Friday Motorcycle Chain Links – The Holiday Edition of the The Best Motorcycle Stories From the Internets
|It’s Friday once again, and perhaps this one is more special than most.We’re preparing for an epic Happy Hour tonight when old friends unite.|
I did find the time to put together a page of our favorite stuff from the Motorcycling Internet.
You’re in good hands with this bunch of motorcycle fanatics and here are some links to our favorite stuff from their sites.
Enjoy…and give them some link love.
Here’s another custom build that has been flying under the radar, Raven MotoCycles and yes, this one is on eBay, or rather, the opportunity to own the first production model from the company. The specific bike you see here is the very first prototype of a brand new special, powered, in this case, by a Moto Guzzi 750cc engine from a 1971 Ambassador…
By most accounts, owning a vintage Norton Commando can be a quixotic experience. For many, it’s the romantic ideal of a classic motorcycle—but you’re likely to need good spanner skills to keep the bike going. The alternative is to locate a Commando that has been subtly upgraded as well as restored, by someone such as Matt Rambow of Colorado Norton Works…
Read more: http://www.bikeexif.com…
If you want to ride a brand new stock Harley under $10,000 the lower-priced Sportsters are an option. But if you want a used Custom Harley for almost the same budget, the one featured here is a good representation of what you could build for yourself. Michael Kamalian from Revolution Manufacturing wanted to show what could be done with some trading and ingenuity for a total of $9890.62 in purchase receipts…
MOTORCYCLES will be given permanent access to London’s bus lanes from the 23rd January 2012 following the completion of two successful trials.
The decision to allow motorcycles to ride in bus lanes follows two 18 month trials over the last three years and the permanent access will be introduced to the majority of the capital’s red routes.
Candidates to the US Presidential elections can’t escape it! They need to be seen on a motorcycle, even if it’s just posing on one. Has sitting on motorcycles become the 21st century kissing-a-baby
Tips for buying your motorcycle insurance, coverage you need:
- Collision to pay for damage caused to your vehicle in an accident with another vehicle or any stationary object.
- Comprehensive to cover such things as fire, hail, wind, vandalism, hitting an animal, etc.
- Towing / Pickup
- Medical payment or personal injury protection to cover the medical bills resulting from an accident.
- Uninsured or underinsured motorist to protect us when the other driver is at-fault and does not have coverage or assets out of which your bills can be paid.