Our November 2014 cover bike is a 2014 Harley-Davidson Softail Breakout, which owned by Worth Harley-Davidson in Kansas City, Missouri. This month's cover model is Samantha from Independence, Missouri. Scroll down for cover page articles and more details on our cover bike and model.
Our November 2014 cover model is Samantha from Independence, Missouri. She is a shift manager at IHOP, and if you attend Thursday bike nights at Worth Harley-Davidson, you may recognize her as one of the beautiful and widely popular Worth Girls! When asked about her ambitions, Samantha said “To graduate from college and land a good job in CSI.” When not working, Samantha told us that when it comes to hobbies, she enjoys riding motorcycles and spending time with her loved ones.
Our November 2014 cover bike is a 2014 Harley-Davidson Softail Breakout that is owned by Worth Harley-Davidson. We photographed cover model Samantha on this beautiful custom painted bike for this month’s cover. Also, make sure to check out the Behind the Scenes video from our November 2014 cover shoot!
On September 19 and 20, Gail’s Harley-Davidson hosted the Heartland Police Motorcycle Challenge for 2014. Twenty-six riders from 12 different law enforcement agencies registered for the event. The maze of cones marking the course was set up in the parking lot directly behind the dealership rather than using the lower lot which would have been farther from restrooms and less convenient for spectators. Having less available space than past locations, the course was more compact and therefore more challenging for the competitors. Practice was conducted on Friday, and the competition took place on Saturday.
The Valley Cycle Association (VCA) End of Summer Run took place on September 27, 2014 in Exeter California. Bikers from VCA, 5 Diamonds MC, Kinfolk MC, Ninety 9 Saints MC, Sinnister MC, B.A.C.A. Bakersfield Chapter, and other riders showed up to support the run.
Kansas City is the home of the nation’s number one Bikers for Babies® fundraiser. Starting in 1995 with 130 riders and $3,000 raised, the event has seen phenomenal growth. The 20th annual RIDE attracted more than 5,200 riders and approximately an additional 1,000 people to Kansas Speedway with donations of more than $800,000 bringing the total raised to over $7.7 million. This year’s amount included $100,000 each from the NASCAR Foundation and Kansas Speedway resulting from Don Post’s selection as the winner of the Betty Jane France Humanitarian of the Year Award in December, 2013, and an additional $20,000 donated by Kansas Speedway in Don’s name as a surprise announcement during the opening ceremony. Don has volunteered for many charities for 34 years, and has been a dedicated Bikers for Babies volunteer since 1995.
Thursday, October 16, 2014 was a beautiful evening at Shawnee Cycle Plaza for their 3rd Annual Biker Diva Fashion Show, which was evident by all the guests who rode their motorcycles to the event. This free fashion show caters to women riders, and features the latest bier diva fashions.
The Erik Buell Racing (EBR) 1190SX is a true high-performance motorcycle that features the power and technology of a superbike. With its unique acing heritage, this bike is designed to be a dominating street machine, which is equally at home on the open road or taking on the city streets.
The all-new Indian® Scout™ is a groundbreaking and visually stunning cruiser, which introduces the first-ever liquid-cooled Indian Motorcycle engine – an efficient and dependable 69 cubic inch V-twin – with impressive power on demand. This new model carries the legendary Indian® Scout™ name in authentic Indian® Motorcycle® styling, and at a very affordable price.