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An Unintentional Pilgrimage

This was the second year for this event, and you may be interested in seeing the article on the first event to help you get a better idea of what this is all about. AN UNINTENTIONAL PILGRIMAGE (bikernet.com) A group of us going on a ride to deliver a Time Capsule in Clarksdale With a couple of stops on the way to meet up with others and then having a wedding cause it was time to do it. The story is that Berry Wardlaw and Robby Defazio were having a late-night phone conversation and part of it was about the movie Rough Boys and getting people that were in it and or involved with it to get together and have a party. Check out this report by Rogue along with photos only on Bikernet.com….click here. * * * * Visit last year’s Unintentional Pilgrimage at Bikernet by clicking https://blog.bikernet.com/an-unintentional-pilgrimage/

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The First H3LLRAISER Show

And the first 5-Ball Leathers Produced Los Angeles Event by Frankie My friend’s father owns a warehouse In Boyle Heights that’s in the middle of being re-leased and currently vacant. He told me I had a month to pull something off before… We reached out to Carrie from Choppers Mag and started the uphill battle of planning everything. We pooled our resources to make the H3LLRAISER BIKE SHOW as cool and fun as possible within our budget (pretty much 5k) and limited time–three weeks. Click here and check out the wild event photos and artistic endeavors, only at Bikernet.com * * * * The 5-Ball Racing Garage Online Shop has products you needed & never found anywhere else!!! Click and Explore.

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Sidecar Take On Coronation

King Charles III Coronation: Sidecar Seating Reserved French TF1 secured a couple of Urals to cover the Coronation of King Charles III in London from the sidecar POV! https://www.tf1.fr/tf1/charles-iii-elizabeth-ii-kate-et-william-harry-et-meghan-diana-tout-sur-la-famille-royale We will be posting updates of Urals navigating streets of London during this historic event on our social media channels. Do tune in! Big thanks to Rob and Zayne at Gusto Motorbikes and Mike at TheSidecarGuysLondon for assisting with logistics, driving, filming and most of all for representing Ural with all their heart and top level effort. Humbled and grateful to have them on our team! — Ural Motorcycles * * * * * * * * * * * * Click & know more about Bikernet’s Free Weekly Newsletter

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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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British bike show is a triumph for organisers

by Nigel Baudains from https://guernseypress.com The heyday of the British motorcycle industry was on display at St James yesterday. People were queuing by the 10am opening to see about 90 machines spanning the period from 1911 to the present day. Alan Richmond, who organised the show on behalf of the St James Trust, is also chairman of The British Motor Cycle Club Guernsey. ‘I think British motorcycles appeal to the older man who probably had one in his youth,’ he said. ‘Naturally he will say that it was the best and there is a huge brand loyalty. ‘For the practical, you can strip them down to the last nut and bolt, whereas motorcycles today are computer-controlled and you dare not change a spark plug.’ Some of the bikes – nicknamed trailer queens – belonged to people who did not want to get them wet. Half an hour of riding and four hours of cleaning was no fun, he said. Vaccine centre volunteer Alan Boyd, 66, said visiting the show had reactivated his interest in motorcycles. ‘I had bikes from the age of 15 and I even managed to persuade my wife, Jo, to tour Europe with me on a [Honda] Goldwing,’ he said. ‘I sold it because I thought I was getting too old. I’m a Triumph fan. The early ones leaked oil and the electrics were always packing up. Every time you went out it was an adventure as you never knew whether you’d get back or not.’ Within a few minutes of the show opening, the hall was packed with motorcycle enthusiasts. Jackson Garage technician Wojtek Krzemien, 39, who came to Guernsey from Poland 13 years ago, was among them. ‘I just love motorbikes and I wanted to bring the boys to show them the story of motorcycling,’

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ABATE 31st annual safety ride

from https://www.wgrz.com Buffalo-area motorcyclists take part in 31st annual safety ride. The American Bikers Aimed Toward Education event aims to remind all drivers that motorcyclists are back on the road. BUFFALO, N.Y. — May is Motorcycle Awareness Month, and on Saturday, 75 motorcyclists took part in the 31st annual American Bikers Aimed Toward Education safety ride. The event is aimed at reminding all drivers that motorcyclists are back on the road. There are plenty of safety tips for motorcyclists, including the obvious. “On a motorcycle, you want to make yourself visible,” Lee Argen of ABATE Buffalo said. “You always want as visible as possible. Daytime ride with your high beam lights on. A lot of times, I think people are not visible because their lights are either off or on low beam in the daytime.” Drivers should never try to share a lane with a motorcycle. Always give a motorcycle the full lane width. The one-hour event began Saturday afternoon at the Rath Building in downtown Buffalo.

