Mexico City Celebrates Harley Davidson

Thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts flocked to Mexico City earlier this month, when on May 11 the city celebrated the 110th anniversary of Harley Davidson.

Part of a global celebration taking place on six continents throughout the entire year, Mexico City's motorcycle parade has more than 5,000 participants.

Mayor of Mexico City, Dr. Miguel Angel Mancera, was the grand marshal for the parade, along with Dr. Jesus Rodriguez, the minister of public safety and the Minister of Tourism Miguel Torruco. 

The parade ran from the Zocalo to the Hermanos Rodriguez speedway.


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