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Spring Issue's Features:

Wide Open 2017 Bike Show
With a lot of cabin fever going around and temps in the 50’s it was a perfect weekend for grabbing a couple buddies, firing up the old motorcycles and cruising up north to check out the Wide Open Bike Show. As always Ralph did a fantastic job of filling up the 72,000 sq. ft. Expo Center with bikes, reality TV stars and quality venders that had everything from a badass swap meet to reasonably priced leather goods to a raffle for the Kansas City Fallen Heroes . . . Page 5

4rd Annual Kansas City Baddest Bagger Competition
The best of the best, that’s what you’ll find at any one of American Bagger/Urban Bagger Magazines ‘’Baddest Bagger Competitions’’. . . .Page 20

1st Place Best in Show - Harley Bagger
One thing that almost everyone who owns or builds custom motorcycles has in common is that almost all of them are lifelong riders, and Darren Ward is no exception. He has ridden since he was a little kid and, in his youth, raced dirt bikes, motocross and flat track. And, of course, he’s always had a passion for street bikes - and Harleys in particular. . .24

2nd Place Best in Show - Indian
Returning for Second Place Best of Show again this year is Mark Kozak’s impeccably restored 1925 Indian Prince . . .Page 31

3rd Place Best in Show - Harley Bobber
Third Place Best in Show went to Rob Robinette’s 1960 FL Shovelhead Bobber.. . . Page 34

Motorcycle Art
This past February 2017 in Sedalia, Missouri at Yeager's Harley-Davidson you could have seen an interesting piece of art on the showroom floor. The motorcycle art was created by Park Denny and is truly a one-of-a-kind piece. As I approached this one-of-a-kind bike it appeared to be an old board track racer probably mid-teens 1913, 14 or 15 and a trophy and old historic pictures sitting with it just added to the allure . . .Page 38

World of Wheels
Unseasonably warm 70ºF weather made for a prime weekend to break your motorcycle out of hibernation and head to downtown Kansas City to the Annual World of Wheels show. This year’s 57th Annual World of Wheels began in Kansas City on Friday the 10th of February, was open 10 to 10 on Saturday the 11th, and concluded Sunday evening. . .Page 40

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