NCOM Coast To Coast Biker News for April 2014

Wednesday, April 23, 2014 @ 01:04 PM
posted by mistress



Universal helmet laws, Ethanol labeling, Red lights in WA, Rally for Mongols, and more.

By Bill Bish, thanks to Richard Lester and NCOM, with photos from the Bob T. collection.

Motorcycle News from around the world bought to you by NCOM and compiled and edited by Bill Bish.
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Take Advantage Of Free Shipping At J&P Cycles

Wednesday, April 23, 2014 @ 02:04 AM
posted by Canyon Carver



Benefit to Fight Cancer – 2014 LA Calendar Motorcycle Show Moves To Malibu

Wednesday, April 23, 2014 @ 02:04 AM
posted by Canyon Carver

The 23rd annual LA Calendar Motorcycle Show sponsored by Russ Brown Attorneys is pleased to announce that the American Cancer Society will be the 2014 Show’s designated charity recipient.This month the Society announced its first set of new 2014 grantees, awarding a total of $42,899,000 to 103 scientists and health professionals, both to find a cures for the many types of cancers, and to support and care for the facilities that treat and care for cancer patients.


“Everyone knows of friends and loved family members, or possibly themselves who have been impacted by cancer”, explained Jim Gianatsis, producer of the LA Calendar Motorcycle Show and the Show’s themed Motorcycle PinUp Calendars. “I, myself, was cured of cancer 4 years ago, thanks to diagnostics, cures and surgeries, discovered by researchers funded by important charity organizations like the American Cancer Society. Motorcyclists are renown as a community for coming together to support important causes, and none is more important than curing the cancers which affect more people than any other disease. The LA Calendar Show will be giving $1 of each Spectator Admission purchased on-line at to the American Cancer Society.

The 2014 LA Calendar Motorcycle Show & Concours d’ Elegance on Sunday July 20th is just $20 General Admission, and $40 VIP Admission includes an awesome Food Truck Lunch w/ Beverages from the famous Baby’s Badass Burgers and The Grilled Cheese. Event parking is free, with separate paved Motorcycle and Car Parking areas. Show capacity is limited and advance ticket purchase is suggested. The Malibu Golf Course is located at 901 Encinal Canyon Road. Malibu, CA 90265. Additional Information, Purchase Advance Tickets, Vendor and Bike Contest Registration is online at:


Sturgis Motorcycle Museum – 1922 Ace Four

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 @ 12:04 PM
posted by mistress


Ace being delivered

This 1922 Ace Inline Four is owned by local Sturgis collector Junior Glover.

By Christine Paige-Diers (Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame).

William G. Henderson is widely recognized as a truly innovative designer of early motorcycles and is especially well-known for his design of four-cylinder engines. He was the original owner of the Henderson Motorcycle company – which was founded in 1911. In 1917, he sold his company to Ignatz Schwinn, the owner of the Schwinn company that made bicycles and Excelsior Motorcycles.






Job Opportunity At Corbin’s

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 @ 11:04 AM
posted by Canyon Carver

Corbin Pacific Inc. is seeking an experienced CNC programmer/ engineering technician to join their team. Challenge your skill set and experience and apply at the world renowned motorcycle seat and accessory manufacturer, Corbin in Hollister, CA.


-Program, setup and operate 3 and 5-axis CNC machinery and works with engineering to develop complete machining processes to produce complex parts.
-Program, setup and operate CNC turning center with live tooling.
-Develops tooling and fixturing needed to produce complex parts.
-Ability to switch from prototype to production work throughout the shift.
-Reverse engineer existing parts to be modified or new parts hand created in R&D for machining on the 3 and 5 axis machinery, or to make drawings in Auto CAD.
-Works with drawings and rough sketches to program parts with minimum supervision.
-Produces Prints to assist purchasing department and machine shop for parts to be ordered or machined.
-Works with the air pollution control district to verify correct daily and yearly v.o.c limits and overages and complete daily logs using Excel.
-Maintaining tool crib inventory and allocate various tools to entire plant.
-Troubleshooting and maintenance on various equipment throughout the plant which includes replacement part lookup/research and preventative maintenance.

Job Requirements


-Geopath CAD/CAM Programming experience (3 years minimum)
-Haas Controls.
-Fagor Controls
-3 and 5 axis CNC milling Programming/Setup and operating experience (3 years)
-CNC Turning with live tooling experience Programming/Setup and operating experience (3 years)
- Manual mills/lathe experience
- Knowledge of machine shop tooling for various materials and ordering practices
- Use of the Internet for research and development/part development as well as part replacement for maintenance
- Knowledge of V.O.C logs and procedure


-Power mill CAD/CAM and other Delcam software such as power shape, and power inspect
-Familiarity with preventative maintenance
-Reverse engineering using a Romer laser scanner
-Dolphin CAD/CAM
-Knowledge of Polyurethane Elastomers/Foam and its dispensing equipment
-Knowledge of ABS vacuum forming

Background check and drug screening are standard for employment.

Looking to fill immediately.

Email to…….or fax resume Fax # 831-635-1026



Video Of the Day — Digger

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 @ 03:04 AM
posted by Canyon Carver

Here’s a cool digger we stumbled on while surfing the net. We had to share it with you.


Mount Your Narrow Glide Wheel To A Wide Glide

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 @ 02:04 AM
posted by Canyon Carver

1391437248_Wheel Conversion Kit

Custom Cycle Engineering offers wheel conversion kits to adapt any 19” or 21” Narrow-Glide wheel from 1977 to 2002* and spaces it out to fit a 41mm Wide-Glide front fork. With custom rotor spacers, axle spacers and an axle, any dual or single disc wheel can be adapted to any 41mm Wide-Glide fork. check them out.



Rockin’ The Flare With Klock Werks

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 @ 02:04 AM
posted by Canyon Carver

Brian Klock and Makel Juarez explain how to measure the height for 6.5″ and 8.5″ Flare™ Windshield for use on your batwing fairings. They use the new 2014 Harley Davidson as an example, but these measurements apply to all FLH (Batwing) and FLTR (Road Glide) models.



Bikernet Daily Pic — Bad Boy Tuesday

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 @ 01:04 AM
posted by Canyon Carver


How cool is this cat, posing on his flathead bobber next to his folks’ ’57 Lincoln? He’s the original dude with a ‘tude… Never miss another white-knuckle ride with Bikernet; click on the banner below and we’ll keep you informed with a daily reminder of what’s going down on the site.