Way back in 2007, Harley-Davidson collaborated with Ludacris and his Disturbing Tha Peace crew to do a little something for the kids. Together, the Ludacris Foundation and the Milwaukee motorcycle masters hosted events and even auctioned off a Harley-Davidson to better raise funds for underprivileged children.
Such a good deed, but something rubbed off on Ludacris: a craving for his own Harley. Fast-forward to a few years later, and he got a customized Harley motorcycle of his own.
One year before Pamela Anderson landed her first gig on "Home Improvement" in 1991, she was pictured here wearing a Canadian tuxedo as she rides on a Yamaha bike for an event.
Her love for motorcycles is actually well-documented. She's been seen riding a Triumph motorcycle, and there are also pictures of her on a Honda Valkyrie Rune as well. Since both Triumph and Honda make great bikes, we can only say that Pamela has great taste in motorcycles.
We haven't seen a lot of Jewel lately, maybe because she likes to travel across the United States while riding her motorcycle. Once, in an interview, she said that while driving a car, she is able to think about various things and even about new songs, but when it comes to a motorcycle ride, she is focused 100%.
She mentioned that she likes the feeling of living in the present that a bike ride offers, as well as enjoying the vista. Who would have thought she was so passionate about motorcycles?
An effervescent blonde, Christie Brinkley became one of the world's most successful supermodels, gracing the cover of more than 500 magazines worldwide, from "Sports Illustrated" to "Cosmopolitan." Christie Brinkley rides a motorcycle with her then race-car driver boyfriend, Olivier Chandon, in 1982.
As talented as she was beautiful, the blue-eyed beauty managed to parlay her success into several other pursuits and ventures; as an artist and photographer, her work graced album covers and appeared in numerous publications.
Antoine Dominique, also known as "Fats" Domino, was a famous American pianist and singer-songwriter. He was one of the pioneers of rock and roll music, a rhythm-and-blues star who helped define the New Orleans sound.
Between 1955 and 1960, he had eleven Top 10 hits, and Domino sold more than 65 million records. His humility and shyness may be one reason his contribution to the genre has been overlooked. Here he is on a Dax Honda motorbike in France in 1980.