Sturgis Run 2021 of Frank Ball Jr

With techs from the V-twin Visionary, Sawicki Exhaust, and Legends Suspension My grandson, Frank Ball Jr. and I made the run to Sturgis with a Kendon two-bike trailer, our 1928 Shovelhead and the 5-Ball Racing Crazy Horse powered mascot bike. Both quirky, flat-side tank bikes. We jammed out and rode around the rally and had a blast. CLICK HERE To Read this Photo Feature Article and the Tech used Join the Cantina for more – CLICK HERE to Subscribe

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Tattoos and Motorcycles

Youtube Series Review Review by Dmac This link will get ya hooked. A totally Independent production. Love their Hollywood can kiss their ass style! A meld of the Tattoo world and Motorcycles! Real and raw – totally unscripted and takes you on an adventure in the deep south – where Big Dave and company are rollin’ out over thousands of miles to meet legendary Tattoo Artists. His mission is preserving their history for tattoo artists to come and he’s doing it on two wheels. They Their journey started June 1st, 2015. CLICK HERE TO READ THIS ARTICLE ON BIKERNET Quick, Join the Cantina – Subscribe Today

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Blacked Out Harley-Davidson Melville Has More Tattoos Than a Yakuza Henchman

by Daniel Patrascu from Technically, this modified Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight has been designed to be incarnation of a bunch of Japanese myths. Looked at from afar and in a totally superficial manner, it looks more like something the Yakuza would ride around on. The bike is the creation of Harley-Davidson’s dealer in Shizuoka. It has been the shop’s entry in the King of Kings competition whose winner, the Mexican Apex Predator, was chosen by the public in April. Called Melville, the motorcycle was once a stock Forty-Eight that received both a serious makeover and a bunch of new parts. The shop had to stay true to the rules of the Harley competition, and that meant taking at least half of the custom parts from the Harley inventory. A long list of such hardware, including things like the rocker covers, the saddle, or the fuel cap, are also of Harley origin, but new to this Forty-Eight. What strikes the eye the most when looking at the bike is the way it looks. The pitch-black apparition lacks the chrome parts others are so in love with and use extensively on their builds, and even the fork is black. The only thing that breaks the trend is the extensive drawing on the fuel tank and some of the other new parts on the motorcycle. According to the people behind this build, the tattoos displayed in a silver that perfectly offsets the dark tone of the bike are supposed to separately represent things like “prayer,” “death,” and “awe,” and combined to form some type of myth that is easy to understand if you’re Japanese. Of course not all those who voted in March and April were Japanese, and many of them probably didn’t get the message the builder tried to send, so the bike

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Pensacolians flock to Harley Davidson for spooky-themed discount tattoos on Friday the 13th

by Annie Blanks, Pensacola News Journal at Sounds of buzzing needles replaced the roar of motorcycle engines Friday afternoon at Harley Davidson Pensacola, with dozens of people heading to the store to get special spooky-themed tattoos at a discount rate for Friday the 13th. It’s an unofficial tradition for tattoo studios to do specials on Friday the 13th, said Matt Herl, one of three tattoo artists who took up the back room of the Harley dealership on Friday. Herl and his fellow artists ran a “flash tattoo” sale where people could come in and pick from a pre-designed set of ink for $31, $50, or $100, “It was always a traditional thing to do back when tattoos used to be a macabre thing, more underground,” he said. “And so now we do it to try to appeal to the dark side of people, and make it cheap. Back then they would do it for $13.” Some of the pre-made designs people could choose from Friday included gravestones, potion bottles, ghosts, skeletons, spiders, broken hearts and bloody axes. Stella Garrett, an emergency room registration technician, opted to get two $31 tattoos on her arm — a voodoo doll, and a bust of Edgar Allan Poe. They joined a collection of two other Friday the 13th tattoos she had inked in previous years. “I planned this, I had to crave my need for a tattoo without breaking the bank,” Garrett said. “I guess I like that there’s just not that much thought to it, it’s always just grab and go.” Lorenzo Rodriguez and his girlfriend Brittany Rollo came in to get tattoos, but opted not to go for matching ink. Rodriguez was getting a potion bottle on his arm, while Rollo got a cloud with an eye in the middle and a lightning

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World’s first tattooed motorcycle for sale

Hello, This is Chris Bienkiewicz from Game Over Cycles (GOC) – a custom bike manufacturer from Poland. I would like to kindly inform you that our company has put up for sale GOC’s most famous custom machine – The Recidivist, which world’s first tattooed motorcycle. The price of the motorcycle is 1,000,000 USD. The sale offer can be found on ebay under the following link: GSM: +48 882 061 648 e-mail: Stanisław Myszkowski Game Over Cycles Ludwika Chmury 4 35-213 Rzeszów NIP: 793-144-48-72 REGON: 180689157 website: fanpage: The latest video presenting bike’s history, concept and all features is available here:  

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Tropical Tattoo Chopper Time

Old School Chopper Show On Thursday of Bike Week, in Daytona Beach, Florida the place to be is the Old School Bike Show at Tropical Tattoo on US 1 (Ormond). The show is scheduled from 11– 4 But it gets crowded way before as the event continues to grow every year because it is a combination of a bike show and party. Read the Photo Feature by Rogue by Clicking Here

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Sidecar Motorcycle with Tattoos

Sidecar Motorcycle with Tattoos Game Over Cycles presents a world first; premieres award winner at Sturgis 2017 by Ujjwal Dey Tattoo For Everyone and Everything The Recidivist has a tattoo and in America it has a sidecar with tattoos as well The motorcycle appeared in America with its new element, a fully tattooed sidecar. The Recidivist’s sidecar was created in 2017 and had its world premiere at the Sturgis 2017 rally at the Buffalo Chip. The sidecar is fully tattooed, both outside and inside. The Recidivist – a unique custom bike, which is characteristic of light colored leather – similar to the color of human skin – being engineered onto the bike and actually tattooed. During the 77th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, the biggest motorcycle rally in the world organized in the American city of Sturgis, The Reciivist – world’s first tattooed motorcycle built by Game Over Cycles company won 1st place in the “Most Unusual” class in the Rat’s Hole Custom Bike Show, the oldest and most prestigious custom bike show in the world. SEE THE PHOTO FEATURE HERE at

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