It’s the 110th birthday of an American classic.
Richard Garbbe show’s off his custom art project “The Blade”, crafted from a ’98 Harley-Davidson Sportster and other made from scratch parts.
Deus Customs started with the Harley-Davidson Sportster and C&J Low Boy frame – the winning-most, mile-dirt-track chassis ever built – with the goal of converting it into a street legal café racer, using as many American parts as possible.
There are a ton of amazing events happening all the time now that spring is here. Unfortunately we can’t make it to all of them. The Hippy Killer Hoedown was one we had to miss, but it looked like an amazing time, packed with amazing vintage hot rods and wild custom motorcycles. Also, they had a van with a mustache.
So say you’re a filthy rich software engineer with money to burn, what’s the first thing you start buying? The usual answer is cars. Expensive, rare, beautiful cars. Now, what do you do with all these new toys? Well, obviously, you build a two-story, six-million dollar toy box with enough room for 9 parked buses and an elevator like they use on aircraft carriers.
Tickets for the UFC’s return to the Sunshine State go on sale Wednesday to UFC Fight Club members, Thursday to UFC newsletter subscribers and Friday to the general public. UFC on FX: Johnson vs. McCall is set for June 8 in the Fort Lauderdale suburb of Sunrise, Fla.
Meet Wil Thomas, an invited builder at Born Free 4 as he lays down some grounded talk about building bikes and respecting your roots. Wil is building a ’69 XLCH that I can’t wait to see! The show is coming up soon, June 28th, 2012.
The UFC has its home for the third FX card. After voting in the Harley-Davidson Hometown Throwdown, UFC on FX 3 heads to Fort Lauderdale, Fla. – the UFC’s first trip to the Sunshine State in more than three years.
There’s so much going on in the world of moto that you have to pick your battles (and trips) carefully. Our new series of monthly guides exposes the best-of-the-best organized events – the rest are up to you.
For almost 50 years, Willie G. Davidson has been the man behind Harley-Davidson’s iconic styling. It’s now been announced that as of April 30, 2012, the 78-year old will resign his post as Styling Chief.
Harley-Davidson is breaking down the barriers of stereotype with their new campaign, “E Pluribus Unum” and putting the focus back on real riders, not the images we have in our minds.