Loudon, NH — Steven Tyler, in collaboration with Mark Dirico and AC Custom Motorcycles, today launched Red Wing Motorcycle Company. Red Wing Motorcycles are the fusion of rock and roll artistry and superior engineering. Imbued with Tyler’s sense of style, each motorcycle is as comfortable to ride as it is sexy.
Tyler’s artistic vision drove the outrageous design of the custom motorcycles, each hand crafted and hand signed by the legendary rock star.
“You get on one of these bikes and you can ride for days,” Tyler said. “These bikes are sick, rugged, and just damn cool. And they’re amazing to look at.”
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Thompson, CT — Championship titles for all six of the NASCAR Whelen All American Series divisions at the Thompson International Speedway will be decided on Thursday, September 20th. The season-long challenge of earning valuable NASCAR and track points has come down to one last chance when the racers gather at the historic speedway for the final points race of the 2007 racing season.
The popular Thursday night race programs have been filled with thrills and spills and the 2007 season will be long-remembered as one of the most competitive in recent memory. The points battles for the championship of each of the “super six” divisions will go down to the final lap of each race this Thursday. As a result of the incredible competition during the September 13th race program, the points battles got even tighter in each division.
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Naples, ME — The upcoming PASS 400 weekend at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway (ME) will be the third installment of the event. In just a short amount of time, the race has already developed an identity of its own and a reputation as one of the fall short track events in New England not to be missed. From the Thursday night entry-level racing showdowns to the Sunday afternoon 300-lapper for the PASS North Super Late Models (the PASS 400 weekend also features a 100-lap feature for the PASS Outlaw Late Models]), there will be non-stop action throughout the weekend of September 22nd-24th.
“We’re entering our third year of the race and it’s building into a fall racing tradition,” said PASS President Tom Mayberry. “The whole weekend is turning into a major event. In the Wildcat/Strictly race, and the PASS Sportsmen race, we expect to see cars from all of the tracks around. The Thursday night 50 lappers [for several entry-level classes of racecars] are attracting a lot of interest and the Super Late Model show will be big. We expect to have around 40 entries with some of the best drivers in New England trying to win the race.”
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