What is it like to ride coast-to-coast on a 1914 Harley-Davidson motorcycle at a top speed of 25 miles per hour on today’s roads?
Over 16 days in Sept. of 2010, Bill Rodencal, Harley-Davidson Museum Motorcycle Restorer joined 70 other antique motorcycle racers from Kitty Hawk, NC, to Santa Monica, CA, to find out.
On October 22, Bill will share stories from his cross-country adventure at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee.
Hosted by Jim Fricke, H-D Museum Curatorial Director, the program will photographs of Bill’s experiences, and the motorcycles, people and places of this amazing journey.
Admission to the event is $8 per person for Museum Members, $10 per person for non-Members. For more information, see h-d.com/museum.
Also, here’s video with Bill Rodencal, H-D Museum Archives Motorcycle Restorer and Conservator.
In this clip, Bill talks about his 1914 Harley-Davidson 10-B motorcycle, the bike he eventually rode this September in the 3,300 mile coast-to-coast Cannonball endurance race.Google+