Harley-Davidson might not be America's first motorcycle brand, but it's its longest-running and most iconic one. The Harley-Davidson brand has captured the hearts, minds and wallets of Americans for over a century now and continues to offer premium motorcycles like the Road King, the Fat Bob and the Sportster alongside more affordable bikes from its Street series.
The brand's first dedicated model will debut on July 8.
Harley wants to go big on electric motorcycles, and having a dedicated C-level executive will support that goal.
We test the legendary American motorcycle company's battery-powered bicycles and come away impressed.
A world away from its iconic motorcycles, Harley's new sub-brand delivers fun, premium e-bikes.
Harley's first entrant into the competitive large-displacement adventure bike segment looks to be a well-considered effort.
The iconic American company posted a near $100 million quarterly loss, but wants to turn things around with an eye on the future.
The issue, while serious, only affects around 1,000 motorcycles and can be fixed with a software update.
The brand did less than 5% of its business there, but it did produce some motorcycles for other world markets in Bawal.