Nancy Davidson dies after cancer fight
Nancy Davidson, known by many as the ''first lady of motorcycling,'' has died after a long-term battle with cancer.
MILWAUKEE - Nancy Davidson, known by many as the "first lady of motorcycling," has died after a long-term battle with cancer. She was 89 years old.
Nancy was a Milwaukee native. She has always been by the side of her husband, Willie G. Davidson, the grandson of one of the four founding fathers of Harley-Davidson Motor Company.
The picture shared above was from 2013 – when the motorcycle maker was celebrating its 110th anniversary.
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