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Ride to Work Day 2015: Commuting 101

At one point in your life, you’re going to have to commute to work. It’s going to happen. You can try to control travel time and the miles, but you are going to have to wake up one morning, slug down a cup of coffee, run out of the house and, well, here’s the interesting point:

Ride to Work 2015You can take the monotonous route and jump in a car or truck, continue the creature comforts that you work for each day, or maybe take a minute or two longer and take the bike to work.

International Ride to Work Day is tomorrow, June 15, always the third Monday in June, and it’s … Continue Reading

Harley Engines: Don’t Get Bored With Bores Ever Again

Man, oh man. The weather turned beautiful here in Anamosa—70 degrees, sunshine and just a touch of wind. Bikes are starting to come out from winter storage, and more and more people are itching to get out on the road. As we begin April, let’s dive into what makes up these engines.

Eastwood Engine Bore GaugeThere are so many things happening these days when it comes to engines, it’s hard to keep up. The standard engine rolling off the H-D line is the 103 cubic inch (ci) Twin Cam, with the CVO line getting a 110 ci Twin Cam.

This is not news; the 103 ci became standard in almost all Big Twins … Continue Reading

2015-04-15T14:41:32+00:00 By |How-To Articles|3 Comments

Harley Engines: Overview of Upcoming Series

As a new riding season is getting started, we will be rolling out a new series of blogs focusing on Harley Engines. In the upcoming weeks, we’ll provide you with a focused series describing personal experiences with the soul of these iron horses.

Panhead EngineSome of the things we’ll dive into are what makes these engines so iconic—there is certain feeling you get when you ignite a motor you’ve stripped down, be it from a dead-in-the-water wasted afternoon, or a complete overhaul to turn a once stock engine into a fire breathing beast.

We will be covering all the motors from 1936 to present and encourage you to send us … Continue Reading

2015-04-14T16:16:50+00:00 By |How-To Articles|3 Comments