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Öhlins Limited-Time Pricing for Metric Cruisers: “The Original Gold” in Chrome or Black

Öhlins shock upgrades for Metric cruisers are available for a limited time, from Öhlins USA, with pricing at a totally unbelievable almost 50% off. The high-tech performance of Öhlins "The Original Gold" is now available in a natural aluminum finish with a Chrome or Black spring, depending on application, giving this shock the classic cruiser look.

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Cool Find: Flyrite Choppers Custom Bars

When Jason Kidd and his team at Flyrite Choppers in Austin, Texas finish building the custom bike frames they’re known for, nothing goes to waste.

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A&A Performance: Add More Power to Your Ride
ZX10R A&A Performance

Some people just aren't satisfied with stock power. Some people just need to go faster. Those people work for A&A Performance and are working on products that could give your motorcycle 50% more power.

That is, if you own a VFR800 or a ZX-10R. A&A has a limited selection of supercharger kits right now, but they are continually working to expand their product line.

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Michelin Anakee 2 Adventure Touring Radial Tire

I have now logged enough miles on the Michelin Anakee 2 tires to know that I may have a new favorite street-oriented dual-sport tire. This tire is geared to large displacement dual-sport and adventure touring machines. I currently have the Anakees on my BMW R1200GS and am very impressed.

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Samson's New Powerflow III 2 into 1 Exhaust: Real Performance Technology

Aftermarket exhaust technology sometimes seems like a mystical art. Often, when you invest in a new exhaust system, you get cool looks and sound but actually lose useable power when compared to your stock system. The reason is simple; motorcycle manufacturers want the highest possible performance from their motorcycles within the restraints of various noise and emissions standards.

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