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By Panhead Jim  I always enjoy a good motorcycle trip out to Tennessee…  Now getting to Tennessee from central North Carolina is just a long boring straight ride down I-40. There is always the option to take back roads, but when you are trying to run 500 miles in a day, sometimes you just have to suck it up and spend eight hours staring at the back of 18-wheelers and dodging mini-vans. These are the times when having rear suspension and a windshield don’t seem quite as lame, and I remember why I never quite get around to chopping my...

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The Cycle Showcase STL 2020 was held on February 1 - 2, downtown St. Louis on Delmar Avenue. The Pageant Theater had the honor, once again, of hosting the 6th annual event. As in the past, over 50 rare and custom bikes from all walks of the sport, including historically significant, hand-crafted works of two-wheeled art were brought in by museums and private collections from across the country.

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The One Motorcycle Show in Portland, Oregon was once again a must-see event. Now in its 11th year, Thor Drake and the See See Motor Coffee Company crew put together a killer show that put choppers, race bikes, rare antiques, resto-mods and everything in between on display.

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Article by Lisa Ballard Photo by Aaron Finnin  My first contact with Scott Hoepker was through this website back in 2009. Scott shared pictures of many of his custom painted helmets and gas tanks in the main forum and used the classified section to sell his wares. Then, at a time when everyone in the scene had a blog, Scott’s blog was one of the top five blogs listed in the side panels. Scott continues to use his blog today as a format for sharing beautiful bikes and women. Fast forward a few years, Scott and I crossed paths again...

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Although my bud Dan Carballo claims his insurance underwriting job isn’t that exciting, he knows what works when it comes to shovelheads.

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