These bikes aren’t for everyone. And that’s how we want it. Because not everyone appreciates a motorcycle stripped down to its raw, custom essence. And it takes a one-of-a-kind rider to appreciate the potential of a bike that’s ready to be customized any way they see fit.
No frills. Pure thrills. For the chosen few willing to ride like this, it’s easier than ever to throw your leg over one of our Dark Custom™ motorcycles. Like $6 bucks a day easy. Which means you’ll still have some cash left over for that celebration beer after you buy one. Learn More
Motorcycle Boot Camp is basic training for anyone ready to ride. We know there are a ton of questions about how to get started, and we want to make it easy. We'll start with the basics and go headlights to tailpipes, getting you up to speed on everything from learning to ride to gear that fits your style.
Harley-Davidson’s partnership with Wounded Warrior Project provides injured veterans the opportunity to experience the benefits of the open road. Peer-to-peer activities, like motorcycle riding, have been known to provide positive therapeutic benefits for PTSD. One in three returning troops is diagnosed with PTSD symptoms and less than 40 percent seek help.
“We’re proud of the nearly 100 years of support Harley-Davidson has provided to the men and women who defend our country and our freedom,” said Matt Levatich, president and chief operating officer at Harley-Davidson. “Our partnership with Wounded Warrior Project builds on that legacy by supporting these veterans in their quest for strength, freedom and independence.” Learn More
Harley-Davidson interrupted its own press conference to surprise six U.S. military veterans with brand-new 2015 motorcycles. The special deliveries kickstarted a new partnership between Harley-Davidson and Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). We look forward to working with WWP to help improve the lives of service men and women living with PTSD.
“Having that freedom to ride is just amazing,” says Raymond Andalio, a Wounded Warrior Project Alumnus and Iraq war veteran who was one of six veterans surprised with a new motorcycle. Raymond is using his new Harley-Davidson motorcycle to lead other veterans on rides down the Pacific Coast Highway.