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The Gulf Coast Ladies Motorcycle Rally: Fun in the Sun in Panama City Beach, Florida

Published on April 13, 2017 under Born To Ride
The Gulf Coast Ladies Motorcycle Rally: Fun in the Sun in Panama City Beach, Florida
The Gulf Coast Ladies Motorcycle Rally: Fun in the Sun in Panama City Beach, Florida By Marta Rose-Thorpe, Marketing & Events, Harley-Davidson of Panama City Beach The 2017 Gulf Coast Ladies Motorcycle Rally was pure fun-in-the-sun during April Fool’s Weekend in Panama City Beach, Florida. Attendees rode into “The World’s Most Beautiful Beaches” south from Atlanta and came up north from Ft. Myers… and Florida cities in between. Hosted by Harley-Davidson of Panama City Beach, the Thunder Angels and volunteers, this event kicked off springtime with beautiful weather, live music, great vendors and a clan of happy women doing what…
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PRORIDER ATLANTA MOTORCYCLE RIDING SCHOOL

Published on March 13, 2017 under Blog
PRORIDER ATLANTA MOTORCYCLE RIDING SCHOOL
PRORIDER ATLANTA MOTORCYCLE RIDING SCHOOL Enhanced Motorcycle Riding Course to improve skills and avoid crashes Atlanta, GA March 13, 2017– ProRider of Atlanta is pleased to announce their new website www.ProRiderAtlanta.com that provides information on their advanced motorcycle skills course. This website describes the 8-hour challenging advanced motorcycle riding course that is a combination of control, defensive and precision riding that will allow riders to learn how to better handle their personal motorcycle on the road and at slow speeds. Instructor Ken Anderson has been in law enforcement for over 30 years and has extensive experience and service in the…
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The Love-Jugs Madison, Wisconsin Police Story

Published on January 12, 2017 under Born To Ride
The Love-Jugs Madison, Wisconsin Police Story
Madison, Wisconsin Police Story It was the spring of 2014. A regular customer who worked as a police officer came into my shop complaining bitterly about the excessive heat that his 2013 Police motorcycle was generating. Although all V-twin engines run hot, especially when riding at slow speeds, a police motorcycle is a serial offender because of all the slow riding officers must do. I had heard this type of complaint many times before, but I had never heard of a good solution to the problem. I thought of several partial solutions such as an oil cooler or the costly…
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