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Easyriders Charlotte Bike Show — Unveiling of New Indian FTR 1200 S Model

By | Events

Easyriders Charlotte Bike Show and Presenting Sponsor, Indian Motorcycle Charlotte, to Unveil New Indian FTR 1200 S Model

Indian Motorcycle’s FTR 1200 S will debut at the Easyriders Charlotte Bike Show this January 26 and 27.

Get your thrills faster on the new Indian FTR 1200 S. This wild new street bike combines race bike styling with over 40 advanced, customizable features that lets you match the bike to your particular riding style. See it first at the Easyriders Invitational Charlotte Bike Show held at the Park Expo Center, 800 Briar Creek Rd, Charlotte, North Carolina.

The Easyriders Bike Show will display hundreds of custom-built motorcycles as well as vendors, great food and drink. Two days of amazing motorized fun includes NTC Drift Trikes demoing crazy drifting capabilities throughout the day and live Stunt Shows by Deadbeat Stunt Division. Meet The Full Throttle Saloon’s Michael Ballard, watch world famous motorcycle photographer Michael Lichter shoot bike features for Easyriders magazine and thrill to the sexy Purrfect Angelz dance, aerial and fire performances. Check out the Captain America and Billy bikes as they are restored to their former glory in the Easyriders Garage – a full garage shop façade. Visit Indian Motorcycle Charlotte’s on-site dyno, showcasing the latest Indian performance upgrades. 

On top of the two-wheeled action, the Easyriders Bike Show will host its first Charlotte Tattoo Show and will bring back the ever-popular Hot Rod Show sponsored by JR Drake of Kick Ass Rod Shop as seen on The Discovery Channel’s Rebel Road. Vintage motorcycle and custom chopper lovers will be blown away by the Congregation Corner sponsored by local builders Prism Motorcycle Supply Co. Live music by Jasmine Cain and Royal Hounds will rock the house for two incredible days, Saturday 10am to 7pm and Sunday 10am to 5pm. Sponsored by Indian Motorcycle Charlotte and Lucas Oil.

For more information, call 800-962-9857 or visit www.easyridersevents.com

NCOM Biker Newsbytes

By | Biker's Rights

NCOMNCOM Biker Newsbytes

Compiled & Edited by Bill Bish,
National Coalition of Motorcyclists (NCOM)

The Impact Of Brexit On Bikers
It’s been two and a half years since the referendum that started Britain on its journey out of the European Union, and now time is running out and “Brexit” is due to take place on March 29, 2019 – deal or no deal.  With Parliament squabbling, the prospect of a no-deal Brexit is now looking increasingly likely, and that outcome would affect many things including motorcycles.

You may have heard about the United Kingdom reverting to ‘WTO’ rules when it comes to trade, and British biker website www.visordown explains what that will mean:  “The World Trade Organization (WTO) maintains an immense database that records types of products and the import duties that countries or trading blocs impose on them.  At the moment we’re part of the EU, which means we can trade with other European countries without incurring any tariffs, but once we leave we’ll be outsiders, subject to the taxes they impose.”

On motorcycles under 250cc, the EU charges an 8% tariff, and on bikes over that size there’s a 6% duty.  Meanwhile, motorcycle parts and accessories are taxed at 3.7% and bike tires are subject to a 4.5% import duty.

For consumers, if you’re buying a bike made in the EU — such as a BMW — there will be an extra 6% tax to be incorporated into its cost.  Even a UK-based manufacturer, like Triumph, would be subject to an import duty on motorcycle parts from EU suppliers, like their Brembo brakes, so even British-made bikes are likely to become more expensive in a no-deal scenario.

Exports might be less of an immediate concern to the everyday bike buyer, but they have an impact on the motorcycle industry in Britain, and without a deal in place exported bikes would be taxed by the EU at WTO rates.

Of course, once out of the EU the UK government will need to negotiate their own trade deals not only with Europe, but with other trading partners such as Japan, the U.S. and China, but the bottom line is that there’s little prospect that a no-deal Brexit will make bikes or bike-related parts any cheaper.

In the meantime, the uncertainty of Britain’s economic future has negatively impacted motorbike sales in the UK, plummeting 17.9% in December following an overall 2.9% gain in 2018.

Federal Jury Decides Mongols Must Forfeit Logo
In a first-of-its-kind verdict with far-reaching legal implications, a federal jury ruled that the Mongols motorcycle club must forfeit the logo worn by its members, finding in favor of prosecutors’ novel claim that there is a direct link between the club’s crimes and its trademarked insignia.

