ET has the exclusive first look at the official trailer, which debuted Monday at the summer Television Critics Association press tour.
Based on a true story, Harley and the Davidsons centers on the birth of the iconic Harley-Davidson motorcycle and the founders behind the revolutionary, century-old company, brothers Walter (Huisman) and Arthur Davidson (The Little Rascals'Bug Hall), and their pal, Bill Harley (Game of Thrones’Robert Aramayo).
As the two-minute trailer suggests, the road to success isn’t smooth or pretty, but how often is that the case?
As the three men embark on their mission to become the No. 1 motorcycle company in the world, so come the fruits of their labor. In one suggestive scene, Aramayo’s Bill confidently tells a young woman -- clearly impressed by his efforts -- the pros of riding a bike: “It’s like an explosion between your legs.” Well then!
It’s not all fun and games, of course. Naysayers, failed tests, power struggles, all-out fist fights and high-stakes risks make the three-night miniseries all the more intriguing to watch. Plus, Huisman, 35, rocks a mean leather jacket and tells a grown man to “eat our dust.” Yup, we’re in!