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Progressive Suspension: Save at Daytona Bike Week

FROM MARCH 3 to 12 , 2023 The first official rally of the year marks the start of the riding season and everyone is getting back on their bikes after a long winter. Start the year off right with suspension that will make you want to ride longer and more often. Progressive Suspension will be set up at the Harley-Davidson dealer in Ormond Beach, FL to provide factory installation of our premium shocks and Fork Monotube Kits at our special rally event pricing to make sure your riding experience is a great one. Stop on by and feel what you have been missing! Location: Teddy Morse’s Daytona Harley-Davidson 1637 US-1 Ormond Beach, FL 32174 TELL ‘EM BIKERNET SENT YA !!!

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Trike File Meets Mike the Trike

by DaCat Tuning the Ride with Saddlemen, Legends and Khrome Werks Since buying this 2017 M8 trike, I’ve been working on refining the ride as possible. This entailed changing the shocks to coil over Legend Revo A’s, adding a lift kit and adjusting everything as optimally as possible. Also, the front springs were removed and replaced with Legend Axio canister front suspension. The combination of the modified front and rear suspension really made the ride much, much better. CLICK Here to Read this Road Test and Tech only on Bikernet.com * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Read all the Tech on Choppers and Custom Builds – join the Bandit’s Cantina. View its benefits by Clicking Here.  

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The Trike File Is Now Open

Legends Suspension Systems Save the Day By DaCat Being part of the Hamsters for 30+ years and building custom bikes, I never thought of owning a Trike. One night 10 years ago, as we were admiring all the custom one-of-a-kind bikes at Sturgis, a buddy says to me, “You know what the next big thing is going to be……. Trikes”. I’m like what? And he says, “Think about it. We are all getting older.” Well guess what… I bought a Trike. Because of a major bike accident a few years ago, I’ve lost my ability to close or grip with my right hand. It’s become a major problem to hold up a heavy bagger. I decided I can’t risk this anymore with my wife on the back. Click Here to read this Personal Riding Story, only on Bikernet.com * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Sign up for Free Weekly Newsletter from Bikernet.com to stay updated on latest Motorcycle news, events, products, tech, tips, reviews, deals, fun & more. Click Here to Join – it’s Free – you can unsubscribe anytime.

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Can you Ride with a Pet on your Motorcycle?

ASK A TROOPER: “Motorcycle Riding Dog” by Ryan Janke from https://kfgo.com/ Question: Can someone with a motorcycle permit have their small dog riding on the motorcycle or would that be considered a passenger? We have already purchased a helmet and leather jacket for this lucky pup! Thank you for your response. Answer: First of all, where will this dog be seated and how? I see less issues if you are talking about a motorcycle side car or a motorcycle trailer equipped with a kennel. But if you are talking about on the actual motorcycle with you, I don’t think this would be very safe for you or your pet. If you are going to carry a passenger, there are a few key items to keep in mind: Equip and Adjust Your Motorcycle: A passenger seat and footrests are required by law. Adjust tire pressure and suspension settings for the additional weight. (Do not exceed weight limitations specified in the owner’s manual.) Readjust mirrors. Passenger Preparation: Provide protective riding gear: eye protection, a DOT-approved helmet, boots, gloves, long riding pants and a high-visibility motorcycle jacket. Passengers under age 18 are required by law to wear a DOT-approved helmet. Small children are required by law to be able to reach both footrests with their feet while sitting on the passenger seat. Getting On and Off the Motorcycle: Start the engine before the passenger gets on. Squeeze the front brake while the passenger gets on or off the bike. Passengers should get off the bike before the operator. Passenger Safety Tips: Hold operator’s waist or hips, or motorcycle’s passenger hand-holds. Keep feet on footrests at all times, including while stopped. Keep hands and feet away from hot or moving parts. When turning, look over the operator’s shoulder in the direction of the turn.

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Progressive Suspension Daytona Bike Week Specials

SAVE 10% ON FRONT AND REAR SUSPENSION TO IMPROVE THE RIDE AND PERFORMANCE OF YOUR HARLEY-DAVIDSON Use Discount Code DAYTONA 22 at progressivesuspension.com or call 714-523-8700 Bring your bike by the Progressive Suspension Rig at Daytona to Save 10% and have your new Progressive Suspension installed by one of our Certified Technicians. SHOCK TEST RIDES AVAILABLE – FEEL THE DIFFERENCE! Select your make from Harley-Davidson, Indian, Metrics, Triumph, Honda to view Products & Availability Visit Website to Purchase Online at: http://progressivesuspension.com/

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Road Glide Ultra Trimming

Bassani Exhaust, Legends Suspension, and V&H Fuelpak by Johnny White My 2016 Road Glide Ultra FLTRU has been a reliable ride that has endured 70,000 miles without any major issues. One of the first things a guy wants to change is the sound – as a new Harley sounds great until you hear it next to one with a tuned exhaust system. The change now vs. days of old is it’s no longer change your pipes and re-jet the carb. Now, with electronic fuel injection, ‘void warranty’ and emission controls, it can seem a bit daunting if you don’t know where to look. Well, it’s easier today than most realize and it doesn’t require a ton of time, knowledge, or money … well, it does require some money. CLICK HERE To Read this Detailed Tech Article only on Bikernet.com Join the Cantina for more – CLICK to Subscribe Now !!!

