I love Harley Davidson bikes; they have a stunning masculine look and are very powerful machines too. And to add spunk to your summer, the Harley Davidson style, head over to the Harley-Davidson Museum. The motorcycle giants an all set to open a vault for a new summer exhibit that will feature all the concepts that didn’t make it to production. Tagged as the “Collection X: Weird, Wild Wonders of the Harley-Davidson Museum,” you can also take a look at “20th-century industrial motors for machines other than bikes”, and bikes that are odd yet significant to the brand’s growth process over the years. The exhibit’s major highlight is the all-leather chopper from Red Moon, a crazy leather Japan-based company known for its leather-clad machines.
Crafted in 2000, the handmade red leather-clad chopper was created to celebrate 10 years of Red Moon’s existence. The chopper is, in fact, a ¾-scale model that sports wheels, frame, headlight, spark plug boots, chain, fuel valve, even the tools in the tool bag in leather. When there, check out the Cyclone Motor-Sled, tagged Pop’s Trolle apart from unusual riding accessories like old-time goggles and helmets.
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