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Post and Images by Jack McIntyre

Saturday October 5th, I attended an event that was new to me. T.R.O.G. The Race of Gentlemen. It was held in Wildwood, NJ, and the reason for that is explained in this video. After watching the video, come back to this post because using their words, you will learn more about T.R.O.G. and I will post my images from Saturday’s races. Next year I plan to make this a 3 day event for myself as a photographer. They had many events within this gathering that I just couldn’t get to, but I will better prepare for the next T.R.O.G. I am posting a complete gallery of my T.R.O.G. images HERE, JUST CLICK THIS LINK.

About T.R.O.G. VISIT THEIR SITE when you have a chance.

TROG isn’t an invention. It’s been happening well before our founders were born, but now it has a name and a place in the foreground of modern culture. TROG taps into something primal and emotional. An escape from an impressively mundane world, offering mechanical reprieve from its backlit, binary grip. TROG events are real, jarring and built on the strongest, sappiest foundation of all… friendship. A weekend retreat with late nights and early mornings, where you laugh and yell and experience nature in the strangest possible way. A reminder that most admirable aspects of humanity have yet to die off.

 About The Race of Gentlemen

The inaugural Race of Gentlemen was held in 2012 on the beach in Asbury Park, NJ, just days before Hurricane Sandy made landfall. New Jersey has a storied tradition of beach racing, including an epic 1-mile beach race in Cape May during the summer of 1905. The exhibition featured the likes of Henry Ford, Louis Chevrolet and speed record holder Walter Christie. At the time, the Cape May beach was deemed the “finest racing beach” in the world. The Race of Gentlemen has since moved from Asbury Park to Wildwood—a stone’s throw from Cape May—for its flatter, wider beaches and legendary boardwalk. Enthusiasts now attend from all over the country to run their machines down a 1/8-mile straightaway in front of thousands of spectators. The event continues to grow and garner international recognition, while laying the groundwork for additional exhibitions and races around the country.

About The Oilers Club

Founded by Jim Nelson in Southern California over 65 years ago, The Oilers Club, was a small group of thrill-seeking friends that built and raced hot rods and motorcycles using outdated pre-WWII era chassis, bodies, motors and parts. In 2010, the keys to the club were handed to Meldon Van Riper Stultz III, a Jersey Shore native who, with his colorful crew of vintage car and motorcycle revivalists, now stage these rolling exhibitions at historically significant locations across the country.                                                                                                                SEE ALL OF THE IMAGES BY CLICKING HERE                                                                                                                                                  


Post & Images by Jack McIntyre

September 15th marked the 15th annual Grease Monkey Block Party. The day is celebrated with everything that Indian Larry loved in the “biker world”. Amazing bikes, bands, beer, and characters NYC style. I’m a one handed photographer at the moment until I get this dreaded brace and bandages off my hand, so I collected a group of my iphone pics for you, hope they paint a bit of a picture of the day.Bobby & Elisa Seeger make all of this magic happen. Bobby runs life as he wants to true to his own path & Elisa, well she’s just one of the most amazing women on planet Earth. Continue reading THE 2018 INDIAN LARRY GREASE MONKEY BLOCK PARTY

Meet Masha NEPOMNYASCHAYA, a 27 year old Ukrainian female Motorcycle Painter

Story and Photos by ITN European Reporter Herve’ Rebollo

Salut à toi American rider,

I’m a proud heavy rider … But I have to confess that I use to spend a consequent time on social networks (and I’m proud too to confirm that  …I’m not on FB …I’m sure you can’t believe it). Continue reading Meet Masha NEPOMNYASCHAYA, a 27 year old Ukrainian female Motorcycle Painter

The Classic Louvered Air Cleaner Makes Transition From Hot Rods to Motorcycles

The popular Louvered Air Cleaner has traditionally graced hot rods using Holley 94’s and Stromberg 97 carburetors, but with the new backing plates made by Lowbrow Customs, you can install and run one of these inexpensive, cool air cleaners on your Harley-Davidson with ease.

Louvered Air Cleaner kits come complete with a washable paper filter, stainless steel, allen-head hardware and mounting gasket. They are available for CV carburetors and EFI Throttle Bodies, as found on Harley-Davidson Sportsters from 1991-2015, Big Twins 1993-2006, and FXD Dyna from 2004-2015. A kit is also available for S&S Super E and G Carburetors. The USA-made backing plates are 1/4 inch thick steel, powdercoated black. This well engineered kit contains everything you need and installs in minutes. The Louvered Air Cleaner Install Video has step-by-step instructions on installing this kit on a Sportster, including a list of all tools needed.

Lowbrow Customs’ Louvered Air Cleaners are $42.95 for the entire kit and can be ordered by phone at 1-855-456-9276 or by visiting www.lowbrowcustoms.com. All of the 7,100+ motorcycle parts and accessories at Lowbrow Customs are in-stock, on the shelf and shipping out daily, world-wide.

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