This past February I attended the Mama Tried Motorcylce show to break up the monotany of the long Winter months. At the show a banner tucked away in the back corner caught my eye through my camera lense. TROG has been on my bucket list and here was my opportunity to get a taste of the event prior to traveling to Wildwood, NJ. Come along with me as I share my TROG Exhibit experience with you. Yesterday, I made the trek to Milwaukee, WI to the Harley Davidson Museum. I had no idea what was in store for me, the amazing people I would meet and the great experience I would have. As I arrived I immediately noticed a motordrome to my left and a crowd gathering at the top. I quickly made my way up the stairs. This is 1 of 3 Motordromes remaining in the United States and Canada. This is a brother/sister team from Austin, TX. The young lady was driving the go kart and her younger brother was on the bike. At one point they rode simultaneously. It's been years since I've seen a motordrome in use. It certainly brings a smile to your face. The Harley Davidson Museum complex is quite nice, as you would expect. As I made my way off the motordrome I walked towards 3 large buildings, one of which is the museum, the exhibit hall and the gift shop, bar and resturant. I quickly came upon several hot rods in front of the exhibit. Destin brought his roadster from Michigan as he was a Wildwood participant in 2016. As I entered the exhibit I must admit I was filled with anticipation and excitement as to what lay ahead. As you enter the exhibit you are greeted by a wall sized miral of Joe Oz. As I entered the first main hall the hair on my arms stood up. Harley Davidson truley captured the heart and soul of the event. Looking at the cars, bikes and amazing photos really told the story.