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Marisa Miller Returns in New Harley-Davidson Summer 2010 Ad Campaign (w/ VIDEO)

Last time we saw Marisa Miller, she was featured in Harley’s 2009 calendar showcasing the V-Rod. Apparently, the ‘sexiest woman on the planet’ had a big impact for the brand, because the California bombshell is back for the company’s Summer 2010 advertising campaign. We don’t know if Marisa is attracting more women or men to drop their hard-earned cash on new cruisers but we applaud the marketing strategy nevertheless. 

Whether doing burn-outs in a skin-tight leather getup or rockin’ a washed out denim jumper, Marisa is smokin’. Harley-Davidson ad tag – What’s Hotter Than This Burnout Is Who Did It - is spot on… It doesn’t exactly slide off the tongue or read very well, but who cares. Check out more photos of Marisa Miller after the jump, including a behind-the-scenes video of the shoot. 


The Darkest Custom: 2010 Harley-Davidson Sportster Iron 883

The “murdered out” black-on-black movement is not just something confined to the automotive world. It’s also becoming quite trendy with the motorcycle set as well. And as Harley-Davidson is hardly ever behind the times, often in fact, a front-runner, it’s no surprise to see them offering the “Dark Custom” line of blacked-out, matte-finished bikes.

The new 2010 Harley Davidson Sportster Iron 883 is the sixth addition to this club and comes blacked-out from fender to fender. In fact, its claim to fame is that this Sportster has more blacked-out components than any other model in the H-D family, making it the ‘darkest custom’ motorcycle in their lineup.


The Roehr 1250SC – The Fastest, Most Powerful American Production Sport Bike (VIDEO)

Some pretty amazing motorcycles are starting to appear on the bike scene both for international and domestic markets. And this is one that slipped through the cracks. The 2009 Roehr 1250SC is an exotic superbike that has all of the technological advancements and excellent componentry you’d find on an Italian superbike, but, is surprisingly produced in the US. Not only is it the quickest and fastest bike that you will find built in America, it is also the most powerful with 180 hp engine mated with a 5-speed manual gearbox.