Babes in the Dirt Track Day Feb 5th

Track Day x February 5th @ Fox Raceway We are so excited to finally bring back our annual track day at our home track, Fox Raceway in Pala, CA. This event is for the entire fam and there is no event sign up or extra cost to attend other than the track fee you pay upon arrival if riding. But hey.. we got so many deets, let’s go ahead and dive into it Want more info on the track and camping options? Tap HERE Fox Raceway opens at 8AM and first ladies only moto starts at 9:00AM sharp on the vet track. At the top of the hour, ladies only (15+ up) will have 30 min motos on the vet track which will flow like this… Regulated Ladies Only Moto Times on Vet Track 9AM-9:30AM 10:00AM-10:30AM 11:00AM-11:30AM 12PM-12:30PM 1PM-1:30PM 2PM-2:30PM 3PM-3:30PM In between those times above, anyone can ride the track (including dads and dudes). Rider under 15 & true beginners who are learning the clutch and brake should stay on the kids track only. Track Fees Rider fee at gate $20 for 65cc and under & $30 for 85cc and bigger Spectators are free Fun Stuff Free Husqvarna demos on the 2023 models (can you smell the 2 stroke?!) for the ladies on a private husky only track (85, 125, 250s) AEO Powersports on site checking your sag and high fiving Free Husqvarna x Stacyc demos for all kids (bring your own gear + helmet etc.) in a private secure area Free USMCA coaching on site provided by Husqvarna for the ladies that are new to moto (perfect for ladies who have never ridden before or have had limited seat time) Free USMCA coaching for the kids on the closed Stacyc area Hospitality + snacks and coffee provided by […]

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Babes Ride Out Central Coast 9 x Santa Barbara

ALL TICKET SALES AND TRANSFERS END TOMORROW FOR BABES RIDE OUT CENTRAL COAST 9 x SANTA BARBARA, CA LAST CHANCE: Snag a ticket to Babes Ride Out x Central Coast if you are ready to ride, camp, and have the best time of your two wheel life with some like minded riders. Ticket sales and transfers end Monday 9/12 at 12PM Pacific. *NO ADMISSION TICKET SALES AT THE GATE* Click Here to Get your Tickets. What’s in Included in a General Admission Ticket: 2 nights of tent camping (bring your own everything) Unlimited water to fill up your canteen FREE 805 beer until it runs out Workshoppes Games Biltwell riding route maps + options that take you on some of the most beautiful routes along the coast. Nightly entertainment Event patch Best time of your moto lovin’ life connecting with new and old friends! What is the new campsite like? High up in the hills above Santa Barbara off of San Marcos Pass is Beautiful Live Oak Campground. Once you turn off hwy 154 it is just a mile up the dirt road. Camping will be spread out under sparse oak trees & hard-packed dirt. There are hot showers on site and drinkable water. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * To Stay updated on all Motorcycle News and Events … – simply Click & Subscribe to Bikernet’s FREE Weekly Newsletter.

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Arizona Bike Week 2022: All the Action

The Desert Comes Alive with Roar of Engines, Thundering Wild Parties by Cycle Source Magazine Cycle Source reports from ground zero as custom bikes roll in, homemade moonshine flow down, people bond over grease and live music. After two challenging years, like most of us in the motorcycle industry, Arizona Bike Week got the green flag to have its annual rally at WestWorld of Scottsdale. Unlike the last event, where tiny corrals would be installed to keep people separated, it would be wide open. CLICK HERE to read this Photo Feature Event Report on Join the Cantina for exclusive access to all Motorcycle fun and adventures Sign-up today by Clicking Here

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Cool Choppers by South Side MC member Patrick

A follow-up to our article on Long Fork Run. Southside MC Est 88 Sweden member Patrick’s cool choppers are featured here. Patrick: “When I built Suicide Machine, I was introduced to stainless which has become a material that I prefer to build my parts as much as possible. So on the white chopper I have made oil tank, flatfender, tripple Trees, barney legs, sissybar, controls, exhaust and lots of smaller details in stainless steel.” Click Here to See this Photo Feature Article only on Get Featured on – Send Bandit Your Custom Builds Join the Cantina for more – Subscribe Today.

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Long Fork Run at Sweden

Second summer with Corona, Southside MC Est 88 Sweden had to be flexible once more with their gathering of long forks. Instead of a hotspot for the show, they made it mobile. Saturday 21st of Aug, 100+ bikes, choppers and pre 84 were welcomed for the ride. However anyone was invited at the clubhouse noon to 3PM, for burgers and a beer. Click Here to Read this Photo Feature Event Coverage only on Join the Cantina for more – Subscribe Today.

