Sydney 19th October 2010 Tweet
Images supplied by Haystac on behalf of Harley-Davidson Australia/New Zealand.
Harley-Davidson goes underground for Judgement Day
Harley-Davidson motorcycles, flood lit in the darkness, illuminated our way through the cavernous, smoke filled basement of the Kings Cross Car Park heralding the start of what turned out to be one high octane ride.
The crowd, made up primarily of cycle shop owners and dealers also included a posse of celebrity Harley-Davidson enthusiasts. Ronan Keating stole the black carpet by riding his Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight through the car park and right up onto it.
Harley- Davidson groupies eager to be photographed on the iconic bikes included Axle Whitehead, PJ Lane, the team from Bondi Rescue, cast members from COPS LAC, Underbelly and Packed to the Rafters. Guy Sebastian was joined by his X Factor groups Luke & Joel and Mahogany.
But the stars at the event were some of the unique customised Forty-Eights, part of the Harley-Davidson ‘Judgement Day’ campaign launching 25th October 2010 which will pit 48 Harley-Davidson dealers across Australia and New Zealand against each other. They will be challenged to build the best custom version of the Forty-Eight model. The public will have the chance to win their very own Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight by voting to judge the winner. (www.harleyjudgementday.com.au).
Australian band Stone Parade, hit the stage as all were treated to Jack Daniels cocktails, got body painted with the Harley-Davidson logos and tested their skills on a Gibson Guitar.
The showstopper for us and the ‘Harley Heads’ was an amazing performance by Matt Mingay who put his Harley-Davidson through some extraordinary maneuvers at full boar in a confined area accompanied by the signature roar that only a Harley- Davidson can produce.
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