NEW PRODUCTS NOW AVAILABLE! KODLIN USA Universal License Plate & Sleek Lights For Touring Models SLEEK LIGHTS 3-1 FOR TOURING MODELS: • Super bright German engineered COB LEDs with run, turn and brake function • Housing made from CNC machined billet aluminum • Black or chrome finish • Replaces rubber antenna grommets when factory antenna is relocated or removed. • Comes with all necessary hardware for installation. • We recommend the use of the Kodlin Curved Touring License Plate Kit KUS20100 / KUS 20101 (check license plate fitment applications). • Sold in pairs! • Fits HD Street Glide 2006-2013 FLHX, 2014-Up FLHX/S; Road Glide 2009-2013 FLTRX, 2015 and-Up FLTRX/S and Road King Special 2017-Up FLHRXS K68496 Kodlin Sleek Lights 3-1 for Touring Models, Chrome K68495 Kodlin Sleek Lights 3-1 for Touring Models, Black Price: $249.99 UNIVERSAL LICENSE PLATE KIT FEATURES: ◦ Curved horizontal motorcycle license plate kit ◦ Frame is low profile aluminum construction ◦ Very bright white LED’s ◦ Frame dimensions: 7-3/16” length x 4-1/4” width, mounting hardware included ◦ Great addition to Kodlin Sleek 3-1 Rear Indicators ◦ Available in black or chrome finish ◦ Fits HD Street Glide 2013 FLHX, 2014-Up FLHX/FLHX/S; Road Glide 2013 FLTRX, 2015-Up FLTRX/S and Road King Special 2017-Up FLHRXS KUS20101 Kodlin Curved LED License Plate Kit, Chrome KUS20100 Kodlin Curved LED License Plate Kit, Black Price: $159.99 CONTACT: 408.228.4508 | WWW.KODLINUSA.COM | INFO@KODLINUSA.COM * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Sign up for Free Weekly Newsletter from Bikernet.com to stay updated on latest Motorcycle news, events, products, tech, tips, reviews, fun […]
13 of 150 Spots Left To Go. Will 13 Of You Throw In? @ Only $20 a spot Yup, 13 more to go then we select a winner! Nash Motorcycle Blue Collar Chopper Builders Special!! 1982’ HD XLH 1000 Ironhead Rigid Chopper Build Giveaway. Pretty Darn Good Odds! If you’re interested, please choose the “Friends & Family” option in payment. When we see your contact info in Venmo or PayPal, you’re in! Damon will DM you back to confirm. Imagine a chance at getting this platform of pure potential for $20! That’s cheaper than a night’s worth of beer for many of you. There’s little reason not to go for it! The specs: Complete engine- 1982’ HD XLH 1000 Paughco frame 19” high shoulder front rim, 16” stock rear Narrow 39mm Sporty front end with very clean shaved lowers New 12” chrome traditional Apes, Flanders style Stock 4’ HD risers chrome Mechanical rear brake, caliper style front brake Old King Sporty tank (will need paint work on it) thrown in NO TITLE, AND PICK UP LOCAL (will meet you) OR YOU PAY TO SHIP IF OUT OF STATE. (Bike is in Oceanside, CA) Contact Contact Damon George if you have any questions, want to pay with a Zelle QuickPay option, or just want to confirm your successful registration …DM @Rocco123 on Instagram …(or) Email firstname.lastname@example.org Road Map You will be given your unique spot #(’s) once you purchase Once all spots are filled, Damon will announce the giveaway day and time to watch live on Instagram. You will also be contacted before the giveaway goes live with the live event’s date and time to see if you have won! WEBSITE: https://nashmotorcycle.com/ See A Video Walkaround Of The Build Here Sign-up for Bikernet Free Weekly Newsletter to stay updated on Motorcycle
Our new fully adjustable footrests will fit FLH Models 2014-present. They will mount on the lower frame by the voltage regulator and since they are fully adjustable they will accommodate various rider heights for the most comfortable angle. We offer them in 3 color schemes. Chrome, Black, and Chrome with a black mounting bracket for a more sleek look since the black bracket blends in with the frame. The Lindby Custom Adjustable Footrest for the FLH Models have High-tensile, triple chrome-plated 1-1/4″ steel tubing construction with the Lindby Custom unique look and protection that’s unparalleled. The New Innovative Patent Pending Design is available for purchase Features: Front bars are made from 1 1/4″ high-strength steel for long-lasting durability. Replaceable Bonded Rubber Footrests provide traction and added comfort and traction in all climates. Available in triple-chrome-plated or gloss black powder-coat finish. Visit the Website for more info and buying it online: https://www.lindbycustom.com/
from https://www.rushlane.com/ by Pearl Daniels BSA Motorcycles has showcased their new motorcycle under the leadership of Mahindra owned Classic Legends A few days ago, BSA Motorcycles had officially announced their return via social media. The same was also retweeted by Anand Mahindra, helping stir up enthusiasm among BSA fans across the world. Now, their first motorcycle has been officially unveiled. Birmingham Small Arms or BSA has officially mark its revival, with the unveiling of their first new gen motorcycle under the ownership of Classic Legends. The new BSA motorcycle was showcased at an exclusive event in Birmingham UK. Images are credit to BSA Motorcycles Facebook page. BSA Goldstar 650 This new BSA motorcycle is likely to be called as Goldstar 650. It will be on public display at the upcoming Motorcycle Live show in Birmingham, UK being held from 4th-12th December 2021. BSA Goldstar 650 is likely to be powered by a single cylinder 650cc engine and will rival the likes of Royal Enfield 650 Twins in the UK and other markets hopefully. It may be recalled that BSA Motorcycles became defunct in 1970s but with Classic Legends, a Mahindra subsidiary, in-charge of the BSA project since 2016, the brand gets revived with more focus on international markets. Classic Legends acquired BSA for approximately Rs. 28 crores. With this announcement made, Classic Legends has lost no time in readying their new motorcycle. Test bikes have been spied on test in Pune, India. These bikes could also be produced in India at the company’s plant in Pithampur with exports to commence from early next year. BSA Goldstar 650 – More details Classic Legends has set up a technical and design center in Banbury, Oxfordshire followed by assembly of new motorcycles at the BSA facility in Midlands. This new BSA motorcycle will
