Harley-Davidson Announces 110th Anniversary Celebrations in 2013

Harley-Davidson will celebrate 110 years of American-built motorcycles and epic riding experiences with an array of global events and activities in 2013. Among the events during the year-long celebration will be a rally in Rome, Italy, June 13-16, and a massive party over Labor Day weekend, Aug. 29 – Sept. 1, in Harley-Davidson’s home town of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

In addition to the Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary, the Motor Company will also celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) globally, with special activities planned during Labor Day weekend in Milwaukee in 2013. H.O.G., the official riding club of the Motor Company, boasts about one million members worldwide.

“Harley-Davidson is synonymous with adventure, passion and the experience of the open road,” said Mark-Hans Richer, Harley-Davidson Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. “For this 110th celebration, our customers all around the world – with our support – are going to be taking everything to the next level and making their own history.”

Information on housing options in Milwaukee and Rome is available at www.harley-davidson.com/110. Further details about the global 110th Anniversary will be announced in the coming months.


  1. I rode to Milwaukee in ’08 on my new StreetGlide for the 105th Anniversary and had a great time. Stayed 4 days, then took a ferry across Lake Michigan and rode around the U.P., then across Canada to Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. 6,700 miles of pure joy and adventure.

    Planning on going to the 110th Anniversary also, but this time will head thru Western Canada to Vancouver, then back home to Colorado.

  2. I am interested in attending the rally in Rome, Italy, June 13-16, taking my own bike.

    Any ideas on how to contact similarly interested riders?

    • Hi, I am renting a bike for anniversary…Where are you coming from? When and where will you be arriving?


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