Top Honors at 2017 AIMExpo go to Custom Builder Tim Dixon

2017 AIMExpo's Championship of the Americas (COTA) RESULTS

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AIMExpo's Championship of the Americas (COTA) is arguably North America's premier custom bike competition, serving as the ultimate showcase of the country's finest builders. Adding to the prestige of COTA is its distinction as an automatic qualifier for the AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building, which takes place at the Intermot Bike Fair in Cologne, Germany, every other year.

This year a total of 31 bikes were entered into COTA, from 24 different builders, with each entered into one of four classes - Free Style, Performance Custom, Retro Custom, and Street Custom. Additionally, all attendees at AIMExpo casted votes to determine a People's Choice winner.

The Free Style class is the only division that is awarded the automatic qualifier for the World Championship, and features the some of the finest and most unique custom bikes, where innovation is rewarded.

When the votes were tallied, Tim Dixon, of Gas Axe Chop Shop in Ten Mile, Tennessee, and his bike "Pennie Lane" earned first-place honors in the Free Style category, reserving his spot on the American contingent that will travel to Intermot 2018 in search of the world championship.

The favorite bike amongst AIMExpo attendees, and the eventual People's Choice selection, went to the BMW Alpha built by Salt Lake City machinist Mark Atkinson, and inspired by a concept created by Turkish designer Mehmet Doruk Erdem.

COTA Results

Free Style
1st - Tim Dixon (Best Bobber)
2nd - Matt Olsen (Best Tracker)
3rd - Wayne Burgess
4th - Austin Andrella
5th - Jack DeAgazio (Best Chopper)

People's Choice
Mark AtkinsonPerformance Custom
Pat PattersonRestro Custom
Austin Andrella

Street Custom
Dusty Pine


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Day 2 -Sat. August 5th | #Sturgis gotta do's: DEMO RIDES


Harley-Davidson at the Expo on 4th & Lazelle


Moto-Guzzi on Main Street- between 4th & 5th on Main


Updated hourly

11:00am | Street Throw Down-Food Completion | Main Street
Noon | Outlaw Nation Southern Revival - Iron Horse Saloon, 888 Junction Ave. Sturgis
Noon | Yancey - Buffalo Bodega, 658 Main St. Deadwood
Noon | Torch's Rock-N Roll Inferno with Torch Fire Performer | Kickstand Campground Exit 37
1:00pm | Barnyard Stompers - Mangy Moose Saloon, 240 E. Main St. Hill City
2:00pm | Flannel - Rally Point, Harley-Davidson Way & Main
2:00pm | High Rise - Deadwood Mountain Grand, Patron Patio, 1906 Deadwood Mountain Dr. Deadwood
2:30pm | Big Skillet - Buffalo Chip, 20622 Fort Meade Way, Buffalo Chip
4:00pm | David Allan Coe - Iron Horse Saloon, 888 Junction Ave. Sturgis
5:30pm | Broseph E. Lee - Loud American Roadhouse, 1305 Main St. Sturgis
6:00pm | Kenneth Brian Band - Rally Point, Harley-Davidson Way & Main
7:05pm | The Dirtboxwailers - Buffalo Chip, 20622 Fort Meade Way, Buffalo Chip
8:00pm | The Grind - One-Eyed Jacks Saloon, 1304 Main St. Sturgis
8:00pm | Devour the Day - Iron Horse Saloon, 888 Junction Ave. Sturgis
8:00pm | Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band - Loud American Roadhouse, 1305 Main St. Sturgis
8:30pm | Night Ranger - Buffalo Chip, 20622 Fort Meade Way, Buffalo Chip
9:00pm | Whiskey Rebellion - Saloon No. 10, 657 Main St. Deadwood
9:00pm | Cole Allen - Shade Valley Resort, 20158 137th Place, Sturgis
9:00pm | Judd Hoos - Loud American Roadhouse, 1305 Main St. Sturgis
10:30pm | Dirty Word - Loud American Roadhouse, 1305 Main St. Sturgis
10:30pm | Bush - Iron Horse Saloon, 888 Junction Ave. Sturgis
10:30pm | Ratt - Buffalo Chip, 20622 Fort Meade Way, Buffalo Chip
11:00pm | Juke House - Loud American Roadhouse, 1305 Main St. Sturgis
11:59pm | Charlie Brechtel Band - Buffalo Chip, 20622 Fort Meade Way, Buffalo Chip



