Our September 2015 cover bike is a 2015 Harley-Davidson Street Glide, which is owned by Doug Fifer, and this month's cover model is Sabrina from Holden, Missouri. Scroll down to check out this month's articles and for more details on our cover bike and model.
Our September 2015 cover bike is a 2015 Harley-Davidson Street Glide owned by Doug Fifer from Columbia, Missouri. To find out more about Doug, check out his interview, and for more photos of Doug’s bike and our cover model Sabrina, check out her interview as well. For this month's issue, we also invite you to check out our behind the scenes photos and video taken at our September 2015 cover shoot.
Our September 2015 cover bike is owned by Doug Fifer from Columbia, Missouri. We had the opportunity to gather more information about Doug and his 2015 Harley-Davidson Street Glide, and we also gathered more information from this month’s cover model Sabrina. Also, make sure to check out the Behind the Scenes photos and video from our September 2015 cover shoot!
Sabrina from Holden, Missouri is our September 2015 cover model. She is a Certified Veterinary Assistant (CVA), and when asked about ambitions, Sabrina said “To motivate my children to become successful adults.” Sabrina’s hobbies include ballet, painting, and playing with her children. When asked about turn-ons, she said “A man who can treat a lady like a lady!” Sabrina also admitted that she’s a sucker for a handsome smile.
For this month's issue, we invite you to take a look behind the scenes at our September 2015 Cover Shoot video, which follows cover model Sabrina through her photo shoot and interview, and make sure to check out the specs and additional photos of this 2015 Harley-Davidson Street Glide and our interview with bike owner Doug Fifer.
Many thoughts were running through my mind this year in anticipation of our road trip to the 75th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Part of me was excited as usual, to hit the road again with our Sturgis crew, but another part of me was somewhat apprehensive due to all the hype and anticipated crowds, with it being the 75th anniversary. This would likely mean longer lines at the fuel stops, lots of newbies crashing, burning, and doing stupid things, and bikes overheating while trying to make it through all the traffic in and around Sturgis. As departure day approached, and I started packing the bike, any last bit of apprehension vanished and was replaced by excitement.
My ride to the 75th Annual Black Hills Rally began with a short run on Friday, July 31, to rural Wathena, Kansas, spending the first night at the home of Editor Mike’s mom. The hospitality was much appreciated. On Saturday morning, we rode into town for a rendezvous with a group of friends to begin the first day’s trek to Ogalallah, Nebraska.
Motorcycle racing has been at the heart of the Sturgis Rally since its origin. The man known as the father of the Black Hills Rally was Clarence “Pappy” Hoel who owned an Indian Motorcycle franchise in Sturgis and was one of the founders of the Jackpine Gypsies club in 1936. The Gypsies’ first event was known as the Black Hills Classic, a single motorcycle race with nine racers and a few spectators. From that modest beginning, attendance at the rally experienced remarkable growth.
The 3rd Annual Mike’s Ride began on July 18 at The Bar in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, with registration and breakfast. Ride fees were $25 per rider and $10 per passenger with proceeds going to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Raffle tickets were sold for a chance to win a beautiful customized 1999 Harley-Davidson Sportster. Poker run prizes were $100 for the best hand and $50 for the worst. There were also some nice raffle prizes.
Nine years ago on August 10, 2006, Larry “Mad Dog” Rogers lost his battle with cancer, and the rest of us lost one of the sweetest men you’d have ever wanted to meet. It was a very sad time at Rider’s Harley-Davidson where “Dog” was the parts manager for 16 years. Everyone loved him. He made all of his customers feel like he was there just for them, and that what they wanted or needed was important to him.
21ST ANNUAL MARCH OF DIMES BIKERS FOR BABIES®
Sunday, September 20, 2015 • Kansas Speedway
ONE DAY. ONE RIDE. ONE REASON.
On Sunday, September 20, 2015, thousands of motorcycles will roar into Kansas Speedway for the 21st Annual Kansas City Bikers for Babies® ride presented by NAPA Auto Parts.
A woman in a Facebook group I belong to shared this story with us, and with her permission, I am sharing it here.
“A few weeks ago my old man, his buddy and myself went for a ride. Because this is only my 2nd year riding my own I'm still counting miles, trying to break last yrs 5,000. The two guys are diehards that have been riding for their whole lives but they are good sports and they try not too laugh too loud when I do screw up on my bike. Unfortunately I'm having trouble with my hands going numb while riding so we end up stopping often. We spend a lot of time at various parks talking about where the next park is.