1 July 2010

Precious Metal A Woman's Motorcycle Themed Playground

Once again I had the fortune to attend this years’ Toronto Harley-Davidson Garage Party extraordinaire the “Precious Metal Gala”! It’s a concept inviting women who don’t ride yet but have contemplated learning, to get a taste of the motorcycling lifestyle according to Harley-Davidson; to entice them further. This is the whole focus behind Harley-Davidson’s Garage Party programs and they work!
So here I share a cute picture taken at the event which was a souvenir for all (individually); superimposed on the background of "DOLCE VITA" - Luxury Lifestyle Magazine, making it seem we made the cover of this glossy publication! Here you'll see two of my rider gal-pals and I, pictured on a one of Harley's chrome steeds. Of course three up is just not realistic but it was a great idea for the photo, if you imagine we just pulled up on the red carpet and are striking a pose. How fun!

The evening featured dancers, fashion shows, the classic bike lift workshop, and clothing/gear to try out- even a cute TV commercial reading with a handsome leading man sponsored by the cosmetic brand "Balm Shell"! The food was delectable, the drinks “Sex and The City” styled - an all round fun time.

This all hosted in Toronto’s famed Distillery District, in what’s called the Fermenting Cellar. This downtown village within a city is one of my favourite areas and that of Harley too for this is the same location they held their 105th bash. At that time I was testing their Night Train —love that bike!

It was great to chat with Karen Davidson at the Precious Metal party once again-flown in to host an evening of chromed amusement.

I trust they’ll be another one next year and I’ll hope to participte. The entire evening's proceeds, with tickets at $75.00 per person all went to
Rethink Breast Cancer charity.

Oh did I mention there were buff "Calvin Klein” type young male models wandering around selling … tickets? For the charity?

Girl’s night out thank you Harley-Davidson – bout’ due for another one!

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