The rally to kick off the riding season is here! Stop by the Progressive Suspension semi truck down at Destination Daytona and take advantage of our show specials. Take this once a year opportunity to get suspension installed by our factory trained staff or even get support on Progressive Suspension product you already own. Upgrade your suspension today so you can “Ride More.”
Join the BAKER crew for an unforgettable experience at Daytona Bike Week! Here’s where you can catch the crew throughout the week: March 2 March 3 March 4 March 5 March 6 March 7 March 8 Interested in having a BAKER GrudgeBox kit installed during Daytona Bike Week? Swing by Cycle Solutions’ booth at Destination Daytona, near Houligan’s Speedway, between February 29 and March 10, 2024! Secure your installation appointment via email (email@example.com) or by phone (765-768-6000). TELL ‘EM BIKERNET.COM SENT YA
Greetings to all and welcome to our new subscribers! We will be displaying David’s work at this weekend’s Colorado Motorcycle Expo at the National Western Complex here in Denver. Show hours are 9a – 7p tomorrow and 9a – 4p on Sunday. If you’ll be attending, please stop in and say hello. On a different note, Daytona is right around the corner. I’ll be setting up the gallery there on February 28th. More about Daytona later. Thanks for your time and have a great weekend! All the best, Greg Rhodes International Sales Director David Uhl Fine Art Uhl Studios 303-913-4840
by Prince Najar Coming to the Flying Piston Breakfast 2024 Kelly Campanile’s art is a riot of humor and irreverence, brought to life with a palette of bright, bold colors and exaggerated, cartoonish forms. She’s not just an artist; she’s a trailblazer, pushing the boundaries of what’s expected. If that wasn’t impressive enough, Kelly has earned her spot on the Flying Piston Benefit “Art On Deck” presented by BIG FRIG contest. This breakfast event kicks off Monday, March 4, 2024 at Teddy Morse’s Daytona Harley-Davidson dealership. Join us as we unravel the mind behind the art, where every stroke tells a story and every color sparks the imagination. Click here to read this interview, only on Bikernet,com * * * * Support Flying Piston Benefit. Tell ’em Bikernet.com sent ya
Pittsburgh, PA – After 27 years of print magazine publication, The Source Media Group, Cycle Source Magazine, Track Side Report and Torque Performance publishers have launched their motorcycle media brand into the future. Grease & Gears TV, a three-year project to bring motorcycle media back to televisions and beyond, has started to pick up speed. After the initial soft launch during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, Grease & Gears is growing strong. Due to the enormous support from Dennis Kirk, Grease & Gears is now available on Apple and Andriod devices, Roku, and Firestick. So, no matter where you are or what screen you want to watch it on, 24/7 motorcycle entertainment is at your fingertips. So what is it? “It’s kinda like Netflix for motorcycle riders.” Explains Chris Callen, President of Source Media Group. It’s a collection of stories from the road, inside the garage, and collected over our travels. The great events we go to and the incredible bikes we see all with a deeply personal connection since it is no longer their interpretation of what someone said, but their voice brought to life through video and contained in a place where it will live on forever. The channel is, as Callen went on to say, “…nothing different than the work we have done for three decades. Subscribers pay us to deliver stories on motorcycles, the people who build them, and the places they go on them. Same thing here. We just have another dimension with the video component.” While this is nothing new in social media, as many YouTube sites now focus on motorcycle media, the difference, Callen says, is that Grease & Gears exists outside of the algorithm. Nothing slows the roll for people who want to see great motorcycle media, not even commercials, since they do
by DMAC Single Speed, No Clutch, No Brakes Vintage Motorcycle Racing – Daytona Beach was and is where it’s at! Along with the evolution of Bike Week, The Daytona 200 has since been moved to blacktop of the Daytona International Speedway. And decades later, Billy Lane resurrected the board track racing tradition and brings alive Sons of Speed racing at New Smyrna Speedway, which is one half mile asphalt track with a 20degree bank. Perfect October weather – great track conditions – and the home town crowd made for an exciting afternoon of old iron, some newer faces, and an overall great event! This is the 6th year since Sons of Speed was launched during Bike Week in 2017, rescheduled due to the hurricane that damaged the track in October, 2016. Click here to read this photo feature article only on Bikernet.com * * * * * * * * * * * * Follow our lead and get action delivered to your desktop. Click and Subscribe to our Free Weekly Newsletter.
