Monday, February 11, 2013
Harley-Davidson Museum Racing Exhibit to Host Unveiling of 2013 H-D Factory Teams on February 22
Kenny Coolbeth, Jr. is shown on the #2 Harley-Davidson Motor Company/Screamin' Eagle/Spectro Oils/Fox-sponsored factory H-D XR750 lined up and ready to go for the first heat race of the day at round 16 of the 2011 AMA Pro Flat Track Harley-Davidson Insurance Grand National Championship presented by Motorcycle-Superstore.com season at the Springfield Mile II on September 4. Coolbeth would go on to win his heat, take home a solid 3rd-place effort in the Dash for Cash four-lap bonus race and take a 4th-place finish in the 25-lap National main behind winner Willie McCoy, runner-up Chris Carr and 3rd-place finisher Jake Johnson.
It was announced today that the Harley-Davidson Museum, located in Milwaukee, WI. would be hosting a special racing exhibit on Friday, February 22, 2013 that will serve at the official unveiling for all of Harley's factory supported efforts for the new season. Coolbeth will be in attendance along with such luminaries as 9-Time AMA Grand National Champion Scott Parker and 3-Time NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle Champion Andrew Hines as part of a special presentation that will include a panel discussion held along with the official unveiling of Harley's 2013 racing efforts.
To read more about this special event, check out the links below.
Thanks to Roadracing World.com for this press release concerning the H-D factory team unveiling that will take place on February 22.
You can read more here about the Harley-Davidson Museum's racing exhibit and team unveiling scheduled for February 22, 2013, direct from the H-D Museum's official site.