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Show Class & Born-Free Cover Contest



The guys at Show Class Magazine are going to do an issue completely dedicated to Born-Free.It will be finished shortly after the show.It will be packed with event coverage,show& builder bikes,Art,vendors,people,ect. The guys were so impressed with all the artwork we received for the T shirt contest they want to do a Show Class Cover Contest for the Born-Free issue. So get started or tweak some of your T designs and send them in. The winner will be chosen before the show and we will announce the deadline soon.This is a great opportunity for you artist's out there to show your work. Send them in to mike@bornfreeshow.com and I will post and forward them to Show Class. Visit their site@ http://www.showclassstore.com/

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This weekend folks! 4 Points Motorcycle Show- Madison, WI



WHAT
We're having a good ol' fashion shindig with motorcycles, tacos and beer. We'll be giving away a Harley-Davidson chopper for free.

WHEN
10am - 10pm
Saturday, August 29th 2015

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Gotta give credit to Lacey and Steffan who spent the weeks leading up to the event preparing and the entire event (with some drinking mixed into the fold) cooking for everyone wise enough to drop $25 dollars on a meal ticket for home cooked love, dinner Friday through breakfast Sunday, whether you're a meat lover or a vegetarian, the food was fabulous. Thanks Lacey and Steffan!





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Taco Moto Tuesday SEPT 1st 2015


Straight Off of Instagram!

#TacoMotoTuesday

#TMT

'follow @KultOfSpeed on Instagram for more info. This one is going to be epic!

(remember that word? "epic" holy shit... this is going to Roh' hock.)

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Live music provided by an awesome band out of Portland called
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This weekend folks - Raven's Run

A motorcycle run starting from Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and coming together for two nights of camping, one day of glorious riding, and unprecedented amounts of shenanigans.

Get ready to call in sick to work on Friday because it's going to be a nice ride into camp.


Friday, August 28
Everyone will leave from their respective cities.
Meeting points/times announced closer to the date
A night of camping and festivities

Saturday, August 29
Wake up, dust off, long day of riding through the beautiful back roads through Quebec and Ontario. Food stops, gas stops, and some swim stops will happen.
Come back to camp for some chopper shenanigans.

Sunday, August 30
wake up, clean up, group rides back home.

Camping is $12/night payable at the gate when you enter.
There aren't assigned sites and there are specific fire pits.
The camp ground is along the river where you can swim and we will be mostly concentrated around a large fire pit with a pond (clothing optional) right next to it.
There are cabins and trailers available for those that don't wish to sleep on the ground, please arrange with the campground to reserve those spots

Before and after

Going thru some pics and found these. 

Thought I would do a little before and after. 



After. Tank and paint , bars , trees shaved internal fork stops, different headlight setup , new levers and MC. Fork shrouds
Top end rebuilt and new cam. 3" primary changes out for 1.5". Mids fabricated. Sissy bar fabbed and different fender , tailight. Completely rewired. New rear wheel with disc brakes. Pipes.    

I'm sure I'm forgetting some stuff. 



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Riding through the Woods and Mud

This past Sunday I took the 883 out for more off-road adventures.  This time I brought my GoPro and a tripod.  I set the tripod up in various locations and took video of me riding past it.  Of course, I took a lot of photos with my phone too.

Here's a long-distance selfie taken with my GoPro:

The sky was covered in a thick blanket of fast moving clouds that made for an ominous backdrop.

However, the sun did peek through every once in while.

This road made for some good photos because of the vanishing point.  It was sandy and quite slippery in some sections.

As I mentioned, I took quite a bit of video.  Here are a few stills from the forest section:

However, the most fun I had was in this part where there was standing water from the rain showers on Saturday.  I started cautiously just riding through the edge of the puddles before taking a chance closer to the middle.

It was cold, wet, and very dirty but I was grinning ear to ear.  I felt like a little kid jumping in puddles.

The bike was (and at the moment I'm typing this, still is) absolutely filthy.

Here's the video:

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