Looking for a new 2017 Sea-Doo SPARK TRIXX to shred the lakes and rivers with this summer? Then look no further!
As soon as winter breaks and riders get their motorcycles ready for spring, many of them storm the internet to find Minnesota’s best motorcycle rallies, runs, and rides. Some may choose to make the trek to the Sturgis motorcycle rally but, for those who may be looking to ride nearby or for a cause, something more local is probably higher on your list.
You have two options: Buy from an unknown private seller on Craigslist or purchase from a trusted retailer. While buying from a private seller may seem cheaper, it can be rather risky. Here are some things to consider before making your decision.
Summer is just around the corner, and if you’re like many Minnesotans, you’re raring to bring out your personal watercraft and hit as many of the 10,000 lakes our great state has to offer. Whether you’ve got a cabin up North or would rather spend some time in the more recreational lakes near the Twin Cities, your personal watercraft will definitely be getting its hull wet. But what lakes can you tackle with your PWC and what lakes should you be aware of slow-no wake zones? Have no fear, because we’ve compiled the regulations for some of Minnesota’s watercraft hotspots so you can be prepared.
If you combined every feature of the best motorcycles and made them better, the result would be the 2014 Harley-Davidson Street Glide. When released, the 2014 Street Glide was the most significant product launch in the company's history. This prompted the nickname Project Rushmore because 8 of the 2014 models, including the Street Glide, contained a mountain of enhancements. Collectively, there were 100 improvements made to the 8 models.
One of the greatest moments of owning a Harley is taking it out on the road for the first cruise of spring. The warm air and the smell of freedom can be overwhelming—almost like the feeling of riding a motorcycle for the first time.
According to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Minnesota is home to nearly 250,000 registered motorcycles, an all-time high for the “Land of 10,000 Lakes.” For a state that has what seems like 5 months of winter, you would think that number would be much lower. However, with its amazing summer/fall weather and awesome landscapes, it makes sense.
So you’re a Harley-Davidson owner living in Minnesota. Your Harley is stored away in a cold garage or pole barn during the long winters, and it’s driven to its limits during the short but glorious months of summer. These kinds of conditions can wreak havoc on a motorcycle; but with a few extra bucks and a little elbow grease, you can get that used Harley-Davidson looking like new in no time.