Buzz made it to Milwaukee on day 3, but not without a few issues. Cannonball Day 3 Recap With about 3,000 miles ahead of him, repairs and fine tuning were done late into the evening. Hopefully, with a little good luck and support from fellow cannonballers, the ol’ Harley’s dialed in, all gremlins shaken free […]
What’s that? You wanna know what its like to ride Buzz’s 1929 Harley JDH Cannonball bike? No problem. Enjoy this video shot from the riders point of view. As you’ll see and hear, the Bike’s running strong, shifting smoothly and looking good. This years Motorcycle Cannonball is just over a week away, looks as though […]
A lot of my riding time these days is focused on prepping and getting real-world shakedown miles on my rebuilt 1929 Harley-Davidson JDH before the 3,800-mile coast-to-coast Motorcycle Cannonball in September. But I keep reminding myself what Dale Walksler of Wheels Through Time advised me, “Get the bike running right and then leave it alone. […]
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A lot of Harley magazine sales come from book stores, especially for the smaller circulation motorcycle magazines. After weeks of rumors about the financial condition of Borders Bookstores, we heard today that Borders (and Waldenbooks, which it owns) has filed for bankruptcy.
We are throwing a launch party and Harley bagger show at the Broken Spoke Saloon in Ormond Beach, FL on Friday, March 11 starting around 1 pm. This is during the Daytona Beach Bike Week festivities. Part of the reason for this Harley bagger show and party is to celebrate the launch of Motorcycle Bagger […]
Sitting at a recent business lunch, one of the men leaned over and confided that, after a couple of decades of not riding, he rented a Harley Road King for a few days. Admitting, that at “close to sixty years old,” those few days on a Harley reminded him of his long ignored passion for motorcycling. He sold his motorcycle decades ago to start a family, then he dealt with increasing job responsibilities, perhaps a cash crunch, then concerns about his young sons wanting to ride, too. This was hardly the first time I’d heard variations on this story.