Crusher, the new Performance Division of Kuryakyn is the latest development from the leading designer and manufacturer of aftermarket parts and accessories for the motorcycle industry.
“2014 marks our 25th anniversary,” explains Küryakyn President Holger Mohr. “We have started this new division as one of the first steps in following the initiatives we’ve laid out for our next 25 years. Wrapping our years of proven customer service, design innovation and customer loyalty around a truly performance dedicated team is a powerful thing,” finishes Mohr.
New product development is already in full swing. The brand-new made in America, Maverick 4” Slip-Ons and 2-Into-2 exhaust systems debut in Sturgis. The Maverick series’ distinct precision machined billet aluminum tips with a matte black high-temp ceramic coating complement the existing product line perfectly and fills the void in the marketplace for stylish, premium, high-quality, performance exhaust products; validating the slogan: Defining Style within Performance.
Crusher Performance www.crusherperformance.com
A Concept Store and a Merger between RSD and P-16 (or Powerplant)
On Friday, July 11th Yaniv Evan of Powerplant Motorcycles and Roland Sands of Roland Sands Design opened the doors of their new concept store to 500 of their closest friends.
The longtime friends wanted to create a retail space for anyone who loves being on two wheels. Roland’s complete line of RSD Apparel and motorcycle accessories will be available for purchase and special order.
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One Crazy Year Reaching for the Salt.
This has been a scramble, and not exactly on time, but we’ve moved forward and the whole scenario is working out perfectly. We’ll see in about a week. If you believe in anything, you believe in your efforts to make your dreams come true. So pray, work hard, check the alignment of the stars, work harder, have some gypsy check your tarot cards, work even harder, and rub Buddha’s belly. Whatever it takes to keep you moving forward.
Results from the show.
At Biker Pros we put on custom bike shows across the country with the objective to support the industry and keep customizing alive and well in the USof A. Our 2015 series kicked off in Sturgis and will visit 13 cities and award over $90,000 in cash and prizes.
On Tuesday, August 5, 2015, I was up early and in Downtown Sturgis prepping for the Ultimate Builder show on Wednesday. As I walked down Main Street I noticed a guy snoring as loud as a chain saw on a booth table.
Nikos was on a tour of Europe when his motorbike was stolen from Cork city, early on Saturday morning. He was planning on heading to the Ring of Kerry (Ireland) on the day it was taken.
“We just parked up the motorcycle for a few hours because we came very late at night, at around 11:30, and we would be up early the next morning to do the Ring of Kerry.”
It was later found in a river in Cork city, about 300 metres from the hostel he was staying in with his girlfriend. The biker is now planning to end his holiday early and return to Greece – where he lives.
He told RTÉ’s Liveline how, ”We just didn’t want to continue after something like that, it wouldn’t feel right.”
He described how the biker community in Cork offered him a motorcycle to finish his trip but that he wouldn’t feel comfortable with that.
We all know that riding a motorcycle on the open road is a rather risky activity to begin with. The danger increases when we have to deal with distracted car and truck drivers. Many drive while texting, eating, drinking, smoking, and more. That is a recipe for disaster and an ever increasing concern for all motorcycle operators.
The GearBrake module detects deceleration not just from braking, but deceleration…..backing off the throttle, down shifting, braking, etc. GearBrake detects it and automatically makes the brake lights begin flashing.
More information here.