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Ujjwal Dey

Hot-rod heartthrob : Campagna V13R

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Hot-rod heartthrob : Campagna V13R
Get a Ride to Thrill Your Senses
by Ujjwal Dey

Distinctive American V-Twin engine sound is ultimately the best selling point of the V13R. It roars and with custom exhaust you will get noticed a mile before you arrive. Just four-and-half inches off the ground, you feel one with the twists and pace of the road ahead. The heart of this hot rod is a Harley Davidson V-Rod engine. The soul is the design unique to Campagna.

READ THE FEATURE ARTICLE HERE – Click Me

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Ultimate Trailers for the Ultimate Tour

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Ultimate Trailers for the Ultimate Tour
When in Doubt, Tow it along, You Know You Want to
by Ujjwal Dey

Trailers are essential indulgence for the avid traveler. If you like hitting the road regularly or maybe you live only to go from one run event to next, then you probably already have a trailer. There are reliable and sturdy trailers already tested by fellow riders and checked for safety and traffic regulations by the manufacturer. Your Trike or even your all terrain bike may be expensive and loading it on a pickup or tall trailer are not really an ideal solutions. And you don’t want to damage your trike by just forcefully dragging it along. A Trailer can be a safe and secure way to indulge your passion and maybe even haul a vulnerable collectible to Prize Shows and Contests from State to State.

“The Ultimate Trailers” under their Trademark manufacture open and enclosed Hauling Trailers in Denver, Colorado utilizing component parts supplied by other American Manufacturers and American Labor to build the best in market products.

Their Hauling Trailers are the most advanced in the world and incorporate many features, which are not to be found in any other trailers in the world.

CLICK HERE TO READ OUR GUIDE TO BUYING A TRAILER FOR TRIKE OR BIKE

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Motorcycles on Three Wheels

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Motorcycles on Three Wheels
The sidecar riding experience and how to do it
by Ujjwal Dey

Motorcycles are fun. And so is travelling long distances or touring on motorcycles. Many touring options are available for big bikes with big budgets. But suppose you are young and wild and free but on a limited budget, what do you do? Ask your friends and they will say a car trip ain’t as much fun as being one with the road on a motorcycle. The environment, the atmosphere, the surroundings, it all hugs you, body and soul, when you tour on a motorcycle. So, here is an option hippies globally celebrate–Sidecars. A third wheel for your motorcycle. No more slippery roads for your two-wheeler. More luggage space. Bring more friends to the road trip party. Bring your dog too.

We recently covered the Ural Motorcycles phenomenon on www.BikernetTrikes.com and if that has inspired you but you are not sure about buying a whole Ural, well just buy a sidecar then. There are many companies including Ural itself, which sells Sidecars as an accessory for your existing motorcycle. So no, you don’t have to switch loyalty or buy a new bike. Just buy the goodies to attach a sidecar to your Harley-Davidson or Triumph or Indian.

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BMW Engine Trikes: Campagna Motors T-Rex

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BMW Engine Trikes: Campagna Motors offers luxury, performance & style
Part One of a detailed profile of Campagna Motors Trikes
by Ujjwal Dey

Did you know that the T-REX has been commercially available since the early 1990s.

Riding the T-Rex will make you feel like you own your personal Formula 1 Race Car for everyday city streets and highways, wiht 1.3 G, which is difficult to obtain even in a mainstream production car. It’s just 5 inches from the ground. It is wide, maybe wider than some production cars. Going top gear will push you back in the seats like a rolling rollercoaster through city streets. This however is not a car. It is a motorcycle.

Basically if you are not a regular motorcycle rider then you will be scared shitless on a T-Rex at full throttle, so close to the road, neighbouring truck wheels and your own bouncing front wheels.

No matter what your riding or driving background, T-Rex is a unique experience unmatched in speed and control. It is literally a street legal Formula 1 racetrack vehicle.

READ THE FEATURE ARTICLE CLICK HERE.

Trike Touring Guide to America

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Trike Touring Guide to America : Get out, ride, explore, live and tell us about it.
by Ujjwal Dey

In 1903, Horatio Nelson Jackson became the first documented person to drive an automobile from San Francisco to New York using only a connection of dirt roads, cow paths, and railroad beds. His journey, covered by the press, became a national sensation and called for a system of long distance roads.

