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2009 Dirico Motorcycles Interview Photo Gallery
The three amigos who started up Dirico Motorcyles - (l to r) Mark Dirico, Steven Tyler, and Stephen Talarico. The last guy is long-time friend and former Boston motorcycle cop, Donnie Whiteman.
Motorcycle USA travels to Boston for our first ride on Dirico Motorcycles, and to talk motorcycling with one of the company's founders, Aerosmith's Steven Tyler. Check out the motorcycles then read the
2009 Dirico Motorcyles First Ride review
Dirico Motorcycles and rock & roll! An extra $250 will get you a color-matching electric guitar signed by Aerosmith's Steven Tyler.
Styling options like the Flyer's Springer front end and H-D 88 c.i. engine were picked out by Tyler.
What better way to top off a great day of riding through the New Hampshire countryside than with an Aerosmith concert in front of a raucous Boston home crowd.
The 2009 Flyer has a cool retro look with its Springer front end and Art Deco paint and graphics.
The Dropkick Murphys were joined by a local Boston high school band to belt out a rousing Irish tune.
We'll see if perks like having Aerosmith's frontman Steven Tyler signing your fender is enough to sway sales in favor of Dirico Motorcycles.
A Dirico Motorcycle or two would look good in any motorcyclists' garage.
Mark Dirico is the man behind the bikes and is responsible for all the engineering and building the prototypes. He also likes twisting the throttle on the 2009 Pro-Street.
The Dirico Pro-Street and its rockin' H-D 103 engine.
The paint on the custom Dirico Motorcyle it is building for the Russian Minister of Fishing is striking and exotic.
The classic lines of the 2009 Dirico Speedster.
Believe it or not, these stripper pole wheels are on the custom Dirico Motorcycle that is going to be a present for a Russian Minister's wife.
Motorcycle USA's Harley tries on the Flyer's seat for size.
2009 Dirico Pro-Street
Steven Tyler gives Hot Bike Editor Eric Ellis' beard a good tug.
Here's a peek at the custom Dirico Motorcycle and guitar that will soon be shipped to Dirico's distributor in Russia.
We stopped at a town square and enjoyed the classic Colonial buildings in this quaint New England town.
The 2009 Dirico Flyer
2009 Flyer by Dirico Motorcycles
2009 Pro-Street by Dirico Motorcycles
Mark Dirico and Steven Tyler of Dirico Motorcycles
Motorcycle USA's Cruiser Editor got a chance to sit down and talk motorcycling with Aerosmith's Steven Tyler at the Dirico Motorcycle launch.
Bert Baker just happened to find a nice resting spot atop some Baker Drivetrain boxes he found in Dirico's manufacturing facility.
Head out on the highway, looking for adventure!
The Diricos are coming, the Diricos are coming! We rode through historic New England towns full of Colonial history.
American Iron's Editor, Chris Maida, is all smiles before heading out for a first ride on Dirico Motorcycles.
The 2009 Dirico Pro-Street rips, courtesy of its H-D 103 ci. engine.
a rag-tag bunch of motojournalists gets ready to embark on a great day of riding around New England on Dirico Motorcycles.
The Dirico Flyer has old-school chops combined with modern performance.
We marauded around the countryside with visions of Marlon Brando's The Wild One dancing in our heads.
This 2009 Dirico Pro-Street is Steven Tyler's personal bike.
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