Harley models to be exhibit in Chandler for a day
If you are a very big fan Harley-Davidson, but not only, then you can get a glimpse of some of the company’s history-making motorcycles and memorabilia when a traveling museum makes its only Valley stop Thursday in Chandler.
The exhibitin will be made on a 53-foot semitractor-trailer rig expanded to 20 feet wide at Chandler Harley-Davidson from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. You will got the chance to see trophies, medallions, leather jackets and 10 racing bikes, including a modified street bike dating from 1918.
A veryr rare bike in the museum will be the 1927 Peashooter, ridden in a record-setting 14 championship races in one season in 1935.
The museum, which will stop at 270 dealerships this year, also will stop in Tucson and Bellemont, Ariz.
Source: AZ Central