Milwaukee, Wisc. during a Harley-Davidson rally is a magical place. It's the home to a celebration of a brand that has been around for 110 years and has created a following you can only describe as a family. Even for those who are too young to drive or those who know nothing about riding a motorcycle, there is something for everybody. And that all starts with the Harley-Davidson museum, an enormous shrine dedicated to the evolution that has taken place in the motor company's bumpy path. 

If you aren't able to get to Milwaukee, or just won't be going until the next birthday bash in five years, we have you covered. We were able to walk the rubbered floors and snap some of the most incredible bikes we've ever seen, including the oldest Harley-Davidson in the world (Serial One), Evel Knievel's bikes, H-D bicycles and scooters, and the most recent addition: the tsunami H-D. Browse the 

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