Our October 2016 cover bike is a 2014 Harley-Davidson CVO Breakout, which is owned by Blue Springs Harley-Davidson, and this month's cover model is Hailey from Leavenworth, Kansas.
Our October 2016 cover bike is a 2014 Harley-Davidson CVO Breakout, which is owned by Blue Springs Harley-Davidson. For more photos of this beautiful bike and our cover model Hailey, check out her interview. For this month's issue we also invite you to check out our behind the scenes photos and video taken at our October 2016 cover shoot.
Our October 2016 cover model is Hailey from Leavenworth, Kansas. Her ambitions are to be a photographer and graphic artist, and would like to live in a beautiful location such as Texas or Florida with her little family. Hailey’s hobbies include photography, graphic design, and playing with her daughter. Hailey told us her turn-ons are “Beards, tattoos, oh…and of course motorcycles!” She also admits that she’s a sucker for “A chubby guy with tattoos, a beard, and a sexy motorcycle.”
For this month's issue, we invite you to take a look behind the scenes at our October 2016 Cover Shoot video, which follows cover model Hailey through her photo shoot and interview, and make sure to check out the specs and additional photos of this beautiful 2014 Harley-Davidson CVO Breakout.
Photos by Dick Carlson with Carlson Digital Photography
Video by Mike Schweder, and video editing by Skye Marie
Sunday September the 11th, 2016 started out as the most beautiful day to go for a ride. Well over 200 motorcycles rolled into the American Legion Post #171 on 1st Ave. North in Birmingham, Alabama, where everyone was so excited about doing this ride and coming out to show their support and respect for the lives lost on September the 11th 2001, and also for the first responders.
Thousands of motorcyclists converged on Gail’s Harley-Davidson in Grandview on Saturday, September 10, to honor the memory of the nearly 3,000 people who were killed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and to show appreciation for veterans and active military, police, and emergency services personnel. The rally started at 9:00 a.m. and featured vendors, children’s activities, pre-registration for the Bikers for Babies RIDE, and displays of Grandview emergency services vehicles as well as vintage and current military vehicles. Visitors to Gail’s enjoyed live music from School of Rock, The Suburbans and Hudson Drive. At about 2:30 p.m., jumpers from Skydive Kansas City parachuted into the grassy area behind the dealership with John Hall flying the beautiful Stars and Stripes between his rig’s risers.
Gates opened at noon on Friday, September 2, for the 41st Annual A.B.A.T.E. of Kansas Labor Day Rally at Lake Perry’s Paradise Point area. The area is located on the east side of the lake far to the north and provides a perfect location with acres of shaded camping. Admission for the weekend was $50 for non-members, $30 for A.B.A.T.E./M.R.O. members, plus $30 for RV’s/Campers/ATV’s. Discounts were offered for active military. At the registration tent there were separate lines for those who had pre-registered and those who had not. Everyone received a packet including a rally booklet, pin, and a trash bag to help keep the area neat. The booklet contained maps, event schedules, and much more useful information about the rally as well as some advertising from sponsors.