The best about a Harley is the one who rides it!
is proud to sponsor the View
Society, which is supporting
underprivileged children in Thailand. The society is recognized by the government of Germany. Donations are tax deductible.
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 Texas
He is working on Harleys 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 is does a great job, and for a very affordable price. Check out his facebook site with some beautiful choppers by clicking into the photo.
Harleys.de wishes you a decent and safe ride into 2016!
With this photo we show you how to avoid any accident
whatsoever! The core requirement: a lowrider. Click into the picture for a larger image.
Picture of the month:
lots of chrome, but still minor changes, like the
perforated double-disc brake in front, had been
added to this beautiful Super Glide from Delmenhorst
in Northern Germany. As there is this picture only
cannot tell you why the owner
removed the famous cowbell, as there is an electric
horn fitted in front on the frame. The thermometer
on the rear rocker box
could be removed and an oil cooler mounted. The bike still features the old style German number plate, also called "baking tray" Nowadays you can have a smaller one, which looks much better. Click into the picture to have a detailed view.
Quote of the month
Life should not be a journey
to the grave with the intention of arriving safely
in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to
skid in broadside, in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly
used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming,
'Wow! What a Ride! ~Hunter S. Thompson
Offroad across Central America
Truly an unforgettable adventure was the trip from La Ceiba, Honduras across Guatemala and Belize with Maya-Tours. Whoever has the chance, go for it!! You won't be disappointed, promised!
created a nice video, testing a Ducati
clocking more than 250km/h on a public road,
which was not closed for public traffic and
"sports" a speed limit of 90Km/h. Have a look
at their video
and think about the educational value of this
clip for our young riders.
Rust never sleeps
Always good for a surprise are these parties arranged by the Malek Team. Here is the tank and engine of an eyecatcher.
Click into the picture for more. The quality of the photos is not perfect due to a low battery in the camera.
.....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.