Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary CelebrationsFrom June 13 through 16, one of the world’s most iconic motorcycle brands, Harley-Davidson, will hold part of its 110th Anniversary Celebration in Rome.
And to help the American V-Twin brand celebrate, Pirelli will partner with LowRide magazine at the Rome Nautical Club at Lido di Ostia (Ostia Beach) to organize product workshops and demo rides of Harley-Davidson motorcycles shod with with the Milanese manufacturer’s Night Dragon tires.Pirelli’s experts and engineers will make available their know-how holding product workshops during which the importance of the role played by tires also on custom motorcycles will be illustrated. Afterwards it will be possible to check and test what has been learned through demo rides.The Night Dragon tires that will be fitted to the Harleys are precisely the way to see the custom touring segment according to Pirelli, a new generation of custom touring tires made to meet the needs of owners of motorcycles, in particular Harley-Davidsons, which requires tires that improve the grip and stability on the straight without however penalizing the handling and high mileage expected by users of custom bikes.At the Pirelli Clubhouse it will also be possible to attend some sessions of tattooing on tires images depicting subjects devoted to the host city of Rome and created by the Fashion Tattoo studio. On show also, as an important part of the Pirelli world, the new summer collection of Pzero clothing articles and, for those who want to try the thrills of driving a racing car, the Formula 1 simulator which can be used to challenge friends on the World Championship circuits or to make the fastest tyre change.Pirelli, finally, will be present also to offer assistance to motorcyclists taking part in the meeting. It will, in fact, be possible to buy and fit Night Dragon tires, taking advantage of a discount and of other favorable terms.For additional information, visit Pirelli’s website.
This week we ride two genre-departing motorcycles from the established American manufacturers. Jess McKinley gives us his thoughts on the all new Harley-Davidson Pan America Special, and Ron Lieback gives his on Indian’s latest version of the FTR 1200 S.