Last month, the jury in U.S. District Court in Santa Ana, Calif., found the Mongol Nation guilty of racketeering and conspiracy, classifying the group as a criminal organization, and their verdict on Friday, January 11, 2109 was the second phase of a trial that focused on forfeiture of assets in a decade-long quest by the government to dismantle the club.

The verdict will lead to the forfeiture of the group’s legal interest in the word “Mongols” and some of their patches, as well as Mongols items seized during the investigation, prosecutors said.  If upheld, this will give the right to any law enforcement officer who spots a club member wearing the logo to stop him and confiscate the branded item.

The trial next moves to a third phase, in which U.S. District Judge David O. Carter will decide how the forfeiture is carried out.  He declined to immediately order the logos forfeited and set a hearing next month to address possible First Amendment issues raised by the verdict, agreeing to solicit briefs from a variety of experts, including trademark attorneys, law school professors, civil rights organizations and think tanks.

The judge’s decision highlights the new legal ground being broken in the unprecedented case, which has attracted national attention and is virtually guaranteed to go before the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals and perhaps the U.S. Supreme Court.

California To Begin Enforcing Modified Exhaust Penalties
As of January 1, 2019, a modified exhaust on an automobile or motorcycle in California, excessively loud, can no longer be cited as a correctable violation.  Previously, if you were cited you had time to get it fixed in order to avoid paying the fine, but Assembly Bill AB1824 carves out an exception for exhaust noise by removing the opportunity to correct the violation and requires a citation to result in a fine only.

AB 1824, which was sponsored by the Assembly Committee on Budget and signed into law by then-Governor Jerry Brown in June of 2018, does not change existing laws pertaining to exhaust noise or sale and installation of aftermarket exhaust systems, but rather amends how excess exhaust noise violations are handled by law enforcement.  Beginning this year, a vehicle cited for violating the current exhaust noise law will no longer receive what is commonly known as a “fix-it” ticket.  Instead, violations will result in an immediate mandatory monetary fine.

The fine for a California traffic ticket for “a loud exhaust system” is up to $1,000 dollars.

Helmet-Free Scooters
Assembly Bill 2989, the e-scooter bill sponsored by California Assemblyman Heath Flora (R-Ripon), removes the requirement for riders of motorized (electric) standup scooters in the Golden State to wear a bicycle helmet, provided they are 18 or older.  The new traffic law also prohibits riding a motorized e-scooter on highways with a speed limit greater than 25 mph, or roads with a speed limit greater than 35 mph, unless it is within a marked bikeway.

Meanwhile, Assembly Bill 3077, sponsored by then-Assemblywoman Anna Caballero (D-Salinas) provides law enforcement the ability to issue a “fix-it ticket” to anyone under 18 who doesn’t wear a helmet while on a bicycle, skateboard or skates. The newly enacted violation is correctable if the minor completes a bicycle safety course and gets a helmet that meets safety standards within 120 days of the ticket being issued.

Utah Becomes First In Nation To Lower DUI Limit To .05 Percent
The Beehive State made history on December 30th by becoming the first state to lower its blood alcohol concentration limit (BAC) for drunken driving to .05 percent, just in time for New Year’s Eve.

Utah lowered the drunken driving BAC from .08, the national limit imposed by former President Bill Clinton in 2000, to .05, making it the nation’s strictest DUI law.  Utah’s new law also says anyone who “operates a motor vehicle in a negligent manner causing the death of another” will have committed criminal homicide, which is a felony.

In 1983, Utah was the first state to lower its blood alcohol limit from 0.10 to 0.08 for impaired driving.  It would take nearly two decades for every state to follow suit, but as they did, the nation’s rate of alcohol-related traffic deaths dropped 10%. Now, Utah is pioneering the move to lower it once again.

Utah State Representative Norm Thurston (R-Provo) sponsored the bill at the request of the National Transportation Safety Board, which has been urging states to lower DUI limits to 0.05 since 2013.

The American Beverage Institute says the new lower limit targets social drinkers and calls the law an “attack on the restaurant and hospitality industries,” claiming nearly 70% of alcohol-related fatalities in the U.S. are caused by drivers with a much higher BAC of 0.15 and above.

Science Proves That Riding A Motorcycle Is Good For You
Motorcyclists have always said there’s no better prescription for stress than riding a bike, and now a study from the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, at the University of California, Los Angeles, seems to confirm that.

