I know a guy who buys just about everything Harley-Davidson. He has a Harley hat, jacket, pants, decorations and, of course, a Harley motorcycle. He also purchases a Harley product from every Harley store he possibly can while traveling. He’s a Harley fan alright!
Does this sound like you? If so, you’ll probably want to head to the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Let’s take a look at some of the museum's best features.
Global positioning systems (GPS) can be used for a variety of reasons – from riding and driving to hiking and traveling. But no matter what the reason, a GPS is a useful tool that will keep you informed about where you’ve been, where you are, and where you’re going.
While mounting a GPS system on your motorcycle may not seem very practical, there are many options to choose from that will make it easy for you to keep your eyes on the road, while maintaining your sense of direction. Here are a few tips and tricks to consider when installing a GPS on your bike:
The state of West Virginia is renowned for its fantastic twisty, undulating quiet roads. We took a Triumph Daytona 675R and a Victory Vision out to experience them for ourselves. We rode over the New River Gorge Bridge near Fayetteville where we stopped to tackle the New River Gorge Bridge Walk, 851 feet above the river.
HalfThrottle: Photo By John VillegasThe world is full of armchair warriors. People who dream big and dream often, but rarely get the chance to live out their fantasies. Ryan Grassley was one of those people, and then he hit the road.
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