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Easyriders Motorcycle Rodeo Brings Maximum Motor Madness To Bloomsburg, PA

By | Events

Easyriders Motorcycle Rodeo Brings Maximum Motor Madness To Bloomsburg, PA

Dateline: May 7th, 2019, Agoura Hills, California – Easyriders Events is proud to announce our first-ever Motorcycle Rodeo in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. Early bird camping starts on Thursday, June 6th and the rowdy rodeo action takes place on June 7th through the 9th at the Bloomsburg Fairgrounds! Easyriders Motorcycle Rodeo is partnering with Bill’s Old Bike Barn to offer up a wild weekend jam packed with the best two-wheeled entertainment imaginable. 

It’s the ultimate biker party with live music by Saliva, Jasmine Cain and more to keep your boots tappin’, killer vendors, food and drink, on-site camping, wet T-shirt and trophy girl contests as well as a ride-in bike show, a poker crawl and the liver-quiverin’ sexy showdown of the Purrfect Angelz as they perform feats of derring-do including nasty dancing, fire lickin’ and aerial performances. Plus THRILL to Rhett Rotten’s Wall of Death, and the chills and spills of NTC Drift Trike’s cycle circus, badass bar stool races and more.

Wanna maximize your motorized madness? Visit our website, register for Bill’s Birthday Bash and Ride to the Easyriders Rodeo. Tickets are limited and will sell out, so get yours NOW! Your ticket includes entry to Bill’s 80th Birthday Bash at Bill’s Custom Cycles where you can marvel as Rhett Rotten dares to take on the Wall of Death! Then check out Bill’s Museum (you have to see it to believe it), and then head out on a 45-minute ride through the scenic back roads of Bloomsburg and surrounding areas only to arrive at the Easyriders Rodeo in time for the Motorcycle Rodeo events, live bands, and the summer’s best biker bonanza, all brought to you by Lucas Oil and Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys!

Don’t forget to stop by Vreeland’s Harley-Davidson right down the road from the fairgrounds and upgrade your ride with some custom accessories. Vreeland’s is the #1 Harley dealer for V-rod racing parts. Also close by, Quaker Steak and Lube throws down the best biker bites and brews in town.

For additional show schedule information, or to inquire about sponsorship or vendor booth space, call toll-free (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)

NCOM Convention In Orlando Stresses Unity
The underlying theme of the 34th annual NCOM Convention in Orlando, Florida, May 10-12, was “Unity” and welcomed back many past supporters and saw lots of new faces in the crowded conference rooms of the Doubletree by Hilton – Universal host hotel.

During the General Session, Outsiders MC member David “Double D” Devereaux, founder of the Motorcycle Profiling Project and member of the NCOM Legislative Task Force, spoke convincingly of the need for Unity in attaining our common goals, particularly in regards to state and federal anti-profiling legislation, and NCOM Chairman James “Doc” Reichenbach echoed those sentiments to the assembled representatives of hundreds of clubs, organizations and NCOM Member Groups.

One of the largest NCOM Conventions to date, this year’s gathering drew biker activists from motorcycle rights organizations (MROs) and Confederations of Clubs (COCs), as well as independents and other allied riders from across the country.

Motorcycle Profiling and “Save the Patch” were hot topics considering the recently victorious Mongols MC court case as well as the eventual dismissal of charges in the Waco catastrophe, while other important issues of concern to our nation’s motorcycle community included various legal and legislative seminars regarding RICO And Its Effect on Your Organization, Restoring Your Rights, Leadership 101 and “Share the Road” Motorcycle Safety.

