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  • Harley Street 500s head to dealers' rider training programs

    Harley Street 500s head to dealers' rider training programs
    Harley-Davidson enthusiasts eager for a ride on one of the company's new 500cc or 750cc Street motorcycles may find the quickest way to get on one is to enroll in Harley's Riding Academy New Rider Course. Some of the first units of the new small-bore...
  • Captain America: law breaker [Commentary]

    Captain America: law breaker [Commentary]
    In the new Marvel movie, "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," Captain America (Played by Chris Evans) is seen coolly riding his new Harley-Davidson on the streets of D.C. While watching this, I can only think of one thing: Where is Captain America's...
  • 'Fast & Furious,' 'Captain America' Directors Rev Up Branded Entertainment Studio Bullitt

    Can a trifecta of filmmakers behind Universal's "Fast & Furious" franchise and Marvel's newest blockbuster "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" create the next big hit for Madison Avenue? That's what Justin Lin, Anthony and Joe Russo are trying to do...
  • Vanilla Ice, Jackyl, Uncle Kracker to headline Leesburg Bikefest 2014

    Vanilla Ice, Jackyl, Uncle Kracker to headline Leesburg Bikefest 2014
    Far from its roots as a one-day festival with garage bands, this year's Leesburg Bikefest is set to feature rapper Vanilla Ice as its headlining artist alongside countless vendors, contests and more. Motorcyclists and spectators will ride into this 18th...
  • $20,000 reward offered in fatal shooting of man in Compton

    $20,000 reward offered in fatal shooting of man in Compton
    L.A. County sheriff’s detectives have exhausted all leads in the January murder of a man in Compton and on Wednesday offered a $20,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction. Tauruson McMillian, a public works employee in the...
  • What principles rule the GOP?

    For years, Republicans benefited from economic growth. So did pretty much everyone else, of course. But I have something specific in mind. Politically, when the economy is booming — or merely improving at a satisfactory clip — the...
  • What principles rule the GOP?

    For years, Republicans benefited from economic growth. So did pretty much everyone else, of course. But I have something specific in mind. Politically, when the economy is booming -- or merely improving at a satisfactory clip -- the distinction between...
  • Harley-Davidson announces its first electric motorcycle, LiveWire

    Harley-Davidson announces its first electric motorcycle, LiveWire
    Harley-Davidson is poised to shock the motorcycle world with the rollout of an electric motorcycle -- a prototype of a superbike called LiveWire. The debut marks a dramatic departure for the 110-year-old motorcycle company, which is hailed or hated...
  • Review of Harley's electric motorcycle LiveWire: Fired up, amped out

    Review of Harley's electric motorcycle LiveWire: Fired up, amped out
    Harley-Davidson shocked the motorcycle world Thursday with news that it had developed an electric superbike. Riding the LiveWire is pretty shocking too. This is a fired-up, amped-out monster. With design elements borrowed from Harley's illustrious...
  • Indian Motorcycle roars back into business

    Indian Motorcycle roars back into business
    When 92-year-old Bobby Hill was a young man, he raced Indian motorcycles in Dodge City, Kan., and other tracks across the country, going toe-to-toe with Harley-Davidson bikes in a fierce rivalry. But the Indian motorcycle company, an iconic brand that...
  • The West of old, new and myth meet in Durango, Colo.

    The West of old, new and myth meet in Durango, Colo.
    Without railroads and mines, what would the American West be? Less populous, less prosperous, less polluted. And the town of Durango might not be anything at all. Durango, sporty and historic, stands 6,520 feet above sea level among the San Juan...