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Hurricane Irma Not Strong Enough To Dampen Spirit Of Tourism In Daytona Beach

Hurricane Irma Not Strong Enough To Dampen Spirit Of Tourism In Daytona Beach

Biketoberfest® 25th Chrome Anniversary October 19-22 is on! DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (September 21, 2017) – Two weeks after Hurricane Irma worked its way up the center of the state of Florida, the Daytona Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) says the area’s tourism industry is recovering swiftly. “Tourism is a significant economic engine in […]

Lakota Heritage Ride And Celebration

Lakota Heritage Ride And Celebration

Article & Photos By: Kelly Quinn aka Throttle Girl Originally Published In The December 2016 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine It’s no doubt riders have a special place in their heart for Sturgis and what it means to them; for me, in addition to seeing friends and riding some of the best roads in the […]

Supafly Pan

Supafly Pan

Article By: Roadside Marty Photos By: Carsten Fritzen Originally Published In The December 2016 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine Have you ever seen a bike that just “looks” right? One that you look over several times trying to find something that you would personally change if it was yours? Well, after seeing this beautiful Pan […]

S&S Track Day At The Sturgis Dragway

S&S Track Day At The Sturgis Dragway

Article By: Joe Mielke Originally Published In The November 2016 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine For the last couple of years S&S has hosted a Demo Ride Day during the Sturgis Rally. The intent of the day is to allow customers the opportunity to feel the power of the S&S T124 and T143. Not something […]

BMR Backyard Banger

BMR Backyard Banger

Article By: Panhead Frank Originally Published In The September 2016 Issue Of Cycle Source  Magazine After coming off of a really hard winter, all that was streaming out of the motorcycle chamber of my mind was the Big Mountain Run (BMR). There cannot be a BMR without a Gypsy Tour and there can’t be a […]

Gettin’ It Covered

Gettin’ It Covered

With Led Sled’s Pan Style Rocker Boxes for XL’s Article And Photos By: Matt Reel Originally Published In The September 2016 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine While many of us have known this little motorcycle secret for a while more and more people seem to be figuring it out lately, “the Harley Davidson Sportster platform […]

Hardtailing With Voodoo Vintage

Hardtailing With Voodoo Vintage

Article & Photos By: Daniel Donley – www.pandemoniumcustomchoppers.com Originally Published In The September 2016 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine I had a local guy stop by the shop, wanting to know if I could put a hardtail on his old Ironhead Sportster. He had an old bolt on hardtail that he didn’t like the lines of. […]

Sturgis Buffalo Chip® 2017 Motorcycles As Art Exhibit “Old Iron – Young Blood” Draws Next Generation Of Motorcycling’s Masters

Sturgis Buffalo Chip® 2017 Motorcycles As Art Exhibit “Old Iron – Young Blood” Draws Next Generation Of Motorcycling’s Masters

A new generation is shaping the industry, and they are ready to show what they can do. Sturgis, SD (May 4, 2017) An incredible group of young builders and artists who have been inspired by the iron stylings of previous generations will be creating new works that reflect the attitude and attributes of the present […]

Collection Of ‘Roaring 20s’ Bikes Found On Berkshire Farm For Auction At ‘No Reserve’ With H&H Classics At National Motorcycle Museum

Collection Of ‘Roaring 20s’ Bikes Found On Berkshire Farm For Auction At ‘No Reserve’ With H&H Classics At National Motorcycle Museum

The first H&H Classics sale at its prestigious new venue – the National Motorcycle Museum on June 2nd– offers a complete collection of mainly 1920’s era bikes with a focus on lightweights. The whole collection is in at ‘No Reserve’. Many of the bikes from ‘The Home Farm Collection’ are getting close to a century […]

DEI Announces 2017 Race Sponsorship Program Details Open To All Grassroots Racers – Auto And Powersports

DEI Announces 2017 Race Sponsorship Program Details Open To All  Grassroots Racers – Auto And Powersports

