Too Old To Race Antique Harley Motorcycle?

So, I ask you how old is too old to race in a vintage motorcycle event? A few weeks ago I was looking at my plans and realized I would be able to attend the annual Mountainfest event held in Morgantown, WV the end of July. I have been invited a number of times and have heard it is an outstanding event with something pretty much for everyone into motorcycles – new and old.

Harley Garage Time & Daytona Harley Baggers Party

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Motorcycle Bagger Harley magazine Launch Party and Bike Show
March is right around the corner, and that means the annual Daytona Beach Bike Week party is almost here. This event is fun every year, but we want this one to be something special. In conjunction with celebrating our 22nd birthday here at American Iron Magazine, we’re expanding our most popular special issue magazine ever — American Iron Motorcycle Bagger — to a bimonthly publication in March.

American Iron Magazine Product Showcase – Cycle Sounds

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Murdoc grabbed some product information at the V-Twin Expo 2011 from Cycle Sounds. You can see all of our daily updates, videos, news, and reviews on http://www.aimag.com. You can also visit our other publications – motorcyclebagger.com, roadbikemag.com, caimag.com Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share on Linkedin […]

Buzz’s Freezing Classic Motorcycle Ride Video

After not riding or even starting a motorcycle in over a month I finally got my driveway free of ice and snow and pushed my 1931 Indian 101 Scout motorcycle out of the garage into the 18 degree temperature Sunday morning. My pal Charlie was due at my house on one of his motorcycles for us to do a freezing Sunday morning breakfast ride.

Video Harley Magazine Publisher Buzz Kanter’s Weekend

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Here is our fearless leader, and Harley magazine publisher – Buzz Kanter (who if you didn’t know has more passion for vintage motorcycles than almost any body you’ll ever meet) starting his 1931 Indian 101 Scout. February in Connecticut isn’t exactly ideal riding weather – it was 18 degrees.