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Harley artist Hintz creates cool on canvas

Published July 11, 2015

In the motorcycle and car world, saying that someone "has gas and oil in their veins" means those are folks are either gear heads, or at least have some gear head in their DNA. If anyone is actually capable of painting with gas and oil, Milwaukee artist Mathew "boo" Hintz is the guy to do it. Hintz is building an impressive professional and artistic career combining his passion for painting, drawing, design and motorcycles at Harley-Davidson.

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New roads opening for women Harley riders

Published May 21, 2015

When Mike Morgan started working at Harley-Davidson and riding motorcycles way back in 2001, it was unusual to see women riders on the road, at rallies or just about anywhere. Today, any driver who looks out for motorcycles notices the dramatic increase in women riders.

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Harley Project LiveWire Experience tour expands overseas

Published Feb. 23, 2015

Riders around the world will have the chance to add their voices to help shape the future of Project LiveWire, Harley-Davidson's first electric motorcycle, as the company's Project LiveWire Experience tour expands globally in 2015.

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"Mama Tried," but local ice bikers ride anyway

Published Feb. 19, 2015

The winter months are when most motorcycle riders protect their precious bikes in garages under cover, waiting for the snow, ice and salt to disappear by April - if they're lucky. However, for some riders, Wisconsin winters are a good time to catch up on motorcycle culture, enjoy events at their local dealerships or even ride outside on ice covered waterways. So, let's check in on how Milwaukee motorcyclists handle their winter withdrawals.

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Milwaukee Talks: Harley-Davidson Museum curatorial director Jim Fricke

Published Feb. 5, 2015

For someone not fitting the typical Harley guy stereotype, Milwaukee's Jim Fricke is one of the Motor Company's most authentic and inspirational brand representatives. OnMilwaukee.com recently took a ride with Fricke as he discussed the Harley-Davidson Museum's mission, local arts and culture, and his musical influences and preferences.

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