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Ducati DesertX with twin fuel tanks revealed

from https://menafn.com/ by MENAFN Ducati has officially revealed the DesertX adventure motorcycle in the global market. It gets a new off-road-friendly chassis and a host of electronic riding aids. The bike has a retro look, dual fuel tanks for fulfilling additional fuel needs, a 5.0-inch TFT screen, and a 937cc engine that comes paired with a 6-speed gearbox. Here’s our roundup. Takeaways The Ducati DesertX concept was showcased at EICMA 2019 and two years later, we have the production model. It has a similar appearance as the concept version and looks like the Ducati motorbikes of Dankar racing from 1990s. Distinct features such as dual fuel tanks and dual-pod headlight make it a unique offering. Design The bike has a generous ground clearance of 250mm. The front and rear fuel tanks on Ducati DesertX have capacity of 21 liters and 8 liters, respectively. Ducati DesertX features a muscular front fuel tank, a transparent windshield, a twin-pod LED headlamp, a split-style seat, an upswept exhaust, and an auxiliary fuel tank at the back. It houses a 5.0-inch TFT display and rides on 21-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels. The two-wheeler has a seat height of 875mm, a ground clearance of 250mm, and a kerb weight of 223kg. Engine & Specs The Ducati DesertX is powered by a 937cc, Testastretta twin-cylinder motor that churns out 108hp of power at 9,250rpm and 92Nm of peak torque at 6,500rpm. Transmission duties are handled by a 6-speed gearbox. For the rider’s safety, Ducati DesertX is equipped with disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels, along with cornering ABS, wheelie control, traction control, and engine brake control. It offers six riding modes. The suspension duties are taken care of by fully-adjustable Kayaba inverted forks on the front and a fully-adjustable mono-shock unit on the

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Honda Rebel 500 & 1100 Cruiser 2022 Debuts

from https://www.rushlane.com/ by Arun Prakash Honda presently has three models in the Rebel range of cruisers- Rebel 250, Rebel 500 and Rebel 1100 Honda has updated its cruise lineup for 2022 specifically for Rebel 500 and Rebel 1100 in European markets. Both motorcycles offer a typical cruiser experience to riders with their signature old-school design and ergonomics. About a month ago, Honda reinvented the entry-level Rebel 300 in a down-sized version as Rebel 250. 2022 Honda Rebel 500 Colour Options The Japanese bikemaker has introduced new colour options for Rebel 500 and Rebel 1100. Honda is offering a new paint scheme called Pearl Organic Green in Rebel 500. This option will be available alongside the current paint schemes on offer namely Graphite Black, Mat Axis Gray and Matte Jeans Blue Metallic. The latest addition to the colour palette is a stark contrast to dark and stealthy shades currently available for Rebel 500. On the other hand, Rebel 1100 sees the addition of a flashy new colour called Pearl Stallion Brown. The paint scheme also benefits from the blacked-out components lending the motorcycle a sporty dual-tone appeal. Rebel 500- Specs Apart from the added colour options, there have been no changes made in either of the cruiser bikes in terms of mechanicals or features. Rebel 500 is powered by a 471cc parallel-twin motor that also propels CB500X and CB500R. This unit pushes out 47 bhp at 8500rpm and a peak torque of 44.6Nm at 6000rpm. This engine is paired with a 6-speed transmission via a slip-assist clutch. The motorcycle rides on 16-inch front and rear wheels that are shod with fat 130-section front and 150-section rear rubber respectively. Suspension setup comprises 41mm telescopic forks at front and twin shock absorbers at rear. Braking duties are handled by a 296mm front disc

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Progressive Suspension Black Friday Sale

10% OFF Progressive Suspension The next journey awaits, put some extra traveling cash back in your pocket while giving the gift of a smoother ride. Smoother rides mean longer rides, and you can’t put a price on more time doing what you love. SAVE 10% – NOVEMBER 26-29 Enter THANKS_PS at checkout Click To SHOP NOW – Link below to save on premium suspension for your Harley-Davidson, Indian, Metric, Triumph or Honda. https://www.progressivesuspension.com/ The most comprehensive line of performance suspension – Featuring leading edge technology since 1982 CLICK HERE To Visit our Youtube page and check out our Video on proper suspension setup.

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Indian Motorcycle introduces 2022 Lineup

Indian Motorcycle introduces 2022 Lineup featuring Updated Technology. New Ride Command Update, Adaptive Headlight for Scout. All-New Accessories for Cruiser, Bagger & Touring. Prices, Paint and Specs announced. “Rider feedback continues to be at the forefront of what drives refinements and enhancements for our model year offerings, and that is once again the case for 2022. With the help of customer feedback, we aim to consistently enhance and improve the lineup with new technology and wider-ranging accessory options like these for 2022.” – Mike Dougherty, President for Indian Motorcycle CLICK HERE To See the Full 2022 Indian Motorcycle Lineup Info and Photos. Join the Cantina for more – Subscribe Today. https://www.bikernet.com/pages/custom/subscription.aspx

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