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By Bandit, Rogue, Wayfarer, Sam Burns, Bob T., Gearhead, Joe Smith, Stealth, the Redhead, Laura and the rest of the gang

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I woke up too early this morning, at 5:00.
I had a whacky dream about trying to get a small girl checked into a hospital. It was one of those frustrating dreams. I couldn’t seem to stumble across the street without one obstacle after another.

Then I started to think about past loves and some of my regrets. There’s a lot I regret and most of them revolve around women. I couldn’t get them out of my mind and finally crawled out of bed and made coffee. Fuck it.

My son bugged me about this documentary business recently. He threw a twist into the mix. He said it could substantially benefit him and my grandson Frankie. Before that, I was ready to blow it off. I don’t like TV, documentaries or the media, except Bikernet and what we do.

I just want to peel out for Deadwood, write and tinker with motorcycles. Another brother lost his him home to wild fires, and the 2Wheelers team encountered a fire in the building next to theirs in Sturgis. The old buildings of the 1800s era were built one against the next, so they also experienced fire damage. I reached out to see if I could help.

Plus, I received a buckle order. I'm trying something new.
Plus, I received a buckle order. I'm trying something new.

I’ve been reminding myself of historical events and sharing them with depressed youngsters. When kids think we are living in hard times, I try to remind them that other than the Wuhan Covid we are living in absolutely the best of times. You’ll see some mention of it in the news. I’ve got a report on shop bikes, but let’s hit the news:

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OOPS OF THE WEEK--This is the repose to biden-harris being projected onto the side of Harley-Davidson's building.
You may have seen images on social media that appeared to affiliate Harley-Davidson with a specific presidential candidate. These images represent an unsanctioned action, and the Motor Company is following up appropriately.

“We are responding to questions on social media and would like to reiterate for you and for any customers who may have questions that the image projected on the Harley-Davidson Museum was done without our consent. Harley-Davidson is apolitical.
We are focused on creating the world’s most desirable motorcycles and welcome anyone who wants to be part of our community and experience freedom for the soul.”

Why in the hell would any company that makes an internal combustion powered anything promote voting for a political party that is dedicated to the elimination of said engines and the fuel that is produced to power them aka the Green New Deal ?

Senior Editor™

MOTORCYCLE RIDERS FOUNDATION AWARDS CHAMPIONS VEST--I had the opportunity yesterday to have lunch in Detroit Lakes with Congressman Collin Peterson to award him with the 2019 Champion Legislator award.

It was awesome to have an hour of one-on-one conversation. It reminded me that he is one of us and a true patriot. He was honored to receive the award and thanked us for our grassroots lobbying, for as he says, “We are the people making the difference.”

--Gary Goracke


NEW FROM S&S--We are a culture of horsepower addicts so a monster cam for monster bore M8's was only a matter of time. Our latest is aimed squarely at making massive power and our conservative dyno runs already have it at 146Hp. We anticipate the market pushing well above 150 with nearly as much torque. ~DZ

NEW - 590 Cam for Big Bore M8 Models
The M8 engine platform is capable of making massive power! It happily accepts big bore kits, stroker cranks and of course high lift cams. The primary supplier of that sort of go-fast stuff is S&S Cycle and they've just added a 590-lift cam to the mix. The new cam is designed to work with their 131” stroker kit and other huge bore combinations.

Producing massive horsepower especially in the higher RPM range, the 590 is available in gear or chain drive and is specifically for use with monster bores, ported heads and high RPMs, to make maximum horsepower! Not recommended for stock bore engines! Check out the dyno charts for the hard numbers (146hp & 145tq on a 131” stroker build!) and for more info hit up

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VP - Marketing
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THREE CLASSICS HEAD TO AUSTRALIA—From the Don Whalen, Richard Bunch Collection.
1916 Ner-a-Car
1916 Ner-a-Car

These two guys have an amazing collection of American made motorcycles, over 100 of the finest rare antique representing most of the historical American Brands.

From time to time, they are called on to supports exhibits all over the world. This time a representative from Australia flew to the states to pick three for the exhibit featured in this photo.


1916 Ner-a-Car
1916 Ner-a-Car

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At the NCOM Convention last night, John Bilotta Jr. was presented their most prestigious award, the Ron Roloff Lifetime Achievement Award.

John is the Operations Director for ABATE of Virginia and a tireless supporter of the MRF and regular attendee of the MOTM and BITB.

It might be nice to reach out and congratulate him on this accomplishment.

