February Readers' Rides

**Nate Loomis
29 Palms, CA
'09 Star Warrior
** Recently returned from Afghanistan, Nate Loomis found he had nearly eight months worth of mods to complete on his 2009 Star Warrior. Looks like he got it done, no sweat; the finished product is pretty impressive. He has added a Vance and Hines Pro-Pipe, Cobra Fi2000R digital fuel processor, Corbin Seat, Star billet mirrors, grips, pegs, shift linkage, a Star Accessories windshield and a Speedstar intake. He says that now his Warrior is a joy to ride, and he's looking forward to showing it off to his buddies in the unit.

**Steven Maty
Cleveland, Ohio
'06 Honda VTX 1300C
** Nothing feels better than doing the job yourself, and that's why Steven Maty is thrilled with his 2006 Honda VTX1300C. He added Patrol style hardbags from Tsukayu, an Undertaker rear fender from Xtreme Revolution, plate cover from Klock Werks, Wide Glide sissy bar from Harley, an '08 Harley Road Glide inner and outer fairing, rear markers from Custom Dynamics, 300w stereo, and two 6.5 inch power series speakers from Rockford Fosgate, and Shotgun Shorty pipes from Cobra. He did all the fabrication and installation (except for the paint). We bet you can hear him coming.

**Brian W. Smith
Bath, PA
'09 Triumph America
** When he bought this Triumph America in 2010 as a leftover model, Brian Smith says it was partly because of the sharp Aegean Blue color. Smith did add a set of engine guards, a smoke-colored plastic license plate holder, a Triumph Cruiser Shield, Triumph saddle bags and a Willie & Max tool pouch with an American eagle on it. Smith says the best part is his bike looks different from any other motorcycle, adding; "It sort of represents the Triumph saying, 'Go Your Own Way.'

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