August 13, 2013

American Iron Magazine’s Honor Ride to Milwaukee For Harley’s 110th

The crew from American Iron Magazine put together another free Honor Ride, sponsored by Geico Motorcycle insurance, for new and classic Harleys to Milwaukee for the 110th anniversary.

Buzz Kanter’s 1948 Harley Panhead

Buzz Kanter will be leading the classic group, which will follow the same East to West route as the main group but at a slightly slower pace. He is planning on riding his 1948 Harley Panhead.

Here is the route info:

We at American Iron MagazineMotorcycle Bagger and RoadBike have partnered up with ride sponsor GEICO to create the next Honor Ride to Milwaukee for Harley’s 110th anniversary celebration.

We have two routes (one from east and the other from the west) that meet in the middle and ride up to Milwaukee for the party. In addition the EAST ride will be split into two groups. AIM editor Chris Maida will lead the first group of motorcycles, and Editor-in-Chief Buzz Kanter (on a 1948 Harley Panhead) will lead a slightly slower group for classic bikes and those wishing to ride a bit slower. Both will follow the same route and meet up points along the way.

Sunday, August 25

EAST Welcome Reception at A.D. Farrow Harley in Columbus, OH.

WEST Welcome reception at Blue Springs Harley in Blue Springs, MO.

Monday, August 26

EAST Depart from A.D. Farrow Harley. Lunch at Quaker Steak & Lube in Dayton, OH. Dinner & overnight at H-D of Indianapolis, IN.

WEST Depart from Blue Springs Harley. Lunch at Mid-American Harley in Columbia, MO. Dinner and overnight at Ted’s Motorcycle World in Alton, IL.

Tuesday, August 27

EAST Depart from Indianapolis, IN. Lunch at Andrae’s Harley in Urbana, IL then meet up with WEST ride at Walter’s Brothers HD in Peoria, IL

WEST Depart from Ted’s Motorcycle World in Alton, IL. Lunch in TNT Action Sports in Quincy, IL, then meet up with EAST ride at Walter’s Brothers HD in Peoria, IL

Wednesday, August 28

BOTH Depart from Walter’s Brothers HD in Peoria, IL. Lunch at Kegel Harley in Rockford, IL, and then ride to the Harley Museum in Milwaukee.

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