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Riding season is here! Call 936-447-4648 or stop in the shop to get your bike up to snuff so you can get out there and enjoy this beautiful weather!

Danny's Cycle Shop, Inc.

You can trust Danny's Cycle Shop, Inc. in Montgomery, TX, to be your one-stop, on-the-spot motorcycle headquarters to get your '84-Later Harley-Davidson, Indians, American Custom, Big Boss, Bourget, Exile, and all other domestic motorcycles ready for the riding season. We carry a complete line of products from Drag Specialties,Parts Unlimited, Biker's Choice/Tucker Rocky, Vance & Hines, S&S, Rinehart Racing, and many other trusted brands. We specialize in performance engine builds, services, and dyno tuning for your Harley-Davidson®. We also repair and rebuild any Harley Davidson that has been absent from the road for an extended amount of time. Anything you need and are looking for, Danny's Cycle Shop can make it happen! We are celebrating 17 years of service to our community in 2017!

Our friendly sales staff and trained techs look forward to helping those in Montgomery County, Texas and nearby areas with all your motorcycle needs, including dyno-tuning, extended warranty work and regular maintenance services necessary to keep your prized Harley-Davidson® machine in the very best of shape.

Stop in or call us today for more information at (936) 447-4648. Email savvy? Fire away at [email protected] Follow us on Facebook at @dannyscycleshop2000 to view all of our daily activities, photos, and videos. We will reply promptly! We would love the opportunity to serve all your biker needs and wants! Have a wonderful day!


Man on Harley-Davidson dies in crash in Conroe

By Jose R. Gonzalez

Houston Chronicle


A 25-year-old is dead after a Dodge Charger on Monday evening in Conroe hit the Harley-Davidson he was driving. Just before 7 p.m., the Conroe Fire Department responded to a reported motorcycle crash on West Loop 336 South just south of Texas 105 and performed CPR on the man who was in traumatic arrest, according to the Montgomery County Police Reporter.



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After 2 months in the service department at ProPowersports of Conroe, moreAfter 2 months in the service department at ProPowersports of Conroe, I was finally able to pick up my 2009 Kawasaki Ninja last night. Aside from the fact that it took far too long for them to fix my bike, and apart from the fact that their service management is the world’s worst about not returning phone calls and keeping the customer updated on the repair status, there are other reasons I will never do business with this company again. Less than a month before I took the bike to them on July 20th, I had replaced all the fairings and other body panels with brand-new parts and new fasteners. There were no scratches or chips in any of these when I dropped the bike off, and now, there are multiple scratches and paint chipped off of just about every panel on the bike. In addition, at some point during the 2 months the bike was in their shop, it also picked up two new dents in the gas tank as well as a couple of new scratches. Several of the fasteners were also missing, including almost every fastener that holds the lower cowl piece to the side panels. I noticed before I even got home that the left turn signal did not work. Upon further examination, it was apparent that someone had “borrowed” the bulb out of the front blinker and didn’t bother to replace it. Additionally, the instrument panel lights no longer work on the bike, either. The fitment of the body panels between one another is shoddy at best and nowhere near as well-installed as it was when I put them on back in June. To add insult to injury, the new stainless steel socket-head bolts that hold the side panels to the gas tank had been swapped for screws that were yellow-zinc coated and not even the same f-ing thread pattern! I am also missing my frame sliders that I installed brand new in June when I installed the new body panels. The mounting hardware is still on the bike, albeit in the wrong position, but the pegs themselves are missing. I left a voice mail with the service department the n

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Man on Harley-Davidson dies in crash in Conroe

Man on Harley-Davidson dies in crash in Conroe

A Harley-Davidson motorcycle is seen on Loop 336 in Conroe following a crash with a car that left the motorcyclist dead. A 25-year-old is dead after a Dodge Charger on Monday evening in Conroe hit the Harley-Davidson he was driving. Just before 7 p.m., the Conroe Fire Department responded to a reported motorcycle...

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  1. Despite an Aug. 24 letter from Dr. Charles Sims of Montgomery County Public Health District recommending requiring masks for Montgomery County schools, county schools have stopped short of a masked mandate. Since then, COVID-19 cases have skyrocketed among county children, forcing one Conroe mom to take her child out of school. (
  2. A 25-year-old man from Conroe died in the hospital after his Harley-Davidson motorcycle was struck by a car that failed to give the right of way. (The Courier)
  3. Margaritaville Lake Conroe Resort and the Texas Renaissance Festival are teaming up to offer deals through the festival's run from October through November. Resort guests can receive two free Sunday tickets to the festival, while festival-goers can receive 15% off a resort stay. (Woodlands Online)
  4. Willis is about to get its first H-E-B. The Texas grocery store will be the centerpiece of The Market at Willis Shopping Center, which broke ground Tuesday. The center is expected to open in 2022. (Community Impact Newspaper)
  5. A Willis family lost their "dream home"in a fire caused by a lightning strike in August. Now, the Hunter family is getting help from the community as it tries to move forward. (The Courier)

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2016 Harley-Davidson Softail in Conroe TX

What we're about


WHO WE ARE: Men and women who love to ride. Easy going people who live to ride and ride to live. Going on rides through national forest, events, hill county and bar and grills. This a new group and open to any suggestions to make it better for all members.

