Harley-Davidson is introducing a new bike, and they stopped in Erie to show it off.
Bill Davidson, the great-grandson of one of Harley-Davidson founders, rode the bike into town.
It's part of "Project Rushmore" and the company is revealing eight new bikes that they say were completely influenced by what customers and dealers were asking for.
"This was a project where we interviews our customers, interviewed our dealers and found out what they wanted to see on the next generation of touring," said Davidson. "We took our technology, our innovation, our design and content and put feature benefits to get what everyone wanted to see."
This stop in Erie was the first for Davidson, and it was part of the ride from the factory in York, Pennsylvania, to the museum in Wisconsin.
"As we make our way to Milwaukee, we're stopping at dealerships to stop in, talk to customers, talk to dealership personnel. And it's a great part of the whole experience."
The bike Davidson rode in, will be on display in the Harley-Davidson museum in Milwaukee.