Avon Lake, Ohio (March 13, 2017)…Design Engineering invites racers from all series and level of participation to become a member of TEAM DEI. The Team DEI sponsorship program includes all levels and series of grassroots racing and all vehicles – truck, car, kart and powersports. As a member of Team DEI, sponsored participants receive discounted […]

ALL-NEW BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for November 10, 2016

ALL-NEW BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for November 10, 2016

News from MotorTrends, the Center for Public Integrity, Indian, Progressive, S&S, Revival, Klockwerks, JIMS, Le Pera and Mo’ By Bandit, Bob T, Rogue, Ujjwal Dey, Chris Kranzler, Ray Russell, Uncle Monkey and the rest of the Bikernet crew 11/10/2016 Wow, Was that election something? I’ve never seen two people or two staffs work so hard […]

Project X-Wedge

Project X-Wedge

Article By: Wink Eller Photos By: Lisa Ballard Originally Published In The September 2012 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine I feel compelled to set this up a little bit. It was years ago when S&S first released the X-Wedge engine that I was immediately impressed with it, but it was just two short years ago […]

Streamliners, A New Exhibition Presented By J&P Cycles Opens June 14th, 2016

Streamliners, A New Exhibition Presented By J&P Cycles Opens June 14th, 2016

STREAMLINERS A New Exhibition at the National Motorcycle Museum Anamosa, Iowa Opening June 4, 2016 Allstate Motorcycle  STREAMLINERS presented by J&P Cycles Exhibit Opening June 4, 2016 at the National Motorcycle Museum, Anamosa, Iowa The Story of STREAMLINERS MOTORCYCLE LAND SPEED RECORD COMPETITION A Call for Motorcycles for this New Exhibition     The great Vincent tuner […]

Kyle Shorey of Speed Foundry builds custom Softail Harleys

Chaos Cycles’ Lot Lizard

Chaos Cycles’ Lot Lizard

Article By: Lemme Photos By: Mark Velazquez Originally Published In The May 2012 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine In an industry such as this, ruined by mainstream media and exploited by every talentless, mouth breather with a terrible idea, you have the masses wandering aimlessly in and out of shops making ridiculous inquiries into every […]

Biker Book Shelf

Biker Book Shelf

Originally Published In The March 2012 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine Each year we set aside this small space to give credit to those who put our lifestyle, projects and craft into the written word. After all, there is nothing more telling of any civilization as the volumes of recorded history that it leaves behind. […]

American Badass – Shaun’s Trailer Trash Panhead

American Badass – Shaun’s Trailer Trash Panhead

Originally Published In The June 2012 Issue Of Cycle Source Article By: Lemme Photos By: Chris Callen Roadside, Darren, Mike, and I made it to Daytona, despite Darren’s stator melting into a pile of noncharging plastic and wires, but not before Mother Nature took a huge shit on us. I was in the Green Dragon […]

A Compilation Of Methods Used By Three FullTime Motorcycle Drifters- Part 1

A Compilation Of Methods Used By Three FullTime Motorcycle Drifters- Part 1

Published In The November 2013 Issue Of Cycle Source Article & Photos By: Scooter Tramp Scotty There was a time when the pressures of everyday life seemed like an endless drone that would hold me prisoner until the final breath. Then came the dream: Screw the bills; to hell with the boss; goodbye alarm clock; […]

S&S Cycle – 55th Anniversary

S&S Cycle – 55th Anniversary

Article By: Steve Jones Originally Published In The August 2013 Issue Of Cycle Source  Magazine The pressure is on now! Eighteen days and counting until we need to pack up our S&S 55th build and head out to La Crosse for the anniversary festivities. Add the extra pressure of final exams and projects for all […]