-- Jay Jackson


Since Returning to Professional Flat Track Racing;
Indian Motorcycle Remained Undefeated in 2020 with its FTR750

Indian Motorcycle Racing, presented by Progressive Motorcycle Insurance, and the FTR750 closed out an unprecedented season this past weekend at the Progressive AFT Finale Doubleheader at Daytona I & II, a pair of events which saw Wrecking Crew rider Briar Bauman successfully complete his quest to repeat as AFT SuperTwins Champion. Entering the weekend with a slim lead over fellow Wrecking Crew teammate Jared Mees, Bauman was able to fend off the former five-time grand national champion to earn the No. 1 plate for the second consecutive year.

Mees came into the first leg of the doubleheader on Friday just nine points back of Bauman and had every intention of closing the points gap to put himself in position on Saturday to reclaim his throne. Bauman was reluctant to give up any ground and took control of his own destiny, placing second and needing only an eighth-place finish in the second of the two races to complete his repeat bid.

The AFT Finale at Daytona II on Saturday was met with inclement weather which caused numerous delays to the evening’s proceedings. This only made things that much more difficult for Bauman, who was looking to clinch his championship, and Mees who was looking to mount a comeback. Both riders showed their championship grit amidst the conditions and found themselves in the hunt down the stretch of the main.

With Indian Privateer Brandon Robinson seizing control early and throughout, Mees’ best shot for a potential title win was to overtake Robinson and hope for a mistake on Bauman’s part. Mees fought hard and maintained his position in second for the majority of the race but was ultimately overcome by the odds. In the final two laps of the race, Bauman found himself in the top four with Indian Privateer Sammy Halbert hot on his trail looking to pass him and earn a podium finish. Realizing what was happening behind him and what was at stake, along with the potential risk that came with trying to hold off Halbert, Bauman smartly let Halbert pass and was able to cruise comfortably to a fourth-place finish, more than enough to earn him a second consecutive No. 1 plate.

“We couldn’t be prouder of Briar and we’re extremely happy to see him repeat as champion,” said Gary Gray, Vice President – Racing, Technology and Service for Indian Motorcycle. “The same goes for Jared, Bronson and our entire factory team who fought tooth and nail this season and were able to rise to the occasion multiple times in the midst of one of the most challenging years ever.“

The result marked Indian Motorcycle Racing’s fourth consecutive title since returning to professional flat track racing in 2017, with Mees and Bauman each repeating after initial championship victories. Additionally, the Indian Motorcycle FTR750 went undefeated in the 2020 season, earning victories in 15 consecutive races.

The season points standings concluded with Briar Bauman sitting atop the leaderboard with 309 points and Mees finishing in second at 300 points. The top five was rounded out by Indian Privateers Sammy Halbert and Brandon Robinson along with Wrecking Crew Rider Bronson Bauman who finished in third, fourth and fifth place, respectively.

For more information on Indian Motorcycle Racing, visit and follow along on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


Although smaller than normal, due to the COVID-19 threat, the rescheduled NCOM Convention held Oct. 16-18 in Indianapolis succeeded in “being here for those dedicated Freedom Fighters who were determined enough to brave a deadly health crisis to be here for each other,” explained a masked NCOM Chairman James “Doc” Reichenbach.

Legal and legislative seminars and roundtables were socially distanced but fairly well attended, considering the dire circumstances, and seats at the dinner tables were mostly filled for the Silver Spoke Awards Banquet to honor bikers’ rights activists such as author and filmmaker John E. (Black Dragon) Bunch II (ENTERTAINMENT); Jad Breiner - Sons of Silence MC, editor of Brothers Behind Bars (BBB) Newsletter (MEDIA); Pete Leehey - AIM Attorney, Iowa (LEGAL); with SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARDS going to Nancy Nemecek and Fred “Sarge” Matthews, and NCOM's RON ROLOFF LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD presented to John Bilotta Jr., Operations Director for ABATE of Virginia.

Dates and location for the 36th annual National Coalition of Motorcyclists (NCOM) Convention in 2021 have yet to be finalized, so stay tuned for further details as they are announced.

LOWBROW TEACHES HOW TO MOUNT A REAR FENDER--Check out the Lowbrow Customs YouTube channel to check out all of our videos. We spend a lot of time and effort creating motorcycle how-to videos, product reviews and event coverage for your enjoyment, please let us know what you think. Click here to subscribe to the Lowbrow Customs YouTube channel and stay in the know!

Aligning the fender on the rear tire, supported by a piece of garden hose, to keep the distance off the tire even along the profile.

Cutting a chain relief (clearance for the chain) the rear fender. It is important to have your rear wheel spaced properly and your chain installed before installing the fender!

Aligning the lower fender mounting tab in preparation for fitment and welding.

