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Bike Features

At last, Bandit gave us the go-ahead to reach out and find some choice bikes for the site. This area won't feature the same bikes that mags do. This will cover bikes with style and class, a few nicks, some for sale, others because of what they do, not how they look. The gallery begins with a selection of Bandit's bikes, from the broken and barely running, to some of the sweet rides of late.
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Dirty Bird Concepts' Custom Sprint Scout

Kuryakyn's Signature Series custom Indian Scout is loaded with agression and attitude

By Kuryakyn
The rebirth of the Indian Scout and introduction of the Scout Sixty delivered a fresh breed of powerful middleweight cruisers to the industry. And Kuryakyn’s new Sprint collection designed by John Shope of Dirty Bird Concepts takes the aggressively styled platform to a whole ’nother level.
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Indian Motorcycle To Return To Flat Track Racing With All-New FTR 750 Scout

The Indian Scout FTR750 features a high-revving 750cc V-twin, steel frame and a tight wheelbase

By Bikernet
Indian Motorcycle's launched its new Scout FTR750 flat track race bike at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. The event is the latest milestone in the historic return to professional flat track racing for Indian; the Scout FTR750 represents Indian Motorcycle’s bid to return to AMA flat track racing.
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BIKERNET FEATURE: The ’61 Triumph Classic

From a Basket to a Vintage Show Winner, even if the Wife Couldn't See the Vision

--by Chris Callen, and tweaking by Bandit, with photos by Peter Linney
Bikernet feature with the help of Cycle Source Magazine: He felt like getting into the building end of motorcycling. Then one night, while praising the almighty Craigslist he came across a deal he couldn’t pass up in Arizona. It was wheels, a frame and the motor from this T-100 and he could have it all for $750.
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The Amazing SHRUNKEN FXR Updated

Under the Tutelage of the Magnificent ARCH

By Buster Cates, Engineering Assistant, ARCH Motorcycles
I decided it was time to update the look of the bike as well as do some fine-tuning of a few mechanical items that I wanted to switch up a bit.
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First Look: 2016 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse

Introduced May 11, the Indian Chieftain Dark Horse is a blacked-out hard bagger that's designed as a plain platform to allow riders to get creative in customizing their Indian.

Edited By Bikernet
Introduced May 11, the Indian Chieftain Dark Horse is a blacked-out hard bagger that's designed as a plain platform to allow riders to get creative in customizing their Indian.
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Bikernet Special Report: Sonny Gets Nuttier

Sharknado Meets MadMax

Story and Photos by Paul Garson
Bikernet Special Report: For more than half a century, Sonny Nutter has been leaving his competition in the dust, on and off the track. In the process, “Sliden’ Sonny” bagged a ton of stories, and one of many focuses on racing at the famous Ascot Raceway located in Gardena, CA.
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Harley-Davidson Roadster Latest In The Dark Custom Stable

Focusing on a stripped-down look and nimble handling, Harley's new Sporty aims to inspire a new generation of riders to take to the streets

Edited By Bikernet
As the newest member of the Dark Custom lineup, Roadster combines modern performance and retro-inspired styling with premium suspension components, an air-cooled 1200cc V-Twin engine and a profile reminiscent of vintage racing motorcycles from the 1950s and 1960s.
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BIKERNET FEATURE: The Merc Motorcycle

Even the President of Saddlemen Seats Couldn’t Control the Outcome

By Bandit with photos by Markus Cuff
Do you know brothers who bought rigid frames and engines ten years ago and they still collect dust in the back of garages? Hopefully this story will make a bunch of guys feel better, and empower them to get off the dime and peel down the road with a completed scooter.
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