Hello my friends and welcome back. For those who are late to the program, this is the second chapter of a two part narrative discussing the recent “Black Tie, Black Leather” event that was held at Harley-Davidson of NYC. I had been fortunate that PiercingMetal was among the accredited press at the showroom for the unveiling of several new bikes and if you didn’t see the first chapter yet, please click HERE so you are up to speed and then come back and continue the journey with us. Skeleton Pete and I were having a blast exploring this event and now its time to get to the rest of the nights fun. Get your motor running.
I’m going to jump around a little bit in this post since its going to feature a whole gamut of items. These looked like sturdy backpacks.
There were several awesome vendors in attendance at the party and attendees could sample the wonderful William Wolf bourbon. I’m not really a spirits guy and I was loving this. Of course this should only be enjoyed in moderation.
Just recently, PiercingMetal had the honor of being one of the accredited press at a grand event for the Harley-Davidson NYC showroom. The event was called “Black Tie Black Leather” and would unveil several awesome new bikes and a bevy of accessories. I donned my basic blacks and zipped up my leather MC jacket and headed into the mix with my good friend and occasional PiercingMetal contributor, “Skeleton Pete” Parrella. With this being more of a lifestyle event than something Metal, I felt that the coverage of the event would fit in here the best so after you enjoy the amazing new logo for the brand and its location you will be taken on a very cool ride as I present you the bikes, the merchandise and the beautiful people all around me. Let’s roll…..
These bikes were stationed around the showroom main floor and could be seen from the outside streets of the Big Apple. Those who had lined up to participate at the event were drooling at their overall beauty and power of machine. I couldn’t blame them as they were fantastic looking. I did my best to get a photograph of all of the bikes around the windows.