Pictures from Thomas Boltik

After Elton John's appearance at the 100th anniversary celebration, Harley-Davidson motors has determined that this is the "Next, Greatest Thing!"

"We're going after the young, up and comming Harley rider. With all the RUBs out advertising our product...well they're not getting any younger." Taking it's clue from the cigarette manufacturers, Harley-Davidson is targeting it's approach to a younger market. "This is the Harley for the ones who are old enough to handle a REAL bike, and to move up from the 'Power Wheels' to something that represents the 'Born to be Wild' spirit in All Harley owners."

Also reportedly on the drawing boards are the V-Twin powered wheelchairs aimed at the nursing-home set. ("For when the Spirit is willing but the flesh is weak...besides, it'll make it easier to pick up chicks!"). Also is a complete line of Harley caskets to show you don't necessarilary HAVE to "Live to Ride, Ride to Live!"

On a final note, The Law firm of Dewie, Cheatham, and Howe has been selected to represent Harley-Davidson in suing Halloween for copyright infringement by using Harley's trademark colors of orange and black.

(Note: I saw this bike outside a local Dollar Tree in Springfield, VA. I thought this group would appreciate my interpretation of it. Like we say in the Air Force, "Joke 'em if they can't take a f**k!")