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Ed Hardy “Death Before Dishonour” Motorcycle Vest Review

Ed Hardy Motorcycle Vest

What makes a motorcycle vest? The patches earned at motorcycle rallies stitched to it? The insect anatomy speckling it at the end of a long ride? The thickness and quality of the leather cut? Is there more to it than just that?

What does your motorcycle vest even mean to you? Is it a lifestyle statement written out on a sheet of leather? A giant neon sign alerting the world there's a motorcyclist approaching from four and a half miles away? Is it a fashion statement for you? Does a brand name mean anything when we're talking about motorcycle vests?

A lot of questions rolled through my mind as I unpacked the Ed Hardy motorcycle vest sent to me by Motorcycle House. How did I really feel about this? It wasn't exactly something you'd see on Sons of Anarchy, but then again, maybe that was a good thing.

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Review: 2013 Harley-Davidson Breakout, Night 1

2013 Harley-Davidson Breakout Graffiti Side

Have you ever been out riding and known you just weren't taking your motorcycle to its full potential? That was my first experience with the 2013 Harley-Davidson Breakout. I rode it in traffic from Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada in Concord to the Toronto core. I knew there was more to this heavy and incredibly well finished machine, but I just hadn't been able to properly unleash it yet.

Hunter S. Thompson said "Anything worth doing, is worth doing right." So I did. I waited until midnight. The night was cold. The temperature was in the single digits celcius (around 48 degrees Fahrenheit). Despite it being June I put on my snow pants. Welcome to Canada, Breakout, time to have some fun together.

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Review: 2013 Harley-Davidson Breakout, Day 1

2013 Harley Davidson Breakout

When I went to pick up the 2013 Harley-Davidson Breakout, I hadn't rode a 700 pound motorcycle since last season. I wonder if Kanishka Sonnadara knew I was a bit apprehensive as we climbed into his demo Nissan Juke NISMO. We met with Maria Diaz at Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada, signed our lives away, got a tour de bike, and got to work.

I'll be walking you through, day and night, life with the new 2013 Breakout. I tend to do some really stupid and pretty cool stuff, so you should probably follow along on Facebook or Twitter.

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Harley-Davidson Stereo Earphones Review

What to Listen to on a Motorcycle Ride

Do you have the Harley-Davidson socks, glasses, underwear, jacket and still can't get enough? Well search no longer as you can now listen to music while advertising for your favorite brand! In all seriousness, I had the option of which set of headphones I wanted to review and I selected these ones based on their looks alone. Opinions are like butts though - everyone has one. If these weren’t for you I’d recommend you visit Fuseplusyou.com and find a set that tickles your fancy. The question is: are they any good?

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Harley-Davidson iPhone 4 / 4S Case Review

Harley-Davidson iPhone Case

Fuseplusyou.com is a website established in 2003, which offers a massive variety of phone cases, Bluetooth headsets, chargers, cables and adapters for your phone. YouMotorcycle was offered a phone case and a set of earphones for review, which we will be bringing to you in two parts. Also, a video review of each of the products will be uploaded shortly so that you can further experience each before deciding how to spend your hard earned dollars.

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The Motorcycle Discoveries

The Motorcycle Discoveries

Back in June of 2011, I wrote a post about The Motorcycle Discoveries, a web show that was supposed to rock, but by November of 2011, I still hadn't gotten around to publishing it. First I'll share the story, second I'll tell you why I've held back.

Let's face it, as men we struggle to deal with the concept of "reality TV". Teenie-bopper approved hits lack the slightest semblance of "real" in the faces of our lives. Until now. TMD America is a revolutionary and interactive series about the motorcycle journey of a lifetime. Five young riders travelling 25,000 miles across America by motorcycle, sharing their stories, adventures, and clashes. If there was ever a reality show for those fond of riding on the open road, this is it.

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