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BMC Motorcycle Company: Indian Chieftain Side Covers
You have to check these out. I talked to Tyler at BMC, and they can make them with or without the passenger peg cut outs. I'm a fan of not having the peg cut outs because I've removed all passenger items from my bike. I plan on getting me a set soon. Now, paint is another story. Getting these painted could cost you more than the side panels. I think they are bad ass and worth the cost of the paint.
08/16/2019: Update: I just ordered my set today without the passenger peg cutouts. They will be painted by Chief Custom Cycles In Douglasville, GA.
Chief Custom Cycles: Douglasville, Georgia
Check out on Facebook, Big Chief Custom Cycles.
If You need some custom work or just a service to your Indian Motorcycle or Harley-Davidson. Give John a call at Big Chief Custom Cycles
Motorcycle Riding Weather Forecast For Your Location
The weather is using your IP address from the device you opened up the web site with. Access from your desktop computer will provide a better accuracy on your local location and weather. We also have your motorcycle riding 3 day forecast by zipcode. This will provide better accuracy, and you can check the weather forecast of your destination zip code, to include having the weather forecast emailed to you or any email.
Indian Motorcycle Spark Plug Wires Coming Soon
Sumax has been designing and developing spark plug wires since 1983. Now they are about to release spark plug wires for the Indian Motorcycle Thunder Stroke 111. These new Indian Spark Plug Wires were tested by Lloyd from Lloyds Motorworkz and the Bike ran like an animal
. Look for these spark plug wires sometime in September of this year.
Check out Sumax website for more information.
Indian Motorcycle Service Manual Online
Check out the 2014-2016 Indian Motorcycle Service Manual
Why do drivers often violate motorcyclists' right of way?
- Motorcycles are relatively small and drivers don't see them
- Drivers don't anticipate motorcycles' movements
- The driver's view of the motorcyclist is obstructed, often by the vehicle's blind spots or other vehicles
- The driver is distracted
- Enjoy your ride and make it home safe!
- New decal available online: Look Twice Save A Life
Some common topics for Indian Motorcycle Riders
Maybe not the most common talked about, but should be the most common thought about. Tire pressure and new bike break-in procedures are very important aspects of riding safe and caring for a new bike. Click the link below to get the specs.
The American Motorcyclist Association endorses lane splitting. According to the University of California, study by Berkeley researchers say that it enhances motorcycle safety. The option can provide an escape route for motorcyclists who would otherwise be trapped of stuck from behind. One of the most dangerous situations for any on-highway motorcyclist is being caught in congested traffic. I get this. The roads I travel on when coming home from work are so congested and cars are trying to cut in between other vehicles. I'm constantly on the look out even more, waiting to be struck by a car trying to cut between me and another vehicle.
Until recently, California was the only legal state. Now Utah is another state that Lane Splitting is legal. The law allows motorcyclist traveling no faster than 15 mph to go between lanes of stopped traffic on roads where the speed limit is 45 mph or less.
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