Madrid (pronounced maa-drid) was a bustling company coal-mining town in the 1920s and ’30s, but after WWII it was all but abandoned. Tie-dyed wanderers bought up cheap lots during the mid-1970s, and their spiritual descendants are still here, having built a thriving arts community. Madrid has become a lot more touristy over the years, but beneath the surface its outlaw heart still beats, and it remains a favorite stop on Harley rallies.
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