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Harley-Davidson at the NEC

A wooden shed, a 1947 Knucklehead and a stripped-back Fat Bob® will be three of the stars of the Harley-Davidson display at this year’s Motorcycle Live, 23rd Nov to Dec 1st. The three striking items will make up part of a life size heritage timeline that will enable visitors to time travel through 110 years of Harley-Davidson, beginning where it all started – in a small, wooden shed.

Other iconic bikes on the stand celebrating the company’s 110 years of making great motorcycles include some of the Warr’s Harley-Davidson private collection: a 1912 Silent Gray Fellow that would have cost the princely sum of £85 when bought new, a 1942 three-speed, 30 horsepower WL750, a 1972 XR750TT famous racing machine, an iconic 1977 Café Racer, 1961 Panhead with Buddy seat and 1960 XLCH.

But it won’t all be a history lesson; experience live graffiti art, interactive activities and the final chance to enter the People’s Bike competition!

To be in with a chance of winning the customised Dark Custom Iron 883™, with the added Genuine Parts and Accessories selected by Facebook voting, visitors simply need to enter their details via the iPad at the stand.

Alongside this unique custom-built motorcycle will be the full range of the recently launched 2014 machines including the customer-inspired Project Rushmore Touring range and the new Tri Glide® Ultra Classic® trike, which will make its first UK appearance.


Also on display, will be the refreshed Fat Bob®, with its mean Dark Custom styling and Sportster family models with the addition of ABS and new colour combinations in Hard Candy Custom™ metal flake colours.


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