Tag Archives: Harley Davidson

The Harley Davidson Museum: The History of Milwaukee Muscle

I realized that I was going to miss the International Motorcycle Show in Cleveland while I was on vacation with family in Florida a few weeks back. After talking things over with the “boss” I decided to make the trip … Continue reading

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What’s in your Dream Garage?

It goes without saying, I would first need a garage, let alone a dream garage. That being said, most motorcyclists have some bike they’d “love to have” but don’t because… (insert reason here). If money were no object, what would … Continue reading

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What Happened to the Triumph Motorcycles Demo Truck?

I came across this short article in a recent edition of the Triumph Spirit Magazine (online publication) talking about the new dealership “facelift” that Triumph corporate has been pushing down. While it looks great, I think it’s a misallocation of … Continue reading

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Harley Davidson Street 500: First Impressions

A few weeks back I caught an article about Harley Davidson (HD) offering the Basic Rider Course (BRC) free to Active Duty Military and Military Veterans through their Rider Academy. While I currently have my endorsement, and consider myself an … Continue reading

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Pubs and Street Eats Preview: South of town fare

Weather last weekend was fantastic for riding. A buddy of mine also had a “kitchen pass” on Saturday so we met up at Stone House Tavern in Waynesville for a snack and a drink. Waynesville is a neat little town … Continue reading

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Moto Philosophy: Charity and the “Poker Run”

The “Biker” stereotype has certainly been dulled in my lifetime. While still alive, in general, there has been significant growth in the number of motorcyclists, and therefore greater “acceptance” that motorcyclists aren’t societal deviants. What non-motorcyclists may or may not … Continue reading

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Preliminary Riding report: Ad hoc Smoky Mountain Trip

I have a buddy with a standing rule: “If you see my motorcycle on a trailer… call the police –because it’s stolen!” An excellent rule, which I plan to live by… no sooner than I said that, fate called my … Continue reading

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Indian Motorcycles: Seduced by an icon

Ohio weather has continued its depressingly frigid trend this week, with more snow on the way shortly. Admittedly, motorcycle news has improved slightly this week as manufacturers are getting their new demo bikes out to the press outlets; I caught … Continue reading

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Cleveland IMS: Unsung Heroes

There is a lot going on at the IMS every year. Working my way through the crowds that weekend I was left with the feeling of “same old, same old” but after writing the last few blog entries I realize … Continue reading

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Cleveland IMS: A glimmer of hope in January

January in Ohio is a cold, grey, dreary place; fortunately it’s also the month that the Progressive International Motorcycle Show (IMS) comes to visit Cleveland. This year is my second trip up to Cleveland for the show; a long drive, … Continue reading

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