Fortune.com, the website of Fortune magazine, just ran an article hailing the reliability of Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Half of my readers are beaming with pride, the other half are wondering if they read that wrong.Read More »
Adrian and Xania review the new Michelin Scorcher line-up of tires that come standard from factory on new Harley-Davidson motorcycles.Read More »
The electric wave is here, or at least it will be by or before the 2020 riding season. That’s when Harley-Davidson has confirmed they’ll have an electric motorcycle in production, if not sooner. The question is, will it be Harley’s ...Read More »
Last week I denounced the belief that Indian is the #1 threat to Harley-Davidson. Their market share is too small, and their brand strength isn’t yet strong enough to be an immediate threat. This week I’m continuing the four part ...Read More »
Wondering what the biggest threat to Harley-Davidson is? I'll give you a hint, it's not Indian. This four-part series by motorcycle industry expert (and former Harley-Davidson employee) tells you what's got Milwaukee feeling a little nervous.Read More »
So you want to get a little more power from your Harley-Davidson Sportster, but you're not sure where to start. You've come to the right place. Here's some basic info on Stage 1 tuning your Harley-Davidson Sportster, the pros and cons, and the costs. We'll look at what it means to Stage 1 a motorcycle, what the required components are, how to do it, and what benefits you can expect.Read More »
Which Harley-Davidson is right for you? There’s a notion in the Harley-Davidson world. The four distinct families of Harley-Davidson can be classified as Miatas, Corvettes, Cadillacs, or SUVs. A lot of first-timers will be intimidated when walking into a dealership. How ...Read More »
I was somewhere around ten years old. My father had taken me to the auto show in Toronto. It was the late 90s. Neon was out. The Y2K fears were in. At the Metro Toronto Convention Center there was a ...Read More »
Most of us could write the article; “The Dangers of buying a used Motorcycle” with conviction. Perhaps the young dip stick in love with a Suzuki TS 250, examined in the dark basement of a disreputable retailer. Or the treasure ...Read More »
Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada has once again partnered with the Movember in support of men's health. That means you've got a chance to Win a Free Harley-Davidson Street 750, one of the first of these motorcycles to arrive in Canada.
Deeley's been taking the Movember partnership seriously. Over the past three years, the H.D. network (associates, retailers, and H.O.G. Members) have contributed over $500,000 in support of the campaign. Nice!