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Forty Girls to Customize 2012 Harley Davidson Softail

Forty girls to customize 2012 Harley Davidson Softail, which was donated by Black Hills Harley Davidson. The program is to help women learn that they can overcome the obstacles in personal lives, all by simply just wrenching on a motorcycle. Ladies would learn to be strong, smart, and bold. Girls from ages 10 to 17 will meet once a week after school and work on the bike, at Hot Rod Institute. Each girl will design and draw their dreamed motorcycle. However, only one will be picked, and the parts that will be needed Black Hills Harley will donate them. I have to say that this is one of cool things that Black Hills Harley decided to do. Getting youth involved earlier and helping them gain the confidence by wrenching is a great idea.

Harley Davidson Softail 2012 Picture by Aaron Orlowski

Harley Davidson Softail 2012 Picture by Aaron Orlowski

 

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