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WHY WE CHOP SERIES, Chapter 2
Chopper Mick

RALLY WINDING DOWN BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for August 11th, 2022
Couldn't be Better

THE STURGIS RALLY 2022 BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for August 4th, 2022
It's Non-Stop

CHOPPER CHARLIE: Why We Chop Chapter 1
Why would Anyone Chop or Bob a perfectly good Stock Bike?

PUPPY'S OFF THE LEASH TOUR 2022, PART 1
TRAMPSTER RUN TO CA

HIGH PRESSURE BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for July 28, 2022
We're Scrambling...

BUN PATROL
In Search of the Sturgis Sticky Bun

The Little Red Story, Part 1
The '69 Shovelhead Chopper History and Build

Salt Torpedo Chapter 25
Prepping for Bonneville 2022

The TRUTH BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for July 21st, 2022
We're Trying

NCOM Biker Newsbytes for July 2022
Industry & Legislative Motorcycle News from USA and the world

Making Art While You’re High at It
Cannabis, Tins, and Chucks!!!

RALLY PLANNING BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for July 14th, 2022
Action is Happening Fast

FÜCKERS CHOPPERFEST X
A Fücker is somebody you could trust your life with, friend for life sort off

Strider Bike: Flying Piston Benefit Breakfast
Greg “Edge” Scheuer and the Flying Piston Builder’s Breakfast August 7, 2022



In The Cantina


Bicyle Racer to Motorcyle History Legend
First motorized vehicle to cross the U.S. wasn’t a car - it was a bike

Bandit's Cantina Episode 99--Raising Fun or Raising Hell
The Cantina Food Drive

Bandit's Cantina Episode 98: Mandate Madness
Trying Business Survival in Los Angeles

Chapter 2
Rudy and the Women Blues

HUMP DAY ACTION!
We're not messing around...

Bandit's Cantina Episode 97: Clay's Christmas
Blessings Come in Strange Packages

The ADULTS ONLY Roscoes Chili Challenge
The ADULTS ONLY Roscoes Chili Challenge

Bandit's Cantina Episode 96: Bandit Lights a Xmas Fire
A 2021 Xmas Story

Custom Bikes from the IMS Show in Indy a few years back.
Custom Bikes from the IMS Show in Indy a few years back.

Just Another Weekend
With the Girl of Bikernet

THE PEREWITZ PAINT SHOW
No one has a paint show as the Perewitz crew has.

COUNTRY GIRL WANDERS INTO MY STUDIO
Leigh from North Carolina makes a few oldies look sexy

DAYTONA BIKETOBERFEST 2021 BEGINS!
Biketoberfest 2021 Thursdays images

The 2021 Race of Gentlemen
From Wildwood, NJ, the Race of Geltlemen

JACK SHOOTS THE BUFFALO CHIP, STURGIS 2021
All the Action, Girls, Bikes, Shows, Concerts, You Name It!

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Bicyle Racer to Motorcyle History Legend
George A. Wyman made a name for himself as a bicycle racer, but he reached legendary status when, 119 years ago. He rode a motorized two-wheeler from San Francisco to New York becoming the first person to cross the North American continent aboard an engine-powered vehicle.
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Bandit's Cantina Episode 99--Raising Fun or Raising Hell
The cantina was a maze of activity. Frankie set up tables out back for the swap meet, including a buffet table for Cantina munchies for customers. Margaret took calls from Vendors who read their Cantina Food Drive signs posted all over the city. Bikers locked down and out of work for months wanted action.
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Bandit's Cantina Episode 98: Mandate Madness
Between Covid and multiple mandates, the Cantina business model imploded. It was no longer about food and parties. It was all about survival. Every Monday morning the staff met to discuss how to get through the next week.
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Chapter 2
Chance’s history caused him to investigate the characters around him, especially if there was drinking or violence in the air.
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HUMP DAY ACTION!
Wednesday first came to be known as hump day since at least the 1950s. The expression figures Wednesday, the middle of the workweek, as the hump people get over to coast into the weekend. Throughout the 20th century, Wednesday was especially referred to as hump day in an effort to liven up the drudgery of the workweek.
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Bandit's Cantina Episode 97: Clay's Christmas
There was a rush of excitement for Xmas. All the kids involved in the parade came over in the afternoon to gather with local bikers, truckers, longshoremen and single mothers.
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