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As riders, we’re a unique breed. Many of us have colorful backgrounds and amazing stories to tell. Here, we’ll showcase some of those experiences that make the motorcycle community so close-knit and fun.
On March 16, 1916, the first military order arrived for twelve Harley-Davidson® motorcycles, the first order of its kind in Harley-Davidson’s history. Learn more!
Displayed as a memorial to those who lost their lives when the tsunami struck Japan, learn more about the Harley-Davidson that traveled by sea from Japan to Canada.

12 March, 2021
Today, it’s called off-roading. Back then it was just riding. Learn more about the Harley-Davidson® motorcycles designed for rough roads and the people that rode them.

4 March, 2021
The 1910s were exhilarating times for the Harley-Davidson Motor Company and photographers were there to play a key role in this rapid growth. Learn more!

10 February, 2021
It has been 50 years since Cal Rayborn’s record-setting Bonneville run in 1970. Learn more about his path to setting the motorcycle land speed record.

3 February, 2021
This highly detailed Harley-Davidson® Fat Boy® LEGO® set is a perfect Christmas idea for any motorcycle rider.

16 December, 2020
A pig wasn’t the only animal on the track with H-D! Learn more about the other photogenic animals found in the Harley-Davidson mascot archives.

2 November, 2020
Linda Dugeau and Dot Robinson made motorcycle history when they formed the Motor Maids, the oldest running motorcycling organization for women in North America. Learn more!

15 October, 2020
Harley-Davidson Service Consultants and Technicians are highly trained professionals. Here’s what you can expect when you take your bike to a dealer for maintenance or repair.

2 October, 2020
Learn more about Gertrude Hoffman, a world-famous Vaudevillian entertainer and an early influencer of Adam’s California Fruit Gum and Harley-Davidson motorcycles.

30 September, 2020