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Clancy Centenary Ride to Visit the National Motorcycle Museum June 12-13, 2013


In 1913, American motorcyclist Carl Stearns Clancy became the first motorcyclist to circle the globe, doing so on a 1912 Henderson four-cylinder motorcycle. The Clancy Centenary Ride pays respect to Clancy’s epic feat and is the global celebration of motorcyclists “girdling the earth” on two motorized wheels. Clancy left San Francisco June 2, as Centenary riders will, arriving June 21 ...

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National Motorcycle Museum to give away a 2012 Indian Chief Classic

2012 Indian Chief Classic

The National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, Iowa, has been giving away classic-styled American motorcycles to supporters of the museum for the past 10 years. This year, those who make a small donation to the Museum will have a chance to win a 2012 Indian Chief Classic, which was donated by the new Indian Motorcycle Company.  The bike is serial number ...

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