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Cool Breaker

Cool Breaker

Japan: the land of the rising sun where two opposite cultures meet. The traditional customary side mirrored by an architectural dissimilarity including new technologies that attract the young. In downtown Tokyo it’s not uncommon to see at the same busy intersection a businessman wearing a tie standing next to a woman wearing a yukata (kimono). Better yet, an ancient temple and garden shadowed by modern structures and a replica of the Eiffel Tower (13 meters taller than the one in Paris). Yet even here at the opposite side of the world motorcycle enthusiasts can find a common bond: bikes.

Many of us believe that the Japanese are committed uniquely to their products. Think again! They are very big fans of Harley- Davidson and especially of the older model bikes such as Panheads and Shovelheads.

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Pile O Bones

Pile O Bones

In recent years I’ve heard talk about the Pile-O-Bones Show held in Regina and I figured it was time for Revolution Magazine to attend this first-rate motorcycle and tattoo convention which took place during the first weekend of May.

I left Montreal on April 30 where the temperature was hovering around 20 degrees Celsius but when I arrived in Regina, well that was another story. It was snowing and the temperature was below zero, and unfortunately this lasted the whole weekend. I say unfortunately because no one rode their bikes to the event, which is very rare for this time of year. The organizers told me that last year the weather was so perfect that hundreds of motorcycles were parked in front of the venue.



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The King of Customs Show

The King of Customs Show

In the western part our country there is not only the beauty of the Rockies and the seashores there is also a high concentration of beautiful motorcycles, Hot Rods and tattoos. One observation I have made while travelling from province to province for this magazine is that there are a lot more Hot Rods in the west than in the east, and that they are built with much more American influences. Possibly because they are much closer to California where the “Hot-Rod mania” industry is mostly concentrated.

On the custom motorcycle side of things, there are much more choppers in the east and the eastern bike builders seem to be more influenced by the Europeans. They also tend to benefit...



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