Josh Kronfeld posing next to a Harley-Davidson just seems right.
Kronfeld, who has a self-professed love for the American motorcycle company, is set to feature at the CRC Speedshow in Auckland, telling the New Zealand Herald that he has his sights set on interacting with other biking fanatics.
"The people, it's probably one of the biggest things about Harley-Davidson. It's not just a network of bikes but a network of people," he said. "It brings a group of individuals from all sorts, any kind of people, you name it they're all riding their Harleys. And they've all come together because of their bikes."
Kronfeld, one New Zealand's greatest rugby players, played 54 matches for the All Blacks from 1995-2000 scoring 70 points in the process. He has not stamped himself with "petrol head" status just yet but he will ride his Harley-Davidson Breakout to the show.
The CRC Speedshow will get underway on July 19th in Auckland at the ASB Showgrounds.