It features a silver dollar on the timing
cover, and has some more to show. Detailed pictures in their
original size can be looked
at by clicking into
the silver dollar.
They will not do it again.
to the Corona crisis the Harley
Days of Hamburg are being cancelled for this
year. No dentists and Lawyers will show off
their shiny sleds. Buttons, badges and apparel
will not be on sale. The spirit of the freedom
on two wheels, which we all enjoy so much,
will not disappear in the exhaust fumes of
8.000 Harley riders. No riders will follow
their leaders like lemmings, as
the parade will not commence. If you
suffer from an inferiority complex or need to
brush up your ego, you have to find a
different venue to go to.
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
|Picture of the month:
Way down in the very South of Thailand one can find some interesting folks, like the Harley enthusiast and artist named Ban. He runs a successful T-Shirt business featuring his own individual designs. Harleys.de met him during the Big-Bike Fair in Khlong Hae. His ride is a single seated 883 cc 2010 Sportster. As a father of four kids, he is very busy to keep his shop running. Harleys.de
Seen in Ban Phru
This wonderful road
sign is located in a suburb of Hat Yai. It
reminds you, to speed up your vehicle,
Who is riding our
complaint during his career. For more than 40
years he runs this business together with his
son Roman and his brother George. 45s forever
is located on Berryessa Road in San Jose, CA.
is a proud
sponsor of the View
Society which supports underprivileged children
in Thailand. And you should too, as the new invoices for the upcoming school term are almost due. Every single donor will have constant access to the accounting online, and will exactly know how the money is being spent. The society is recognized by the government of Germany. Donations are tax deductible. Tell us, do you have barbwire in your pockets?