Members Patches.

Don't forget that members can pick up extra patches if needed.  They are in stock.  We also have some shirts coming if you'd like to pick one sure to pay this years members fees.  The shirt designs are looking great.

Blast from the Past!

 Dirty Diana.
 Dirty Dancing with  Dirty Old Neil!

The new V-Star 1300 Deluxe

Yamaha boast this bike has great touring comfort and reliability in an easy to handle mid-size package. 

Powered by a 1304cc fuel injected, liquid-cooled V-Twin, the Deluxe also sports a classic-styled fairing, 28.5 litre hard shell saddlebags and an iPod / iPhone ready audio system with dual speakers. With the standard equipment Garmin Zumo 665 GPS nav system in the mix, you are ready to hit the open road for places unknown in comfort, confidence and style.

2013 Vicory Cross Road Classic: Review

After rambling around the Lone Star Texas for nigh on a week aboard the 2013 Victory Cross Roads Classic, we’ve witnessed the way it’s been positively received by riders of its American competitior. It’s blend of comfort, from its padded seat to its easy-riding ergos, are a plus. Its bags impressed us with how much we could cram in them. It has plenty of power without being punchy, and thanks to a stable chassis and supple suspension, ride quality is smooth and enjoyable. Eye-catching paint and tastefully applied trim add to its classic curb appeal and its versatility might be just enough of a carrot to dangle in front of bagger enthusiasts to sway them to ride Victory.

New Gold Wing for 2013

A product of creative thinking or an amorous three-way between a Harley-Davidson Road Glide, DN-01 and Gold Wing, the F6B is certainly something new for Honda. Cosmetically the F6B is a Gold Wing with a new seat and without the touring model’s tall windscreen and rear topbox/passenger backrest. The style is undeniably cool while the blacked-out treatment provides a hint of menace.

The F6B owns the same seat height as the GL, but the new seat is narrower at the tank junction and when sitting on the F6B the reach to the ground is noticeably lessened, as is the 62-pound reduction in weight. Boasting a claimed curb weight of 842 pounds, the F6B is 62 pounds less than a base model GL largely by way of the omitted on-board compressor and reverse gear found on the touring bike.

Engine, frame, transmission, saddlebag capacity, etc., remain unchanged from the full-dress Gold Wing.

DC Riders help out the Lobster Bash with a Christmas Fundraiser!

 Cory is presented with the 30 lbs of lobster from the Christmas Draw!
Thanks to all who supported us in this fundraiser.