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AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Class of 2018 Nominees

Terry Cunningham, Gary Davis, Skip Eaken, Nicky Hayden, Corky Keener and Mary McGee are the Class of 2018

By American Motorcyclist
The AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Class of 2018 recognizes greatness in racing and ambassadorship, whether on the track, at the mechanic’s bench or in the court of public opinion,” said Ken Ford, a member of the AMA board of directors and chairman of the American Motorcycle Heritage Foundation.
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Experiences of the Bad

I could write a whole book about it - non-fiction

By the lost Wayfarer, Ujjwal Dey
Get that recurring "mung" checked. You never know when an ordinary single cell organism can take down a giant - like HG Wells science fiction from 1897 where Martian Invasion from Outer Space gets stopped because of an ordinary pathogen which has killed all the Martians on Earth.
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The Legend Of Truett and Osborn

A True Motorcycle Legend Rides Off

By Bikernet
Services for Bonnie Truett, 83, of Vian were held Monday, August 20, 2018 at 2 p.m. at Vian Baptist Church with Reverend Mike Martin officiating. Burial will follow with a "Final Ride" to Garden of Memories Cemetery in Vian. Services are entrusted to Forever Memories Funeral Services of Sallisaw.
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HAL ROBINSON ART COMES TO BIKERNET

THE HAL ROBINSON™ COLLECTION EXCLUSIVELY ON 5-Ball Racing™ AND CRANK & STROKER

By Bandit with Hal Robinson illustrations and help from Marie
When I first went to work for Easyriders on the third issue out of college and Vietnam, it was a rare time in Biker history. For some reason extreme talents emerged to support the biker movement, such as David Mann, Lou Kimzey, JJ Solari and Hal Robinson. Here's his story and ours.
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Wilmington Waterfront Sculpture and Transportation Suggestion

Community Efforts from the Bikernet Janitor

By K. Ball with art from Aubry Sheldon and Emilio Loza
I’m not posting these for entertainment, but you might find them interesting. They are just a couple of community projects, which may never go anywhere. On the other hand I designed them and worked with local artists to inspire something that could help.
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BIKERS ARE BORN!

Editorial from Bikernet Staffer

By Mike "The Stealth" Pullin
I work at a dealership and can't count how many times I hear excuses for not riding. Probably my favorite or should I sat my least favorite is " My wife won't let me have one?" For me I can't imagine not having a bike and riding. Every morning before I take off for work I thank god for giving me the ability to ride
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Biker Culture - "A Poetry in Motion"

Biker poetry grew out of the predominantly American lifestyle of the Biker

by Ujjwal Dey
Biker poetry is a movement of poetry that grew out of the predominantly American lifestyle of the Biker and Motorcycle clubs following World War II. Biker lifestyle is what refers to the changes in society through what was Biker Culture.
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TRIBUTE TO WOLFMAN JACK

"Are your peaches sweet?" he said to all the girls

By Axle Idzardi, reprinted courtesy of Ol' Skool Rodz Magazine celebrating their 15th year
“The Wolfman” was born Robert Weston Smith in New York City, January 21, 1938. He was the youngest of two children and grew up in Brooklyn, where he became a huge fan of rhythm and blues music.
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