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Heavy Duty Magazine Mar/Apr 2017 Back Issue

English 9 Reviews   •  English   •   Aviation & Transport (Motorcycles) Only €3,49
While Harley-Davidson has ceased production of the V-Rod, you can be sure we’ll continue to feature breathtaking V-Rod tributes like this one from Aussie custom builder American Custom Steel . Also in Issue 151 you’ll be see two outstanding Scouts courtesy of Johnny Gee at Antique Motorcycles. And to add to the eye-candy we’ve got two stunners from the custom paint genius of Kyle Smith – a Street Bob stunt bike for HD Hooligans, and a 1200 Sportster that Kyle built as well. Boris also copped his fair share of eye-candy but of the scenic kind – a Triumph road trip around spectacular Tasmania and his Victory ride around north-eastern Europe. We also feature an all-female rider event, our new Project PowerM8 Street Glide, the American Cannonball Ride (with to bikes no younger than 100 years old!), and Australia’s annual Great Race, where classic Harleys and Indians go head to head. All this plus our usual tech tips, reader rides, regular columns and more. An absolute ripper of an issue!
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Heavy Duty

Mar/Apr 2017 While Harley-Davidson has ceased production of the V-Rod, you can be sure we’ll continue to feature breathtaking V-Rod tributes like this one from Aussie custom builder American Custom Steel . Also in Issue 151 you’ll be see two outstanding Scouts courtesy of Johnny Gee at Antique Motorcycles. And to add to the eye-candy we’ve got two stunners from the custom paint genius of Kyle Smith – a Street Bob stunt bike for HD Hooligans, and a 1200 Sportster that Kyle built as well. Boris also copped his fair share of eye-candy but of the scenic kind – a Triumph road trip around spectacular Tasmania and his Victory ride around north-eastern Europe. We also feature an all-female rider event, our new Project PowerM8 Street Glide, the American Cannonball Ride (with to bikes no younger than 100 years old!), and Australia’s annual Great Race, where classic Harleys and Indians go head to head. All this plus our usual tech tips, reader rides, regular columns and more. An absolute ripper of an issue!


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While Harley-Davidson has ceased production of the V-Rod, you can be sure we’ll continue to feature breathtaking V-Rod tributes like this one from Aussie custom builder American Custom Steel . Also in Issue 151 you’ll be see two outstanding Scouts courtesy of Johnny Gee at Antique Motorcycles. And to add to the eye-candy we’ve got two stunners from the custom paint genius of Kyle Smith – a Street Bob stunt bike for HD Hooligans, and a 1200 Sportster that Kyle built as well. Boris also copped his fair share of eye-candy but of the scenic kind – a Triumph road trip around spectacular Tasmania and his Victory ride around north-eastern Europe. We also feature an all-female rider event, our new Project PowerM8 Street Glide, the American Cannonball Ride (with to bikes no younger than 100 years old!), and Australia’s annual Great Race, where classic Harleys and Indians go head to head. All this plus our usual tech tips, reader rides, regular columns and more. An absolute ripper of an issue!
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