We thought we would go over one of our favorite bikes Harley Davidson came out with in 2007. That bike is the FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic and even though it was only a few years ago when it came out, it’s already starting to have that vintage feel. It’s the type of bike that makes you want to dust it off, clean it up, and go out for a nostalgic cruise and watch the sunset. Even though it’s a new design, the Heritage Softail Classic still has that vintage Harley feel that everyone knows and loves. You may have not known it, but the entire Softail family of Harley bikes got their name because it was created to copy the vintage appearance of the classic hard-tail machines that were so popular. The only difference is that they designed it to hide the twin horizontal rear shocks that are below the beautiful engine. Some of the main details that stand out are the oil lines that they left to see and the oil tank that was done in a horseshoe style.
Looking for something to do this May? Well, if you’re anywhere near Cookeville, Tennessee, then you should definitely check out the HOG rally that is set to last from May 29th to June 2nd. About 2,000 riders are expected to attended, with half of them being people who traveled from out of state to join in on the fun. Everyone will be there showing off their bikes while enjoying great music and food and just taking in the atmosphere. This is the first time that Cookeville has won the bid to host the event and will actually be the smallest city so far. In the past, cities like Knoxville, Nashville, Chattanooga and Maryville hosted, but this year they decided to try a new and fun location. It will be a great shot in the arm for Cookeville, though, because the event is expected to bring in around $3 million in revenue from all of the attendees. So, join in on the fun if you’re anywhere in the area and looking for a place to meet your fellow Harley Davidson riders!