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Dirty Bird Concepts Baddest 30" Bagger!!
Here it is!!!! The baddest 30" bagger of all time! For those of you that
thought it wasnt rideable, think again!
Stayed tuned for the next 30" build........coming soon!
Adjustable High Rise (Ape Hanger) Handlebars
At http://www.50stateapes.com we've come up with an innovative adjustable
high rise handlebar solution that allows you - the rider virtually infinite
variations for both comfort, and legal compliance.
If you have high rise handlebars for your cruiser you know the importance
of compliance with state laws. Most states restrict the height allowances
for "ape hangers" Some states have no restrictions at all, but if you're on
a road trip the police in most states will ticket you for exceeding their
handlebar height laws.
With 50 State Apes adjustable handlebars, a simple and fast adjustment can
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It's not only for legal purposes that 50 State Apes come in handy, but for
safety and comfort as well.
Rat Rod vs Lamborghini Aventador! Roadkill Episode 5
On this episode of Roadkill, HOT ROD's David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan
spend 24 crazy hours with a 1930 Model A Rat Rod and a 2012 Lamborghini
Aventador to find out which wildly impractical, larger-than-life car
attracts the most attention.
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Harley kick-starting by 12 year old girl
My daughter (12 years) kick-starts my Shovelhead Chopper just for the
second time !
Please comment. She is so proud :-) Thanks at all for great
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zLWVALGTA4 "Two Years later"
You can also watch the continuation on my next Video
My Harley Davidson Iron being stolen- security video
UPDATE: all info is here, including insurance info- added below
also, yes I am a Pick Up Artist and I teach guys how to get chicks (best
job ever!) http://bravopua.com/blog/
It was stolen Friday at 4am in Tempe Az in a pretty nice building, gated,
security, and well lit corner under a camera
A 2011 Harley Davidson Iron Sportster, stage 1ed it, 1200 motor upgrade,
plunderdog saddlebags, Mustang seat, VH staggered pipes,
chiped and tuned.
Steering is locked that is why he is yanking it back and forth so much.
Multiple clips I had to film if their monitor with me iPhone.
No info yet, cops have his mountain bike and dusting for prints.
Have insurance will find out how good.
First motorcycle I've ever bought. Saved up for awhile. Wanted to ride
forever. Paid cash.
Trip to LA and down the coast to San Diego. And the good spots across Az.
She will be missed.
I hope the guy falls and gets paralyzed.
UPDATE: posted as a comment but many miss, Progressive paid me full amount
for bike, new replacement (I paid extra for great coverage)
No idea how he started it or that the fork was so easy to break!
got a check from Progressive
I was thinking I would be lucky to get 10G's for the bike, because it was
But because I paid extra for the better coverage (instead of like 180 a
year I paid 624 a year) they covered total replacement with a NEW bike. So
instead of them offering me what a 2011 used Iron was worth, they gave me
what a new (and more expensive MSRP) 2014 Iron would cost.
Since this was my first bike, I assumed I would have dropped it or laid it
down...not that it would have been stolen.
So I got the EXTRA coverage. I also didn't have the best health insurance
then, so I paid extra for WAY more medical coverage. (a bike accident would
be more serious and costly)
Even though I paid cash for the bike, I had saved for a bit for it, I still
opted to have great coverage.
Glad I did.
I didn't ride it for a few months after some back issues, and they even
offered to lower the coverage for those months until I would ride it again.
Rep said- no reason to have all that coverage if it is just parked.
But I knew that if I wanted to hop on it, I wouldn't call them before to
re-upgrade. So I left it alone- thank fuck I did. It was stolen from the
spot it was parked in for those months.
I had a 50 dollar deductible. I also am getting SOME of the $ back for the
warranty I purchased...but only like 100-200 bucks.
The upgrades= I had all done at the shop I bought it from, mostly when I
first bought it.
So just went back in there and had them reprint the paper work.
I also had an aftermarket seat and saddlebags that I bought online, so was
simple for me to find those in my inbox and just reprint (I always keep
The best part of all of this- I was bouncing around the idea of trading it
in for a different bike. My GF is looking for one and I was thinking of
getting a bigger Harley or something sportier...but I knew I would lose my
ass on selling it or trading it in.
So even though some POS stole it...it works out pretty well for me!!!
Now I got a big check to help me on my next purchase.