Capping off a productive Convention weekend, the Silver Spoke Awards Banquet recognized outstanding freedom fighters; Congressman Tim Walberg of Michigan (GOVERNMENT), James “Hollywood” Macecari of Insane Throttle Motorcycle Magazine (ENTERTAINMENT), Jim Wear, founder of the Salute to American Veterans Rally (COMMERCE), with SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARDS presented to David Duff of ABATE of Iowa, William Bird of ABATE of Florida and Mike Friend of Bikers For Christ.  NCOM’s highest honor, the Ron Roloff Lifetime Achievement Award was bestowed upon “JR” Reed -1%er of Sons of Silence MC and Smitty 1%er of the Outlaws MC.

Next year’s 2020 NCOM Convention is scheduled for Indianapolis, and for more information contact the National Coalition of Motorcyclists at (800) ON-A-BIKE (662-2453) or visit www.ON-A-BIKE.com.

Support Federal Anti-Profiling Resolution In U.S. House
All motorcyclists are encouraged to contact their Congressional Representatives to ask for their support of House Resolution 255, a bipartisan anti-profiling measure introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives that is identical to Senate Resolution 154 passed by unanimous consent in the U.S. Senate late last year.

H.Res.255; “Promoting awareness of motorcycle profiling and encouraging collaboration and communication with the motorcycle community and law enforcement officials to prevent instances of profiling,” was introduced March 26 by Rep. Tim Walberg (R-MI) and currently has 22 co-sponsors.

Both nonbinding resolutions, S.Res.154 & H.Res.255, call for cessation of law enforcement discriminatorily profiling motorcyclists by thwarting “the illegal use of the fact that a person rides a motorcycle or wears motorcycle related apparel as a factor in deciding to stop and question, take enforcement action, arrest, or search a person or vehicle with or without legal basis under the Constitution of the United States,” as profiling is defined by each resolution.

Concerned riders can contact their U.S. Rep. by calling the Capital Switchboard at (202) 224-3121 and request that they join their colleagues in cosponsoring H.Res.255 to put an end to law enforcement unfairly targeting motorcycle riders for traffic stops, questioning and citations.

Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month Congressional Resolution
On May 1, 2019 U.S. Rep. Michael Burgess (R-TX) submitted House Resolution 338 in the U.S. House of Representatives; “Expressing support for the designation of May 2019 as Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month,” which reads:

  • “Whereas motorcycling is a great American tradition enjoyed by an estimated 27 million people annually, representing almost 9 percent of the population;
  • Whereas motorcycles are a valuable component of the transportation mix;
  • Whereas motorcycles are fuel-efficient and decrease congestion while having little impact on our Nation’s transportation infrastructure;
  • Whereas the motorcycling community promotes rider education, licensing, and motorcycle awareness;
  • Whereas the motorcycling community is committed to decreasing motorcycle crashes through training and education, personal responsibility, and increased public awareness;
  • Whereas approximately 91 percent of motorcycles are operated on highways in conjunction with other vehicles;
  • Whereas motorcyclist deaths occur more frequently than fatalities in passenger vehicles;
  • Whereas motorcycle awareness is beneficial to all road users and will help decrease motorcycle accidents; and
  • Whereas the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration promotes Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month to encourage riders to be properly licensed, receive training, and to remind all riders and motorists to always share the road: Now, therefore, be it Resolved, That the House of Representatives —
  1. supports the designation of Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month;
  2.  recognizes the contribution of motorcycles to the transportation mix;
  3. encourages motorcycle awareness by all road users;
  4. ecognizes that motorcyclists have a right to the road and that all motorists should safely share the roadways;
  5.  encourages rider education and training for safe motorcycle operation; and
  6. supports the goals of Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month.”

H.Res. 338 has been referred to the Subcommittee on Highways and Transit of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, and currently has 7 cosponsors.

Motorcyclists Among Those Benefiting From Public Lands Access
Recreation industry leaders and off-road vehicle enthusiasts applaud Congress for the passage of the Natural Resources Management Act, S.47, now Public Law No: 116-9 after being signed March 12, 2019 by President Donald Trump, affirming the existence and proper management of millions of acres of public lands and parks, including Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) areas, for years to come.

