Relatives of a motorcycle co-founder are hitting the road as part of a long ride to celebrate history and a big anniversary.
Bill and Karen Davidson, the great-grandchildren of Harley Davidson co-founder William A. Davidson, are making a 700 mile trek, and Erie is a stop on the way.
The ride is to feature the Rushmore Project, a high-tech upgrade to the parts in all new Harleys.
The upgrade itself is part of the 110th anniversary of the Harley Davidson Company, which still produces it's motorcycles in the U.S.
The ride will end at the Harley Davidson museum in Milwaukee, where the new bike will be enshrined.
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