HOWARD - Harley fans are revving up their engines and crisscrossing the state ahead of this weekend's anniversary celebration.
About 60 riders from Taiwan made a stop at a local Harley dealership on their way to the festivities in Milwaukee Thursday.
The group flew into the states, and is renting bikes for the Harley anniversary event.
Riders stopped off at Vandervest Harley-Davidson in Howard for a tour and do some shopping.
The dealership says it's been busy all week and people from all over the world have been coming in.
The bikers from Taiwan say they're having a great time.
"So far everyone seems pretty exciting, and everyone seems like enjoying the country here. So it's first time to Green Bay here, and I'm sure to continue the next few days, we're going to have more fun," said one rider.
Harley-Davidson holds an anniversary celebration every five years.
To learn more about all the Harley celebrations, click here.
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