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100% BikeR n°107100% BikeR n°107

100% BikeR - a custom bike magazine custom built for bikers


sources : http://www.100-biker.co.uk & www.themagazineman.co.uk
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club harley april 2007 - vol 81

ride the harley-davidson


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Vibes n°163 may 2007Vibes n°163 may 2007

Harley-Davidson life magazine for bikers





sources : http://www.themagazineman.co.uk & http://www.vibes-web.com
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0801 07-6 Dream Machines www.szeneshop.comDream Machines - january 2008 issue 07-6

Deutschland groBes Harley-Davidson Magazin


sources : www.szeneshop.com
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Easy Riders Magazine January 1990 Volume 20 Number 199Easy Riders Magazine January 1990 Volume 20 Number 199

Table of Contents
Bike Features
10 Earn a scooter scholarship by learning about this bike
35 Shag's road-stompin' red Indian rises from ashes in a cornfield
69 Six decades later— life's lookin' good for -It" and not too bad for Bill and Tiffany either
98 For this shovel, deuces are wild and make for double trouble

Foxy Rider
20 1979 Low Rider drag bike/ Debbie Bearup

Reader's Ride
44 1989 -two-wheel-drive- Heritage/ Steve J. Straub

Events
16 Bikers helping hikers in Big Bear
87 Our First Annual Easrriders Bike Show at the Queen Mary

Biker Hall O' Fame
30 Men and women dedicated to biking

Fiction
48 A Cold Winter's Ride . . . Oddball Neither wind, snow or sleet can stop a bro with blue halls

Non-Fiction
76 Something To Celebrate ... J. J. Solari Tracing the roots of this rag 76

Articles
40 Exhaust flanges for shovels, pans
62 Fox Hunt winner Tiffany
104 Mikuni carb tech advice

Columns
5 Spider
92 Rip's Run

Departments
6 Wordmonger
23 Easynews
27 B.R.O.
32 Passin' Gas
34 Biker's Bulletin Board
56 In The Wind
63 Fox Hunt
66 Parts Box
80 Choppershopper
82 General Store

What's Happenin'
75 What events are down the road from state to state


sources : wonderclub.com & www.easyriders.com
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Gearhead Issue #15 December 2006Gearhead Issue #15 December 2006


LAYOUT BY: Jeremy Stoner
STAFF / CONTRIBUTERS: Mike LaVella, Mike Bumbeck, Eric Davidson, Dirty Donny, Chas Glynn, Brad Iger, Alan Rutter, Jeremy Stoner, Kevin Thomson, Nate Tynan, Bill Boichel, Mitch Cardwell, Michelle Haunold, Verne Hammond, Dave Martin, Mike Wiebe
COVER STORIES: The Burbank Choppers, Soichiro Honda, Mr. J
ARTICLES ON: Mad Fabricator's Society, The return of the New York Dolls, Pere Ubu's David Thomas interview, Bonneville '06, Paul Gruskin's new book Rockin' Down the Highway
REGULAR FEATURES: Editor Speaks, Big Nate's Video Roundup, Bobo Tech, Chas' Compendium of Automotive Oddities, Dirty Donny's Canvas Highway, Bumbeck's Bit's and Pieces, Tales Of Kidd Mopar, Record Reviews
CAR OF THE ISSUE: Catthouse Racing's 1965 Buick Skylark
OTHER POINTS OF INTEREST: The first totally MLV / Jeremy Stoner issue
FIRST APPEARANCE OF: Pheck artwork
NEVER TO BE SEEN AGAIN: Davey?
PICTURE OF MIKE KISSING: Nobody - but hugging Deniz Tek!
SOUNDTRACK OF THE ERA: The rediscovery of early 90's hip-hop

sources : http://www.gearheadmagazine.com
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Tatouage n°37 - mars/avril 2004Tatouage n°37 - mars/avril 2004
 
INFOS
CINE
MUSIQUE : Oberkampf
PORTRAIT : Depuis son studio Imago tattoo, Safwan illumine Montréal de ses couleurs flashy
CULTURE : Le tatouage facial
RENCONTRE : Fabrice Bénichou ou l'âme des guerriers
PRATIQUE : Interdit aux mineurs?
INTERVIEW : Julien et son poppa'rt
RENCONTRE : Malick Joyeux, free surfer
REPORTAGE : Visages tatoués du Laos
RENCONTRE : Laurent en route pour l'intégral
TECHNIQUE : "Je me suis piquer à la main"
CONVENTION : Milan, la plus grande maniestation d'Europe
COURRIER
A SUIVRE : "Les", le Hongrois de Paris
ALBUM


sources : http://www.tatouagemagazine.fr
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Back Street Heroes issue 298 feb 2009 Back Street Heroes issue 298 feb 2009

 The Midlands gives me hope for the futurE


The Midlands gives me hope for the future of customising. Over the last few years I’ve watched from the cheap seats as the custom scene has not only grown, but thrived in the middle of this sceptred isle.

