The Smoke Out Long Road riders hopped on a sled to do a few burnouts at The Wheels Through Time Museum. To see photos of the world’s premier collection of rare American Vintage Motorycles and follow along with Long Road riders Bob Kay of Biker Pros and Dar Holdsworth of Brass Balls Bobbers… Click Here.
About Wheels Through Time Museum
This All-American motorcycle museum houses over 300 of America’s rarest and most historic classic motorcycles, with over 24 marques on display, including the likes of Harley-Davidson, Indian, Excelsior, Crocker, Henderson, and much more.
Western North Carolina’s premier museum and tourism attraction features dozens of motorcycle-related exhibits, ranging from board track racers, hillclimbing, and original paint machines to American Dirt Track racing, choppers and bobbers, and one-of-a-kind motorcycles.
Listen to Sarah Donnell & Jason Nieman on the AMD World Champs Podcast.
Builder Jason Nieman is entered in the Production Class at the World Championships and will be competing for the gold with other storied manufacturers like Brass Balls Bobbers and Choppers, OCC Motorcycles, Big Bear Choppers and Big Dog Motorcycles just to name a few.
On Ride To Work Day, the practical side of riding becomes more visible as a larger number of America’s 8 million cycles and scooters are ridden to work.
According to the United States Census Bureau and the Department of Transportation, over 80 million cars and light trucks are used for daily commuting on American roads, and about 200,000 motorcycles and scooters are a regular part of this mix.
Harley-Davidson wants its edge back. After decades of catering to old guys cruising on big bikes, the motorcycle maker is pursuing younger riders where they live, work and play. This week Harley is going to the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn.
When the event gets going tomorrow Harley will offer concertgoers the ”Thrill of the Throttle” by riding one of its bikes on a stationary setup – kind of like a treadmill. Riders can rev the engine and shift through the gears without going anywhere or risking a crash. The bike maker’s large tent will be full of bikes, biker merchandise and of course, company marketers.
Brass Balls BossMan, Dar Holdsworth, is riding into Sturgis with 2 custom-production motorcycles for the AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building. Bossman talks about his latest two-wheel jewel… The Brawler. Hear Dar Holdsworth on Bikernet Studio
The prophet has spoken, and his words provide both hope and fear to the computer world.
In front of a rapt audience of tech executives at an industry conference on Tuesday night, Apple maestro Steve Jobs predicted the end of the PC era.
And what will replace the device that has transformed every aspect of business and society over the past 25 years? Well, it just so happens that Jobs believes the next phase of the computer revolution will be dominated by a device that looks a lot like the iPad tablet he introduced so successfully two months ago.