Motorcycle as Art - Michael Lichter does it again

2017 Exhibit  -  Old Iron - Young Blood, Motorcycles & The Next Gen

What is the next generation of custom builders interested in? What are they capable of? And what does the industry have to look forward to? Find out by experiencing the Sturgis Buffalo Chip’s® 2017 Motorcycles As Art™ Exhibition “Old Iron – Young Blood, Motorcycles & The Next Gen.”

Get to know the works of an incredible group of custom builders and artists all under the age of 36, each hand selected by exhibit curator Michael Lichter. See how the iron stylings of the past show their influence as these young custom builders display brand new works, all built specifically for this exhibit, that reflect the attitude and attributes of the present. The exhibition is free to the public and open in the Buffalo Chip’s Event Center 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 5 through Friday, Aug. 11, 2017.


By creating an exhibition themed around the next generation of custom builders and bikes, curator Michael Lichter has ensured you’ll see an incredibly diverse offering, from cafes to street trackers to old school choppers and modern customs. No matter the style, you’ll be able to get an up-close view from every angle as each bike is individually lit and displayed atop elevated pedestals spread throughout the hall.

In addition to the age limit imposed on participants, every bike you’ll see in the display will have been completed within just a few months of the show opening, meaning in many cases you’ll be one of the first in the world to lay eyes on them.

A few grew up in their own family’s motorcycle businesses; some came into building when they were older, eventually starting their own commercial shops. Others still have day jobs and work on their bikes in home garages in what waking hours they have left. But despite the different avenues that lead them into their craft, these burgeoning young builders all have one thing in common—each has proven that their generation works hard and is ready move the industry forward.

