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Motorcycles / Harley-Davidson / 100th Anniversary / Schaller, Betts Interviews #736955

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Aug 30, 2003
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(Studio: Andrea Koppel) The 100th anniversary of Harley-Davidson motorcycles noted; scenes shown from the rally in Milwaukee marking the anniversary. {NOTE – report by Jen Rogers omitted due to technical difficulties.} Live discussion held with House of Harley-Davison owner John Schaller† and former Allman Brothers Band member Dickey Betts† about Harleys & their riders. [SCHALLER – comments on the fascination with Harleys and former financial difficulties of the Harley-Davidson company; talks about the Milwaukee celebration.] [BETTS – talks about his song “Rambling Man,” which has become a biker anthem, and about the Harleys he has owned.]

Koppel, Andrea

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