New Tsumani Harley Exhibit a Tribute to Victims

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by Michael Schlesinger

MILWAUKEE---The 2004 "Night Train" bike floated 4,000 miles across the Pacific Ocean after the devastating Japanese tsunami struck early last year.

Back in April, a British Columbia man discovered the motorcycle washed up onshore.

He ended up contacting the original owner who thought the bike would best be served as a tribute to the 15,000 lives lost in the catastrophe.

The bike has been tested for harmful toxins, including radiation, with good results.

There's still worry about what all the remaining floating debris can do to the environment.

The "Tsunami Harley" was first damaged in British Columbia when waves knocked the bike out of its container. Both water and sand caused some corrosion.

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