Harley-Davidson's motorcycle sales are struggling. Competing with Bird, Lime, Uber and Lyft might be an answer.
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They might not have the thunderous rumble of a classic hog, but Harley-Davidson’s new line of electric bikes are a lot better for the environment — and they’re pretty sweet looking, too. Harley-Davidson showed off two new electric concepts at the Consumer Electronics Show and the Winter X-Games in January: an electric
Motorcycling in America is getting a makeover. Industry stalwarts and upstart competitors are trying to attract new riders who want something different from Harley-Davidson’s big burbling cruisers or screaming Japanese and European performance bikes. The changes are in response to younger riders who are attracted to the efficiency and fun
If the idea of a regular summer job seems boring—then Harley-Davidson has an internship that’s definitely worth looking into. The iconic motorcycle company is hiring summer interns, and there are some serious perks involved for whoever gets the gig. For starters, the internship is paid, and at the end of
TECUMSEH — The room is full of rare motorcycles, and Bill Montz can tell you what makes them so collectible, and what makes them go.
The funeral home is offering motorcycle rides now — $400 for a one-way ticket.
Under pressure from U.S. safety regulators, Harley-Davidson is recalling nearly 175,000 motorcycles because the brakes might fail. The U.S. recall covers more than 30 models from the 2008 through 2011 model years. Harley says deposits can form on brake parts if the fluid isn’t changed every two years as specified