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Invasion of the Small Capacity Engines

Small is Big: Motorcycles with less power, more styling, high sales volumes Just as the world was recognising the perks of weekend motorcycle getaways and big V-Twin engines, there was also economic collapse, trade tariff wars and then the curse of the climate. Everyone complained about the weather and then somebody actually did something about it. Like all solutions, the proposal was a ban. In this Article we dive into the world of small things making big waves in motorcycle industry Click Here to Read this Comprehensive Overview of All Things Big About Small

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How To Get Creative With Weed Pens In Day-To-Day Life?

Weed pens are becoming increasingly popular as an effective way to vaporize cannabis and its derivatives. If you’re curious about the potential of using a weed pen, it could make your day-to-day experience smoother and more enjoyable. Not only are they discreet, but they are also incredibly easy to use and portable. Simply pick from various strains according to your need or desire, load your cannabis into the chamber, hit the button, and you’re ready to go! Thanks to this convenience, more people are embracing the idea of using weed pens in their everyday lives to quickly escape from reality without any mess or fuss. 6 Ways To Get Creative With Weed Pens In Day-To-Day Life 1. Create Art Weed pens have become a popular way for many to experience the benefits of cannabis in an easy, discreet manner. With their versatility, modern vape pens also create an opportunity to create art. This has led to a growth in what is known as “Vape Art”–a blend of fashion and functionality with larger-than-life vapor clouds being sculpted into shapes and designs. With weed pen technology evolving daily, more and more people are expected to enter this unique part of the cannabis culture to create art with vape pens––drawing on inspiration from new sources and manifesting that inspiration into something visible in real-time. 2. Use Them As An Aromatherapy Tool Weed pens give users an alternative to traditional smoking and are discreet, easy to use, and can even provide a new way of expressing creativity. One great way to get creative with weed pens is using them as an aromatherapy tool. This means using their various aromatic blends for essential oils to help combat discomfort or give off a refreshing scent after a tiring day. The vast movement of smoke from the

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Harley-Davidson Unveils The X 350 In China

from inputs by Enrico Punsalang from https://www.rideapart.com The first QJ Motor-built Harley-Davidson machine is ready to hit the road. Harley-Davidson has confirmed rumors and revealed 2023 X 350 in China. It goes without saying that the X 350 is a bike that marks a new milestone for Harley’s history. It’s their first foray into the sub-500cc segment in the modern era and the first two-wheeler to be crafted by their Chinese partner, QJ Motor. Retro flair is prominent by the round instrument console, mirrors, and headlight shape, while the aerodynamic and brawny radiator shrouds, as well as the flat-track-inspired tail section, exude a distinctive charm. Interestingly, unlike Harley’s traditional cruisers, the X 350 is entirely devoid of chrome, further adding to its unconventional, surprisingly sporty appeal. It has mid-controls, a low handlebar, and a tall 32-inch seat height that puts the rider in a more neutral position instead of the usual foot-forward, laid-back posture. A basic digital-analog instrument cluster reflects the fact that this bike was designed with a budget in mind. H-D X350 is powered by a 353cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine borrowed from previous models in QJ Motor’s lineup. Producing 36 horsepower and 22.8 pound-feet of torque, the chain drive is matched with a six-speed manual gearbox. Its recognizable fuel tank stores 13.5 liters. Keep in mind that this motorcycle is exclusive to China and costs approximately $4,793. This is less than comparable motorcycles in the 300 to 400 cc category. However, the X500 may be aimed at beginner market in USA and would be based on Benelli Leoncino. (Benelli being owned by QJ). It is expected that the Harley-Davidson will launch the X500 first in China and other Asian markets before bringing it home to USA and probably to Europe as well. * * * * * *

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Bike Week 2023 rolls into Daytona

by DMAC Bike Week 2023 rolled into Daytona Beach and the surrounds for the 82nd time. Daytona and MotoAmerica have joined forces to host the Daytona 200 this year. Riders from all over the world participate in “America’s Most Historic Motorcycle Race” that moved from the beach/road course to Daytona International Speedway in 1961. Click Here to Have a look at this beautiful Photo Feature Article only on Bikernet.com * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Gear up to ride to your favorite Motorcycling Events – Click Here to view the all-new 5-Ball Racing Shop

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MRF: Continuing to Bridge the Gap

Almost a decade ago, the Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF) began outreach to motorcycle clubs to find common ground on key legislative items. An MRF board seat, titled Director of Sustaining Member Motorcycle Clubs, was created and that seat is held by Russell Radke. Part of Russell’s mission is to educate the motorcycle club community on what the MRF is working on in D.C. and how our efforts impact all riders. The National Council of Clubs (NCOC) has, for the past several years, invited the MRF to participate in its meetings to foster that dialogue. Last weekend, leaders of the MRF attended the February NCOC meeting in St. Louis, Missouri. The MRF was represented by Kirk “Hardtail” Willard (MRF President), Fred Harrell (Director of Conference & Events), Russell Radke (Director of Sustaining Member Motorcycle Clubs), Seven Cassel (Membership Director) and Rocky Fox (Government Relations). Also in attendance was ABATE of Wisconsin Legislative Director, Steve Panten. Four different presentations involved an MRF or ABATE member sharing their views on motorcycling and legislative action. Hardtail gave a presentation on the “The Future of Motorcycling in America.” Rocky spoke on the MRF’s recent victories on profiling in D.C. Seven discussed how best to unite independents and MCs. Steve gave a case study on a recent summit held in Wisconsin between ABATE and motorcycle clubs in the state. The weekend was filled with lively debate and great questions. The MRF thanks the NCOC and the club community for their hospitality and willingness to work together on issues we all care about. About Motorcycle Riders Foundation: The Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF) provides leadership at the federal level for states’ motorcyclists’ rights organizations as well as motorcycle clubs and individual riders. Visit website at http://mrf.org * * * * * * * * * * * *

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NCOM Biker Newsbytes for February 2023

Industry & Legislative Motorcycle News from USA and the world Compiled & Edited by Bill Bish Click Here to read the February 2023 NCOM News on Bikernet.com YAMAHA PLEDGES 10 MILLION YEN TO TURKEY-SYRIA EARTHQUAKE RELIEF HONDA SHOOTS FOR THE MOON EUROPEAN UNION PROPOSES DIGITAL DRIVING LICENSES SKILLS CRISIS OVER LACK OF YOUNG PEOPLE WORKING IN MOTORCYCLING MOTORCYCLE HELMET MARKET EXPECTED TO GROW SUBSTANTIALLY CONNECTICUT LEGISLATION COULD INVOKE DONOR-CYCLISTS RIDER SAVED BY SMARTWATCH AFTER FALL FROM CLIFF ON HIS MOTORCYCLE JAY LENO SUFFERS SERIOUS MOTORCYCLE CRASH SAFETY INSTITUTE BACKS CAT-ASTROPHIC ROAD RULES NATIONAL MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM TO PERMANENTLY CLOSE SAVE THE DATE – 38TH ANNUAL NCOM CONVENTION IN ARIZONA National Coalition of Motorcyclists (NCOM) News provides updates on motorcycle industry, market, legislation, rights of bikers, motorcyclists in USA, and motorcycle news from around the world. CLICK Here to view options to subscribe to Bikernet.com Free Weekly Newsletter

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