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Cantina Episode 90: Covid Threat
Forces Bandit to Make a Move

NEW HARLEY BOOM AUDIO HELMET
Music to My Ears

SCRAMBLED BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for September 17, 2020
We're Headed in Lots of Directions

5-BALL RACING BONNEVILLE SPONSOR PROGRAM FOR 2020
Be a Part of the Salt Torpedo, World's First Streamlined Trike Effort

NEW BIKERNET ADVERTISING PROGRAM FOR THE ROARING '20S
New, Less Expensive Advertising Opportunities

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The Stats Behind The Content

Bikernet Testimonials
A Few Good Words About Bikernet



In The Cantina


WHACKY BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for July 7th, 2020
We are Living in the Best of Times, but some folks don't like it...

Sam's Picks for the Week of September 7, 2020
With a Bandit's Life Test Story Line

MICHAEL LICHTER HEAVY METTLE SHOW
Motorcycles and Art with Moxie in Sturgis 2020

NUTS BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for September 3, 2020
It may be crazy, but we're still living in the best of times..

Keep Cruising with Cruz Tools and Bandit's Dayroll
Cruz Tools for Classics

STURGIS HALL OF FAME BREAKFAST 2020 Concerns
Well when I found out that my sister by another mother Vicki Sanfelipo was getting inducted that changed everything

FREEDOM RALLY BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for August 27th, 2020
Freedom Works with News from all over the Industry and World

BORN TO RIDE REVIEWED, AGAIN!
A 2011 Easy Rider Knockoff

Good Tidings from Sam and the Bikernet Monk
A beautiful story is told about a great mystic, Nagarjuna

RIDE TO STURGIS 2020
Things Do Not Always Go As Planned

RACE OF GENTLEMEN GALLERY
The Greatest Show on Earth

NCOM Biker Newsbytes August 2020
from National Coalition of Motorcyclists

STRONG BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for August 20th, 2020
Bikers Are an Amazingly Strong Group and Understand the Benefits of Freedom

RALLY BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for August 13th, 2020
So Far, So Good and Rockin'

Sam's Picks for the Week, August 11, 2020
Hot Bikes, Hot Babes and News from Sturgis

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WHACKY BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for July 7th, 2020
We have news from Harley-Davidson, Climate Depot, Jalopnik, S&S, Ormand Beach, Biketoberfest, Twisted Road, Born Free, Covid Testing, Lifestyle Cycles, FXDR, Barnett Clutches and Cables, Sam Burns, Rogue and a bunch of other brothers and sisters.
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Sam's Picks for the Week of September 7, 2020
This is going to be a learning process, mostly for me I'm trying to figure myself out through my sorted history with motorcycles and madness. it's sort of a test to determine whether my history is worthy of book or a documentary. I'm hoping for some input from you in this tattered process.
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MICHAEL LICHTER HEAVY METTLE SHOW
For the last 12 years Michael Lichter has put on a Motorcycles As Art Exhibit for the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
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NUTS BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for September 3, 2020
With news from Lowbrow, the President, Warp Speed, Sturgis, Covid, Triumph, Harley, MRF, Tanya Tucker, Trending Politics, DAV, NMA, VA, WindVest, LePera seats, Danial James, Sam Burns, Rogue, 5-Ball, Kerker Exhaust, Twisted Road, AMA, MIC and a whole lot more.
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We blasted to the Badlands for the Rally. We shipped Dr. Hamster’s new 1950 Pandemic project. I installed one of our cool 5-Ball Dayrolls, but we needed tools. We ended up ordering two Cruz tool kits, one for the Pandemic and one for his 1981 Evo bagger.
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STURGIS HALL OF FAME BREAKFAST 2020 Concerns
The 20th Annual Induction Breakfast was held on August 12, 2020 at The Lodge At Deadwood. Seating was limited to about 500 and sold out. You needed to be wearing face covering to enter and safety precautions were in place as best it could be for a function of this type.
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