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by NickJ at Mar 29, 2016
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A few weeks have passed since the 75th annual Daytona Bike week and we have finally gotten a second to breath. In the last few weeks, I have gotten a lot of content up for you all to peruse. I spent some time and got my Victory Octane review up, as well as the new one from the Indian camp. Click through to check out my thoughts on the Springfield. Hell, if you guys are in the market for a small truck, check out the GMC Canyon Diesel review that I posted (If for nothing more than the photos. I am real proud of the way they came out).

I was blessed enough to get to join in with Indian Motorcycle and Victory for many of their events down in Daytona this year and I was able to snap a few photos of the great day I had with the Indian Motorcycle Rider's Group as we headed inland to check out the Standard Motorcycle Co in Orlando.


I was on the new Springfield as we rolled alongside veteran Marine, Sean Carroll aboard his Champion Scout Trike. This was a pretty special thing to be a part of. As many of you know, the Veterans Charity Ride donated a Scout Trike to Mr. Carroll this last winter. He is back in the saddle and riding like a stinking BOSS. It was really cool to be able to ride in formation with him as we ran down the road toward Orlando....
by wicked at Mar 28, 2016
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The March 2016 Indian Motorcyle of the Month contest winner is none other than D-Man with this beauty! Congratulations!

We'll do this again in a couple of weeks so stay tuned!
by wicked at Mar 24, 2016
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Time to vote! Here are the bikes that got the most likes. Please vote for your favorite!

Thanks to everyone who took the time to submit a photo. This poll will close in 3 days and winner announced shortly after.
by NickJ at Mar 24, 2016
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Sponsored by Indian Motorcycle

Austin, TX is definitely the place to be April 8th-10th. With the The Handbuilt Motorcycle Show, MotoGP &AMA Pro Flat Track1/2 mile racing already going down, RSD decided to up the ante even more and throw in a dirt oval short track race on Friday April 8th, right across the street from the Handbuilt Show. We will be featuring 4 classes including: Super Hooligan (stock-framed street bikes over 750cc), GNC Pro Twins with a $5k purse (presented byIndian Motorcycle) & Dash for Cash (presented by K&N), Air-cooled Vintage and Costume Run What Cha Brung. Classes are open to anybody that wants to enter, except Pro Twins class which is reserved strictly for professional racers.

For more information, the full racing schedule and online rider registration, please visit Super Hooligan Heads to Austin. Rider Pre-entry will be open until 5PM PST, Wednesday 4/6/16. Post entry also available at the races.

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by NickJ at Mar 24, 2016
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You might know the Guy Martin name from one of the craziest things that happens on two wheels: The Isle of Man TT, or he may have worked on your lorry. Either way, the man is iconic and ballsy.

From this set of photos, and this little video, it appears that he is out to join the very small group of folks that count themselves as part of the fraternity that has actually ridden the wall. I witnessed the WoD last year at the Handbuilt Motorcycle Show in Austin, and let me tell you that it is nothing short of amazing.

On March 28th, Guy will ride a radically big Wall of Death and try to reach 100mph on the wall, which, should, by all accounts, put his brain in his boots.


If you are in the UK, chick it out on Channel 4 at 7:15pm on March 28th. I will patiently wait and catch it on the Youtube like a proper American.