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Harley: 2011 H.O.G. Million Mile Monday

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Harley-Davidson News

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.

Launched in 2008, Million Mile Monday is an annual event on the last Monday of June that brings together H.O.G. members from around the world in a day of riding for no specific purpose other than to celebrate the joy and freedom of the open road on a motorcycle. In 2010, H.O.G. members collectively logged more that 4,000,000 miles, and this year the club hopes to raise the total even higher.

Joe Dowd (H.O.G. Manager) says: “Inviting riders of other motorcycle brands to join our members on Million Mile Monday is all about sharing the passion for riding and the Harley-Davidson brand that makes the Harley Owners Group such a unique riding club. Plus it’s just a great reason to get out on the road and ride, regardless of what motorcycle you own.”

Whether it’s a ride across town or cross-country, or simply around the block to work, every mile counts and can be recorded by logging into H.O.G.’s online mileage accumulator at h-d.com/mmm, where a rolling odometer will record every mile logged by participants in Million Mile Monday. At the completion of the ride, a commemorative certificate of participation can be printed to display each rider’s mileage total for the day.

For more information about H.O.G. or Million Mile Monday, visit hog.com. To learn more about what goes into creating a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, including the rich heritage, impeccable detail and design, and distinctive V-Twin power, visit h-d.com/whyharley to learn about the undeniable differences that make Harley-Davidson motorcycles truly unique.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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