H-D Ridebook: A Riding Manual of Motorcycle Lifestyle
Highlighting passion and creativity from independent musicians, filmmakers, writers and photographers, the Harley-Davidson Ridebook is the source for authentic interactive insight into the motorcycle lifestyle.
The latest Ridebook chapter is a video and essay on the Prohibition Tour curated by musician Butch Walker. Accompanied by a few friends, including Carlo Mondavi of the renowned winemaking family, Walker chronicles a Pacific Coast Harley ride that left sunny L.A., pushed through wicked rain in Big Sur and ended in serene vineyards and a most gratifying gig in Napa Valley.Butch Walker says: “I’m seldom certain what in life we’ve earned, versus what we’ve been given. But I do know that on the Prohibition Tour, we savored every last drop of goodness because of an appreciation forged on the frigid, wet ribbon of highway that brought us there.”Past Harley-Davidson Ridebook installments include filmmaker Oscar Zamala’s profile of a traditional Brooklyn barbershop specializing in 1950s-era haircuts and rare motorcycle memorabilia, The Selvedge Yard’s inside look at the cultural impact of Harley-Davidson, and Scott Toepfer’s ride to the infamous ghost town of Bodie, Calif.The Ridebook is a featured app on Harley-Davidson’s Facebook page with 3.7 million fans, more than half under the age of 35.Find the Ridebook online by clicking here
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