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The Wild One


Two or three dozen Harley-Davidson riders came to Felanitx last Sunday and proudly presented their Fat Boys, Evolutions and Twin Cams to an eager audience of motorcycle starved Felanitx youngsters. Some of the models came equipped with a Revolution Engine that reputedly has been developed in collaboration with the Porsche people in Stuttgart (Germany).

Luckily, the small town of Felanitx was not caught up in any rivalling motorcycle gang clash terror and none of their leaders was thrown into jail either, unlike in the celebrated Marlon Brando movie classic, ‘The Wild One‘ (1953).

To the uninitiated eye, these motorbikes are beauties to behold. I would imagine that the Mallorcan landscape lends itself to the occasional joyous Easy Rider outing, too, and in style.

The photo was taken in Felanitx, Mallorca, Baleares, Spain. The date: April 26th, 2009. The time was 13:24:40.

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