News about Harley-Davidson Inc., including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.
- Ironclad, but Not Guaranteed
Wheelies: The Déjà Vu Edition
For a second time, Michael Schumacher is retiring from Formula One competition.
Small-Business Lessons From Harley-Davidson's Turnaround
Often, these kinds of activities are led by those who have been through M.B.A. programs -- but M.B.A.'s don't always understand how smaller companies work.
At Brooklyn Invitational, Disrupting Notions of Motorcycle Culture
The fourth annual Brooklyn Invitational, featuring builders from around the United States and an atmosphere that was emphatically of its place, was the anti-Sturgis.
- Born to Be Wild, Aging Bikers Settle for Comfy
Marketing to Women Bloggers, Harley-Davidson Experiences a Rare Backfire
At a recent marketing event in New York, the brand, known for its ability to appeal to diverse riderships, may have misread its audience.
Made in America, Lost in Tsunami, Found in Canada
A beachcomber on a remote island off Alaska recently found a soccer ball and a volleyball belonging to Japanese teenagers who lost their belongings to the tsunami last year. Now a rather unexpected piece of tsunami debris has come ashore in Canada: a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
Wheelies: The Revival Edition
Not seen on a new car in nearly 30 years, the Datsun badge is being revived by Nissan in emerging Asian markets.
Motorcycle-Auction Tripleheader Comes to Las Vegas
The city is becoming a hub of vintage-motorcycle sales activity, with three prominent auction houses conducting events there this week.
1894 Roper Motorbike Aims at World Auction Record
The steam-powered motorcycle, based on a Columbia bicycle, could surpass the current record, $520,000, its consignors claim.