Please note this a pre-order sale. Meaning they are only printing what they sale,so get in on it now, they are going to have them printed soon! Jeff asks that you please include your size and address on the paypal, and the shirts are $20 each, but please feel free to give more if you are so inclined. All profits go right to Noah, and his therapy and equipment.
Keep fightin the good fight Noah, best of luck from all of us at 2 Wheel Fiends! FTW! (Forever three wheels for Noah tearing it up on his trike, ha ha)
Picked this thing up from Dan at Old Gold for my Ironhead build. It just doesn't quite flow with the direction I am heading so I am offering it up for sale. Fit's CV carbs and mounts vertically or horizontally, comes with all hardware including a one time use locktite, and gasket for the carb side. Only mocked up, no scratches. He sells them for $80 plus shipping, and I'll do it for $75 shipped, or a little sweeter if your in the Twin Cities area and want to grab it in person. Email me at email@example.com
Summer of '99, in my crotch rocket days, a whole group from Tucson rode to PIR for the day to watch the races. I was a whopping 18 years old on my new (new to me anyhow) 96' CBR600F3 in Smokin Joe's purple and yellow, still knew everything, and this was my first ride out of town. My big brothers best friend took me under his wing for the trip, and also scored me a pit pass so we could roam the pits together. It was a day I will never forget. My first time riding in a large pack for a distance further than 30 miles. I think I only had my bike about 2 months at that time. Chad, my brothers friend, and I were just walking up to the Team Muzzy pits, when Aaron Yates comes pulling in, hands off his bike to a tech, and walks around the back of the trailer to the loading door, outside of the barrier ropes that keep us out the tech's area. Chad hands me his helmet, grabs us a both a poster and runs around the back of the Muzzy truck before anyone can stop him and asks Aaron to sign them for us. Aaron peaks around the back of the truck to see me standing there holding our helmets, and flags me over. He was stoked we rode there for the races, offered us both a bottle of water, signed our posters, and gave us a tour of the team trailer and his pit area. Aaron was a hell of a nice guy, and to this day, the autographed poster still hangs right above my tool box in the garage. It was a day I will never forget.
Dodge City,1920. From left to right are Bill Ottoway, Maldwyn Jones, Ralph Hepburn, Fred Ludlow, Otto Walker, Ray Weishaar, Jim Davis and the guy on the right is mechanic Hank Syvertstein. This was Harley's untouchable race team in the teens and 20's. They held more records than any other team, and won more races than any other team, including almost sweeping this race at Dodge City 5 years prior in 1915, losing only 3rd place to another team, Harley team riders placed 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th. This was the elite team at the head of the Harley/Indian rivalry.
John Harman Products catalog. Some cool Harman history, laid out really well, can be found here. The guy who put this together really put some effort into it, did a ton of research, and did justice to Mr. Harman's legacy.