Tech Cycle’s high performance gear reduction Tornado Starters are recognized as the the best in the motorcycle industry. High torque, gear reduction starters for early and late model, Sportster and Indian Harley motorcycles. Designed to start the biggest V twin engines with ease, Tornado starters feature high torque and low amperage requirement. Most models are also available in a compact size. The starters are available in natural or polished chrome finish.

Tornado Starters

Tornado Starters

Tornado Starters available:
• Late Model Starters
• Early Model Starters
• Sportster Starters
• Indian Starters
• Accessories

About Tech-Cycle:
Tech Cycle Performance Products, Inc. is a pioneer in the motorcycle components field. All their products represent Tech Cycle’s superior innovation and quality. Their high performance gear reduction Tornado Starters are recognized as the the best in the motorcycle industry. Tech Cycle’s line of products includes battery cables, cyclone belt Drives, and Electric start kits for Harley Motorcycles. Their motorcycle starter solutions are of the highest quality and should be considered for your custom chopper. Check out their impressive line of motorcycle starter solutions and find out for yourself why Tech Cycle is a leader in the motorcycle components industry

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  1. I was one of about five people in the Beverly C.C. prsoohp/caddy shack when it was leveled by the tornado. I was 13, a caddy, filling in for my older brother as a club cleaner. I never saw it coming, only heard a terrible thunderstorm that turned the afternoon pitch black. Another pro shop worker named Eddie Staffan tackled me just before it hit, throwing both of us behind tall metal racks that were anchored in concrete and held members’ golf bags. They were about the only things left standing. I can still remember the cold, dusty gusts as they tore through the roof and walls. Yes, it sounded like a freight train. I still have a scar on my knuckle from where flying glass from the front window hit my right hand. We had to dig three (I think) people out from under a card table in the front office, where they had hidden themselves at the last minute. No one was seriously injured, although everyone was in total shock. My knuckle didn’t start bleeding for five or 10 minutes. I had no idea what had hit us. Standing in the club parking lot, another stunned survivor asked, What the hell was that? It was only then that I heard the word tornado.

  2. because the sky was so dark. She also explained that she asomlt stopped at the diner on the corner of Southwest Highway and 95th St. but because the skys were so dark she decided to pick us up from school. She would later say that she might have been in the resturant with her two friends had she stopped. When we got home we could see how the skys over Oaklawn were green and black and we heard weather reports on the radio. Weeks after the tornado we would visit close family friends in the Oak Lawn area and see homes that had been damaged or destroyed. My aunt lived 1 block south of Southwest Highway and McVicker. For years we could see traces of the tornado’s damage up and down the different streets and would be reminded how fortunate we were. My mother used to say to us to say a prayer for those less fortunate.

  3. Short beach trips in Santa Barbara are what it is all about. You can do so much in just two-three days. Which includes a lot of logiunng,sleeping and beaching. the wharf is great to play on for a few hours. On hot days, the ice cream parlor is where its at and at night the Harbor restaurant is very nice. Or if you are looking for seafood-the Shellfish Company. It is small but some of the best seafood in town. Your photos are excellent as well! I cannot wait for my summer trips to Santa Barbara. I’ll be spending all my time at the beach soaking up the sun! I’ll be staying at the Sandman Inn ( Best for short trips-so ridiculously budget friendly!

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  9. Linda, I am loving the steoris of your summer and the pictures are wonderful. I actually find myself jealous of your stunning outdoor office. Willow Trees are my favorite. For me, they conjure up images of wonder and peace. To have an office under one would inspire me as nothing else could. Thanks for sharing your space with us just keep those storm clouds at bay. kay? :-/ Scary. But the puppies are precious.

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