The recent study, funded by Harley-Davidson Inc., demonstrated potential mental and physical benefits of riding, including decreased levels of cortisol, a hormonal marker of stress.

Three UCLA researchers studied more than 50 motorcycle riders in tests that recorded their brain activity and hormone levels before, during and after riding a bike, driving a car and resting.  The bike ride resulted in a 28% decrease in biomarkers of stress, according to the researchers.

On average, riding a motorcycle for 20 minutes increased participants’ heart rates by 11% and adrenaline levels by 27%, similar to light exercise, as well as their focus and alertness.

Harley-Davidson says the study’s findings validate what it’s known for more than a century: that riding is good for your mental health.

This means the next time you are sitting at your computer feeling sluggish or that you get home after a long a stressful day, the answer to getting back on track or relieving some of the tension could be to simply go out for a ride…doctor’s orders!

Do Self-Driving Cars ‘See’ Motorcycles?
Lane-splitting is an accepted maneuver by motorcyclists all over the world, but in America it is only practiced by riders in the Golden State.  California-based Tesla, whose cars are well represented on California highways, seems to be aware of motorcyclists’ unique filtering capabilities there and has been working to ensure their Autopilot systems detect the presence of a lane-sharing rider in traffic.

However, YouTuber Scott Kubo recently posted a video to test the functionality of motorcycle detection while lane-splitting, and apparently detecting an approaching motorcycle seems to be hit and miss in Version 9 of Tesla’s neural net Autopilot software.  It’s clear from the clip that the system confuses motorcycles with cars at times, and can even miss a motorcycle entirely if the motorcycle is moving at a good clip.  It’s tough to determine how useful this detection would be in its current state in real-world application.

In the YouTube clip Kubo explains that the current 360° camera system (2.0 and 2.5) can process 200 frames per second (or 200fps) spread across the eight cameras positioned around his Tesla car.  So, each camera has an equivalent frame rate of 25fps — a decent digital SLR camera can have over 100fps and an iPhone can shoot at up to 240fps.  It might be that the current system just doesn’t have a high enough frame to capture fast moving motorcycles.

Self-driving cars are still a burgeoning field of technology with some bugs to work out, and Tesla warns that Autopilot should not be used without some sort of human interaction, but would you want to be rolling up behind a robotic car knowing that an inattentive driver may not be quick enough to take over the manual controls if they “didn’t see the motorcycle”?

Driverless Car Kills Robotic Pedestrian
In what some are labeling “Robot-on-Robot” crime, an autonomous self-driving Tesla car struck and “killed” a robot roaming down the middle of the roadway in a hit-and-run accident during the recent consumer electronics show in Las Vegas.

Many mainstream news agencies worldwide reported the incident as legitimately newsworthy, though it is generally believed to be an over-the-top PR stunt staged by Russian robotics company Promobot ahead of the CES.

Stay tuned to NCOM Biker Newbytes for “real news”, nothing FAKE, as we have provided bikers with reliable, timely, relevant motorcycle news for over a quarter century!

Dutch Police Call On Parliament To Quickly Ban Outlaw Biker Gangs
Dutch authorities want Parliament to speed up a legislative proposal that will allow the Justice Minister to immediately ban “outlaw motorcycle gangs” emerging in the Netherlands, said police chief Pim Miltenburg, in charge of the motorcycle gang file at the police.

Currently, banning an outlaw motorcycle club is a lengthy job in the Netherlands.  A court must decide whether the ‘gang’ is acting in conflict with public order.  “The disadvantage of this type of procedure is that we can not arrange it in a short period of time, but it takes months or years before it is completed”, Miltenburg told NLTimes.nl.

The police say they would prefer if the Minister of Justice and Security can ban a motorcycle gang immediately, with a judge testing the ban afterwards.

So far Dutch courts banned two well-known motorcycle clubs, Satudarah and Bandidos.  The Public Prosecutor also stated plans to get the Hells Angels and No Surrender banned sometime this year, adding that some two thousand people in the Netherlands now belong to an outlaw motorcycle gang.

Quotable Quote:  “Civilization is built on a number of ultimate principles…respect for human life, the punishment of crimes against property and persons, the equality of all good citizens before the law…or, in a word: justice.”
~ Max Nordau (1849 – 1923) Hungarian physician, author and social critic

The AIM/NCOM MOTORCYCLE E-News Service is brought to you by Aid to Injured Motorcyclists (A.I.M.) and the National Coalition of Motorcyclists (NCOM), and is sponsored by the Law Offices of Richard M. Lester. If you’ve been involved in any kind of accident, call us at 1-(800) ON-A-BIKE or visit www.ON-A-BIKE.com.

