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Misc. Motorcycle Sites and On-line Magazines
Chopperwire Online Magazine This online
magazine from Melissa Komowski features exclusive interviews, biker forums,
contests, chopper gear and more. Melissa has built this site out of a labor of
love and a love of choppers.
Bikernet site. Feature Fiction by Bandit,
product reviews, some event coverage, sales.
Easyriders Online, an online version of
Motorcycle Consumer News is an
informational site, as they say, "Just the facts. No Advertising, No hype, No
AMA (American Motorcycle Association) is a
wealth of info
Dirty Ernie Many of you have seen his
photographs in different magazines and connect him with his Beatrice, NB.
byline, particularly in In The Wind Magazine.
Biker Eddy has a site, the World Wide Biker
Web with loads of links on it. There are links to clubs all over the world as
well as manufacturers / suppliers and biker events.
Big Daddy Rat's Rats Hole Show has been a
well attended event for years in Daytona and Sturgis. As of March 2000. Big
Daddy attracts some of the most unique motorcycles made anywhere. They come from
all over including Europe and Japan. Its also a great place to look at people!
Motorcycle Art, Photography and Museums
Barber Museum in Birmingham, AL
houses 38 Harleys (a number that is growing quickly) from their collection
of 650 motorcycles. A number of their bikes were loaned to the Gugenheim
Museum in New York City for the exhibition, the "Art of the Motorcycle"
Cruisin' Goods; Mike Mayers site of motorcycle (and other) art.
Segal Fine Art has the exclusive
Harley Davidson license for the art market. Originally they seemed to work
with Scott Jacobs, who was doing photo realistic paintings of Harley
Davidsons. Scott's work has been changing and he doens't only do
photorealistic work now. Segal's group of artists has grown over the last
few years. They represent several artists including David Uhl.
The Petersen Museum in Los Angeles is run by the LA County Museums.
Hopefully, they will continue to show bikes there.
Wheels Through Time Museum of Vintage Motorcycling
is a collection of more than 100 privately owned motorcyles tied in with
Dale's Harley Davidson in Mount Vernon, Illinois. The museum is free to
the public. Their web site as some good info on Harley Davidson history.
Joey Perse of Perse Performance has put an incredible company together
in just a few years. His product is being used by many of the most famous
builders. His front ends are where he got his start but he is producing a
lot more than that now.
To see the latest products from
Custom Chrome or find the nearest
dealer selling their parts.
S & S Cycle has been around for many
years making high performance carburetors and engine parts for American
motorcycles. Their web site has some tech tips as well as details about
Mid-USA, offers over 9,000 parts for
American made motorcycles. It is also the place to get Larry Curik's gas
powered bar stool if you decide to take up the sport of bar stool racing.
J&P Cycles has been in business for
over 20 years. You see them at an incredible number of events giving away
there big, fat catalogue. Its free if you live in Canada or the USA and
you can order it through their web site.
Perry Kime's Flo Head Works site. He
has a great little chart called the "Fun to Ride Guide" and the site is
all about practical performance for your HD. He has been in the business
for a long time and knows his stuff.
Harley Davidson, Inc., The Daddy of
them all. This is a great site and the one and only official site for the
motor company. There is a lot to see here.
Indian Motorcycle Company's site
shows their current model offerings and what is to come.
Big Dog Motorcycles out of Wichita,
KS seem to have done well with their line of big Twins.
Buell Motorcycles are for you if you
are looking for speed. This company has come on strong in the last few
years, especially since Harley invested in it.
Ducati Motorcycles have always had a
strong mystique and following. It was spectacular how the Gugenheim
Museum's show "the Art of the Motorcycle" ended with a prototype of their
F4 when it was just being introduced.
Panzer Motorcycles build an
interesting line of new bikes with new Panhead motors in them. They have
updated the motor using the best of ingredients.
Victory Motorcycles by Polaris came
into the market quietly a few years ago and I have a lot of respect for
them because of it.
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