On my way down to Florida to go to Biketoberfest (OK...and Disney with our daughter too), we read this very interesting feature in the in-flight magazine on Southwest. Have a look!
The most futuristic-looking car yet comes to California this winter, and it’s not even a car. The Aptera Typ-1 gets classified as a motorcycle because of its three-wheel setup, but the vehicle brings more savings at the… Continue
Added by Tom Curran on October 24, 2008 at 7:51am —
The Swift bike is set apart from other bikes. It is built with a beefy two-inch frame. It is not only different in comparison to other bikes with regards to strength and quality, but has a look which has often been described as that of a monster.
The Swift motorcycle is the outcome of a think-tank rich with experience, expertise, skills and passion. Its beefy two-inch frame provides strength to the design. Though the tough look is its hallmark, like every motorcycle, the Swift too,… Continue
Added by Swift Motorcycle Company on October 22, 2008 at 9:00am —
Arnott Incorporated was established in 1989 in south Florida by father-and-son team Donald and Adam Arnott. The two initially specialized in the repair of 1984-87 Lincoln Continental and Mark VII air ride systems. The grassroots success of father and son was soon echoed throughout the state of Florida. Soon, it was necessary to become accessible to the entire state in a central location. Accordingly, ARNOTT® was relocated to Orlando, Florida in 1994 because of the city's geographic locale and… Continue
Added by Arnott Air Ride Systems on October 20, 2008 at 10:59am —
Become part of our "Chopper College Family"
Network with industry-leading pros, purchase parts at reduced prices & job placement is also available.
Certification Degrees are available at all Boot Camps.
What exactly is Chopper College Boot Camp all about?
Chopper Boot Camp is your chance to improve your skills, no matter what level your current bike-building expertise. Learn how to build a chopper from the ground… Continue
Added by Chopper College on October 20, 2008 at 8:17am —
We are constantly updating our Q&A page. Visit often.
If you would like a Answer to your Question, please Email us.
Do I need any mechanical skills?
No. Students do not have to be mechanically inclined to take part in the Chopper College Boot Camp. Instead, all that's needed is your desire and time to attend. The Chopper College instructors do the rest.
Is this a basic "seminar" ?
NO. Chopper College Boot Camp is a… Continue
Added by Chopper College on October 20, 2008 at 8:00am —
General Manager -- Duane Doxey
Chefs -- Administrative Chef, Fred Welge; Consulting Chef, Peter Dunlop.
Dress Code -- Lunch, Beach Attire permitted, must have shoes, but no wet clothing. Dinner, Summer Casual - No t-shirts, tank tops or beach attire is permitted during dinner.
Parking -- Self parking in our lot.
Cuisine -- Creative American with an emphasis on aged steaks, fresh seafood and lobsters.
Price Range -- Entrees from $25 - $39,… Continue
Added by Dockers Waterside Restaurant on October 9, 2008 at 1:48pm —
What could be better than incorporating the ambiance and atmosphere of your favorite restaurant in your next catering event? At Dockers Waterside we have the ability to cater an endless variety of receptions and parties. From wedding rehearsals, corporate events, cocktail parties or simply a relaxing family night out for a great meal, Dockers has it all. Our exceptional head chef and experienced staff can make your event a memorable one from start to… Continue
Added by Dockers Waterside Restaurant on October 9, 2008 at 1:46pm —
From LIE 495 East
495 to exit 70 Manorville, right turn off exit follow to barricade, left turn on 27 east, follow to exit 63 south - Westhampton Beach, exit right - you are on County Road 87 south, follow to 2nd traffic light (Montauk Highway) and make a left heading east until you get into the village of Quogue. At Otis Ford (Jessup Avenue) make a right turn heading south. At the end make a left onto Quogue Street heading east. Go 1/2 mile to Post Lane (Signs says… Continue
Added by Dockers Waterside Restaurant on October 9, 2008 at 1:30pm —
Engineering and Competition Highlights
Prototype and two production units successfully designed, built and tested.
First Indian motorcycles, featuring innovative belt-drives and streamlined styling, sold to public.
Indian co-founder and chief engineer Oscar Hedstrom sets world motorcycle speed record (56mph).
Crimson Steed of… Continue
Added by Indian Motorcycle on October 6, 2008 at 9:27am —
Onward Indian Warriors: The Roaring '20s & Beyond
Of all the inspired "wrenches" who picked up Indian's engineering reins after Oscar Hedstrom's departure, the two most remarkable were Hedstrom's long-time assistant Charles Gustafson and Charles B. Franklin, an Irish immigrant who had ridden for the "Indian Rules" team that swept the Isle of Man TT in 1911.
