December 11, 2018

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December, 2018

  • 2 December

    So Many New Models At The International Motorcycle Show

    NEW YORK – The overriding purpose of the Progressive International Motorcycle show is to introduce riders to new models, and this weekend’s event at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center seemed to offer more choices to throw a leg over than in recent years. RIDE-CT & RIDE-NewEngland’s Bob Rosen attended …

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November, 2018

  • 29 November

    New Motorcycles And More At IMS In NYC This Weekend

    NEW YORK – The Progressive International Motorcycle Show returns to the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center this weekend with dozens of new 2019 models, vintage motorcycles, vendors, the J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show and a new “Discover the Ride” element designed to introduce non-riders to the joys of …

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  • 26 November

    More Ken Condon Seminars Offered By H-D Dealers

    Harley-Davidson dealers in the northeast are ramping up their efforts to improve riders’ skills by offering six more seminars staged by author, instructor and motorcycle magazine columnist Ken Condon over the next six months. “We’re going to very strongly go in for a brand agnostic approach this year,” according to …

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  • 17 November

    Still In Crate 1981 Honda CBX Offered At Auction

    ROUND LAKE, IL – It will certainly need new tires and other rubber parts if it’s to be taken out on the road after all these years, and turning it into a show piece, either in a museum or a living room, might be a better idea. But a new …

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  • 15 November

    Kaplan Forms Posse To Go After Bike Thieves

    ROCKVILLE, CT – In a threatening, over-the-top vigilante video posted on YouTube, New England Motorcycle Museum founder Ken Kaplan declares that he is going after bike thieves. He’s formed a posse, which he says includes Haymond Law and various motorcycle clubs, and has announced a $2,000 reward to bring to …

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  • New England Motorcycle Museum Finally Opens

    VERNON, CT – Asked on Saturday afternoon at the opening of the New England Motorcycle Museum what his plans for Sunday were, museum founder Ken Kaplan replied simply, “Sleep.” He quietly added, “I haven’t slept much in the last couple weeks.” The Café Fever motorcycle show that officially launched the …

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  • Newspapers Missing A Potential Revenue Source

    HARWINTON, CT – The newspaper business is damn near foundering. Ad revenue is declining. So is circulation. Some newspapers are even shutting down. More will do so in the years to come as print readers die off. So why do newspapers still foot-drag in aggressively cultivating online readership and revenue? (“The …

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