The best about a Harley is the one who rides it!
is proud to sponsor the View Society, which is supporting
underprivileged children in Thailand. The society is recognized by the government of Germany. Donations are tax deductible.
Harley has changed every single part of their motorcycles, but one thing never changed. The very
horn, also called cowbell can still be found on
the 2011 big Twins.
Rauchs Café and Bar
.....is the place for the those guys, who
can't leave their bike home and even ride in
steady drizzle. Sure they know what to expect at
Rauchs Café: the best coffee in the town of
| Picture of the month:
There she is. Somebody must have stretched her frame to fit the Blockhead inside. A barrel type oil tank, a shortened mudguard, a gas tank, which might take you to the next bakery and back on an early Sunday morning,
complete the bobber style bike. The bike was discovered in Hannover, in Northern Germany. The owner though was out of sight, therefore no questions could be asked about his philosophy, or why he is in love with gas stations.
Quote of the month
"If I had wanted to make a life long career out of working with the mentally retarded, I would have either gone into Special Ed or opened up a Harley-Davidson dealership..." - Christopher T. Shields (Black Echo)
It depends on where you are at....
...but if you are in Thailand here is a party to ride to. It is located a couple of miles outside of Khon Kaen.
Click into the picture to learn more.
Lately in Samut Prakan, a part of Bangkok we stumbled over a motorcycle, which looked a kind of strange...!
Taking a closer look it turned out to be a Janda, a Jawa with a 125cc Honda engine inside. Click into the picture to see more of this beautiful piece of junk.