The best about a Harley is the one who rides it!
the prophets of doom, the
Harley Days of Hamburg will happen again. Dentists
and Lawyers will show off their shiny sleds.
Buttons, badges and apparel will be on sale as ever.
The spirit of the freedom on two wheels, which we
all enjoy so much, will disappear completely
when 200 or more Harleys ride
in a parade. Can you
imagine to watch 30.000 folks most of them with an
Going southbound, not having the time to cruise all the way down from Germany? Don't worry. If you have some cash or may be your good old friend has some, get your bike on the German "Autozug". Enjoy a
night with a hot shower and some decent red wine. After a nights ride you will be in Narbonne in the South of France, from where you can easily cross the Pyrenees and thump into Spain. If you compare the price with the savings you made wasting gas on highways and an additional overnight stay or two, it is worthwhile, not to mention the constant rattling, which reminds you of your sled and lets you sleep just perfectly.
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.
Quote of the month
The Harley's got a little too much torque when it comes to jumping.
Dedication, that's all you need..
...and some folks out there, they just have it. One of those is Troy Nicholson the owner of Lightning Cycle Works in
is working on Harley's for more than 30 years. He
despises the clinical hygiene of those licensed
dealers, and their prices, usually only being called
up in the houses of pleasure. With his friendly
attitude and his knowledge, he will convince you to
leave your bike there for that little extra service
or repair job. You won't be disappointed. He does a
great job, and for a very affordable price. Check out
his facebook site with some beautiful choppers by
clicking into the photo.
in the make?
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