Welding the upper fender mount tab for curved fenders.

Heating up the DIY fender strut rod to cherry red, preparing to bend it.

 The finished, mounted rear fender on Todd's Triumph bobber.

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Click for action.


NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Live from The Troubadour, the new album from original female outlaw and country music icon Tanya Tucker is out today via Fantasy Records. It's Tanya’s first release since winning two GRAMMY® Awards earlier this year for While I’m Livin’, and today, October 16th, marks the one-year anniversary of the historic set from which Live from The Troubadour originates. Stream and/or download Live from The Troubadour, HERE.

Tanya is donating a portion of the proceeds from the new album directly to The Troubadour, including 100% of the revenue generated by custom Live from The Troubadour Hatch Show Print posters available at her online store, HERE.

Garden & Gun spoke to Tanya about the new album and hosted a special online album premiere yesterday, read about it HERE.

In addition, SiriusXM's Outlaw Country (Ch. 60) and Willie’s Roadhouse (Ch. 59) hosted the broadcast premiere of Live from The Troubadour. Look for the special album preview to repeat today during Shooter Jennings’ “Electric Rodeo” show and this weekend at the air times below.

Friday, Oct. 16
6 p.m. ET - Willie’s Roadhouse (Ch. 59)
9 p.m. ET - Outlaw Country (Ch. 60)

Saturday, Oct. 17
7 p.m. ET - Outlaw Country (Ch. 60) – Shooter Jennings "Electric Rodeo"

Sunday, Oct. 18
1 p.m. ET - Outlaw Country (Ch. 60)
11 p.m. ET - Outlaw Country (Ch. 60) – Shooter Jennings "Electric Rodeo"

Live From The Troubadour features 15 songs including Tanya’s signature hit “Delta Dawn,” and a cache of her #1 Country hits such as “Strong Enough To Bend,” "What's Your Mama's Name, Child," "Blood Red and Goin' Down" and "Would You Lay with Me (In a Field of Stone).” The set also includes a sublime medley of Bruce Springsteen’s “I’m on Fire” and Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire,” along with six songs from While I’m Livin’ (produced by Brandi Carlile and Shooter Jennings), including “Mustang Ridge,” “The Wheels of Laredo,” “Hard Luck” and the poignant, “Bring My Flowers Now.”

Reviewers are applauding Live from The Troubadour including the previously shared medley of Bruce Springsteen’s “I’m on Fire” / Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire” and "Delta Dawn."

The 2020 CMT Music Awards will broadcast on October 21st at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT on CMT and is a fan-voted award. To cast your vote, visit

Worst Week Ever for Technoauthoritarian Suppression of Information

Las Vegas, Nevada – Parler, the people-driven free speech platform, is tallying the litany of examples occurring this week in which tech publishers flexed their content curation muscles to restrict or suppress the free flow of information in the run-up to the 2020 election. The information brownout is now well under way.

In the past week:
Twitter blocked the sharing of a link to a story by the New York Post, America’s fourth largest newspaper, laying out evidence of corrupt influence peddling by Hunter Biden, his father and then Vice President Joe Biden, and a state-run Ukrainian energy company.
Facebook preemptively restricted sharing of the same story, saying it needed to be subjected to their “fact checkers.”

Twitter locked the accounts of the New York Post, the Trump Campaign and White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnaney for tweeting links to the story.
Twitter even blocked access to the House Republican Judiciary Committee’s website for posting the piece.

Facebook says it will ban all ads deemed political after the polls close on November 3, making it more difficult to circulate allegations of vote irregularities.

Facebook also banned anti-vaccination ads.
Not to be outdone, YouTube has begun removing videos containing “misinformation” about Covid vaccines.

After the World Health Organization walked back their call for global lockdowns as a way to prevent the spread of Covid19, saying the policy is having devastating effects that will kill or impoverish millions, Twitter and Facebook are feeling the heat.

The tech publishers chose to feature information from the WHO, while removing content about competing perspectives. In other words, they were complicit in imposing this failed policy, which hurt everyone while, notably, benefiting the publishers’ bottom lines.

Twitter locked the account of Lauren Witzke, the Republican party candidate in Delaware’s U.S. Senate race, over comments critical of policies allowing “mass migration” in Europe.

Twitter announced that it would slow down its retweet function ahead of the election to make it more difficult for information they don’t like to go viral.

Twitter locked the account of former ambassador to Germany and acting DNI Richard Grenell, because he shared photographic evidence of mail-in ballot irregularities.

