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STORY: With horns honking and clutches popping, the roar of tens of thousands of Harley-Davidson motorcycles could be heard for miles in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Motorcycle enthusiasts were there to celebrate the 110th anniversary of one of the most iconic motor companies in the world.
They traveled from all over the world to take part in the weekend's festivities, which included a long procession of the motorcycles, nicknamed "hogs," rumbling onto the Harley-Davidson museum campus, where riders parked their bikes in tight rows creating a glistening sea of shiny steel.
Riders donned black leather, as well as an assortment of denim, bandanas and Harley-Davidson orange, as they snapped photos, drank beer and marveled at the spectacle.