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Harley Museum Commemorative 110th Rivet Available Now

Harley Museum Commemorative 110th Rivet Available Now
Harley Museum Commemorative 110th Rivet Available Now

Harley-Davidson Museum “Living the Legend” Rivets Available

The Harley-Davidson Museum is providing a unique way for enthusiasts and visitors to add their own message to its “Living the Legend” Rivet Wall.

In honor of Harley-Davidson’s 110th anniversary, the Museum launched a commemorative 110th rivet that is available throughout the year and can be customized with a personal message (example above).

All rivets purchased by June 15 will be engraved and installed at the Harley-Davidson Museum in time for the 110th Anniversary Celebration in Milwaukee over Labor Day Weekend. The Rivet Wall is a focal point of the Museum’s 20-acre campus and currently displays personal milestones and memories on more than 4,000 rivets.

Bill Davidson (Vice President of the Harley-Davidson Museum) says: “Every rider and Harley-Davidson enthusiast has a special bond to our brand. “The ‘Living the Legend’ rivet provides a way to memorialize these experiences, which are then placed permanently on the Rivet Wall at the Harley-Davidson Museum.”

The “Living the Legend” rivets are made of a super strong, electro-polished stainless steel and are available in 3-inch and 6-inch sizes. An online visualization tool helps people create and review their message prior to it being manufactured.

The 3-inch rivet is $250, and includes three lines of copy, the etching and installation of the rivet at the Museum. There is also a larger 6-inch version for $1,500 that includes etching and installation, and provides space for four lines of text. All rivets are on a distinctive curved iron wall outside the Harley-Davidson Museum.

For more information about the Museum’s “Living the Legend” program and the special 110th Anniversary rivet, visit

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