Hello! We are a small family owned business that sell batteries for many many uses, many of our customers are motorcycle riders. If your in need of assistance with the battery in your motorcycle don't hesitate to shoot us an email we'd love to hear from you! Have an awesome day and happy/safe riding!
I'm Jonathan, 22 years old, got my first Harley in August and I love it, 09 Heritage. Bone stock but plan on putting a set of S&S pipes, SE A/C, and a fuelpak this spring, along with more chrome of course!
I'm Carol... I'll leave my age out of it ;-) (Jonathan - lol)
I don't have my own ride, but, my first experiece was at 5 yrs old when someone bumped me into a pipe and I burnt my leg... then I grew up with my brother-in-law (he married my sister when I was 12) doing custom paint work on Harley's and fell in LOVE!
I was in a long term and he has an '09 Heritage. Nothing like clearing your head and getting some air! So I'm a great passenger - not sure I want the responsibility of being in control - sitting back and enjoying the view is AWESOME!
Hi...I'm Karen. I've only been riding a couple of years - going through my midlife crises! I have a starter bike - '02 Sporty 883. I've had a couple of oppies - but got right back on the bike. I love to ride and try to ride as much as possible. Nice to meet everyone!
Hi, I'm Buzzy. I ride a 2008 Harley FLHT ElectraGlide (black). Have 34k miles on it. Last bike was a 1980 Wide Glide (yeah, an AMC bike). I tend to ride them into the ground. I'm 55 now and my first bike was a Hodaka dirt bike when I was like 12 years old so I've ridden pretty much my whole life. I'm an old married man who married the girl of his dreams and a born again Christian, gave up smoking a few years ago but still enjoy a glass of wine or a beer now and then.
Hello all, I'm Kevin and I love all thing Bikes. I ride an 05 Ultra Classic.But lately have an urge to build an old school bobber. Something light and fast! I hope to make some friends on here and maybe hook up and do some riding together. Drive it like you stole it!
Howdy from Texas. My name is Todd. I am 48 and ride a 2006 Ultra Classic. I am looking forward to good riding weather some good riding weather this spring.
Up here on the North Left Corner of the US, we seem to get more than our fair share of windy rainy weather, like right now.. I've ridden my old 94 Road King 68,000 miles and am ready to add more to the odometer soon. I have 50 yrs of riding under my belt, the last 25 on Harley's. So when the weather changes I'll be here less and out there on two wheels more. I'll see you on the road.
Hey there! My name is Brian Russu, been riding for a couple years, first bike was an 06 Triumph. Bought my first Harley in August, 2012 Dyna Wide Glide. I love it!
I live in the Cleveland, OH area, and have braved some winter weather with some dry roads, I can't get enough... Can't wait till spring, or the next dry day.
I am Chris, I am 39 and to be honest I never realy got the motorcycle/Harley thing until my two buddies talked me into it. Out of dare with another buddy I bought a bike, an '08 Harley Rocker, and I had to have my buddy ride it home..lol. I took the Riders Edge Course from my local Harley dealer which helped me out a lot! I have a hectic, stressful job (as do most of you), living down south the weather is decent most of the year so riding season never really ends. Now, I jump on my bike when life gets stressful, or to find some peace and fresh air! I enjoy riding and my bike but I do not consider myself a "biker" I'm pretty down to earth, hard as nails, opionionated and patrotic. ..and that peeps, just about sums me up.
Hi. My name is Even, I live in western part of Norway 66Ks north of Bergen (about 41miles). I`m married (whit the best wife ever),4 children and I`m 36 years old (in April). My biggest love (besides my family) is my 2010 Sportster 883 Iron (my first own bike).My father was a driving instructor, and learned people to drive motorcycles, I believe i got my interest for bikes from him.
PS! English is my second language so I`m not very good at it. Sorry...