Harley-Davidson's 110th kicks off with salute to veterans
MILWAUKEE - The House of Harley-Davidson was quiet Wednesday morning, but that's all about to change.
Riders plan to kick off their day at the dealership on West Layton with a huge pancake breakfast starting bright and early at 7:30a.m.
The pancake breakfast is just the beginning of the activities. The focus Wednesday is members of the military. If you come out, you'll see cool military vehicles and much more.
The bikers will also honor military veterans with a ride to benefit Fisher House, a center being built to give families of wounded soldiers a free place to stay while their loved ones are receiving treatment.
Construction on the Fisher House is expected to begin next spring. The ride Wednesday costs $25, and begins at 1 p.m. Governor Walker is expected to take part in that ride.