Tag Archives: 2019

November 2019 Quick Throttle Magazine

CALIFORNIA/SOUTHWEST EDITION: In the November issue of Quick Throttle Magazine, check out our extensive coverage of Street Vibrations, 2019. We also visit Shinetoberfest, Bash in the Redwoods, and Tail of the Dragon. Also don’t forget to read our Chopperfest artist profile of Shawn Dickinson and check out Count Kustoms’ new Shania Twain bike. Plus all of our monthly articles and ...

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The Oyster Run – “38 Years and Counting”

By Steve & Shaunna Wasserman Touted as the largest motorcycle run in the Pacific Northwest, the legendary Oyster Run held in Anacortes, Washington draws nearly 20,000 enthusiasts each year. Taking place north of Seattle on Fidalgo Island the fourth Sunday of September each year, riders are encouraged to Arrive Early and Stay Late….. Founded in 1981 by Limp Lee, the ...

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Thunder Valley Rally

Cottonwood, AZ Story and Photos by Koz Mraz. 38 Special photos by Vyto Starinskas.    Thunder Valley Rally held this year on September 20-21 in Cottonwood, Arizona, has everything.  The amazing riding through the Highway 89A twisties from Prescott to Jerome or Sedona is downright spectacular.  The fifteen restaurants and wine tasting rooms in Old Town Cottonwood offer everything from ...

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Street Vibrations 2019

By Mike Cupp It was a wild week in Reno for this year’s Street Vibrations Fall Rally, held September 25-29. The weather during the week was absolutely beautiful, with daytime temperatures in the 80’s and nighttime temperatures near 70. Saturday morning started off nice. A bit brisk, but sunny and clear. Then the wind picked up and the clouds rolled ...

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October Releases from Drag Specialties

PREDATOR SEATS Now available for 18-20 FLFB/FLFBS models, the Predator Seat features a molded polyurethane foam for maximum comfort and styling. The ABS thermoformed seat base provides the perfect fit while the carpeted bottom and rubber bumpers protect the paint. Compatible with all Drag Specialties and most Harley-Davidson® sissy bars, the seat is available in high- quality automotive-grade vinyl or ...

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October 2019 Quick Throttle Magazine

CALIFORNIA/SOUTHWEST EDITION: In the September issue of Quick Throttle Magazine, we go to Sturgis and back in our in-depth coverage of what the ten-day motorcycle journey is like. We also head further east for the East Coast Sturgis. In this edition, we pay tribute to the fastest woman on four wheels, Jessi Combs — plus we pay respects in our ...

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September 2019 Quick Throttle Magazine

CALIFORNIA/SOUTHWEST EDITION: In the September issue of Quick Throttle Magazine, we head out to the Deadwood 3 Wheeler Rally, Carbon County Wyoming, Corbin’s open house party and Rolling Thunder XXXII. We also feature the Niagara County Motorcycle Club plus our updated calendar of events and much more.   NORTHWEST EDITION:  In the September 2019 issue of Quick Throttle Magazine: Northwest, ...

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Deadwood 3 Wheeler Rally 2019

By Tom “Bomb” Christian This year was the fifth annual Deadwood 3 Wheeler Rally in South Dakota. It was a super hit with everyone who was involved.  Arriving in Deadwood after a long journey from Southern California via Arkansas, people ask me if my GPS was broken. After almost 3,000 miles of sightseeing I was ready for the 3 Wheeler ...

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Ocean Shores went Hog Wild!

By JD Gore and Jody Davison An event was called off, then a rally cry was heard, and Ocean Shores responded in magnificent style. Many like myself were dumbfounded when the word got out that the biker event held at the Convention Center in Ocean Shores for the past several years was cancelled. We were excited to make the ride ...

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The Inaugural ‘Bring the Ruckus’

By Justin James Photos by Chan Mainor/Chanzilla Multimedia & Christian Schuck Over the last decade and a half, I have attended, entered or judged more custom motorcycle shows than I can even count. Throughout all these shows, I have seen issues such as biased judging, questionable rules and senseless scoring criteria produce results that are profoundly blasphemous. A custom bike ...

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