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1917 HENDERSON ARRIVES IN NEW YORK CITY from LOS ANGELES
The Henderson suffered just one flat tire, went through three sets of Champion spark plugs and used three Duckworth chains.

MAKIN' PROGRESS BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS--for September 16th, 2021
On Many Fronts

MOTOR MAIDS COME TO BIKERNET--
Designed to Empower Women

Harley-Davidson XL Sportster 1957
New OHV engine XL commonly known as the Sportster

SPRINGFIELD MILE 2021
Neck and Neck Sept. 5th, 2021

Cool Choppers by South Side MC member Patrick
From Sweden With Love...(Love of Harley-Davidson and Custom Choppers)

BEST OF TIMES BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for September 9, 2021
It's All Good

Great Winning Weekend for NHDRO racers at U.S.131
NHDRO race coverage report

WILD BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for September 2, 2021
From Bonneville to the Climate Hoax and Back

Long Fork Run at Sweden
100+ bikes, choppers and pre 84 were welcomed for the ride

THE LAST CROCKER EVER BUILT
The Duesenberg of Motorcycles

Charles Metz DeDion-Bouton Motor Tricycle
The unique Orient “Autogo;” One Part Runabout— One Part Tricycle

Kirk Taylor’s 2018 Strider Custom is back
Part of Mecum Auction in 2022 for Flying Piston Benefit

Oriten ten-seater two-wheeled machine
Introduced to public at Waltham Racetrack in 1897

RIDE TO STURGIS AND HOME 2021
Making Changes on the Road



In The Cantina


WW2 fire-fighting Trike Discovered
The Digital Investigators are hoping this Week

FINALLY, THE DIGITAL DISCOVERY ARCHIVES ARE RE-OPENED
True Story--Motorcycles Won't Work

Bandit's Cantina: Episode 95
Change is in the Wind

Poetry From Woden's Balls
Your Romance Lesson from the Master

Bandit's Cantina Series, Episode 94
Melody Searches for Zero-Footprint Nirvana

Life and Times of Bandit, June 2021
The Final Escape to the Badlands

JACK'S GALLERY from Daytona 2021
From the Beach to the bikes and the babes

Historic Alert from Indian Headquarters
Direct from 1952

A Connecticut Biker in Queen Ocasio's Court
J.J. Took the Shit

Cantina Episode 93: 1VEGAS
The Redhead Does It

Extreme Japanese Porn Review by J.J. Solari
What I've Learned About Japan From Watching Japanese Porn

What's the Deal?
She Makes Everything Alright!

Cantina Episode 92: The Wild Road to Recovery
Will Bandit's Cantina Survive?

Cantina Episode 91: Will Success Return to the Covid Cantina
It's Touch and Go in the Badlands

Always the Best of Times
When She’s Around

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2019 VULCAN VAQUERO REVIEW

Ride ‘Em Cowboy!

6/16/2019, Photos and text by Koz Mraz
This motorcycle is a rodeo of fun for any cowboy and cowgirl. Low slung, muscular and dressed in Metallic Spark Black the Vaquero will challenge any outlaw Bagger to a gun fight. (BUCKAROO: Derived from the word "Vaquero", in Spanish, the letters B and V are both pronounced "B”)
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WW2 fire-fighting Trike Discovered
That’s where this 1941 Kurogane Model 1 Fire Trikes comes in, a three-wheeled firefighter used in Japan and Malaysia. The story starts back in 1923.
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FINALLY, THE DIGITAL DISCOVERY ARCHIVES ARE RE-OPENED
This just in from an early 1900s Magazine. At last we know the truth, almost, maybe, maybe not.
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Bandit's Cantina: Episode 95
Bandit couldn’t wait to peel back to the Cantina. He had a ton on his mind, but the ride felt good. The bike and his mental load lifted without the yipping Melody around, but there was way more.
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Poetry From Woden's Balls
So anyway, I seem to have this gift for seduction via love poems. Couple my buddies are always sayin' to me, "Yeah, but look at the level of female beauteousness that these so-called love poems of yours are snagging and hauling ashore."
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Bandit's Cantina Series, Episode 94
. “I’ve got to get out of here,” Melody said as she woke up the next morning. “I can’t handle the pollution. Did you see all those trucks, the noise, and the smell. I can’t stand it.”
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Life and Times of Bandit, June 2021
I’m trying to write something, but for the first time in my life I can’t get a solid story line rolling. I almost bought another chopper project yesterday. It would be my first build project in Deadwood.
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