Discovering Hog Heaven—Milwaukee’s Harley-Davidson Museum

Feb 20, 2018

1906 & 1909 Harley-Davidson motorcycles on display at Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Credit Tom Wilmer

Join Jim Fricke, Curatorial Director at the 130,000 square-foot Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin as he shares highlights of the legendary motorcycle’s 117-year history.

The first Harley was introduced in 1903. By 1920 Harley-Davidson was the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer with dealers in 67 countries. Discover how the motorcycle’s role in WWI and WWII propelled the legend of the Harley. 

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