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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.
Let us know if you want us to feature your bike. Send a clear, crisp shot to: 
200 Broad Ave
Wilmington, CA 90744
Or E-Mail Bandit : Bandit@bikernet.com 

Bikernet Feature - 2016 Lucky’s Speed Shop Custom Motorcycle

An Exclusive to Bikernet to help a brother

By Lucky's Speed Shop
We are pleased to offer for the first time this professionally built bike from Lucky’s Speed Shop (LSS), a worldwide recognized builder who produces a very limited number of custom motorcycles.
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Hellbound For Leather—Indian Motorcycle's New-For-2017 Roadmaster Classic

A mashup of classic style and modern, luxurious touring amenities, this new touring model will take you places and will turn heads too

By Bikernet
Meet Indian Motorcycle's new Roadmaster Classic. This imposing touring bike takes the Roadmaster plaftorm to a whole new level with leather, technology, leather, chrome...and seemingly enough leather to impact Texas' cowhide supply chain.   Still paying ...
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The Ultimate Brat Style Chout

Two Indian Legacies Mated to Form a Classic

By Bandit Ball with photos by Michael Lichter
This turned into one of those stellar awakening motorcycle moments. Our major focus this round is this red Indian. To the naked, unknowing eye, it’s a classic slightly modified scout, but it’s way more. First, it started with 1940 Indian Chief motor and matching transmission.
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Reinventing an old wheel : Harley-Davidson Sportster 2017

“Cut Loose” says the Harley-Davidson advertisement for the new Roadster – the bike introduced as the 2017 Sportster. This H-D model has lasted forever from its introduction in 1957 to today.

By Ujjwal Dey
For many of us young ones with little cash and big hearts, we started our journey in motorcycling by getting our hands on a Sportster. It was affordable for the average Joe and soon became an entry model for anyone who was going to buy a Harley-Davidson. Its distinct styling and road-rep has carried it into its legendary 60th year in 2017 edition, surviving still in production.
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Hang On for the Latest Cafe Comission in Poland

By Chris Bienkiewicz
Hang on for the latest Game Over Cycles (Poland) Cafe Racer customized for Hard Rock Cafe restaurant and it's a bike combining motorcycle world with the world of music.
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Japanese Bike Show Rocks with Bikes

Photos by Mike Morgan
I have hundreds of photos I shot at Mooneyes 25th Anniversary Yokohama show. I was there shooting for Hot Rod and Road Kill, but they don't use bikes much, so let's rock on Bikernet...
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Hazardous Cycles Comes to Bikernet

The First Reader-Built Ride

By Bandit with help from the owner
The First Bikernet Reader-Built Ride This ‘49 Panhead built by Kenny D. the owner of Hazardous Cycles, started out as a purchased basket case from Mississippi.
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Custom USS Milwaukee-themed Softail to be Auctioned-Off to Benefit Military Families

Lockheed Martin Collaborates with Harley-Davidson on One-of-a-Kind Motorcycle

By Gregory S. Lester and Chaya Jacobs with photos by Lockheed Martin
This customized Harley-Davidson Softail Slim S model reflects the speed, power, and agility of the nation’s fifth Littoral Combat Ship, the USS Milwaukee.
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