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New York City and Milwaukee motorcycle rides commemorate International Female Ride Day

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To help commemorate the 3rd Annual International Female Ride Day, as well as kick-start Women Riders Month, Harley-Davidson is hosting two special rides on Friday, May 1, 2009, in New York City and Milwaukee, respectively. The rides, as well as additional events throughout the month of May are designed to celebrate the millions of women who have already grabbed life by the handlebars, as well as inspire more women to experience the freedom of the open road.

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Krista Marie joins Harley-Davidson motorcycles to encourage women to ride

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Broken Bow/Holeshot Records artist and champion ATV Motocross racer Krista Marie has made her living on the open road singing, performing and racing. Now, building off of her existing relationship with the NHRA, Krista has connected with Harley-Davidson motorcycles and Screamin' Eagle racing to make promotional appearances at H-D dealerships, NHRA events and will participate in charity rides across the country on behalf of the storied brand and to support Harley-Davidson's effort to encourage women to ride.
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Big Dog Motorcycle’s new Wolf kills the competition

February 27, 2009 by Newswire  
Filed under Big Dog Motorcycles, Biker Babes, Featured, Media, Motorcycle, Videos

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Big Dog Motorcycles, the leading manufacturer of high performance, high style motorcycles, is pleased to announce its all-new Wolf received the 2009 V-Twin Bike of the Year award at the 9th annual V-Twin Expo, the industry's largest trade show, held February 7-9 in Cincinnati.
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Indian delivers Chief motorcycles to dealer network

February 24, 2009 by Editor  
Filed under Featured, Indian, Media, Motorcycle, Photos

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Indian Motorcycle opens first 7 dealerships

The long-anticipated introduction of the all-new 2009 Indian Chief motorcycle has arrived. After almost five years of investment, product development, testing, and dealer development, Indian Motorcycle is pleased to announce that the first shipment of limited production 2009 Indian Chiefs has been shipped to seven dealerships across the nation. Indian Motorcycle accessories, apparel and gifts are also available. Founded in 1901, the legendary Indian brand remains America’s first motorcycle.

Chairman Stephen Julius and President Steve Heese have orchestrated the re-launch of Indian. Under General Manager Chris Bernauer, the Indian Motorcycle team has delivered a line of powerful machines that are worthy of the Indian Motorcycle name. Stephen Julius said the following in response to this remarkable achievement "We have reached an incredible milestone in the history of Indian Motorcycle. Indian Motorcycle is once again a premium motorcycle manufacturer dedicated to engineering and styling excellence. We have assembled a dynamic team, developed an outstanding product, and are selling motorcycles in beautifully branded Indian showrooms."
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SoCal artists open the Art of Rebellion to celebrate Harley-Davidson Iron 883

February 19, 2009 by Harley-Davidson  
Filed under Featured, Harley-Davidson, Media, Models, Photos

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Gallery celebrating new motorcycle under $8K extended two weeks

Hundreds turned out in Santa Monica, Calif. Saturday night to watch two worlds of rebellion collide when a band of low brow artists—including Shepard Fairey—displayed what rebellion means to them at a public gallery opening titled The Art of Rebellion - all to celebrate a coming out party for Harley-Davidson's latest dark ride, the Iron 883™ motorcycle.

Harley-Davidson Iron as art
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Harley-Davidson debuts new HOG magazine

February 14, 2009 by Harley-Davidson  
Filed under H.O.G., Harley-Davidson, Media, Photos

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.

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