Wooden motorcycles are created by artists all over the world and it is always a delightful experience to watch them. Few days back we showed you a fully functional Wooden Chopper which was created by a bike enthusiast from Hungary.
Today we are bringing you a wooden motorcycle that is modeled after a 1909 Harley-Davidson Twin and is adding on to the grace of The Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame.
The motorcycle is built by a self taught wood artist Mike Sohn of Hannibal, Missouri who has used at least nine different types of wood in creating this piece of art. It took him year and a half to complete the wooden motorcycle. Executive Director of the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum said that he is amazed by the details of the motorcycle and is very excited to have this creation in their museum. To collect, admire, preserve and explaining the history of motorcycling has been the mission of the museum which was established in 2001 and feature motorcycles built since 1907.