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DicE Issue 72

Issue 72 is now available and it is full to the brim with everything your heart desires.
The cover for this issue was beautifully photographed by Michael Schmidt.
This issue and every issue that follows, is in loving memory of Matt Davis, 1960-2017.
RIDE FREE!

Photo: Larry Niehues

Photo: Larry Niehues

Photo: Rob Lunetta

Photo: Rob Lunetta

Photo: Larry Niehues

Photo: Larry Niehues

Photo: Edu Mendes

Photo: Edu Mendes

Photo: Troy Critchlow

Photo: Troy Critchlow

Photo: Guy Bolton

Photo: Guy Bolton

Photo: Matthew J. Aims

Photo: Matthew J. Aims

Photo: Michael Schmidt

Photo: Michael Schmidt

Photo: Davey Collection

Photo: Davey Collection

Photo: Troy Critchlow

Photo: Troy Critchlow

Photo: Larry Niehues

Photo: Larry Niehues

Photo: Oli Agnon

Photo: Oli Agnon

Larry Niehues

Larry Niehues

Photo: Mikey Revolt

Photo: Mikey Revolt

Photo: Troy Critchlow

Photo: Troy Critchlow

Photo: Remi Desclaux

Photo: Remi Desclaux

Photo: Michael Schmidt

Photo: Michael Schmidt

Photo: Larry Niehues

Photo: Larry Niehues

Photo: Cassandra Barragan

Photo: Cassandra Barragan

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HIGHLAND PARK BOWL

The Highland Park Bowl opened its doors in 1927. Over the years it fell into disrepair and eventually became Mister Tees. A good music venue where all sorts of bands have played, some famous some not so but you always knew you were going to see and hear something interesting. The lanes were curtained off, a false ceiling was put in and the place had a run down sweaty type of appeal. When that closed down Bobby moved in to save the building from demolition and spent the best part of 2 years restoring it to its former glory with bars, bowling and food. And what a fantastic job he and his team have done. If are ever in LA I really recommend checking this place out. More info here http://highlandparkbowl.com/

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Freedom Machines Film - Tim Caraco.

Mr Pirsig was right, to paraphrase the Zen master: Traveling in a car your always in a box, everything you see looking through that window is just mobile TV, your a passive observer, the world moves by at arms length, framed and separated from you, monotonous and boring. On a bike the frame is gone, your in contact with it all, your in the scene, no longer merely observing in isolation, the sense of presence and immediacy is all pervading. The wind blows through your hair, it roars like the ocean in your ears, you smell and taste the moment, the now. The sun warms your skin and fire's the soul, It's the closest to being fully alive before you hit the edge. Alone with your thought's you are FREE, you mightn't be certain of your destination, no matter, sometimes it's better to travel than simply arrive, the journey is sacred. The visceral experience of motion, connection to surrounds and the stoke of uncharted adventure are key. Finding the spaces where Freedom truly begins! Buy the Freedom Machines Hardcover book here>>>http://goo.gl/7K7HWl Film by Tim Caraco Narration by Dog Williams

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For Sale: 1947 HD Knucklehead.

1947 Knucklehead, runs and rides great, California titled & ready to ride!

Engine: 1947 OEM NOS factory replacement matching cases with correct 1947 numbers, 80" ULH Flathead flywheels, rods & NOS HD pistons. Stroker plates added under the barrels to raise them for the longer stroke, just like they did back in the day, making it a 'Texas Stroker '. Rebuilt Linkert M74B with rubber ducky float. Everything rebuilt around 800 miles ago, everything is still nice and tight and it has great compression.

Frame: 1941-'46 OEM Frame. Mint, never been repaired, never been modified or cut.

Trans: OEM 4 Speed with NOS gears and ratchet top. Rebuilt around 800 miles ago.

Clutch: Hand clutch with Panhead mouse trap. Has new primary chain and rear chain.

Forks: Old chrome 1934 VL springer with bearing conversion to keep it stock and run in big twin frame. Flanders risers and bars.

Wheels: Rebuilt star hubs, 16 inch rear, 18 inch front with rebuilt Springer brake.

Paint: Denis Babin

Bike just received a fresh tune up and all necessary adjustments by the master, Kiyo's Garage. Also has brand new battery, tires & wiring.

$38,500.00 - (Possible trade for Knucklehead project plus cash OR Panhead plus cash).

Email: dean@dicemagazine.com

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