Regarding “Gloria”, David stated “I would be extremely lucky to ever have the chance to encounter another subject like Gloria. I consider her a national treasure. I may be jaded by an enhanced passion for history but to actually get the chance to spend time with someone who remembers many of the people in my vintage paintings is a HUGE deal for me. For example she was friends with Gene Baron (the Baron’s Apprentice) and Babe Tancrede (Babe) and several others. I think the world of this classy lady, and hope everyone in the industry gets the opportunity to meet her.”

In this series, “Gloria” joins the ranks of “Ruby”, “Betty”, “Pearl”, “Rose”, “Ruth”, “Evelyn” and “Stella”. This classic, historic image celebrates the colorful past of Gloria Tramontin Struck, an amazing woman who celebrated her 95th birthday in 2020. Sho started riding at the age of 16 and joined the Motor Maids in 1946. She has logged over 500,000 miles through all 48 continental states in the U.S. and was inducted into the Sturgis Hall of Fame in 2011. The two gentlemen in the background (Ben Campanelli and Ed Kretz, Jr) both raced in Daytona and were acquaintances of Gloria. The following links provide additional information on Gloria:

Print comes framed with certificate of authenticity.

Edition Size
Image Size (W x H)
Opening Price (2012)
Current/Final Studio Sale*
Regular canvas: 150, 25 AP, 25 HC
24″ x 32″
Oversize canvas: 20, 5 AP
30″ x 40″
Jumbo canvas: 10, 2 AP
36″ x 48″
Total Edition Size: 237

Prices are subject to change based on aftermarket availability.
To reserve your print please contact Greg Rhodes at: 303-913-4840 or

Keywords : Motorcycle art, Harley-Davidson art, Women of Harley art, Gloria Struck

Purchase Print

* Final Studio Sale reflects the price of the final piece sold in the edition. Once sold out, market conditions determine future prices on the secondary market.