The law permanently reauthorizes the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) and the Every Kid Outdoors Act for seven years. Collectively this legislation will benefit thousands of parks, public lands, and waters as well as providing access to the outdoors to millions of off road motorcycle and ATV riders across the country.

The Land and Water Conservation Fund is America’s most important conservation program, responsible for protecting parks, wildlife refuges, and recreation areas at the federal, state, and local levels. Many of the lands that NPT has transferred to the National Park Service were purchased with funding from LWCF, including Rocky Mountain National Park, Washita Battlefield National Historic Site, Glacier National Park, Appalachian National Scenic Trail, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, and Zion National Park.

The sweeping Act reflects the bipartisan Senate-House agreement reached near the end of the last Congress to bundle together over 100 individual lands bills, striking a balance between creating new opportunities for natural resource and community development with limited, locally-supported conservation. It will improve public lands management, protect treasured landscapes, and increase public access for recreation while protecting private property rights.

Last year, the government released national data demonstrating the importance of an outdoor recreation economy that accounts for 2.2 percent of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product and directly supports 4.5 million jobs.

Mongols Fined $500,000 & Given Probation, But Retain Trademarked Logo
At a sentencing hearing on Friday, May 17 a federal judge in California fined the Mongols Motorcycle Club $500,000 and put the club on probation for five years following its racketeering and conspiracy convictions, but rebuffed yet another attempt by prosecutors to strip the group of its trademark protected back patch logos, citing constitutional protections against intrusions on free expression and excessive penalties.

Last December, a jury found the Mongol Nation as a whole guilty of RICO charges in a decade-long case in which prosecutors said the group operated an organized criminal enterprise.  That jury further decided at the time that the government could seize the Mongols intellectual property, but in February U.S. District Court Judge David O. Carter intervened and refused to approve the asset forfeiture.

Stephen “Bowtie” Stubbs, lead attorney for the Mongols, called the judge’s decision to not strip its identifying insignia a victory for all motorcycle clubs, but said that the $500,000 would be a “major burden” to bear for current members who had nothing to do with any of the alleged behavior of past members, and told NBC News that the club plans to appeal the entire case.

 “The Mongols Motorcycle Club is very pleased that Judge Carter shut down another attempt by the government to limit symbolic speech,” said Stubbs, of Las Vegas, who is a member of the National Coalition of Motorcyclists Legislative Task Force (NCOM-LTF) and also serves as legal counsel for the Southern Nevada Confederation of Clubs (COC).

Prior to the sentencing hearing, prosecutors tried again, requesting the Mongols be prohibited from preventing others from using their image, which Stubbs said the judge also denied.

Show-Me Freedom Of Choice
Missouri is the latest state looking to give motorcyclists the freedom to choose whether or not to wear a helmet while riding, and hopes to soon become the 32nd state behind Michigan in 2012 to allow adult Freedom of Choice.  The legislative package, including other transportation provisions, passed the Senate 21-12 on Thursday, May 16 and on Friday the House advanced Senate Bill 147 to Governor Mike Parsons (R) on a 94-46 vote.

If signed into law, SB 147 would repeal their decades-old helmet law and allow motorcyclists 18 and older the option to ride without a helmet, provided they carry proper health insurance.

Like Michigan, which shook off the sting of two previous gubernatorial vetoes of their helmet law repeal bills before bouncing back to amend their mandatory helmet law, Missouri’s legislature previously passed a helmet law repeal in 2009 which was vetoed by then-Governor Jay Nixon (D), and in 1999 a helmet repeal bill reached the desk of former Gov. Mel Carnahan (D) who vetoed it — members of Freedom of the Road Riders (FORR-MO) and ABATE for Missouri are hoping this time’s the charm!

“SB 147 has passed through both chambers, and only needs a signature from the governor (who can be reached at (573) 751-3222),” reports www.forr.net“Yes, everybody Happy Happy,” commented Tony Shepherd of ABATE, a past member of the National Coalition of Motorcyclists (NCOM) board of directors, who has worked diligently towards passage with FORR-MO Legislative Coordinator Joe Widmer.

