Many of you have heard of Ride to Work Day. Well how many of you have heard about "Forget Work and Lets Ride Day"? It takes place on the last Wednesday in June every year and it is a one day biker Holiday, where everyone who rides a Motorcycle ditches work and goes out riding for the day. The Event was "Officially" made a Biker Holiday on Wednesday June 29th 2011 on Long Island in NY. It comes from the mind of Long time Biker Rights Activist, Freelance Writer on the Biker Lifestyle, Biker Radio Show Host and one of the owners of the Skull Gear Apparel Inc (www.skullgearapparel.net) Clothing Line "Your Bro LJ James" (facebook.com/AmericanBikerX)
The design of a Big Twin's Powertrain is non-unitized. And that is, the gearbox is attached apart from the engine, meaning the two should work side by side so that it can send power. That's where the primary drive, found in that huge metal case near the rider's left foot, takes into action.
Many of you out there have been asking me about the Biker Holiday I am trying to create (Hopefully it will catch on all over the USA) on the Last Wednesday in June each year. First off I want to say to everyone that this is not the Anti Ride to Work Day as some have suggested, This is in the same Spirit as ride to work day!
Whenever a person or group of people try to live their lives free, those who are stuck in unhappy lives will be jealous. Some people have a hard time letting go, freeing themselves from the day to day trials and tribulations of everyday life even for a little while. Others seek an escape from the stress and anxiety often associated with modern day life.
The Harley-Davidson Company or HD has been around for just over 100 years. It all began with two friends in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1903. William S. Harley stands for the H in HD. Arthur Davidson is one of three D’s. The other two D’s being his brothers, Walter and William Davidson. William Harley and Arthur […]
Harley Background – The Wonderful Harley J Motorcycles In 1919 Harley-Davidson extra the JS Sidecar Twin to the J Solo motorcycle for the road and on the specialty side – the JA, JB, and JF motorcycles. The JA featured the Harley A motor, the JB featured a Harley B motor, and the JF featured a […]