Harley-davidson To Women. Let Freedom Ring.

Harley-Davidson recently announced the Let Freedom Ring Promotion, which encourages women to learn to ride motorcycles and celebrates women who have a passion for freedom and adventure on two wheels. The promotion awards a ring custom-designed by Karen Davidson for any woman who purchases a new Harley-Davidson or Buell motorcycle and has successfully completed either the Rider’s Edge New Rider Course or Skilled Rider Course before October 1, 2008. Details are posted at Harley-Davidson Women Riders


9 Responses to “Harley-davidson To Women. Let Freedom Ring.”

  1. 1 rodent Jun 29th, 2008 at 12:32 pm

    So if ya buy a bike and pay for the rider course they throw in a ring?

  2. 2 Mary Aug 16th, 2008 at 3:46 am

    i bought my bike a year ago and completed the course. I want to purchase this ring..but they say it won’t be for sale. is there any way to get this ring?

  3. 3 Kathy Aug 29th, 2008 at 11:29 pm

    I also bought a bike this year, in April, one last year in April as well and have completed the course. Will these rings eventually be for sale?

  4. 4 Denise Oct 5th, 2008 at 9:11 am

    I first heard about this promotion in the Summer 2008 Enthusiast. (page 9) I would like to get more information on the “Let Freedom Ring” Promotion – but the link here doesn’t work. I purchased a Harley and attended the Rider’s Edge course. Anyone have more info?

  5. 5 Kate Oct 14th, 2008 at 2:07 pm

    I purchased my motorcycle on July 11, 2008 and took and passed the Rider’s Edge course August 1st through August 4th. I read about the “Let Freedom Ring” promotion in Harley’s Enthusiast magazine and went to Meredith Harley Davidson on August 29th, and filled out the promotion application. The gentlemen there wouldn’t let me mail it and said he would mail it himself. I still have not heard any word about my ring. How do I find out if my application was ever received and where am I in the process????

  6. 6 Wendi Norred Oct 29th, 2008 at 9:50 pm

    I have attempted this before. I was greatly disappointed not to be able to get the ring. I completed the riders edge class in April. Happy birthday, as it was on my birthday. and then I purchased a bike that was more expensive than a new Sportster. Only to find out that I didn’t qualify. and from the message above, it sounds like it was a technic to entice women to ride, which riding is good, but poor technic, It certainly doesn’t inspire me to give a good reference to others about Harley Davidson. Shame on you.

  7. 7 Donna Nov 28th, 2008 at 2:40 pm

    Application said 12 weeks. Limited supply. Has anyone received the ring?

  8. 8 Rachel Dec 18th, 2008 at 1:02 pm

    I to purchased a bike in April 2008 and completed the Riders Edge Course, only to find out that I did not qualify for the ring.Acroding to the web site I did and when I went to the dealer they also said that I qualifed. They filled out my form and sent all my info in for me. I got a letter a few days ago saying that I did not qualify. I called the number on the letter and spoke to the marketing company and they refused to budge on it.

  9. 9 Janet Apr 1st, 2009 at 5:16 pm

    Yes,,,I got my ring 9 months after the course…they only had sizes 7 and 10, so after 9 months i told them to send me the 7….if you havnt got yours yet call Harley home office number and take a size 7 or 10…took class and bought bike in aug. 2008 got ring in march 2009

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