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2023, September

Brian Shares 1st Pic Ever of Wheel Service Using the PRO 1200 Motorcycle Lift Drop Through

Brian's PRO 1200 motorcycle lift wheel service drop through panel

Awesome pic shared by Brian in Acton, Maine, of his PRO 1200 motorcycle lift!
When I saw it on our Facebook feed, I had to tell him how great this pic is.... I don't think in all the years we've sold this lift, we've ever seen a pic of the drop-through in use for wheel service! Brian says of the lift, "I love it - made the job of replacing a warn tire safe and easy.😊" He also added, "It makes light work for general maintenance and cleaning."

Check out the package Brian picked up here.

2 Post Lift Sales! FREE Saddle Adapters with Purchase!

Right now, when you order an Amgo 2 Post Lift you will receive free saddle adapters! These special saddle adapters (used on the two rear arms in place of the standard round lift pads) are designed specifically to provide a secure lifting surface for those trucks that have the gas tank mounted very close to the frame. This saddle adapter set allows the frame to "sit inside the saddles" and provide a superior lifting surface.

We have many 2 post lifts in stock at this time, ranging from 9K base plate and overhead lifts right up to 15K lb capacity. Please call if we can help you determine the best lift to fit your needs at 603-234-2612. We also offer financing for both individuals as well as businesses, and if you need help with install, we work with an installation company to ensure your lift is delivered safely and properly installed.

Free Saddle Adapters 2 Post Lift Sale

Gregory at Summit Truck and Auto Body shares pic of his 2 Post 15K lift

Summit Trucking and Autobody's 2 Post Truck Lift from NHProEquip 15K
Thanks to Gregory at Summit Truck and Auto Body in Candia, NH, for the nice comments regarding his OH-15 2 Post Lift, along with a pic of it set up in his shop! He tells us the lift is "Perfect. It's awesome." Just what we like to hear! This model lift, the OH-15, was developed by AMGO for heavy-duty purpose with a lifting capacity up to 15,000lbs. It features heavy-duty construction, self-lubricating UHMW polyethylene sliders and bronze bushings. It is manufactured with high quality parts ...resulting in almost no required maintenance.

Jeff Shares pics of 1975 FXE Shovelhead Project Using PRO 1200 Lift
Jeff Shovelhead PRO 1200 Motorcycle Lift
Jeff shared a post with us on Instagram and says, "Got the PRO 1200 8yrs ago this 75 FXE is my 2nd project! Love the the PRO 1200!!" He posted "Shovelhead update! Fabbed up and finished custom made- clutch linkage, rocker clutch, jockey shift, floorboards, vented primary, rear brake, chin faring, and a 3" extended swingarm!!" Excellent work, Jeff! Jeff's had his lift for 8 years! We always love to hear from old customers to find out how their equipment is holding up! The PRO 1200 lift table stands the test of time!
Best Motorcycle Rides in New Hampshire

New Hampshire, like Vermont on it's western border, is a treasure trove of beautifully scenic motorcycle rides. The Granite State lives up to its name as being rocky, and is also generally hilly (home to the highest peak in the northeastern US, Mt. Washington, at 6,288 ft), densely wooded, boasts 1,300 lakes and ponds, and is blessed with a small but beautiful 13 miles of Atlantic coastline. We've linked to many fantastic places, from tourist attractions including museums, to informational sites, and much more. We hope this provides you with the information you are seeking for your motorcycle journey through NH!


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Rt 1A - The Seacoast Highway

State: New Hampshire
Motorcycle Type: 08 Kaw Vulcan Classic
Motorcycle Road Length: 22 Miles

"...smooth surface, my favorite road in all of New England! ... Overall, this is a very motorcycle friendly area. High concentration of resident bike owners ... a great place to ride!!"

Motorcycle Road Scenery:

Starting at MA state line, 50% of this ride is directly on the waterfront. Nothing between you and the crashing waves! A classic northeastern coastal run.

Motorcycle Road Quality:

After the first couple of miles of cottages and Hampton Beach, the road twists most of the way to Portsmouth. Smooth surface, my favorite road in all of New England!

Motorcycle Roadside Amenities:

This is a short road, with areas to stop view the ocean and seasonal places to eat. Need any parts or accessories for your bike while you're there? Seacoast Harley Davidson is located right on Rte 1 in North Hampton, just a stones throw from this ride. As you ride up through Rye, we tecommend Petey's Summertime Seafood and Bar for the freshest seafood around, and the Isle of Shoals is a great attraction, but you'll have to step off your bike and hop a boat to check it out close up! Everything you could need or want year round is within 15 minutes inland off the road. At the far end is Portsmouth one of the best restaurant towns in New England. Another nice pitstop if you need any gear not far off the beaten path, located on Cafe St. is Motorbikes Plus. Overall, this is a very motorcycle friendly area. High concentration of resident bike owners ... a great place to ride!

