With the longest coastline in the world, Canada is bound to get all sorts of weird things washing up on its shores from every which direction. But a Harley-Davidson motorcycle? That's what one Peter Mark found while riding his ATV on a secluded island off the Pacific coast of British Columbia. It's origin? Japan.
The bike - enclosed along with other random items in what appears to be the compartment off a moving truck - appears to have traveled some 3,000 miles across the North Pacific from Japan's Miyagi Prefecture to the Canadian province of British Columbia.
A Japanese man’s Harley-Davidson motorcycle that washed up on the shores of western Canada more than a year after it was swept away by the devastating tsunami will be preserved in a Harley museum in the U.S. Read Post
Yahoo is reporting that a Harley Davidson has found itself washed ashore a Canadian beach from the wrath of the tsunami that rocked Japan over 1 year ago. Just last week it was reported that the Japanese tsunami had misplaced a socc... Read Post