Ragnar's purple Vikings Harley is for sale on Craigslist - Bring Me The News

Ragnar's purple Vikings Harley is for sale on Craigslist


Remember that bad ass purple Harley that Ragnar used to ride at the Metrodome? It's for sale.

No joke. Ragnar's 1978 Harley Davidson Shovelhead 1200 is for sale on Craigslist for $7,495. The bike has a Vikings Norseman logo on both sides and "Ragnar" written on each side of the fender.

According to a Ragnar website, the 1978 Harley was the first official bike he rode as Vikings' mascot.

Ragnar is no longer the official mascot of the Vikings after a falling out with the team in 2015. It was so awkward that at one point Ragnar filmed himself wearing a Packers cheesehead hat.

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