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6 Harley-Davidson Wedding Ideas for Serious Biker Brides

6 Harley-Davidson Wedding Ideas for Serious Biker Brides

Harley riders have always been the epitome of cool. But lately, bikers have taken their love of riding to a whole new level when they’ve ridden the bikes they adore on their wedding day.

The idea of a Harley Davidson wedding is so hot that it’s even attracted celebs. This includes such hotties as supermodel-actress Denise Richards, who hopped on a motorbike after saying her I Do’s to hubby Aaron Phypers in 2018.

If the idea of riding a motorcycle into the sunset with the love of your life sounds like your idea of a dream wedding, this post is for you.

We’re sharing 6 Harley Davidson wedding ideas for serious Harley-lovers here!

6 Harley Davidson Wedding Ideas for Lovers Who Love Harleys

For many biker brides and grooms, the first love to capture their heart wasn’t the one who’s meeting them at the altar to exchange wedding vows. 

Your beloved may be the one who revs your engine today. But, they probably don’t share the horsepower of a Harley, now do they?

Some bikers are out to prove that it’s possible to have both loves of their life…on the same day. 

Here are 6 inspiring Harley wedding ideas for all the bike-lovers out there who are tying the knot.

1. One Last Ride With Your Biker Gang

If your bride or groom-to-be doesn’t share your biker infatuation, that doesn’t mean you have to give up riding.

Gather up your gang for one last ride before you give your heart away.

Showing up with your wedding party pals to your pre-wedding festivities is cooler than cool. 

2. Arrive in Style (Harley Style)

If both you and your soon-to-be spouse share a fondness for the driver’s seat, why not take two bikes to the wedding chapel?

You can choose to arrive at the ceremony on two separate bikes, even if you’re planning on leaving as one.

3. A Short Ride With Your Eternal Love

Perhaps your wedding day celebration includes a church wedding and an after-party at a separate destination.

If you want to include your Harley on your big day, but prefer alternate transportation when you drive off for your honeymoon, then take a bike ride to the next stop. 

This is a great option for couples who are looking to compromise with a less-than-enthusiastic partner.

There are plenty of wedding car hire options that can sweep you away from your final stop to appease even the pickiest significant other. And, this is one way that the bride and groom can both take the ride of their dreams on their wedding day.

4. The Ultimate Biker Send-Off

If distance and weather are suitable, you might suggest hopping a Harley for the ultimate wedding day send-off.

With your bride on the back of your ride, it’s hard not to look like one of the coolest couples ever to get hitched.

5. Elope With Your Biker Bride or Groom

Will you be taking off for a private ceremony that includes just the two of you? How about eloping to your wedding destination biker-style?

You might even forgo traditional wedding rings and gift the love of your life with a new bike of their own.

6. Take Your Love For Your Bike All The Way (To the Altar!)

It may be going too far from some brides and grooms, but you could always zoom up to the altar, instead of taking that long walk down the aisle.

Want a Harley Honeymoon Instead?

If you still aren’t convinced (or haven’t convinced your spouse-to-be) that you need to have a Harley Davidson wedding, don’t worry. There is still plenty of time to enjoy biking with your babe.

How about a Harley honeymoon, instead?

Check out this post for motorcycle travel advice and get ready to take on the world with your new love! 

Posted by Duane Lopez on

Honda Neowing Three-Wheel Hybrid Concept

Honda Neowing Three-Wheel Hybrid Concept

The Honda Neowing Three-Wheel Hybrid will have a sophisticated upgrade that will happen at the end of October. With some radical design and equipment configurations – this vehicle will boast fabulous performance and design. Even though this beast bike has not gotten its official name yet, the automaker has revealed enough details about its promising features that we can’t get our mind and imagination to stop thinking about the bike. The promise is that the motorcycle will have provide an exceptionally sporty ride with smooth cornering. That is because when this motorcycle shows off its cornering moves – the suspension gives somewhat of an articulated experience. By far, the suspension capability has been the highest revelation from this brand’s development. Therefore, some experts and engineers from this brand are throwing around the same nickname, the authentic Honda linkage mechanism.

Honda Neowing Three-Wheel Concept

When we compare it with the 2016 Can-Am SpyderF3-T and its equipment, naturally this bike has a bunch of different of features – for example, this motorcycle has different suspension technology. The rear suspension has a flexible adjustment for riders, the manually air-adjustable chassis has more strength for improved handling on rough or uneven roads. We won’t do an apple-to-apple comparison, because the two bikes are not enough alike. However, taking more than just a sneak peak will broaden our view and eliminate our skepticism. Some people would still choose the Honda three-wheeled motorcycle rather than the F3-T for its simple front-end body construction. The reason is that the F3-T has a somewhat frontward nose that some riders may worry about when they are doing certain maneuvers.

Regardless of the comparison above – the Honda Neowing Three-Wheel Hybrid offers something unusual for the global auto world. As far as experts are concerned – a vehicle that has non-mainstream equipment, design, or specs – those traits will attract the public’s interest. Furthermore, the complete engineering configuration between an electric motor and 4-cylinders gas engine that Honda has – is an irresistible package that remains a golden opportunity to ride freely. [Source: Honda]

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2016 Kawasaki ZX10R Colors and Price

2016 Kawasaki ZX10R Colors and Price

2016 Kawasaki ZX10R Black Colors

Kawasaki will use the inspiration from WSBK for the 2016 Kawasaki ZX10R. This series will have a good lineup for the colors as well as the price. In a public statement – the spokesperson from the company confirmed its arrival in 2016. The exact date remains unknown – but this bike will definitely be released this year. According to the promotional photos that appeared print – this motorcycle has two colors, night black and green-black. There is no further information on which additional colors may be available when it is released. The great news is that October is the month that Kawasaki will release the bike for the first public performance for this special series. Statements from different sources convey that this motorcycle is very responsive to any daily riding conditions.

2016 Kawasaki ZX10R Black Colors

2016 Kawasaki ZX10R Black Colors

The team manager for the Kawasaki ZX10R edition told reporters that the motorcycle concept will be similar, but there are changes and details that make this bike even more competitive. However, this bike has rivals that may try to create competitive conditions in the same class, including Yamaha, Aprilia, and Ducati. Not to mention other brands that can make a Superbike as well. Exterior changes, will include the front airy shapes, along with the reinforcement of the suspension components, and the upgrade of premium grade braking system. The prestigious venue for the official debut appearance will be in Barcelona, Spain. It seems surprising that Kawasaki chose Spain as the location for unveiling this bike.

Until this news appears publicly, the technical engine specs for the 2016 Kawasaki ZX10R remain unclear. However, the technical specs are still unknown too, since the production is still running at this moment. With the huge success that Kawasaki experienced with its previous version – this bike will push the boundaries of a Superbike. Some rumors claim that this bike will have a TFT electronic display screen. However, that has not been confirmed by Kawasaki. [source: autoevolution]