MOTORCYCLES

Tattoo Artists and Motorcycle Enthusiasts Raise Funds for Make-A-Wish Foundation

This event helps grant more wishes to North Dakota kids with critical illnesses.

WEST FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – The Roughrider Ink and Iron Expo in West Fargo is filled with tattoos and motorcycles. Ink and oil-stained artists are gathering at the Veterans Memorial Arena to share their passions for both ink and iron. “The Roughrider Ink and Iron Expo Lots of tattoos, lots of motorcycles, basically it is a lot of really talented…

Veterans Warrior Foundation Hosts 9th Annual Warrior Ride

The event is in support of local veterans

WEST FARGO, N.D. — The Veterans Warrior Foundation hosts its 9th annual warrior ride aimed to support local veterans. Participants had to pay a registration fee in order to be able to take part in the ride. Those who registered were able to drive to local restaurants and bars. After the ride, bikers gathered at the West Fargo VFW Post….

Inaugural American Veterans Motorcycle Show Raises Awareness

The mayors of Moorhead and Dilworth were at the opening ceremony

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo VFW held their first American Veterans Motorcycle Show. Bikers rode to the Fargo National Cemetery Dedication Ceremony in the morning. A bike show took place in the afternoon, and people could vote for their favorite bikes and even the ugliest one. The mayors of Moorhead and Dilworth spoke at the opening ceremony. Vendors and live music…

West Fargo’s Annual Cruise Night Begins Its 10th Season On Thursday

It's sponsored by Toppers Custom Car Club and the City of West Fargo

WEST FARGO, ND — Cruise Night returns for its 10th season Thursday night in West Fargo. It’s sponsored by Toppers Custom Car Club and the City of West Fargo. Every third Thursday of the summer, hundreds of classic cars, motorcycles and food vendors will line the streets of downtown West Fargo starting at 4:30 p.m. each night. Cruise Night stretches…

Motorcyclists Rev Up Their Engines to Support Boys and Girls Club

The seventh annual "Ride for the Future" benefits the Boys and Girls Club of Detroit Lakes and Perham

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — For the seventh year, bikers in Detroit Lakes hopped on their motorcycles to support the Boys and Girls Club of Detroit Lakes and Perham. The “Ride for the Future” helps the Boys and Girls Club fund essential operations. The 100–mile journey started and ended in Detroit Lakes, with stops at Galaxy Resort in Star Lake, Comorant, and…

Bikers Start Up Their Engines for Third Annual “Leather Up for Lupus” Ride

The bikers drove to and from Detroit Lakes with stops in Fergus Falls and Deer Creek

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — Seven years ago, Sean Scheiben received some shocking news: a diagnosis with lupus. “I was a little freaked out at first I guess, but once I got it under control, it’s just a daily struggle,” said Sean Scheiben. Schiben takes daily doses of medication to lessen his symptoms, but he doesn’t let the disease dominate his life….

Minnesota DPS Reminding People to Stay Cautious When Out Riding Their Motorcycles

A survey the department conducted found about half of Minnesotans don't wear motorcycle helmets

With warm weather comes the many motorcyclists who are ready to get back on the road. If you’re one of them, Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS) officials say it’s important to not let the excitement get the best of you and to always be cautious. Minnesota has more motorcycle accidents during rush hour and on the weekends than at…

Toppers Car Club Holds Annual Car Show

The show features cars across the Midwest

WEST FARGO, N.D. — The Toppers Car Club’s 60th annual car show is happening this weekend. The show features cars from across the Midwest. There are about 85 cars, along with 10 custom motorcycles on display. Organizers say the volume and worth of cars has increased throughout the years, and many of them have sentimental value. “A lot of people have…

Nearly 60,000 Harley Davidson Motorcycles Recalled Over Crash Concerns

They say an engine oil cooler line clamp may not have been installed correctly, causing it to come loose or even falling off

  NATIONAL — Harley Davidson is issuing a recall for nearly 60,000 motorcycles worldwide. Company officials say at least nine reports of oil lines coming off have led to two crashes and one person being injured. They say an engine oil cooler line clamp may not have been installed correctly, causing it to come loose or even falling off. This…