Harley-Davidson Celebrations at Daytona Bike Week
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One of the first major Harley-Davidson events in 2013 will be during the Daytona Bike Week, March 9th to 16th. This should be the first in a longer series of majestic events which are going to be held around the world, celebrating the 110th anniversary of the Milwaukee bike manufacturer.

The Riverfront Park in Daytona will host a huge H-D display including motorcycles, MotorClothes, H-D1 customization, Women’s Area, Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) raffle, H-D Insurance, H-D Visa, Willie G. Merchandise and more.

Harley-Davidson has teamed up with the American Iron Magazine and Motorcycle Bagger and will be hosting a Ride-In Custom Bike Show on Beach Street Wednesday, March 13. Those willing can book a ride for a $ 10 (€7.5) donation for the MDA. Trophies and various prizes will be awarded, and the winners will also be featured in American Iron Magazine or Motorcycle Bagger.

If you’re not decided yet on a Harley, being in Daytona during the Bike Week will be a great opportunity, as H-D will also offer demo rides of their 2013 models. For a detailed list of the Harley-Davidson events, please check the official website.

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CHENNAI: Satheesh Kumar, who lost his motorbike near Marina Beach last March, was shocked by a photograph in a Tamil daily on Tuesday.
In the picture, two policemen were seen riding down the wrong side of a one-way road — on his TVS Apache 160cc motorcycle! The policemen were near the Sardar Vallabhai Patel Flyover in Adyar, heading into oncoming traffic without a care.

Dinakaran published the photograph by way of pointing out how little the police cared about the law. Only Satheesh knew just how devil-maycare the policemen were. Satheesh, 21, who lives in T Nagar, lodged a complaint at the Marina police station on March 3, 2012, after his bike vanished from near the beach, presumably taken by thieves. All he got from the Marina police was a certificate saying his motorcycle could not be traced. But here it was: The bike in the photograph not only had the same number plate (TN-09 BJ 2626) as his twowheeler but, closer inspection revealed, it was indeed the diploma-holder’s vehicle.

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