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January 27, 2007

The magic of a Harley gathering

Glass_ride 2 pages of Harley Couture

Do the Lambretta twist

How Harley Motorcycles Are Made (and 60 other videos of Cool Stuff Being Made at the National Association of Manufacturers website)

circular bike. Nine salvaged bikes were reassembled into a carousel formation. The bike is modular and can be dismantled and reassembled. It is normally left in public places where it can attract a variety of riders. Also by Robert Wechsler: A penny as a manhole cover

Transparent chopper: My brother, Joe Stanaway unveiling his hand-blown glass motorcycle masterpiece ‘The Glass Ride’

Vintage Harley 1907

Growabrain_2By the way, after 4 or 5 years of usage, I forgot to renew the initial domain name with which I started this blog, The Great Team. If you are still linking to the original re-direct, please switch your Growabrain linkage to here. Thank you, The Management

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That circular bike is one of those "why didn't I think of that" things.

Posted by: beajerry at Jan 27, 2007 1:23:45 AM

Dear Hanan,

Harley-Davidson has now opened a new store called in the "Elvis After Dark" plaza at Graceland. Store merchandise includes t-shirts, mugs, collectibles and other items featuring a Graceland Harley-Davidson logo. Also, Harley-Davidson will introduce the design of 30 limited-edition Elvis Harley-Davidson motorcycles to be custom-built in commemoration of the Elvis 30th Anniversary year.

I'm so excited!

http://www.elvis.com/news/full_story.asp?id=1167


Posted by: Marlow Harris at Jan 28, 2007 12:47:54 AM