Tig Welding Tips N’ Tricks

Tig Welding Tips N’ Tricks

Article By: Will Ramsey – Faith Forgotten Choppers Originally Published In The April 2013 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine This tech article is intended to be an introduction and simplification of selecting and preparing a tungsten electrode for welding. There are a lot of guys (and some gals) out there just starting to mess around […]

Belmar Best Of Show

Belmar Best Of Show

Article By: McGoo Photos By: Hannah Longo Originally Published In The April 2013 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine As I was out on a promotional mission for the Belmar motorcycle show, my wife and I pulled into one of the local bike nights. The place is usually packed, but this particular night the weather was […]

Faribault Harley – The 35th Anniversary

Faribault Harley – The 35th Anniversary

Article And Photos By: Milwaukee Mike Originally Published In The May 2013 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine After leaving the Knuckle Shuffle 2 in June of last year, my friend Justin Kane started telling me about an event that he had been brewing in his head for a year or better. The event was going […]

Blackberry Smoke Invades Daytona Bike Week 2016

Blackberry Smoke Invades Daytona Bike Week 2016

Friday March 4, 2016 Blackberry Smoke is set to take the stage at Jesters Live. A cool $20 bucks will get ya in to see Blackberry Smoke AND Buckcherry. GET YOUR TICKETS NOW! Blackberry Smoke one of America’s hottest live rock ‘n’ roll outfits, as well as a grass-roots phenomenon with a large and fiercely loyal fan […]

Buckcherry Live During Daytona Bike Week

Buckcherry Live During Daytona Bike Week

BUCKCHERRY & BLACKBERRY SMOKE Enjoy an All American night of rock where two headliners meet to shake the roof at Jesters Live. Buckcherry exude a sleazy, sexy hard rock vibe that pays homage to classic rock ‘n’ roll tenets: decadence, excess and loose women. Formed in 1995 by frontman Josh Todd and guitarist Keith Nelson in […]

East Coast Gypsy Run

East Coast Gypsy Run

Originally Published In The April 2015 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine At the beginning of September falls a run like no other. It’s a challenging run that tests your limits. A run like no other that makes stories, new friends, and memories that last a life time. The Gypsy Run was created by Walter Gemeinhardt, […]

Is Your Chrome Leaving Home?

Is Your Chrome Leaving Home?

Originally Published In The May 2015 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine Over the past few weeks The Cycle Source office has been receiving a rash of desperate phone calls from builders looking to resource their chrome plating needs. Two major sources of Chrome Plating service providers: Browns of Paducah, KY and Chrome Masters have gone […]

A Day At The Museum

A Day At The Museum

Cycle Source Takes A Day In The Harley Archives Article By: Rob Keller Photos By: Chris Callen Originally Published In The May 2015 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine A trip to Milwaukee Wisconsin would not be complete without visiting 400 W Canal Street. This is the home of all things Harley Davidson. This hallowed ground consisting […]

Heads For Knucks

Heads For Knucks

Article And Photos By: S&S Cycles Originally Published In The February 2015 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine In this article we’re looking at how a product is manufactured, specifically S&S cylinder heads for knuckleheads. But first a little background. Flathead Power was originally a Swedish company that made parts for vintage Harley® engines. The company […]

Davenport

Davenport

Article And Photos By: Darren McKeag Originally Published In The November 2014 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine It was an early Thursday morning, very early by my standards and I woke to the flickering of my bedroom lights and a voice I’ve known for 47 years. I had found myself up late the night before, […]

Sturgis Family Vacation

Sturgis Family Vacation

Article By: Chris Callen Originally Published In The November 2014 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine With all the responsibilities that the Sturgis rally holds for us, it’s sometimes hard to remember what a great part of the country this is to ride a motorcycle or just to be and experience. That’s why this year it was […]

What You Didn’t Know

What You Didn’t Know

Willie Jones Name: Willie Jones Age: 60 Business: Tropical Tattoo Inc. I was born in Daytona Beach, Fl and started riding bikes when I was 15. My first bike was a Honda, next I got an XLCH and then it was on! Harley’s were in my blood, even though all my older brothers rode Triumphs. […]

