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Connecting Your Profession and Your Passion – Born To Ride Women’s World

Published on December 12, 2018 under Born To Ride Women's World
Connecting Your Profession and Your Passion – Born To Ride Women’s World
Kelly Vandever enjoyed riding on the back of her husband’s bike, but on a beautiful July day when she wanted to ride, her husband Rich, was out of town. That’s when she decided to learn to ride her own. Her first bike was a Honda Rebel she now rides a Harley-Davidson 883 Sportster Superlow. Since Rich likes to tinker with bikes, he made sure she had a comfortable seat and an easy clutch. Her first long trip with Rich and their friends Jim and Stephanie was quite an adventure! When they started out riding from Georgia to South Dakota, his…
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Reverend Jim Testifies! Masters Bike Builders Show

Published on December 12, 2018 under Feature
Reverend Jim Testifies! Masters Bike Builders Show
Wow, what an opportunity that we’ve been presented here with the Master Bike Builder’s contest in Gibsonton, January 2019. They already have an existing event there, it’s been going on 16 years and there’s no other rally like it. We’re going to have a bike builders challenge. It happens during the Gibtown Bike Fest, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. We’ve broken it out so it can be as fairly judged as it can because we want all the bike builders to compete on an equal plane. So we’re not just saying your bike’s gotta shine or you gotta have this or…
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The Course that can Save your Life

Published on December 12, 2018 under Feature
The Course that can Save your Life
ProRider Atlanta The Ultimate Rider Course It is widely understood and acknowledged that motorcycle police officers are among the best trained and most proficient riders on the planet, in any country. The extensive and strenuous street training they undergo challenges the limits of man and machine. Very few police officers undertake the vigorous course. Fewer still successfully complete it. Yet those who do possess a skill level in riding virtually unknown to the rest of the motorcycling world. Ken Anderson is one of those elite riders. With over 30 years experience as a motorcycle officer, including hundreds of hours of…
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Wreaths Across America

Published on December 11, 2018 under Front Page
Wreaths Across America
“We had the privilege of visiting Wreaths Across America’s National Headquarters in Columbia Falls, Maine. Although we have sponsored the wreath laying event in Bushnell for several years, touring their facility and forest gave us a true appreciation of the meaning “From Stem to Stone.” Morrill Worcester, his family and volunteers do such an incredible job teaching our youth the importance of honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice protecting our freedom. It was truly humbling to learn and understand their mission: Remember our fallen US Veterans, Honor those who serve, Teach your children the value of freedom! - FRAN…
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The Harley-Davidson Motor Co. Archive Collection

Published on August 9, 2018 under Blog
The Harley-Davidson Motor Co. Archive Collection
We have all heard the rags-to-riches history of one of the most revered motorcycle marques in the world, Harley-Davidson. We’ve heard the story of three Davidsons and a Harley starting the company in a backyard shed and building three vehicles back in 1903. Much of the early history of the company is the subject of conjecture and speculation, but some things we know for sure. In 1903, there were more than 150 domestic motorcycle manufacturers in the United States, 7 of which were located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the same city in which Harley and the Davidsons began building motorcycles. As…
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON ACCELERATES STRATEGY TO BUILD NEXT GENERATION OF RIDERS GLOBALLY

Published on August 9, 2018 under Born To Ride
HARLEY-DAVIDSON ACCELERATES STRATEGY TO  BUILD NEXT GENERATION OF RIDERS GLOBALLY
Harley-Davidson’s first Adventure Touring motorcycle, the Harley-Davidson™ Pan America™ 1250 is planned to launch in 2020 Harley-Davidson’s electric motorcycle, LiveWire™– is planned to launch in 2019 This 975cc Streetfighter model is part of Harley-Davidson’s new modular 500cc to 1250cc middleweight platform of motorcycles, which is planned to launch in 2020. Harley-Davidson’s all-new custom motorcycle with a muscular stance, aggressive, stripped down styling and 1250cc is planned to be released in 2021. A broader range of electric models that are light, nimble and ready to tackle the urban landscape. planned to be available by 2022 A broader range of electric models…
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Craven Moorehead-Born To Ride Column Writer

Published on August 9, 2018 under Born To Ride
Craven Moorehead-Born To Ride Column Writer
Hmm … Something Uplifting? From month to month, I never know what I am going to write about. So, on my occasional visits to the BTR office, I often ask our editor Jesse what he would like to see me write about. On my last visit, he commented that he would like to see me write something ‘uplifting.’ A short discussion ensued regarding hydraulics and other air-powered devices that lift up our automobiles, motorcycles and a myriad of other items that need to be elevated for service or maintenance. To make matters worse I continued on about other things like…
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Spyke & Mike-Summer Fun and Hot Talons

Published on August 9, 2018 under Born To Ride
Spyke & Mike-Summer Fun and Hot Talons
Summer Fun and Hot Talons Hey there, my BTR friends, it's hot enough out there in the sun to cook an egg on the sidewalk, let alone the talons underneath me. During the summer months, Mike doesn't let my feet hit the ground. In this kind of weather, I would be doing the burning parrot foot dance. And just like you humans, it would blister my little toes. Mike breaks in, “Yes Spyke, we are not riding much during the day because of the hair dryer winds, and in the evenings when we do ride we're running from the rain.…
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