Some people in this area build parts and bikes for a living; others create as a sideline to a ‘proper’ job. These guys often help each other out, or work together in various combinations, as part of what has

become a busy custom building community, quietly turning out fine bikes, several of which have graced the pages of BSH in the past. Blue..

see more back Back Street Heroes issues >



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textes : http://www.backstreetheroes.com
photos : www.themagazineman.co.uk
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American V issue 17 : june/july 2006American V issue 17 : june/july 2006
 

• DVD Reviews:
... Choppertown
... Building a Chopper Chassis
• Roadtest: 2006 VRSCD Night Rod
• Last Years Model: parts bin special
• 1982 FXB Sturgis
• Suck Squeeze Bang Blow:
... Exhausting principes
• Sin City Ratbike
• Laughlin River Run 2005
• ZZ3 Boss Hoss: 5.7 litre monster
• Project Victory: spanner-time
• Mainz 2006: CCE and AMD ProShow
• Olds Cool. Playtime for Tony.
• Project Fat Boy: fitting the steroids
• Oscar's Evo: lean and hungry
• Roadtest: 2006 XL1200 Low
• International Events Calendar
and:
• News and New Products • and The Righteous Brothers in colour



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photo : www.themagazineman.co.uk
texte : http://www.american-v.co.uk
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HEAVY DUTY Issue 96 January/Februaru 2008 HEAVY DUTY Issue 96 January/Februaru 2008 

 
Roll up, roll up and welcome one and all to issue 96, our first edition for 2008. The sun is shining, the Aussies are bouncing India in the second test and roads all over Australia are beckoning us to go for a long ride! But before you do make sure you get a look at our two cover/poster bikes. The Kustom King is A drop dead beautiful bobber built by local bloke, Dylan Robb, from Warrnambool in Victoria. It is his first ever build and features a '67 genny Shovel rebuilt by Dylan and slotted into a late model Attitude rigid frame. The bike features a heap of one-off parts, many of them re-cycled from other bikes. Like the suicide shifter, which is one half of a Shovelhead sissy bar! This bike is an absolute heart breaker and when you realise that Dylan designed, fabbed and painted the whole thing himself then you realise that this guy is gonna go places. Oh, he tooled the leather seat as well!


Our other feature bike, 'Slither' is an outrageous Big Bear Choppers Athena model, constructed by local Melbourne builder, Digga. The Athena is an unusual model in that BBC only made a handful of them and only one ended up here in Aussie. Digga is no stranger to choppers and we have featured his bikes in HD before but Slither is a whole new ballgame. It measures 11.5 feet long and has a Mat Egan reptile paint job that will make you believe this bike is alive. Slither is powered by a hotted up S&S 124 motor with twin carbs and it most certainly doesn't 'slither' in the acceleration department. A magnificent bike, well worthy of its place in this issue!

We also road test the new 2008 Road King and Road Glide. Both bikes got a rave review from our staffers and are a well kept secret in the new H-D range. Doc updates his Orange Betty series and we take a look at a genuine world champion Panhead salt racer. How does 156 mph sound? Plus, there is a feature on Branko's award winning '57 Panhead, two beautiful Street Fatboys and the West Coast Choppers bobber twins from the Grindhouse movie. As well as plenty of full blown, up front choppers.
As well, there is reports on both the National and Victorian HOG rallies, the 2007 Bankstown Bike Show and the inaugural American and British Show.

And of course, our famous tech articles are going strong. Doc answers a heap of your questions plus we show how to swap the cam in an Evolution motor. And Mike Hess updates his 2007 Ultra project bike.

Plus , there is an update on our fantastic tour to Sturgis in July, 2008!

 




sources : http://www.heavyduty.com.au
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