This is the links section of the Oregon Motorcycle Parts site where you will
find some of my favorite links and links to the competition so you can
comparison shop for your parts.
Feel free to eMail me any links that you think would be useful to other
motorcycle riders and I'll put them up here if I think they're worthwhile.
Other Motorcycle Parts companies (in no particular order)
(and in some cases my competition. I have not done business with all of them so Caveat emptor )
In no particular order
Dennis Kirk - Parts and accessories for Harley and the big 4 Japanese bikes
CRC2 Online - New and used parts for Japanese bikes
Parts & More - Vintage Japanese motorcycle parts
Electrex USA - Replacement parts used in powersports electrical and charging systems
ExoticSportbike.com - Everything for the sport bike rider. This place has all the goodies for go fast type riders.
Cycle Psycho - An all indoor motorcycle salvage shop in Eugene, Oregon. Dave Morgan (the owner) is also a good guy to do business
Dyna Performance Electronics - High performance ignition parts for most bikes.
Mike's XS - Specializing in parts for the Yamaha 650
Jardine Headers - Jardine exhaust systems are manufactured using the latest technology. A full selection of stainless steel, aluminum,
titanium and carbon fiber exhaust systems for cruisers, street bikes and off road motorcycles.
Limey Bikes - Vintage Japanese motorcycle repair and restoration in Austin, TX,
www.motorcycle-fairing.com - Replacement OEM fairings.
HID Country - Supplier of HID Xenon products including HID head lights, fog lights, led flashlights
Other Motorcycle related stuff
Langlitz Leathers - Makers of the worlds finest motorcycle leathers, located in Portland, OR and only a short ride from here. If and
when I drop a few pounds (OK more than a few,) I'll add a picture of me in my Langlitz jacket to the about page.
Steve's Home Page - A good collection of bike info in the UK and lots of good bike links
The Irving Vincent - A reproduction of one of the most beautiful motorcycles ever built.
MSD Ignition Systems - Super cool high powered capacitive discharge ignition systems for cars & bikes.
Bell Helmets - Top quality American made helmets and the only company to make a helmet big enough for me.
Mackie Enterprises - Motorcycle ramps and tie down system.
Twinlinemotorcycles - Custom bike builder in Seattle, WA. café, street bikes, vintage racers, restoration, & Dyno tuning.
Advantage Insurance Corp - Need bike insurance in Oregon, this guy can help.
Cyclepathic Choppers - Another Oregon based motorcycle business that also uses my parts on some of the bikes they build.
NorthStar Gloves - These folks custom made a pair of gloves for me with the seams on the outside so they wouldn't rub my fingers
raw. They're in Tacoma, Washington USA and it's really great getting a quality American made product for a good price from a
company with excellent customer service (kind of like us here at OMP.) I'll put up some pix later on but I wouldn't go riding without
BeverlyBay - Motorcycle covers. High quality automotive grade vinyl. Installs in seconds. Elasticized bottom edge affords a custom fit.
Not necessarily motorcycle related and it no particular order
Snopes - Urban Legends Reference Pages
Darwin Awards- A monument to stupidity
Y.B.D.B. Power Blender - Margaritas anyone?
Doctor Mega Volt - A shockingly good website
Pietenpol Air Camper and Sky Scout - An originally motorcycle powered airplane
Evans Aircraft - Flying on a budget
GOA - Gun Owners of America
Jeffersonian's Home Page - Dedicated to the cause of Liberty, especially in defense of the Constitution & Bill of Rights of the United
States of America
REI - Snobby camping equipment for backpackers and also good for motorcycle camping (but don't tell them that)
Harbor Freight Tools - Inexpensive imported tools. Not usually the best tools in the world but usually more than good enough
to get the job done.
The Nutty Company - A good place to buy hardware
Mozilla.com - Their free Firefox browser is better than IE or Netscape. I've been using Firefox and Thunderbird eMail client
for some time now and I couldn't recommend them more. It's amazing something this good is free!
AVG anti virus - Another freebie that is too good to be free but is.