AJ Harris - North Texas Tattoo Co. & Royal Enfield of Fort Worth, TX / Royal Enfield B5 Bobber
Brad Gregory - Glenwood, IA / Deraked H-D Evo Chopper
Chris Graves - Harley-Davidson, Milwaukee, WI / 1959 H-D Stroker Panhead Chopper
Christopher Milanowski - New Berlin, WI / 1942 H-D WLA Hotrod
Christian Newman - Buffalo, NY / Stainless 1940 H-D Knucklehead Chopper
Cristian Sosa, Sosa Metalworks, Las Vegas, NV / BMW R NineT LSR Inspired
Dalton Walker - Split Image Kustoms, Hanford, CA
Dan Riley - Gunn Design, Burnsville, MN / Soulfuel BMW NineT
Duran Morley - Roland Sands Design, Los Alamitos, CA / 1952 H-D K-model Scrambler
Dustin Maybin - Eastern Rod & Chopper, Hendersonville, NC / 127" Evo All-Metal Bagger
Giuseppe Carucci - South Garage Motor Co., Milano, Italy
J. Shia - Madhouse Motors, Boston, MA / 1971 BSA A65 Cafe Racer
Jake Cutler - Barnstorm Cycles, Spencer, MA / 93" S&S Knucklehead
Jay Donovan, Baresteel design, Victoria BC Canada / 1976 Yamaha XS-650
Jesse Srpan - Raw Iron Choppers, Chardon, OH / 2017 S&S 124” Evo Chopper
Jody Perewitz - Perewitz Cyclefab, Bridgewater, MA / 1963 H-D Scat/Hummer Mini-Bagger
Joe Lingley - Live Free Cycle Sales, Epping, NH / 1937 H-D 80" UH Flathead Chopper
Johnny Branch - Branch engineering, Wildomar, CA / 1949 H-D Panhead chopper
Jordan Dickinson - Union Speed and Style, Monticello, MN / H-D Knucklehead Bobber
Justin McNeely - Hooked On Speed Cycles, Jackson, MO / H-D Shovelhead Chopper
Karlee Cobb - Klock Werks, Mitchell, SD / 2016 Indian Scout Chopper
Len Kodlin - Fred Kodlin Murdercycles, Borken, Germany / 2016 H-D 750 Street Custom
Matt Harris - 40Cal Customs. Alcoa, TN / 1929 Harley-Davidson JD “Speedster"
Matt Olsen - Carl's Cycle, Aberdeen, SD / HD Knucklehead
Matt McManus - Carolina Classic Cycle, Indian Land, SC / 1942 H-D Knucklehead
Matt Walksler - Period Modified, Waynesville, NC / 1929 H-D JDH Cut Down Racer
Max Hazan - Hazan Motorworks, Venice, CA / 2005 Supercharged KTM Boardtracker
Nick Beaulieu - Forever Two Wheels, Windham, ME / Old School H-D Evo Chopper
Nick Pensabene - Mad Pen Cycles, Edgewater, FL / 1974 H-D Shovelhead Chopper
Nikki MartinRoys Toys Customs, Centennial, CO / 1999 H-D EVO Chopper
Paul Miller - PanicRev Customs, Calgary, Canada / 1972 Yamaha XS650 Street Tracker
Peter and Michael Muller, Federal Moto. Chicago, IL / 1983 Honda CX650C Supermoto/Supermotard
Ryan Stephen - Freestyle Supermoto, Racine, WI / 2014 KTM 690 Duke Custom
Savannah rose - Viola, WI / Rigid H-D Evo (S&S Cycle, Inc. Top End) Sportster Chopper
Steve Dietzman - Studio Cycles, Milwaukee, WI / H-D Shovelhead Chopper
Taco Rodriguez - Taco Kustoms, Daytona Beach, FL / 1962 H-D Retro Panhead Chopper
Terence Musto - Fabbro Industries, LLC., Voorheesville, NY / 1966 H-D Chopper with Integrated Suspension
Zach and Jake Hindes - Prism Motorcycles and Supply, Charlotte, NC / 1948 H-D Panhead Chopper.
Zach Johnson - Kendall Johnson Customs, Winston-Salem, NC / 1989 H-D FXR Custom
Zach Ness - Arlen Ness Motorcycles, Dublin, CA

In addition to the custom motorcycles on display, you’ll have the opportunity to take in complementary 2-dimensional art hanging throughout the hall alongside each motorcycle.

Alex Hamilton - Prescott Valley, AZ / Biltwell Inc. Helmet Painting
Amy Hood - Hoodzpah Design Co., Newport, CA / Linocuts
Andy Cunningham - Portland, OR / Graphic Illustration and Biltwell Helmet Painting
Brenden Parsons - East Brookfield, MA / Biltwell Helmet Painting
Carter Asmann - Carlsbad, CA / Pencil illustration
Christina Platis - Ace of Hearts Tattoo, Long Beach, CA / Biltwell Helmet Painting
Cory Jarmin - San Francisco, CA / Ink on Paper
Narihiko "Heeko" Kumagae - Long Beach, CA / Photography
Jody Perewitz - Perewitz Cycle Fabrication. Bridgewater, MA / Biltwell Helmet Painting
Josh Kurpius - Milwaukee, WI / Photography
Kayla Koeune - Inferno Art Studio, Longmont, CO / Oil Paintings, Pen and Ink and Biltwell Helmet Painting
Mikey "Revolt” Arnold - Lowbrow Customs. Medina, OH / Photography
Samson Hatae - Thousand Oaks, CA / Photography
Taylor Schultz - Schultz Designz, Windsor, CA / Biltwell Helmet Painting

In addition, the exhibit will include a Biltwell helmet display with 10 artists each painting one helmet.

