2018 Calendar.  Available in the January edition of Quick Throttle Magazine and at select Russ Brown sponsored events throughout the year.

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Motorcycle Ads Through The Years

By Ray Seidel The world’s oldest motorcycle – Royal Enfield, and America’s oldest motorcycle, Indian Motocycle, both beginning in 1901, were little more than bicycles with motors attached. (And yes, Indian left the ”R” off the name.) After about a decade, many new manufacturers sprang up with actual, albeit rudimentary, motorcycles, and a host of innovative features. This necessitated advertising ...

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2017 Thunder Beach – Panama City, Florida

Thunder Beach - Panama City Florida

See the full 2017 Thunder Beach photo gallery By Pastor Z    Panama City’s Fall Thunder Beach Rally is always one of my favorites.  The weather is just about perfect as everywhere else it’s really cooling down around the end of October, but Panama City is in the mid 80’s to low 90’s.  Absolutely perfect weather for a bike rally. ...

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Cold Weather Riding

Cold Weather Riding

By the Russ Brown Team, Photo by Barry Hathaway This time of year, many riders, including our affiliate attorneys in Northern parts of the U.S. are faced with the depressing hassle of prepping their bikes for storage over the winter.   Lucky us…at our Headquarters in SoCal, we don’t have to worry about that –we get to ride all year!  But ...

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Sturgis 2017 – Part 2

Read our October 2017 digital magazine for full coverage and photos.  By Perry and Traci Nelson    Traci and I got to Sturgis a little early this year…For a couple reasons:    #1 We saw an entirely new look to the venue taking shape at the Buffalo Chip. The American Flat Track (AFT) as well as Indian, Harley-Davidson, Honda, Kawasaki, and ...

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The Tattoo Bike

The famous Quick Throttle Cover bike adds a sidecar and debuts in Sturgis During the 77th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, the biggest motorcycle rally in the world, The Recidivist, built by the Polish Game Over Cycles, won 1st place in the “Most Unusual” class in the Rat’s Hole Custom Bike Show, the oldest and most prestigious custom bike show in ...

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