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Milwaukee Bucks mascot, Bango, will install the first LEGO® bricks

WHAT:  The Harley-Davidson Museum® and LEGO® invite all Milwaukeeans to make your mark on a piece of Harley-Davidson history. Visit the H-D Museum on Saturday, Nov. 2 and Sunday, Nov. 3 as a 11-foot-by-4-foot mural is built by you … yes, you! Kids of all ages are welcome to pop into the H-D Museum lobby to snap LEGO bricks into place and help build the mural that will remain on display until spring. *Kids 17 and under will get free admission to the H-D Museum this weekend to help spark those creative juices. Plus, the new Family Fun Guide shines a spotlight on all the kid-friendly fun to be had on campus.

 Media are invited to preview the event on Friday, Nov. 1 at 10 a.m. as Bango gives the mural its first installation, showing Milwaukeeans how they can be a part of this special installation.

WHO:  Milwaukee Bucks Bango will be on hand to install the first bricks of the H-D Museum’s LEGO mystery mural. Representatives from the Harley-Davidson Museum will preview the weekend’s family friendly activities.

WHEN:   Friday, Nov. 1 at 10 AM

WHERE:   Harley-Davidson Museum

400 W Canal St., Milwaukee, WI 53201

PHOTO OPPORTUNITES: Watch as Bango installs the first bricks for the LEGO mystery mural and hear about the H-D Museum’s kid-friendly activities taking place over the weekend.

CONTACT:   For media access contact Tim McCormick at Tim.McCormick@Harley-Davidson.com or 414-534-6180.

*Children under the age of 17 receive FREE admission to the H-D Museum on 11/2/19 & 11/3/19 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. when accompanied by an adult. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY; void where prohibited.  Cannot be redeemed for cash or cash equivalent. Offer not valid on previous visits. Cannot be combined with any other offer, discount or promotion. Offer can be changed at any time without notice. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. ©2019 H-D or its affiliates. Harley-Davidson, H-D, Harley, Harley-Davidson Museum and the Bar & Shield Logo are among the trademarks of H-D U.S.A. LLC. Third-party trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Corbin Donates to Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame

Recently Corbin Saddles of Hollister, Ca. was proud to donate an Eric Herrmann oil on canvas original known as “Blue Springer”. Eric Herrmann and Mike Corbin both hall of fame inductees make the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame the perfect place for this beautiful piece of art to be on display.
“This exquisite piece of motorcycle art was on display in the World Headquarters of Corbin Saddles for several years. We felt it was time to share this for the enjoyment of all motorcyclists for years to come.” said Mike Corbin, President of Corbin Saddles.
For information on the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum, click here.
For information on Eric Herrmann Studios, click here
For information on Corbin Saddles, click here
Corbin World Headquarters
2360 Technology Parkway
Hollister, CA 95023
831-634-1100 Tel | 831-634-1059 Fax
800-538-7035 Toll Free

Spring has sprung at the corner of 6th & Canal as the Harley-Davidson Museum celebrates Milwaukee Day and so much more in April

Milwaukee, USA – April 5, 2019 – Spring and the sounds of Harley-Davidson motorcycles roaring to life are in the air. Now that Milwaukee has awoken from its winter slumber, it’s the perfect time to visit the world’s only Harley-Davidson Museum for unique events, mouthwatering eats and legendary displays. Continue reading Spring has sprung at the corner of 6th & Canal as the Harley-Davidson Museum celebrates Milwaukee Day and so much more in April


Post & Images by Jack McIntyre

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Willie G. Davidson, Myself, and Bill Davidson at the Museum, Photo by Marilyn Stemp

If you know me, personally, I am a huge fan of history, especially Northern European & American Civil & World Wars. However, I am also a huge fan of the Harley-Davidson legacy. Myself like many others, we knew of the families growing up, bought bikes, and lived the dream, but for me it really wasn’t until I watched the movie “Harley & the Davidson’s” that I really understood all that transpired from those early days (1903) until today. Continue reading MY RECENT VISIT TO THE HARLEY-DAVIDSON MUSEUM IN MILWAUKEE