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Bikers Inside the Beltway

Motorcycle Riders Foundation friends, supporters and allies: Last chance to register! Washington, D.C., Apr. 12—We are one month out from our 10th Annual Bikers Inside the Beltway event. And this is your very last chance to tell us you are coming. Registration closes Friday, April 13. Why are we closing registration? We have a lot going on this year—new materials, ...

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Celebrate Milwaukee Day at the Harley-Davidson Museum

The world’s only Harley-Davidson Museum opens its doors to all those who wear Milwaukee on their sleeve Milwaukee, Wis., Apr. 12—Harley-Davidson has been proud to call Milwaukee its hometown for all of its 115 years. The Motor Company’s roots run deep in Mil-town, and the love affair with the city is still going strong after more than a century. Come ...

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Harley-Davidson 115th Anniversary news: #MotorcycleMonday

Social media takeover Milwaukee, Wis., Apr. 10—To help celebrate Harley-Davidson’s 115th anniversary and to kick off riding season, one Monday of every month leading up to this coming Labor Day party in Milwaukee, Harley-Davidson will hand over the reins of its social media channels to an H-D fan. To start it off, next Monday, April 16, actor and rider Milo ...

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Indian names semi-finalists for Scout Bobber build-off competition

Vote for your favorite until April 19! Apr. 6—Indian Motorcycle has announced the semi-finalists of The Wrench: Scout Bobber Build Off contest. Sketches and renderings from 12 non-professional builders are posted and available for a fan vote until April 19. Fans can vote daily. After voting closes on the 19th, three finalists will be announced on April 24. The three ...

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Mees strikes again at Atlanta short track

Carver takes third aboard H-D XR750 Daytona Beach, Fla., Apr. 8—The action leading up to Saturday night’s scheduled American Flat Track Main Event at the Harley-Davidson Atlanta Short Track presented by Hellbender Harley-Davidson pointed squarely to a wild, unpredictable affair with any of a dozen riders in with a realistic shot at the win. Instead, Mother Nature swept through with ...

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American Motorcyclist Association celebrates April as Go Ride! Month

Pickerington, Ohio, April 4—As part of its celebration of AMA Go Ride! Month, the American Motorcyclist Association is providing the April issue of its membership magazine, American Motorcyclist, free online. Feature stories in the magazine include AMA Go Ride! Month, touring South Africa, changes in MotoAmerica classes and more. Every April, the AMA celebrates the riding season with AMA Go ...

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AFT introduces new Production Twins Class

AFT Production Twins class adds excitement to H-D Springfield Mile  Daytona Beach, Fla., Apr. 2—American Flat Track will introduce the AFT Production Twins support class at this year’s Harley-Davidson Springfield Mile I and II events on May 26 and September 1, respectively. At both events, the world’s fastest dirt track motorcycle racers will headline in the AFT Twins presented by Vance & Hines class. The new ...

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Americade to Feature AMCA Vintage Garage

AMCA Member Bikes to Highlight 36th Americade Lake Georga, N.Y., Mar. 27—Members of the AMCA are being invited to showcase their motorcycles and explain the benefits of club membership at Lake George this June. AMCA participants will receive free entry for themselves and spouses to many events. Awards and people’s choice judging will be included. Come join the fun and ...

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Sturgis Motorcycle Hall Of Fame Class of 2018

Honoring Hometown Resident, Hamsters, Artists, Journalist, The Queen Of Speed And Freedom Fighter Sturgis, S.D., Mar. 26, 2018—From the philanthropic efforts of the Hamsters to the journalistic coverage of the Rally and the Museum to home town resident Jack Hoel, the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum’s Class of 2018 demonstrates that Sturgis really is the epicenter of the motorcycle universe. Living up ...

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