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We Have a Winner: The Cycle Source Ride In Custom Bike Show

We Have a Winner: The Cycle Source Ride In Custom Bike Show

 The Cycle Source Ride In Custom Bike Show @ the Broken Spoke

The Iron Horse Saloon® and the Broken Spoke are two saloons in one. Chris Callen, Editor of Cycle Source Magazine, commendered the Broken Spoke and ran Grease and Gears as well as the The Cycle Source Ride In Custom Bike Show.

 The Broken Spoke is a beacon for the gypsy travelers that make the motorcycle way of life their own and a spot to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the modern motorcycle rally. For motorcycle historians however, there will be a monument at the spot that launched three decades of the worlds most famous Biker Bar and tells the story of a few men and women with a dream that became and international brand.

The Cycle Source Ride In Custom Bike Show @ the Broken Spoke

 Pat Jansen represents Yelvington USA for the Suspension Technologies Award

The Cycle Source Ride In Custom Bike Show @ the Broken Spoke

 Killer sleds at the Cycle Source Ride-in Show

The Cycle Source Ride In Custom Bike Show @ the Broken Spoke

All bikes welcome at the Cycle Source Ride In Custom Bike Show in Sturgis 

Bike Show Classes included:

  • Sportster
  • Big Twin Bagger
  • Chopper Bobber
  • Best Panhead
  • Best Knucklehead
  • Best Shovelhead
  • Best Flathead
  • Best FXR
  • Best EVO
  • Best Twin Cam
  • Asian Import
  • European
  • Import Antique
  • Best Paint
  • Best Trike Hardcore

 

The Cycle Source Ride In Custom Bike Show @ the Broken Spoke

 Milwaukee Mike checks out Suspension Technologies' Hooligan Shocks

The Cycle Source Ride In Custom Bike Show @ the Broken Spoke

 Awarded shocks on the Harley-Davidson Dyna

About Cycle Source Magazine

  A monthly grass roots publication on the lifestyle; the new, the different, and the basic facts about motorcycling. Chris Callen's brainchild and labor of love isn't your typical chopper rag. Every issue of Cycle Source speaks to its audience with enthusiasm, intelligence and candor. In a scene known for badboy bragadoccio and ham-fisted hackery posing as "journalism," Chris Callen and his magazine are a breath of fresh hair. Check out his latest edition right here at www.cyclesource.com.