"We'll teach you to ride, give you a bike and pay you to discover motorcycle culture while you find your freedom on the open road," the company said in the job posting. "And at the end of it all, you'll get to keep a bike. Yep, you read that right. It's yours."
The company said the internship is ideal for "junior and senior level college students (or equivalent) or recent graduates looking to pursue a career in social media."
Applications are being accepted through May 11. The posting said applicants can "make a video, write an essay, create a photo collage, whatever you want."
Sales for the motorcycle maker have been down. The company announced in January that it would close it's Kansas City plant.