by Rogue, Misled & Christy Good People Having a Good Time The Tropical Tattoo Old School Chopper Time Ride-In Bike Show is definitely the place to be on Thursday of Bike Week. Bikernet has been attending and promoting this event for a very long time because it keeps getting better and bigger. It is just a really cool place to be, the bike show has 26 classes and some wild handmade trophies and goody bags to go to all winners. Click Here to read this engaging photo feature only on Bikernet.com * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Ride to your favorite Motorcycling Events in comfort and style. Jackets designed by bikers for bikers. Have a look at our Ballistic Nylon vest and 5/8 sleeve Jak Shirt. Pack your tools and luggage with a Bandit’s bedroll or dayroll. Click Here to view the all-new 5-Ball Racing Shop.
by Rogue – Misled – Christy Sons of Speed 2023 has started Bike Week Off With Record Attendance Sons of Speed has always been an enjoyable event for me to attend and cover. I really like that people have taken the time to keep these classic motorcycles running and even more to the point, actually racing them. This event is exploding. I am not the only one who feels that way, the event was packed. Attendance was up and so were the new classes and number of riders racing. Click here to read the wonderful photo feature report only on Bikernet.com * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Gear up to ride to your favorite Motorcycling Events – Click Here to view the all-new 5-Ball Racing Shop
INDIAN MOTORCYCLE RACING LEADS MISSION® SUPER HOOLIGAN® NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP FOLLOWING SEASON OPENER AT DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY 2022 Super Hooligan® Champion Tyler O’Hara Takes Early Points Lead Following Back-to-Back Wins At Daytona Doubleheader Indian Motorcycle Racing Comes Away with Podium Finish in Mission® King of the Baggers, O’Hara Ranks Fifth In Season Standings with 21 Points, McWilliams Eighth with 19 MINNEAPOLIS (MARCH 14, 2023) – Following an offseason that expanded the competitive landscape with new manufacturers lining up for the MotoAmerica® Mission® Super Hooligan® National Championship (SHNC), it was Indian Motorcycle Racing and its factory team claiming the top two spots on the leaderboard, following the season-opening doubleheader at Daytona International Speedway. Piloting a pair of S&S®-built Progressive® Mission® Foods Indian FTRs, reigning SHNC champion Tyler O’Hara and teammate Jeremy McWilliams each left Daytona with a pair of podiums, including back-to-back victories for O’Hara and third and second-place finishes for McWilliams. On Friday, March 10, O’Hara strategically tailed RSD Indian FTR privateer Bobby Fong for nearly the entire six-lap race. Waiting for the final lap to strike, O’Hara was able to carry more speed through the chicane and go up and around the outside of Fong to capture the season’s first win by .0064 seconds. McWilliams rounded out the podium to complete the Indian FTR podium sweep. “Bobby was running fast all weekend and gapped me for a period until I was able to make up some ground. The lapper through the chicane definitely played a big role as I wasn’t sure if I was going to be able to draft pass him on the finish,” said O’Hara. “But what a fun race, and for Indian Motorcycle to sweep the podium just shows how impressive this Indian FTR really is.” Race 2 on Saturday, March 11, was filled with plenty of
Monster Energy® Kawasaki’s Jason Anderson Secures Fifth Place Finish at Daytona International Speedway March 4, 2023 | Daytona International Speedway | Daytona, Florida Foothill Ranch, Calif. (March 5, 2023) – The iconic Daytona International Speedway played host to the world’s premier supercross racers for Round 8 of the Monster Energy® AMA Supercross Championship where Monster Energy Kawasaki rider Jason Anderson secured his third consecutive top-five finish. In the 250SX Class, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Chris Blose displayed an impressive come-from-behind performance to secure a season-best seventh place. When qualifying sessions began, a motivated Anderson was one of the first riders to hit the Daytona race course. The No.21 KX™450SR rider showed impressive pace while focusing his time on track to explore various lines and generate a sense of how track conditions will deteriorate throughout the day. In the final session, Anderson applied the knowledge gained from earlier in the day to secure the third fastest lap time (1:12.889) in 450SX qualifying. In 450SX Heat 2, Anderson launched out the gate running in fifth and masterfully moved up to fourth through the first rhythm section. The New Mexico-born rider continued to race forward after taking control of fourth and within two laps was challenging at the front of the field. Anderson then displayed the superior cornering ability of his KX450SR by skillfully executing an inside line pass in Turn 1 to advance into third. The No.21 rode consistent laps until a last-lap pass moved him back to fourth. Despite his best efforts to regain the position, Anderson crossed the line fourth. As light showers began to fall at the start of the 450SX Main Event, Anderson emerged from the first turn in seventh before quickly advancing to fifth as he reached the infamous Daytona sand. Once in fifth position, Anderson settled into