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Bill Rodencal on Harley-Davidson Museum Untold Stories

What is it like to ride coast-to-coast on a 1914 Harley-Davidson motorcycle at a top speed of 25 miles per hour on today’s roads? Over 16 days in September, Bill Rodencal, Harley-Davidson Museum Motorcycle Restorer/Conservator, joined 70 other antique motorcycle racers from Kitty Hawk, NC, to Santa Monica, CA, to find out.

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What is it like to ride coast-to-coast on a 1914 Harley-Davidson motorcycle at a top speed of 25 miles per hour on today’s roads? Over 16 days in September, Bill Rodencal, Harley-Davidson Museum Motorcycle Restorer/Conservator, joined 70 other antique motorcycle racers from Kitty Hawk, NC, to Santa Monica, CA, to find out.

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On October 22, Rodencal will share stories from his cross-country adventure at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee. Hosted by Jim Fricke, H-D Museum Curatorial Director, the program will feature Bill’s experiences and photographs of the motorcycles, people and places of this amazing journey.

Admission to the event is $8 per person for Museum Members, $10 per person for non-Members. For more information, see h-d.com/museum.

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