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A Brother Steps Up

A 1984 Tribute to the new Evolution Platform

By Bandit and Zeke
About 1984 when the Evolution engine was introduced, Zeke made the run from South Florida to Sturgis for the rally. More and more Evos were seen slicing across the country toward the Badlands, and he thought it was time to upgrade.
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The Smuggler's Yacht

Washed Up on a North Atlantic Island

By Matthew Bremner of the Guardian
In 2001, a smugglers’ yacht washed up in the Azores and disgorged its contents. The island of São Miguel was quickly flooded with high-grade cocaine – and nearly 20 years on, it is still feeling the effects.
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Pride and Joy of Ross and Pokey

It all started with a custom frame!

By Robert McLeod
This is Robert McLeod from Troy Montana, I would like to share the story about two friends of mine Ross Rouhoff and his wife Sharon.
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KICK START By Ralph “Teach” Elrod- A Book Review

Memoirs of an Outlaw Biker

Rogue
Memories of an Outlaw Biker by the name of “Teach” a member of the BARONS MC a well-known motorcycle club which started in 1966.
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AROUND-THE-WORLD MOTORCYCLE ADVENTURE COMES TO LIFE IN FORKS

A NEW FULL-COLOR BOOK BY WORLDRIDER ALLAN KARL

Text and photos by Allan Karl
Culture. Cuisine. Connection. Karl turns to crowdfunding to help realize his vision for this book which lets readers experience the world through fascinating stories, stunning photography, and tasty food from 35 different countries.
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Utah Ride PART I

Reader Submitted Journey

Bikernet Reader Felicia Morgan
Our trip through the beautiful state of Utah was COLD! As a matter of fact the general term was FUCKING COLD! I asked the German nationals I was riding with if this was an actual measurement in their country and they informed me that it's a Fahrenheit term. We had an amazing ride despite the rain, snow, hail, and horrific winds we endured.
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Biker Paradise: Cruising Sedona

Riding the Red Rock Wonderlands

Photos and text by Josh Placa
There are a few, rare, true meccas for motorcyclists destinations on the paved side of this planet. One worth the pilgrimage possesses almost supernatural beauty. If we ever questioned why we ride, the red rock wonderlands of Sedona offer an epiphany.
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Arizona HOG Rally 2012 Rocks Williams, Arizona

Knockout Roads, Retro Rules, and Route 66

By J. JOSHUA PLACA
The event moved around the state from year to year, but Williams is a HOG favorite, having returned to this northern Arizona town for a record tenth time.
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