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This Town Welcomed Harley-Davidson In a BIG Way!

This Town Welcomed Harley-Davidson In a BIG Way!

Officials at Harley-Davidson and the townsfolk of Ryder have joined forces hoping to make the western North Dakota town the first in America to have all of its residents fully licensed as riders.  Mike Roach, leader of public relations for Harley-Davidson in the U.S., said 50 people signed up for a riding academy in the first three hours on Saturday, which he said was all of the eligible riders with a driver's license in the town of 85 people about 40 miles southwest of Minot. The other 35 residents are either too young or too old to ride. Roach, who got a key...

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Indian Motorcycle To Celebrate 50th Anniversary of Iconic Land Speed Record

Indian Motorcycle To Celebrate 50th Anniversary of Iconic Land Speed Record

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Munro’s iconic land speed record, Indian Motorcycle is teaming up with Kiwi road racer Lee Munro, Burt Munro’s great nephew, to recreate the historic run at Bonneville on August 13, 2017. “Motorcycling is about shedding boundaries and limitations to go beyond the norm, and there is no better example of that than Burt Munro,” said Reid Wilson, Indian Motorcycle marketing director. “Driven by unparalleled determination and a legendary passion for the pursuit, Burt Munro embodies the spirit of Indian Motorcycle, and we couldn’t be prouder to honor his legacy with an updated version of...

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Taos to honor late actor Dennis Hopper with motorcycle rally

Taos to honor late actor Dennis Hopper with motorcycle rally

TAOS, N.M. (AP) - The town of Taos is celebrating the life of the late actor and former resident Dennis Hopper. KRQE-TV in Albuquerque reports (https://goo.gl/HYITXN) that the northern New Mexico enclave will honor the life of the Hollywood star on May 17 with a motorcycle rally and ride, live music and screenings of Hopper's most famous films. Hopper moved to New Mexico in the late 1960s and directed the 1969 film Easy Rider, which parts were filmed in Taos Pueblo. He later lived at the Taos Mabel Dodge Luhan house. Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson proclaimed "Dennis Hopper...

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When You're A Little Too Excited About Your New Bike

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When You're A Little Too Excited About Your New Bike

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You're Now Entering the No Sex Zone

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You're Now Entering the No Sex Zone

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