The best about a Harley is the one who rides it!
The best thing, which can
happen to you...
when you are in the situation to create
a photo like this one! Then you know,
you will be on the road soon, or put
proud to sponsor
children in Thailand. The society is recognized by the government of Germany. Donations are tax deductible.
| Picture of the month:
There she is. The immaculate 1942 Flathead
750cc by Christian Ahrens of Elsfleth, Northern
Germany. The bike was imported from Indonesia as a
piece of trash more than 20 years ago, and
completely rebuilt. It now features a Norton 4-speed
gearbox, an old style saddle, a Fat Boy fender, and
Glide rear wheel. The
pipes are home made and of stainless steel. As
Christian does not like to work on his bike during
his trips across Europe, he made everything up to
perfection. Even the magneto housing has a little
hole, for possible condensed water to evaporate. Who
does need a battery anyhow, and who will stop him
from roaming the flatlands of Northern Germany?
Our favorite road sign
This road sign was found by Chris Wagner on his motorcycle trip to to Mae Hong Son, west of Chiang Mai, close to the Burmese border.
Harleys.de suggests, that this should be the only road sign on country roads.
Seven years ago..
...it was on November 30th 2007 when Robert Craig Knievel, better known as Evel Knievel, died. He is the unforgotten hero of the Harley
world, who surprised us with
his fabulous stunts and lifestyle. He inspired
positive messages to the motorcycling community, and will always be
remembered. Click here to visit his
Rauchs Café and Bar
.....is the place for the those guys, who can't leave their bike home, and even ride in steady drizzle. Sure they know what to expect at Rauchs Café: the best coffee in the town of Bremen, Germany.