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November 2011 Vol. 10 Issue 11

JAMISON’S BAR BENEFIT BIKE WEEK AT THE SHORE FEATURE BIKES: KEYSTONE SPORTS BIKE GREEN SKULL BIKE JACD

BABE OF THE MONTH TECH TIPS NJ EVENT CALENDAR

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Letter from the Publisher

t he leaves are tuning colors that says FALL

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has arrived in New Jersey . The last weeks of summer were no bargain weather wise. The rain seemed to arrive early in the weekend and stay till Tuesday take day or so off then rain some more. So far Mother Nature has given us some decent riding weather to start the FALL season out with lets hope it continues. It would be nice to have a mild fall and extend the riding season a few more Months.But as I put the finishing touches on the magazine there is sixteen inches of snow on the grounding in some parts of Northern Jersey . So I guess I spoke to soon . It wont be long before the indoor shows start rolling in to the area . Were gonna be making some changes this winter with FASTLANEBIKER like we do every winter. Were working on some new Ideas to make the magazine bigger then ever. More content changes,web site changes, new advertisers , larger distribution and just more of everything you expect from FASTLANEBIKER.

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2FAT, “lutz,” Paul Babore, Mark Vetrini, Jim Roselli CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

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So till next time,

Fastlane biker is published monthly and reproduction of content is not permitted without the express written approval of Mark Ruzicka. Publisher assumes no financial responsibility for errors in ads beyond the cost of space occupied by error, a correction will be printed. Publisher is not liable for any slander of an individual, or group as we mean no malice or individual criticism at any time, nor are we responsible for the opinions or comments of our columnists, and promises, coupons, or lack of fulfillment from advertisers who are solely responsible for content of their ads. Publisher is also to be held harmless; from failure to produce any issue as scheduled due to reasons beyond control; all suits, claims, or loss of expenses; this includes, but is not limited to, suits for libel, plagiarism, copyright infringement and unauthorized use of a persons name or photograph. Publisher does not promote excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages.

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• Number 5 •

JUST BECAUSE YOU CAN BE NAKED DOESNTMEAN YOU SHOULD BE NAKED. I do a lot of clothing optional adult rallies and as a general rule if your stomach exceeds your chest please remain clothed and all men need to be clothed.

• TOP TEN LIST •

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THIS IS STRIP CLUB CHOPPERS IT IS NOT A STRIP CLUB.

I have been on the road for over a decade now and I thought Please dont come to the booth and expect a lap dance or I would share with you some of my observations and insight. naked women do you have any idea the legal nightmare that Please do not take these personally and dont get offended these are just the rantings of a mad man. I thought it would be neat to would be. put them in a TOP TEN list ala Letterman.

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STAY OFF MY BIKES!

Just because it has a pole on it doesnt mean you should climb on it. I was raise to never touch someones bike without It is not financially sound to drive halfway across the country permission and I still follow that credo for once please follow my example. at 6mpg to set up at a small rally to lose money

I WOULD LOVE TO COME TO YOUR EVENT AND THIS IS HOW MUCH I CHARGE $$$ .

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I DON’T MAKE KIDS CLOTHES!

PHOTOGRAPHERS PLEASE DO NOT TRY TO SELL ME A PHOTO SHOOT.

And I never will, I’m just not comfortable going down that My scooters have appeared in numerous mags and tv shows road and I have enough stuff I have and I never turn down free publicity but dont try to sell me a shoot. to answer for already.

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PLEASE DON’T WALK INTO MY BOOTH AND ASK WHAT I HAVE FOR FREE!

LADIES, I DON’T GIVE FREE SHIRTS IF YOU SHOW ME YOUR TITS. As much pleasure as I find in your offer I have seen a lot of them and its not a good business plan.

I give free stuff to people who make a purchase and i send stuff to Iraq and Afghanistan and donate to legit charities. But when I pull up at DON’T ASK FOR A DISCOUNT ON A T-SHIRT. We dont sell 5 for 20 t-shirts and never will I give my repeat the truck stop for diesel fuel, it aint customers and the rare person who doesnt annoy me a discount. free.

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As I indicated earlier these were just for fun and 99 % of the people are great. This list is for the rest.

