Give people the best of what is within you and help others to awaken to their best self so that they too can live a life of abundance. By Bandit, Wayfarer, Barry Green, J.J. Solari, Laura, Joe Smith, Bob T., Sam Burns, The Redhead, Rogue, El Waggs and the rest of the gang Hey, Another fascinating week in paradise. Folks write and text me about the weather in South Dakota constantly. It’s amazing, challenging and never dull. I tell friends from California, “It’s not cold unless you go outside naked, goddammit.” Have a terrific Christmas. Ride fast and free forever, –Bandit CLICK HERE To Read the Weekly News on Bikernet.com Get the Inside Scoop and Exclusive Coverage in the Cantina – CLICK HERE to Subscribe Today
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Hey, Did you know motorcycle sales are up 13.7 percent above last year’s numbers. It’s amazing what’s happening in this world. Most of the motorcycle companies I know of are doing very well. What could it be? Folks are locked down. Fossil fuels and internal combustion vehicles are under attack. Let’s hit the news. — Bandit CLICK HERE To Read the Weekly News only on Bikernet.com Join the Cantina – Support Freedom & Good Times !!! https://www.bikernet.com/pages/custom/subscription.aspx
NEVER A DULL MOMENT— Everyday is full of excitement around the Bikernet Intergalactic Headquarters. –Bandit With News from: The NMA, Dealerworld, Dealernews, Lowbrow Manuals, Mama Tried, Harley-Davidson Museum, Triumph Motorcycles, Norton Motorcycles, Tucker and Kuryakyn, Pillar Peak, Deadwood, Sturgis, Watts Up With That, Zero mandates, and Santa of course. CLICK HERE To Read the Weekly News on Bikernet.com SIGN-UP FOR OUR EMAIL BLAST — Do the girls of Bikernet a big favor for the holidays. CLICK HERE to Join up to receive Bikernet’s weekly email blasts. It’s easy, no bullshit, relevant and informative for all things motorcycle. No spam, ever.
Riding Free for 25 Years Hey, Happy Thanksgiving from the Bikernet and 5-Ball crew. We want you to know how much we appreciate your support over the years. We all have so much to be thankful for this Holiday season. We have been lucky Mofo’s forever. Hell, young builders don’t even know how lucky they are to be able to score parts at a swap meet and go to work building a bike, unhampered by a myriad of government agencies. Ask some brothers in Europe, where every product must be approved by maybe not one, but a group of government agencies. There are so many folks and aspects of American life to be thankful for. We are living in the best of times. Have a terrific day, and take a moment to reflect on how good we have it in America, because it is the land of the free and the home of the brave. Ride fast and free, forever! –Bandit CLICK HERE To Read the Weekly News on Bikernet.com Join the Cantina for more – Subscribe Today !!! https://www.bikernet.com/pages/custom/subscription.aspx
We’re Getting Ready to Give Major Thanks Life is nuts and then we die. I find it so fascinating. We’ve got great stories headed your way from ex-outlaws, stolen bikes and I’m about to start to launch chapters of the third Chance Hogan novel, exclusively in Bandit’s Cantina. In addition we will post another Bob T story from the ‘70s with plenty of Girls of Bikernet from Barry Green. Hang On. Have a terrific weekend and give lots of thanks and study gratitude, it helps. And always ride fast and free! –Bandit CLICK HERE To Read the Weekly News on Bikernet.com Join the Cantina for more – Subscribe & Support Riding Free !!! https://www.bikernet.com/pages/custom/subscription.aspx
It’s Crazy It’s Wonderful The world is nuts. Did you see that Germany won’t sign the declaration to eliminate internal combustion vehicles? Yet, none of our internal combustion organizations or publications in the United States, like the AMA, Rider Magazine, SEMA, MRF, Dice Magazine, NCOM, Easyriders, NHRA, Auto Club, MIC or the NMA will even question the elimination. If they don’t motorcycles will be toast in a decade. I don’t think our Veterans fought for this. They fought for open debate. They fought for men and women to be able to stand up and question the government. Ride Fast and Free Forever and never give up. I’ll leave it at that. Let’s hit the news: –Bandit CLICK HERE To Read the Weekly News only on Bikernet.com Join the Cantina for more – Subscribe and Support Riding Free !!! https://www.bikernet.com/pages/custom/subscription.aspx
It’s all Wild and Free It’s another magnificent day here in Deadwood, South Dakota. The deer are cleaning the fields, the sky is amazing blue and clear and if you step into the sun, you would think it was summer again. We started to take hikes. It’s all good. In the meantime, Ride Fast and Free Forever. — Bandit CLICK HERE To Read the Weekly News only on Bikernet.com Join the Cantina for more – Subscribe Today. https://www.bikernet.com/pages/custom/subscription.aspx
The Brothers and Girls Ride Out for a High-Stakes Poker Game By Gearhead with help from Bandit The story starts with Bandit telling me about a big card game in the Badlands of South Dakota. We were drinking one night down the street from the Cantina getting about half lit. He drank Jack on the rocks, and I was drinking Beam. The only thing left was to break open a bottle of Old Grand Dad and we would have a song. He mentioned making a run to Deadwood for this big poker tournament. It was by invite only and he had one. I asked him about the tournament, while the music on the jukebox in the background was, “I drink alone,” by Lonesome George. He told me you need references and a wad of cash that could choke an elephant –a big fuckin’ bank roll. Two things my Uncle Geno told me was: family first and never cross a 1%er. I would back Bandit. Chcek out the Two-Wheeled Tales and Motorcycle Mystique at Bikernet.com Click Here to Read Gearhead’s Adventure in Deadwood. Join the Cantina for more – including entire Novels. Subscribe Today ! https://www.bikernet.com/pages/custom/subscription.aspx
by Kirsten McStay from https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk Outlander ‘s Sam Heughan posted a picture of himself posing on a Harley Davidson as he holidayed in LA. The 41-year-old actor has been enjoying some down time since Outlander wrapped back in June. He recently travelled to Mexico and before heading into the US where today he posted a picture of himself riding around LA on a plush Harley Davidson bike. He wrote on Instagram: “Been cruising in the California sunshine! Thank you @harleydavidson for the loan of these sweet wheels. Nothing beats driving on these awesome bikes, to some good music and an epic landscape! @harleydavidson_uk @westcoastharley #harleydavidson #motorcycle #motorbike #ad.” Back in July, Sam posted a similar Harley picture but instead of LA, with the stunning backdrop of the Scottish Highlands. The picture was for a new campaign for his Sassenach whisky brand. Sam donned a leather jacket as he perched on the Harley – with the number plate ‘WH15KEE’, and over looked a stunning view of hills. In August last year, the actor passed his motorbike driving test in Rutherglen after taking a lessons for over a year. He has since been out and about in Glasgow on his bike and now he posted the new snap in the Highlands while visiting for a work shoot. Outlander is a historical drama television series based on the ongoing novel series of the same name by Diana Gabaldon. Developed by Ronald D. Moore (the Battlestar Galactica developer), the show premiered on August 9, 2014, on Starz. The series has been renewed for an 8-episode sixth season and a 16-episode seventh season. Outlander series of historical fantasy novels is written by American author Diana Gabaldon. Gabaldon began the first volume of the series, Outlander, in the late 1980s, and it was published in 1991.