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Picture Intermission – Project Chieftain

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A year ago, Indian created the Project Scout Contest. That pit Indian dealerships against each other to see who could build the best custom Scout. Now Indian’s doing the same thing with the Chieftain bagger. Builders have been working for the last 4 months, and now the builds are available for your judgment.

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Video Intermission – Popp Over America

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Joe Popp describes himself as “a musician, composer, writer, studio designer, amplifier/effects builder, motorcyclist, and skateboarder.” Currently, he’s on a tour of the 48 contiguous states with his Honda VFR, performing concerts and meeting people along the way. Looks like he’s trying to create a show, as he recently released the pilot. It’s called Popp Over America, and it’s worth …

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Video Intermission – Lords Of The Atlas – Out Of Africa

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ICON Motorsports was founded in Portland, Oregon in 2002. The gear manufacturer was initially very popular with sportbike riders but have since expanded into an adventure focused line called Raiden. Over the years ICON has released several videos of riders having fun in their gear, and their video released today is no different. Join two riders on a 15 day, …

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Video Intermission – Doonies 3

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Monster Energy has just released the newest segment of the Doonies series, and it’s got the craziest vehicles yet. Don’t worry though, there’s still plenty of two wheelers getting huge air in the sand dunes of Glamis for you to enjoy.

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Video Intermission – Honda Riding Assist

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A few months ago, BMW got some attention with their VISION NEXT 100 prototype, a two-wheeled look at what they thought would be coming in the next several generations of motorcycling. At CES this week, Honda’s stealing the show with the global debut of “Riding Assist” technology. Honda’s got decades of experience with advanced robotics (remember Asimo?) and they’re utilizing …