The Easy Rider Bikes are in the Easyriders Garage!

By | Events

The Easy Rider Bikes are in the Easyriders Garage!

Many years ago Mil Blair and Easy Winiskary of Jammer Cycles built replicas of the iconic Captain America and Billy bikes for the Easyriders Rodeos. Ridden hard and put away wet for decades, the bike began to show their age, until they became display bikes instead of leading the pack into the arena. We knew that this is something that needed to be remedied as soon as possible. 

Enter Rob Schwellinger and the Easyriders Garage. Rob is currently hard at work mechanically restoring these iconic rides, and it is all happening at the Easyriders Bikes shows, now traveling to Austin, Texas, January 19, and later the Grand National Bike Show in Charlotte, North Carolina, January 26-27. For more information go to www.easyridersevents.com.

Riding A Motorcycle Improved Metrics Of Focus And Decreased Stress Biomarkers, According To A New Neurobiological Study

By | General News

Riding A Motorcycle Improved Metrics Of Focus And Decreased Stress Biomarkers, According To A New Neurobiological Study

Motorcycling Decreased Stress-Measures, Similar to Light Exercise

Motorcyclists have long championed riding as their main road to stress relief and positive mental health. Today, the results of a neurobiological study conducted by a team of three researchers from UCLA’s Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior yielded pioneering scientific evidence revealing the potential mental and physical benefits of riding. Funded by Harley-Davidson, the study found that motorcycling increased metrics of focus and attention, and decreased relative levels of cortisol, a hormonal marker of stress.

Researchers recorded participants’ brain activity and hormone levels before, during, and after motorcycling, driving a car, and resting. While riding a motorcycle, participants experienced increased sensory focus and resilience to distraction. Riding also produced an increase in adrenaline levels and heart rate, as well as a decrease in cortisol metrics – results often associated with light exercise and stress-reduction.

“Stress levels, especially among young adults, continue to rise, and people are exploring pathways to better their mental and physical health. Until recently, the technology to rigorously measure the impact of activities like motorcycling on the brain didn’t exist,” said Dr. Don Vaughn, the neuroscientist who led the research team. “The brain is an amazingly complex organ and it’s fascinating to rigorously investigate the physical and mental effects riders report.”

Results Highlights:

  • Riding a motorcycle decreased hormonal biomarkers of stress by 28%
  • On average, riding a motorcycle for 20 minutes increased participants’ heart rates by 11 percent and adrenaline levels by 27 percent—similar to light exercise
  • Sensory focus was enhanced while riding a motorcycle versus driving a car, an effect also observed in experienced meditators vs non-meditators
  • Changes in study participants’ brain activity while riding suggested an increase in alertness similar to drinking a cup of coffee

“While scientists have long-studied the relationship of brain and hormone responses to attention and stress, doing so in real-life conditions such as these is rare,” explained UCLA Professor and senior team member, Dr. Mark Cohen. “No lab experiment can duplicate the feelings that a motorcyclist would have on the open road.”

“The differences in participants’ neurological and physiological responses between riding and other measured activities were quite pronounced,” continued Dr. Vaughn. “This could be significant for mitigating everyday stresses.”

Research Overview
The research team monitored participants’ electrical brain activity and heart rate, as well as levels of adrenaline, noradrenaline, and cortisol. To be presented later this year, the Harley-Davidson funded study, entitled “The mental and physical effects of riding a motorcycle” measured the biological and physiological responses of more than 50 experienced motorcyclists, using mobile EEG technology.

“We’re leveraging the latest technologies as we shift our focus from exclusively motorcycles to growing ridership, so it only made sense to tap technology to explore the impact of riding itself,” said Heather Malenshek, Harley-Davidson’s Senior Vice President of Marketing & Brand. “The research findings Dr. Vaughn and his team identified helps explain what our riders have felt for the past 116 years – there’s a vitality and heightened sensory experience that comes from the freedom of riding a motorcycle. We hope their findings inspire the next generation of riders to experience these benefits along with us.”

