Marisa Miller Poses for Harley-Davidson Spring 2010 Ad Campaign

From Victoria’s Secret Angel to Hell’s Angel! Hottie Marisa Miller is the face of Harley Davidson’s new ad campaign, and given how sizzling these shots are, we wouldn’t be surprised if the company sells a lot more bikes in 2010.

From Victoria’s Secret Angel to Harley-Davidson’s Hell Angel: extremely hot Marisa Miller is the face of Harley Davidson’s new ad campaign, and given how sizzling these shots are, we wouldn’t be surprised if the company sells a lot of bikes this year.

Last year we saw Victoria’s Secret Angel Marisa Miller’s calendar for Harley Davidson and now her Spring-Summer 2010 campaign has just been revealed and she’s getting down and dirty in denim for this campaign.

Very different to the last campaign (it was 1950’s/60’s calendar style), this one is definitely dirtier and sexier but still manages to keep a touch of style to it and not a spread straight out of FHM Magazine.

There’s something more natural and all-American about this series. Marisa apparently actually rides Harleys, which I am sure just makes her more sexy to certain readers. I’m thinking she doesn’t usually ride wearing a tiny body suit with her boobs hanging out, but for the ad campaign is really the best body suit.

Marisa Miller, 31, said that she rides a motorcycle with her father all the time. She said: “Everybody thinks that I was just sprawled across the motorcycle looking pretty. I was like, ‘You know, I really ride. You know, I really do. It was cool to do something to get dirty and just ride and show people that I can do it.”

So, could Harley-Davidson have picked a hotter female for their ad campaigns than Marisa Miller? Our answer is definitely not, and yours?! [via Hot Celebs Home]

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