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Hang with us for the day as we head over to our machine shop to take a look at the production of our All-new Gauge Relocation and Bagger Triple Tree. It is always such a great feeling working on a innovative product for months and sometimes over a year to see it all coming together. We are looking to have the Thrashin Road Glide Gauge Relocation and Top Tree available May/June 2022.
We are back for another Bike Check, and this time with the infamous Juan Arceo's 2012 Dyna Street Bob. The 2012 Dyna (FXD) with the 49MM Forks and Twin Cam Engine is the same chassis that was in production with the initial 2006 Harley model FXD to 2017, from the Street Bob, Super Glide, Lowrider, Lowrider S, Fatbob, Wide Glide, and Switchback with most parts being interchangeable with the exception of just a few pieces. Check out how Juan has made this Dyna Street Bob his own.
Welcome back to another How To by Thrashin Supply. Today we are talking about Harley-Davidson Wheelies. Watch as X Games Gold Medalist Lance Coury goes over bike set up and techniques to help you better understand how to wheelie your Harley-Davidson. This time around Juan Arceo jumps into the mix to see if he can put Lance's lessons to use. Kick your feet up and enjoy the show.
Last Saturday we spent the day ripping on our Harleys! We headed over to Tarantula Hill Brewery for a fundraiser supporting our Veterans, put on by Carey Hart with the Good Ride Rally. Juan got to rip a 3 wheeler like he always wanted, Lance Coury and Carey Hart chatted about old memories, and we even got the story behind The Rock Store on Mulholland Highway from the owner Rich. Kick your feet up and come along for the ride!
Today we go Behind the Scenes with the All-New Gauge Relocation for your Harley-Davidson Road Glide! You get to see the design and prototype process we go through from conception to production. We are just a few weeks away from the official release and beyond stoked. Kick your feet up and enjoy the show...
Today we bring you Rob Scott and his super clean 1993 FXR! One cool fact to know is that this bike and Rob were born the same year. lol! Kick your feet up and enjoy the show. Recently the FXR has been very sought after, with riders and collectors appreciating its Erik Beull designed frame using the tri-mount and link system that had been introduced a couple of years earlier on the FLT, eliminated vibration as an issue. A very stout and stiff frame wrapped around the mechanicals, instead of the purer backbone designs of previous FXs(Dyna), which hung components onto the central backbone structure.The FXR Frame has less casted parts and has a lot of welded stamped steal parts. These bikes were built in the era before robots were welding everything, they were built by hand. They just don't make Harley's like they used to!
In this video we will show you how to find which Thrashin Handlebar suits you best! We know choosing the right Handlebars for your Harley-Davidson can sometimes be stressful, especially now a days having to order online without ever getting to touch and feel the set up. Here at Thrashin Supply we get these questions all the time. Which is great, we love giving feedback and helping you make a confident decision in your purchase. There is no right or wrong answer when choosing the perfect Handlebar and Riser set up, but rather what works best for you.
Take a look at this 2019 Softail Streetbob that you you have seen Juan riding in some of our Vlogs. This bike belongs to our Machinist who leaves it at our shop for R&D purposes. Check out what Juan has to say about some of the upgrades that have been done to this Softail Streetbob.
We enjoy sharing our knowledge of motorcycles and riding tips to help all riders so they can get comfortable with their bikes. Today we bring you a new How To on braking. Braking is a fundamental that is often over looked when it comes to motorcycle confidence and control.
Welcome back to another episode of Bike Check by Thrashin Supply. Today we are going to show you our employee and friend Grant's 2019 Harley-Davidson Softail Streetbob. Harley-Davidson introduced the new softail lineup in 2018 replacing the Dyna models that were made from 1991-2017. Although the new softail lineup used some of the Dyna names such as Streetbob, Lowrider, and Fatbob, these bikes are very different.
Welcome back to another episode of Bike Check by Thrashin Supply. Today we are going to show you our buddy Dom Scamaldo's 2005 Dyna Lowrider. This bike for Harley-Davidson was last of the early model dyna's (99-05) just before the big switch to the late model dyna's (06-17). The 2005 Dyna was the last year with a 39mm front end and a 5 speed transmission, but one of the first years you could get electronic fuel injection on a Dyna.
Good times riding with buddies to Deer Lodge in the Ojai Valley. Enjoy the day with plenty of talking, drag racing, canyon riding, and even some wheelie practice.
This is an unedited clip pulled from Vlog 6 where Lance and Juan had a friendly rip up Stunt Road in Calabasas CA. Lance is riding up the canyon 1 handed while holding a GoPro 10. PLEASE DO NOT TRY THIS.
We recently had the chance to swing by our friend Cole Seely's shop to shoot a Bike Check. Cole is badass Supercross Class Winner with many podium finishes in his career. With motorcycle riding at his core, Cole has found himself enjoying Harley-Davidson's for touring and riding with his friends. With two round trip rides from Los Angeles to the Sturgis Rally and living in SoCal surrounded by canyons, Coles Harley's of choice are his 2021 Road Glide and 1993 FXR.
The Harley-Davidson Road King is the stripped down bagger in H-D's Touring line. This is the bike of choice @2lanelife's very own Josh Seiden. Josh likes the bigger chassis and saddlebags this bike offers for handling 800 mile days in comfort, while taking advantage of the minimalistic set up with no radio or giant fairing to interfere with his filming and focus while capturing the 2 Lane Life story. Josh has been able to get his bike dialed in just right for his daily needs. Check out Josh's Deadwood Green 2021 Road Glide.