Member Bike of the Month

June 2012 – James Massie’s 2010 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic

2010 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic – 400 miles, equipped with XM Radio…completing my wish list of accessories.

May 2012 – Tony Albright’s 2009 Harley Davidson Rocker C
2009 Harley Davidson Rocker C – Wimer high performance intake, custom chrome rims with sprocket and brakes, vance and hines pipes bought when returned from Iraq in 2008 too much chrome to list
April 2012 – Bob Paul’s 2007 Softail Custom

Bob Paul’s 2007 Softail Custom sitting in the great mountains of Tioga County.

March 2012 – Mike Rugh’s (Brandy’s) 2009 Kawasaki Ninja EX250-J Special Edition
I store and ride the bike while my daughter Brandy is away at college. When she returns home in the summer she “steals” it back from me. The bike is alot of fun to run errands on and saves fuel as I live so far from town.
February 2012 – Troy & Denise Russell’s 2003 Harley Davidson Sportster XL Custom

2003 XL1200 Sportster Custom Pearl white in color purchased on July 1st, 2003. Over the years I have added almost $3200 worth of accessories to include a Dynojet kit with the high flow air cleaner, premium leather saddlebags, Vance & Hines Strait Shot Pipes, deluxe pillow seat, XL chrome front end package, XL chrome triple tree kit and 8 pack of lizard lights. It now has approximately 28,000 miles and hoping for a lot more.

January 2012 – John & Chase Quirk’s 2005 Harley Davidson Softail Duece

2005 Harley Davidson Softail Duece purchased in November of 2010 from Bill Rackley at Appalachian HD with 10,000 miles on it. The Deuce comes with tons of chrome from the factory and the original owner put $7,000 worth of accessories on it when he bought it from AHD including Vance & Hines Big Shots, Aileron grips & foot pegs, a Sundowner seat, windshield, chrome rear axle covers and a chrome rear sprocket cover. We added a chrome luggage rack, larger seat back, lower chrome belt guard and a chrome voltage regulator cover. We have put about 4,000 on it since we bought including a trip to OCMD for DELMARVA Bike Week.

October, November and December 2011 were not available, will restart in January 2012!
September 2011 – Tom Vogelsong’s 2004 Harley Davidson Fat Boy

2004 Harley Fatboy FLSTFI purchased February 2011. Lava Red in color, Vance and Hines Pipes, a lot of chrome items added by the original owner along with custom wheels, sissy bar and luggage rack were added by me. I have most of the replaced items including wheels and tires available for sale.

August 2011 – Troy and Denise Russell’s 1946 BMW Model R71

The bike is registered as a 1946 BWM Model R71, however the research that I have done suggests that it is a Chang Jiang 750 (CJ750) Model M1M. The CJ750 is the Chinese clone of the Russian M72, who itself is the clone of the BMW. This is a replica model which was built around 1986 adding modern day conveniences.

After the Russians copied the R71 and used it successfully during World War II, they sold copies of M72’s to the Chinese during the fifties.

Then, in 1957, the Chinese started their own M72 production under the name of Chang Jiang 750. The early production was using a lot of Russian M72 parts such as fenders, frames, wheels, ignition keys, switches, etc. Even some complete Russian M72’s were recalled Chang Jiang 750’s. Some had the Russian engine changed to a Chinese made one.

Basic specs

-         Engine is a 746cc 4 stroke horizontally apposed with kick start & electric start (one of the conveniences added after 1986). 4 speed transmission with a drive shaft and 1 reverse gear (another modern convenience) which give a top speed of about 62 mph and 30 mpg. Has a 12 volt electrical system, 770 pounds dry weight and has a max payload of 3 adults (?) plus about 220 pounds.

If anyone is interested in reading further information, I have a small binder with literature and diagrams that takes about 20 or so minutes. Just let me know.

July 2011 – Tim Knepp Jr’s  2003 Honda VTX 1300S

2003 Honda VTX1300S purchased in July 2009. Customizations:  Corbin Dual Touring Seat with Chrome Bar, Saddleman Saddlebags, Kury Hand Grips, Corba Fatty Highway Bars with Highway Pegs, Handlebar Risers, Hard Krome 3” Straight Pipes, 19” Memphis Fats Quick Release Windshield, Passenger Kury ISO Wing Pegs, Pair valve removed, Speedo healer, 412 Progressive Shocks, K&N Air Filter, Rejetted Carb for the Pipes and Air Filter, VTX1300C mirrors, Chrome License Plate Mount, Chrome Radiator Cover, Chrome Horn Cover, Chrome Knob Triple Tree Covers, Chrome Fuel Shutoff Knob and Plate, Chrome Brake Pedal Pad, Chrome Clutch Cable Adjuster Cover, Chrome Fender Louvers, Kury Deep Dish Benzels, Kury Chrome Handlebar Control Covers, Chrome VTX Mastercylinder Cover, Chrome Clutch and Brake Levers.

June 2011 – Dave & Carol Apgar’s  2006 Harley Davidson Heritage Softail Classic

We purchased this bike when Dave retired from the Carlisle School District in 2006.    It is the Firefighter Edition for 2006.   We have enjoyed many rides to the beach, the mountains and many day trips around the area.  It didn’t require too many changes because it was pretty much customized at purchase with the full size detachable Lexan windshield, oversize leather studded saddlebags, studded seat,  running lights,  chromed oil tank and oil lines, chrome light fender accents, laced wheels.  The power train is a five speed with a 1450 cc fuel injected engine.  To get a little more performance we added the Vance and Hines Long Shot Pipes with hidden crossover, high flow air filter/intake system and a V & H Fuel pack mapping unit to match the adjustments.  Most recently we started using a HD synthetic blend lubricant and noticed increased performance, gallons per mile and cooling.  For a big bike it handles remarkable well and floor boards for the driver and passenger make for an easy ride.  I had always said that I would never own a bike with a windshield, now I wouldn’t be without one.  Be safe out there and watch out for the other guy.

