Year - 1920
As its reputation for power and dependability grew, the Harley-Davidson® motorcycle then soon became popular in nearly every developed country in the world-and even in some not so developed. From the Arctic to the tropics, Harley-Davidson® motorcycles
were often the choice of riders and governments alike.
Year - 1938
Through the thirties and forties, organized club rides were
common in the world of motorcycling. As the nation struggled out of the Great Depression of the 30's, Harley-Davidson® invited people to take part in the good times enjoyed by club members in their runs, rallies and racing events.