Don’t miss the one-time opportunity to get up close and personal with this incredible collection of motorcycles and art at the Buffalo Chip Event Center, because once the Sturgis Rally is over, it will never be seen again!



While in Italy, Kentucky Kid, Nicky Hayden 35, dies from bicycle injuries

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 Another Motorcycle Racer Gone to Soon

While in Italy for a May 17th Superbike championship race, Nicky Hayden 35, was involved in a bicycle/car accident that left him severely injured and in ICU suffering from "serious cerebral damage."  With his family at his side he passed away five days later in the intensive care unit at Cesena's Maurizio Bufalini Hospital.   The hospital has released a statement concerning Hayden's death. The statement reads: "The medical college has confirmed the death of the patient Nicholas Patrick Hayden, recovering from Wednesday May 17 in a hospital intensive care unit of Cesena Bufalini as a result of serious multiple injuries occurred on that date."

Hayden was in his 13th season, riding for the Red Bull Honda Team as number 69.  He won the MotoGP championship in 2006.

 See Honda Racing Statement

"It is with great sadness that Red Bull Honda World Superbike Team has to announce that Nicky Hayden has succumbed to injuries suffered during an incident while riding his bicycle last Wednesday.Nicky passed away at 19:09 CEST this evening at Maurizio Bufalini Hospital in Cesena, Italy.  His fiancé Jackie, mother Rose and brother Tommy were at his side.  Throughout his career Nick's professionalism and fighting spirit was greatly valued and carried him to numerous successes, including his childhood dream of being crowned MotoGP World Champion with Honda in 2006. As well as being a true champion on the track, Nicky was a fan favorite off it due to his kind nature, relaxed demeanor, and the huge smile he invariably carried everywhere.  Nothing says more about Nicky's character than the overwhelming response expressed by fellow racers and his legions of fans over the past few days. Jackie and his family are truly grateful for the countless prayers and well wishes for Nicky.  The Kentucky Kid will be sorely missed by all that ever had the pleasure of meeting him or the privilege to see him race a motorcycle around a track, be it dirt or asphalt.The racing world says goodbye to one of its dearest sons. Rest in peace Nicholas Nicky Patrick Hayden.

Statement from Tommy Hayden

On behalf of the whole Hayden family and Nicky's fiancé Jackie I would like to thank everyone for their messages of support “ it has been a great comfort to us all knowing that Nicky has touched so many people's lives in such a positive way. Although this is obviously a sad time, we would like everyone to remember Nicky at his happiest riding a motorcycle. He dreamed as a kid of being a pro rider and not only achieved that but also managed to reach the pinnacle of his chosen sport in becoming World Champion. We are all so proud of that.Apart from these public memories, we will also have many great and happy memories of Nicky at home in Kentucky, in the heart of the family. We will all miss him terribly. It is also important for us to thank all the hospital staff for their incredible support they have been very kind. With the further support of the authorities in the coming days we hope to have Nicky home soon."

Nickey 2016

Tip 2 - May is Motorcycle Safety Month

TIP #2  Swerving or Turning Quickly

Sometimes you may not have enough room to stop, even if you use both brakes properly. An object may appear suddenly in your lane.  Or the car ahead might have to stop suddenly.  The only way to avoid a crash may be to turn sharply or swerve around it.  A swerve is any quick change in direction.  It can be two quick turns, or a rapid shift to one side or another.  Apply a small amount of hand pressure to the handgrip located on the side of your intended direction of escape. This will cause your motorcycle to lean quickly.  The sharper the turn, the more the motorcycle must lean.

