From Sturgis To Milwaukee. An August To Remember.

The Sturgis rally is about to start (officially August 4-10) and when it’s over many of you are going to head to Milwaukee to celebrate Harley 105th Anniversary (from August 17 to 27). What a month! Painter David Uhl who is writing motorcycle history with his brushes just released “An august To Remember” featuring an old timer biker front of Mount Rushmore getting ready to ride from the Black Hills to Milwaukee, but not before attaching a 105th pin to his leather jacket. In David’s words, “In the spirit of the 100th anniversary and my old friend “the Witness”, I present a portrait of a breed of rider that is becoming increasingly more rare. His home and garage are one and the same.  This man never misses a rally or a reason to hit the open road.  He has collected so many bikes/parts over the decades that he can literally create a scooter  with roots spanning thirty years”  Hand signed Canvas Giclee Prints with certificates of authenticity can be ordered directly from the Master at the Gold Dust Casino in Deadwood during the rally, or through his website. David Uhl Studios

1 Response to “From Sturgis To Milwaukee. An August To Remember.”

  1. 1 rodent Jul 28th, 2008 at 7:20 pm

    They’re taking a whole pie and cutting in two during a ressesion

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