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1969 Harley-Davidson FLH Is a Custom Camping Bike for When You Need to Get Away

by Daniel Patrascu from Had 2020 be any different, we would have gotten the chance of seeing tons of small shop-made custom motorcycles at the various shows across the States. But things being as they are, we’re only left with admiring them online. To fill the gap left by the canceled shows, Harley-Davidson had the brilliant idea of coming up with The No Show, an event dedicated to custom bike builders who had no place to show their creations this year. Back in July, the company’s YouTube channel was flooded with independent builds, revealing all we could have seen in the flesh. The 1969 Harley-Davidson FLH we have in the gallery above is one of them. It is a custom-made Shovelhead assembled at the Juniors Hand Made shop in Costa Mesa, California, by a guy named Scotty Dettwiler. The man hints in the short video below that this is as close to the real thing as the bike can get, while at the same time retaining a custom look. That was possible by mixing stock Harley parts – such as the engine and transmission, which are model-year correct – with tons of other custom parts, made by the builder himself. The fun part about it that, like many others of its kind do, this bike was not created to be sold. No, it’s actually Dettwiler’s daily rider, and he’s not only taking it down the road, but also camping. The feeling of having something you built yourself take you places must be extraordinary, and you can see that’s exactly the case here from the way the man gets off his bike, takes a brightly-colored folding chair from the rear of the two-wheeler, and sits down next to the machine in the middle of nowhere. We are not being told

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Johnny Lewis Launches Flat Track Futures

Johnny Lewis Launches Flat Track Futures and Announces The Inaugural Dunlop Florida Fall Classic at Volusia Speedway Park. Center Hill, Florida: August 21st, 2019 – Johnny Lewis, American Flat Track race winner and MotoAnatomy training school founder, announces that the newly formed organization Flat Track Futures will hold the inaugural Dunlop Florida Fall Classic at Volusia Speedway Park. The American Motorcyclist Association sanctioned Feature Event will take place October 18-19th, 2019, the same week as Biketoberfest which typically attracts over 100,000 riders to the surrounding area for the week-long festivities. The Dunlop Florida Fall Classic is geared to showcase the talents of amateur flat track racers from across the USA and abroad with nationwide media coverage at a premier racing facility. A long time advocate of amateur flat track racing, Johnny rose through the ranks as a top amateur in his youth winning the prestigious AMA Sports Athlete of the Year at 15 years old. Lewis comments, “I’ve been running MotoAntomy training programs throughout North America and Europe working with a range of riders for 4 years now. I’ve come to realize there is a crucial need for an amateur orientated series that can showcase these riders and their incredible talents while gaining exposure required to connect with sponsors. I plan to establish a premier level amateur national series that provides young riders the tools to join the American Flat Track ranks when their time comes. My overall goal is to build an even stronger grass roots flat track community.” The two day race will feature an infield VIP experience through partnership with STANDARD M/C including, demo rides, free camping, live music and entertainment, vendors, concessions, and of course access to watch 12 classes of flat track racing competition. American Flat Track spec tire manufacturer Dunlop Motorcycle Tires has signed on

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Motorcycle Makers Are Getting Hip to Women-Only Rallies

Anxious to find new audiences after a decade of declining sales, the giants like Harley-Davidson and BMW Motorrad are finally taking notice of a self-made community. On Valentine’s Day, Sharry Billings posted a photograph on Instagram. Below the image of herself, her hair a red caramel and her smile open, she wrote: “I love you so much I wanna squeeze you!” The object of her affection? “All the motorcycles I have owned and will own in the future,” she explained. Alongside the photo of her astride a Harley-Davidson, she wrote that bikes “have changed my life, healed my soul, and brought me more love and friendships than I could have ever imagined.” Billings goes by @sistermother13 on Instagram, but the main account she oversees is @thelitaslosangeles. The Litas is a group she joined three years ago as a way to connect with other women riders in her city. She’s co-led the L.A. branch for two years. When she joined, it provided her with much-needed healing and camaraderie after her kids grew up and she got divorced. Billings had ridden as a teenager and into her 20s but took a hiatus later. “It was always in my heart,” she says. But when she was married with young children, “I thought it was a little too dangerous.” After the breakup in 2015, she found herself longing for escape. And adventure. “My prayer at the time was, ‘God, I don’t want to date.’ These men are not happening,” Billings says, laughing. “The first thing that came to my heart was the motorcycle I wanted. It was a Harley.” She bought the bike, took the ride. Then she joined the Litas. “I’m very grateful to have found my heart again,” Billings says. Founded in Utah by Jessica Haggett half a decade ago, the Litas

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