Keep your body upright and allow the motorcycle to lean in the direction of the turn while keeping your knees against the tank and your feet firmly on the pegs.  Allow the motorcycle to move underneath you.  Make your escape route the target of your vision.  Press on the opposite handgrip once you've passed the obstacle to return to your original direction of travel.  To swerve to the left, press the left handgrip, then press the right to recover.  To swerve to the right, press right, then left. If you have to brake, do it separately from swerving.  Brake before or after swerving “ never while you're swerving.



SOURCE: Motorcycle Safety Foundation

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Spine Injuries Lower, Not Higher with use of Motorcycle Helmet

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5 Year Study - Dr. Nathaniel Brooks, MD

We came across an interesting Level 1 Trauma Center study that involved 1064 patients being cared for motorcycle spinal injuries from 2010 to 2015. Senior author, Nathaniel Brooks, MD an associated professor of neurosurgery at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health co-authored this study with 2 others. 

The 5 year study showed that wearing a helmet significantly lowered the likelihood of cervical spinal injury.  Ironically this study was done in Wisconsin, a state that does not require the use motorcycle helmets by law.  We have attached a You Tube video From New 3 in Madison and the original article from Medscape Contributor Nancy Melville.   The National Highway Safety Traffic Administration (NHTSA) yearly conducts research on helmet use; HERE is their latest from 2015. The debate continues.

You Tube courtesy of NEWS 3 in Wisconsin.

This below article is from Medscape Coverage from the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) 2017 Annual Meeting 

Spine Injuries Lower, Not Higher, With Motorcycle Helmet

Nancy A. Melville | May 04, 2017

LOS ANGELES ” Contrary to lingering speculation by some of a link between motorcycle helmet use and cervical spine injury, a 5-year review of motorcycle crashes at a level 1 trauma center shows reduced” not increased” cervical spine injuries associated with helmet use.

"While our study does not explain mechanisms, the results show a significant association between wearing a helmet and a reduction in the risk of cervical spine injury," senior author, Nathaniel Brooks, MD, an associate professor of neurosurgery, Department of Neurosurgery, at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, told Medscape Medical News.

Despite substantial evidence of helmets protecting against head injuries and deaths in motorcycle crashes, resistance against helmet laws persists, with arguments including limitations of inherent freedom, restriction of vision and hearing, and the theoretical claim of an increased risk for spine injuries due to biomechanics related to the helmet.

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To better evaluate the role of helmets in cervical spine injury in motorcycle crashes, Dr Brooks and colleagues conducted a retrospective review of all patients treated at the University of Wisconsin Hospital's level 1 trauma center following motorcycle accidents from January 2010 to January 2015.

The results were presented here at the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) 2017 Annual Meeting.

 Of 1064 patients identified, 735 (69.1%) were not wearing helmets and 329 (30.9%) were wearing helmets at the time of the crash.

Patients who were not wearing helmets had significantly higher rates of cervical spine fractures (10.8%) compared with helmeted riders (4.3%; odds ratio [OR], 2.28; P < .001).

Other outcomes that were also worse for un-helmeted patients included the injury severity score, which was lower for helmeted riders (9.63 ± 8.52) than for un-helmeted riders (13.8 11.5; P < .0001), and un-helmeted riders had longer hospital and intensive care unit (ICU) lengths of stay (both P < .001).

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The incidence of fractures of the C1 and C5 vertebrae were significantly lower among those wearing helmets (P = .04 and P = .01, respectively), as were injuries that were ligamentous (P = .04), and there were no statistical differences in the incidence of thoracic or lumbar fractures between the two groups.

"Our findings showed helmet use to be associated with decreased mortality, shorter ICU length of stay and shorter hospital length of stay," first author, Paul Page, MD, a neurosurgery resident at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, said in presenting the findings at the meeting.

Among previous studies proposing cervical spine risk linked to helmet use was research  published in 1986, describing a head-neck injury "trade-off" associated with use of motorcycle helmets, and suggesting that while "helmets reduce the severity of head injuries, past a critical impact speed, helmets increase the severity of neck injuries."

