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105th Harley-Davidson

105th Harley-Davidson

This year, Harley-Davidson® celebrated its 105th Anniversary… and the legend lives on! Many Harley-Davidson® owners would even go so far as to say that it’s more than a legend, it’s a way of life (the classic phrase…but oh so true!). The allurement to these bikes is obviously due to its style, affordability, the image it projects, and the unique sound of the motor.

To commemorate this American bike’s anniversary, the exclusive Canadian distributor of Harley-Davidson® parts and products Deeley Canada, organized a celebration which was held in three major cities; on August 23rd at Jarry Park in Montreal, Quebec, and on August 24th in both Toronto, Ontario and Winnipeg, Manitoba. We attended the event at Jarry Park and what a relief that we had a beautiful day, instead of the usual rainfall that dampened Quebec this past summer.

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Canadian Biker Build Off

Canadian Biker Build Off

Vern Savage and Randy Doan held the 4th edition of the Canadian Biker Build Off in the city of Welland, situated close to Niagara Falls, Ontario. The site could have handled double the actual number of visitors good weather permitting, yet nothing was amiss; vendor booths, good music, pretty girls, of course lots of beer, but most of all, the customized bikes.

Vern and the team thought of everything for this custom bike competition. Shops from Ontario and Quebec were present to compete for the trophy. In all five shops competed, but this did not mean that the competition wasn’t intense. The International Master Bike Builder Association, the IMBBA, was...




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50th S&S

50th S&S

S&S® Cycle, a 50 year-old American v-twin performance company (www.sscycle.com), enjoyed an incredibly successful 50th Anniversary Celebration from June 27-29, 2008. The city of La Crosse played host to approximately 30,000 visitors as riders came in from across the country and around the world to commemorate the occasion.

S&S started out with one goal in mind, the vision of founder George Smith—to make all motorcycles go faster. With that mantra in mind the second and third generations of Smith family have steered the company as the leader in high-performance v-twin components and engines. A strong dealer and distributor network have helped S&S continue to grow and in turn, gave S&S a reason to expand the services it offered.

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Wharf Rat Rally

Wharf Rat Rally

For the fourth consecutive year, Digby in Nova Scotia hosted the Wharf Rat Rally which united a phenomenal 60,000+ bikers. With great weather on their side, an estimated 15,000 bikes of every make and model lined up the main street of the town, (all anticipating admiration). There was a great atmosphere of camaraderie on the Island over the Labour Day weekend, which this year took place from August 29th through September 1st, 2008.

The initiator of this event, Peter Robertson, along with the rest of the team, went all out, encouraging people to visit their warm and welcoming municipality. Many American builders were present: Eddy Trotta of Thunder Cycle Design, Matt Hotch of Matt Hotch Design, Brad Ruel of The Wrench, and for the second year in a row, California’s Russell Mitchell of Exile Cycles. Also present as Canadian celebrity newcomers were Alain Touringny of Touring Creation – who is the 2008 Canadian Biker Build-Off Champion – and Luc Leblanc of Kent County Custom, New Brunswick. For those wanting to meet the celebrities in person, a Celebrity Dinner was held at the Pines Hotel.


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