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Kevin “Teach” Baas and the Kennedy Chopper Class

His name is Kevin Baas, but many in the motorcycle community know him as “Teach”–the public high school shop teacher that started the first ever Chopper Class.  Kevin was looking for a way to teach his students valuable hands on skills and safe use of tools and equipment while creating a real world “COOL” project.  … Read more →

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Kevin “Teach” Baas and the Kennedy Chopper Class

His name is Kevin Baas, but many in the motorcycle community know him as “Teach”–the public high school shop teacher that started the first ever Chopper Class.  Kevin was looking for a way to teach his students valuable hands on skills and safe use of tools and equipment while creating a real world “COOL” project.  … Read more →

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Light Sensor Problem Solved in Oregon

If you’ve ever spent time driving in Portland, Oregon, you know that there is a crazy high ratio of bicycles to cars year round. When the rain starts to break and the sun peeks through the clouds, suddenly there are motorcycles everywhere, too. This rings true for most of Oregon.

Every two wheel driven individual, whether … Read more →

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Arizona Motorcyclists Are Full Throttle Ahead in Working with State Legislatures

Motorcyclists from around Arizona have been lobbying their representatives to support HB 2345 in the current legislative session as the measure would do away with handlebar height restrictions and eliminate required grab bars for passengers.

This measure was pushed strongly by the ABATE of Arizona and Arizona Confederation of Motorcycle Clubs and, as of now the … Read more →

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ARIZONA MOTORCYCLISTS ARE FULL THROTTLE AHEAD IN WORKING WITH STATE LEGISLATORS

Motorcyclists from around Arizona have been lobbying their representatives to support HB 2345 in the current legislative session as the measure would do away with handlebar height restrictions and eliminate required grab bars for passengers.

This measure was pushed strongly by the ABATE of Arizona and Arizona Confederation of Motorcycle Clubs and, as of now the … Read more →

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Malorie’s Law in Texas Causes Confusion for Thousands of Motorcyclists: PART II

After six incredibly long weeks of submitting media requests to the Texas Department of Public Safety to provide clarification on 10 questions raised by the January 1 implementation of Malorie’s Law, the responses finally arrived.   It’s worth noting, that these replies only arrived once an absolute fire-storm erupted online…when several high profile motorcycle publications began … Read more →

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Lane Splitting In California: Do’s and Don’ts!

Drivers on California highways often find themselves momentarily sharing a lane with a motorcyclist who is “lane splitting”. California is the only state in the nation in which lane splitting, is legal. Other terms for the practice include white-lining, filtering, or lane sharing.

In simple terms, lane splitting is when a two-wheeled vehicle overtakes slow or … Read more →

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Malorie’s Law in Texas Causes Confusion for Thousands of Motorcyclists

A new law entitled “Malorie’s Law” went into effect on January 1 in Texas which is causing serious confusion for thousands of motorcyclists across the state. A wide range of professionals from the motorcycling industry in the state were contacted to find out how the law would affect them and every single contact expressed concern … Read more →

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Chopperfest 2014

Chopperfest in Ventura, California, took place on December 14th and was a massive success! This year, Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys were the title sponsor for the festival at Ventura County Fairgrounds, proud to support a motorcycle show of the people! With humble beginnings, the show has grown a huge amount in the eleven years since launch.

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Long Beach International Motorcycle Show Highlights

The Progressive International Motorcycle Show visited Long Beach, California this last weekend (Nov 12-16)- and of course, we were there!
Free motorcycle parking and gear check at the Long Beach convention center brought thousands of motorcycles to the show. Hundreds of exhibitors brought their new products, and best and brightest custom bikes for attendees to inspect.  There were … Read more →

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