MEMBERSHIP POLICY: We are happy to have everyone join the group. The experiences within the group will be enriched by full participation by many; however, the Organizer reserves the right to drop individuals from the group for actions not in the best interests of the group. That decision will be made by the Organizer. Additionally, new members must abide by the Limitations on Use of Member Contact Information, Liability Waiver and Guidelines for Hosts policies and all subsequent future policies to be described on this page.

Limitations on Use of Member Contact Information
This group is not made available by the Organizer for others to use for promoting interests outside this group. The main purpose of this Meetup group is to bring people together who have a passion for motorcycling and develop friendships that might result in them riding together individually or within a scheduled group. The Organizer will offer event opportunities for the group - both near and far.

This Meetup is not provided for professionals to solicit business among Members. Please refrain from using the Meetup and its members solely for solicitation. Professionals may participate in events, but must refrain from doing so just to “sell” products.

Guidelines for Event Hosts
The Organizer will be seeking the help of others to act as Hosts/Hostesses for upcoming Meetup events. Please volunteer if you think you can provide that service for the benefit of the group.

There may be times people will volunteer to host events. Such events must be submitted for review/approval of the Organizer. If you wish to host an event, please submit description of the event for review.

1) All events must be submitted to the group Organizer and be approved by the Organizer before being posted.
2) The Organizer reserves the right to delete events deemed not appropriate. These include, but are not limited to:
- Events promoting one’s personal business for personal gain.
- Events requiring members to pay any kind of money to Event Hosts. Some events may require a fee. Members may pay a fee to a third party. For example, member will buy food at a restaurant; member will buy ticket to an event; or member will pay deposit or tour fee to a professional tour company, as examples. (See Item 3 below.)
-Meetups that automatically repeat.
-Meetups with absentee Event Hosts or with none or vague info as to how to find the Event Host & group.
3) Meetup does not allow Event Hosts to collect money through Meetup. Furthermore, the Organizer prohibits offline payments to Event Hosts. Only the Organizer, on a very rare occasion, would be allowed to schedule events involving collection of money. This will be only on rare occasions and only when absolutely necessary to allow participation by all in the event. So far, the Organizer has not done this for her events. Any exchange of money by members, other than with the Organizer, is outside of the Conroe Harley-Davidson Meetup group and all risks are strictly assumed by the parties involved.

Hosts will be expected to answer questions posed by those interested in the event, to greet event attendees, as possible, and to make all attendees feel welcome to the event. Hosts must alert the Organizer of any concerns about the conduct of the Meetup event and its participants, especially the failure by any Member to abide by the conduct expected and outlined in the Liability Waiver section.

Liability Waiver
I am happy to have you join us on our Meetup events. By signing up for a “Conroe Harley-Davidson” event you are agreeing to the terms of the Liability Waiver in this section of this Meetup and will conduct yourself in a way that is mindful and considerate of the health, safety, and welfare of yourself and other participants in the Conroe Harley-Davidson Meetup activity.


I understand that during my participation in the CONROE HARLEY-DAVIDSON MEETUP GROUP, I may be exposed to a variety of hazards and risks, foreseen or unforeseen, which are inherent in each Outing and cannot be eliminated. These inherent risks include, but are not limited to, the dangers of serious personal injury, property damage, and death (“Injuries and Damages”) from exposure to the hazards of motorcycling and travel and the MEETUP GROUP has not tried to contradict or minimize my understanding of these risks. I know that Injuries and Damages can occur by natural causes or activities of other persons, animals, trip members, Organizer or third parties, either as a result of negligence or because of other reasons. I understand that risks of such Injuries and Damages are involved in a variety of this group's activities both indoor and outdoor, and I appreciate that I may have to exercise extra care for my own person and for others around me in the face of such hazards. I further understand that on Outings there may not be rescue or medical facilities or expertise necessary to deal with the Injuries and Damages to which I may be exposed.

In consideration for my acceptance as a participant on Outings, and the services and amenities to be provided by the MEETUP GROUP in connection with any Outing, I confirm my understanding that:

· I have read any rules and conditions applicable to the Outing made available to me; I will pay any costs and fees for the Outing; and I acknowledge my participation is at the discretion of the Organizer.

· I acknowledge that I have joined this group on my own free will and understand that membership is voluntary and expressly waive any and all such claims against each and every other member in the group, including without limitation any and all claims against the group organizer and event hosts.

· Any Outing officially begins and ends at the location(s) designated by the Group organizer. The Outing does not include carpooling, transportation, or transit to and from the Outing, and I am personally responsible for all risks associated with this travel.

