The first Harley-Davidson was created in 1903 by William S. Harley and Arthur Davidson. Though they were passionate about their work and their creation, one has to wonder if they had any idea what an American icon Harley would become. In a lot of ways Harley-Davidson is what America is all about; the American Dream. Take your passion, build on it and see your product become successful and, in this case, part of the American Landscape.
The following links will help you get to know Harley-Davidson a little better. Learn more about the company with tools like an interactive history of the company.
- Harley-Davidson USA Homepage
- Current News- News bulletins include information on Women Rider Month, Military Appreciation month, sales numbers and more.
- H-D Foundation- The Harley-Davidson Foundation's mission is to, "support the communities in which we have facilities with funding and employee volunteerism." Harley-Davidson strives to support both local and national efforts, such veterans' initiatives. Use this page to learn more about applying for an H-D grant.
- Muscular Dystrophy Association- Since 1980 Harley-Davidson has partnered with MDA, raising more than $65 million to date. The money raised helps aid research and program services for children and adults with muscular dystrophy. Open houses, along with fundraising rides and Black-n-Blue Charity Dinners, are a few of the ways that Harley Davidson has worked to support the MDA.
- Ride Planner- The new Ride Planner available at H-D will help you create a route, add points of interest and change your route using waypoints. You can also find out if any Harley-Davidson events are going on along your route and look for Rider Friendly hotels.
- Upcoming Events- Look here to see if there are any events going on in your area.
- Rider Education- Education courses are available for riders of all skill levels. From the first time on your Harley to advanced riding skills, Harley-Davidson has a course for you.
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