Karen Davidson, the granddaughter of Harley-Davidson’s co-founder William A. Davidson and Creative Director of the General Merchandise Harley-Davidson Motor Company, will lead hundreds of Southern California motorcyclists as Grand Marshal of a Ride & VIP Party at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum on Sunday, October 17. The event is to celebrate the final weeks of the Library’s “Born To Be Wild” motorcycle exhibit. Many celebrities, government officials, and special guests are also expected to attend.
Five Southern California Harley-Davidson dealerships are presenting the Ride & VIP Party: Anaheim-Fullerton Harley-Davidson, Antelope Valley Harley-Davidson, Barger Harley-Davidson, California Harley-Davidson, and Pomona Valley Harley-Davidson. Group rides are planned from each dealership departing at 9am (10am from Barger H-D) on October 17. Karen Davidson, will lead the ride from California Harley-Davidson in Harbor City. The party is limited to 500 guests. Tickets are $55 and offered first come, first served and include full access to the Library and Museum, the Air Force One Pavilion, the “Born To Be Wild” exhibit, and the private VIP party grounds. Guests will be treated to an “All You Can Eat” Presidential buffet, a concert by the 8-piece all-star United Blues Band, raffle prizes, stage ceremony, and much more.
The Ronald Reagan Library is located at 40 Presidential Drive in Simi Valley, California. Tickets are available online at Reagan Library Events or at one of the 5 Harley-Davidson dealers mentioned above. (picture copyright Harley-Davidson)