|A few local riders getting ready to a take of the museum.|
Inside the museum you are greeting by a large photo of the original Harley-Davidson shop and a few relics from the store. Once you head upstairs you get to experience the collection.
The Harley-Davidson company has accumulated an amazing collection of bikes because of great planning. They made sure to keep a model from every year of production.
Notice the floor? The 10' X 15' space that is marked off is the size of the original Harley Davidson shop.
|1936 Harley-Davidson Factory Streamliner|
|An Evel Knievel bike and a few other specialty cycles|
|The gas tank wall showcases tank colors and options through the years.|
|1942 WLA Bobber|
|1941 King Kong Harley Davidson|
The museum highlights the design process that goes into developing and building not just a logo for a Harley, but the entire motorcycle.
|Evel Knievel, a proud Harley rider.|
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Harley-Davidson in 2003, the company has all of its 6,000 employees at the time sign this 2003 Ultra Classic Electra Glide. The components of the bike were actually removed and shipped to employees around the world to make sure that there were all included in the bike.
|Pictures of Happy Harley-Davidson owners|
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