For over 100 years Harley-Davidson has served as a symbol of American freedom; an ambassador to the road less traveled or a way of life fueled by adrenaline and individuality. And it all started with their classic designs wrapped around an iconic V2 engine. Now, we can celebrate this heritage brand with the Harley-Davidson Book – compliments of teNeues.
Within this handsome hardcover coffee table book lies 224 pages of color and black and white photographs taken throughout the course of Harley-Davidson’s storied American history – revolving around the power and sheer elegance of these engines that hail from the cold shores of Lake Michigan. From the first bike that rolled off the lot to contemporary fuel-injected masterpieces, it’s all here and documented in these extended photo essays and articles positioned around the unique Harley-Davidson lifestyle. The anthology is the brain child of Ramp Magazine’s editor-in-chief Michael Köckritz and we for one can’t wait to get our hands on a copy. Available in September of 2017.
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