|Harley-Davidson Fans Celebrate Warr's 90th Birthday|
Over 5,000 join the party at famous Kings Road dealership
Over 5,000 Harley-Davidson fans of all ages descended on Kings Road on Sunday June 1 to celebrate the 90th anniversary of Fulham institution Warr's.
To mark the occasion, Europe’s oldest Harley-Davidson dealership threw open its doors and teamed up with local pubs the Hand and Flower and the Rose to throw a party for bike fans and enthusiasts from across the country.
In 1924 F.J Warr opened a motor bicycle repair shop on London’s King’s Rd. That same year he became an agent for the Harley-Davidson Motor Co. of Milwaukee, USA and Warr’s Harley-Davidson was born.
At that time the flagship of the Harley range was the 'Silent Gray Fellow’, which would have cost a princely £85.
Doors were open on Sunday from 10am with a line-up, including music from four authentic live Blues and Rock ‘n’ Roll bands, a presentation from owner John Warr and an array of food and drink from local eateries.
You can see lots more pictures of last week's party in the Warr's 90th Celebration Gallery
June 6, 2014