Engraver Tarrera is working on parts for the bike "Shogun" by Bryan Fuller at Fuller Hotrods. Original design by Totem. The video speaks for itself
Xtreme Machine has long had a reputation for pushing the boundaries of style and it is with wicked pleasure that we introduce our brand spanking new line of Xcessories crafted to compliment the XM wheel line. Xtreme Machine horn covers were born out of the necessity to add character to the horn area while matching the current line of custom wheel designs. Available to match all ten XM wheel designs these CNC machined custom covers are available in chrome, black and Black Cut and quickly install on 1991-2012 Big Twin Harley Davidson models. Make some Xtreme noise.
Retail pricing is $159.95 ea. For more information contact an Xtreme Machine sales representative at (800) 479-4037 or visit www.xtrememachineusa.com.
Here's Advanstar's genius idea to entice more people through the doors a the International Motorcycle Shows. See a behind-the-scenes video below or hit the photo above to find a show near you.
A party so big it takes four days including midget wrestling, wet t-shirts, live music, celebrity raffles, Mav Maniacs, Monster drink giveaways, Clubhouse girls, bikini contest, bikes, babes, and beer.
So much fun it is barely legal!
* Live music with Adrianna from 11-3pm
* Mav Maniacs at 3pm
* Live music with 7th Son from 3:30-7:30pm
* Live music with The Powder Kegz from 8-12am
* Dimebag Guitar and Vinnie Paul drum head winners announced
* Monster giveaways, Clubhouse girls, and door prizes
According to the recently-released National Insurance Crime Bureau’s 2011 Motorcycle Theft and Recovery report, 46,667 bikes were reported stolen in 2011, down 6 percent from 49,791 reported stolen in 2010.
Although overall thefts waned in 2011, motorcycle sales slightly increased. Citing the Motorcycle Industry Council, NICB reports that sales increased in 2011 to 440,899 units compared to the 439,678 units sold the year prior.
Is that Vespa you own a motorcycle? A scooter? Or is it a motorized bicycle? These sorts of distinctions matter for people who own scooters, mopeds, motorcycles, and motorized bicycles because different—and largely confusing—standards and responsibilities apply that could leave you stuck paying fines, if not worse.
Earlier this month Mayor Vince Gray sent legislation to the D.C. Council that would allow the city to start untangling the cumbersome and sometimes confusing laws on motorcycles, scooters and motorized bicycles.