Connecticut May Extend Helmet Law From 18 To 21 And Under
Helmet laws vary from one state to the other, with some rules being more flexible than others, and at least until now motorcycle helmets were not mandatory in Connecticut for riders aged 18 and over.  Prior to January 1, 1990, Connecticut was one of just four states that had no helmet requirement, but if passed House Bill 6161 would increase the minimum age for compulsory helmet use from Under 18 to Under 21.

HB 6161 passed the House by a vote of 113-13 on May 14th and is now heading to the Senate for consideration and vote.

Language instituting a universal helmet law for all riders was stripped from a larger bill, and although they still express opposition to any further attempt to mandate helmet use by adults, the Connecticut Motorcycle Riders Association (CMRA) has already claimed a victory in defeating that measure; but advocates hoping to finally reinstate Connecticut’s full motorcycle helmet law after 43 years still hope they can pass legislation next session, despite their setback.

Quotable Quote:  “Freedom is never granted; it is won.  Justice is never given; it is exacted.”

~ A. Philip Randolph (1889-1979) Leader in Civil Rights & the American labor movement

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.

About AIM / NCOM: The National Coalition of Motorcyclists (NCOM) is a nationwide motorcyclists rights organization serving over 2,000 NCOM Member Groups throughout the United States, with all services fully-funded through Aid to Injured Motorcyclist (AIM) Attorneys available in each state who donate a portion of their legal fees from motorcycle accidents back into the NCOM Network of Biker Services (www.ON-A-BIKE.com / 800-ON-A-BIKE).

Randy Mamola To Race IndianxWorkhorse Sprint Racer

By | General News

Randy Mamola To Race IndianxWorkhorse Sprint Racer

  • ‘Appaloosa’ – IndianxWorkhorse Scout Bobber revealed
  • Randy Mamola to compete in Sultans of Sprint Factory Class
  • Race number #19 celebrates 1919-2019 – 100th Anniversary of Indian Scout

Indian Motorcycle has announced that Grand Prix legend and crowd favourite Randy Mamola will be campaigning the Workhorse Speedshop racer in the full Sultans of Sprint series as the modified Scout Bobber, named ‘Appaloosa’, made its first public appearance today at The Reunion in Monza.

Built by Brice Hennebert of Workhorse Speedshop to honour the Indian Scout’s 100th anniversary, ‘Appaloosa’ is named after the famous breed of horse. Brice explains, “I wanted a name that could link Workhorse, Indian Motorcycle and speed. As soon as I discovered that the American horse breed Appaloosa was one of the world’s fastest horses, I knew I had the name for an American sprint bike built by Workhorse. After putting so much into this build, I’m excited to see the reaction to it and I can’t wait to see Randy blast it down the racetrack.”

Randy Mamola says, “I’ve always been a big fan of Indian Motorcycle and I’m really looking forward to racing this amazing creation. It’s great to be part of this project, especially during the Scout’s 100th anniversary. With the Sultans of Sprint being such a unique series, it’s going to be a lot of fun soaking up the atmosphere, meeting the crowds and putting on a show for them.”

Outfitted with a bespoke racing suit created by Alpinestars, inspired by the racing suits they provide for the Indian Wrecking Crew, Randy will be competing in the Factory Class under race number #19 to celebrate 1919, the year the original Indian Scout was first revealed. In the Factory Class, motorcycles must be four-stroke (air or water cooled) with no limit regarding the engine capacity providing that the tuned bike does not exceed a power-to-weight ratio limit of 0.65bhp/kg.

Appaloosa’ is the culmination of over 700 hours of design and fabrication by Workhorse and has been supported with technical expertise and premium components from project partners Akrapovič, Beringer Brakes, MOTOREX, Öhlins, and Vibrant Performance.

