Bronco Bronze Part 1 | Harley-Davidson


In the early ‘50s, Melvin Graham rattled people’s perception of racial barriers by owning a limited edition 152 Bronco Bronze Panhead during the Civil Rights Movement. Riding with confidence, he helped forge a path for the next generation of riders.​

​After nearly 70 years, with the help of his two sons Derrek and Casey, Prism Supply, and DicE Magazine, the Panhead was restored to its original beauty and will live on and continue to represent Melvin Graham’s legacy, and his impact on the motorcycle community. ​

​In Part 1 of 3 of the #BroncoBronze video series, we follow along as they bring back the original Panhead that was found in a storage container in Charlotte, NC. ​

​See this motorcycle for yourself at The Congregation Show on October 9 in Charlotte, NC at Camp North End ➡️