A new study from Business Insiders about consumer spending showed men shop online just as much as women do, but “are more likely to make a purchase through their mobile devices” and more often than women are.
Women are connected to their phones—87% of women say they can’t imagine their lives without their phone. It’s the first thing she looks at in the morning (78%), the last thing before going to bed (73%) and it’s with her wherever she goes (98%). Women are “addicted” to their smartphones (64% vs. 58% of men). Continue reading “Guys Pull the Trigger More Often on Smartphones than Gals”
By Jeff Najar, Biker Pros
Photography: Jack McIntyre
Note: Keith “Bandit” Ball contracted Biker Pros to write an article for Bikernet.com on the Snake. We interviewed Kyle Heller of Hot Rod Harley-Davidson, the primary builder, and scouted a photography location during the Harley-Davidson 110th celebration.
In a sea of custom bikes, Snake, the 2011 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide from Hot Rod Harley-Davidson, rivets your attention like a 50/50 ice cream bar on a 90-degree summer day.
The Tangelo Orange House of Kolor paint shimmers in the sun and is contrasted with the tribal graphics, which are integrated with painted carbon fiber panels.
When you first look at the bike it looks like a highly detailed standard bagger, the fit and finish is carefully refined. But after a few minutes you begin to notice it isn’t standard at all. It’s integrated so well it almost looks like what should roll off the factory assembly-line. Continue reading “The Snake: A FLHX Street Glide”
I’m sitting here at 30,000 feet coming in exactly one week from the time I started this campaign beginning at the Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary celebration. Along with my co-hort, Bob Kay, we produced the AMD Invitational Custom Bike Show at the Harley-Davidson Museum.