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Historic motorcycles poised to visit Laguna Seca raceway

by Jim Johnson from https://www.montereyherald.com County board to consider three-year pact for event A “vintage” motorocycles festival could be officially added to Weathertech Raceway Laguna Seca’s “premiere” event schedule this season, serving as a bookend with the popular MotoAmerica Superbike event in July. The Board of Supervisors are set under its consent agenda Tuesday to consider a three-year deal with the American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association for the Monterey Classic MotoFest event at Laguna Seca, running July 16-18 this year. The proposed agreement, which would take effect retroactive to Jan. 1, would require the AHRMA organization to pay the county $480,000 over the term of the pact through the 2023 racing season. It would last through July 31, 2023. The county board is also scheduled to consider another retroactive agreement under its consent agenda Tuesday, this one with the Historic Sportscar Racing from Feb. 1-Dec. 31, 2022 for the Pre-Reunion and Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion events set for Aug. 7-8 and Aug. 12-15, respectively. Raceway spokesman Barry Toepke said the AHRMA has rented the raceway track in the past and the “growing popularity of vintage motorcycles” has offered an opportunity to “celebrate the sport and hobby by creating a larger festival experience and developing a Bike Week following” the GEICO MotoAmerica Superbike Speedfest at Monterey event set for July 9-11. Toepke said the agreement was initiated in November but the holidays, uncertainty around event dates and whether spectators would be allowed delayed finalization of the proposal. The organization touts its national and regional motorcycle road racing events ranging from motocross, dirt track and cross country to observed trials competition for historic motorcycles, as well as “alternative” modern racing with zero emissions electric motorcycles. Raceway management dubbed AHRMA the “preeminent vintage motorcycle organization” in the U.S. and produces events across the

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Daytona Bike Week 2021

Fun in the Florida Sun Photos and text by Rogue The motorcycle community was tired of being cooped up with the Covid Pandemic and said enough is enough. They just wanted to come to sunny Florida to party. Either way there was noticeable a larger crowd than at Biketoberfest 2020. Click Here to Read this Photo Feature only on Bikernet. Join the Cantina – Subscribe Today. https://www.bikernet.com/pages/custom/subscription.aspx

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Shamrock Saturday put on by Hideout Harley-Davidson had locals gathering up

by Ben Kouchnerkavich from https://www.fourstateshomepage.com Hideout Harley-Davidson in Joplin is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day early. On Sunday afternoon, they held a Shamrock Saturday Event. Live music, a food truck and other activities were available as the rain cleared up in time to hold the event. Adults looked to purchase motorcycles while children were given the opportunity to color and have their artwork displayed around the dealership. “This is our pre-St. Patrick’s Day event,” said Hideout Harley-Davidson sales manager Dale Wano. “What we try to do is every Saturday is have something going on so the public can come out and have a great time. We try to have some music [or] something so the public can do something that’s nice, safe and fun.” Next Saturday, there will be a meet and greet with the local chapter of the Hideout Harley Owner’s Group, followed by an open ride.

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Harley-Davidson Dealerships From Across The United States Join Bagger Racing League

Harley-Davidson Dealerships From Across The United States Join Bagger Racing League™! Bagger Racing League™ Hits Harley-Davidson and V-Twin Motorcycle Community With Big Bang—Now Expanding Fast Durango, CO (March 11, 2021) – After the formation of Bagger Racing League™ was announced on January 25 at the Harley Only Track Day at Chuckwalla Raceway in Southern California, racing teams and sponsors are signing on fast. Live from Daytona Bike Week Bagger Racing League announced nearly twenty independent motorcycle shops, bike brands, parts and accessory manufacturers, as well as Harley-Davidson dealerships from across the United States who are fielding teams and racing with the BRL in 2021. All told, over 100 riders from all over the nation are slated to participate, and that number is expected to grow. “We’re thrilled with the response,” says BRL founder Rob Buydos. “We thought there was a demand for this, and we’re excited to be proven right. The proliferation of performance baggers we’ve seen over the last half-decade inspired us to create an event that could help promote the parts that make these bikes so sought after. This is just the beginning, and I can’t wait to see how much it can grow.” Bagger Racing League™ Round 1 takes place at Utah Motorsports Complex, June 25–27, in Salt Lake City. Tickets, Hotel Packages, Camping and VIP Experiences for BRL Round 1 are available now on www.BaggerRacingLeague.com Each Round will be a 3-day event, featuring the world’s largest V-Twin vendor village at a road racetrack, stunt shows, camping, the Arlen Ness Custom Bike Show and much more. All the rounds will telecast live and feature a live audience. Originally, BRL™ was set to feature 4 classes of racing: Class 1. Hooligan GP: Includes V-twin inspired platforms. Class 2. Big Twin GP: Includes any large-displacement big twin. Class 3.

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