After completely stripping the Scout Bobber, Brice cut and narrowed the original fuel tank, retaining the side profile, to create a cover for a new aluminium fuel cell which holds just 2.5 litres for sprint racing. With the fuel cell in place, work focussed on the riding position, a critical element for quick starts. A new sub-frame was fabricated to better support the rider under hard acceleration and combines with lower clip-on handlebars and drag-style foot controls to tilt the rider forward and keep weight over the front wheel.

To further enhance traction when the flag drops, Brice designed and welded an extended aluminum swingarm. With parts CNC machined from his drawings by Beringer Brakes, the swingarm is mated to advanced, fully adjustable suspension technology from Öhlins. Matching the STX 36 piggyback rear shock absorbers, Öhlins also supplied Retro 43 front forks and a steering damper to ensure the best possible grip and stability enabling the full performance of the bike to be utilized. Read More

Luggage Rack and Saddlebag Rail LED Light Bars   

By | New Product News

Luggage Rack and Saddlebag Rail LED Light Bars   

Further expanding the product family, new fitments are now available! These hassle-free upgrades add an additional running and brake light that demands attention! Super bright 5mm LEDs are sealed behind a red or smoked lens, offering a seamless and sleek look. The plug and play units are installed with provided mounting hardware to the underside of the Harley-Davidson® Air Wing Luggage Racks/Saddlebag Rails, placing the light bars right at eye level to the traffic behind you.

Pair with our Magic Strobes (sold separately) for even more visibility when braking! Now available for 2009-2013 Electra Glide, Ultra, Road King, Road Glide, 2010-2013 Road Glide Custom, 2006-2013 Street Glide (including CVO models) equipped with Air Wing Saddlebag Rails, 2009-2013 Trike models equipped with Air Wing Trike Fender Rails and 2005-2017 Softails with Air Wing Luggage Rack! Complete with Lifetime LED Warranty. 

$69.95-$79.95

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

DRAG PN: 2040-2467, 2040-2468, 2040-2469, 2040-2470, 2040-2471, 2040-2472, 2040-2473, 2040-2474

Z1R Gust Waterproof Mesh Jacket

By | New Product News

Z1R Gust Waterproof Mesh Jacket

Z1R introduces the brand new Gust Waterproof Jacket. Never fear getting caught in the rain again, just zip in the waterproof line into your Gust mesh jacket. This riding jacket combats all weather conditions with its extremely vented nylon mesh shell.  Similar to other Z1R removable inner liners, the waterproof inner liner can easily be zipped in and out, keeping you dry when you need it most. Increasing the level of protection within the jacket are removable CE level 1 elbow and shoulder pads.  Available in men’s sizes S-5X at $119.95-124.95. Also available in women’s in sizes XS-3X at $119.95-124.95.

About Z1R
Z1R produces helmets and apparel for the street, off-road, and snow enthusiast. For more information visit us at www.Z1R.com.  You can also follow us on Facebook

CIRO Shock & Awe 2.0 Engine Starter Kit

By | New Product News

CIRO Shock & Awe 2.0 Engine Starter Kit

Shock & Awe 2.0 takes your LED lighting kit to the next level. We’ve packed the new app full of exciting features such as a racing mode to track your speed, music and microphone integration, 3 channel output, brake function, and more! With the Ciro Bluetooth app you are able to choose from millions of colors to find the perfect match for your bike or any other vehicle you choose to accessorize.

Features & Benefits:

  • NEW race mode (quarter mile times, 0-60 time, top speed, G-force)
  • NEW music mode
  • NEW brake mode (turns all LEDs red when brake is applied)
  • NEW color match via smartphone camera
  • NEW 3 channel output
  • Choose from an infinite color selection
  • Create, save, and load custom color sequences
  • Monitor motorcycle battery voltage in app (low voltage protection)
  • Bluetooth Controller Kit (2040-0321) (included in Shock & Awe 2.0 Engine Starter Kit) is compatible with all Ciro Shock & Awe LEDs (including the original Shock & Awe)

Please note: if you have the original Shock & Awe, you still get all the standard features in addition to the color match, and race mode. To get the complete 2.0 features, upgrade to the 2.0 Controller Kit!