Parler was the subject of an attack piece in The Washington Post based on a “report” by paid Facebook marketing consulting firm Graphika. A Senator quoted in the WaPo piece described us as a “walled garden built to provide safe harbor for wild conspiracies, white supremacists, and vile hate speech.” He continued, “It’s of little surprise they would welcome the participation of foreigners cosplaying as Americans.” (The same marketing firm is apparently providing Congressional testimony today at the invitation of Capitol Hill Democrats.)

“Facebook and Twitter continue to make it clear: they are authoritarians who ultimately want to make the rules for all content curation on the Internet,” said Parler COO Jeffrey Wernick. “They’ve enjoyed broad power to block, ban or throttle content that challenges their agenda or their bottom line—and have become increasingly brazen about doing so.

“Their policies are so lockstep, it is as if Facebook, Twitter and Google are a cartel who act in concert, perhaps through copying or signaling of some kind.

“Perhaps we should take it as a compliment that they’ve brought in their bought-and-paid-for lackeys, masquerading as independent “experts”, to denigrate any free speech platform that dares to challenge them. Clearly, we are having an effect, when, aided by their allies in the mainstream media, they brand as public enemies all those who refuse to fall in line.”

“Parler will not fall in line. Parler will not back down.

“We encourage everyone who wants to speak and think freely to Twexit, Erasebook and join the movement at Parler.”

Parler was founded in 2018 and has a community of over 4 million people. The platform is committed to free speech, does not mine or sell data, and does not curate content based on politics or ideology. Parler continues to stand with the People and against Technoauthoritarianism.

TEXAS WEATHER REPORT--Don’t recall if I ever shared these or not? My dad when he was younger. I swear I remember my grandmother showing me a color picture of his Panhead, but I haven’t come across it in my searches. And a Back-Seat Driver’s License 1954 to ‘57

Forgot to mention, I had never seen these pictures until after he died. I wondered if maybe my sister and I contributed to his passing by trying to fix him medically? More her than me, but he listened to her more. The date on the Panhead images is January 25,1953, his funeral was January 25, 2014, so I took that as a sign that it was his time.

Investigative Reporter™

FROM THE POLITICAL FRONT--EASY TO UNDERSTAND!~~ That moment when someone says, "I can't believe you would vote for Trump.”

I simply reply, “I'm not voting for Trump.”

I'm voting for the First Amendment and freedom of speech.

I'm voting for the Second Amendment and my right to defend my life and my family.

I'm voting for the next Supreme Court Justice(s) to protect the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

I’m voting for the continued growth of my retirement 401K and the stock market.

I’m voting for a return of our troops from foreign countries and the end to America’s involvement in foreign conflicts.

I'm voting for the Electoral College & the Republic we live in.

I'm voting for the Police to be respected once again and to ensure Law & Order.

I’m voting for the continued appointment of Federal Judges who respect the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

I’m voting for our jobs to remain in America and not be outsourced all over again to China, Mexico and other foreign countries.

I’m voting for secure borders and legal immigration.

I'm voting for the Military & the Veterans who fought for this Country to give the American people their freedoms.

I'm voting for the unborn babies that have a right to live.

I’m voting for continued peace progress in the middle east.

I’m voting to fight against human/child trafficking.

I’m voting for Freedom of Religion.

I'm voting for the American Flag that is disrespected by the Democratic Party.

I'm voting for the right to speak my opinion & not be censored.

I'm not just voting for one person; I'm voting for the future of my Country.

I'm voting for my children and my grandchildren to ensure their freedoms and their future.

What are you voting for?

--from Joe Teresi

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AN OPEN RESPONSE—from the Massachusetts Motorcycle Association

To all whom this may concern,

The attached letter was forwarded to our attention by numerous residents of Cape Cod – some current and some past members of our Massachusetts Motorcycle Association. The letter takes aim at our organization and implies that motorcycles and motorcyclists somehow represent the negatives of society and life on Cape Cod and implies an affiliation with a candidate for office in the Commonwealth is therefore somehow tainted. There are numerous assertions based on fallacy, fabrication, and implication that need to be addressed.

First and foremost, the letter opens with an excerpt from a press release memorializing one of our past members and Board Members, Rick Wood. This photo clipping from our website’s news archives was used in violation of US Copyright by removing said copyright from the usage. The clip was NOT used with our permission, nor would we disrespect the memory of one of our members in this fashion. However, it is this memorial press release that is meant to somehow imply a long-standing affiliation between Steven Xiarhos, candidate for 5th Barnstable State Representative and the Massachusetts Motorcycle Association.

