Harley Davidson Dark Custom Motorcycle

Nothing beats the feeling of throwing a leg over and heading to those open black top roads, especially when you have your friends with you. Well, Harley Davidson is making it easier to do just that on one of their new Roadster motorcycle’s.

For less then seven bucks a day, you can own a new Dark Custom Roadster and it doesn’t get any easier then that. That is a million smiles for 7 bucks, who wouldn’t want that feeling? To make this all a reality, Harley Davidson created it’s first ever free motorcycle share pop up, giving people the chance to test ride a new motorcycle and see for themselves just what all the talk is about.

“We borrowed the popular bicycle share concept for a few days to showcase how folks can afford to own this new racing-inspired motorcycle,” said Dino Bernacchi, Harley-Davidson U.S. Marketing Director. “This will give riders an opportunity to experience an all-new and more exhilarating way to get around the city. A trip across town on two-wheels will never be the same.”

“This whole effort is designed to show just how attainable owning a new Harley-Davidson motorcycle can be. So, if folks can’t make it down to one of our pop-ups, they can head to a local Harley-Davidson dealer and see for themselves how owning a new Roadster or one of eight other new Harley-Davidson motorcycles can cost less than $7 a day,” Bernacchi added. “It’s easier now than ever to own a Harley-Davidson with the new Roadster, or look into the Street 500 starting at $99 a month**.”

Make sure to stop in to the following Harley-Davidson motorcycle-share locations:

Milwaukee: May 18-20, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

  • The Harley-Davidson Museum
  • Third Ward District – Broadway between Chicago and Menomonee

Portland: May 18, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

  • PDX Speedshop, 1313 NW Kearney Street, Portland OR

Los Angeles: May 18, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

  • Glendale Harley-Davidson, 3717 San Fernando Road, Glendale CA

Harley Davison has done a great job at creating the opportunity for those wanting a motorcycle for themselves at an affordable cost. At just $7 a day there is no longer an excuse, that is less then most people will spend on a meal which to me is nothing compared to the experience of throwing your leg over and heading out on that open black top road.


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