Under their leadership, Indian celebrated the War's winding down by firing… Continue
Added by Indian Motorcycle on October 6, 2008 at 9:25am —
* Chromed tear drop Halogen Headlamp
* Auxilliary driving lamps
* Die cast console - color matched
* Black and polished engine with chrome covers
* Chromed spoke wheels
* Available billet wheels
* Two into one stainless steel exhaust system with three way catalytic converter installed and chromed shields
* Available long skirt… Continue
Added by Indian Motorcycle on October 6, 2008 at 9:00am —
The Iron Indian Riders Association is a Family Oriented Motorcycle Riding Association that uses the Internet as one of its tools to communicate. The focus is on the Enjoyment and Fellowship of Riding Motorcycles while doing so safely. The Iron Indian Riders Association is not an Internet association for Motorcycle Enthusiasts but a Riders Association for people who love to ride.
Requirements, Guidelines and Benefits for an IIRA… Continue
Added by Iron Indian Riders Association on October 5, 2008 at 8:50pm —
Iron Indian Riders Association., herein after referred to as IIRA, operates with the sole purpose of promoting good, clean, and safe riding activities. Each member participates in activities solely by choice and participation itself relinquishes any responsibility of the IIRA as an organization for any and all liabilities resulting in participation in any association related event or activity. All activities and events must comply with any and all state or local laws and ordinances. Any… Continue
Added by Iron Indian Riders Association on October 5, 2008 at 8:47pm —
Published by Cyril Huze October 3rd, 2008 in Builders, Customs and Editorial.
Like burgers and ketchup Bikes and Diners mix very well with each other. This motorcycle was created by Garrison as a theme bike for a television show called “DINERS” which will air Sunday, October 5th at 6pm on Connecticut Public Television (CPTV). “DINERS” captures the joy of being on a motorcycle and finding those out-of-the-way classic eateries that invite… Continue
Added by Cyril Huze on October 5, 2008 at 10:21am —
Published by Cyril Huze October 3rd, 2008 in Customs, Editorial and Engines.
This piece of Italian Jewelry will hide your carburetor and possibly this Diamond air cleaner may work as a chicks magnet. Machined from billet aluminum, the front cover is bolted through from the rear for a very clean look. The inside cover features an air directional cone that provide great airflow. Size is 7” X 5,5”, available in smooth and ribbed, in… Continue
Added by Cyril Huze on October 5, 2008 at 10:18am —
Published by Cyril Huze October 3rd, 2008 in Accessories and Editorial.
Ami James from hit TV series “Miami Ink” just teamed up with jeweler Larry Weymouth, a.k.a. Benj, to produce a line of bike jewelry featuring details taken from Ami’s original logo design. Ami’s tattoo and creative designs are now available on belt buckles, necklaces, bracelets and lots of other great looking Jewelry. Ami and Benj… Continue
Added by Cyril Huze on October 5, 2008 at 10:14am —
Published by Cyril Huze October 3rd, 2008 in Editorial and Engines.
Brett Smith who was President of S&S Cycle during the last 6 ½ years just resigned as S&S President and will leave the company on December 1, 2008. Brett is the son of George Smith and grandson of S&S founders George and Marge Smith. “It has been an honor serving as a steward to our family business the past 6 ½ years,” said… Continue
Added by Cyril Huze on October 5, 2008 at 10:00am —
Published by Cyril Huze March 28th, 2007 in Builders and Editorial.
If you are like me, you will never design a motorcycle without immersing yourself in the “atmosphere” of the style of bike you are thinking of. It is especially true if you intend to build, rebuild or restore a vintage bike. Journalist Charlie Lecach from Freeway Magazine pointed out to me an excellent website called… Continue
Added by Cyril Huze on October 5, 2008 at 9:55am —
September 8, 2008, New York, NY- The Committee for the Autoseum's premier event, which received stunning publicity from the major network affiliates at NBC, CBS and FOX (see www.Autoseum.org for video) in New York, has announced plans to take their not-for-profit organization to museums and other facilities where it will continue showcasing the most famous cars ever created.
The Autoseum's goal is the preservation of the world's… Continue
Added by Autoseum on October 3, 2008 at 5:50pm —
C O M M I T T E E F O R T H E A U T O S E U M
Gotham City's Museum Collection of the
MOST FAMOUS CARS IN THE WORLD
Thank you all, especially, car enthusiasts and members of the media for your help and support. The first event to establish the Committee for the Autoseum was amazingly successful. Twenty-two thousand people saw the east coast's largest display ever of famous movie, TV… Continue
Added by Autoseum on October 3, 2008 at 5:48pm —