News about Harley-Davidson Inc., including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.
Future Shock: Whispering Harleys
Harley-Davidson, known for its rumbling motorcycles, is introducing its Project LiveWire Experience, an event that will offer licensed riders a chance to try, of all things, an electric Harley.
Harley-Davidson, Jaguar and Mazda Issue Recalls
Some recent Harley models may have a fueling defect; some Jaguar models are prone to a suspension issue; Mazda recalls cars with regenerative braking.
At the Auto Show, Vehicles With a New York Connection
Two gubernatorial limousines, a classic Corvette and a custom Harley-Davidson have come down from Albany.
Harley-Davidson Brings Back the ’70s With Low Rider Model
Harley unveiled a new model based upon a 1977 favorite, the Low Rider, as well as a lightweight touring bike called the SuperLow 1200T.
Pope Francis’ Harley-Davidson Sells for $327,000 at Paris Auction
Money from the sale of the bike, which was donated to the Vatican by Harley-Davidson, will benefit a soup kitchen in Rome.
Building a Harley Faster
A modern manufacturing morality tale in which workers and management came together to save an American icon.
Acura, Harley-Davidson and Suzuki to Issue Recalls
Nearly 20,000 new Acura MDX utility vehicles, close to 20,000 Harley-Davidson motorcycles and 142 Suzuki motorcycles will be recalled.
Wheelies: The Anchorman Edition
Ron Burgundy, the main character of the movie “Anchorman,” does humorous Dodge Durango ads, and Pope Francis is selling his Harley.
Harley-Davidson Unveils Project Rushmore Bikes
Under the label Project Rushmore, Harley-Davidson unveiled eight new motorcycles for 2014.
First Ride: The Reborn 2014 Indian Motorcycles
With classic styling and plenty of power, the all-new Indian motorcycle line from Polaris ranks high in wow factor.