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Book Review: City Blocks by J.D. Fratto

Hey, You can download this ebook for Free on Amazon, Monday to Friday, starting June 10. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0D5C2YBZW I believe the narrative is truly honest and introspective even though the language may seem complicated to some readers. I thoroughly enjoyed the exploration of people and places in the life of the protagonist. The changing scenario with unchanging circumstance of the narrator, the rich beauty evident in prose and perspective, the message of growth, love and being in the moment—it all shines through. This is a short, crisp novella, told in a very unique style–maybe as endearing as the protagonist it depicts. I would recommend it, especially to those with Kindle Unlimited. Its a good day’s read on a park bench in the thick of the city. Click here to read the full review on Bikernet.com Praise for City Blocks, a novella by J.D. Fratto. “Wandering ways in a staggering prose displaying steady beauty” ~ FreedomFiction.com “Life being what it is, you have to take a walk” ~ K. Randall Ball “A city as perceived through the amusement of a rambling man” ~ Ujjwal Dey “The joy of everyday things through someday moments” ~ CatOnBall.com * * * * Subscribe to the Cantina and support Bikernet.com Visit https://www.bikernet.com/pages/custom/subscription.aspx

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Gel Seat Giving Some More Miles

MISLED leads us to a solution for comfortable riding LESS PAIN = MORE RIDE TIME Report by MISLED Back in September of 2018 I was in a bad collision on my motorcycle resulting in multiple injuries from head to toe including the loss of left leg below the knee and a crushed left hip. Due to the seriousness of these injuries, getting back on my motorcycle a year later took modifications to help with comfort and or ease of use due to my new disabilities. I had to design a push-pull cable kickstand, add an electric shifter and recently added a reverse kit to the motorcycle to navigate my obstacles. All these mods did not help the one factor I have since getting back on a motorcycle. My tailbone was severely injured resulting in me not being able to sit very long without having discomfort and pain. Due to this my 500-mile days are long gone. This leads me to C.C. Rider Seats a newly founded brand in 2020. Click here to read this excellent report on excelling against exceptions only on Bikernet.com * * * * Do you have similar experiences to share or a query on such situations. Write to us via wayfarer@bikernet.com

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Can-Am Ryker: A Small and Agile Three-Wheeler

The all new 2024 version is out and about by Ujjwal Dey The first thing you notice about the 2024 Can-Am Ryker is of course that it is advertised as a “three-wheeled motorcycle.” For those who love and ride motorcycles, there is no such thing. You got one wheel too many to call it a motorcycle. The name Ryker is not of Biblical origin nor a Bavarian legend. It is a silly portmanteau on “Ride”-“Biker” with a “Y” replacing it to re-invent the three-wheeled thing called “Ryker.” Plus, it rhymes with Can-Am Spyder. Click here to read this photo feature breakdown of the all new Can-Am Ryker * * * * Follow Bikernet Free Weekly Newsletter to get latest Motorcycling news, updates, reviews, tech, tips, events & lot of fun. Click here & take a test ride.

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Book Review: I AM Delilah Jones

Book Reveiw of the Week By J.J. Solari The book “I AM Delilah Jones aka Doris Gohlke: I Lived And Loved As I Pleased,” is, first of all, large. It’s the size of a sheet of normal bond paper, 337 numbered pages and full of photos. If you’re an edentulate reprobate like myself, you probably – and I hate to say this if she’s reading this– you probably took her into the bathroom with you when you were a strapping young lad because she was in damn near every “girlie mag” that was flooding the back racks of the newsstands, when they had newsstands, and she wasn’t bashful. This wasn’t the Hustler age of girlie mags, they weren’t porn, but they WERE forbidden by moms, girlfriends, and – what are they called?…..oh yeah, wives. Click here to read this thrilling review only on Bikernet.com

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You had to ask: Harley-Davidson X440

