At long last, Las Vegas Harley-Davidson is now open on the Vegas strip. Located at 5191 S. Las Vegas Boulevard, the store is just steps away from the famous “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign. To celebrate the store’s grand opening, a commemoration and day-long party will commence on Saturday, November 1, which will also include a custom motorcycle raffle.
The spacious 65,000-square-foot venue features a dealership, rental services, retail shop, service center and riding academy all under one roof. Visitors can also stop in the store’s “Recharge Zone” convenience store to hydrate, cool-off and enjoy complimentary wireless internet access. In addition to the Strip-side store, Las Vegas Harley-Davidson also owns and operates Red Rock Harley-Davidson and Zion Harley-Davidson.
“After years of planning, we are excited to finally bring Las Vegas Harley-Davidson to the Strip,” remarked Las Vegas Harley-Davidson President, Don Andress. “We look forward to introducing the Harley-Davidson brand to a whole new audience thanks to the store’s prime location.”
On Saturday, Nov. 1, Las Vegas Harley-Davidson will host a grand opening celebration. Kicking-off at noon, the festivities will include appearances by professional dirt track riders, Jared and Nichole Mees as well as live performances by magician Seth Grabel, blues musician Michael Ubaldini and country singer Sierra Black. Patrons can also indulge in delicious dishes from local food trucks such as Sausage Fest, Sin City Dogs, Slindin’ Thru, Stripchezze and Taco Fest. The event is open to the public and free of charge.
During the celebration, Las Vegas Harley-Davidson will raffle off a one-of-a-kind, Nevada-themed motorcycle signed by Governor of Nevada Brian Sandoval. The bike, a 2014 FLHX Harley-Davidson Street Glide, was created from the ground up to celebrate the state’s 150th anniversary. Priced at $150, tickets are still available at Las Vegas Harley-Davidson with all proceeds being donated to Nevada 150 Foundation, Inc.
“This motorcycle is an incredible tribute to the State of Nevada,” said Governor Brian Sandoval. “It is beautiful enough to be in a museum, but it is meant to be ridden. It will be an incredible prize for the lucky winner.”
Las Vegas Harley-Davidson is open Monday through Sunday, 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. The location’s service center is open Monday – Sunday, 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. For more information about Las Vegas Harley-Davidson or to make a service appointment, please call 702.431.8500 or visit www.LasVegasHarleyDavidson.com.