Harley-Davidson was the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer in 1920 and had dealerships in 67 countries. One of their featured bikes at the time was the 1000cc Harley-Davidson JD, which became the first motorcycle to ever win a race with an average speed of over 100 mph on a board track in Fresno, California.
- Printed on high-quality poly-cotton blend canvas using archival inks specifically designed for high-end fine art. Canvas can be framed, gallery wrapped, or gallery wrapped and mounted inside a floating frame for added elegance. See framing examples here.
- Stunning glare proof matte black
- Pigment ink provides print lifetime of up to 400 years
- Ships as rolled canvas. (Frame not included)
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