Harley-Davidson hosts a night of custom

Oxford (April 4, 2013) - Harley-Davidson tuned up their 110th anniversary celebrations and kicked off in true style by month.

Live music was provided by Gaslight Anthem front man and Softail® Slim riding Brian Fallon, who was supported by Brighton-born band, The Crave. They filled the air with rocking music while guests looked around at the custom Gibson guitars and motorcycles on show side by side. Drinks and tasty food were available from the roller skating waitresses and dancing and chatting all-things motorcycling was the order of the evening.

The new Breakout® took pride of place at the entrance of the studio and guests were able to check out the brand new machine in the flesh for the first time since its reveal in March. The Street Bob® Special Edition was also in attendance, showing off its ‘custom straight out the crate’ good looks and striking colour scheme.

Gibson and Harley-Davidson are a match made in heaven as music is a big part of the Harley-Davidson® lifestyle and music is entwined in its heritage. Musicians throughout the centuries have chosen Harley-Davidson as their brand of choice from Elvis Presley to Jimi Hendrix. It’s hard to believe that the first Harley-Davidson motorcycle was made in a wooden shed in 1903…

All those who attended the event were brimming with excitement and enjoyment and it was the perfect start to the 110th anniversary celebrations which will be continuing throughout the year.

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