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Super Shield Air Filters From Wimmer

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Master Bike Builder, Lee Wimmer, known as the innovator of the cold air intake for American V-Twin bikes is at it again with the all new Super Shield!

Several finish combinations make this the perfect custom look to your bike.Small in size but has a proven cotton oil-less filter inside. Fits ALL applications and very easy to install . We also have a wonderfully tailored rain sock for extended weather riding. Mix and match finishes all at the same price MSRP $345.00 complete with everything ( less rain sock).

Dealer and distributor programs are available for all Wimmer Products. Contact Joe Distefano for details, comments, or questions at or call 319-389-0798.

New Women’s Legacy Leather Biker Jacket From Harley-Davidson

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Combining the all-time classic biker-jacket design with modern features, the new women’s Legacy Leather Biker Jacket (P/N 98059-13VW, starting at $350) from the Harley-Davidson® MotorClothes® line celebrates more than 100 years of Harley-Davidson riding apparel. Its midweight vintage abrasion-resistant cowhide leather construction incorporates pre-curved sleeves, action back and padded back waist for maximum riding comfort. Pockets at the elbows and shoulders accept accessory armor for increased protection. Stitching detail on the shoulders, elbows, cuffs and back waist complement embossed graphics for a subtle, classic style. Available in XS – 3W sizes. 

Sturgis Looking To Update Downtown District?

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Sturgis may be best known for its annual motorcycle rally in August, but the city is hoping to entice people to visit the rest of the year.

KBHB radio reports that a public meeting was held earlier this week to discuss how to redesign Sturgis' downtown district.

The Downtown Revitalization Committee has come up with four different pilot projects.

The projects include an updated motorcycle museum, upgrades to aged downtown buildings, a downtown plaza and a splashpark.

Four Front Design is a design company that is leading the revitalization effort. Eirik Heikes with Four Front Designs says the motorcycle museum has the potential to be the cornerstone of a vibrant downtown district since Sturgis is known for motorcycles.


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Boom Trikes claims itself as one of the largest Trike manufacturers in the world. How so? Boom Trikes states they have put more than 12,800 trikes on the road since 1990. Boom Trikes is the only rear-engine trike manufacturer that has EPA certification for ALL models in all states including California. READ FULL STORY

Drag Specialties® Riptide Grips

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Are you looking for a new look for your bike? Drag Specialties is the industry-leading distributor of aftermarket products for H-D® bikes and these new riptide grips will give your bike the finishing touch it needs.


Constructed from billet aluminum with a comfortable, textured rubber sleeve, these grips make even the longest rides easy on your hands. Matching footpegs and shifter pegs are available separately to complete the entire look for your bike. These grips are available in chrome or gloss black finish and are sold in pairs for 84-13 models. The suggested retail price is $99.95.

NAS Jax holds first all-female motorcycle course

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NAS Jacksonville held their first all-female Motorcycle Basic Rider Course Nov. 18-19 with five participants learning the ins and outs of how to ride a motorcycle safely. The course was comprised of classroom work and range exercises to test their knowledge both mentally and physically. 
“We are teaching them the basics of learning to ride a motorcycle including gear shifting, braking, maneuvering skills, how to avoid hazards and how to have confidence on a bike. Most of participants out here have been riding on the back of a motorcycle and have decided they want to try it on their own,” said Cape Fox Professional Services Motorcycle Instructor Kristen Montejo, as she taught a series of range exercises to the participants.

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Bonhams lines up championship caliber motorcycles

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Two single-owner collections will headline the motorcycle section of the Bonhams sale at the Grand Palais in Paris in early February.

The Garelli Grand Prix Collection comprises some two-dozen historic racing motorcycles from the celebrated Italian manufacturer, many from the factory’s 1980s heyday, and a selection from its prewar days. All the machines, which were housed by their current owner in a private chapel, will be sold at no reserve.

Highlights include the 1963 Garelli 50cc Monza world record breaker (estimate €50,000-€70,000); the ex-Eugenio Lazzarini 1983 50cc racer that helped Garelli to the manufacturers’ World Championship that year (estimate €12,000-€17,000); and a 1987 example of the 125cc twin that won six riders’ world championships and four manufacturers’ titles during the 1980s (estimate €7,000-€12,000).

Also forming part of the collection are two important non-Garelli racing motorcycles: the ex-Fred Merkel Honda RC30 ridden by the American World Superbike champion during the 1989/90 season (estimate €20,000-€30,000), and the 1989 Yamaha TZ250W used by French star Jean-François Baldé during his final season of Grand Prix racing (estimate €3,500-€5,500).

Garelli Motorcycles was founded in 1919. Many famous Italian racers – including Ernesto Gnesa, Tazio Nuvolari and Achille Varzi – began their racing careers on Garelli bikes, and in the early 1980s the factory dominated the 125 class in grand prix motorcycle racing, winning six consecutive world championships between 1982 and 1987.

Lining up alongside the Garellis is an important French private collection assembled by garage-owning enthusiast owner, the late Claude Lesellier. The eclectic mix of some 55 machines includes French, British, German and American motorcycles dating from the early vintage era to the modern day.

Highlights include:

  • 1935 Magnat Debon 750cc VMA v-twin (estimate €8,000 – €12,000)
  • 1950 Terrot 500cc RGST (estimate €4,500 – €6,500)
  • 1945 Terrot 350cc JSS (estimate €3,000 – €4,000)
  • 1929 Rhonyx 500cc GX (estimate €6,000 – €10,000)
  • 1930 Dollar 500cc S3 (estimate €5,000 – €6,000)
  • 1927 Automoto 500cc AL11 Supersport (estimate €10,000 – €15,000)
  • c.1921 Magnat Debon 250cc (estimate €6,500 – €8,500)
  • 1918 Harley-Davidson Model 18F Combination (estimate €16,000 – €20,000)
  • 1916 Indian 1,000cc Powerplus (estimate €20,000 – €25,000)
  • 1930 Stylson 350cc RH (estimate €4,000 – €5,000)
  • 1931 Arbinet 350cc BSSC (estimate €5,000 – €7,000)

Final entries for the auction are being accepted. For further information call +33 1 42 61 10 11 or email:

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Motorcyclists from around the world choose EagleRider for domestic rentals and tours, so it was no surprise when the Chinese Harley Owners Group comes to America  EagleRider is their first stop. The Shanghai HOGs picked up two-dozen Harleys at the EagleRider Corporate headquarters near LAX.  Flying theirs Shanghai Harley HOG patches proudly the HOG members represent a new affluent class of Chinese businessmen and anxious travelers.  With only 10 Harley-Davidson dealerships throughout China these riders love Harleys, and H-D loves exporting American Iron. The Chinese dealerships sell all they can get their hands on. READ FULL STORY