Renown Harley Dealer Bruce Rossmeyer Dies in Motorcycling Accident

Photo courtesy fo BruceRossMeyer.com

Photo courtesy of BruceRossMeyer.com

Renown Harley Dealer Bruce Rossmeyer died in a motorcycling accident in Wyoming on July 30, 2009. He and a group of friends were enroute to Sturgis, South Dakota to attend the annual rally. According to reports, Rossmeyer collided with a truck that was pulling a camping trailer as it turned left while Rossmeyer was attempting to pass.

Rossmeyer is survived by his wife, Sandy, five children and nine grandchildren. Visit http://www.brucerossmeyer.com for more details.

Harley Davidson Tri-Glide To Escort President-Elect Barack Obama On Inauguration Day

Photo: Lieutenant Scott Fear, Photo Courstesy of Harley Davdison, Photo Credit: Christy Bowe

Photo Credit: Christy Bowe. Courtesy of Harley Davidson

On Jan. 20, 2009, at 12 p.m. President-elect Barack Obama will be sworn into office as the 44th President of the United States. Leading the way will be a Police Motorcycle escort riding a one-of-a-kind 2009 Harley-Davidson Police concept Tri-Glide Ultra Classic Trike.

Lieutenant Scott Fear (pictured in photo on right), Commander of the U.S. Park Police Motorcycle Unit, will lead the parade from the Capitol to the White House. Read more »

Motorcycles, Pickup Trucks, and Flying Garbage…

By: Pete CrusoeMotorcycle Cruiser Links - Recycle Image

It was a sunny, warm, & beautiful spring day – a great day for a motorcycle ride. It was also a day that left me slightly puzzled and wondering if a pickup truck driver was being reckless or just polite. Read more »

Big Dog: The Most Advanced Quadruped Robot on Earth

Boston Dynamics - Big Dog Robot

No, it’s not the “Big Dog” chopper; actually, it’s not even a motorcycle. Nevertheless, this machine is so cool we just had to show it to you! (Click here to see the action video).

Billed as the “most advanced quadruped robot on Earth”, the Big Dog can run at 4 mph, climb slopes up to 35 degrees and walk across rubble – all while carrying a 340 pound load! And when it comes to balance – you can’t seem to knock this thing over. Read more »

Let’s Go You Slugs – Get On Your Bike And Ride!

ride to work logo Today is the 17th annual “Ride Your Bike To Work Day, so let’s get out there, have some fun, and save some gas in the process! Read more »

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