Pennsylvania already has an official state flower and state bird, even an official state fish, but the state now may soon have an official state motorcycle.
A bill in Harrisburg calls for Harley-Davidson to be named the state motorcycle of Pennsylvania.
It has a lot of Republican support in spite of Harley-Davidson drawing the ire of President Trump after the motorcycle maker said it would move some of its manufacturing operations overseas to avoid tariffs.
Harley-Davidson said the tariffs could add more than $2,000 to the price of a motorcycle headed for overseas markets.
Pennsylvania’s York County is home to Harley-Davidson’s largest manufacturing facility with an estimated 900 workers.