Site Roundup:


In order to share more of the great stories going on in the H-D universe, has been pairing with sister site  Once in a while, we do a round-up of cool stuff over there that our readers might be interested in. This week we’ve got tales of dropped bikes, Panhead Jim’s report on Harley-Davidson WLA’s in WWII, and a die-hard Harley rider’s fight with the Motor Company to get his warranty acknowledged.


b99276401z.1_20140522215928_000_ght6b4os.1-0Dave Zein has been a life-long Harley-Davidson rider. Now, H-D is denying his warranty, claiming that the flags he flies on the back are dragging down the engine and tranny. What do you think?  Read More.

WLA01Panhead Jim shows us the WLA, the some assembly required Harley-Davidson that became ubiquitous in WWII. Read More.

Dropped-Bike-Horror-HomeNo one wants to drop a bike, but when it happens, it’s almost always a horror story? Read these and then share yours!



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