Orange Crush

Buying a second hand bike can sometimes backfire, which is something Chris experienced firsthand when he bought this S&S custom chopper. Obviously he always had intentions of making some changes, although what he didn’t expect was to find so many stuff-ups from the previous build that he would end up stripping the bike entirely,

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  • Adventure Time

    It seems with the release of the Pan America, Harley-Davidson’s latest adventure begins – but after just one ride you could be forgiven for thinking they’ve been part of this market for years!

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  • Quick Cruise

    Like most dealerships, the best way to engage your customers is to keep them involved with invites to events, especially shop rides, which is why Harley-Heaven Western Sydney do their best to host regular runs.

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  • Master Class

    When we heard that Chad Cavendish from Sy’s Harley-Davidson was about to take on his final stage of the Master Tech course, we thought we’d catch up with him to find out a little more of what’s involved in becoming a H-D Master Tech.

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  • The Great Escape

    Not only was it the great weather, but it was also a brilliant turnout of nearly 100 riders that ensured the 2nd Annual Great Escape Dice Run with the Infidel MC and Sydney Veterans Lodge was a huge success.

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Bikes and tattoos go together like rum and coke. It takes balls to ride a motorcycle, especially in this prissy PC society, and some of us want the world to know. I guess that’s how motorcycles became such a popular image for tattooing, riders kept asking.

It’s no wonder there’s some stunning motorcycle art etched into living canvas throughout the world. Fact is that maybe half the tattooists I know ride bikes themselves. I guess that’s because bikes, like the world of tattoo, are kind of edgy. This isn’t the stuff of boring people