I’m talking about rider “connectivity” which has become a topic of discussion and debate in certain circles.
Technology content, infotainment and virtual connectivity all seem to be the metrics by which a growing portion of the motorcycle community defines the performance or desirability of a motorcycle.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m a big fan of connectivity in motorcycles, but it’s not the kind that involves touchscreens, phones, Nav, satellite radio and cell towers. My definition of connectivity involves the seat of your pants, your hands on oversized handlebars and your feet on the pegs.
It’s the visceral connection, not the blue-tooth connected one! It’s the emotional and physical connection, the one that makes you want to ride it. How does the infotainment touchscreen with VOX interrupts provide that?
I’ll assume most Harley owners are as passionate about riding their motorcycles as I am. Yet, as I travel around it seems many of you are suffering from a “connection disorder” — an affliction that occurs when a rider can’t connect their multitude of electronic devices with their motorcycle!
I want to connect via my senses, not my phone. Direct steering feel, linear brakes, great lateral grip and the melodious exhaust soundtrack are what connect me when I’m riding. I want a motorcycle that puts me deep into the rider, motorcycle and road feedback loop. Not one that isolates me from it. Or distracts me from my riding senses.
How did this Harley-Davidson connection disorder come about?
It started with the launch of the Boom! Box Infotainment System and the affliction has grown exponentially. Back in the day, multitasking while riding was about downshifting smoothly while braking and throttling up for the next corner. Multitasking today is about loudly shouting to activate the intercom while navigating through menu tabs to deactivate your appointment alert.
Historically a mechanical aptitude and a passion for motorcycles was everything needed to enthusiastically explore the world of 2-wheel vehicle dynamics. In 2015, you’ll need some “tech genes” in your family tree or be prepared to visit a genius bar in the Harley-Davidson dealership.
I’m unsure why Harley-Davidson is so busy developing and marketing motorcycle connectivity technologies that don’t even involve being on the motorcycle, much less riding it. Can you spell “wearables”… It won’t be long before your watch connects to the infotainment system. Monitoring your heart rate as you cruise the two-lane blacktop is something all riders will want, right?
As I’ve traveled around this year I’ve witnessed riders affected with the disorder — not many at first, but enough to know I was witnessing a connection disorder trend that will only spread. I hope it’s not contagious!
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The Pacific Northwest…bounded on one side by the pacific ocean and the other side is the mountainous Rocky’s.
It’s perfect for finding a two-lane crowd-free by-way and rolling past acres of lush forest. Those acres can turn into meandering hours of riding the countryside on a motorcycle. In fact, the Pacific Northwest HOG rally will be hosted in the picture-esq Northwest (Portland) in a couple of weeks where we will deliver the aesthetic vision of why we ride!
Welcoming the 1000’s of riders to the adventure will be hot and dry weather. Not only will they encounter the best weather temps, but they will also have to deal with wildfires. Yes, the west could be described as being on fire!
Wildfires In Oregon and Washington State
The fires across the region have forced evacuation, burned down structures and created breathing issues for some. Twenty minutes outside the Portland metro area the air is thick with particulate and smoke permeates the sky for miles across the region. In Washington state over a 1000 people have been evacuated in Chelan county. The Warm Springs fire (Countyline 2 fire) in Oregon has exploded into the largest fire at 36K acres. U.S. 26 is closed at Oregon 126.
According to NatGeo, on average more than 100K wildfires clear 4-5 million acres each year in the U.S. In 2014, some 1.2 million acres burned in Oregon and Washington and sadly this year it’s looking like a repeat.
Wildfires In Canada, BC
In scanning the reports I got to thinking about the last time I’ve taken a motorcycle trip during the summer that wasn’t marred with a wildfire. Of course it depends on how many miles I’ve traveled, but in a typical week long ride during the summer I realized that it’s been a fair number of years where I didn’t pass near or through a burning wildfire during a ride. I’ve had multiple trips to Sturgis. Through Yellowstone Park, through Glacier National Park – both with fires on multiple trips. There was U.S. Route 550 or the “million dollar highway” that had a San Jan National Forest fire. There was Beartooth Highway (U.S. Hwy 212) and a lingering wildfire. I’ve taken a couple extended trips up north to British Columbia Canada and the land of lumberjacks was on fire both times. In most all cases we were not close enough to see flames, but dark smoke and particles filled the sky for many miles as we navigated across the country.
