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Build Moto sees a future for mechanics

Build Moto sees a future for mechanics And so does Harley-Davidson which is now a sponsor by Wayfarer Would you have liked to build a motorcycle when you were in highschool? A mentorship program based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is teaching teams of high school students how to work on motorcycles. Mentors from various companies are scheduled to donate time and effort to educate students about motorcycles, their maintenance, and custom building them. Milwaukee also has a history with international motorcycling community and hence some big brands are coming onboard. Build Moto program will get support from Harley-Davidson as a sponsor from 2025 donating motorcycles, parts, accessories, support, and manufacturing expertise to enable a generating of motorcycle mechanics and gearheads. Students will also learn fabrication, welding, machining, and of course the marketing and fundraising skills which is essential to the motorcycle industry. Small businesses, race teams, employment at a factory or dealership– it all will benefit from this knowledge and experience. While that’s the big picture–for the immediate short term effects, teams of students from schools will be invited to design and build flat track racing motorcycles that meet American Motorcyclist Association specifications. Social media will document and promote the progress till the final winner is awarded their prize. The global village, the internet and the community is definitely the need for the art and craft of motorcycling to survive and prosper. It is the connection between the rider and his community that spurred the Golden Era for motorcycling and this highly skilled, highly evolved industry can do this again by involving the community. As Build Moto says on its website– “Build a motorcycle, Build a future”. Certainly agree to that! Consider Visiting https://buildmoto.com/ About Build Moto BUILD is a non-profit organization building trade & life skills through motorcycle fabrication. We […]

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Women and Growth in Gun Ownership & Firearms Industry

Contributions American women make to the firearm and ammunition industry – past, present and future by Larry Keane from www.TheTruthAboutGuns.com March is Women’s History Month and there’s no better opportunity to celebrate the contributions American women make to the firearm and ammunition industry – past, present and future. Women have accounted for 40 percent of firearm sales over the past two years. Click Here to read this Feature Article on Bikernet.com Check Out our “Celebrate Women” section – Click Here

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CBD, 2,000 Mile Run to Daytona Bikeweek 2022 and Back

Snow, Ice, Waffle House Run, and plenty more adventures by Prince Najar Twice a year I make a run to Daytona and Sturgis to co-produce the Flying Piston Benefit Builders Breakfast with Marilyn Stemp, Managing Editor of Iron Trader News. My first big decision concerning the trip was Sporty or DYNA? Packing for Daytona – After each run of over 700 miles, I made a list of needed shit and how my equipment performed. Click Here to Read this Photo Feature Adventure to Daytona Subscribe to the Cantina for 25 years of Riding Fast & Free

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Kirk Taylor’s 2018 Strider Custom is back

by Marilyn Stemp Kirk Taylor’s L’il Cha Cha was among the very first class of Tiny Strider Customs, a program of the Flying Piston Benefit that supports All Kids Bike – an organization that’s on a mission to teach every kid how to ride a bike as part of kindergarten PE class. Custom creations are unveiled at the Flying Piston breakfast in August at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip then auctioned at the Mecum motorcycle event in Las Vegas the following January. Proceeds fund bike-riding programs for elementary schools. Click Here to Read this Photo Feature Article on Bikernet.com Join the Cantina for more – Subscribe Today. https://www.bikernet.com/pages/custom/subscription.aspx

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