July 12th. Harley-Davidson Museum Is Open To The Public.

Next time you are in Milwaukee you are going to visit it. Me too. Because if I am in this business, it’s first because I fell in love with a Harley and the intense desire I got to ride it. I don’t belong to the category of those stating “Fxxk The Factory”. Will never, although I don’t have to agree with all Harley decisions and enterprises. Anyway, Harley-Davidson has now it’s own church that non-riders will also visit, an aspect I see as a huge benefit to our motorcycle industry as a whole. I will not be interested in stopping by front of replicas of the Easy Rider or Eveil Knievel bikes, but traveling 105 years of Harley-Davidson history and models in one day is a must for anyone with a 2-wheel passion. I may see you there in August. Harley-Davidson Museum. 

3 Responses to “July 12th. Harley-Davidson Museum Is Open To The Public.”

  1. 1 Dan Jul 12th, 2008 at 1:30 pm

    Should be a very good source of income for HD and the city.

  2. 2 Kephas Jul 13th, 2008 at 9:37 am

    The AMA in Columbus, Ohio has an awesome museum that celebrates 2 wheel history. I’m looking forward to my visit to the HD museum.

  3. 3 Rainbow Warrior Jul 13th, 2008 at 5:39 pm

    I am stoked. This ought to be worth a trip.

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