Russ Brown Recaps the Born Free 10 Motorcycle Show

Staci Wilt over at Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys’ blog has the full rundown from this year’s Born Free Show, the 10th year of its super-fun existence. Check out her full collection of photos plus the recap of the show. Hopefully you were able to make it out this year, but if not, mark your calendars […]

Harley-Davidson Expects Mounting Financial Pressure from European Tariffs

Harley-Davidson announced today that retaliatory tariffs on US-manufactured goods imposed by the European Union will greatly affect its financial outlook and planning going forward. The tariffs are set to become effective on June 22. According to Harley’s 8K Financial Disclosure (available here) H-D motorcycles exported from the US to the EU will face an tariff […]

AMA Pro Racing Issues Statement About Comments Made During OKC Mile

AMA Pro Racing would like to apologize to competitors, sponsors and fans for the conduct of race officials in a video that was streamed online from race control at the OKC Mile. The video included a race official using foul language and making disparaging remarks which are not representative of the organization. “This behavior is […]

Indian Motorcycle Announces Sponsorship of Fourth Annual Veterans Charity Ride

Indian Motorcycle, America’s First Motorcycle Company, today announced its support and sponsorship of the fourth annual Veterans Charity Ride to Sturgis. The veteran operated non-profit organization uses “motorcycle therapy” to help fellow veterans adjust to post-war life. Many of the veterans joining the Veterans Charity Ride for the first time are amputees, paraplegics, or suffer […]

Russ Brown Blog: Jared Mees Continues Winning Streak

Johnny Kilmore has the full wrap up on the Sacramento Mile over at the Russ Brown Blog. He recaps the professional races, yes, but also delves into the history of the Sacramento Mile and dishes on the invitational races that included pre-war handshifters and post-war Harleys. Here’s an excerpt on Mees’ utter dominance on the […]

Red Shovel Holds Strong Sentiment

Long Island rider and builder Woody Pierre likes his custom Harley-Davidsons stripped down to the essentials. With a background in sport bikes, drag racing, and road racing, his focus when putting together a machine for the street is to keep it as light as possible with only the bare necessities required to make it go. […]

Duty Motorcycles Throughout History

Harleys patrol and defend at home and abroad By “Panhead Jim” Mahaney Photos by “Panhead Jim” Mahaney & Harley-Davidson This full feature appeared in 2016’s American Iron Salute, which is on sale here. Throughout its history, Harley-Davidson has played a major role in helping to protect the lives of Americans. Whether on US streets or on the […]

She Can Do It!

A Mother’s Legacy Shines Brightly by Stephen Long Photos by Rich Pitoniak This feature appeared in 2016’s American Iron Salute, which is available here. OK, so J. Howard Miller’s “We Can Do It!” poster of Rosie the Riveter might have had more to do with feminine participation in industrial war efforts, but the battlefield nurses stationed […]

Check Out This Street-Legal Harley XR750

We love this one! Buzz just wrapped up a weekend down at Riding Into History in Florida. And he spotted some killer rides while he was down there. Here’s a video of a street-legal XR750 racer, in which Buzz walks you around the bike while the owner gleefully twists the throttle. Blog this! Bookmark on […]

Sam’s Led Sled Custom Harley Sportster

If you think this little golden beast is absolutely stunning, you should have seen it before. Way before. “Yeah,” notes Pat Patterson, the guru behind Dayton, Ohio’s Led Sled Customs. “Most people bring us new or almost new bikes. In terms of how they usually look when they’re brought to us, yours was kind of […]