Stopped in at the Museum on Friday and Celebrated their 10th Anniversary.
There's an incredible amount of information and bikes!
Saw the Wall of Death exhibit. Those guys are brothers, and they're carrying on a great tradition.
Spoke with one of them after the last show. He said they pull a little over 2 Gs and ride at all the bike events across the country.
It was also the 70th Anniversary of the Panhead. At bike nite there were over 300 Panheads.
I've never seen that many pans in my life. There were some really nice scoots there, and a few were nicely dolled-up with old emblems and trinkets.
Really cool nostalgic character!
Food was good at the Garage, and parking lot was filled with
edit: the bummer was that the steel toe tour was closed because they're starting up the '19 assembly lines...
'18 FLTRX • '04 BAR HOPPER • '94 FLSTC • THE BEST BIKE ...is the one you're on!!!