Harley-Davidson | 110th Anniversary
Harley-Davidson celebrated their 110th anniversary with a year long world tour that stopped in 16 cities around the world, from Rome to Melbourne.
Harley-Davidson celebrated their 110th anniversary with a year long world tour that stopped in 16 cities around the world, from Rome to Melbourne. We were contracted to capture the kickoff event in Milwaukee, WI at the Harley-Davidson Museum, the motor company’s birthplace. The night would go down as one of the biggest bike nights in Milwaukee History. There was a parade that included 6,000 motorists from around the world, riding with their nations flags behind their bikes. The crowd had some of the most unique characters we’ve ever encountered in our travels.
The event was highlighted by a team of stunt riders burning “HD110” into the pavement with their Harleys. An experience that was showcased by an unbelievable amount of noise and copious plumes of thick smoke from the burning tires. The crowd lost their minds, they drank economy beers, and the sun went down over the museum.
- Director Skylar Nielsen
- Cinematographer Ian Rigby
- Cinematographer Lance Clayton