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PLAYBOY ASIA - Cybergirl Jeana Turner has us seeing red in this gorgeous pictorial from photographer Holly Randall.

All done up in a white button-up blouse, white silk gloves and black stockings, Jeana sets her aim and takes a shot at the French maid look – but if you ask her, it’s what’s under the outfit that counts.

“To be honest, being a Playboy model hasn’t always been my goal,” she says. “For a long time, I told myself that I wouldn’t pose nude – but Playboy is so classy and tasteful, and I’m all about that.”

As she undresses for Randall’s camera, her long legs even longer in a pair of thigh-high leather boots, we’ve got to admit that whatever she’s about, we can’t get enough of the beautiful, natural Jeana Turner.

“I’m black, white, Native American and Filipino,” she says. “Some might call my look 'intimidating’, but I prefer ‘versatile’. A lot of girls don’t look like me, and a lot of girls wouldn’t pose nude. How’s that for unique?”


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PLAYBOY ASIA - Aja Marie has some serious Southern flair in this outdoor set from photographer Cassandra Keyes. All done up in a crop top and cutoffs, Aja surveys her territory with a smile. It’s another beautiful day in the country, and she’s undoubtedly a very beautiful girl.

“I love feeling sexy in front of the camera,” says Aja, who grew up on the east coast of Florida. With all the time she’s spent bikinied on the beach, she had no problem stripping down for the camera.

“I’m very fit and athletic,” she says. “I really love my lower back. I can arch it really well!” For emphasis, she pulls down her shorts and panties, showing off her tight, toned behind.

For the record, that booty is the result of a flourishing acrobatics career that sees Aja Marie pulling some incredible aerial stunts. “Shooting these photos has been a really incredible opportunity for me,” says Aja.

“I’ve spent a lot of time in front of the camera to get to this point!” Get straight to the point with Cybergirl Aja Marie, only on Playboy.


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Written by John Scott Lewinski

Harley-Davidson makes a lot of money off of its past, but the future demands it must turn onto a strange, unpaved road. As America’s biggest motorcycle manufacturer turns 115 years old, it doesn’t strain the art of metaphor too heavily to say the company is at a crossroads.

While most of its overall income still flows from older, well-heeled riders who can afford H-D’s  comfort-centric bikes, developing demographics and cultural trends make it clear Harley must evolve or become roadkill. So, the company needs to please its aging, dwindling but well-funded crop of veteran customers with one hand while grooming new products and concepts to attract younger riders with the other.

Early autumn weather greeted the Orange and Black as it offered the assembled motorcycle media a firsthand look at just how it plans to manage its temporal juggling act between the steady money of the past and economic demands of days inbound. Harley-Davidson’s 115th anniversary celebration kicked off earlier this year in Prague for the European faithful, but the party came home to Harley’s hometown of Milwaukee the last week of August.

A party took over a city of more than 600,000 people with a mix of denim, leather and rattling engine noise. From the shores of Lake Michigan to the domain of dairy farms, special events and concerts brought riders from across the United States, and around the world, together to celebrate the metal and memories of their two-wheeled love affairs.

There’s still plenty of horsepower in the Bar and Shield’s cultural following. According to the tourism stats at VISIT Milwaukee, the four day #HD115 weekend brought more than 150,000 riders to the city, with an economic impact of more than $95 million. However, there was more than a touch of gray around most of the venues to go along with a bit of cosplay as many of the enthusiasts are looking a little long in the handlebars to pull of the badass biker vibe. While there were still a handful of dyed in the leather motorcycle gangs throwing back Black Jack here and there, the neutral observer expected to see a lot of the revving revelers in MKE return to their dentist officers, accountancy firms and assisted living apartments when they took off the cowhide vests and chaps.

As though acknowledging that reality, the company showed off two new bike designs that point toward what its factories simply must build more of in the future. First, there’s the 2019 FXDR 114—a stark design departure for H-D and a look ahead to models based more on speed, performance and fun. Christened a “power cruiser,” the FXDR employs the Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine with a sleek body design made of weight-cutting aluminum and new composite components.