The Ultimate New Year’s Resolution: Learning to Ride
For those who wish to experience the heightened sensory experience of riding first-hand, H-D Riding Academy will introduce you to motorcycle riding and build your skills in just a few days, regardless of experience level. Offered at select Harley-Davidson dealers, H-D Riding Academy provides expert guidance from Harley-Davidson certified coaches. In the classroom, you get to know basic motorcycle functions and learn the basics of rider safety skills. On the practice range, you build skills and confidence, learning everything from braking, turning and skilled maneuvers. Best of all, you will be connected to a growing community of new riders. To find available courses near you, contact your local dealer or search for classes at www.h-d.com.

About Harley-Davidson Motor Company
Harley-Davidson, Inc. is the parent company of Harley-Davidson Motor Company and Harley-Davidson Financial Services. Since 1903, Harley-Davidson Motor Company has fulfilled dreams of personal freedom with custom, cruiser and touring motorcycles, riding experiences and events and a complete line of Harley-Davidson motorcycle parts, accessories, general merchandise, riding gear and apparel. Harley-Davidson Financial Services provides wholesale and retail financing, insurance, extended service and other protection plans and credit card programs to Harley-Davidson dealers and riders in the U.S., Canada and other select international markets. For more information, visit Harley-Davidson’s Web site at www.harley-davidson.com.

Study Disclaimer
Study of healthy, experienced adults, riding their own motorcycles on a designated 22-minute route, under normal conditions. Provided for informational purposes only. Sponsor makes no guarantee that you will experience similar results; actual effects will vary based on equipment, driving conditions and age/health/experience of rider. See research summary here. Views expressed and conclusions reached are solely those of the author, Dr. Don Vaughn, in his personal capacity, and do not necessarily represent the views of UCLA.  Sponsor: Harley-Davidson Motor Company. Copyright 2019, all rights reserved.  Please contact Sponsor for permission to use or republish any study data. Read More

Raked Over?

By | New Product News

Raked Over?

The latest from Headwinds as we enter our 27th year in the industry!

Press Release: Raked your front end or installed a big front wheel and now your headlight lights up the sky? Headwinds the leader in custom headlights, introduces their 18° Raked Bradley Nacelle Bezel, for Harley-Davidson FLH and most after-market nacelles. Also available in 6º, 8º, 10°, 12° or 14º angles, this bezel with built-in rake keeps your light properly level with the road where you need it most. Hardware supplied, does not include nacelle. Available in a variety of finishes, see their website. Made in the USA. Headwinds 626-359-8044 or headwinds@headwinds.com. www.headwinds.com. 

Turn Signal Eliminator Kit for H-D Touring 

By | New Product News

Turn Signal Eliminator Kit for H-D Touring 

Clean up your rear fender with our Turn Signal Eliminator Kit for H-D Touring models. This direct bolt on application replaces your OEM stock turn signal bar, offering a sleeker, more custom look. Made from light-weight aluminum, the radius license plate mount eliminates the stock rear turn signals completely and is offered in a Chrome or Gloss Black finish. Included in the kit is our Illuminated Radius License Plate Frame (DRAG PN: 2030-0630, 2030-0631) which provides license plate illumination with 6 built-in white LEDs and a simple two wire hook up, backed by the Custom Dynamics Lifetime LED Warranty! Matching Chrome or Gloss Black mounting hardware is included for a seamless installation. 

The Turn Signal Eliminator Kit is currently available for 2009-2019 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide, Ultra Limited, Street Glide, Road Glide, and Road King Models with 180mm Rear Tire. 

$ 129.95

For more information call Custom Dynamics toll free at 1-800-382-1388, visit www.customdynamics.com, or contact your local Drag Specialties dealer.

C&S Custom High Performance Hoglite Swingarm

By | New Product News

C&S Custom Releases a High Performance Hoglite Swingarm

Light Weight Swingarm Enhances Bagger Performance

Press Release: C&S Custom announced today they are shipping their high performance Hoglite Swingarm for late model 2009 – 2019 Harley-Davidson Touring motorcycles.

The high-tech, aerospace-quality Hoglite swingarm is designed to boost the performance of the Harley-Davidson touring models. The engineering enhancements manufactured into the swingarm include lightweight, extruded 6061-T6 aircraft-quality aluminum construction along with a lightened hollow-tube axle. This combination delivers a 50% reduction in weight.

“Our Hoglite arms provide significant weight reduction, and at the same time we’ve built them to handle high torque and horsepower, including turbos and super chargers,” explained Steve Garwood, General Manager.

