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November 2016

On April 8th & 9th 2017, Raleigh North Carolina will host the Southeast’s largest gathering of European and Euro-inspired motorcycles. The seventh -annual Raleigh Eurobike is a family-friendly event dedicated to the style and sophistication of European mechanical design and the history of the machines that inspire the imagination with a feeling of freedom and a hint of rebellion. This year’s event returns to where it all started, and will be hosted in Raleigh’s Historic City Market.

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By Dime City Cycles November 30, 2016 No comments

The 4th Annual Iron & Clematis Vintage Motorcycle Festival which will be held February 25, 2017, 11 am-8pm, New location Downtown Abacoa Jupiter, Fl. Iron & Clematis delights over 8000 spectators amidst hundreds of classic and vintage motorcycles and continues to build a dedicated following. Iron & Clematis is organized by the Vintage Iron Club (VIC), a not for profit organization that supports worthy charities.

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By Dime City Cycles November 28, 2016 No comments

Karly Kothmann just wanted to ride with the boys, specifically her high-school-sweetheart husband and his friends. A dinnertime discussion quickly escalated into riding lessons, then a Honda Ruckus, then a motorcycle street license for Christmas and finally a Honda CL350 for Valentine’s Day.

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By Dime City Cycles November 11, 2016 8 comments

Your friends are planning a getaway ride later in the month but your bike desperately needs two new tires before it’s ready for a road trip. Your wallet, however, is hopelessly thin until next month.

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By Dime City Cycles November 10, 2016

Bob Ranew’s parents wouldn’t let him have a bike. In eighth grade his friend got a Suzuki Trail 90 and young Bob got a taste of two wheels. In college, it was a roommate who had a Honda 450. Finally, Ranew got a sport bike, one of the first Kawasaki Ninjas released in the U.S. in the 1980s. Then marriage and kids came, bikes went… you might know the story.

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By Dime City Cycles November 3, 2016 No comments