Numerous studies since then have looked at the issue and shown no similar link with cervical spine injury. They include one multicenter study looking at different types of helmets ” full coverage and partial coverage ” which concluded that both types significantly reduced the risk for cervical spine injury compared with not wearing a helmet.

 The authors of that study, which evaluated 5225 patients sustaining head injuries in motorcycle crashes in Taiwan between 2000 and 2009, concluded that the helmet design may have played a protective role.
 "Wearing full-coverage and partial-coverage helmets significantly reduced the risk of cervical spine injury among head injury patients following motorcycle crashes," they concluded. "This effect may be due to the smooth surface and hard padding materials of helmet."
Dr Brooks noted that a host of additional factors in addition to not wearing a helmet, such as speed or blood alcohol levels, could represent important variables in the risk for cervical spine injury in a motorcycle crash, but in terms of sheer numbers, the study shows reduced rates with helmet use.
"We can't say why, and the study does not show causation [of not wearing a helmet with cervical spine injury], but just in looking at the numbers from a level 1 trauma center, we see that patients wearing helmets have lower rates of these types of injuries than un-helmeted riders."
 The authors have disclosed no relevant financial relationships. 
 American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) 2017 Annual Meeting. Abstract 693. Presented April 24, 2017.
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Global Super-sport Motorcycle Market Driven by the Increasing Number of Racing Events

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LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The global super-sport motorcycle market is projected to grow to 0.9 million units by 2021, at a CAGR of nearly 11% over the forecast period, according to Technavio's latest report.

Global super-sport motorcycle market is projected to reach 0.9 million units by 2021, posting a CAGR of nearly 11%.

In this report, Technavio covers the market outlook and growth prospects of the global super-sport motorcycle market for 2017-2021. This market research report also includes up to date analysis and forecasts for various market segments and all geographical regions.

Super-sport motorcycles are racing motorcycles that are intended to be street legal by their manufacturers. These motorcycles are typically light and nimble and usually have full body plastic faring. The increasing number of racing events across various geographies are steadily improving the adoption rates of super-sport motorcycles.

Technavio's research study segments the global super-sport motorcycle market into the following regions:

  • Europe
  • Americas
  • APAC

Super-sport motorcycle market in Europe

Europe dominated the super-sport motorcycle market in 2016, holding over 55% of the overall shares. Its total shares are expected to increase through the forecast period, driven by rising adoption to support the strong racing culture in the region, says Siddharth Jaiswal, a lead analyst at Technavio for automotive manufacturing research.

In 2016, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, and the UK were the leading revenue contributors to the super-sport motorcycle market in Europe. Premium sports motorcycle manufacturers such as BMW Motorrad, Ducati, MV Agusta, and Triumph are centered in the region, which also boosts the market growth.

Super-sport motorcycle market in the Americas

The number of super-sport motorcycles in the Americas is expected to be over 220,000 by 2021. The US and Canada dominate the revenue generation for the market in the region, with baby boomers comprising the leading consumers for super-sport motorcycles. The increasing need for stability and comfort in these motorcycles are resulting in the launch of new vehicles to the market, creating new revenue streams. The presence of top vendors, such as Honda and Kawasaki, and a strong racing culture drives the adoption of motorcycles in the US.

Super-sport motorcycle market in APAC

APAC is projected to showcase a CAGR of nearly 15% through the forecast period, establishing itself as the fastest-growing segment of the market. The emergence of favorable environmental factors, rising disposable incomes, and consumer pull will drive the growth of the market segment, says Siddharth.

China and India dominate the super-sport motorcycle market in APAC. Japan, Australia, and New Zealand have been showing impressive adoption of these vehicles in the past few years, which has been attracting various players to these markets. Prominent racing series, such as All Japan Road Race Championship, are also significantly impacting the regional segment.

