Harley museum

So… While in Milwaukee, we stopped and did the Harley museum tour.

It was pretty epic.

Normally I can’t really get interested in Harley’s.

Anyway… The Harley museum was sick and I loved a lot of the stock looking ones from the 50-80’s.

The sportster xr 750 and 1000 stand out to me. They’re badass. One of the reasons I like them so much is because they’re small. 1000cc in the same physical dimensions as my cb450. Now that’s cool.

When I look at all those old Harley’s I’m def into them. Harley did some cool stuff a long time ago.

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