Thursday, July 7, 2011

Honda Dirt Bikes - Everyone Wants a Honda

Honda Dirt Bikes - Everyone Wants a HondaThere are dirt bikes, and then there are Honda dirt bikes. A Honda represents speed, power and maneuverability (making it obvious why they are the top-sellers). Quality is its ultimate trademark, however, and a Honda dirt bike never fails to please.

Honda Dirt Bikes - Everyone Wants a HondaAnd, with a wide range of choices, you are sure to find one tailored for your racing style--whether professional or amateur, you will see and feel the difference of Honda dirt bikes. It's not just riding or racing; it becomes an experience.

And, to fully enjoy that experience, you should understand all aspects of what makes Honda dirt bikes... well, a Honda dirt bike. Don't cringe. Some history lessons are worth knowing.

Honda is a name that summons respect in the biking world, though no one would have guessed that from its dubious beginnings and low sales. When Soichiro Honda opened the first store in Los Angeles in 1959, the reception was tepid at best. The American people were already devoted to their Harleys and Triumphs. Honda tried, in vain, for that first year to sell his products, but was only able to come up with 1700 units. The American market
refused to let him in.

Overseas, however, things were different. In Japan, Honda was the number one selling bike (an estimated 500,00 units sold). Throughout Europe, the bikes were starting to win races and garner attention. Honda was the top-player.

Friday, June 10, 2011

Lowrider Bikes

Lowrider Bikes
Lowrider Bikes
Lowrider BikesLowrider bicycles were originally designed for cars Lowrider 1960s. Have been called by many names Dragster Lowrider cruiser bike pimp. As its name suggests, his body was low to the ground. These wheels also had a long curved banana seat, ape-hanger handlebars and had Sissy Bar

Schwinn was getting the bike manufacturer first with a lowrider bike. Your Lowrider the Sting Ray was called. George Barin modified a Schwinn Sting Ray Eddie Munster on the hit television series, The Munsters. After his appearance in the popular cult classic sitcom, Lowrider bikes popularity soared. Unfortunately, this popularity was short lived, as the lowrider were overshadowed by a new fad of BMX. However, he developed a new Lowrider increase in popularity in the 1970s when children started to adapt their Mexicano lowrider bikes. Bicycle manufacturers noticed this trend and began restoring Lowrider.

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