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Harley Davidson Street 750 and 2nd national HOG rally at 2014 India Bike Week

At the India Bike Week 2014, HOG’s from across India are expected to congregate in the city of sun and sand to share their common love for adventure and motorcycling and the Harley Davidson brand.

Harley Davidson is also principal sponsors of India Bike Week (IBW) being held in Goa on January 17 and 18, 2014. It is here that the company will be showcasing the highly anticipated Street 750 against a backdrop of activities which include 26 live bands and 3 concert stages. This time round, the HOG Rally and IBW will see Mr. Frank Savage, Design Leader from Harley-Davidson’s Product Development Center in Wisconsin in attendance. Savage will be part of the jury judging the best customized Harley Davidson from among Sportster, Dyna, Softail, V-Rod and Touring.

Harley Davidson Street 750 will be manufactured from the company plant in Bawal, Haryana for which the company has made additional investments. The 750 was seen at the 2013 edition of EICMA where it was powered by an all new Revolution X Engine which boasts of liquid cooling and is a first for a Harley motorcycle.

Sharing his enthusiasm for the second edition of the India H.O.G Rally, Mr. Anoop Prakash, Managing Director, Harley-Davidson India stated, “Today we are the leader in premium leisure motorcycling with 13 dealerships across the country and nearly 4,000 Harley-Davidson motorcycles on the road. Our association as a founding sponsor of India Bike Week is natural as we continue to develop leisure motorcycling in India for all enthusiasts. Our first India H.O.G. Rally at the beginning of the year saw over 600 Harley-Davidson owners riding into Goa from across India. This year we take it up a notch and are expecting close to 1,000 riders. Besides the opportunity to see their favorite experience of the Harley-Davidson lifestyle at the event, enthusiasts visiting India Bike Week will also be among the first in India to see the all new Harley-Davidson Street 750.”

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