The top vendors in the global super-sport motorcycle market highlighted in the report are:

  • Yamaha Motor Company
  • Kawasaki
  • Honda
  • Ducati

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About Technavio

Technavio is a leading global technology research and advisory company. The company develops over 2000 pieces of research every year, covering more than 500 technologies across 80 countries. Technavio has about 300 analysts globally who specialize in customized consulting and business research assignments across the latest leading edge technologies.

Technavio analysts employ primary as well as secondary research techniques to ascertain the size and vendor landscape in a range of markets. Analysts obtain information using a combination of bottom-up and top-down approaches, besides using in-house market modeling tools and proprietary databases. They corroborate this data with the data obtained from various market participants and stakeholders across the value chain, including vendors, service providers, distributors, resellers, and end-users.

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Panama City, Flordia - Eat My Pastry is a Winner!

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Our cheap eats pick in Panama City, Florida is Eat My Pastry which is located at 280 S Highway 79, Panama City Beach, FL 32413.
Eat my Pastry | Cod or Haddock Fish & Chips

This authentic British Pub is pumping out great fish fry's, chips, shepherds pie and banger's mash.  If British food doesn't' tickle your fancy then the burgers are mouthwatering choices that will keep you coming back.  Lamb, Duck, Bison, Beef and Turkey what more do you need?

Shepherd's Pie | Eat My Pastry


Meat is hand formed, deboned, beef is brisket & tri-tip.

Homemade: batter, chips, fresh vegetables & ingredients in pasty's, pastry made from scratch.

What's the premium cheese? 15 yr old aged Irish cheddar used in potato cheese & onion and chicken bacon cheese & tomato pasties.

Malt vinegar: made in house with pure malt extract vinegar.

What is the most traditional?  Cornish is steak potato onion rutabaga, seasoned with salt & pepper.

Weight on burgers is a juicy hardy size; 1/2 pound.

Banger's Mash | Eat My Pastry


Check out their Menu HERE.



Dual Touring Saddle for 2014-2017 Indian Chief models

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Innovation at its finest - The Corbin Advantage

FIRE & ICE | Dual Touring saddle for 2014-2017 Indian Chief models



Hollister, CA - Another Corb-innovation! This newest version of our extremely popular Dual Touring saddle is the World's first production Heated AND Cooled motorcycle saddle*. That's right, Corbin was first to bring the luxury of heated seating to your motorcycle and now we've created an option for relief of your burnin' bum during the Summer months. Like all Corbin break through innovations, this system is designed for simple installation and is fully self contained in the saddle.

Our new Dual Touring saddle is the perfect blend of form and function for the new Chief models. As always, we've maximized the seating area and positioned the rider bucket in the sweet spot to offer the best possible ergonomics and long range comfort.

Corbin Seat with Truck view

Sculpted seating platforms conform to the shape of your body to give more square inches of even support and eliminate hot spots and pressure on your tailbone.

NOTE: This version of Corbin's Dual Touring Saddle is designed to work with two Corbin backrests or our Tourbox, but will not work with the Indian sissy-bar or Roadmaster trunk.

Click HERE for a Dual Tour saddle that will work with the sissy-bar.

About Fire & Ice:

Ever hear of the Peltier Effect? If so, you've probably already figured out the basics of how the Corbin Fire & Ice system works. With just a couple of fans and some clever application we can include both heat and cool in the same saddle without pumps, compressors or fluids. It should be noted the cooling effect is affected by ambient temperature. In our samples the room temperature was 74 degrees and it took just a few minutes to cool the seating surfaces down to a chilly 63 degrees. In our continued tests, the system quickly cooled the surface 10-15 degrees below ambient temperature. On the heat side we thermostatically set it to top out at approximately 110 degrees.

Fit, form, function, and comfort that is truly a wonder of the ages for the motorcycle industry. PROUDLY Made in the U.S.A.

Corbin Seat with Truck view
Corbin Passenger seat view

Corbin Touring comfort