In Washington and Oregon there are now 31 major wildfires currently burning. See the map. In Canada BC, there are even more.
In addition to the economic woes that these fires cause it does makes one wonder whether motorcyclists should even consider traveling the west during the height of the summer fire season.
But, life is for living and I’m not talking about the thrill of a car ride snaking through the marquee Going-to-the-Sun-Road in Glacier. It’s about feeling small in a very big world and how that is a great thing on a motorcycle. So, I’ll continue to plan motorcycle trips to ride the west – wildfires and all! Sure some of my photos will be filled with smoke obscuring the mountain views but, just know that I’ll have a big smile underneath that slightly wetted down dew rag covering my face!
Photos courtesy of the Oregonian and NWCC.
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2015 Sturgis Rally Stats
Not a day goes by that we’re not confronted with or overwhelmed with statistics or key metrics and the 75th Sturgis Rally is no exception.
But, what’s the one item we didn’t see at Sturgis this year? Nada. Not one. Tickets issued for ape-hangers! Thank South Dakota ABATE.
Starting July 1st, there are no longer regulations about where to hang your hands! Ape-hangers are now legal in South Dakota and the $20 fine for riding with your hands too high was wiped off the books as governor Dennis Daugaard signed Senate Bill 85, effectively abolishing South Dakota law that prohibited such handlebars.
In previous years it was a petty offense in South Dakota if you rode a motorcycle on a public street or highway with the handlebar grips positioned at or above shoulder height. For law enforcement it was almost an automatic excuse to pull over a motorcyclist.
And then there were the daily public safety reports. The number of people in attendance, the number of vendor permits, the tons of garbage recycled, the number of arrests, the number of accidents, the number of DUI’s and the motorcycle deaths. An endless parade of daily stats. Some of it confusing as the stats didn’t match day-to-day in the media given the spaghetti architecture that makes up the western South Dakota tracking system.
Maybe the City of Sturgis can contract with Booz Allen who recently won the healthcare.gov contract to coordinate and manage the various agency’s reporting data. How about an infographic at the conclusion of the event so that we can all tweet and share on social media!
It turns out that in previous years, the State Police counted arrests and traffic crashes in and near Sturgis, as well as in the Rapid City Patrol district which is most of western South Dakota, beginning the Saturday before the Rally’s official start on Monday and going through early Sunday morning, on the final day.
That made for eight days of data.
However, this year because it was the 75th anniversary, the Patrol began counting on Tuesday, July 28. So the totals reported each day for DUI arrests and injury accidents didn’t compare exactly, with previous years’ reporting. They release a special comparative statistics for Saturday Aug. 1 through Saturday Aug. 8, – actually until 6 a.m. Sunday – to compare with previous years.
That means instead of 220 DUI arrests this year as previously reported, the eight-day total was 195 DUI arrests for the Rapid City district, which includes Sturgis and most of western South Dakota. Even the Puddle of Mudd singer (Wes Scantlin) was charged with DUI. City managers can now point to the report and state that stats were well below the 244 DUI arrests related to the Sturgis rally last year for the same eight days.
Felony drug arrests this year were at 80 during the eight days, compared with 90 for the same period in 2014. The 12-day total previously reported was 99 felony drug arrests this year, if counted from July 28. But who’s counting?
Sadly, the traffic fatalities remain well above last year independent of which metric (8 day vs. 12 day period) used. The total of 12 this year for the eight days; previously the Patrol had been reporting 13 fatalities connected to the Sturgis rally this year, counting from July 28.
Why? More people, more crashes seems to be the prevailing answer. That answer seems too simplistic and certainly doesn’t root cause how to have a fatality-free rally.
The Department of Transportation counted vehicles entering Sturgis, as it has been done since 1990. Final numbers weren’t available, but is projected to be in the 500,000 and 600,000 range. More than the previous two years, but not as many as the record year of 2000.
Harley-Davidson motorcycles dominate the rally, but was a lot of other breaking news this year. For example, the underwear world record attempt, failed. Given all these side shows being reported by the media, the opening of an Indian Dealer in Sturgis and lots of foreign motorcycles in attendance the Harley dominance might be reduced.
Photo courtesy of South Dakota State News | Infographic courtesy of Lancetdatasciences.com
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Bridge of the Gods
On a cool summer morning it all started on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway with the wind at our backs looking east.
I’m talking about Interstate 84 and the 378 miles which stretches from Portland, Oregon to the Idaho border. Senate Bill 461 took effect in January 2014 which required the use of private funds to be used in the purchase, installation and maintenance of the large brown signs which designates the route to honor all veterans who served and those who became casualties** during the Vietnam war.
There are approximately 20 signs installed to-date and our riding group passed a couple as we headed toward the base of the Blue Mountains to the Wild West city of Pendleton for the Pendleton Bike Week (PBW). We took the Cascade Locks exit and rode across the cantilever bridge that spans the Columbia River called the “Bridge of The Gods.”
There we picked up another rider in our group and headed east on highway 14. We stopped in Stevenson, WA at the Venus Café for a bit of breakfast then made our way winding along through the Columbia Gorge through the forest and up steep bluffs. We did a quick stop at the Maryhill winery, traveled past the largely dismantled aluminum smelter plant and then after a short stop in Umatilla we arrived in Pendleton.
This was the inaugural year of the PBW and based on my observations it looks to have sowed the seeds for the start of a recurring big event. Bikers flooded the convention center, took in vendor booths, relaxed with musical entertainment, cruised around town and spent money which was an economic boost for the city!
Hamley’s “Old West” Saloon
Some key highlights were:
Eric Folkestad, event partners and business leaders are likely making plans for 2016. I chatted briefly with Eric and he deserves a big shout out from the riding community in taking on the risk and pulling together this quality event. Motorcycle rallies are a huge gamble and you have to bring your “big girl panties” to the party because it’s not easy. Note: That is a biker saying and apologies if I offended anyone wearing panties! Granted he’s had practice being the co-owner of the Hells Canyon Rally and then selling his stake to his brother, but for any motorcycle event to be successful you need to bring large groups of riders together, offer up great entertainment, get biker vendors to support the event, cover the civic (OSP, police, 1st responders etc.) duties and hope that you don’t suffer financial ruin in the end.
Motorcycle Show Trophy’s
I’m happy to have participated in the “First PBW!” Congrats on a most successful rally Eric!
Lastly, I wish I could report that there were no accidents, but Mr. Jason Anteau, 43-years-old, sadly died Friday night in a motorcycle accident at the west end of Pendleton. Mr. Anteau worked for the Oregon Department of Transportation, was a Hermiston volunteer firefighter and was attending the rally.
Motorcycle Show Entry
The preliminary investigation revealed speed and distraction were not factors, nor were any of the drivers impaired. More information reported HERE. Obituary HERE. Rally’s can be a recipe for danger, but PBW is very small compared to other high profile events (i.e. Sturgis, Laughlin River Run etc.) where thousands of riders are packed into a congested area. It’s an unfortunate blemish this occurred during the rally and we’re reminded once again how important safety awareness is to the motorcycle community, and how precious life really is. My thoughts and prayers are with Mr. Anteau’s family and friends!
UPDATED: July 29, 2015 – added link to Mr. Anteau obituary. Also adding that Mr. Anteau was on the Oregon State HazMat Team and was the vice president of the East Desert Diamondbacks chapter of the Iron Order motorcycle club.
UPDATED: July 29, 2015 – The 2016 Pendleton Bike Week will take place from July 22 to July 26th. According to this report co-founder Eric Folkestad said the event met attendance and revenue goals and was able to break even. PBW brought in a total of 5,740 people over the five day event. The event peaked on Saturday, when 2,150 motorcycle enthusiasts arrived at the Pendleton Convention Center.
Photos taken by author.
**Approximately 57,000 Oregonians served “in country” during the Vietnam War with 719 killed in action. Another 5,000 were wounded in action. 39 remain missing in action after 40 years. Of the 333,000 veterans living in Oregon, approximately a third served during the Vietnam conflict. Interstate 205 (I-205) is also known as the War Veterans Memorial Highway and Highway 97 is known as the WWII Veterans Memorial Highway. Thirty-three other states have officially designated highways in honor of Vietnam vets.
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This is more than a simple saddle bag retaining clip that takes less than 10 minutes to replace.
Harley-Davidson is facing steep competition. Not only from less expensive motorcycles imported from Asia, but electric motorcycles from Zero, Brammo (now owned by Polaris) and also from core customers who look for a mainstream gasoline cruiser from Indian and Victory. Polaris will undoubtedly be first to market with a chrome-plated electric cruiser given the previous discussion by CEO Matt Levatich.
In addition, it’s not clear that Harley-Davidson is getting much of a sales bump from the decision to double-down on support of outlaw biker gangs as part of their marketing pitch. The hard-edge reference is NOT about the one-percent patches, rather licensing support of TV shows like Sons of Anarchy (SOA) and other Hollywood fluff. Trying to appeal to people who don’t have much adventure in their lives with a TV show prescribing on the road escapism… well it escapes me! Meanwhile they try so hard to alienate and re-write the Baby Boomer chapter!
But I’ve digressed.
Harley-Davidson reported slipping revenues for Q2 2015. U.S. market share is below 50% for the first time ever! The company is betting on its name recognition and motorcycle quality. They even choose to muster up some brash swagger and declined slashing prices as a subtle way of saying “our bikes are better!”
And on that quality topic, Harley recently issued a saddlebag recall – campaign number 15V-427. The motor company is the poster child for the “land of recalls” sans Chevy. So many, that owners find it difficult to recall when their bikes didn’t!
Snarky comments aside, all manufactures have issues, but Harley-Davidson is unique in acknowledging and using quality as a key differentiator and strategy for increasing sales. I’m not sure how well that will work for them.
Meanwhile the Dealers are replacing the 4 (2 on each side) saddle bag pin retaining clips free of charge. The motor company issued a recall stating that the saddlebag mounting receptacle, P/N 10900009 on some model year 2014 and 2015 Touring family vehicles (see drawing #1 above) may not adequately secure the saddlebag to the motorcycle during use. If this condition remains undetected, the saddlebag may become separated from the motorcycle while it is in motion, possibly creating a hazard for other motorists including your riding buddy’s in formation behind that “separated” bag.
If this happens there is a good chance you’ll be picking up a new “road rash” painted saddlebag and dirty laundry strewn across the roadway!
UPDATED: July 23, 2015 (1:40pm PDT) — the recall effects 185,000 motorcycles which covers certain 2014 and 2015 Road King, Street Glide, Electra Glide Ultra Classic, Ultra Limited, Police Road King, Police Electra Glide and CVO Ultra Limited bikes. Also affected are 2014 CVO Road King and the 2015 Electra Glide Ultra Classic Low, Ultra Limited Low, Road Glide, CVO Street Glide and CVO Road Glide Ultra motorcycles. No injuries or crashes have been reported due to the saddlebag issues and no information has been provided on the number of “separated” bags.
UPDATED: July 29, 2015 — Polaris introduces its 2016 line up which includes the Victory Empulse TT ($19,999), an electric model which rolls out way ahead of H-D’s LiveWire. It’s based on the Brammo Empulse R motorcycle produced by the electric motorcycle division of Brammo Inc., which was acquired by Polaris earlier this year.
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I’ll get right to the point. Motorcycle sales down. Revenues down. Earnings down. Currency issues. Tough competition.
The company’s Q2 earnings were hard to sugar coat for Matt Levatich, President and CEO. But he sure tried.
“Our actions during the quarter have had a positive impact. We are encouraged by the momentum at retail as the quarter progressed, both in the U.S. and internationally.” “We are confident in the strength of our business and the strategies we have in place to maintain our industry leadership and grow our business over the long term,” said Levatich. “Our singular focus on the customer through unrivaled products, unique experiences and our expanding dealer network is the bedrock we are building on to continue to grow our reach and impact with customers across the globe.”
Dealers worldwide sold 88,931 new motorcycles in Q2 2015 compared to 90,218 motorcycles in the year-ago quarter. In the U.S., dealers sold 57,790 new motorcycles in the quarter compared to sales of 58,225 motorcycles in the year-ago period. In international markets, dealers sold 31,141 new motorcycles during the quarter compared to 31,993 motorcycles in the year-ago period, with sales up 16.6 percent in the Asia Pacific region and down 8.9 percent in the EMEA region, 2.6 percent in the Latin America region and 9.9 percent in Canada.
Second-quarter revenue from motorcycles decreased 11.6 percent to $1.31 billion compared to revenue of $1.48 billion in the year-ago period. Following the company’s decision in April to lower motorcycle shipments, the motor company shipped 85,172 motorcycles to dealers and distributors worldwide during the quarter compared to shipments of 92,217 motorcycles in the year-ago period.
Revenue from motorcycle parts and accessories was $256.8 million during the quarter, down 5.4 percent, and revenue from general merchandise, which includes MotorClothes apparel and accessories, was $77.5 million, up 1.5 percent compared to the year-ago period.
As the new CEO, this is Mr. Levatich’s first solo “ride” on an earnings report after Keith Wandell retired. You have to give the company cred for its integrity of not over producing its motorcycles, but employees and shareholders can’t be happy with these sales.
Full disclosure: I have no positions in HOG stocks and no plans to initiate any position within the next 72 hours. I wrote this article from publically accessible information and expresses my own opinion. I am not receiving compensation for it and have no business relationship with the company. I currently own a Harley-Davidson Road Glide.
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Nothing says ‘freedom’ like loading up your motorcycle with the minimum essentials and hitting the open road to explore.
The U.S. has over 4M miles of public highways. But, which is the best road? Where are the roads less-traveled? Whether you’re looking for a ride on a twisty or a relaxed cruise on a scenic back country byway you’ll likely want a map.
Have you ever traveled Oregon 238? It’s described as a ‘backway’ between Grants Pass and Medford and an exceptional alternative to traveling I-5.
Later this week is the Hells Canyon Rally in Baker City, Oregon. I wonder how many riders will venture off I-84 onto the “Journey Through Time Scenic Byway” at Biggs? It’s an endless set of curvy roads with incredible scenery and plenty of space to get lost…mentally!
This isn’t a post about planning out a trip to the Nth detail. Getting on the motorcycle with the wind in your face and traveling to no place in particular has a lot of merit. But you’ll likely need a map and I’m interested in the science of paper vs. screens.
Yeah, I know many of you out there pinch, swipe and prod an electronic device to determine a route. I’m a bit “old skool” and think paper maps have a unique advantage that the more popular e-technologies miss. In most cases, paper has more topography than an onscreen electronic reader.
An open paper map presents the motorcyclist with two clearly defined domains—the left and right pages—and a total of four corners with which to orient oneself. The rider can focus on a section of a paper map without losing sight of the whole region: one can see where the route begins and ends and where one section is in relation to those borders.
A paper map is like leaving a footprint after another person on the trail—there’s a rhythm to it and a visible record of how far I’ve traveled. It makes it easier (for me) to form a coherent mental map of the geography. In contrast, most screens, and smartphones interfere with intuitive navigation of a location and inhibit people from mapping the journey in their minds.
Beyond the obvious disadvantage of needing internet to access internet-based maps, a digital map might have you scrolling through a seamless number of pages, tap up or swipe over to a page at a time and it is difficult to see any one area in the context of the overall route—the screen only displays a single virtual page: it is there and then it is gone. I think the implicit feel of where you are on a physical map turns out to be more important than we realized.
But, maybe you’re the type of rider who rolls past the trees, rocks and moss in flashes with no trace of what came before and no way to see what lies ahead. That’s fine.
If you’re the type of person who takes a more deliberate approach to your riding adventures then you’ll be interested to know that Oregon recently updated the official state map. The last time it was updated was Summer of 2013. The new map has shaded relief for terrain and new colors designating BLM owned land. It also contains updated inserts of major cities as well as updates to state highways. You can down load or order a map HERE.
Photo courtesy of ODOT’s Geographic Information Services.
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