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Indian Names Semi Finalists for Scout Bobber Build-Off Competition

The Wrench: Scout Bobber Build Off

by Fiorella Bergandi
Indian Motorcycle has announced the semi-finalists of The Wrench: Scout Bobber Build Off contest. Sketches and renderings from 12 non-professional builders are posted and available for a fan vote until April 19. Fans can vote daily. After voting closes on the 19th, three finalists will be announced on April 24.
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Here’s Why Bandido Jake Will Remain a Free Man

Provided by MPP
The first trial of Christopher Jacob Carrizal has come to an end. As an expert consultant to his defense, the MPP refrained from releasing anything related to the trial in an attempt to avoid any negative impact or potential conflicts of interest. But the trial is now over and it’s time to speak the truth.
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To The Friends I Love & Miss

The Family Disease Of Addiction

By Betsy Huelskamp
My name is Betsy Huelskamp and I am NOT an alcoholic. In fact, I have not had a drink since I was a sophomore in college ~ 37 years ago!
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A FIRST, Scott Jacob’s Art Retreat

Bikernet Sends Young Artist to Capture Scott’s Realism Secrets

By Frank Ball Jr. with photos by the SJ crew
I asked what sparked the idea of throwing this art retreat event, to which Scott said it was his daughter Olivia's idea; she brought it up a week or two after his accident that occurred on September 11th, 2016.
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Peanut Butter and Harley-Davidson
By Bandit
  As usual when I visit my 78-year-old mom, she slips me clippings of stories she reads about motorcycles. As she slid this one onto the desk, I noticed that it was the same one Earl McNeely sent me from federal prison in Texas. When I was in Vietnam, my mom sent me clippings abou...
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Dubbed “The Mother Road” by John Steinbeck, this iconic highway has inspired generations of Americans to take to the open road and go traveling.

By Trina Kaye
Times may have changed, but Route 66—the highway some folks believed was dead and gone—is alive and kicking like never before. One book gives you everything you need to know about this iconic highway.
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Vintage Rally 2017 and New Museum Exhibits

Headliners, Swap Meets and Parts

By National Motorcycle Museum
Information on new museum exhibits as well as the latest information on Vintage Rally 2017
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The First Biker Wedding Performed at the Intergalactic Headquarters of Bikernet.com

Bikernet first! Their everything!

Written by Bandit - Photo Credits: Beth Ross-Huck, Henry Aparacio, DC Henderson, and so many other friends and family of the bride and groom.
Biker weddings are like booze: they come in many different flavors, tastes, and strengths. Wild weddings have rocked bars, clubhouses, and campgrounds. Vows have been voiced from sacred passages in Harley shop manuals.
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