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2016 Easyriders Bike Show

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2016 Easyriders Bike Show
Mark your calendar for the 2016 Easyriders Bike Show - January 23 at the Charlotte Convention Center!
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Understanding the Apex of a Turn

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Understanding the Apex of a Turn
Motorcycles, unlike cars, have the advantage of being able to find their best "line" while taking a curve or turn. When you choose your line you should visualize not only your entrance and exit, but also the middle point that is the top of your curve. This is called apexing and there are 3 basic ways to apex a corner.
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2015 Bulldog Heroes

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2015 Bulldog Heroes
Congratulations to the 2015 Bulldog Heroes! This year marked the 4th Annual Bulldog Hero Awards, presented by Bob Karney – Carolinas’ Biker Lawyer™. He teamed up with Cox’s Harley-Davidson of Asheboro, Full Throttle, 99.7 The Fox in Charlotte and Q104.1 New Country in Greensboro to honor bikers in the Carolinas for their outstanding contributions to their communities. The awards were presented on October 10 at the Harley Festival and come rain or shine the nominees and their crews came out t...
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Bob Karney Honors Bikers

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Bob Karney Honors Bikers
Bikers are some of the most generous and giving members of our society; riding with honor and serving their cause. Every year Bob Karney proudly honors them for their outstanding contributions to their communities with the Bulldog Hero Awards™. This year we are proud to present the 4th Annual Bulldog Hero Awards™. Five bikers from the Carolinas will be chosen; one will be named Bulldog Hero of the Year and receive $1000 to be donated to his/her charity of choice, four others will be named Bul...
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For Survivors of a Fallen Biker: Wrongful Death Claims in NC
In 2012, a staggering 161 motorcyclists were killed in North Carolina. Those fallen bikers are not just statistics; they were loved people that families and friends tragically and unexpectedly lost.   Horrifically, the biker who died is at fault less than 25 percent of the time, as reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA); some reports indicate the car or truck driver to be at fault as often as 89 percent of the time in a motorcycle accident.   A fatal motorcycl...
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