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In Memoriam: Jessi Combs
The Woman Who Changed the Racing Game

THE TUNE-UP BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for November 7, 2019
I'm going to be glad when this year is toast

Review: Oil in the Blood
A Documentary about people with passion

Climategate: Ten Years Later
Climate alarmists are still promoting junk science, fossil fuel bans and wealth redistribution.

Found at the National Motorcycle Museum
A Classic Indian Scout from 1926

SCARY HALLOWEEN BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for Halloween 2019, Goddammit!
It's fulla Mysteries

WEEKEND ROUND-UP for October 30, 2019
Salt, Nissan Vans, New Club TV Series and Deadwood

Screamin' Eagle High-Flow Exhaust System and the Complete H-D Experience!
Installing a High Flow Exhaust System On A 2019 Street Glide

DYNA DEFENDER or FXDP SADDLEBAG Installation Review
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EASYRIDERS MAGAZINE HISTORY
Sayng Goodbye To An Old Friend

2019 BIKETOBERFEST -Tropical Tattoo Show
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LOUD PIPES BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for October 24, 2019
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WEEKEND ROUND-UP For October 22, 2019
From the Salt Torpedo to Austin, Texas

NCOM BIKER NEWSBYTES for October 2019
Ethanol, European and Law Action

Riding in the Rain on Motorcycle: What To Remember?
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In Memoriam: Jessi Combs
Jessica Combs (July 27, 1980 – August 27, 2019) was an American professional racer, television personality, and metal fabricator. She set a women's land speed class record (four wheels) in 2013 and broke her own record in 2016. She was known as "the fastest woman on four wheels". Jessi Combs had more than one job description to her name. She was most famous as a television show host and was equally well-known as a metal fabricator. She was also a popular brand representative.
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THE TUNE-UP BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for November 7, 2019
With news from the Control Freaks, the Zero mandates bros, the MRF, the NMA, Katy, Harley-Davidson, Coral Head, Lowbrow, Motorcycle Profiling Project, Rogue, the Whiskey Cellar, Jump-Start, Indian motorcycles, and the Climate Depot.
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Review: Oil in the Blood
‘Oil in the Blood’ is a documentary feature film on the contemporary custom motorcycle culture. This is not a film about motorcycles, it’s a film about motorcycle people. The philosophy of individualism is embedded in motorcycling. The desire to be different and unique, is at the root of the motorcyclist’s imagination. Modifying, customising, and changing bikes is at the very heart of the biker.
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Climategate: Ten Years Later
This month marks the tenth anniversary of “Climategate” – the release of thousands of emails to and from climate scientists who had been (and still are) collaborating and colluding to create a manmade climate crisis that exists in their minds and computer models, but not in the real world. The scandal should have ended climate catastrophism. Instead, it was studiously buried by politicians, scientists, activists and crony capitalists, who will rake in trillions of dollars from the exaggerations and fakery, while exempting themselves from the damage they are inflicting on everyday families.
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Found at the National Motorcycle Museum
The first Scouts appeared in 1920 as 37 cubic inch motorcycles, later became 45s. We just discovered this on in the National Motorcycle Museum. Check it out, if you're in the neighborhood.
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SCARY HALLOWEEN BIKERNET WEEKLY NEWS for Halloween 2019, Goddammit!
With News from Indian, Mongolia, Royal Enfield, Shelby, Lowbrow, Nash Motorcycles, Texas, Barry Green, Rogue, Harley and Pennyslvania, Rodder's Journal, Coral Head Music Festival, Pirelli Tires, Jesse James and West Coast Choppers and so much more...
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