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sep 26th 2012
Now guys, put your hands down.  We are so excited to be extending this offer to our WAPL listeners but Stocks Harley Davidson in Manitowoc is only interested in the ladies for their open position of Ms. Stock’s HD!  The requirements are a lady who loves motorcycles, isn’t shy, over 21 yrs old, and would like a $1000. 

Tana at Stock’s HD described the position as something not at all sleezy, you just get to be a part of the fun at dealership events for free.  Plus your $1000!

If you’re interested in participating email Tana at tanas@stockshd.com or you can fill out our biker blog form.

Hope everyone enjoyed a therapeutic ride after Monday night!  Ride safe!
posted by: Biker Blog at 4:35 pm Comment On This Post

sep 16th 2012
It’s September and that means the best time to ride is here.  The leaves are starting to turn colors and Wisconsin is one of the best places to ride and check them out.  Here’s a great link if you’re looking for roads to travel on.
http://motorcycleroads.com/Routes/Wisconsin_125.html

Also, the Stock’s Ride to Remember is still going on.  Here’s a picture from John who’s working on his poker hand and helping the Wisconsin Paralyzed Veterans of America.  There’s still time to join, check out the details at stockshd.com.



Looking at the leaves is great but keep your eyes on the road this fall and ride safe!
posted by: Biker Blog at 8:17 pm Comment On This Post

sep 7th 2012

I know, it’s really the 110th anniversary this year for Harley Davidson but it’s the 100th anniversary of a very important feature, the full floating saddle.  For the first ten years Harley’s were being made the seat was mounted directly to the frame and I can’t imagine that helped population growth amongst motorcycle riders if you know what I’m getting at.  From this point on it would be another 45 years before HD began to address the rear suspension.  The good news is they kept making the engines bigger and more powerful, so it seems like their priorities were straight.  Here’s one of those bikes, single cam engine with a top speed around 50 mph.



Enough history lessons though, if you’re looking for a place to ride this weekend we’ve got another good one with our friends at Stock’s HD.  This Saturday is the Hogs and Dogs ride.  It’s a $10 donation that goes to the Animal Benefit Society and gets you a chance at winning some prizes from Stock’s!  Registration starts at 9:30am and the ride is at 10.  More details can be found here (warning: cute dog photo that will make you feel guilty if you don’t go to the ride!).

Thanks for checking out the blog and ride safe!
posted by: Biker Blog at 9:26 am Comment On This Post