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El Fuerte Helmets!

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Lowbrow has the new Biltwell DOT-approved helmet, el Fuerte! Leaner and lighter for a low profile helmet with class for miles. $99.99 – $119.99, sizes X-Small all the way through XX-Large now available.

Hannigan GL Series Trailer

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Ride your 2012 GoldWing with this aerodynamic cargo toter(capacity 22 cu.ft) designed specifically for your bike. Trailer comes complete with Integrated 2012 GL1800 tail light, upgraded lock and latch assembly. Trailer utilizes Hannigan’s Signature independent suspension and 2” powder coated frame, for a seamless reliable user friendly trailer. Hannigan has hit a home run for the 2012 touring rider that requires premium style and handling as they coast across the American landscape. For more details contact hannigan@apex.net
 

Get Moving on Building the Bike of your Dreams Today

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Building a bike from the ground up can be daunting, so Daytec has put together a great package for you to make it easy! With this Builders Kit, they have supplied the frame, the fender, seat, transmission, inner primary, belt guard, fender struts, and a couple of odds-and-ends pieces, so you to get moving on building the bike of your dreams. The parts in this  kit are used, but in great condition. Daytec knows black is a great bike color, but if you want, they can even change the color for you to fit your build with their powder coating facility! Quick, click on the image to find out more!

Road Zeppelin Seat

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The new Road Zeppelin® Seat Pads (P/N 52000084 Rider, P/N 52400060 Passenger Pillion; $119.95 each) from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories are equipped with an air bladder system that distributes weight evenly across the entire seating surface, removing pressure points while also providing shock absorption which reduces vibration. The mesh cover allows air circulation, reducing the air temperature between the rider and seat. The easy-to-reach integrated hand pump and air release valve permits convenient adjustment. Shaped to conform to most Harley-Davidson seats, the pads feature an adjustable mounting strap and a non-skid surface to keep them in place. Road Zeppelin Seat Pad Online Details

New Men’s Sport Waterproof Jacket From Harley-Davidson

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Constructed of waterproof 600 denier polyester with leather accents, the new men’s Sport Waterproof Functional Jacket (P/N 97300-13VM, starting at $295) from the Harley-Davidson® MotorClothes® line provides maximum comfort with a wide array of features. Its removable full-sleeve quilted liner works with six zippered vents to offer a wide range of climate control. Its pre-curved sleeves, adjustable waist tabs and action back provide all-day comfort, while its six pockets, including dedicated MP3 player and cell phone locations, deliver ample storage space. Pockets at the elbows, shoulders and back accept accessory body armor, while 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective Materials provides enhanced visibility. Available in S – 5XL and Tall sizes.

The Sport Waterproof Jacket is available now at most Harley-Davidson dealerships.

Narbonne Wins AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 Race at New Jersey

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Wyman’s Last-Lap Crash Blows XR Showdown Standings Wide Open

Shane Narbonne (Teterboro Rams LLC) emerged victorious at the end of a frenetic last lap Sunday to claim his first AMA Pro road racing victory in the Vance & Hines XR1200 series race at New Jersey Motorsports Park, but it was a late crash by championship contender Kyle Wyman that really shook up the series standings with just two races to go in the 2012 season.

A seven-rider pack battled for the lead throughout the 12-lap race, with XR Showdown contenders Wyman (KLR Group/Spyke’s H-D), Tyler O’Hara (Bartels’ H-D/Scrubblade), Benjamin Carlson (Suburban Motors H-D) and polesitter Michael Barnes (KLR Group/Spyke’s H-D) in the mix along with Narbonne, Jake Holden (MOB Racing) and Travis Wyman (Harv’s H-D). Just when Kyle Wyman appeared to be perfectly positioned to make a late drafting pass on Narbonne on the final lap to claim his fifth win of the season, he fell victim to a vicious high-side crash just before the main straight that ended his race in spectacular fashion.

“That’s the worst wreck I’ve ever had and maybe one of the worst I’ve ever even seen,” Wyman said. “The rear tire folded. That just never, ever happens. I just can’t believe this is the outcome.”

Wyman’s misfortune opened the door not only for Narbonne to claim his first career AMA Pro victory, but also threw the race for the XR Showdown wide open, with the top four riders in the standings now separated by only four points with two races remaining in the season.

“I didn’t even really know what lap it was, I just went to the front. I didn’t see the white flag, I just went,” said Narbonne. “It’s good to win at my home track. I’ve been working hard for this.”

As the highest placed finisher among the championship contenders, Barnes may have been the biggest beneficiary of his KLR Group teammate’s misfortune, as he jumped to fourth in the Showdown standings and narrowed his point gap to leader Carlson to four points.

“What a battle,” Barnes said. “So much passing going on and I even lost track of the laps for a minute. I dropped back to sixth at the start of the last lap. I caught Holden pretty quick and just put my head down. When Kyle wrecked it opened a door. I was in fifth place and had a little more time to assess the situation in front of me. Benny and Tyler had to jump on their brakes sooner. That gave me the momentum to get past them.”

The AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 series returns to action September 22-23 at Miami-Homestead Speedway.

 

New Jersey Race Result:

1. Shane Narbonne (Teterboro Rams LLC), 12 laps

2. Michael Barnes (KLR Group/Spyke’s H-D), +1.113 seconds

3. Tyler O’Hara (Bartels’ H-D/Scrubblade), +1.117 seconds

4. Benjamin Carlson (Suburban Motors H-D), +1.214 seconds

5. Jake Holden (MOB Racing/Teterboro Rams LLC), +1.963 seconds

6. Travis Wyman (Harv’s H-D), +2.221 seconds

7. David Estok (Ruthless Racing/Deeley H-D Racing), +16.412 seconds

8. Josh Chisum (Bartels’ H-D/Scrubblade), +26.417 seconds

9. Michael Corbino (XP Motorsports/Rossiter’s H-D), +26.420 seconds

10. Eric Stump (None Listed), +31.079 seconds

11. Gerry Signorelli (Kuryakyn), +39.124 seconds

12. Joe Rozynski (Triple Crown Industries), +39.170 seconds

13. William Sink (Team Promotion) +45.421 seconds

14. Aaron Borello (Air Ground Xpress), +1:28.459

15. Kyle Wyman (KLR Group/Spyke’s H-D), 11 laps

16. Sam Rozynski (Sound-Waves.com), 8 laps

 

XR1200 Showdown Points Standings

2. Benjamin Carlson, 1,064

1. Kyle Wyman, 1,062

3. Tyler O’Hara, 1,061

5. Michael Barnes, 1,060

4. Michael Corbino, 1,048

6. Travis Wyman, 1,041

7. David Estok, 1,035

8. Josh Chisum, 1,030

9. Gerry Signorelli, 1,010

10. Darren James, 1,000