Over a thousand Harleys at the H.O.G. rally in Goa

    More than 1,000 Harley Owners Group, India (H.O.G) members participated in the 2nd National H.O.G. Rally.

    Published On Jan 21, 2014 03:44:00 PM


    Thousands of Harley-Davidson riders headed for Goa when Harley Owners Group, India (H.O.G) rally hit the city. Members from all the 13 chapters in India were present for the traditional H.O.G. rally parade, thundering down the roads from Baga to Vagator with a striking display of rumbling engines and flashing chrome.

    Bengal Harley-Davidson (Kolkata) won Chapter of the Year – 2013, an honour given to the most active chapter, followed by the Big 5 patch – A special recognition given to national H.O.G. rally riders who attended all four Zonal H.O.G. rallies in one calendar year.

    Harley-Davidson Street 750 powered by the new liquid-cooled 'Revolution X' powertrain, was revealed at IBW, Goa in the presence of Anoop Prakash, MD, Harley-Davidson India and Frank Savage, lead designer for Street 750, from Harley-Davidson’s product development centre in Wisconsin. This sportster received a strong and positive response from Harley-Davidson owners and fans present at the IBW. Harley-Davidson India also showcased accessories and customization options for the Street range.

    The specifications and pricing for the Street 750 will be revealed in the launch at Auto-Expo, Delhi. However, Anoop Prakash, MD, Harley-Davidson India did confirm it would be under Rs 5 lakh. The Street 750 will be manufactured at the H-D plant in Bawal, Haryana, production of which will commence soon after its launch.

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