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jul 25th 2012
Here’s something a little different today.  Since the Harley 2013’s aren’t out yet, I thought we’d take a look at the 2013 Victory Judge.  If you’re interested in a really affordable cruiser this is a lot of bike for a good price.  It’s a shorter wheel base but there should be no comfort problems for a guy standing around 6’ tall or a even taller. The controls aren’t pushed to far forward so it’s manageable riding position. I’m also a big fan of the larger front tire, it makes a for a much smoother ride in my opinion and I prefer the look.  If you’re interested in reading even more on this bike here’s a link to a more in depth review.

Don’t forget, our sponsor, Stock’s HD, is having their Wine and Cheese garage party tomorrow night.  It’s going to be a perfect night for a ride so come on down!

We’ll get to another rider submitted pic in our next blog, if you’d like to have yours posted just send it through here.  Thanks for all that we have already!  Until next time ride safe!
posted by: Biker Blog at 3:23 pm Comment On This Post

jul 19th 2012
This week we’re going to showcase our first listener bike.  It’s from Josh in Wausau and it’s from his trip out to the west coast.  Josh shares this story from his trip…

“This first picture is from my trip to the west coast. The trip spanned two weeks and included stops in Omaha, Denver, Boise, Seattle, LA, back to Denver (in one day), Omaha, and ended back in Milwaukee where I promptly got my first speeding ticket of the trip just 20 miles from home.”

Thanks for sending it in Josh.  If you’d like to share a picture of your bike with everyone on click here and fill out the form.

Also, a reminder that if you’re looking for an excuse to go for a ride and get it to count as a date, Stock’s Garage Party is next Thursday the 19th with Wine and Cheese.  Thanks for checking out the blog, until next time shiny side up.
posted by: Biker Blog at 4:19 pm Comment On This Post

jul 11th 2012
Well I don’t know about anyone else, but this time of year I get really excited to see what Harley Davidson is going to come out with for their new 2013 models.  To cope with that excitement I’d like to look at a few of my favorite 2012 models.  This week I’ll start with one of the more entry level bikes from the Sportster family, the Seventy-Two. 

When I look at this bike I’m immediately drawn to the ape hanger handlebars and the peanut tank.  It’s an awesome retro look that makes me nostalgic for some of the older sportsters, but anybody who’s ridden one pre 2004 before the rubber mounted engines knows that feeling doesn’t last long.  Anyway, if you’re looking for an entry level bike with character this would definitely be my recommendation.  The 1200 cc engine is strong enough on the small bike to give some great torque and the wider seat still makes this bike comfortable for a longer ride.  The Sportster’s seem to be getting major overhauls ever year, anybody have any guesses on where the 2013’s might be headed?  Are you happy with the changes? 

Don’t forget, we’re going to start highlighting listener bikes starting next week.  If you haven’t gotten your picture in yet click here to submit it and tell us about your bike or a great ride.

Until next time, shiny side up!
posted by: Biker Blog at 10:15 pm Comment On This Post

jul 3rd 2012
Happy early 4th of July all.

If you don't have any plans this Saturday I wanted to make sure everyone knew about The King Run coming up on July 7th.  The ride starts and finishes at Headliners Bar in Neenah, you can find all of the details here.

If you are taking your bike out to see some fireworks over the next couple days please let us know where or give us some pictures or your ride to share when we get back after the 4th!  You can share them with us by filling out the form here. 

If you know of any good places to ride and watch the fireworks please share them with everyone here.
Until next time, ride safe and shiny side up!

posted by: Biker Blog at 2:00 pm Comment On This Post