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I had a chance to finally meet Sugar Bear in 2003 and I was simply beside myself to be in his presence Download qr code for free.  The things he has been able to achieve and his undying love for his profession and the biker lifestyle is simply unrelenting.  It pleases me again to find that The Factory has chosen him for their lecture series Download movies for free. On Thursday, November 13, at 7 p.m. the Harley-Davidson Museum will present an evening with Sugar Bear as he shares his experiences in the industry, untold stories, rare photos, and home movies of the early days of the chopper scene in his presentation, “Untold Stories of the American Chopper.” 

The evening will include an introduction by Karen Davidson, Director of Harley-Davidson General Merchandise and great-granddaughter of one of the Motor Company founders, and an audience Q&A session, moderated by Jim Fricke, Harley-Davidson Museum Curatorial Director. 
 
In addition, from Thursday, November 6, to Thursday, November 13, one of Sugar Bear’s famous choppers, named “Gorjus,” will be on display in the Harley-Davidson Museum lobby.

Reservations to attend are required and space is limited. The event is free to Harley-Davidson Museum members and $10 for the general public. Reservations and tickets are available starting Tuesday, October 28 at www.h-dmuseum.com. Doors to the event will open at 6 p.m. The Harley-Davidson Museum will be open until 5 p.m.

For those of us who will be unable to attend, I have attached a short segment about Sugar Bear that features the narration of Jesse James.  While this won’t compare to a live lecture and Q&A, it is a very nice piece.  You may also want to visit Sugar Bear’s website at www.sugarbearchoppers.com.

Congrats Sugar Bear, you deserve it. 

 

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The evening will include an introduction by Karen Davidson, Director of Harley-Davidson General Merchandise and great-granddaughter of one of the Motor Company founders, and an audience Q&A session, moderated by Jim Fricke, Harley-Davidson Museum Curatorial Director. 
 
In addition, from Thursday, November 6, to Thursday, November 13, one of Sugar Bear’s famous choppers, named “Gorjus,” will be on display in the Harley-Davidson Museum lobby.

Reservations to attend are required and space is limited. The event is free to Harley-Davidson Museum members and $10 for the general public. Reservations and tickets are available starting Tuesday, October 28 at www.h-dmuseum.com. Doors to the event will open at 6 p.m. The Harley-Davidson Museum will be open until 5 p.m.

For those of us who will be unable to attend, I have attached a short segment about Sugar Bear that features the narration of Jesse James.  While this won’t compare to a live lecture and Q&A, it is a very nice piece.  You may also want to visit Sugar Bear’s website at www.sugarbearchoppers.com.

Congrats Sugar Bear, you deserve it. 

 

Love, Respect, and Ride Safe,

ArtBiker

 

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My Favorite Springer

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Wow, this CVO Springer was good lookin’ last year, but this year it even comes with green flames… Sexy!

 

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