First ride on Harleys Stripped Down Tourer 2019 Electra Glide Standard


By Andrew Cherney  

As we lean into an impossibly long, high-speed sweeper on the outskirts of the Ocala National Forest, I realize I was thankful for two things: One, that we’d actually found one of the few decently radiused turns in Florida, and, two, the bike I was riding was a stout and highly capable tourer—but one unvarnished with frippery and fandanglery. A bike where you just turned the ignition on, thumbed the starter, and whacked the throttle. Nothing else to it. No hard drive to boot, no waypoints to plug in, no Bluetooth to connect.

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Jack Daniel’s Limited Edition Indian Motorcycle Collection

The InspirationJack Daniel’s® Single Barrel Select

The Jack Daniel’s Limited Edition Indian Springfield Dark Horse draws its design inspiration from Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Select, the brand’s finely-crafted super-premium whiskey offering. Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel comes from select barrelhouses at the Jack Daniel Distillery in Lynchburg, TN. Within those barrelhouses, Single Barrel Select barrels are only taken from the top floors where the natural annual temperatures vary the greatest year after year, which help develop the most robust flavor. Jack Daniel’s is the only major distillery in the world that produces its own oak barrels by hand by skilled craftsmen, and it is the oak from these barrels that gives Single Barrel Select its distinctive flavor and color. Similarly, each limited-edition Jack Daniel’s Indian Springfield Dark Horse is unique and original in its own way, as nearly the entire bike is hand-painted by specialized Indian Motorcycle craftsmen.

Jack Daniels Chieftain

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24 tips to prepare for a long-distance motorcycle ride

                          Source : here.

packing for your motorcycle trip: what to bring

Since they can’t rely on the ample space of a car, motorcyclists have to pack efficiently (and sometimes a bit creatively).

1. Weather-appropriate gear

Depending on the month, you’ll want gear to deal with the sun and heat (cool neck wrap, sunglasses, sunscreen), the cold and rain (gloves, long underwear, heated vest liner, waterproof outerwear, etc.), or often both. Continue reading “24 tips to prepare for a long-distance motorcycle ride”