Harley Davidson began in the basement of one of the founder's mother's home and quickly moved to a 10x15 foot shed before taking over the motorcycle world. They began as little more than a bicycle company with motors; went on to board racing on velodromes; became the choice motorcycle during World War II; optimized an era of hill climbing machines; were the outlaw's mode of transport and finally morphed into everything that represents freedom.
I found myself in the museum without my normal camera, so I thought I would see what an IPhone could do.
The Harley Davidson Museum:
The oldest Harley Davidson Motorcycle left - serial number 1.
A 1903 glorified bicycle that made an empire.
Harley-Davidson gains steam during the teens.
The tear drop tank optimizes Harley-Davidson for years.
Blazing ahead at 80 miles to the gallon.
Spinning with that Harley sound.
Easy Rider - The Ultimate symbol of freedom.