PLEASE DON’T ASK ME TO MAKE OTHER PEOPLE T-SHIRT DESIGNS. I have worked very hard to create a brand identity and would not ever use someones designs and I hunt down those who steal mine (see next months article).

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Greetings everyone welcome back to “The Chef’s Lane”, where you’ll find the very best in Biker food and the Sweet side for Bikers by Bikers. Happy Thanksgiving! Oh! This has to be the best Holiday of the year with all the wonderful meals that are prepared and all the awesome Desserts too. We hope you’ll enjoy these recipes and have a very happy Thanksgiving! Hey! Get in on the fun E-mail your recipes to: fatboy@cheffatboy.com and if you like more Biker recipes, please check out Chef FatBoy’s website at: www.chef-fatboy.com you’ll be glad you did and so well we!! Remember, Ride safe and Always EAT WELL!

Chef FatBoy, Melody and Family

Thanksgiving Yams By MISTY1549 2 (29 ounce) cans sweet potatoes 2 tablespoons butter 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1/2 (16 ounce) package gingersnap cookies 1 (16 ounce) package miniature marshmallow Directions: In a medium saucepan over medium heat, mix the sweet potatoes, butter and lemon juice. Break the gingersnap cookies into the mixture. Stirring occasionally, cook until thick, about 15 minutes. Cover the mixture with desired quantity of marshmallows. Remove from heat and cover 5 minutes, or until marshmallows have melted. Serve warm.

Green Beans with Blue Cheese By: Kate, Pa. 1 pound fresh green beans, cut into 2 inch pieces 1/4 cup bacon drippings 3 ounces crumbled blue cheese 1/2 cup chopped walnuts, toasted Salt and pepper to taste Directions: Place green beans in a saucepan with one inch of water in the bottom. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat, and cook for 5 minutes, or until tender-crisp. Remove from heat, drain, and set aside. Heat the bacon drippings in a large skillet over medium heat. Add green beans, and toss to coat. Sauté until the beans are heated through. Sprinkle with nuts and crumbled blue cheese. Season with salt and pepper to taste.

Goblin’s Delight Cake By Melody Cassone: 1 (18.25 ounce) package chocolate cake mix 1 (3.9 ounce) package instant chocolate pudding mix 1/4 cup vegetable oil 1 1/2 cups milk 4 eggs 2 cups confectioners’ sugar 1/2 cup milk 1/2 cup shortening 1/2 cup butter 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour Directions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease and flour a 10x15 inch pan. Line a second 10x15 inch pan with parchment paper. In a large bowl, combine cake mix, pudding mix, 1/4 cup oil, 1 1/2 cup milk and 4 eggs. Beat 4 minutes on high speed. Divide batter into the two 10x15 inch pans. Bake in preheated oven for 12 to 15 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into cake comes out clean. Allow to cool. To make the filling: In a large bowl, combine 2 cups confectioners’ sugar, 1/2 cup milk, shortening, butter, vanilla and flour. Beat on high speed for 5 minutes, or until it achieves the consistency of whipped cream. Spread filling over the layer in the greased pan. Loosen the sides of the other layer by running a knife around the edge between the cake and the pan. Flip the cake onto the frosted layer. Remove the pan and parchment paper from the top layer and serve.

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JAMISONS BAR

BIKE NIGHT/POKER RUN BENEFIT Story Ridin’ and Pics by Lutz

July 9th, 2011• Pemberton NJ

A growing trend around now is to have a bike night at

your local restaurant / bar. As most of you will agree that motorcyclists like to have a good time and spend money while doing so. Be choosey on where you go as one minute your accepted on your bike and then the next your not! I gotta give it to the owners, Dan and Stacy @ the Jamisons in Pemberton NJ, they ALWAYS welcome ALL bikers. Such is the case of when they where asked if they could combine their bike night with a benefit to aid a local child named Markus with medical issues. There was no second guessing that answer. Grilled chicken, burgers, hot dogs, and cold “liquid refreshment” on tap was in order! Live music was provided both day and night thanks to Mac and Denise and the Berends Bros. Band who fu@#kin rocked! If the scoot was dirty (and even for some who’s bike wasn’t) the had some lovely bikini clad ladies sudsing down your ride. With the parking lot full of bikes, it was definitely a good bike night and with over a 1000 bucks raised to help Marcus. I would say the benefit was quite successful too!

