The demo rides – christened ‘Saturday Demo Rides’ – will be taking place in the nearby Menomonee valley starting Saturdays 10-4pm, with “a dozen of the latest and greatest #FreedomMachines from Harley-Davidson, including Touring, Softail® and Sportster® models,” according to H-D’s press release.
“Sign-up is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Riders and passengers must be at least 18 years of age. All riders (and passengers) must wear a helmet, eye protection, shirt, long pants and closed-toe shoes with heel strap. All riders and passengers must bring their own riding gear.”
As if this weren’t enough, every Thursday – starting yesterday – will have free live music at the H-D Museum from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., to complement the rolling art and juicy morsels, with the schedule of vocal talent for Harley’s Bike Night Concert Series as follows:
May 5: Bella Cain
May 12: Big Al Wetzel Band
May 19: Ten Feet Tall
May 26: Mighty Miss Erica
And we can’t leave mom out – if you’re looking for a spot to take your motohead mother on top of all this, Harley has arranged a special experience on May 8, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Perks include ‘touring the collection and campus,’ (spend $150 or more at The Shop and receive a free bracelet), a self-guided audio tour of the H-D Museum (complete with a complimentary carnation for mom and a temporary tattoo for the kids), the tasty offerings at MOTOR® Bar & Restaurant (Bottomless Mimosas for $14.95 or the Bloody Mary Bar for $12.95), and more.
Reservations are encouraged for the restaurant if you’re going to be there for Mother’s Day, so be sure to call in advance at the MOTOR® Bar & Restaurant’s number: 414-287-2778.
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