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Long time member @amylulu1 needs our collective help. She's battling Bladder Cancer and is facing some serious financial burdens.

Amy has always been here for us, looking up build specs and paint codes, getting parts quotes and ordering what we need. She bends over backwards for us so, I'm asking you if she's helped you out in the past, seriously consider returning the favor.


We have you in our thoughts and prayers Amy!!!
10 years down.

I'm sitting here and thinking about what that means to me and Big Dog Biker. That's a long time, and Big Dog Biker really started in 2006 with Hot Rod Biker. The BDOG was in a death spiral do to the owner letting it die a slow death. @Raywood was helping me with Hot Rod Biker and invited the masses over, and HRB quickly became the BDM gathering spot.

I remember polling the BDM owners about a spin off sister site and the response was an overwhelming YES! It took a few months to get everything sorted out and up and running... then it became official! Big Dog Biker went live and the rest is history.

We all have helped countless Big Dog owners repair their own bikes. Truth be told, we've helped a number of professional mechanics repair Big Dogs!

We've got a great membership going on here. We've had big gatherings all around the world, since we are a true international community.We've had huge group rides, my most memorable was our Big Dog Biker group ride in Sturgis in 2010 that @Dakotabos put together. And we have the rides that @mastiffdave puts together at the BBBBQ rally in Arkansas. Now we have our 10 year party that @Biker Babe and @Mr. Wright are organizing, which should be a blast.

We've gone through different hosting companies, different forum software, different looks. The staff has received threats of physical violence up to, and including, death threats. I've had the Secret Service show up to my home and faced a federal subpoena due to a stupid political post (hence the no politics rule). We've watch a few former members self destruct right in front of us. Crazy stuff has happened here.

Despite a few negative periods in our history, I wouldn't change a thing. We just have amazing members that bring so much to the Big Dog Biker community and all of you make Big Dog Biker a real, no-shit, community.

People like to thank me but all I've done is create a...
Getting ready to do a requested group buy for the Elctronik EHC by Axel.
First though I would like to get an idea of just how many are "Ready To Buy".
Not thinking about it, not sometime this year but NOW.
I have to know so that I can get an appropriate inventory.

For those with 05-08, carb or EFI, the standard EHC is all you need.
For those with 09 and later that have the reversed D-sub shells you will need to send you old EHC to us so that we can swap out the sub shells for you. There is no charge for this service.

We will sell the 04 EHC also but only in the state that we receive them from Electronik.
When we receive the 04s from Electronik they are raw wiring with no terminations.
You will have to terminate them yourself.

So if your ready to buy then please respond to this poll.
Otherwise please do not respond.

I will run the buy for the month of April only.
After April they will be $550 with free shipping.
If you respond to the poll I will be contacting you for payment.

$467 with free shipping in the continental U.S.
Yesterday was the first day of our 3,000+ mile trip from home in Pittsburg, KS, through the Southwest and winding up in Pahrump, NV, which is near Front Sight, where Blacktopper and I have been to some Defensive Handgun Training sessions.
Blacktopper and I finally linked up with Eric (Th3Infamous1) this evening in Big Spring TX. We'll all take off for El Paso and Las Cruces tomorrow, and meet my cousin Curtis in Tucson on Sunday. He will ride in on a last bike trip before he sells his home in San Mateo and moves to Hawaii. Obviously he has made better career decisions than yours truly.
We left Kansas a bit early to dodge the rain, and managed to find the Texas wind.
I swear the cops could have issued speeding citations to the tumbleweeds. Headwinds all day...really beat us up for almost 400 miles, and felt like we had ridden twice that. The speedo on my Bagger has 60 mph at top dead center, and I spent a good deal of the day in a situation where the needle was perpendicular to the bike, but it read 62 or 63 while riding down a straight road.....But not a drop of rain....Eric worked today, day and rode the 300 miles from Dallas, so he got in some after dark, showing off his new Daymaker headlight. Damn thing could sunburn you.
We'll shoot for El Paso and on to Las Cruces, NM, tomorrow and then it's a short putt into Tucson Sunday. From there the plan is to sightsee in AZ for a day or two, then up to the Grand Canyon, then on up to Death Valley. Lots of cool stuff to see in between--like Sedona, Jerome, Zion, Bryce. Whatever time will allow.
Pictures will start tomorrow.
The holidays are over and now the countdown begins Ill be on the road to daytona in 64 days:whoop::old2: