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This Jeff Decker bronze statue features a horse and Harley-Davidson motorcycle racing to the American frontier. The motorcycle is leading along a gravel road while the horse and cowboy try to keep up along a dirt path signaling the dawn of a new era. This piece is part of an edition of 29.
Jeff Decker is a sculptor and historian who is known for his bronze sculptures, the most notable of which is titled “By the Horns” (also known as The Hill Climber), a 16-foot-tall, 5,000-pound bronze located on the grounds of the Harley Davidson Museum. His bronze-cast sculptures depicting the synergy of man and modern machines, particularly historic motorcycles, is known in both the motorcycling community and the world of fine art. As of 2009, Decker was Harley-Davidson’s official sculptor.