This story is about a pair of Southern Californians who stormed their way across China on big, powerful Harley-Davidson motorcycles with no drivers’ licenses, no real idea of where they were going, and very little idea of what they were getting into once the kickstand came up. They didn’t know the names of the cities they traveled through. They didn’t know sometimes who was feeding them.They were simply following the bike in front of them and hanging on for dear life.READ FULL STORY HERE
Note: Franz and Mraz will be presenting a multi-media show of their travels through China with the Shanghai HOG at 6-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 27, at Keesal Young & Logan, 14th floor, 400 Oceangate, Long Beach, 90802. The event is sponsored by the Long Beach Qingdao China Sister City Association. The cost is $15, and reservations can be made by calling 562/244-7644.
Paisano Publications LLC, the company behind Easyriders magazine, has filed a breach-of-contract suit against the owner of a Sturgis bar, saying the saloon has stopped using the Easyriders mark in violation of vendor and licensing agreements.
The Midnight Rider keeps getting deeper in to trouble with his sexy sidekick Lisette.
The white 18 wheeler with confederate flags is parked in the front row. For a split second I contemplate staking it out from the restaurant, but I’m just too tired. I approach, step up, grab the handle, open the passenger door and pull myself inside. This cockpit looks more like a motor home than a big rig. Inside are tables and couch with a massive flat screen TV, fridge and microwave. There are more switches and video displays in here than a freakin 747. No sooner than I sink into the plush passenger seat, there’s a sharp prick to my neck and then blackness. Down I fall, into a long dark corridor. READ FULL STORY
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Victory has a full week of activities planned for motorcyclists who attend the 2012 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally