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Volume 7, Issue 2

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12 GraceRiderMag.com July/August 2015 Welcome! It is truly an honor and very exciting to be back in the editor's saddle. It's been sometime since I picked up my pen to write one of these letters, although the thoughts have always been there. e 2015 riding season is in full force and in just a few weeks, we will be looking at the 2016 models. I cannot help but to think how far this industry has come in the last 15 years alone. I see it every time I burn rubber on my 2001 Fat-Boy that slowly turned into a Custom and finally into a Bagger. e last fieen years have brought the Retro style bikes back along with the Bagger addictions, the six gear tranny, the digital gauges, the heated seats, heated jackets and grips, the rear fat tires, the 40+ degree rakes to accommodate the also new oversize front tires, the standard 96 and 103 Harley-Davidson engines, the Victory Baggers, many new custom motorcycle builders and custom motorcycle parts, and - let's not forget - the return of the first American made motorcycle the Indian. In the year 2000, there were over 4.3 million motorcycles registered in our country. is number had more than doubled to over 9.4 million only twelve years later in 2012. Today, it is estimated we have surpassed the 10 million mark of motorcycles registered in the US. In Grace Rider Magazine and Digital eMag (online expanded digital edition), we will be bringing you news and updates from the motorcycle industry, motorcycle features with additional photos and videos embedded in the Digital eMag, tech articles, road trips and event articles, positive and inspiring stories from fellow riders and who knows? You may even see your ride in this Mag! In addition, this magazine differs from most others because it is clean, family friendly and, with your support, we are able to send copies to the incarcerated and to our troops serving overseas. So, if you're a Grace Rider Magazine subscriber, or a Wheels Of Grace Member, THANK YOU! If you're not, consider being a part of something great. Email us, call us, Facebook us, or log on to our website. Your feedback, photos and articles about your bikes, photos from your rides around the country and beyond, and - most importantly - your positive stories and testimonies that can impact another's life, are deeply appreciated! Send to Letters@GraceRiderMag.com. Burning Rubber again… Peter Kaye GraceRiderMag.com ON THE COVER Photo by: Gary May Owner: Linz Philips PUBLISHER / EDITOR: Peter Kaye ASSISTANT EDITOR: Stacy Kaye ASSOCIATE DIGITAL EDITOR: Rob Thompson GRAPHIC DESIGN: Elizabeth Kimball ADMINISTRATION: Stacy Kaye Tammy Marshall PHOTOGRAPHY & ILLUSTRATION: Steven Key Chris Boswel Gary May BC Bounders Anna Omelchenko EDITORIAL REVIEW: Dan Paulson Denver Cooley Stacy Kaye Victor Karydis Date of Pulication: July/August 2015 EAST COAST: PO Box 270239 Tampa FL 33618 WEST COAST : PO Box 892408 Temecula CA 92589 Tel: 951.777.0503 Fax: 813.830.7337 E: info@GraceRiderMag.com www.GraceRiderMag.com www.WheelsOfGrace.com For more information on how to receive Grace Rider Magazine log on to: www.GraceRiderMag.com or www.WheelsOf Grace.com We do not make our mailing list available to other companies Copyright 2002 – 2015 © | All Rights Reserved Printed in the USA The content in Grace Rider Magazine is intended to inform today's motorcycle enthusiast. Grace Rider Magazine welcomes your letters, comments, photos and articles and we handle them fairly. We cannot be responsible for unsolicited material. Please make sure to include your name and address with all submissions and if you would like material returned please include a SASE and send to Wheels of Grace PO Box 892408 Temecula CA 92589 or send email to: info@GraceRiderMag.com Mission Statement: Educate, entertain and promote the motorcycle enthusiast with a publication that is honest, clean, and worthy to be enjoyed by all, free from content that is offensive. We support Traditional American Values and believe that God is the foundation of our country and the freedom we have been blessed with. is same sacred freedom is what we experience and enjoy as we get into the wind when we ride. e d i t o r ' s L E T T E R EDITOR'S LETTER

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