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Polk County Back Roads to Roscoe’s & More – Finz Finds Rides

Published on March 26, 2020 under Born To Ride
Polk County Back Roads to Roscoe’s & More – Finz Finds Rides
Here is a nice self-guided back road ride through Polk County, starting in Fort Meade and stopping at Roscoe’s Ole Time Drag Races and Swap Meet, then heading over to Fun Bike Center Motorsports and MoJo’s restaurant in Lakeland. Heading out of Fort Meade, you will take what are known as the mining roads up to Bartow. Agricola Road and Noralyn Mine Road are old Florida mining roads that are still used by the phosphate mining companies today. These roads have nice sweepers and are seldom visited by cars. I am always trying to let you know of roads less…
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Cuban Harleys, Mi Amor 

Published on March 26, 2020 under Blog
Cuban Harleys, Mi Amor 
Cuban Harleys, Mi Amor  Backroad Diaries Cuba from the perspective of a small, unique subculture; 50 portraits of people who have resistedand have kept their Harley-Davidson motorcycles neat and tidy. In 1967, the Government ordered all Police-Harleys be buried in a hole in a prison in Santiago de Cuba for ideological reasons. Then, in the 70s and 80s, spare parts were nowhere to be found, so Cuban Harlistas cannibalized parts from Russian cars and adapted them according to their needs – pistons from Ladas and valves from Kamas, while exhaust pipes were made from old transformers. A Harley was only…
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON ANNOUNCES NEW SCREAMIN’ EAGLE® 128/131 STAGE IV KITS FOR MY17 + TOURING MODELS

Published on March 26, 2020 under Front Page
HARLEY-DAVIDSON ANNOUNCES NEW SCREAMIN’ EAGLE® 128/131 STAGE IV KITS FOR MY17 + TOURING MODELS
“Go Big or Go Home” With New Screamin’ Eagle® Harley-Davidson® Performance Parts MILWAUKEE (March 25, 2020) – The all-new Harley-Davidson® Screamin’ Eagle® products for your ride are here to keep the thrills rolling mile after mile. High-flow exhaust kits, performance cams, ultra-powerful Screamin’ Eagle engines and a comprehensive line of upgrades get you to peak exhilaration quickly and smoothly with the power to handle whatever comes. Conquer the road ahead with H-D® parts and accessories. SCREAMIN' EAGLE® MILWAUKEE-EIGHT® ENGINE STAGE IV KIT 114CI OR 117CI TO 131CI Go big or go home. With the largest displacement of any Harley-Davidson® Stage…
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Rob Fisher’s Custom Vaquero – Video Archive

Published on March 26, 2020 under Born To Ride
Rob Fisher’s Custom Vaquero – Video Archive
Rob Fisher of Roaring Toyz gives Born To Ride a look at his Custom Kawasaki 2011 Vulcan Vaquero 1700 ►Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/BTRBornToRide/?sub_confirmation=1 ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BornToRideTVMagazine/ ►Website: https://www.borntoride.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9oOMSXc_Dk
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Highrise Harley – Women’s World

Published on March 23, 2020 under Blog
Highrise Harley – Women’s World
By Myra McElhaney Highrise Harley After spending most of my life on the back of someone else’s bike; I got my license and bought a bike at the ripe old age of 59. When my husband died, I missed him, and I missed riding with him. One of those things I could change! Learning to ride had to be easier than finding another good husband with a bike! At first, I just wanted to learn to ride. I didn’t know if I’d ever get a bike of my own. I just couldn’t see how it would fit into my lifestyle.…
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