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HARLEY-DAVIDSON MUSEUM® HOSTS FOUR DAYS OF CUSTOMIZED FUN AND EXCITEMENT OVER LABOR DAY WEEKEND Free events all weekend include a first look at H-D’s 2013 models, a 110th Anniversary Kick-off Party, live music, group rides and some of the coolest customized motorcycles in the country.   – The Harley-Davidson Museum is the place to be this Labor Day weekend as it showcases some of the greatest customized motorcycles in the country during an expanded, three-day Custom Bike Show Weekend. Th...
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NEW MODELS AND NEW OPTIONS FROM HARLEY-DAVIDSON FOR 2013 110th Anniversary Editions, Hard Candy Custom Styling, and a Restyled Street Bob   MILWAUKEE – Harley-Davidson rolls into its 110th model year with a line of authentic American motorcycles that includes 110th Anniversary Editions of select Harley-Davidson® motorcycle models and a restyled Dyna® Street Bob® model. Harley-Davidson Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO)TM offers two new models, the CVO™ Breakout™, a high-performanc...
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BAD ASS BAGGSTER THE LITTLE BIG BIKE Chris Lees Baggster project is off and running. The motorcycle you see here started life as an 883 Harley-Davidson Sportster. After installing a big bore kit to bring the motor up to 1200cc (74 cubic inches), and having a few components either chrome plated or subjected to the Diamond Heads treatment, Baggster bodywork was replaced the OEM stuff. Raked triple clamps, and a 23 inch front wheel/tire assembly replaced the stock front wheel and tire...
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Crocker Motorcycle roars out of the past with custom replicas By Susan Carpenter, Los Angeles Times On Sunday, collector Michael Schacht will unveil the modern limited edition Crocker motorcycle, powered by an 80-cubic inch engine, made with 21st century metallurgy and performance engineering. It was 70 years ago that a tiny shop on Venice Boulevard in downtown Los Angeles produced its last motorcycle. At the time, Crocker Motorcycle Co. made the most powerful race bikes of any American ...
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