May 2011 – Brian & Heather Metzger’s 2005 Harley Davidson Sportster 1200 XL Custom

We purchased this bike in June of 2010 as a second owner, since then we have enjoyed the time together on it with many great friends. The following changes and additions have been made: Stage 1 Kit, Screaming Eagle II pipes, K&N Air Filter, Harley Detachable Windshield, Saddleman Detachable Bags, Mustang Solo Seat with matching passenger pillion, Harley Detachable Sizzy Bar.  Moved front turn signals to the forks, moved rears to the lay down licenses plate bar, both front and rear have smoked lens and visors, Changed front wheel to a 19” with a one of a kind Chrome Profile Laced Wheel. Rear wheel is a factory Profile Laced Wheel, Progressive Fork Springs, Progressive 412 Rear shocks, Kurakun Highway bar, Kurakun Iso pegs, installed purple LEDS.  Mobil 1 20/50 V-Twin Oil and Mobil 1 75/90 in the primary/transmission.  Heather was a dead set against motorcycles, so she thought that by getting her mother to use some “disowning” tactics on me would work. As you can see, it didn’t work. She left us with one saying “Live for Today, Tomorrow May Not Be Here”, so every time we are on the bike we ride in memory of – Naomi Jane Rice RIP 12/24/2010. Ride Safe!
April 2011 – Mike & KellyAnn Rugh’s 1997 Harley Davidson Electra Glide Classic

I purchased the bike in October 2008 from the widow of MSG Scott R. Ball.

Scott was a motorcycle patrolman at Pennsylvania State Police Carlisle station who also served with the 28th Infantry Division of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard.

Scott died on August 27th, 2007 from wounds suffered when insurgents attacked his unit during combat operations in Jalalabad, Afghanistan.

Scott brought his bike to work one day and sparked enough of an interest that I went out and bought a Ural Tourist Sidecar motorcycle so my daughter could share my hobby with me. After Scott died serving his country I purchased his bike and lettered the rear of the bike in tribute to him. Mike, Kelly Ann and Michaela enjoy taking rides together on nice days.

March 2011 – Jason McBrides’s 2003 Harley Davidson V-Rod

2003 Harley Davidson V-Rod – Purchased New in 2006.  Additions / modifications –  custom paint job, (black base, with silver flames which are pin striped in blue),  Installed a dyno jet Power Commander, K & N air filter, Reinhart exhaust pipes, removed the black license plate & turn-signal assembly & replaced with chrome & led turn & brake lights & most recently bought a sundowner seat.

February 2011 – Tim Yingst’s 2008 Honda VTX 1300

2008 Honda VTX 1300C, Bub Jug Hugger exhaust system, K&N Filter Kit.

January 2011 – Pete & Dawn Arcati’s 1990 Harley Davidson Electra Glide Classic

1990 Harley Davidson E-Glide Classic, 80 cubic inch evolution engine, Vance & Hines true dual headpipes into Bassani mufflers, custom paint, custom seat cover, rider backrest, Adjure headlight and spots, Radiantz led signal lights, and lots of chrome extras. Hand-made rear speaker pods, diamond plate bag fillers and rear fender tip. Combination of Willie G skull package and Maltese crosses, Klock Werks handle bars and windshield, Sony AM/FM/CD Ipod and XM satellite hookups, plus more. Let’s Ride!

December 2010 – Gary & Missy Dressler’s 2010 Harley Davidson Street Glide

2010 Harley Davidson Street Glide, 96 cubic inch, six speed,  Harman Kardon AM/FM/CD Player, electronic cruise control, factory two-to-one exhaust with a Screamin’ Eagle slip on and a HD Hammock seat with a removable back rest.

November 2010 – Brian & Stacey Hamilton’s 1997 FLHT – Electra Glide Standard

80ci/1340cc EVO engine, EV23 Andrews cam, Wiseco Forged Pistons, True Dual conversion kit, Vance & Hines slash cut round pipes with carburetor kit, Sony AM/FM/CD player, Running AMSOIL 20/50 all the way around.

2nd Owner, Honored to acquire the bike from the 1st owner.  M.Sgts. George D. Shearer (Uncle).  It was purchased new in New Bern, NC.  Uncle George put a little over 33K miles on it when he passed in November of 2006.  In October of 2008 a tooth on the cam gear broke and the motor was rebuilt bottom up.  It currently has 49,209 miles on it.  It has been a great excuse for Stac and I to get away, the wind in your face just takes all the stress away.  I know I have a permanent co-pilot watching over and keeping us safe.

October 2010 – John & Brenda Sheaffer’s 2007 Sportster XL883L
2008 Dyna Low Rider

Sportster XL883L – Vance Hines Short Shots, Screamin’ Eagle Race Tuner, Screamin’ Eagle Air Cleaner, Sundowner Seat, Rigid Mount medium low Sissy Bar with Luggage Rack, 412 Progressive Rear Suspension with 11 1/2″ shocks.

2008 Dyna Low Rider – 96 Cubic Inch 1584 CC,  Vance Hines Big Shots Screamin’ Eagle Race Tuner, Screamin’ Eagle Air Cleaner,  Pillow Look Seat,  Detachable Low Sissy Bar with Luggage Rack.

September 2010 – Gary Rutz’s 2006 Harley Davidson Dyna Wide Glide

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