Son Of The Beach

Son Of The Beach

Article And Photos By: S&S Cycles Originally Published In The July 2014 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine S&S Cycle generally brings a couple of motorcycles to the rallies to show off their parts, and of course it’s a lot easier to get people excited about your stuff if it’s on a cool looking ride, instead […]

J&P Give-A-Way Bike

J&P Give-A-Way Bike

Article By: Tyler Ludlow Originally Published In The September 2014 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine –J&P is proud to welcome Paul and BKC to their catalog, with more than 10k items available, for the completion of the J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Giveaway. Zach Parham, General Manager of J&P, is excited to see the to know, it’s […]

Ready To Roll?

Ready To Roll?

Article By: Daniel Donley – Pandemonium Custom Choppers – www.pandemoniumc2.com Originally Published In The April 2014 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine Are you ready for the upcoming riding season? I know I am, and you probably are too. It’s been a long, snowy winter! Now just because I say that I am ready doesn’t mean […]

Trans Case Repair

Trans Case Repair

Repairing A Cracked 4-Speed Harley Transmission Case Article And Photos By: Faith Forgotten Choppers – www.faithforgotten.com Originally Published In The April 2014 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine This month’s tech article will discuss the process of repairing a cracked 4 speed Harley transmission case. This transmission case is made of cast aluminum and presents some unique […]

Dirty Sanchez – Bad Chad’s Gangster Build

Dirty Sanchez – Bad Chad’s Gangster Build

Published In The January 2014 Issue Of Cycle Source Article By: Mitch Modine Photos By: David Thompson John Dodson of Gangster Choppers in Richmond, VA has a beautiful 2500 sq ft retail store with a 5000 sq ft repair shop that caters to all motorcycle types. They have been in business since 1999, and John has […]

Super Cycles Shovel

Super Cycles Shovel

Published In The February 2014 Issue Of Cycle Source Article & Photos By: Grizzly Danny from Ghent, Belgium, loves choppers so much that he has a complete collection. He owns — I kid you not — almost thirty of them! This industrial looking gooseneck Shovel is the one that was most recently built. When I first […]

Green Manalishi – A Bitchin Shovel

Green Manalishi – A Bitchin Shovel

Published In The August 2015 Issue Of Cycle Source Article By: Matt Reel Photos By: Carsten Fritzen When Carsten Fritzen bought a basket case project in 2012 his plan was to ride it to the Smoke Out the next year. In his newly acquired boxes of goodies was a Santee frame, a wide glide front […]

Mixing & Matching – Retro Fitting A CV Carb On A Shovel Head – Part Two

Mixing & Matching – Retro Fitting A CV Carb On A Shovel Head – Part Two

Published In The December 2014 Issue Of Cycle Source Article & Photos By: Will Ramsey – Faith Forgotten Choppers – faithforgotten.com This is the second installment of a two part tech article on retro fitting a CV carb to a shovelhead motor. In the first article we fabricated a new intake manifold by welding a machined adapter to […]

Lets Get Tanked – Building An Oil Tank Kit

Lets Get Tanked – Building An Oil Tank Kit

Published In The December Issue Of Cycle Source Article By: Daniel Donley At Pandemonium Custom Choppers www.pandemoniumc2.com This month I am going to show you how to build a D.I.Y Oil Tank Kit for American V-Twin commonly found on the internet. This kit is pretty nice it comes with a billet aluminum cap and your oil […]

Hanky Panky – Best Of MtnFest

Hanky Panky  – Best Of MtnFest

Featured in the December 2014 Issue of Cycle Source Article By: Matt Reel   Photos By: Kerri Schindler Something people may not know about motorcycle builders is a lot of them don’t have personal bikes. If they do often it’s not some fancy show quality chopper with all kinds of hand fabbed pieces. Instead it’s a […]

