This is What a Slice of Motorcycle History Looks Like

A small but incredible motorcycle story rode into the pages of biker history recently when Harley-Davidson taught an entire town how to ride. Sure, only 85 people live there, but impressive introduction, right?

The town of Ryder, was established in 1906, just three years after Harley-Davidson started down their historic road of building motorcycles. On Saturday, June 3 the American motorcycle manufacturer offered qualified residents the opportunity to learn the basics of motorcycle riding and experience firsthand how easy – and fun – it can be to learn to ride.

The follow-up to this story Clutch and Chrome reported when it was first announced is what else, but a video! And not just any video, but our pick of the day.

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