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Vision Series Headlights from Performance Machine


Performance Machine been dramatically expanding their already substantial offerings over the last few years. We’ve seen them introduce an entire collection of air cleaners, and the Contrast Cut and Scallop series of tin covers, pegs and grips, all of which were right in the wheelhouse of what they’ve been doing for the last forty plus years. So the new Vision Series of headlights, made to the same exacting specifications as the rest of their parts, is an exciting line of accessories for PM to introduce. Check out the stats at Performance Machine and pick up yours from your local PM dealer.


Pioneer Bars from Pangea Speed

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Fresh from the folks at Pangea Speed, some vintage rabbit-ear inspired handlebars they call Pioneer Bars. Goes to show if you wait long enough, everything comes back into style. Grab a set for yourself a pair while they’re still on sale at Pangea Speed.  

Thunder Risers from Biltwell Inc.

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I really dig the new Thunder Risers from Biltwell. All the rigidity gained from making the upper and lower riser a solid piece will make a pronounced improvement in vibration. Designed to work with 1″ bars, these risers are investment cast and CNC milled from stainless steel. Available in polished and black from Biltwell Inc.

Scrambler Bar from Burly

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When we were kids we wanted our bikes to look like motorcycles, now some of us want to make out motorcycles reminiscent of our old ramp jumpers. Seems Roland Sands pioneered the whole BMX/Moto hybrid style. It wasn’t long before Harley followed with its Hollywood handlebars, featuring the distinctive cross-member. Now Burly’s on the scene with a set of bars that look straight off your brother’s Mongoose. Just need to hit the bike shop for those nifty checkered Vans bar pads and some stickers. Check ’em out over at Burly.


GPR Steering Damper for HD Street Bob


For those of you who don”t know, GPR has been pushing out steering stabilizers from its facility in So Cal since the late 90’s, specializing in the sport bike market. With the emergence of the modern, performance-based Dynas, GPR saw the opening to introduce their revolutionary damper to the market of American-styled street cruisers. It’s a 100% bolt-on install that requires no cutting or drilling, thanks to the one piece billet design that completely replaces the top triple tree and stem nut. Best of all, no more foot long dampers bolting your trees to your frame. For more information, head over to GPR Stabilizer.