41031 Shock & Awe 2.0 Engine Starter Kit $299.95

41030 Shock & Awe 2.0 Lighting Expansion Kit (everything you need to light up your saddlebag rails) $99.95

Fits: Any motorcycle or vehicle with a 12 volt power source.

Indian Motorcycle’s FTR750 Takes 1-2 At So-Cal Half-Mile

By | Racing News

Indian Motorcycle’s FTR750 Takes 1-2 At So-Cal Half-Mile 

Indian Privateer Brandon Robinson Wins Second Race of Season Aboard FTR750; Wrecking Crew Rider & Points Leader Briar Bauman Continues Perfect Podium Streak With Second-Place Finish

Indian Motorcycle Racing, presented by Progressive Motorcycle Insurance, and its championship-winning FTR750 earned its fourth win of the 2019 season at the So-Cal Half-Mile in Perris, Calif. Indian Privateer Brandon Robinson (Kennedy Racing/Armbruster Racing Indian FTR750) secured his second win of the season, while Wrecking Crew Rider and current points leader Briar Bauman continued his 2019 perfect podium streak with a second-place finish.

The 2019 So-Cal Half-Mile will best be remembered for a red flag restart that occurred eight laps into the Twins Main. Starting from the front, Robinson was able to maintain his lead and bring home the win. Bauman, who started deep within the lineup, strategically took an inside line and passed a pack of riders to slide into second as he exited turn one.

“Briar took full advantage of the restart, as he was able to escape a log-jam of riders and slide into second by taking that inside line,” said Gary Gray, Vice President – Racing, Technology & Service for Indian Motorcycle.  “It was a great night of racing with outstanding competition, and we’re extremely proud of all the hard work and effort from the Indian privateers and our factory race team.”

Fellow Wrecking Crew Riders, Jared Mees and Bronson Bauman, finished in fifth and sixth place, respectively. Mees, the defending AFT champion, showcased determination as he bounced back in the Main to finish fifth after starting in position 15. Bronson Bauman was fast all night, though, he experienced adversity from the restart and had to battle his way to sixth place.

Robinson’s victory keeps him placed second in the season standings with 89 points behind Briar Bauman’s dominating 102 points. Mees maintains third with 78 points, while Bronson Bauman is ninth with 50 points.

The season continues on May 18 with the legendary Sacramento Mile at the Cal Expo Fairgrounds in Sacramento, Calif. For more information on Indian Motorcycle Racing, visit IndianMotorcycle.com and follow along on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

For more information Indian Motorcycle Racing’s sponsors, visit their websites: Progressive Motorcycle Insurance, S&S Cycle, Indian Motorcycle Oil, Parts Unlimited, Drag Specialties, Alpinestars, Bell Helmets and J&P Cycles.

 About Indian Motorcycle
Indian Motorcycle is America’s First Motorcycle Company. Founded in 1901, Indian Motorcycle has won the hearts of motorcyclists around the world and earned distinction as one of America’s most legendary and iconic brands through unrivaled racing dominance, engineering prowess and countless innovations and industry firsts. Today that heritage and passion is reignited under new brand stewardship. To learn more, please visit www.indianmotorcycle.com.

ProBEAM Accessory Mounting Clamps

By | New Product News

ProBEAM Accessory Mounting Clamps

Aluminum mounting brackets wrap around engine guards to provide hassle free mounting of Custom Dynamics Driving Lights with 5/16-inch mounting hole. Available with 1.25-inch inside diameter for mounting around OEM Harley-Davidson® engine guards in choice of Chrome or Gloss Black finish. Each clamp is designed with a set screw for secure mounting. Allen Wrench Included. Fits 1.25-inch Harley-Davidson® engine guards. For more information call Custom Dynamics toll free at 1-800-382-1388, visit www.customdynamics.com, or contact your local Drag Specialties dealer.

