Phoenix, A.Z. –Dirty Bird Concepts introduces the Loot Series Derby Cover (DBC-247) This new addition to our Loot series line will add a new age look to your bike with machine precision cuts. The Derby Cover is available in contrast black and shiny chrome which includes a gasket. This part fits Harleys up to 2016. Proudly made in the USA.
Adding a custom derby is a great way to add a dynamic look to your bike without breaking the bank. 2018 is the year for our Loot series. We will be coming out with more unique parts to add to this line. To shop all Dirty Bird parts, please visit us online at www.dirtybirdconcepts.com.
Dirty Bird Concepts Brooke Hirschfeld,
Brooke @dirtybirdconcepts.com www.dirtybirdconcepts.com
American Flat Track is the world’s premier dirt track motorcycle racing series and one of the longest-running championships in the history of motorsports. Sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing in Daytona Beach, Fla., the series is highly regarded as the most competitive form of dirt track motorcycle racing on the globe. For more information on American Flat Track, please visit http://www.
On this cold winters day, I thought I’d grab a shoot from my past, just a few years ago in Old Town Philadelphia during a beautiful summer day, Mayhem Cycles delivered this stunning restored 1950 Harley-Davidson Panhead. Enjoy the images.
Pictures & Post by Jack McIntyre
One of my greatest “biker” memories was loading my first Harley-Davidson Fatboy onto my Dodge Ram a few decades ago, and doing the over night run from Philly to Daytona Beach for my first Biketoberfest. I had no idea what to expect, but when turning of 95 South onto Rt. 1 towards Ormand Beach, my eyes popped open the size of golf balls. Bikers everywhere, and I mean on bar fronts at every corner, parking lots, roads, beach… everywhere. I knew then that I was in my happy place. Since those days, I have watched the industry flourish, fall apart, pull it’s self back together, and keep trying up till today. I went from being just a visitor to very involved in the media side of motorcycling for the total love of it.Truth is, my generation is getting older, not too old yet, but getting there. Of all of the things I have done in my life, biker rallies top the list by far. I go to as many as I can, and won’t stop until my body says to. My concern is, are the upcoming corporate professionals with the major motorcycle and component companies going to step up and keep up their roles? Are the up and coming media and event organizers going to keep alive these HUGE gatherings? I can only hope so and I would lend my experiences to anyone that would ask.