How to make a Harley Davidson motorcycle store
It’s a long-running tradition for motorcycle stores to host a bike sale, but some are opting to open their doors to customers with disabilities.
In recent years, more than 100 retailers have been featured in a new documentary about the accessibility of the motorcycle market.
The film, “Bike Shop: An American Story,” will premiere this month at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, and will also be aired on PBS stations in Chicago and Atlanta.
The movie tells the story of a motorcycle shop in rural Wisconsin named the Harley Davidson, which was founded in the late 1890s and is considered the birthplace of the Harley-Davidson brand.
Harley Davidson is known for its iconic Harley-like design and for its high-end Harley-built motorcycle.
The movie’s director, Ben Tinsley, was born and raised in the Twin Cities area, where the shop is located.
Tinsley is a director of photography for a film called “Swingers, Inc.” in which he and fellow filmmaker Michael Gifford capture the sights, sounds and personalities of the world’s motorcycle culture.
“I love motorcycles, and I wanted to document it,” Tinsler said in a statement.
“I knew there was something special about it, and that was a natural fit.”
The film follows the owners and employees of Harley Davidson as they travel around the United States and around the world to tell their stories, capturing the stories of the people who ride the bikes.
“Biker” is one of the more ambitious projects Tinsly has worked on, he said.
The filmmakers have made it a goal to show the community that there are people like Tins.
He said the aim is to show that the bike store, like any other business, is an integral part of the community and should be open to everyone, regardless of their disability.
“We wanted to show our community that we’re not exclusive, we’re a part of their communities, and we deserve to be treated the same,” he said in an interview with the Associated Press.
“Biker Shop” follows the owner and employees as they visit their hometowns, meet their customers, and work with local communities to bring the Harley brand to the communities that they visit.
Tinsy said the goal is to have people walk into the store and see a bike, not just a Harley.
In addition to the motorcycle store, Tinser said the film will explore the social and political issues affecting the Harley community.
Tarszczuk’s administration is fighting against the introduction of new regulations that would require a state-approved mental health care plan for all motorcycle owners and renters in Minnesota.
He has asked the Minnesota Legislature to remove the restrictions.
“This film will show how Harley Davidson and the people that love it are the foundation of the Twin Cities,” Tarszyk said in the statement.