Indian Larry was an icon In the motorcycle world, a figure that was truly beloved by many and had earned his way to the top of the pack when it comes to those who customize and those who happen to ride. Larry was described as a motorcycle builder and artist, stunt rider, and biker among other things and from the looks of things, he really seems to have risen to the top as the cream of the crop when it comes to just about everything that he found himself doing in life.

In this quick video, we learn a brief history of Larry and his accomplishments along with an unfortunate situation that would lead to his early demise. Many would argue though, that this is how he would want to go out, doing exactly what it was that he loved the most. It’s truly unfortunate to lose such a legend like that but it’s kind of comforting to know that he went out on top just like a legend!


Holy smokes! We’re absolutely blown away by this beast of a bagger from Ballistic Cycles.

The builders at Ballistic Cycles are known for creating some of the baddest custom baggers on the street. They’re seriously pushing the boundaries using the latest technology to create one of a kind custom builds. With the bagger below, they are taking the big wheel to a whole-nother level with their 30″ hubless front wheel.

In the video below, you’ll get to witness a one of a kind bigger with a 30″ hubless wheel, a twin turbo Harley-Davidson air/liquid cooled engine, and an all aluminium body. This thing is seriously cool! There’s no wonder why it took home awards for “Baddest Bagger” at Full Throttle Saloon, Deadwood’s “Nastiest Bagger”, and “Best of Show” at the Easy Rider Saloon.

Check out this work of art from Ballistic Cycles in action riding into the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally 2014 in the video below:


Why would anyone want to abuse their bike like that?

This biker tried something that didn’t work I’m sure he feels bad enough after taking his bike home and assessing the damage !

First off trying to drift with ape hangers is plain dumb, but the other guy is pretty skilled. Drifting a bike isn’t that easy.

The guy paid the price for trying a stunt on a bike that isn’t designed for such things while wearing no protective gear. Hey, but don’t worry, he’s wearing a bandanna!

It costs a lot to fix up a scratched up dent Harley with a busted off headlamp. The embarrassment alone would stop most folks from trying to pull antics like that.
The “action” is at the end of the video.

Redneck Engineering At It’s Finest: Dirtbike Moto-Boat

Now this is some impressive redneck engineering.

This dirt bike powered boat was spotted in Canyon Lake Arizona and it’s pretty awesome.

Steering the boat looks like it’s still in the “testing” stage (LOL). This reminds me of something one of buddies would rig up in the middle of summer.

The video was uploaded by an intrigued bystander. Here’s the video’s description on YouTube:

“At Canyon Lake this weekend (10-9-2011) there was this very clever guy who took an old dirt bike motorcycle and modified it so it would power a boat! He cut the rear tire in scallops and then modified each scallop so they would act like little paddles. A little after the video ended, the motor on the dirt bike seized up, but for the brief trip it was able to make, it sure got a lot of attention!”

Would you or someone you know rig up something like this? Be sure to share this with them and tell us what you thought in the comments below.

Check out the video of the motorcycle powered boat below:

Have You Ever Heard OF Harley Davidson Stunt Rider Christina Billings?

In a sport that is mostly dominated by men,

it’s refreshing to see a woman taking on the world of stunt riding every once in a while.

This time, we check out a display not only by a kick ass rider in Christina Billings, but also with a unique set of wheels thrown into the mix.

No, it’s not your traditional sports bike being wheeled around, this badass chick is pulling off some stunts on a heavy cruiser in a Harley Davidson motorcycle.

Check out the video that shows the cool and collected stunt display and tell us what you think of the showing. This is some wild stuff to watch in the epic display.

Cool Pull-Behind Motorcycle Camper Trailer

This is so perfect for motorcycle traveling!

The “Solace” is a pop-up camper trailer that hooks right up to the back of your motorcycle. Check out the video below and let us know what you think of this cool trailer. The trailer handles slow, tight turns and the pop-up camper has plenty of room.

Can you imagine how awesome this would be for Sturgis? If you’re planning an overnight motorcycle camping trip, be sure to check out our motorcycle camping gear list.

Check out the demonstration video below from The USA Trailer Store and check out the product description:

“With a passion for travel and a need for economy, we present solace. The compact fall behind motorcycle camping trailer from USA trailer store, with approximately 16 cubic feet of usable storage space while in travel position, the solidly built camper is built with a rally cargo trailer and a spacious camping trailer. With its standard 8 inch chrome wheels and aerodynamic cooler holder, your new solace delivers both style and comfort with its ability to expand from nineteen square feet in the closed travel position to 72 square feet in the open camping position. With an impressive six foot seven inch ceiling, that solace can truly boast economy of space features.”

“Setup time is less than five minutes, tent poles are attached, full-size coleman air mattress, and table are included. Wiring harness, LED taillights, one in seven eighth inch ball coupler, air conditioner port, a handy zippered cooler vent that allows access to your cooler from inside your camper, and with an independent collision axle suspension solid, gives you peace of mind. The cooler package includes a cooler and a aerodynamic cooler holder $299 value, yours free. The highest point the of the camper in the upright position is 7 feet 4 inches in the dining area, with usable storage space of 16 cubic feet. This approximation and will vary depending on how tightly or loosely you roll the tent. To find your solace, visit Read, ride, camp, and enjoy it!”

Brazilian Farmer Builds the Biggest Trike Ever!

You’re in the cool side of the internet!!! With today’s technology and creativity, trikes have become a great trend as they can be customized in almost every size and style. What you’re going to see in this spectacular video is the biggest trike ever made on the planet.

As reported, a Brazilian farmer made this extremely-gigantic monster and it now has the title of being the largest trike ever roll on three wheels.

This cool beast looks really awesome. No doubt that there are maybe hundreds of trike enthusiasts who would die to have a ride with this badass vehicle. Check out this video and see how amazing it is!!!