Nobody knows chrome like Harley Davidson. It’s rather iconic to the Harley® brand, playing a huge role in the overall aesthetic of the bikes. So it makes sense to know how to correctly clean and polish your chrome to maintain that factory finish shine and longevity.
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Is the Official Harley Davidson® App worth the download space on your smartphone? This was the question that needed to be answered. After spending a couple weeks exploring the ins and outs of the app, it's safe to say there are some really nice concepts and features that will keep you entertained.
Here’s a quick and easy solution to remove any surface scratch and swirls on your Harley Davidson® paint work. All that is required is a bottle of Harley Davidson’s® Scratch and Swirl Surface Repair, a bit of elbow grease, and a cold refreshment to keep you company.
We never plan on dropping our motorcycle, yet it does happen. To make sure you are prepared in this situation, here’s a quick guide on how to correctly pick up a dropped motorcycle.
Engineered for simple, effective and fluent communication, the Boom!™ Audio 30K Bluetooth® Headset is Harley-Davidson®'s flagship wireless headset.
First introduced at EICMA in 2019, Harley Davidson’s® Pan America™ aims to entice and diverse Harley’s® customer market as part of their “More Roads To Harley-Davidson®” initiative. And honestly, it’s quite impressive...
An ideal riding world would simulate clear sky’s and grippy tarmac. However, as dreamy as this sounds, riders must be realistic and prepare for the worst conditions. It’s not pleasant, nor the safest, but sometimes we can’t avoid getting caught out or commuting in the rain.
Harley’s® Reflex Defensive Rider System (RDRS) is a collection of highly advanced electrical chassis controls, enhancing riders confidence during unexpected situations or poor road conditions.
For riders that frequently find themselves in riding conditions that require extensive idling of their motorcycle, selected Harleys® are equipped with an Engine Idle Temperature Management System (EITMS).
It’s a sad reality, yet motorcycles do get stolen and at a frequent rate. Statistics have shown that during the years 2019-20, over 9,000 motorcycle thefts were recorded in Australia, half of which were never recovered.
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