Woke up at 3:30 AM in the freezing cold to witness this beauty for sunrise 🌈 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Tomorrow we head out for another multi-day trek and I could not be more stoked 🔥 PC: @braybraywoowoo w/ my edit
Indian Motorcycle Inner Primary Cover Gilroy Ca, USA.
This Indian Motorcycle inner primary cover was produced at the now closed plant in Gilroy, California. This piece is brand new old stock, stamped with Indian's logo, and has a polished finish. The cover will fit a 2001 Indian Chief (Wet Clutch), and 2002 to 2004 Chiefs, Spirits, & Scouts (wet clutches with PowerPlus 100 motors). There is some oxidation on one side of the piece, but it can be cleaned and polished.
If your interested you can contact me directly on here or check the Ebay listing at the url below:
On this day in history, May 27th 1941, the German Battleship Bismarck is sunk in the North Atlantic on its first mission. Bismarck was arguably the most powerful Battleship of the Second World War and she posed a great threat to the shipping that was keeping Great Britain just barely alive, as no convoy would be able to stand up against her power. After a break for the North Atlantic, the Battle of the Denmark Strait, and a suspenseful cat and mouse chase, Bismarck was attacked and sunk. On May 26th, a Swordfish biplane landed a torpedo on Bismarck's stern, jamming her rudder and incapacitating her steering ability. On May 27th, thirteen British ships descended on her from all sides and landed more than 400 hits on her. Bismarck's guns fell silent at 9:30am, but before her crew could scuttle her, the Dorsetschire sank Bismarck with two torpedo hits. The destruction of Bismarck delegated the German surface Navy to a purely defensive roll and it reaffirmed Allied naval superiority. Fewer than 200 of Bismarck's 2,000 man crew survived.