Weird Wild Wonders of the Harley-Davidson Museum



The Harley-Davidson Museum is opening its vault for a new summer exhibit – “Collection X: Weird Wild Wonders of the Harley-Davidson Museum,” on display through August 21, 2011 in Milwaukee. The major star at the exhibit is this all-leather chopper made in 2000 by Japan’s Red Moon, a company that specializes in leather products. The bike is a ¾-scale replica made entirely of leather, including wheels, frame, headlight, spark plug boots, chain, fuel valve, even the tools in the tool bag.
For more information, see www.h-dmuseum.com

Photos: Kelly Lasky / Courtesy of Harley-Davidson


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