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If barbecued meat is more important to you than companionship, custom bike builder Thor Drake has the motorcycle of your dreams. He merged a powerful Indian Springfield Dakrhorse in matte Thunder Black paint with a big Traeger Ironwood 885 grill as its sidecar. Rather than looking like something Frankensteined together in a backyard garage shop, the result is a beautiful match that looks factory made. The sidecar gets matching colors and lighting, matching wheel/tire, suspension, and mountings with cooking utensils and the wood pellets required to run the grill. No word on cleaning accessories to get the bugs off the tongs and spatula after a hot ride, though. Look for this wonder of riding & dining at the 2019 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally this week.

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