The 2019 FXDR 114

Though it fits in the Softail family, FXDR 114 engineering emerged out of its company’s Screamin’ Eagle Drag Racing garage. And, its visual departure from Harley’s older bikes reveals how a focus on performance and modern aesthetics changed how this new machine presents itself. While the classic Harley-Davidson is big, wide and upright, the FXDR 114 is compact, sleek and lower to the ground. While the traditional Harley is made of black leather and chrome, the FXDR 114’s new materials give it a more modern, techie aura.

One look reveals bigger air intakes and exhaust with size contrasts between the front and rear wheels. The rider sits lower with the legs angled more forward while looking at entirely digital gauges and instrumentation. The feel of the bike is lighter, more nimble and responsive—a seismic leap away from the hulking, car-on-two-wheel look of Harley-Davidson’s traditional high-end touring models. While long hauls would prove uncomfortable on a FXDR114, a rip around the city or a track would be infinitely more entertaining. That’s who the new bike is aimed squarely at as it rolls off the line—younger, city-based riders looking for lighter, quicker transportation with some visual flair. That flair starts just a tick north of $21,000—a hefty price tag for any urban motorcycle. The future isn’t getting cheaper out of Milwaukee, but the FXDR 114 will definitely catch the eye for that money.

An even bigger jump into the future was on display at Harley’s event HQ, offering everyone in attendance a look at the Livewire, the company’s first electric motorcycle and the initial model in an oncoming line of similar machines. Word of the Livewire hit in 2014 as Harley-Davidson built a set of 50 public prototypes. You maybe caught sight of one under Scarlett Johansson’s leather clad hinder in Marvel’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron. From there, H-D went about the country showing the Livewire to enthusiasts and inviting them to give the early builds a test run. Engineers and designers gathered up the collected data and varied opinions and ran it all back to Milwaukee to build the mix into the official motorcycle coming to dealerships in 2019.

A true sports bike that looks nothing like the “Sportsters” already tucked into Harley’s current line, the rider straddles, more than sits, on a Livewire. With an electric motor replacing a fossil fuel V-Twin, the clutch disappears. The rider is left with a typical twist-and-go throttle with very atypical speed.

This new age of electrified transportation brings with it immediate torque. Ye olde engines needed the piston system of “suck, squeeze, bang, blow” to build up enough power and get the wheels turning. There’s no such momentum party needed with the Livewire. All those electrons answer the call immediately and the wheels will get up to speed as fast as their attached rubber and the road surface allows. All that speed comes with only a faint whine and the sound of wind caressing your helmet, so addicts to that patented H-D engine cacophony have to adjust the senses.

The riding experience is thrilling and addictive. Even a motorcycle veteran needs to get a handle on throttle control. A Livewire goes when you hit the power and slows to a stop when you take it away. Any gas bike would the same, but not with the same immediacy. The electric machine’s “twist and go” feel makes braking less necessary when coming to a stop as a cut to the electricity lulls the motor. After a few miles, the joys of such a system become clear.

The 2019 Livewire.

If you ride a Livewire long enough, getting back on a gasoline-powered bike might prove a letdown. In the sometimes odd world of H-D lovers, that thrill of raw, immediate and nimble speed might prove unwelcome. The traditional Harley biker likes to lean back, hang his or her arms off the gorilla bars and cruise in padded-butt comfort. That’s not the Livewire vibe. It’s all about leaning forward, hunkering down over what used to be the gas tank and flying.

So, the first electric Harley could be polarizing for the faithful. The old guard’s arthritis won’t let them grind into a Livewire’s body even if they accept it into their hearts. Regardless, come #HD120 in 2023, there will be an entire Livewire family of electric motorcycles sparking through the streets of Beer Town.

Even amidst the introductions of the revolutionary FXDR 114 and Livewire, the minds behind Harley-Davidson remembered they have to keep their traditional customers happy. For a make specializing in big, comfortable, equipped motorcycles, their CVO (Custom Vehicle Operations) group represent the biggest, the most comfortable and premium equipped models available.

