I don’t particularly like motorcycles. I think they’re loud and dangerous and I want to swat them away when they weave all over the place in traffic. They’re a nuisance. To my surprise, though, I had an amazing time exploring the Harley-Davidson museum. Who’d have thought??
Since Harley-Davidson has been around for more than a hundred years, they’ve also been an integral part of American history. It was so interesting to see the exhibits with WWII-era bikes. In fact, The Harley-Davidson company had the foresight to save a motorcycle every year since its inception for posterity. The museum has them lined up so you can walk through time and see the evolution of design and technology.
I was in love with the motorcycles of the early 1900s – they were basically stocky bicycles. I actually think they looked better back then; much more simple and sleek and lacking the bulk of a modern bike.
Since my dad and brother were along for the ride they helped me shoot some photos of my new favorite sunglasses. These bad boys from Woodzee, a California-based company dedicated to renewable resources, are incredibly light and obviously stylin’. They’re made of bamboo!
Check out Woodzee if you’re in the market for some new sunglasses. I can’t get enough.
PS – doesn’t this motorcycle look amazing??