Harley-Davidson Victorious at Flat-Track Racing
Flat-Track racing used to be huge in this country. A long time ago, before the age of superbikes, MotoGP, and other forms of motorcycle racing, flat-track racing was king.
King Tony and his crew tearing it up at American Eagle Harley Davidson. Enjoy this weeks Tuesday stunts!
A few weeks ago, we told you that one of Marlon Brando’s own personal motorcycles was going to be coming up for auction at Julien’s Hollywood Legends auction in Hollywood. The bike in questions was a 1969 Harley-Davidson FLH Electra-Glide and that Brando actually owned the bike since new.
It would have been fun to film a review on anything with two wheels — Vespas excluded, yuck — but on this bike, with those chrome Harley-Davidson badges proudly thrusting their shimmer forward of my knees, and with those blacked-out touches everywhere else, this review doused ‘Sons of Anarchy’ into my clean-cut (for the most part) life, and that was refreshing.
When one takes on a build, they expect some sort of payoff. Usually that’s is found in the form of the ride itself. After all, it can be truly be rewarding to have one’s bike exactly where they want it to be.