Road Trip 2010: What could be more appropriate for a road trip than seeing the world's most iconic motorcycles get made?
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Road Trip 2010: CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman appreciates adventure, and as part of his, he went to see Harley-Davidson put together the machines that will take countless people on endless journeys.
Museum in the company's hometown of Milwaukee offers a glimpse at the history of Harley-Davidson and its motorcycles with an advanced mix of audio visual displays. CNET takes a tour.
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CNET tours a Harley-Davidson plant near Milwaukee, Wisc., where one can get an inside look at the process of building the bikes' signature V-Twin engines, including those engines going into its new Dark Custom line.
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This week, we ogled a leather Harley, got in the debt ceiling game, and lost our hearing to the Turbine Batmobile.
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