Harley-Davidson is recalling 66,421 touring motorcycles because of a problem with the front brake lines.
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Edelweiss Bike Travel And Harley-Davidson Team Up
Harley-Davidson is teaming up with Edelweiss Bike Travel as part of its Harley-Davidson authorized tours program to offer riders a brand-new selection of premium riding tours across Europe and Africa.
Edelweiss Bike Travel has more than 30 years of expertise in worldwide motorcycle touring and has created a range of once-in-a-lifetime touring rides for both new and experienced riders. The new Harley-Davidson authorized tours provided by the Edelweiss team include a breath-taking ride through the beauty of the Bavarian Forest and ancient Habsburg Empire, a spectacular journey through the rugged scenery of Scotland and an unforgettable adventure through the stunning landscape of Morocco on the African continent.
Harley-Davidson authorized tours operates more than 200 tours globally each year. The program offers access to some of the most incredible locations of the world and takes riders on epic journeys along some of the best roads for Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Participants can book tours as an individual or as a group, and can select from five different tour types, available across five worldwide regions.
For more information on Harley-Davidson Authorized Tours or to book a tour visit www.harley-davidson.com/
When Harley-Davidson first entered the Indian market, The Motor Company decided to import existing models as complete knockdown kits for final assembly in the burgeoning market. Considering the average motorcycle in India has a displacement smaller than 200cc, it was inevitable Harley-Davidson would eventually have to produce a small-displacement model rather than rely on its […]