Friday, 29 September 2017 00:00

Winter Biker Blues? Not if Harley Has Any Say

Hardcore bikers who want to ride into the colder seasons have the perfect excuse to expand their motorcycle wardrobe, and Harley-Davidson is more than willing to help.

There was an incredible motorcycle moment in San Antonio, last week as the service of a military veteran was honored with a new Harley-Davidson.

Marrying the latest motorcycle fashions with the newest Harley-Davidson softail models could occupy otherwise idle bikers over the following winter months.

Never one to let a historic date ride by without proper fanfare, Harley-Davidson is marking its 115th anniversary with a line-up of new and updated models.

Iconic American motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson is promising a motorcycle revolution with its 2018 models.

From the machine itself to the rider, Harley-Davidson has released a host of accessories and apparel to make riding this summer even more enjoyable.

A small but incredible motorcycle story rode into the pages of biker history recently when Harley-Davidson taught an entire town how to ride. Sure, only 85 people live there, but impressive introduction, right?

In the modern world of motorcycle marketing, it’s tough to grab headlines or catch the attention of bikers. Not only have Harley-Davidson come up with something pretty clever, it brings new blood into the saddle.

In what is probably the shortest video Clutch and Chrome has ever included in its video picks, the latest from Harley-Davidson is a whopping 34 seconds long.

Harley-Davidson continues to raise its presence at bike rallies, promising to make a big splash at the upcoming Laconia Motorcycle Week.

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