· If I decide to leave early and not to complete the Outing as planned, I assume all risks inherent in my decision to leave and waive all liability against the MEETUP GROUP and its Organizer arising from that decision. Likewise, if the Organizer has concluded the Outing and I decide to go forward without the leader, I assume all risks inherent in my decision to go forward and waive all liability against the MEETUP GROUP and its Organizer arising from that decision.

· This Agreement is intended to be as broad and inclusive as is permitted by law. If any provision or any part of any provision of this Agreement is held to be invalid or legally unenforceable for any reason, the remainder of this Agreement shall not be affected thereby and shall remain valid and fully enforceable.

· To the fullest extent allowed by law, I agree to WAIVE, DISCHARGE CLAIMS, AND RELEASE FROM LIABILITY this MEETUP GROUP, its Organizer, agents, and leaders from any and all liability on account of, or in any way resulting from Injuries and Damages, even if caused by negligence of the MEETUP GROUP, its Organizer, officers,, agents, and leaders, in any way connected with any Outing. I further agree to HOLD HARMLESS the MEETUP GROUP, its Organizes, agents, and leaders from any claims, damages, injuries or losses caused by my own negligence while a participant on the outing. I understand and intend that this assumption of risk and release is binding upon my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, and includes any minors accompanying me on the Outing.


· I am experienced in and familiar with the operation of motorcycles and fully understand the risks and dangers inherent in motorcycling. I am voluntarily participating in the Outing and I expressly agree to assume the entire risk of any accidents or personal injury, including death, which I might sustain to my person and property as a result of my participation in the Outing, and any negligence (except willful neglect) on the part of any or all of the Organizers.

· By participating in these Outings, I certify that I have read this document in its entirety and I freely and voluntarily assume all risks of such Injuries and damages associated with participating in the events offered by this group. I further certify that I am not relying on any statements or representations made by the “RELEASED PARTIES.”

October Ride to Big Bend!


It's official! We're heading to Big Bend October 11 - 18th!

A little about our travel style, for those that haven’t traveled with our group before;

We’re going to take the most scenic route, which is rarely the fastest route. We like to take photos, see local attractions, eat good food and enjoy ourselves. Most days we ride around 250 miles. We aren’t big partiers, but we try to stay at hotels with nearby restaurants and bars that we can walk to at the end of the riding day, and share a few beverages and swap stories. If this sounds like you’re style, please join us for a fantastic trip!

Below are the dates and hotels where we'll be staying. We have rooms blocked at the Chiso's Lodge, which is the only lodge inside the Big Bend National Park! Also at the newly renovated Indian Lodge in the Fort Davis State Park. October is a peak month to visit and rooms book FAST so I suggest booking these ASAP, if you plan to go.

I will post a more detailed itinerary when we get a little closer, but this trip has been planned to capture the very best of this region and allow time to fully experience it. We will cover all of the best roads, eat and drink at the legendary locations and allow time for a bit of hiking, river rafting, Jeep or ATV touring, or zip lining if you're seeking some adventure. If that's not you're thing, no problem! We'll also be traveling on the most scenic roads and stopping at a few historical attractions.

Hotel Information:

10/11 8:30AM KSU Montgomery to Uvalde Approx 300 Miles
(No rooms blocked – make individual reservations at hotel of choice. These are neighboring hotels with a couple of restaurants nearby.)
Lodging Options: Hampton Inn 2714 E Main St (830)[masked]
Holiday Inn Express 2801 E Main St (830)[masked]

10/12 8:30AM KSU Uvalde to Big Bend Approx 300 Miles
Lodging: Chisos Mountain Lodge (432)[masked]
Block of (8) rooms under “Conroe Harley-Davidson” group 2 Nights
(1) Emory Peak Room – 1 King bed $156 + tax
(7) Casa Grande Rooms – 2 double beds $166 + tax
*This is the ONLY lodge inside the park and books quickly!

10/14 KSU TBD Chisos Mountain Lodge to Marfa
Lodging: Riata Inn Marfa (432)[masked]
Block of (8) rooms under “Conroe Harley-Davidson” group 1 Night
King or 2 Queens $99

10/15 KSU TBD Marfa to Fort Davis
Lodging: Indian Lodge (512)[masked]
Block of (10) rooms under “Conroe Harley-Davidson” group resv #[masked] Nights 2 Queen Rooms $105 1 King Room $125

*This park lodge also books very quickly! Please reserve ASAP!!!

10/17 8:30AM KSU Fort Davis to Uvalde Approx 300 Miles
(No rooms blocked – make individual reservations at hotel of choice. These are neighboring hotels with a couple of restaurants nearby.)
Lodging Options: Hampton Inn 2714 E Main St (877)[masked]
Holiday Inn Express 2801 E Main St (830)[masked]

10/18 8:30 KSU Uvalde to Montgomery

More details will follow soon. Feel free to message, text, call or email Wendee with any questions or suggestion. Thanks! (281)[masked] [masked]

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