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Buck Lovell

Buck Lovell

Buck Lovell - Biker, Photographer, and then some.
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GLENCOE CAMP RESORT     Why do I spend a lot time hanging out at Glencoe during the Sturgis motorcycle rally? I’m always looking for a bike to photograph for magazine use……that’s just one of the reasons…if you’ve got a magazine quality bike and want me to take a look, please visit me at Glencoe Camp resort. I cruise all the big campgounds looking for Iron. I also like hanging out with bikers who know how to have a good time. Why is Glencoe called a camp resort?  Trees, shade and pave...
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HE'S A WHAT?    
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 REGARDING LANE SPLITTING! As a former California resident, I took advantage of the traffic law that allows motorcycles to travel between cars when freeway traffic is at a stand-still. In Southern California during rush hour….traffic is almost always at a stand-still. The California Highway Patrol, and the California department of Transportation after exhaustive research, determined that lane splitting eases traffic congestion. Not to mention the fact that many motorcycles are air coole...
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LOOKING AT BIKES IS ALWAYS FUN!       Some four wheel car art! RUDYS RUDE RIDE!! THE END....SORTA!
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EDITOR’S CHOICE BIKE SHOW DAYTONA 2013  The Question “How Do I Get My Bike In A Magazine” Is Answered! If you have ever wondered how to get your bike featured in a national motorcycle magazine, this year during the First Annual Daytona Bike Week Twisted Tea Editor’s Choice Bike Show, The Broken Spoke and the National Motorcycle Magazines will provide an answer. For the first time ever Bike Week attendees, scooter tramps, and biker veterans can hang out at the Broken Spoke ...
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    I was at this bike show and it was a great experience for me. I went there to get some thesis tips and I got those as well. One of
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SWEDISH STYLE CHOPPER CHASSIS        This Swedish style straight-leg rigid chopper frame is available in four distinct configurations: four inch over stock down tubes with two inch extended backbone, six inch tubes with thee inch backbone, eight inch tubes with four inch backbone and ten inch over down tubes with five inches in the backbone. These rigid frames are also available in stock or ultra wide rear section versions to accept up to 180 width wheel tire combination when use...
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WOMAN RIDER OF THE WEEK    Do you recognize this pretty woman? She is Eastbound on Interstate 90 at 80 MPH about 50 miles West of Billing, Montana, July 2, 2012. That’s a Harley-Davidson Dyna-Glide doing the work. You go girl……she’s gonna need a stiff brush for that hair don’t ya know, but she is in the wind huh? Buck
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WHAT IS THE OPPOSITE OF BAGGER?  CHOPPER! They don't teach this stuff in school!!   Way back in the good-old-days when Baggers were considered garbage trucks, Choppers were the coolest. To many of us out here in biker-land, Choppers are still the only real way to ride motorcycles. They are still the coolest. Choppers are the “in your face machines” that squares couldn’t or wouldn’t understand. Especially the no front brake choppers. Baggers are to motorcycles are what motor homes...
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    But Ray Ban sunglasses and purses aren't able to achieve anyone Cheap Ray Bans draft "RB"--like the complete animation characters
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EAST INDIA CARGO CHEST     Looking for the ultimate cigar survival kit? The East India Cargo Chest is sure to keep any cigar smoker happy with this limited edition suitcase, full of special hand-crafted cigars made by the blend masters of K. Hansotia & Co. The limited edition East India cargo chest is a copper suitcase full of 284 special release Wicked Indie and Red Witch cigars: 51/2 x 60 perfectos, 7 x 60 Grand XO's and 6 x 56 double strength ligero's, named 'Double Fuerte'. ...
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Several years ago (seems like a million years) I launched a short lived publication titled Hardtail Magazine......strictly for rigid frame chopper enthusiasts only. It was very, very popular with the Chopper guys (no kidding) but the magazine was under capitilized and I couldn't keep the thing afloat. Here is a few pages of one of those Hardtail Magazine issues....sooner or later I'll get this magazine up and running. Buck CHOPPERS FOR LIFE.....................
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