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A celebration of all things motorcycle-related took place at the Los Angeles Motorcycle Film Festival on October 7.
The second installment of Harley-Davidson’s “United By Independents” ad campaign for Dark Custom bikes premiered on September 11.
Motorsports fans may have heard about this year’s exciting Springfield Mile event, which took place over Memorial Day Weekend.
AMA Pro Flat Track has announced a new partnership with Lucas Oil and MAVTV for sponsorship and TV broadcasting rights, respectively, for the upcoming 2012 season.
Sons of Anarchy, an FX TV drama that follows the lives of outlaw bikers from the little town of Charming, California, has been a big hit since it first aired back in the fall of 2008. Fans of the show will soon get a chance to meet two of the actors that bring the story [...]
Every year, charity motorcycle rides are held across the country, and the Ithaca Journal recently reported that hundreds of bikers are gearing up for a summertime event in New York. This June, bikers will embark on a 240-mile trip around the state after taking part in a fun send-off event in Big Flats, New York. [...]
The Arizona Bike Week is in full swing in Scottsdale, and many riders and motorcycle enthusiasts turned out for the event opening. Poison singer and VH1 reality TV star Bret Michaels gave a concert in the parking lot of the Harley-Davidson of Scottsdale last Sunday, according to The Arizona Republic. The star performed many songs [...]
TV’s American Chopper custom bike building team recently designed a cruising motorcycle to benefit the March of Dimes on their latest show “American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior.” The Huffington Post reports the bike’s soft purple hues reflect the nonprofit organization’s color scheme and give the motorcycle a gentle appeal. The bike’s overall design is a [...]
The famous 1949 Triumph TR-5 Scrambler that was ridden by Arthur “The Fonz” Fonzarelli in the TV show “Happy Days” is going up for auction, and the sellers are expecting to get somewhere between $60,000 and $80,000 for the vehicle, according to The New York Times. That’s despite the fact that the motorcycle hasn’t actually [...]