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Ride to Work Day is June 15th

The objective of Ride to Work Day is to demonstrate to the public the value of the motorcycles and scooters as transportation. As vehicles they are not only on average cheaper to manufacture, but cheaper to operate and make a smaller carbon footprint throughout their useful life. On an average day, some 80,000,000 automobiles are …

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Our Losses of Larry Klein, GT Motors, Lansing, Michigan, Don Bradley, Florida

Larry Klein photo by American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association

He was a fixture at many swap meets and shows in the central United States, a book collector and dealer like no other. Larry Klein was the go-to guy for anything motorcycle book related. His career included the operation of GT Motors, a Moto-Guzzi dealership in Lansing, Michigan. Then Larry began to specialize in his …

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Featured Bike – Gas Menagerie/Copper Kettle by Ron Blay and Ron Finch

When you look at a motorcycle like Copper Kettle, built around 1974, you get an idea of just how long talent and craftsmanship has been at work to CREATE crate interesting motorcycles. A story on the bike in Custom Chopper magazine states that although Ron Finch’s work is “not the most popular bike styling in …

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