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New American Chopper series revs up

One of the most popular TV series about motorcycles, American Chopper, returns to Australian TV through the Discovery Channel in October 2018. The show that featured Paul Teutul Snr and Paul Jnr building custom choppers at Orange Country Choppers started in 2002 and ran for 223 episodes over 10 years with audiences …

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Is this the new Indian FTR 1200?

This image of what looks like a production-ready version of the coming Indian FTR 1200 motorcycle has been leaked to us. Indian Motorcycle confirmed in June that it would build the FTR 1200 next year and dealers tell us they are already taking orders from eager riders. This production-ready version …

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New Port and Hide leather gear for custom bike scene

Brisbane’s blossoming custom bike scene now has a new leather accessories brand, Port and Hide, which officially launched recently at Smoked Garage in the Valley. The brand specialises in handcrafted leather goods designed to fit custom, café-racer and classic-inspired motorcycles. Emerging scene Port and Hide co-founder Josh Bailey says the …

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New Bikes for 2018/19

Contributed post Retro is all the rage at the moment, with scooters, scramblers, bobbers and cafe racers from many manufacturers blending ultra-modern technology with classic styling from the past. But for those preferring their new bike to look like it’s a 21st century marvel there is also plenty of choice. …

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Sporty Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber Sport

Twin Ohlins shocks, fork gaiters, short screen, solo seat and new colours will be the sporty highlights of the new Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber Sport model.  The Mandello del Lario company issued only one photo of the new Sport model, but it is enough to see several changes. Interestingly, it …

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Harley-Davidson avoids politics at party

“Don’t let politics divide us,” a former Doobie Brothers guitarist told the crowd at the Harley-Davidson 115th Anniversary celebrations in Milwaukee at the weekend. It’s the height of rudeness to discuss politics at a party. So Harley executives have refused to talk politics, tariffs and President Donald Trump at their …

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