New product from Throttle Addiction

"ADLERT is a new tire company out of Japan that offers us a much needed alternative 21" tire option with a vintage tread. This tire matches perfectly with a classically styled Firestone Deluxe tires featuring the iconic zig-zag tread pattern. These 21" X 3.00 Vintage tread tires are perfectly styled for your vintage chopper or Cafe racer. Adlert tires are DOT rated with a speed designation of P (94mph) and meet all modern safety standards." -Zach

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Taco Moto Tuesday TONIGHT heads to Costa Mesa

Taco Moto Tuesday heads to Costa Mesa tonight to celebrate Chris Parks and Magoos Birthdays!
Meet at the usual spot 6:30pm, KSU 7 sharp. Ride with us or meet us directly at The Wayfarer....

The Wayfarer 
843 W 19th St, Costa Mesa, CA 92627

More info at @TacoMotoTuesday on the IG.


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Be sure to give our friends at April Fuels a follow on the 'ol gram and Facebook for complete details.

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