Further, the photo selected for the memorial represented Mr. Wood’s passion – prior to and during his tenure with the Massachusetts Motorcycle Association – that of supporting Veterans and Veterans causes. Mr. Wood was an organizer for many years of similar causes and a significant supporter of “Big Nick’s Ride”, an event named after Corporal Nicholas Xiarhos, a Cape Cod resident who sacrificed his life in the pursuit of freedom.

This event also memorializes all of Cape Cod’s 16 fallen heroes and is supported by the Massachusetts Motorcycle Association as what it is – an event to remember and support those who defend the rest of us in the course of human events, be they military, or civil protectors of freedom and life, including Police, Fire, and First Responders.

The author’s use of this article is not only as previously noted a violation of Copyright but maligns the good name and intention of Mr. Wood, Corporal Xiarhos, and the others of Cape Cod’s Fallen.

The letter then goes on to attack Motorcycles and Motorcyclists as somehow contributing to the downfall of society by using inflammatory rhetoric and outdated statistics concerning Motorcycle Sound and Environmental Emissions – asserting that ALL motorcycles and motorcyclists are bad for society and the environment. It further associates these bad behaviors as if they have been somehow protected by our Association and candidate Steven Xiarhos.

Indeed, our Massachusetts Motorcycle Association did provide support and testimony to the Town of Yarmouth (and others) in defense of Big Nick’s Ride and the First Responders’ Appreciation Riders on Cape Cod when challenged several times by residents seeking to stop these rides from occurring. These attempts were also, like the aforementioned letter, based on hearsay, outdated statistics, and inflammatory emotional rhetoric. Each attempt was denied in public Town Meeting, and the last such attempt as a warrant article was not seconded, and thus never brought to a public vote. Candidate Xiarhos was not a deciding factor in any of those attempts, although like his Police Chief, was likely present during the public hearings and votes as both a resident and town official. Rather than Steven Xiarhos, it was the citizens of Yarmouth, not the few officials, who decided the fate of the rides in question.

As for the claims and concerns regarding motorcycle emissions, we at the Massachusetts Motorcycle Association have stated publicly numerous times that we do not endorse nor condone poor behavior by motorcyclists and through our “When in Town, Throttle Down©” program, for over a decade have taken educational steps to work in collaboration with local officials around the Commonwealth with great success. Motorcyclists do, however, like to enjoy the scenery of our beautiful commonwealth among friends – motorcycling is a community experience as well as a means for commuting. And any group of vehicles will most certainly be louder than others.

This letter, however, also uses outdated statistics to imply that Motorcycles are a negative to the environment as well. Yet fails to cite that motorcycles are a significant minority on the roadways, representing less than 1% of roadway miles driven, while at the same time consuming about half as much fuel and contributing far fewer greenhouse gasses such as CO2.

Indeed, some studies about a decade or more old did note that Motorcycles can contribute other forms of hydrocarbon emissions which are cited in the letter. These extremes however are citations with limited exhausts and at a time when motorcycles were generally not equipped with Catalytic Converters – something that many newer motorcycles are indeed so equipped. But even so, and realizing that trading one set of benefits for detriments doesn’t make it right, considering the percentage of miles consumed and the advancements in motorcycle exhausts, not to mention improvements in all roadway vehicles toward higher fuel efficiency and lower emissions, including electric motorcycles from Zero, Harley-Davidson, and others, this is a problem that will work itself out in time and not something to be targeted toward political gain much less attack.

Our Massachusetts Motorcycle Association has little respect for those who hide behind anonymity and the illusion of majority, especially for the purposes of maligning an organization with a 45-year history of positive contribution to the Commonwealth, much less sullying the reputations of 16 of Cape Cod’s finest citizens, an individual who gave time to supporting veterans, and a candidate whose sole offense was to be present in a photo with that individual during an event celebrating the selflessness of Cape Cod’s fallen – an event attended by well over 1,000 motorcyclists.

Doc D’Errico
Chairman, Massachusetts Motorcycle Association

Just reprinted my first book again. It's about a bro getting his motorcycle stolen and going after it. Based on a true story. I'll sign every copy.
Just reprinted my first book again. It's about a bro getting his motorcycle stolen and going after it. Based on a true story. I'll sign every copy.

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I read the part about laying awake at night and thinking. I do the same thing Think about people in my past, regrets from the past Maybe it is normal to do this? Who knows? Funny at the time we are dealing with these things we never think years down the road we will still go over them? Somethings if I had to do over I would change others would stay the same. I guess it is part of life?

charlotte, NC
Friday, October 23, 2020
Editor Response That's one of those lessens for kids to hear. The past returns to haunt, whether you like it or not. Then it's time for meditation, if you need to change your mind.

In a sense it's wonderful to still be around to have those memories. So many of our brothers are slipping away.

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