Faith Forgotten Choppers On Fabricating Handlebars

Faith Forgotten Choppers On Fabricating Handlebars

A Lesson In Symmetry Article and Photos by Will Ramsey – Faith Forgotten Choppers – faithforgotten.com Originally Published In The January 2015 Issue of Cycle Source Magazine. I’ve received quite a few questions over the last year about the handlebars that I built for Tight & Shallow. So many questions in fact that I have done […]

Nightrider: New Jewelry + Denver Store Now Open

Nightrider: New Jewelry + Denver Store Now Open

Introducing the newest additions to the NightRider collection, the Ari ring and Ari necklace. Handcrafted in the USA with solid .925 silver, both pieces feature an elegant sideways cross design and are available with or without genuine moissanite pavé gemstones. Our Denver store is now open, just in time for the holidays! Visit our brand […]

Woody Announces First for 2016

Woody Announces First for 2016

News from the President of the Buffalo Chip: Good Morning! This is an exciting time of year–the start of many weeks and months in which Buffalo Chip fans are eager to hear which of their favorite bands will be performing next summer. I realize many of you plan your vacations around our annual motorcycle and music festival, […]

The Day They Went Back To The Future!

The Day They Went Back To The Future!

As most of you may already know, today is the legendary day where Marty Mcfly, Jennifer Parker, and Doc Brown travel to today’s exact date, October 21st, 2015, in the movie Back To The Future II. Now you may be wondering why we, a motorcycle magazine, are telling you about this, and I’ll tell you. […]

Sin City Gallery Rolling Into Vegas BikeFest

Sin City Gallery Rolling Into Vegas BikeFest

The Sin City Art Gallery is on the road and heading into Las Vegas as we speak. For the third year in a row some of the countries top motor culture artists will be on hand during Las Vegas BikeFest exhibiting their art and painting live. Here’s a quick run down of some of the […]

Harley Racers Take Two Podium Spots At Springfield Mile

Harley Racers Take Two Podium Spots At Springfield Mile

Mees Snags Second Place and Holds GNC1 Points Lead; Johnson Places Third SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Harley-Davidson® Screamin’ Eagle® Wrecking Crew rider Jared Mees finished second in a thrilling race on the Springfield Mile and in doing so keeps a grip on the season points lead in the AMA Pro Harley-Davidson GNC1 presented by Vance & […]

Headline Entertainment For The 2015 Las Vegas BikeFest Is……

Headline Entertainment For The 2015 Las Vegas BikeFest Is……

  Presented by: Friday Night   Bring your Aqua Net and spandex and enjoy the sounds of 80’s rock from Slaughter, Vixen and Steelheart.    Saturday Night  Paul Rodgers Don’t miss the classic tunes of Singer, Song-Writer, Musician, Producer Paul Rodgers.  Founding member of Bad Company, Free and The Firm. Tickets for both concerts are […]

Twenty-Four AMA National Championships Awarded At AMA Hillclimb Grand Championship

Twenty-Four AMA National Championships Awarded At AMA Hillclimb Grand Championship

PICKERINGTON, Ohio — More than 195 motorcycle and ATV hillclimbers faced off at the 2015 AMA Hillclimb Grand Championship, held Aug. 8-9 in Waterford, Ohio. At the conclusion of the weekend, 24 champions were crowned in various competition classes. “The Pioneer Motorcycle Club put together a phenomenal hill for our competitors to tackle,” said AMA […]

Harley-Davidson Ignites Presence For 75th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

Harley-Davidson Ignites Presence For 75th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

MILWAUKEE – (July 16, 2015) – From a chain cutting-rally kickoff to the last demo ride, sparks will fly as Harley-Davidson® takes over the city of Sturgis to kick off the 75th Sturgis® Motorcycle Rally® with a new line-up of activities. The start of one of the biggest rallies in U.S. history will be commemorated […]

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