An exhibit about Daredevils featuring Evel Knievel and many others is open now at the Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee.

I've been fascinated by daredevils since I was a kid. Especially, Evel Knievel. Anytime they are on TV, it's "must see" for me.

I'm excited because I heard there's something I'm going to have to check out this summer.

According to milwaukeerecord.com,

The Harley-Davidson Museum‘s new exhibition, Daredevils: A Century of Spine-Tingling Spectacles, guides visitors through decades of death-defiance (and occasionally, just plain death) in a way that shines a whole new light on modern daredevil shows."

Here are some of the things you'll be able to see on a visit.

"This exhibition explores the downright dangerous contributions of all kinds of people, including Buffalo Bill Cody, Evel Knievel, Super Joe Einhorn, Matt MacDuff, Debbie Evans, Dar Robinson, Bubba Blackwell, Joey Chitwood, and more. There are motorcycles, costumes, posters, photographs, videos, a piece of living room furniture that has flown really far, and plenty of other stuff that’s really pretty interesting whether you’re into this kind of thing or not."

Looks like I'm taking a road trip to Milwaukee. The exhibit is happening now through September 8th.

For more information about the Harley Davidson Museum, go HERE.


 

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