2013 Harley-Davidson World Ride Recap In 2008,the Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) began the Harley-Davidson World[...]
On Monday, June 27, the Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) invites riders of all motorcycles to join its members around the world as they band together in their quest to cumulatively log millions of riding miles by the day’s end.
The Harley-Davidson Motor Company is pleased to announce that it will provide more than $50,000 in contingency prizes to the highest finishing members of the Harley Owners Group who complete the 2011 Hoka Hey Challenge.
For 2011, the Harley Owners Group Fly & Ride motorcycle rental program grows nearly 10 times bigger as rental locations for Fly & Ride increase from 37 to more than 300 locations around the world.
Now HOG members everywhere can join the proud tradition of challenge coins with the first ever Harley Owners Group national challenge coins. Minted by official Harley-Davidson licensee Northwest Territorial Mint, the H.O.G. challenge coins are available to all HOG members.
The American-made solid brass coins feature the official Harley Owners Group logo on one side and the Harley-Davidson Bar & Shield on the reverse. H.O.G. General Manager Benny Suggs and 500 bikers were excited to see the first-ever challenge coins.
HOG Riding Marathon
Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) members around the world logged 4,373,937 miles during the club’s second annual Million Mile Monday riding marathon.
The members set the bar pretty high after last year’s three million miles, and they are ecstatic to have exceeded that by more than 45 percent this year, said Benny Suggs, General Manager of the Harley Owners Group. But more important than the number of miles ridden is that so many of our members joined together on this special day to share the experience of motorcycling.