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Harley-Davidson’s New Milwaukee-Eight Engine

by Jason Fogelson

A new engine from Harley-Davidson is big news. Last week, the Motor Company revealed its new Big Twin engine, the Milwaukee-Eight. Initially, this new engine will appear in the touring lineup, including the Road King, Electra Glide, Road Glide and trike variants – thirteen models in all. 194 more words

2017 Yamaha SCR950 Review

by Jason Fogelson

Everything old is new again. Motorcycles travel through trends where form follows function, then fashion determines form. It has happened over and over again, and will continue to happen as long as motorcycles are lifestyle accessories and not transportation. 149 more words

Sturgis and Home Again

by Jason Fogelson

So, I finally did make it to Sturgis. I’ve had it on my wish list for almost two decades, and one thing or another has always kept me from getting there. 582 more words

Put one Olympic ring on my middle finger – and Macau’s

Perhaps exceeding severely diminished expectations, the Rio Olympics were a missed opportunity for Macau which remains in the dark ages on sports betting.

Totally globalized native New Yorker and former broadcast news producer Muhammad Cohen is a… 55 more words

A Conversation with Rod Copes, President, Royal Enfield North America

by Jason Fogelson

A few weeks ago, I rode and reviewed the 2016 Royal Enfield 500 Classic for Forbes.com. So when I got the chance to have a phone conversation with the manufacturer’s President for North America, I activated my trusty recording app and fired some questions at the man, Rod Copes. 202 more words

redThread™ Now In Sweden | BK Wine Magazine

Welcome to binNotes | redThread™

Inspired stories about artisan wine and taste makers.

by L.M. Archer FWS, Bourgogne ML

Dear Readers:

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Noontime Sports The Podcast: Episode Three (Alex Reimer)

By NoontimeSports.com

Our third episode of Noontime Sports: The Podcast features an interesting conversation with host Matt Noonan and Alex Reimer, who is a sports writer for Forbes (Forbes.com), SB Nation and Boston Magazine. 89 more words

Matt Noonan