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.
Harley-Davidson Insurance Services is offering a new military discount for active military and veterans! To celebrate, the Open Road blog is launching a series of posts to tell the rich stories of the long-standing relationship between the military and motorcycles. In this post, we tell wartime stories of the Harley-Davidson® J Series motorcycles.
Harley-Davidson Insurance Services is offering a new military discount for active military and veterans! To celebrate, the Open Road blog is launching a series of posts to tell the rich stories of the long-standing relationship between the military and motorcycles. We begin with a famous American general using Harley-Davidson® motorcycles to manifest his vision of maneuver-style warfare in the Mexican desert.
You know how it feels to ride. It’s an incredible and indescribable mixture of exhilaration and ease. It’s like an awake calm. Harley-Davidson recently commissioned researchers to see if they could put their finger on that feeling. Is it possible to scientifically prove that riding a motorcycle creates calm and happiness?
The only thing faster than his motorcycle is the shutter on his camera. Meet Josh Kurpius, a lifestyle motorcycle photographer. Forget the studio. Crisp and captivating, Josh’s pictures pierce the veil of H-D’s diverse and dynamic riding culture.
One Harley-Davidson® dealer is providing more than motorcycles. It’s cultivating community. Come inside “The Bunker,” a rallying point for bikers and their families built by Harley-Davidson® Chattahoochee. The concert space is one facet of a larger strategy to make the dealer a destination point.
The future of motorcycle riding is female, according to new data from the Motorcycle Industry Council. As a wave of women riders enters the sport, the Women’s Coalition of Motorcyclists is working to make motorcycle riding more accessible to women. Learn how they’re paving an open road for women riders.
How many miles does it take for your mind to stop chattering when you ride? Does it stop the second you hop on, or do you find calm and clarity at mile marker 25—or maybe 105? Angela Stewart, head of market operations for the West Coast region of Harley-Davidson, says the point she hits that magic mile when her mind stops depends on how busy she’s been.