"Aquaman" star Jason Momoa goes from Atlantis to MKE for a Harley-Davidson visit
With "Aquaman" becoming a holiday hit, becoming the highest grossing DC movie and heading toward the beloved $1 billion mark worldwide, Jason Momoa's been riding high the past month. And now he's riding in style, as the movie star traded out seahorses for hogs on a recent trip to Milwaukee to see the Harley-Davidson Museum.
Momoa posted several photos and videos of his stop to Instagram, featuring several shots of the HD Museum's retro bikes – including Elvis Presley's 1956 KH motorcycle, in honor of the rock star's birthday – a few videos of the "Aquaman" star audibly drooling over engines and motorcycles, and, of course, a photo of Khal Drago rocking a cheesehead. According to FOX6, the clip of Momoa gazing at rows of shiny new engines took place at the company's Menomonee Falls factory.
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First off. Happy birthday to the king love u Elvis. Secondly I love u @harleydavidson mahalo for the amazing tour. It was an honor to make the pilgrimage to the Mecca and third Milwaukee you are amazing. Wisconsin I'm so impressed. The future is exciting another check of my bucket list #findyourfreedom. #cheeseheads #happybirthdayking. #harleyforlife Aloha j
The Instagram post also included a brief ode to Wisconsin, thanking Harley-Davidson for helping check one item off his bucket list as well as showing love to Wisconsin and "amazing" Milwaukee.
According to Momoa's Instagram, Momoa is currently rolling through the Midwest to visit family, although the "Aquaman" star was born in Hawaii, he grew up in Norwalk, Iowa.
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