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Honda Launches A New Bagger

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Honda have expanded their 2013 Motorcycle Lineup; in addition to the just-announced CB1100, they've also introduced a sleek and streamlined bagger variant of the Gold Wing touring bike: the F6B. The F6B is priced at $19,999, or $20,999 in Deluxe trim, and includes premium audio, blacked-out components, and a gunfighter-style seat. Stay tuned!

More Stopping Power And Reduced Unsprung Weight With Vengeance Rotors

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Vengeance Brake Rotors are a metal matrix composite disc brake rotor that is 60% lighter than traditional steel rotors. With Vengeance Rotors you get an improved ride and handling, greater acceleration, improved high speed steering, and a rotor that has a greater resistance to warping, corrosion, and wear.

All Vengeance Rotors come with a Limited Lifetime Warranty and available for ’84 to ’12 Harley-Davidson motorcycles. To find
out more about Vengeance Brake Rotors visit, call 866-99-4RUSH or click on the ad below.


Staten Islanders Need Your Help

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Calling ALL Angels!

We will be meeting at 8:45 am this Saturday, November 10, in front of 568 Quincy Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10305. Cleaning teams, distribution teams, sorting teams will be coordinated then. Please wear warm clothes and work boots, bring work gloves and facemasks if you plan on helping residents. 
Please forward!


Facebook page here

Cartons of donations ship to our NJ intake location.
Attn: Jillian/Ocean Breeze Angel Relief/Staten Island
Victory Worldwide Transportation, Inc.
1045 Cranbury South River Road,
Jamesburg, NJ 08831
Metro Cards
Battery operated lanterns with batteries
Work gloves/face masks
NEW hoodies and sweat pants in XXXL, XXL, XL
Can openers
Plastic folding chairs & tables
LOTS of plastic dish pans
Rubber gloves
Dish soap
Plastic storage shelves
We are not accepting used clothing at this time.
See you tomorrow!



Ben Nighthorse Campbell trucking 2012 Capitol Christmas Tree to Washington, D.C.

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Former Colorado U.S. Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell, a member of the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame, is behind the wheel of a Mack truck hauling the nation's 2012 Capitol Christmas Tree from Colorado to Washington, D.C., the American Motorcyclist Association reports. 

"It is a privilege to drive the tree for the U.S. Capitol from Colorado this year," said Campbell, who was inducted into the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in 2001. Campbell, an avid motorcyclist, represented Colorado in Congress from 1993 to 2005. 

Choose Outdoors, a national nonprofit coalition for outdoor recreation, is coordinating the 2012 Capitol Christmas Tree tour with the White River National Forest, where the 73-foot-tall Colorado Engleman spruce tree was harvested. 

The almost-four-week-long trip began in Meeker, Colo., where the tree was harvested from the White River National Forest in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. On the way to Washington, D.C., the tree is scheduled to stop in cities and towns in Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Virginia. 

The custom-decorated Mack truck used to haul the tree was fitted with a special cradle to support the tree's branches. 

The AMA and AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame are urging motorcyclists along the route to greet Campbell and the tree during its journey. 

The next stop is in Denver from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 11, at the Midtown Development at 6700 Pecos St. The AMA will post route updates on its Facebook page at

To learn more about the 2012 Capitol Christmas Tree tour, go to

Harley-Davidson And Dav Help Wounded Veterans Move Onward

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Campaign spotlights Harley’s Heroes® and DAV with two veterans’ stories


For the fourth straight year, Harley-Davidson continues its tradition of honoring United States military veterans throughout the month of November, this year by raising awareness of DAV (Disabled American Veterans) and the Harley’s Heroes program through a national video campaign spotlighting two veterans who have benefitted from the program. 

Troy Torgerson of Wausau, Wis. and Nick Bernardi of Newark, N.J., both served in Iraq and sought help from the DAV upon their return home. Their videos can be viewed at

 Harley’s Heroes brings DAV mobile service offices (MSOs) to Harley-Davidson dealerships throughout the country on more than 200 days out of the year, bringing services directly to where veterans live.

 DAV National Service Officers, all of whom are disabled veterans themselves, help veterans understand and apply for the benefits available, including medical treatment, disability compensation,  insurance, home loans, continued education and training, and more. Veterans get help navigating the process of applying for and securing the benefits to which they’re entitled through the VA. Last year, Harley’s Heroes helped the nation’s heroes claim tens of millions of dollars in earned benefits.

 “Through these veterans’ stories, we’re hoping to inspire other veterans by showing them the positive impact DAV can have, as well as motivate them to pursue the benefits they deserve,” said Mike McCann, director of core consumer marketing at Harley-Davidson. “The services the DAV provides all across the country day in and day out are vital to helping injured veterans move onward with their lives, and we’re proud to support their efforts with the Harley’s Heroes program.”

 Since 2007, Harley-Davidson has provided $2 million in grants to the DAV. DAV MSOs visit over 800 U.S. locations each year and serve more than 18,000 veterans per year through this program.

 “Harley’s Heroes enables DAV to provide free services that empower veterans to live a higher quality of life. Through our partnership, we recognize and honor those who defended our way of life,” said Arthur H. Wilson, DAV National Adjutant. “We’re grateful for all this partnership has done to ensure that we fulfill our promises to the men and women who serve.”

 Harley-Davidson’s history with the U.S. military dates back almost 100 years. More than one third of Harley-Davidson customers are veterans of the armed forces, and approximately 15% of all Harley-Davidson employees are veterans. In recent years, in addition to the Harley’s Heroes program, Harley-Davidson has paid tribute to the nation’s veterans through donations made to the World War II Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

 For more about Harley-Davidson’s longstanding commitment to the U.S. military, visit

Free Car Washes For Veterans & Military Personnel, Nov 11 & 12

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Lucas Oil Center will provide FREE car washes to veterans and current military service personnel, through the Grace for Vets FREE Wash Program, on Sunday November 11th from 9am-5pm, and Monday November 12th from 7am-6pm 2012. Washes will be given rain or shine at 2650 N. Green River Rd.  The FREE washes are given to honor and recognize those that have and are serving in the armed forces.

The  November 11 & 12 event will feature a special display of military vehicles at the Lucas Oil Car Wash in Evansville .
Grace for Vets was founded by Mike Mountz, owner of Cloister Wash & Lube, in 2004. The program continues to grow and expand its reach of honoring military service each year as additional car washes register under the program to give FREE washes. Currently there is participation from all 50 United States, and three other countries, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. In 2011, 638 wash operators, totaling 1,446 locations washed 119,317 military service vehicles on November 11th.
Military service personnel across the country are encouraged to visit the Grace for Vets website at  to find participating car washes in their own hometowns.  
Everyone at Lucas Oil Center is really looking forward to honoring  local area service men and women on November 11 & 12, 2012.   
The  November 11 & 12 event will feature a special display of military vehicles at the Lucas Oil Car Wash in Evansville

"We're so pleased that the program has expanded internationally; it allows so many more military service people to be honored,"  said oil center owners Bill and Brenda Floyd.  "We're proud to be a part of an industry that continually supports our military." 
For more information on Lucas Oil Center call 812-402-5000 or visit