by Kyle Hyatt from https://www.cnet.com Cleaning your motorcycle can be a pain, but this stuff makes it a lot easier. Motorcycle cleaner notes The visual benefits of keeping a clean bike are pretty obvious, I mean, more shiny is more better, right? But there are some performance and safety benefits, too. For example, if your bike is filthy, it can be hard to see if you’ve suddenly sprung a leak of some vital fluid (usually oil). Some road crud can be corrosive over time to the exposed steel and aluminum parts of your motorcycle, not to mention the fasteners that hold things onto your bike. You thought changing out that clutch was going to be easy, didn’t you? It would have been if you hadn’t left a bunch of road salt all over the bike for months. Now it’s broken-bolt city, population: you. The performance benefits are more subtle but no less real. This is especially true when it comes to chain maintenance. Just think, if your motorcycle has to fight the friction of a dry, dirty or corroded chain, then that’s power lost. If you’re on a 200-horsepower sport bike, that’s not a big deal, but if you’re on a 20-horsepower motorcycle like the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 I recently reviewed, you might just notice. Keep your bike clean with a well-stocked motorcycle care kit, and make your life easy. Best general motorcycle cleaner overall S100 Total Cycle Cleaner $15 Best general motorcycle cleaner overall runner-up Muc-Off Nanotechnology Motorcycle Cleaner $16 Best motorcycle quick detailer S100 Detail & Wax spray $15 Best waterless motorcycle wash Muc-Off High-Performance No Rinse Bike Cleaning Spray $18 Best motorcycle chain cleaner and lube Maxima Clean Up and Chain Wax $28 Best motorcycle chain cleaning brush Simple Solutions The Grunge Brush $14 Best motorcycle
by Daniel Patrascu from https://www.autoevolution.com If you are familiar with the Harley-Davidson Museum, then you must be aware of a tent structure there in Milwaukee called Chrome. The structure, designed with special events in mind, is enjoying its final days under the sun, as it will be replaced with a new one later this year. On the same day Harley-Davidson announced it is spinning off the LiveWire nameplate into a brand of its own, the bike maker also revealed the birth of a new event space called Garage at the museum location. Slotted to begin construction later this summer, the venue is expected to be completed with the help of 1903 Events in the spring of next year. The site will be an 8,200-square-foot (761-square-meter) construction located south of The Shop, and will feature floor-to-ceiling windows with a view of the Menomonee River, five garage doors, and green spaces. Just like Chrome, it will be open to all wanting to celebrate an event on the Harley-Davidson grounds, from weddings to get-togethers of some other nature.
by Daniel Patrascu from https://www.autoevolution.com We’re used to having our Harleys (be them stock rebuilds or ground-up creations) served in extreme forms. After all, there’s an entire industry dedicated to making Harleys unique, and what better way to do that than to go above and beyond? At times however a more discrete job is preferable. An almost invisible lowering of the bike, the addition of chrome in strategic locations, and a medium-sized list of mechanical and visual upgrades are all it takes to make a bike stand out. Over the past few months, we’ve talked at length about the projects, new and old, of a German garage by the name of Thunderbike. Just like the rest of world, the Germans too got hit by the health crisis, and for the better part of the year, Thunderbike has been up to much fewer stunts than we’re used to. The Deluxe in the gallery above is one of the projects that finally made it to light in 2020. Commissioned last year by a Swedish customer, the bike was ready in no time, but had to spend about nine months away from its owner, given how borders closed and all. Now the two are reunited, and it’s the perfect opportunity for us to take a closer look at how just a smaller number of carefully chosen modifications can rebirth a Harley. Mechanical changes include the lowering of the fork and the shortening of the rear shock. New, bigger wheels were added front and back and shod in Dunlop tires, making the bike look a tad more compact. Some modifications were made to the brakes as well, as the discs have been replaced. We’re not being told if the engine was modified in any way. As for the looks, the motorcycle is a chilling
by Daniel Patrascu from https://www.autoevolution.com There’s nothing better in the world of custom bike-making than coming up with your own frame. Sure, you could choose the easy way and start modifying existing motorcycles, but that doesn’t say that much about your skills as a custom builder. We know of a huge number of shops in the U.S. making their own custom frames, that in turn end up becoming the base for incredible two-wheelers. But there are garages outside the States that do the same thing. One of them – and a very lucrative one – is Germany-based Thunderbike. We talked about their work extensively over the past few months as part of our various special coverages, but given the large number of builds they make, there seems to be no end in sight. Until recently, we covered at length Thunderbike’s skills when it comes to modified Harleys, but from this week on we decided to have a closer look at their custom frames, and we’ve already said a word or two about some other of their creations for this segment. And now it’s time for another. In the gallery above sits a motorcycle the garage completed all the way back in 2007. It is called the Red Scorpion, and it is one of the finest examples of how you can pair your own custom frame with custom parts and available Harley-Davidson hardware. The bike is part of the garage’s Freestyle collection of bikes, and it is built around one of the 15 or so frames available in its inventory. Riding low thanks to the use of an air suspension, and with an appearance of having a broken back, the Red Scorpion is animated by a Harley-Davidson Screamin’ Eagle 103ci engine. The powerplant draws its fuel through a Mikuni HSR 42