Tag Archives: 2018

Laughlin River Run 2018 Map

 

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ROAD TEST: 2018 Indian Scout Bobber Review

Minimalist Bike, Maximum Fun! By Ray Seidel*    With the end of WWII, servicemen came home with an eye for some fun & thrills, and sought out pre-war cars and/or cheap war surplus motorcycles; two different approaches to the same goal. Strip ‘em down, remove the chrome, bob or outright remove the fenders, and have a hot little number to tool ...

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Quick Throttle Magazine Northwest Edition – April 2018

IN THIS EDITION: In our 17th anniversary issue, Quick Throttle Magazine goes motorcycling in the Yucatan, plus we visit the NHRA Winternationals and the Mecum Las Vegas Motorcycle Auction. We also take an in-depth look at the Triumph Bonneville Bobber and the new “Big Bore” Indian, and a special tribute to the late Micky Jones.  

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ROAD TEST: 2018 Indian Chieftain Limited Review

By Ray Seidel We all know the Indian Chieftain line-up of motorcycles is state-of-the-art under the vintage styling, but for those who favor a more contemporary look, the 2018 Chieftain Limited might be just your ticket. Add the Stage 3 Performance 116 ci. Big Bore  Kit to the engine, and “The Joneses” will have to keep up with YOU. These ...

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ROAD TEST: 2018 Triumph Bonneville Bobber Review

By Koz Mraz. Photos by Christina Fior The Triumph Bonneville Bobber is the most successful new model launch in Triumph’s 115-year history, with more customers taking delivery of the Bobber in the first 30 days than any previous Triumph motorcycle. A ’Bobber,’ originally called a ‘bob-job’ from the 1930s through 1990s,  typically involved stripping excess bodywork from a motorcycle; removing ...

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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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2018 Mecum Las Vegas Motorcycle Auction

By “Dazzlin” Shannon Venturo and Mecum.com “Following last year’s phenomenal $13-million-plus record sales and 92 percent sell-through rate, the Mecum Las Vegas Motorcycle Auction has again cemented its title as the world’s premiere vintage motorcycle auction with a repeat successful performance at this year’s 27th annual Mecum Auction,” stated Mecum officials. The auction featured an estimated 1,750 antique, vintage and ...

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2017 David Mann Chopperfest

By Tom Christian; Photos by Tom C & Mike Cupp The David Mann Chopper Fest Motorcycle Art and Culture Show was moved from December 10, 2017 to February 4, 2018 because of the fires in the Ventura area last year, and the event venue (Ventura Fairgrounds) was used as an evacuation center. As I was riding out to cover this ...

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2018 – King’s Day Toy Run, Rocky Point

By Perry and Traci Nelson We have been coming to the Rocky Point Rally for years and have heard of this toy run held every January. December is such a busy month for us, with so much to do and  with so little time,  we really needed a vacation!!  We decided to start the year with a trip to Rocky ...

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2018 NWHD Ink & Iron

By Kyler Locke Nothing is more significant in the biker community than the tattoos they wear and all that they represent. Tattoos in the biker community can be traced back to the 1940s and 50s alongside the beginning of motorcycle clubs. Many of the first biker clubs consisted of ex-soldiers and served primarily as a means to continue the same ...

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