Motorcycle Christmas

All I want for Christmas

We are getting close to that time of year where we have to decide what gifts to buy our biker friends for Christmas. Of course, on top of the list would be a new motorcycle. But that is not in the cards for my biker friends but here are some things that may be a possibility…
Passes to the legendary Buffalo Chip; The passes go up in price as they start announcing the bands and the closer you get to the 2011 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally but right now they are quite the bargain. You can buy a rally pass today for $165.00 up to $265.00 for the extended rally pass. This includes your campsite and entertainment. In 2011 the Buffalo Chip will be celebrating their 30th anniversary so it is a year not to be missed.
Hot Leathers: Anything from Hot Leathers! Okay this is vague but Hot Leathers has one of the best biker apparel websites in the motorcycle industry. They have any type of biker clothing you are looking for and carry Buffalo Chip apparel.
New York Rider Magazine subscription: Support one of the most active motorcycle magazines in the biz. Carmella and Lisa from New York Rider are seen participating at many events from New York to Daytona. They are great people and always take on the ’cause’.
‘Living The Life’ photos by Q-Ball, poems by Sorez the Scribe: This is one of my favorite gift ideas. This book is beautiful. A wonderful coffee-table book of fantastic photos portraying the life of a true biker.

Doug Barber’s photos remind us of a time when the bikes,
and the people that rode them were the real deal. Thankfully,
Doug was there living it; not just as an observer from
the outside. This collection of images combined with the
words of Sorez the Scribe provides a unique glimpse into
our culture’s past. For those that lived, partied and rode
during that time it’s a memory book of sorts. For the new
generation it represents the path less chosen, inspiration,
and a history book of our two-wheeled forefathers.
Living the life, it’s good for your soul.”
Todd Ingram
Editorial Director
Iron Horse Magazine