Wiley X Eyewear Press Release: While most motorcycle enthusiasts share a universal passion for riding and all things Harley-Davidson, this doesn’t mean that they’re all the same. Especially when it comes to head size, shape and facial structure and how best to provide a rider with clear vision, comfort and eye protection on the open [...]Read Full Post | Comments(1)
Harley-Davidson Breakout vs. Victory Jackpot vs. Star Raider – Comparison Test A case study in cool.
Photographer : Barry Hathaway
The Wild One may have brought fame to Hollister, California, but it was the biker flick The Wild Angels that put Mecca on the map. You’ve heard of it, right? Dusty agricultural town in Southern California? Lots of taco stands and liquor stores; snarling feral dogs and freight trains that don’t slow down? Didn’t think [...]Read Full Post | Comments(32)
Roland Sands Design Custom Harley-Davidson FXLR Former Navy SEAL’s H-D gets a fantasy makeover from the legendary bike builder.
Photographer : Brian Blades
Most of us won’t ever be able to afford a big-name custom makeover for our ride. Which is exactly why Bell Helmets and Roland Sands Design collaborated to create the Bell Star Treatment contest. Thousands of people submitted entries, all explaining why they should be the one who gets their own personal motorcycle transformed into [...]Read Full Post | Comments(2)
Photographer : Dave Hoenig
Harley-Davidson Press Release: The Harley-Davidson Motor Company and Screamin’ Eagle® Factory Flat Track Team are excited to announce that 2013 AMA Pro Grand National Champion Brad Baker has joined the team as its factory rider for the 2014 season, carrying the company’s long and proud tradition of flat track racing forward into a new generation. [...]Read Full Post | Comments(0)
Harley-Davidson Press Release: Harley-Davidson Screamin’ Eagle/Vance & Hines riders Eddie Krawiec and Andrew Hines are joining Summit Racing Equipment and Armed Forces Entertainment November 18-22 for Operation Appreciation, an annual visit to American troops stationed overseas. After three years of visiting American military personnel based in Europe, Operation Appreciation will travel to the Middle East [...]Read Full Post | Comments(0)
Add engine speed at a glance to a 2014 Sportster or late-model Big Twin with a plug-in Harley-Davidson Combination Digital Speedometer/Analog Tachometer ($314.95). The backlit gauges provide an easy-to-read digital speedometer, a sweeping analog tachometer needle, and a liquid-crystal screen with a scroll feature.Read Full Post | Comments(2)
WHERE IS IT MADE? 2014 Harley-Davidson Street 750 and Street 500 Is this affordable new Harley from India? Or Kansas City? We tell you the complete story.
There seems to be some confusion online about where the new Harley-Davidson Street 750 and Street 500 models are going to be built. Perhaps because these small, liquid-cooled bikes (priced at $7,500 and $6,700, respectively) will become the entry-level Harleys when they arrive in the second quarter of 2014, more than a few people on [...]Read Full Post | Comments(87)
Photographer : Jeff Allen
Milan is the best place to launch a new global motorcycle. More than half of our dealer body is outside the United States, and the Street is designed for international, as well as American, customers—folks who are looking to get into the Harley-Davidson lifestyle. We were very global early in our history. This year was [...]Read Full Post | Comments(6)
Revealed! 2014 Harley-Davidson Street 500 and Street 750 All-new Harley takes it to the streets in its quest for young urban buyers.
Photographer : Jeff Allen
The night before the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan officially opened its doors to the press, Harley-Davidson took the wraps off its first all-new model in 13 years: the 2014 Street, which will be available as a 500 and a 750 when it goes on sale in the U.S. this spring, priced at $6,700 and [...]Read Full Post | Comments(98)
Harley-Davidson Press Release: It just snowed in Sturgis. This means the motorcycling season will soon be over in much of the country. If off-season motorcycle storage is inevitable in your neighborhood, the service gurus at Harley-Davidson remind you to do the job right. Or simply park your baby in the corner, and leave it untouched [...]Read Full Post | Comments(1)