Motorcycle Challenge Collectors Coin #2

Motorcycle Challenge Coin

Here’s the 2nd challenge collectors coin that I’ve designed and had produced.


This Coin is made of brass, has an duo tone antique finish, measures 1.75 inches (44mm) in diameter.

This will make a unique gift for the motorcycle enthusiast, challenge coin collector, or anyone who collects motorcycle related memorabilia.

Side 1.

Features a pocket watch and a compass as symbols to represent “To my biker brother anytime anywhere”, “Wherever you are near or far never forget I’ve got your back” and “Brothers Forever”.

Side 2.

Features a Motorcycle engine along with the handlebars and headlight inside a motorcycle spoked wheel with a red sidewall tire.

Available HERE on eBay along with the 1st coin I designed last month.  I’ve also got 2 more motorcycle related coins in the works I hope to have for the holiday shopping starting soon.

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Route 66 To Seligman, in Arizona

Here’s some photos I took along Route 66 on the way to Seligman, Arizona.


I’ll need to back here on a weekend when there will be more motorcycles and old classic cars on the road.  Not many people here on a Friday afternoon in October. It was still nice to take a ride through here though.

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AIMExpo Las Vegas, NV Oct 2018

I went to see the AIMExpo in Las Vegas a couple of days ago.  Here’s a few random photos I took of the show.  It was held in Mandalay Bays convention center.  I went early when they opened the doors at 9am, so not very many people walking around today.

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Motorcycle Challenge Coin

Here’s a new CHALLENGE COIN I designed and has just been minted.

I’ve been searching for a motorcycle related challenge coin.  The only ones I could find had a specific company logo (H-D) on them.  Those are nice, but what if everyone doesn’t ride that brand of motorcycle?  So I decided to create my own design.  After several drafts and revisions, this is coin #1 with more to come.


The photo above shows both sides of the coin.  Made of brass with an antique finish.  Measures 1.75″ (44mm) across.

I’ve listed them on eBay if anyone is interested.  Prices are lower if you want 2, 5 or 10.

Start the “Challenge Coin” tradition with your biker friends.

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10 Tips For Selling A Used Motorcycle |

Parting with a loved one is never easy, but when it comes time to put out to pasture your two-wheel friend, there’s no reason you shouldn’t get the best price for it. If you’re like us, you’ll want a good home for the bike that’s been a part of numerous fond memories. Unless, of course, you crashed it. At that point it’s too late. Sell it to anyone with a pulse, swallow the the loss, and move on to greener pastures.

Source: 10 Tips For Selling A Used Motorcycle

12 Tips For Buying a Used Motorcycle | RideApart

For most, motorcycles are not a necessity. You can be damn sure they are a must in my life (and probably yours if you’re reading this), but for normal people, they’re a luxury.

So, when you only have so much money, buying a motorcycle at almost any price is an investment worth taking seriously. I know I can’t afford multiple motorcycles, no matter how hard I try.

Source: 12 Tips For Buying a Used Motorcycle | RideApart