The new Lucas Oil product guide makes it easy to find the right oils and products for your motorcycle application. A smart phone application will soon be available but if you can’t wait or you’d just rather speak to a human, call the Lucas Motorcycle Oil division tech phone line at 855-462-9339.
For the New 2015 HD Road Glide
(Mitchell, SD) December 19, 2014 – Klock Werks has created a simple yet effective part to accent the splitstream vent system in the new 2015+ Harley Davidson Road Glide style fairing. Available in Honeycomb pattern, the Klock Werks Fairing Vent Screens are easy to install, and add a custom touch to the front of your fairing. The Vent Screens may even catch or stop larger bugs and other road debris from entering through your fairing vent!
“As soon as new model bikes are released, we do our best to get our hands on them and get to work. At Klock Werks we are most known for our patented Flare™ Windshields, but we love designing cool little parts like the new Road Glide Vent Screens too. The vent screens serve a purpose and add a custom touch – for just $74.95!” stated Laura Klock of Klock Werks.
Klock Werks Fairing Vent Screens are available now at http://www.kustombaggers.com or your local Drag Specialties Dealer.
About Klock Werks
Located in Mitchell, South Dakota, Klock Werks has grown from humble beginnings to a nationally and internationally recognized Brand. Achieving status as “Air Management Experts”, Klock Werks credits this to the success of the original, patented, Flare™ Windshield. Also supplying fenders, handlebars, and other motorcycle parts, Klock Werks proudly leads the industry through innovation in design and quality of materials and fitment. Team Klock Werks has been successful for years designing parts, creating custom motorcycles, and setting records on the Bonneville Salt Flats. You will find motorcycles, family, and faith at the core of Klock Werks, along with a commitment to caring for the needs of enthusiasts around the world who enjoy their products. http://youtu.be/azcIFMXhbP0?
For More Information please Contact Sara Liberte at Sara@kustomcycles.com
According to Russ Mitchell at Exile Cycles, his recently updated Internal Throttle Assembly is absolutely essential for any self-respecting custom bike—and as a custom builder with decades of experience, he should know. The assembly is beautifully engineered and made in the USA with smooth, roller-bearing action. Priced at a reasonable $199, it’s the kind of modification that not only results in a super clean look but functions seamlessly, too.
The unit installs in the end of your bike’s handlebars eliminating the visible throttle housing and allowing the throttle cable to be routed inside the bars. Choose from two twist-sleeve diameters. The standard diameter matches the stock Harley-Davidson plastic throttle sleeve and works with any same-diameter grip. A smaller diameter twist-sleeve has been developed for use with popular after-market billet grips that typically replace the stock throttle sleeve.
The Internal Throttle Assembly is generally supplied for use with stock 1” handlebar tubing, but other insert diameters can be provided on request. A left-side version is also available as part of Exile’s clever Twist Clutch Assembly.
Keeping your important stuff together can be a challenge when you’re riding, especially on longer trips. I’ve searched exhaustively for a compact yet competent organizer – something small enough to slip into a saddlebag but not so small that it gets lost; a slim holder that can accommodate a smart phone but also keeps everything secure if it gets jostled about or the weather turns nasty. And I think I found just the thing!
Aerostich specializes in hard-working, long-lasting equipment for riders, including their recognizable Aerostich suits. Nothing in their vast line of practical products makes the cut unless it’s been road-tested and passed by Mr. Subjective, the boss. So I was pretty sure this Rite in the Rain Cover would do its job and I’m not disappointed.
Made specifically to hold the manufacturer’s outdoor writing notebooks and pens, I adapted it for important papers, a tool or two, and the all-important communications device. The water-resistant, heavy-duty canvas fabric has just enough tooth that things don’t slip around, and the full length exterior zipper ensures that everything you put inside, stays inside. It zips up to about 7” x 9” x 1.5” – just right for standing up at easy reach inside a saddlebag or backpack.
I plan to use it until it wears out. And that looks to be quite a ways off. Learn more at www.aerostich.com.