Dear Beantown Baggers, I have seen your post on about the ride-able bagger. I sure hope this is the way they go – a 30 wheel on any bike is stupid. I thought I would send in some pics of my Road Glide and though it’s still a work in progress, this is my take on a ride-able bagger. -Eric Lavoie Send your letters to firstname.lastname@example.org Now I just have to finish putting everything together. I’ll be adding shorter brake […]
On a recent fly and ride I had the chance to ride a completely stock 2012 Road King for a few hundred miles through the Blue Mountains of Australia. During this most enjoyable ride I thought about the pieces of a bike that could be changed, should be changed and absolutely need to be changed. After taking a few overzealous corners and failing to recover, as I’m accustomed, it was clear that suspension is the one thing that can make […]
Andrew Snow’s Winter Project – Entry 1 Beantown Bagger always likes to hear about local bike enthusiasts who pour their own blood, sweat and tears into their machines. One of these builders reached out to Beantown about a winter project to which he will subject his 2004 Harley Davidson Road King. Andrew Snow plans a major revamp of this classic bagger and he will be sharing pictures and stories throughout the entire process with the loyal readers of Beantown! To […]
We have just received the green light to post this information. Harley Davidson is releasing a liquid cooled CVO Ultra Limited with a 110 Cubic Inch Motor. Other features include a wireless Blootooth satellite radio voice recognition system, 300 Watt Sound System and 6.5″ Speakers. Reflex front and rear electronically linked abs brakes. When a rider slams on one break – both brakes automatically activate. Other models will be released at 8:30 CT.
Today is Sunday 8/4/2013. We arrived Salt Lake City last night around 2 AM and had planned on saddling up around 9 AM today for our trip to Red Lodge. This would be 550 miles including some of the hardest miles on the trip – Yellowstone and Beartooth pass. And then there were 8: Two of my friends with whom I had rode last year met us at 9 AM for our ride. Salt Lake City natives Bert and Jamie […]