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2013 Suzuki Gsx-r600 on 2040-motos

YearYear:2012 MileageMileage:4800


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TypeType:Touring PhonePhone:(209) 769-2926

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2012 Harley-Davidson Road Glide ULTRA, Ember Red Sunglo. Pristine Road Glide Ultra. Ohlins shocks, CFR exhaust, Garmin 550 GPS, Tourpak extender, HD soft bag inserts for luggage. Reason for sale, is I do not ride enough. Absolutely perfect bike. $20,100.00. Serious inquires only, price negotiable. 209-769-2926

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Zero Motorcycles Named to Made in USA Foundation Hall of Fame

Tue, 03 Jul 2012

The Made in the USA Foundation has named Zero Motorcycles to its 2012 Hall of Fame class, recognizing the electric motorcycle manufacturer’s commitment to American manufacturing. Zero Motorcycles, founded in 2006 in Santa Cruz, Calif., by former NASA engineer Neal Saiki, becomes the second motorcycle manufacturer named to the Foundation’s Hall of Fame. Harley-Davidson was inducted in 2011.

2014 Harley-Davidson CVO Lineup Revealed

Mon, 19 Aug 2013

Harley-Davidson revealed four models in its limited-production 2014 Custom Vehicle Operations. The CVO Breakout introduced last year is back for 2014, and this time it is joined by the all-new CVO Softail Deluxe (pictured above) and the CVO Road King and CVO Limited touring models which also received elements of Harley-Davidson’s new Project Rushmore initiative. All four CVO models get exclusive components and paint treatments not available on other Harley-Davidson models, as well as a number of accessories from the company’s catalog.

Motorcycle Buying Tips For Women

Fri, 17 May 2013

Over the past few years, especially since the height of the economic crisis, more and more women have turned to motorcycling both as a way to save on fuel costs, but also to experience the joys of the open road. In an article recently published by Consumer Reports, some tips are provided for women looking to enter the sport for the first time. The first bit of advice is to “Sit on a lot of different bikes first,” says Angela Annamalai of Shelby’s Powersports in Bronx, New York.

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