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2008 Harley-Davidson 105th Anniversary Photo Gallery
The Harley Owners Group celebrated 25 years with a doozy of a party.
2008 Harley-Davidson 105th Anniversary
This guy should have entered his tattoo work in the Wall of Ink.
It was hot and humid so cold drinks were in high demand.
Stunt rider Bubba Blackwell lit it up for an appreciative crowd.
What would a rally be without a good ride-in bike show? Here's a blue ribbon-winning Sportster.
Bubba Blackwell wowed the crowd when he wheelied this big bagger.
The scream of a chainsaw attracted crowds to the chainsaw carving competition at the H.O.G. party.
They start 'em young in Milwaukee. Here a future Harley rider turns laps.
It was a carnival-like atmosphere at the 25th H.O.G. party.
Revelers showed off their tattoo work at the Wall of Ink.
The H.O.G. Party took place in the shadow of Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers.
This partying pooch was aptly named 'Milwaukee.'
Karen Davidson gets ready to strap on her helmet for a ride with Willie G.
What would a Harley party be without the venerable Willie G.
Willie G. and his hottie get ready to roll out.
Thousands of Harley-Davidsons stretched out as far as the eye could see.
H.O.G. members from around the globe converged on Miller Park for a fun-filled day of festivities.
Joan Jett can still rock a crowd.
Can you spot the Foo Fighter in this picture? David Grohl stopped by the street party to check out the Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.
Music is everywhere in Milwaukee. Tea Leaf Green plays a free gig on an outdoor stage at a street party Thursday night.
At the 25th H.O.G. Anniversary celebration, worn leather vests adorned with patches and pins were proper attire.
A steady stream of entertainment filled two separate stages. Here Billy Bob Thornton belts out a tune,
There's 105 flags, if you're counting.
Do you think this owner is a Jimmy Buffet fan?
The Hillclimber statue was donated to the museum by the Davidson family.
The unmistakable red brick buildings of Juneau and a sign welcome riders home.
Sometimes I just had to stop and break out the camera when I came across someone with a killer paint job.
Do you think The Motor Company might have a few fans?
There were high 5's flying right and left.
This guy unabashedly shows off his love of Harley-Davidson and the love of his country.
We could hear the parade long before we saw the bikers.
Arlen Ness never fails to astound with his innovative frame designs.
This belonged to a gal named Miss Kitty. M-e-o-w.
Old world architecture abounds in Milwaukee.
The American flag flew proudly at the parade.
Rev it up? Like Harley riders need much incentive.
The Harley-Davidson 105th Anniversary parade was a roaring success.
Riders checked out the Rivet Wall on the grounds of the museum.
This is the only motorcycle Harley-Davidson will allow me to test these days.
The design of the exterior of the Harley-Davidson Museum is very industrial.
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