$44.95 (Pair)

DRAG PN: 2040-2345, 2040-2346  

Indian Motorcycle Launches Company’s First-Ever Rental Program 

By | General News

Indian Motorcycle Launches Company’s First-Ever Rental Program 

‘Indian Motorcycle Rentals’ Available Through Select Dealers Around The Country

Indian Motorcycle, America’s first motorcycle company, today announced its first-ever rental program, Indian Motorcycle Rentals. Available now at select dealers around the country, Indian Motorcycle Rentals provides local residents and those traveling the opportunity to rent a new Indian motorcycle for as short as four hours or as long as several weeks. 

Indian Motorcycle Rentals is currently available through ten dealers around the country, with plans to continue to expand throughout the year. Participating dealers will have a rental fleet with various models available. Each dealer’s rental fleet will be updated out every 12-18 months to ensure riders have the opportunity to ride Indian Motorcycle’s current model year lineup. Riders with a valid motorcycle license can go online to book their Indian Motorcycle experience in advance to ensure bike availability at the Indian Motorcycle Rentals’ web page. 

“Whether local or from out of town, Indian Motorcycle Rentals provides a premium experience for riders in need of a bike,” said Reid Wilson, Sr. Director Marketing and Product Development for Indian Motorcycle. “With a rental fleet featuring the current model year lineup, riders will have the opportunity to experience the latest and greatest from Indian Motorcycle.”

Each motorcycle rental will include insurance as part of the rental fee. Riders will also have access to helmets, if they do not have their own. In addition to helmets, riders are required to have additional safety gear including long pants and close toed shoes.  Additional protective gear, such as gloves, riding jacket and high-visibility or reflective clothing, is also recommended.  

Riders can visit indianmotorcycle.com/indian-motorcycle-rentals/ to find Indian Motorcycle Rentals locations and book reservations. To learn more about Indian Motorcycle visit IndianMotorcycle.com and follow Indian Motorcycle on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

About Indian Motorcycle
Indian Motorcycle Company is America’s First Motorcycle Company. Founded in 1901, Indian Motorcycle has won the hearts of motorcyclists around the world and earned distinction as one of America’s most legendary and iconic brands through unrivaled racing dominance, engineering prowess and countless innovations and industry firsts. Today that heritage and passion is reignited under new brand stewardship. To learn more, please visit www.indianmotorcycle.com.

NEW STUFF ALERT: S&S 550 Cam Chest Kits for the Milwaukee-Eight® Engine

By | New Product News

NEW STUFF ALERT: S&S 550 Cam Chest Kits for the Milwaukee-Eight® Engine

Adding to their collection of complete cam chest kits, S&S Cycle recently launched a version featuring their monster 550 cam. Designed for 114 and larger M8 powered HD®’s, the 550 cam is good for 120hp and 128 lbs of torque on a 114’ motor with only a high flow air cleaner and header!. Kits include Cam, Outer Drive Gears for Gear Drive Kits, Cam Plate, Tappets, Tappet Cuffs, High Flow Oil Pump, Quickee Pushrod Kit, tappet cuffs (mandatory for high lift cams), heavy duty valve springs and all bearings and gaskets needed for installation. Each package is designed to work with everything around it and create optimum power and reliability for 2017-2019 114 and larger M8 powered big twins. The S&S cam chest kits includes their new oil pump with a best in the market 44% increase in flow, a 58% increase in scavenge paired with a chain or gear drive cam and pushrod tubes. More importantly, the kits are comprised of parts designed to work perfectly together and make serious and reliable power! Check out the details on their site at  https://www.sscycle.com/550-cam-chest-kit-for-m8

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