United States has 21 kilometres of roads per 1000 people. 5,486,610 kilometers of paved roads exist today in USA. Out of that 103,027 km are marked Expressways. Yes, you are connected to all Americans everywhere. What is stopping you? Get up, boot up, ride and meet these fellow citizens and explore your beautiful America.

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Freewheeler Trike explored: Re-imagining a Harley-Davidson

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Re-imagining a Harley-Davidson
Freewheeler, Trike Market in America and the Big Players CLICK TO READ
by Ujjwal Dey

The 21st century saw the American behemoth Harley-Davidson jump into the Trike bandwagon once more with Tri Glide Ultra Classic which was introduced in 2009. In 2015, they rebranded their Trike model as the Harley-Davidson Freewheeler. Reverse is now a standard feature on Harley Trike. Freewheeler adds hippie style with its mini ape hanger handlebars and bobtail fenders for a low profile.

At $34,339 starting price, a TriGlide Ultra is a luxury for those who can afford it. Infotainment on a TriGlide Ultra is five star luxury on wheels. When they go to work on the infotainment system for a Harley-Davidson Touring motorcycle they follow one simple principle – If you’re going to live in the saddle of a top-end touring bike, you deserve better sound than most people have in their living rooms. More sound. Purer sound. Big, full-color touch screens. Switches that are located where you intuitively want them to be and can reach without removing your hands from the grips. Voice activation for your music, phone and GPS. Think of it this way. Back in the day there was nothing wrong with the sound of Johnny crackling out of a dashboard Philco. But what the latest infotainment systems do for your ears, and eyes, is infinitely better.

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Bikernet Blog rated among Motorcycle Blogs

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Our Bikernet Blog site got listed as one of the Top Rated Blogs on the internet.

Check out: http://blog.feedspot.com/motorcycle_blogs/

The Best Motorcycle blogs from thousands of top Motorcycle blogs on the internet were shortlisted by index using search and social metrics. Data will be refreshed once a week.
These blogs are ranked based on following criteria
• Google reputation and Google search ranking
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• Quality and consistency of posts.
• Feedspot’s editorial team and expert review

CONGRATULATIONS to every blogger that has made to Top Motorcycle blogs list! This is the most comprehensive list of best Motorcycle blogs on the internet and we are all honoured to have you as part of this! I personally give you – our readers and fans – a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this motorcycle industry and custom culture world.

Bikernet.com Facebook Page

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Yes, our Facebook Page is wildly active and has multiple updates daily. Do check out

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Trikes site recently collected some memes and gems from our Bikernet Facebook Page and compiled it into a full-fledged article.

Read it here:

http://trikes.bikernet.com/pages/Republic_of_Memes.aspx

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Ural Motorcycles: A Lifestyle Called “Adventure”

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Second Part of Our Feature Story on Ural Sidecar Motorcycle Lifestyle.
by Ujjwal Dey

The much awaited Second Part to our Feature Cover of URAL phenomenon and a unique sidecar culture that has developed into a lifestyle for the adventurous, the eternal tourist, the wanderer and the urban gentleman.

What do you think of when you hear the word “motorcycle.” It’s a simple word association game. What is the word or image or anything that comes to your mind immediately when you hear the word “motorcycle?” Try this word association with the term “Ural Motorcycles.” What did you instantly think of? Ancient antique carriage motorcycle? Or urban hipster going to office? Or a world explorer, ready with minimum of belongings, living on the road everyday?

CLICK HERE TO READ THIS URAL FEATURE ARTICLE only on BikernetTrikes.com

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Age of Three : a brief history of Trikes

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Age of Three : a brief history of Trikes
The aberration of three-wheeled vehicles in mainstream mobiles on your highway
by Ujjwal Dey

There was always a concept of a three-wheeled vehicle. The tricycle that got motorized. Most of these were owner-created by auto enthusiasts who wanted to custom build their own mean machine for the roads. Now of course, we have really powerful ATVs on three wheels which can give any 4WD a run for its money.

The trike was an increasingly popular form with the front-steering “tadpole” or “reverse trike” sometimes with front drive but usually with rear drive. This was practical due to better safety when braking.

Three-wheeler cars, including some cyclecars, bubble cars and microcars, are built for economic reasons. For example, in the UK there were tax advantages, or in the US to take advantage of lower safety regulations when being classed as motorcycles. As a result of their light construction and potential better streamlining, three-wheeled cars are usually less expensive to operate.

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