If you’re reading this, you probably aren’t in Daytona Beach for Bike Week, but not all is lost. Barnett’s Magazine Online’s photo bug, the lovely Jack Cofano, is beating his feet all over Daytona and points beyond digitally capturing the event and bringing back lots of photos of new bikes from all over the country and the world. I’ve followed him around a few times and it’s like running a marathon where you have to stop every ten feet and do a bunch of dance moves while you’re taking the shots. Can’t wait to see what he comes back with as the custom industry seems to be a poppin’.
Published in 2015 Events
   One thing we custom bike loving Americans are pretty much unaware of is how deep our influence is on all corners of the planet. Whether it’s the movie industry, music, television, any media, whatever, our innocent little motorcycle past time has hardcore devoted followers everywhere you go. I’m not sure if it’s the look and the sound of the Harley-Davidson V-twin or the biker lifestyle or both, but our buddies overseas love The Motor Company as much as any red-blooded American.
Published in 2016 Events
  European Bike Week 2014 may be long gone even if the year isn’t, but that doesn’t mean the memories are. For the over 90,000 motorcyclists who attended the event this past September, it was fun, fun, fun as usual with a smattering of lovely rides in the Faaker See area of southeastern Austria. Known for its clear turquoise water, Faaker See is a popular vacation spot and a perfect location for a motorcycle event. The 17th annual European Bike Week was a blast on two wheels or off for six straight days with guided rides, concerts, parties, stunt shows, poker run, vendor action, Harley-Davidson test rides and a whole lot more.
Published in 2014 Events
  European Bike Week 2014 may be long gone even if the year isn’t, but that doesn’t mean the memories are. For the over 90,000 motorcyclists who attended the event this past September, it was fun, fun, fun as usual with a smattering of lovely rides in the Faaker See area of southeastern Austria. Known for its clear turquoise water, Faaker See is a popular vacation spot and a perfect location for a motorcycle event. The 17th annual European Bike Week was a blast on two wheels or off for six straight days with guided rides, concerts, parties, stunt shows, poker run, vendor action, Harley-Davidson test rides and a whole lot more.  
Published in 2014 Events