Motorcycle Types Cruiser Harley Museum Commemorative 110th Rivet Available Now

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 h-dmuseum.com/110rivet.

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