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Are you heading to the Mama Tried Motorcycle Show?


Bypass the long lines by purchasing your advance tickets for Flat Out Friday and Mama Tried before the party begins this weekend. We want to thank Benny Stucker for covering the mayhem for us. Expect a full feature soon! 


FYI - Today's the final day to enter Biltwell's giveaway

Today is the final day to enter Biltwell's EXFIL-48 backpack. You can enter here and here. We'll announce the winners tomorrow afternoon. Best of luck!

Sporty Parts Parking Lot Sale

Save the date to support our friends at Sporty Parts for their parking lot sale. Get there early to snag the killer deals. Tell them CC sent you!

It's time for the NORCAL CYCLE SWAP

The NorCal Cycle Swap is being held six times with the first date being February 10th, 2019. Buy, sell, trade all things motorcycle related. Go to www.norcalcycleswap.com for complete information.

Let's Go Racing

Be sure to support the App Moto Jam on Saturday!

New Feature: In The Shop with George Counes of Spartan Frameworks

Take a moment to read Jenn's interview with George Counes of Spartan Frameworks here.

Here's your extra chance to win a Biltwell EXFIL-48

Be sure to enter in the Main Forum and in the post on Instagram for the chance to win an EXFIL-48 from Biltwell Inc! We'll announce the winners on Monday, February 11th.

New EXFIL 48 BACKPACK from Biltwell Inc. + Giveaway!

The New EXFIL-48 backpack was designed by riders, for riders, this bag is packed with moto-centric features including two large external pockets with dedicated, tool, hardware, and additional gear storage. Two large internal pockets for securely stashing items like a fuel or water bottle.

With two exterior zippers, these items can be accessed independently while the main compartment is fully zipped. In the back of the main interior compartment is a padded laptop sleeve with elastic retainers.

"The center compression strap cinches cargo down, and these straps can be reversed and clipped to each other around the back of the bag and to help secure it to a sissy bar. Additional external straps help secure the bag to your moto and can be used to add a bedroll or jacket to the rear of the bag. A ventilated mesh back panel with molded bio-foam keeps some distance between your back and the pack which allows for air-flow. The bottom portion of the bag is PVC coated for water-resistance and easier cleanup. Like all of our moto gear bags, we measure interior volume in a way that our customers can understand- 12-ounce beer cans. This backpack will hold 48."-Biltwell

Construction: 1680 Denier/PVC outer shell with hi-vis orange interior lining.

Dimensions: 11.5' wide x 18' tall x 10' deep. The main compartment holds 18 liters of fluid.

Click here to purchase yours.
OR...click here to enter for the chance to win one for FREE!

2/23/2019 - The Winter Moto Expo

From the guys that brought you Full Speed Ahead, comes the perfect cure for cabin fever - The Winter Moto Expo! Come check out custom motorcycles from some of the northeast's finest builders, as well as vendors hawking their motorcycle/hot rod/punk rock/metal/Kustom kulture parts and merch! Then that evening there will be blazing full set musical performances from the Von Traps, Humanoids, and the legendary Scissorfight! Click here for advance tickets
Info:
Vendor/bike load in: 11am-12:30
Moto Expo bike show 1-6pm
Intermission / bike-vendor load out 6-7pm
Bands 7pm-12am
Follow Choppahead on Instagram for more information.
Thanks!
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How To Build a Custom Exhaust with Cry Baby Cycles

With building season in full effect, we thought it would be wise to showcase Josh Allison's how to build a custom fender tech article again. Click here to learn the step-by-step process to get it done!
         
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