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SEASIDE HEIGHTS BIKE WEEK AT THE SHORE!

Pics by Lutz

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1946 Knuckle head Harley-Davidson Color - House of Clor Candy Blue Assembly - JACD Build Time - 8 Months Chroming - Atlantic Coast Plating Ignition - Morris Magneto Displacement - 74 inch Carb - S & S Air Cleaner - Goodson Pipes - JACD Painter - NUBS Brakes - Brembo Seat and Grips - Duane Ballard Oil Tank - AMF

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ASK THE ATTORNEY BY: LEE D. GABER, ESQUIRE 1-888-CYCLE-LAW . LeeGaber@cycleattorney.com This month’s column actually deals with some GOOD news on the insurance front for a change. Normally when I comment on insurance issues the news is generally bad. However, I recently learned that the Erie Insurance Company has requested that they be allowed to offer motorcycle coverage that is capable of being stacked onto Erie automobile coverage. Although the change has not yet taken place, the fact that Erie is requesting it, is a positive sign and signals to me that Erie is likely to start competing for motorcycle insurance business. That usually means lower premiums due to increased competition.

The only similar language I have seen, has been found in Union sponsored health insurance plans in New Jersey, wherein many of them have restricted the coverage they provide if the injuries occur while operating a motorcycle. I will keep all of you informed when and if I find out more information about this topic. In the meantime, just to be safe, you may want to review your own health policy contract to find out if this language is in your policy, because it could have a devastating effect if you are ever involved in an accident without a helmet.

On a final, note, if any of you are currently To the best of my knowledge, the only renting a home or an apartment, it is imperative company that currently allows you to stack that you purchase renters insurance. This your motorcycle policy onto your auto policy is insurance will cover your personal possessions State Farm. However, that assumes that you if they are stolen, damaged or destroyed, be have purchased the “stacking” option on both it by flood, fire or theft. It also protects you polices. I assume the same would also hold against liability in the event someone is injured true for Erie. This should be welcome news to while visiting your home. Many people are anyone who currently has Erie Insurance and under the misconception that if you are renting, wants to insure their motorcycle with Erie. the owner of the property will have insurance that will covers your personal effects. This is On another note, I recently received a call from absolutely not true. In order to be personally a client advising that his private health plan in PA protected, you must purchase this coverage. has an exclusion written into the policy allowing It is normally very reasonable and can be a the insurance company to deny coverage if he life saver if you ever experience a loss as is involved in a motorcycle accident and is not described above. wearing a helmet”. Although, I haven’t seen the language, I have no reason to disbelieve that the language is in the plan. Whether this exclusion I hope you find this information informative would hold up if it was challenged legally, I and if you would like additional information don’t know. This is the first time I have heard of on this topic, or any other, I can always be any type of helmet exclusion, but if challenged reached at LeeGaber@cycleattorney.com or and upheld, it may become standard language 1-888-CYCLE-LAW (1-888-292-5352). in many health policies. This is clearly the exception to the rule right now, however I fear Sincerely, LEE D. GABER, Esquire that as insurance companies are becoming increasingly restrictive, this language could The one and only “Cycle Attorney” find its way into more health insurance policies.

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FINALLY...PART 2

PAN ELECTRIC START

drive housing. It looks harder than it is. Set the inner in place, slide the clutch hub on, and make some markes with a marker. start out here little by little, not to cut away to much where there is a gaping hole when you are done. Take your time, you only need enough to clear the housing, and a little so nothing rattles going down the road. Also, make sure you have room all the way around the ring gear, so it does not hit the inner primary. Different inners will require more to be cut out for the ring gear than others, so you are on your own there. Then, if all is well on the inner, put the whole primary back together and nail it .still have some cutting to do on the outer cover. same as the inner, cut just what you need to clear the housing. of course, clean up all the edges so it looks finished. Don`t forget to adjust the clutch before closing the primary side. If it`s done on the other side of the starter, that’s where the supplied starter support and start button assembly goes. You have to make a spacer to go between the bracket and the trans, it doesn`t come with it due to different transmissions. The kit comes with the wiring and starter relay, which I tucked on top of the battery in the oil tan which came with the kit. The whole thing is a lot of work, that I`ll say, but it sure is worth it. Having a kicker and a magic button in the same ride is a good thing. Especially, if you gotta get outa dodge real fast, and the old pan aint startin’ on the first or second kick any more. Thats the name of that tune for now. I’ll have some other real stupid things to show ya, the results of poor maintanence, and just being dumb, in the next few articles. So, I guess, I`ll see you in church (like thats gonna happen), you know what I mean. I`m done for today. Getting colder than a well diggers butt outside......welcome to winter in New Jersey!!!

