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  . . . Guest Columnists . . .  

Below are articles from journalists in our industry.  If you would like to contribute to our site on a regular basis, you can e-mail us at Bikes@BikerHotline.com or give us a call at 1-877-700-2468.



 

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Photographer, author, and curator, Tom Zimberoff began his career as a clarinetist turned photojournalist.  For 30 years his images of celebrities, scholars, artists, business leaders, and politicians (including two American Presidents) were published regularly worldwide.  Best known to the motorcycle industry are his books, Art of the Chopper and Art of the Chopper II...

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Harald "Howie" Zechner is a Trailblazers member, belongs to the Motor Press Guild, owns a production company, is Press Officer/Public Relations person for Industry Racing and has been around Speedway forever.  Here are his articles including his "You Meet The Nicest People At Speedway" series...

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On the Road with Johnny & Jay started in 2008 as a one-time feature article written by Jay Barbieri and Johnny Lange in several rally guides.  This column quickly expanded to a quarterly column in 2009 and in 2010 it became monthly.  Read their articles here..

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Cindy Quick Wilson published her first article in 2002 about her adventures during her first-ever ride on her newly purchased Sportster—all the way from Phoenix, Arizona to her home in Seattle.  Cindy brings the feminine perspective to BikerHotline.com.  Read her articles here...

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Rick Strand says "I'm just a little shop doing what I love to do. Kinda cozy don't ya think? I'm not anything big, just an old biker puttering around my shop hand building $80,000 motorcycles. I'm so old school I'm pre-school!"   Check out Rick Strand of Freebird Custom Motorcycles' stories...

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Rocky Robinson is the current World Land Speed Record holder in the Ack Attack Streamliner, and is also the author of Flat Out, a book the depicts his journey towards the land speed record. Check out his articles...

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Richard Parks is the writing half of the Gone Racin' column.  His partner is Roger Rohrdanz who does the photography.  Together they write and  photograph the history of the car culture and racing in Southern California.  Richard has hundreds of articles on Hot Rod Hotline and we are very pleased to have him on BikerHotline! RICHARD PARKS ARTICLES

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At a time when the chopper trend was extremely Harley oriented, Dave Brackett with AEE Choppers decided to build a custom bike from a 350 Honda street bike. Because of his desire to expand the market to Japanese bikes, the chopper industry has grown to include everything imaginable.  Read Dave's stories about his time at AEE Choppers.  DAVE BRACKETT ARTICLES

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When we first saw the amazing pictures that Gary takes, we knew that we had to share them with our readers.  You will not want to miss these...it's almost like being there yourself. Gary Andrews' photos...

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Mark Stewart is a contributing writer for more than three motorcycle publications and currently is the president of a full service PR and marketing company focusing on the V-Twin industry as a whole.  When not working or riding, you can find Stewart at local events and shows covering companies, products, news and trends.  MARK'S ARTICLES

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In his early years Lance Lambert was hanging out in car dealer's showrooms, pumping gas at the local Signal station, building model cars, and even attempting to drive his parents 1956 Cadillac at the age of ten.  Lance is an accomplished writer whose stories recapture some great times in his life that you will love to read about.   To read more click here....

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There are times, as they say,  when necessity is often the mother of invention.  Mark Kline's case is no exception.  After a particularly rough accident with his bike while loading it on the trailer at the Sturgis 2002 rally, his idea of the camping pod came about.  Read about Marks account, his idea, and see more pictures here

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George Trosley began drawing cartoons at the tender age of five.  Professional cartooning came 17 years later.  Trosley's more than 30 years of humorous renderings are an illustrated slice of Auto-Americana. READ MORE..

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April 2007 welcomes Lenny Cenotti as a Guest Columnist.  Lenny had the honor and pleasure of working with Mr. Tom McMullen at AEE Choppers many years ago,  and has offered to share his blog with us. Click here to read some of his excerpts.




 

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