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  • KTM 690 Duke by DSR
    KTM 690 Duke by DSR

    We had the privilege of sponsoring this KTM build of Darrel Schneider's from DS Restorations and it was recently featured on the blog Pipeburn; "For a car guy, he sure builds an amazing motorcycle; that was the consensus a few years back when Darrell Schneider from DS Restorations (DSR), an award winning car builder of many decades, turned his hand to custom bike building and truly knocked it out of the park with his DSR GP250R café racer. Three years later he’s back with another bike build and just like before the workmanship is first class and it’ll leave many debating once again how exactly do you categorise a DSR build. Starting with a 2013 KTM 690 Duke “The goal was to redesign the bike with a factory race bike theme without loosing the distinct KTM angular, edgy style. I want ...


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  • Six Days of Giveaways: The Winners Board
    Six Days of Giveaways: The Winners Board

    Thanks to everyone who participated and Congratulations to all winners! Saturday December 19th - Robert Beebe won a Speed and Strength® Tshirt Sunday December 20th - Nicolai Logan Moore won Rust and Redemption™ Leather Gloves Monday December 21st - Ben Sours won Rust and Redemption™ Armored Jeans Tuesday December 22nd - Brett Sanford won Black Nine™ Moto Shoes Wednesday December 23rd - Craig Richardson won We, The Fast™ SS1200 Helmet Thursday December 24th - Derek Dwyer won Off The Chain 2.0 Jacket HAPPY HOLIDAYS and Thanks for riding with Speed and Strength® ...


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  • SSB Light Speed™ Jacket Review
    SSB Light Speed™ Jacket Review

    Super StreetBike Magazine took the Speed and Strength® Light Speed™ jacket for a test run and had some good things to say; The Light Speed is a new type and style of jacket than we've typically seen from Speed and Strength. While called a textile jacket, it's actually something quite different. The material feels more like a looser fitting wet suit (don't worry it's not). The AR1000 material stretches quite nicely to fit the contour of your body. The advantage is a secure and snug fit that won't puff or bunch up while tucked at high speeds yet still retains all the comfort of a textile jacket. Also for those that prefer a more subtle look to their riding gear, the Lightspeed is near perfect. With just a single colored sleeve, there is minimal badging with only two small SS black-on-blac ...


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