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Man Risks His Life To Save Bike Containing His Brothers’s Ashes

Billy Fountain stands next to his late brother's 1992 Harley Davidson Fat Boy motorcycle, which contains some of the ashes of the late Harold "Jugsy" Fountain, a Vietnam veteran who died while riding the bike in Florida in 2004. In back is the garage-barn where the bike had been kept. The garage was destroyed in a Wednesday morning fire, but the bike was unscathed.
Conor Berry, The Republican

Monson MA  March 20, 2013:  (excerpted from The Republican)    Billy Fountain told the local newspaper there was no way he was letting his brother’s 1992 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy burn up in the fire that broke out near the barn… Continue Reading

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Multi-Talented Soccer Star Show Texting and Riding Skill

Beckham is "bending" the rules.. 
Image: Splash

Who needs two hands on the handlebars?  Certainly not David Beckham, who was photographed by Hollywood paparazzi on his custom motorcycle recently in Mailbu California checking his cell phone in traffic. The 37 year old dad, who’s wife, Victoria, gave birth… Continue Reading

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One Size Does NOT Fit All!

Thank you to Marcus for writing this great article that was in our very first issue of American Woman Riders. It was time to share it again. Lots of great information in it.   There are a lot of motorcycles out… Continue Reading

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Polaris Recalls Steering Component

110510031841Victory Cross Country 2011 Manual Pearl White Silver

Vehicle Make / Model: Victory / Cross Country                                                                … Continue Reading

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New Handle Bars From H-D Gives Riders Cool New View

The new Bat Wing Ape Handlebar (P/N 57474-11 Chrome, P/N 57485-11 Satin Black; $179.95) from Harley-Davidson® Genuine Motor Accessories are shaped to place the rider’s hands just above the top of the classic Harley® Bat Wing touring fairing. These 12-inch-high… Continue Reading

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Can’t Get in the Wind? Fire up the Wii Instead

Patent drawing show what the new Wii game might look like

We all know there are times when you just can’t get away and ride. Too much work, or the bike is in the shop or, heaven forbid, it’s too cold or too hot for comfort. Soon you techie types might… Continue Reading