New Hampshire Backroads Tour - Route 13N to 114N

State: New Hampshire
Motorcycle Type: VTX 1300
Motorcycle Road Length: 32 Miles

"...absolutely beautiful back road scenery on this trip... rivers, lakes, fields, farms, nice people, animals, parks ... lots of great stops along the way... great bars, taverns and restaurants all privately owned ... Stop in to Milwaukee Ironworks for bike parts and accessories, and then for a bite to eat at Kiki's Restaurant and the Gravity Tavern in New Boston!

Motorcycle Road Scenery:

Absolutely beautiful back road scenery. Rivers, lakes, fields, farms, nice people, animals, parks.

Motorcycle Road Quality:

Most of the roads have been paved recently, so there is no problems. Windy, hilly, great relaxing ride.

Motorcycle Roadside Amenities:

Lots of great stops along the way. Great bars, taverns and restaurants all privately owned. Can accommodate lots of bikers at once. In Weare, NH you'll find Clough State Park located about five miles east of town. The park is located on the shore of Everett Lake, a 150-acre lake formed by a dam on the Piscataquog River. Plenty to do at the park such as picnicking, swimming, fishing, boating, etc.

Central New Hampshire Tour - Rte 132

State: New Hampshire
Motorcycle Type: 06 Yamaha FZ6
Motorcycle Road Length: 31 Miles

"Nice long twisty road, great for all seasons, watch for some wildlife. Very scenic in fall. From Sanbornton north it gets very fun, watch for critters and slow locals. Great fishing holes on the way."

Motorcycle Road Scenery:

Mostly tree-lined for the first part from Concord, some open fields with a mix of small suburban homes, some commercial structures, mostly just fun curvy type road, along the way you will see signs for historic Canterbury Shaker Village a wonderful trip into NH's past, a must-see if you have the time. There are several side roads that lead to various other small towns along the way, so a map is essential, very easy to get lost, so pay attention. I-93 is always to your left (as you go north), so if you need a major highway there are several ways to get to I-93 along the way.

Motorcycle Road Quality:

Road conditions vary depending on the season, all is paved, so no dirt or gravel worries, portions are somewhat broken due to our lovely winters freeze/thaw cycle, so mid-summer is best, when you get above Sanbornton it has been freshly-paved and very good. There will be the occasional "teeth jarring" on some sections, but all things considered, for NH roads, I'd rate a 7 out of 10.

Motorcycle Roadside Amenities:


"Kank-run" Through the White Mountains

State: New Hampshire
Motorcycle Type: 94 CBR 900
Motorcycle Road Length: 35 Miles

... about 60 miles north of Concord you will find a kick-butt ride off of Interstate 93 that travels through the White Mountains ... this route drives through one of the most scenic areas in beautiful New Hampshire through a mountain pass and a covered bridge.

Motorcycle Road Scenery:

About 60 miles north of Concord you will find a kick-butt route off of Interstate 93 that travels through the White Mountains. The road is officially called the Kancamagus Highway (pronounced Can-cuh-mog-us) but it is more often referred to as the "Kanc."

This route drives through one of the most scenic areas in beautiful New Hampshire, the White Mountain National Forest. Its views are spectacular from the many lookout points and the area is stunning in the fall. The path takes you through a mountain pass and a covered bridge. You'll also get to see some great river views because the route follows a river called the Swift.

Motorcycle Road Quality:

Overall a great motorcycle road with plenty of twisties and climbs to keep your throttle wrist happy. If you are wondering about driving conditions call the Appalachian Mountain Club.

Motorcycle Roadside Amenities:

There are 6 public campgrounds along the route. They all include restrooms and drinking water but no electricity.

There is a New Hampshire Visitor's Center at the start of the route on 112.

Make sure you pull over at the Sabbaday Falls Picnic Area and take the short little hike (about 1/2 mile) to see a cool waterfall.

The Passaconaway Historic Site is named after a great Indian leader who gathered a bunch of Indian tribes together and created a confederacy to fight with the intruding "pale-faces" (white men). There is a really neat house at this historical site called the Russell-Colbath Historic Homestead (they say it's the only one ever built here) where there is a legend of a husband that left home one day to go for a walk. Apparently he never returned and for 39 years his wife lit a lantern and left it on the porch to help him find his way back. He showed up 3 years later after she died. You can tour the house and here more about the legend. There is also a nice little short trail that starts out at the house and goes along a little river.

Another cool place to see is the Rocky Gorge Scenic Area. Here you'll see some waterfalls and a pretty cool looking gorge.

Keep driving up (east) on 112 and stop at the Boulder Loop Trail that starts by the covered bridge. At the end of this trail you'll see some pretty awesome looking scenery that was created by huge glaciers plowing back to the north.

You can also find many arts, crafts and antique shops along this route.

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