I met with Casey Ketterhagan in the Harley-Davidson Design group a few months back and was happy to see him featured in this short that looks at the group building a new generation of motorcycles.
To test motorcycle skills, riders practice sharp turns on a marked course. It’s boring as hell unless you’re a badass motorcycle cop who can handle it at speed.
To mark the 35th anniversary of Evel Knievel’s failed Wembley Stadium jump, the Harley-Davidson Museum is opening “True Evel: The Amazing Story of Evel Knievel”, a special 10,000 square foot exhibition.
Walt Siegl builds incredible custom motorcycles in a workshop tucked away in an old textile mill in New Hampshire. We paid a visit to learn more about the man and his incredible machines.
Get a firsthand look at Walt Siegl, his workshop and his incredible custom motorcycles in our exclusive high-resolution photo gallery.
The Dark Custom line from Harley-Davidson pays tribute to the dirt tracks and drag strips, the uninhibited spirit of motorcycle culture. Explore the full line of Dark Custom motorcycles.
The Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin showcases more than 100 years of history using 450 motorcycles. It’s well worth the trip, but until you can make it in person, check out our exclusive photo gallery.
We want to celebrate our photography so we’re launching a new type of photo gallery right here, right now. Hint: it’s BIG. And what better way to celebrate than a first-hand look at the very first Harley-Davidson motorcycle. Let’s do this thing.
Harlistas: An American Journey is a look into Latino motorcycling culture in the United States told through four stories of real-life characters who proudly call themselves Harlistas — Harley riders of Latino heritage.