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Steven Tyler cruises the streets of LA on his tricked out trike

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Aerosmith's legendary front man, Steven Tyler, took a break from working on his first solo album and hit the streets on Saturday in L.A. to show how retirees ride in style -- there's no La-Z-Boy on wheels for him! The green bike with orange flames had a raked-out frame with some seriously fat tires so you can just imagine how she handles the corners.

Tyler's own apparel featured a tricked out and bedazzled helmet that only he can pull off with such style.


The Harley-Davidson Museum opened the Living Lost Photographs by Josh Kurpius this weekend and its newest exhibit featuring more than 30 original works by custom bike builder, rider and photographer Josh Kurpius. Living Lost is a presentation of photographs taken during a series of road trips across the country on a chopped 1977 Harley-Davidson motorcycle. The images provide an honest, open look at the uninhibited lifestyle of a group of nomadic bikers out to explore the American panorama.

Kurpius will be in attendance at the Museum on Saturday, Feb. 1 with doors opening at 8 p.m. and a concert by Mount Salem at 9:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 and will include the Museum exhibit and concert.