Harley-Davidson Weber Q 1200 | Special Edition Grill
Here’s a tasty cross-brand special edition product. Harley-Davidson and Weber, two iconic American brands that thrive in the summer, have teamed up to create the a Harley-Davidson edition of the Weber Q 1200 Grill. Is the 1200 a nod to the Sportster 1200 series? Well, no, but feel free to pretend it is.Far more high-tech than the old charcoal grill many people associate with Weber, the Harley-Davidson Weber 1200 grill cooks with gas—propane gas, rather than high octane gasoline—and has features such as electronic ignition. Sound familiar?
The lid and body are cast aluminum, with a fiberglass-reinforced frame. Inside, there’s a porcelain-enameled cast-iron grill with a 189 square inch capacity. The Weber Q is suitable for grilling all the good stuff we like—steaks, chicken, ribs, burgers, and kabobs. Yes, it will also do vegetables. Weber claims you can even grill pizza with the Weber Q 1200 grill, but we’d prefer to use our Ducati oven.Other features include a thermometer that is built into the lid, unstepped burner adjustment, and consistent heat across the grilling grate. At full throttle, the Harley-Davidson Weber Q 1200 grill pumps out 8500 BTUs every hour. Check with Hank Hill at Strickland Propane for propane and propane accessories.The Harley-Davidson Weber Q 1200 grill runs $249, about one percent of the price of an Electra Glide Ultra Classic. Fire ‘er up!
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In this week’s first segment, Editor Don Williams takes the smallest BMW ADV bike on an urban adventure in Los Angeles. The BMW G 310 GS is a full size motorcycle with a modest engine, so of course we wonder if it is a little too underpowered and might struggle. Don put it through its paces and gives us his take.
In the second segment, Neale Bayly and Kiran Ridley have returned from the Ukraine to Paris where Kiran is based.
Kiran is an award winning photojournalist, and as an accomplished documentarian, he has covered stories as diverse as drug smuggling around the Mexican border, to the devastation of the Australian Bush Fires, to the tragedy of the Mediterranean migration crisis. Neale and Kiran reminisce about their motorcycle adventure in the Ukraine, and their observations and experiences with the incredibly resilient people of Ukraine, who have been put through such brutal hardship.