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Bike Night San Diego Harley Davidson

Bike Night San Diego California

This was bike night at San Diego Harley Davison. This video is the first of about two or three that I’m going to be putting together about this event. This video is a short overview of the happening

There were about five Harley Davison stunt riders that were performing right on Marina Boulevard in front of the dealership. Unfortunately early on in the stunt riding one rider laid his bike down. Luckily, eating get hurt and the bike just got a broken peg and a couple of bad scrapes. Read more »


Biker Stunt

Biker stunt with 148 bikers in a movie theater. Bikers at the movies . .

Bikers in Belgium in a movie theatre.
Some innocent couples want to take their seat, but the room is filled with not-so- friendly gentlemen… How will they react?

Really different type of biker commercial!


Motorcycle Hubless Wheel

Motorcycle 30″ Hubless Wheel

Here is Ballistic Cycles 30″ Hubless Wheel, Twin Turbo, Full Aluminum Body, Air/Liquid Cooled, Harley Bagger rolling in Sturgis 2014. This Bagger is the sickest you will ever see. We won Baddest Bagger at Full Throttle Saloon, Deadwoods Nastiest Bagger, and Best of Show at the Easy Rider Saloon.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

One example of hubless wheels are those used in the Tron: Legacy light cycle. The illuminated, street-legal motorcycle was sold through Hammacher Schlemmer, inspired by the computer animated cycle from the 2010 film Tron: Legacy. Read more »


Custom Chopper Builder

Custom Chopper Builder – Tom Fugle

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

The first choppers were built in America, and were an outgrowth of the milder customization trend that had originated after WW2 when returning soldiers and others began modifying cars and motorcycles, frequently to improve performance in top-speed races on dry lake beds in Southern California and similar desolate spaces such as unused airstrips in other parts of the country, or on the street for street racing. These early modified motorcycles were known as “bobbers”, and there are many common features between bobbers and choppers, with choppers differentiated being more radically modified, and especially by having the frame tubes and geometry modified (“chopped” by welding) to make the bike longer. Read more »


Harley Crash and Save

Harley Crash

Harley Crash doing a radical wheelie. They should call the rider catman as he bailed out and landed on his feet.

I have nothing really negative to say about this video because at least the motorcycle driver was smart enough to practice stunts in what looks to be a warehouse area versus the public streets. Plus, he was smart enough wear a full face helmet.

I guess if I was intent on practicing motorcycle stunt riding I would’ve have also had set of Kevlar jeans, protective gloves and definitely a good set of boots that would protect my ankles. Read more »


Harley-Davidson 2016 CVO Pro Street Breakout

Harley-Davidson 2016 CVO Pro Street Breakout review vs 2014 CVO

Looks like Harley-Davidson 2016 CVO is incorporating more and more of the chopper look into their production bikes.
It’s nice to see that they finally got their engine up to a 110 and the rear tire up to a 240! I also like the fact that on this model they got rid of their huge speedometer control setup that was in the middle of a lot of their gas tanks.

Walk around and Start up of the 2016 Pro Street Breakout compared directly with the 2014 CVO Breakout. The 2016 CVO Pro Street Breakout is a mid-model-year 2016 release (january). The Pro Street Introduces new features such as inverted forks and dual disc brakes to the Breakout model.

Currently, I’m writing an 2006 American Ironhorse Texas Chopper that has an S&S 111 engine (actually they had three options for engines from 111 117 or 124) and a nice wide 280 rear tire.  Plus, the Texas Chopper came standard with two front disc breaks. So, it just took Harley about 10 years to start to incorporate some of these features into their bikes. Read more »


Biker Chicks

Biker Chicks Bike Week

“Biker Chicks” Rule Daytona Bike Week & Leesburg Bikefest.

This 2014 – 2015 compilation of over One Hundred Fifty (150) Lady bikers is by far the most comprehensive look at an rapidly emerging breed of motorcyclist. Read more »


Bike Week 2016 Daytona Beach

Bike Week 2016 Daytona Beach

Stroll down Daytona Beach’s Main Street on the final Saturday of Bike Week 2016. Bikes, babes, birds and more!

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

Daytona Bike Week, is a motorcycle event and rally held annually in Daytona Beach, Florida. Approximately 500,000 people make their way to the rally area for the 10-day event. The festivities include motorcycle racing, concerts, parties, and street festivals. The event is usually held on the first full week of March and contends with the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally as the most popular motorcycle rally in the United States. Read more »


San Diego Harley-Davidson Rider

San Diego Harley-Davidson Rider

San Diego Harley Rider Ol’ Bud 80 year old Harley-Davidson motorcycle rider. Bud has been riding Harley’s for 60 years!

You’d think that guys in their 80’s would be riding mobility scooters and not high powered Harley-Davidson motorcycles!

I think it’s always interesting to talk with the older generation of Harley-Davidson riders. Read more »


Motorcycle Accident Lane-splitting California

Motorcycle Accident Lane-splitting California

This is in California where motorcycle spitting is legal. Yes, its legal in California because its statistically safer than getting crunched between to cars.

In a total unbiased opinion, I think it’s the cars fault. he was illegally changing lanes out of the carpool into a pretty tight space (no reason to do that). Even if this wasn’t in CA, I still think it’s the cars fault. If it is in Ca then it is 100 percent the cars fault
Lane splitting has been proven to be safer. It keeps you out of possibility to get rear ended, which end up causing more injuries than crashes like this. There is evidence to this. In my opinion the rider was splitting a bit too fast, but that car obviously didnt look before they turned.

Motorcycle rider comments:

Drove this freeway every day for five years.
The orange crush.

Cars cannot pass the double yellow! Read more »