For 2019, Harley-Davidson evolved their CVO selections to be more sophisticated, less noisy and much more technically advanced. The star of this show is the new BOOM! Box GTS infotainment system. Utilizing an easily read, full-color touch screen that works with gloves and in any weather, BOOM! Box plays stereo music for all the world to hear while offering an easy-to-use SatNav system for clear directions or for saving favorite ride routes. A wireless headset designed to cooperate with a full face helmet adds communication and voice command technology.

The CVO riding experience is classic touring Harley, offering physical ease on long rides for a price tag that can climb well above $40,000 —depending on model, trim level and accessories. While the FXDR and Livewire put riders more in touch with the road at speed, the CVOs elevate the owner above the fray so he or she can walk away from the bike without aches and pains.

The overall motorcycle market will continue to change over the coming years, heavily influenced by socio-economic factors largely out of Harley-Davidson’s control. How the company continues to predict and adjust to that future with ever-evolving additions and refinements to its line will decide how big a celebration Milwaukee might see when its iron horses turn 125, 150 or 200 years old. (Playboy)
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PLAYBOY ASIA - Cybergirl Cindie Louu gets down with her bad self in this hot, hot set from photographer Jennifer Vaughn.

In a figure-hugging dress, her golden hair tumbling over her shoulders, Cindie doesn’t need anyone else to have fun—though if the right guy came along, she wouldn’t mind one bit. “I can go anywhere and have an awesome time,” says Cindie.

“There really isn’t a typical night out with me. I like to change it up. I’ve yet to find the right guy to go out with, but I love the idea of being in love, and I’d love to be with someone who’s a good fit for me.”

Slipping out of her clothes and into the nude, Cindie shows herself off for the camera, showing us just how much fun a smart, funny (and of course, smoking hot) girl can be. Go for the gold with Cindie Louu, right here on Playboy.


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PLAYBOY ASIA - Amateur Jeana Turner shines bright in this set from photographer Holly Randall.

With her tawny brown hair, green eyes and fine features, Jeana is a truly natural beauty, and in a lace-trimmed bra and panties, she’s much, much more than the sum of her parts.

“For a long time, I swore to myself that I’d never pose nude,” she says. “I’m proud of my body and all that it has to offer, and I think Playboy is such a great way to show it off.

Posing nude is so liberating, and I couldn’t be happier to be part of the Playboy family!” The feeling is mutual, Miss Turner – and if we may say so, we’re pretty big fans of your body, too.

“I love my curves,” says Jeana. “I’m more of a jeans and T-shirt kind of girl, but underneath my clothes, I’ve got a booty like you’ve never seen!”


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PLAYBOY ASIA - Cybergirl Aja Marie shows off her booty in this set from photographer Cassandra Keyes. Clad in nothing but a sundress and red leather cowgirl boots, dark-haired Aja is bringing it home on the range.

“This was a fun shoot,” says Aja. “It was kind of an all-American country style, and I think these photos are super sexy and cute!”

Aja slips out of her dress, leaving nothing but the cowgirl boots, and those leave very, very little to the imagination – we had no trouble conjuring images of Aja in any number of revealing positions.

“In the bedroom, I love it when a partner is sensual,” she explains. “Foreplay is definitely essential. And by the way, guys – I prefer my sex pleasurable, so it’s not about how big it is, it’s about how you use it!”

We see big things for Cybergirl Aja Marie, right here on Playboy.


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PLAYBOY ASIA - Cybergirl Cindie Louu is all tied up in this hot set from photographer Jennifer Vaughn. In little more than a white button-up shirt, Cindie’s mixing business and pleasure.

Her sex-kittenish looks and playful personality are definitely a winning combination. “This was my favorite set we shot,” says Cindie.

“By the end of the day, I wasn’t nervous at all, and this menswear look was really sexy. I got to play with the tie, and it was so much fun.”

Up next, Cindie is hoping to do more work with Playboy, spreading the message that all women’s bodies are beautiful. “I wanted to be a Playboy model to show everyone that Asian girls can do Playboy, too,” says Cindie.

“I mean, why not—we’re hot! Playboy celebrates the beauty of all women.” Tie one on with the sensuous Cindie Louu, right here on Playboy.