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Harley owners rode 4,373,937 miles on Million Mile Monday

July 1, 2009 by Harley-Davidson  
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2009 Mileage Increased by 45 Percent over Last Year's Total

On Monday, June 29, 2009, Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) members around the world logged 4,373,937 miles during the club's second annual Million Mile Monday riding marathon.

"Our members set the bar pretty high after last year's three million miles, and we are ecstatic to have exceeded that by more than 45 percent this year," said Benny Suggs, General Manager of the Harley Owners Group. "But more important than the number of miles ridden is that so many of our members joined together on this special day to share the experience of motorcycling."

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Harley owners ride for five-million mile day

June 16, 2009 by Harley-Davidson  
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On Monday, June 29, 2009, Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) members around the world will band together in a singular challenge, to log a cumulative five million riding miles by the day's end.

Following the phenomenal success of last year's inaugural Million Mile Monday, which tripled the original goal of one million miles ridden by H.O.G. members to 3,000,960 miles, the goal for this year's ride on June 29 has been stretched to five million miles. Read more

How to ride a million miles on one Harley-Davidson

March 26, 2009 by Editor  
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Hupy & Abraham, S.C. Announces Landing Party on April 4 to Commemorate First Time Anyone Has Ridden One Million Miles on the Same Harley-Davidson

The law firm of Hupy & Abraham, S.C. announced today a landing party set for Saturday, April 4 to welcome former Wisconsin State Senator Dave Zien back to Wisconsin as he becomes the first person to ride one million miles on the same Harley-Davidson motorcycle. The feat will earn him a world record from the Iron Butt Association, an international group that oversees and governs safe, long-distance motorcycle riding challenges.

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African American rider heritage celebrated by Harley-Davidson

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The Harley-Davidson experience hits Daytona Bike Week

On March 6 and 7, Harley-Davidson will show its support of "Bikers on the Boulevard" by hosting several activities during Daytona Bike Week. Scheduled activities include music, prize drawings and an open bike show.

Riders during Daytona Bike Week have been congregating along Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard in the heart of Daytona's Midtown Black Heritage District during Bike Week for decades. Although it is uncertain exactly when this tradition began, some locals say the gathering goes back to the 1960s or even before. In honor of this rich tradition, Harley-Davidson will be celebrating at the historical intersection of Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard (Second Avenue) and Pearl Street.

"We are looking forward to another successful year and the opportunity to continue to support Harley-Davidson riders and enthusiasts who have always supported us," stated Karina Jaramillo-Saa, manager of market outreach, Harley-Davidson Motor Company. "Bikers on the Boulevard celebrates the brotherhood and spirit of riding and we are excited to be a part of it."

Various 2009 Harley-Davidson models will be on display, including the Screamin' Eagle Fat Bob®, the Road King® Classic, the V-Rod® Muscle and the Screamin' Eagle Road Glide®. Harley-Davidson will ride in style as it cruises the boulevard in Daytona Beach.

For the complete schedule of Harley-Davidson events, please visit Online coverage direct from Daytona Bike Week can be found at Since schedule information is subject to change, please check the on-site Harley-Davidson activities guide for times and locations of entertainment and other special attractions.

Harley-Davidson debuts new HOG magazine

February 14, 2009 by Harley-Davidson  
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Harley-Davidson has taken the best of Enthusiast® and HOG Tales® magazines and combined them into the all-new HOG® magazine, a world-class magazine for a world-class brand.

Since the first publication of Harley-Davidson's Enthusiast in 1916, more about motorcycling and the world in general has changed than has stayed the same. But throughout those 90-odd years, one thing has remained true: Harley-Davidson has produced magazines that give its riders a peek behind the curtain, informing them about its products, educating them about riding, and sharing their stories with legions of Harley® riders around the world. In 1983, Enthusiast was joined by Hog Tales magazine, which grew from a single-sheet newsletter into a bimonthly publication serving a diverse audience of more than one million Harley Owners Group® members internationally.

Building on a nearly century-old tradition, HOG magazine incorporates the best features of Enthusiast and Hog Tales in a bigger, bolder magazine that has the space to take enthusiasts deeper into the story than ever before, with more pages and better photography. The premier edition of HOG incorporates many familiar features from its predecessors: like the Enthusiasts section, where enthusiasts can share stories and photos from riding adventures; great riding features; product reviews; the Intake section and Exhaust column; inspiring custom motorcycles; riding tips; From the Archives; and more. There are also new features like an expanded calendar section that encourages enthusiasts to seek out destinations for their next ride, inspirational profiles of Harley riders, and even more in-depth riding reviews of Harley-Davidson motorcycles.

Harley-Davidson gets the Daytona Beach party started

February 12, 2009 by Harley-Davidson  
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Bike Week 2009 Events Include Ride-In Show, Women's Ride, Demos and More

Harley-Davidson continues its remarkable run at Daytona Bike Week with a stirring slate of activities in 2009.

Whether it's the latest Harley-Davidson motorcycles and accessories, rousing music and entertainment or exhilarating events like the Women's Day Ride and the Custom Motorcycle Ride In Show, the official Harley-Davidson schedule of events for the 68th Annual Bike Week at Daytona Beach, Fla., presents a choice chance to connect with authentic motorcycle culture and lifestyle.

Official Harley-Davidson activities at the Ocean Center will run from February 28 to March 7. Highlights include:

  • Harley-Davidson New Product Show (Feb. 28 – March 7, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
  • Women's MDA Ride and Women's Day activities (Tuesday, March 3)
  • Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Live Auction (March 6) and Bike Raffle (March 7)
  • H.O.G. member's day at new product show on Feb. 28 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with event pins and free popcorn all day long, courtesy of Harley-Davidson Insurance Services.

Harley-Davidson owners are invited to enter their Harley-Davidson motorcycles in the Custom Motorcycle Ride-In Show on Wednesday, March 4. Registration is only $10, and will be at the Ocean Center West Side Parking Lot from 9 a.m.-noon, with $500 cash prizes for Best of Show in 13 classes. Entries are open to the general public and professional bike builders with bikes on display through the awards presentation at 4 p.m.

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