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Harley-Davidson Invades Austin X-Games 2014 Photo Gallery
Harley-Davidson had a prime location for its booth inside the Grand Plaza Entrance at the Austin X Games, enticing would-be buyers with eye candy like the Sportster Seventy-Two.
Hot on the heels of the release of its Street 750, Harley-Davidson made its presence felt at the inaugural Austin X Games 2014.
Just like motorcycling, the athletes of the Summer X Games pull off insane stunts on two wheels. Major props to the BMX riders competing in the Vert final - go big or go home!
Part of Harley's X Games strategy in Austin was to surround its booth with honeys like this to attract some of those single 18-34 year-old-males that make up its primary demographic.
The Summer X Games made its first successful visit to Austin, Texas, with Circuit of the Americas hosting many of its events.
The crowd for the BMW and skateboard Vert finals stretched for blocks down Congress Avenue Thursday night.
Even though the first Street 750s have yet to hit the streets, Harley has already customized a few to demonstrate its potential.
GNC Flat Track champ and Harley-Davidson Screamin' Eagle factory rider Brad 'The Bullet' Baker was at Harley's X Games booth signing autographs for fans and promoting #xgamesflattrack as well.
Harley-Davidson banners and signage were everywhere at the 2014 Austin X Games.
Nightlife at the X Games was a show in itself, and the robot @ThatJRay was a big hit with the crowd.
The stands were packed at the Austin X Games and it was only 11:30 in the morning. Harley sees plenty of potential customers in the crowd.
Like skateboard vert, flat track racing features highly skilled athletes who put it all on the line for the sports that they love.
Bobbed and ready for hoppin' around town solo-style, this custom Harley Street 750 looks like one fun ride.
Are we looking at the future of flat track racing for Harley-Davidson? The Street 750-based flat tracker attracted plenty of attention at the 2014 Austin X Games.
The Austin X Games features some of the best two-wheeled talent around, which makes us think flat track would be a natural fit.
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