Harley-Davidson owners gathered for the biggest zonal rally by far as more than 700 owners from across 13 India H.O.G. Chapters participated in the Northern H.O.G. Rally in Pushkar. Some Harley owners rode from as far as Kochi and Chennai. Riders from across 13 India H.O.G. Chapters enjoyed camping experience amidst sand dunes and indulged in activities such as hot air balloon and helicopter rides above the city of Pushkar, a custom motorcycle zone, arm wrestling competitions, workshops on pre-ride motorcycle maintenance and a fusion music night.
Every H.O.G. Rally also has the signature custom contest, where riders showcase the passion, creativity and inspiration they have put into their motorcycles. The urge to make a personal statement through customization is central to the soul of motorcycle riders and the Harley-Davidson ownership experience.
Speaking about the rally, Utkarsh Baxi, Dealer Principal, Dunes Harley Davidson said, “Leisure motorcycling culture has always been popular in Rajasthan and since the opening of Dunes Harley-Davidson last year, we have seen the culture grow. The passion and enthusiasm from customers for the brand continues to inspire us on delivering a great customer ownership experience in the state. With introduction of Street 750 early this year, the Harley-Davidson lifestyle is now accessible to a wide base of motorcycle enthusiasts, as we embrace new riders to the growing community of Harley owners.”
Deepesh Tanwar, Director Dunes Chapter, Jaipur added, “It was great to see Harley owners ride long distances to join the brotherhood in Pushkar, Rajasthan. We look forward to organizing many such rallies in Rajasthan and inspire new and experienced riders alike to ride more and get more out of their journey of finding freedom and celebrating self-expression on their Harley-Davidson motorcycles.”
Harley-Davidson also showcased the newly launched motorcycle, the Breakout, an attention-grabbing performance cruiser from the popular Softail platform.
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