Harleywood At The Harley-Davidson Museum

harleymuseumSymbol of rebellion, passion, heroism, and good ol’ American rock ‘n’ roll Hollywood loves to associate its heroes and heartthrobs with motorcycles. The Wild One, starring Marlon Brando, cemented the public’s fascination with the biker rebel image and put the motorcycle on the map when it came to Hollywood films. Beginning this friday February 12  until March 14 the Harley-Davidson Museum is rolling out the red carpet for some very special guest appearances as it showcases “Harleys & Hollywood,” an exclusive, limited-time exhibit. On stage, some of the famous Hollywood motorcycles that have defined pop culture over the years. Bikes on display include those seen in the films G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Star Trek, and Wild Hogs, as well as some owned by stars Clark Gable, Steve McQueen, Ludacris, and Jesse James. More info at Harley-Davidson Museum.

4 Responses to “Harleywood At The Harley-Davidson Museum”

  1. 1 ROCKSTAR Feb 9th, 2010 at 11:06 pm

    2 bad the Indy Jones bike was an evo

  2. 2 Boss Hawg Feb 10th, 2010 at 12:48 pm

    It’s all good for the industry. Some do, but most of you here have no idea of retail adverts. When another promotes, no matter what the product is, it helps all sell and makes it market driven.

    Boss Hawg

  3. 3 cwglide Feb 10th, 2010 at 1:33 pm

    Right on, no such thing as bad publicity. Look what the Governator did for the Fatboy in Terminator movie. There was a line that Peter Fonda said at the end of the Wild Hogs movie that stuck in my mind; “Why do you think I don’t wear the colors, Jack? Why do you think I ride alone? ‘Cause you don’t know about it anymore. I think you all oughta get back on your bikes and go out and ride the highway until you remember what riding’s all about.”

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