New Harley Davidson Boots For April 2011

New Styles from the Womens Street Wear Line, Womens Enthusiast line, Mens Enthusiast line, and the Mens Street Wear line from Harley Davidson. You can pre-order them until April when these new selections launch to the dealers worldwide.
The Street Wear series boots are mostly after-riding boots with the main goal of walking comfort. The Enthusiast line is the tougher longer lasting boots made for the rigors of riding the roads today.

The 2011 Womens Harley Davidson Sandals

All the style you want and attitude by the ton. The New 2011 Harley Davidson Sandals are here. This year the styles have changed again and have kept up with the modern fashion trends. These additions to the womens Harley Davidson Street wear line can go from relaxing to hitting the club in seconds. You walk like a free spirit and your sense of style reflects just that. Check out the many styles of Womens Harley Davidson Sandals and remember theses style are ready to help you “Step into a Legend”.

New Braves Manager Is Cox Protege … and a Harley Rider

What isn’t chrome is black on his big Harley-Davidson Road King. So are his Harley Davidson boots, leather jacket and helmet. Black, black and black. And his goatee. (Well, that’s black with gray now infiltrating.)

He cuts quite a figure atop his hog. But unless they happen to notice the “GONZ33” license tag, Braves fans cruising in a car the next lane over probably wouldn’t recognize him from any other 40-something blowing past on a Harley.
Fredi Gonzalez (right) rode with AJC writer David O’Brien to the North Georgia mountains a few days before leaving for spring training.

Fredi Gonzalez (right) rode with AJC writer David O’Brien to the North Georgia mountains a few days before leaving for spring training. (Photo by Sara Hanna/sarahanna.com)

Meet Fredi Gonzalez, the new manager of the Atlanta Braves.

After two decades with venerable Bobby Cox at the helm of the local nine, his protégé (and former third-base coach) has taken the torch from retired No. 6 and seems prepared to run with it. And to go for a few rumbling rides, when there’s time for Gonzalez and his motorcycling pal, first-base coach Terry Pendleton, to sneak away for a few hours.

Gonzalez, 47, went for a ride to the Georgia mountains on Super Bowl Sunday with David O’Brien, the Braves beat writer. Along the way, they stopped for coffee and a one-hour interview at a Starbucks in Canton, Ga.

For the rest of this interview from David O’Brien of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Click Here