What motorcycle do you like that everyone seems to hate?Ujjwal Dey presents his case Author’s Confession: Originally assigned to write a road test review about the latest localized venture of Harley-Davidson– the reluctant rider and long-time collaborator did not seem to know where to begin or how to present it to a predisposed, unhappy American audience. Well, the product is good and the sales are well… It is not ugly nor a poor person’s substitute. It is actually a wonderfully designed and ingeniously engineered motorcycle. Moreover, it showcases adaptability for climate and terrain for a motorcycle. Besides, wasn’t Harley-Davidson always meant to be a motorcycle for the working class and not a fancy fashion accessory for some billionaire to park in his 50-acre garage? The oil-cooled engine is a long-stroke engine that helps with low and mid-range torque. It can beat any 350cc Enfield in power as well as top-speed. Click here to read this photo feature article only on Bikernet.com

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Review: Chopper Hobo by Shovelhead Dave

A Book Review by J J Solari that kicks some sense & hits you with wit & wisdom The book doesn’t have long paean – look it up – to the nobleness of destitution, suffering or sadness…… nor long tirades against the relentless oppression of the government and “the greedy corporations” and Man’s inhumanity to trees or anything else remotely whiney. This utter lack of depressing content and mega overdoses of relentless can-do-ness CAN be upsetting to some readers who demand to be driven to despair via their reading material. Click here to read the entire nuts and bolts of the book only at Bikernet.com * * * * * * * * * * * * The 5-Ball Racing Garage Online Shop has products you needed & never found anywhere else!!! Click to view.

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Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Review

by Jason Marker from https://www.rideapart.com/ 2023 Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Review $3,999 for a good-looking, thoroughly modern motorcycle with ABS, fuel injection, and a bulletproof engine is a steal no matter how you slice it. My toxic trait—or, well, one of the many at any rate—is that when I buy a product I expect a level of quality in that product commensurate with its price. As you can imagine, in this day and age I spend a lot of my time disappointed. What if I told you, however, that I recently rode a bike with one of the best cost-to-value ratios I think I’ve ever ridden? In fact, probably one of the best cost-to-value ratios on the market today. What if I then told you that it was a Royal Enfield—specifically Enfield’s new Hunter 350? Well, I did and it was and I’m here to tell you all about it. Read the full review for 2023 model of Hunter 350 by clicking here.

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Book Review by JJ Solari

Click here to read this expert review on subject of significant human activity Book review: “LESSONS FROM THE PIMP” Interviews of Dennis Hof conducted by Joe Corey You might think that the contents being interviews of the brothel-owner who revolutionized whore-housing are the selling point of this book. No. It’s the price: $3.99. Plus 2 dollars shipping from Amazon. So, let’s review: You bought a book. You didn’t leave the house. You paid 6 bucks. Some guy you don’t know fucking brings it to your door. It’s got 129 numbered pages. No illustrations, so it’s all text. And you open it and start reading….and it’s all about F***###. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Yes, dress sharp and get the best protection — leathers and tee-shirts on 5-Ball Racing Shop. Click Here. No innuendo, just the real deal!

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Book Review: Not Fade Away

From the Bad Road Rising Series A novel By Mike Baron Author: Mike Baron Genre: Action Adventure Publisher: Wolfpack Publishing Publication Year: 2019 ASIN: B07VCG9RK5 Click here to read the complete review by Bandit only on Bikernet.com Mike Baron is a biker and a prolific writer who is currently signed with Wolf Pack Publishing. He recently converted from Liberty Island Publishing to Wolfpack and this is book three in the series Bad Road Rising about a biker/private investigator. Wolfpack currently has over 100 authors cranking out adventure books, including biker novels. I don’t know if his other books are centered around the Rock and Roll music industry, but this one is. I tried to look up some of the groups mentioned and I’m not sure where fiction and reality meet. But if you’re a fan of ‘70s Rock and Roll, this puppy will keep you enthralled as Josh, the biker investigator finds himself chasing song rights. Here’s the book pitch. — Review by Bandit * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Did you know you could read entire novels in the Cantina ? Have a peek by clicking here. Subscribe & Support Bikernet.com

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Book Review: novel ‘Storm Rider II’

Author Chris Dutcher presents a Symphony of Destruction review by Wayfarer While the rider is not exactly on a joyride, it is joy to read this fiction novel dealing with a motorcycling misfit. I am sure many bikers can relate to the sentiment of not fitting into any category in modern society. Click here to read this book review on Bikernet.com * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Read entire novels and get access to motorcycle industry history by joining Bandit’s Cantina. Click to know more.

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