Harley-Davidson Museum “Living the Legend” Rivets Available The Harley-Davidson Museum is providing a unique way[...]
Harley-Davidson now offering women the "Ultimate Learn-to-Ride Experience," which features amazing motorcycle prizes and an opportunity to ride with a friend
2011 Hoka Hey
Will Barclay gave away the motorcycle that won him a half-million dollar purse. His beloved Harley-Davidson Electra Glide (named Excalibur) brought him to victory in the 2010 Hoka Hey challenge.
Barclay handed the keys to Mark Story, the second-place Hoka Hey rider at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee earlier this month.
Harley History on Display
With more than 108 years of history, Harley-Davidson is bound to have some interesting pieces buried deep in its Archives.
Even the most dedicated motorcycle enthusiast is in for more than a few surprises when the special summer exhibit, Collection X: Weird, Wild Wonders of the Harley-Davidson Museum, opens June 11, 2011.
Harley Museum News
Harley-Davidson has 108 years of rich history, and with that time naturally arrives a collection of specaturlor items.
And for the summer of 2011, the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wis., will exhibit some of the truly unique items, from "secret prototypes and fantastic folk-art creations to ‘what were they thinking?’ contraptions."
Gift Cards can be purchased in any amount from $25 to $250 and are redeemable at 700 authorized, participating Harley-Davidson retail locations nationwide, at H-D Factory Tour locations, and at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee. The H-D Gift Card can be used to purchase most any products sold at H-D dealers including Genuine Parts & Accessories, MotorClothes, Official H-D Licensed Products, Rider’s Edge rider education training, etc.
Harley-Davidson Gift Cards can be shipped directly, along with a special message or greeting, to the recipient or can be mailed to the purchaser.
Harley-Davidson recently announced plans to commemorate the 2nd Annual Women Riders Month in May 2010 by hosting women riders in its hometown of Milwaukee, Wis., on May 22 and 23, 2010.
In a unique partnership with the Harley-Davidson Museum, the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design (MIAD) – Wisconsin’s only college devoted exclusively to the education of professional artists and designers – has kicked off the fall semester with the most ambitious cross-disciplinary project in the college’s history. "The Helmet Project" – involving 100 art and design students, 10 faculty members and the Museum’s professional staff – will be on view as the first feature exhibition at the Harley-Davidson Museum Garage from Oct. 23 – Nov.