Well, it has been a while since the first part of this article, sorry about that, I’ve been busy goofing off and taking care of a few things. So, let me remember where I left off. I do believe it was getting the starter mounted to the trans plate, and the shimming that was involved. In the pictures showed here, you can see the starter installed on the bracket on the trans plate. Once the assembly is installed to the trans plate, you have to set the starter drive gear to ring gear engagement to the specs provided, as to not tear up either gear by being to close together, or to far apart, which will tear up a bunch of stuff real fast. You have to move the starter up or down in the slots to get the correct distance from the ring gear, and possibly use the shims provided between the starter bracket and the trans bracket to get the correct gear depth. It will take you a couple of times to get what you want, but it will save the cost on some expensive parts. Then there is a top bracket that has to be shimmed, bolts to the two top screws on the ratchet top, which we drilled and heli-coiled in the first part. The bolt holes on the top bracket were not slotted, which means if and when you ever have to adjust the belt tension,(you should not have to for quite some time), you would have to take everything apart and re-shim it. So, I slotted the holes, and it is a quick adjustment with out taking it all apart, by loosening the bolts and sliding it back. You have to understand that the starter does not move with the trans, so any movement of the trans after this is all installed, changes the drive gear and ring gear depth and will screw up both gears. This is why you set up the included belt drive and clutch set up before all the rest. So, after you have had the starter and brackets in and out a hundred times, and things are looking good, you can take the belt drive back off!!! If you are going to have a closed primary, you need to notch the inner and outer tins to clear the starter

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A LOOK BACK IN TIME...

WITH ‘PULSATING PAULA’

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Slipstream Collection Mirrors

6% polyester, 6% spandex, 8% fabric with poly-fleece. 100% poly-mesh lining. Features Gerbing’s Microwire™® 5-panel heating system. Standup collar. Zipper front. Bungee cord and toggle hem. Extended cuffs with thumbholes that cover the hand to block air from blowing up the sleeve. Two hand-warmer pockets. Embroidered graphics on left chest. For best results, heated liner should be worn over a base layer and then under a jacket. Connects to the bike 12V electrical system or a 12V lithium rechargeable battery. Battery pack (98247-12V) sold separately. Includes lighted power switch for regulating temperature when powering from bike.

Road Tech™ Zümo 665 GPS Navigator with XM® Leave the maps behind and let the zūmo 665 be your guide. This motorcycle-friendly navigator is more than just a GPS unit it offers options such as continuously updated satellite weather and traffic information. And with stereo Bluetooth® and XM® Satellite Radio, you can rock out while you ride on. No matter where you’re going, the zūmo 665 can lead the way. Complete kit includes: zūmo 665 GPS, Preloaded City Navigator NT for North America, mounting cradle with integrated power cable, XM® antenna, carrying case, dust cover for motorcycle mount, battery pack, charger, automotive suction cup mount and power cable, USB cable, and owner’s manual.

Slipstream Collection Passenger Footboard Insert Kit - Swept Wing Shape Go with the flow. The rich mirror-finish chrome surfaces and contrasting thick black pads set the tone for the complete Slipstream Collection. The design features stylish aero-inspired spears deeply embedded in the surface, and square-shouldered rubber pads for contemporary looks and added traction. Styled to complement both blackedout and chrome covered bikes, this collection looks right at home on almost any ride. These footboard inserts retain the cast-in vibration isolation found on Original Equipment footboards, and the thick rubber pads provide traction and protect the brilliant chrome surround. Kit includes right and left insert. H I G H ROA D S HARLEY-DAVIDSON/BUELL 211 Woodbridge Avenue Highland Park, NJ 732-985-7546 www.highroadshd.com

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