Options include extended length swingarm, air tank, and Nos bottle bracket. Upgraded bearings and bushings are offered for maximum performance and extended life on all wearable parts. All Hoglite swingarms are direct stock replacement or custom built to a specific application.

The axle blocks are CNC machined from solid billet aluminum and allow for factory belt or chain adjustment. The axle blocks will accommodate 3/4″, 25mm, and 1″ axles, comes with a 2 hole axle adjustment, and provides 3 1/2″ long axle adjustment.

The shock tower placement on the Hoglight comes with a 2 hole shock height adjustment.

Hoglight coatings include thousands of powder coat colors, chrome, and contrast cuts.

C&S Custom utilizes proven technology to deliver a custom look at affordable prices. Pro-consumers who have mechanical ability should budget a weekend for the conversion.

About C & S Custom
Since 1999, C & S Custom has staked out a reputation for being innovators in the sportbike industry. From simple billet accessories to wide-tire kits to one-off custom built motorcycles, the firm delivers products that are on the leading edge of design. The quality of C & S Custom products and of its custom service always comes first. Visit the company online at www.candscustom.com/, as new and innovative products are continually profiled.

S&S Cycle – Updated Big Bore Kits for HD Sportster Models!

By | New Product News

S&S Cycle – Updated Big Bore Kits for HD Sportster Models!

Press Release: How could we improve a solid product line like Big Bore Kits for HD Sportster Models? Not an easy task, but the S&S development team isn’t afraid of the work and after taking a hard look at the entire line realized we needed to make it more affordable. We get it, the Sportster rider needs more price appropriate parts! Each kit is still the same high quality liner wrapped in cast aluminum and each includes high compression pistons, rings, clips and gaskets. Our Hooligan Kit still includes 482 cams, premium tappets and all of our XL kits are available in 1200cc or 1250cc.

Look for a $200+savings and kits are available for most 1986-2019 XL models. For more info and detailed specs, check out www.sscycle.com/big-bore-sportster/

Easyriders Bike Show Tour Presents First-Ever Show in Austin, Texas

By | Events

Easyriders Bike Show Tour Presents First-Ever Show in Austin, Texas

Paisano Publications and Easyriders Events is proud to announce that our 2019 Custom Bike Show Tour is coming to Austin, Texas with an all-new, never-before-seen custom motorcycle show! This two-wheeled extravaganza will take place on Saturday, January 19th at the Austin Convention Center.

See a showcase of hundreds of cool custom motorcycles, thrill to the NTC Drift Trikes and Deadbeat Stunt team as they execute feats of derring-do, and gasp at the sexy Purrfect Angelz dance, aerial and fire performances. Enjoy a wide range of motorcycle-related vendors including Prism Supply as well as tasty food and drink, and rock out to kickass live music. 

Meet TV’s Mike Ballard from Full Throttle Saloon, and watch as we breathe new life into the iconic Captain America chopper and Billy bike from the film Easy Rider in the all-new Easyriders Garage. All this and much more is roaring your away this January 19th at the first-ever Easyriders Austin Bike Show. Sponsored by Lucas Oil.

For more information, call 800-962-9857 or visit www.easyridersevents.com

Easyriders Bike Show Tour Comes to Sacramento, California

By | Events

Easyriders Bike Show Tour Returns to Sacramento, California with All-New Show

Paisano Publications and Easyriders Events is proud to present our 2019 Custom Bike Show in Sacramento, California, coming to the Sacramento Convention Center on Saturday, January 12th. This mind-blowing custom motorcycle extravaganza with showcase hundreds of works of motorized art, and event-goers will thrill to the wild antics of the NTC Drift Trikes and Deadbeat Stunt Division. Kick back with tasty food and beverage, check out motorcycle-related vendors including Prism Supply and rock out with live biker blues music from the Charlie Brechtel Band. Charlie is looking for talent for his upcoming biker movie Rough Boys and you can be part of a live “screen test” at the Easyriders Show!

All this plus, witness the awe and wonder of the sexy Purrfect Angelz dance, aerial and fire performances, and watch as we breathe new life into the iconic Captain America chopper and Billy bike from the film Easy Rider in the all-new Easyriders Garage. Want to get your bike featured in Easyriders magazine? Michael Lichter will be on hand to hand-pick motorcycles to shoot for bike features! All this and more is just a throttle twist away this January 12th at the Easyriders Sacramento Bike Show!

For more information, call 800-962-9857 or visit www.easyridersevents.com

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