Harley-Davidson Launches Global Tour Programs

Harley-Davidson partnered with 11 independent multi-national tour operators to create more than 150 tour experiences in 10 different languages in North America, Europe, Africa and Australia. These tours are organized with participants choosing to ride individually or as a group and picking the experience that fit them the most: guided, semi-guided and self-guided tours.

The launch is supported by a full interactive website to help riders decide t date, format, language, region of the world, tour type, etc and book their reservations. Visit Harley-Davidson Authorized Tours.

4 Responses to “Harley-Davidson Launches Global Tour Programs”

  1. 1 Mad dog Jan 6th, 2012 at 5:18 pm

    A good initiative, taking the fly ride concept to the next level.
    Very good website etc some price guides would be useful.
    Well done.

  2. 2 Mike Jan 7th, 2012 at 12:32 am

    Yeah sure, Unemployment, underemployment who will benefit from this?

  3. 3 ian Jan 7th, 2012 at 4:04 am

    over the last 7 years I have been on quite a few of these organised tours – and whilst in many ways its “touring -lite” – you have a guide, a back up van to carry your luggage, all the hotels booked etc its also a brilliant holiday, as all the stress is taken out. The main reason I recommend them is that its a great chance to meet new like minded people from all over the world. I am also pleased HD is getting involved as this wil bring in some quality control, and after all its all about the Ride.
    I am taking one of these tours around Cuba in Feb – will let you know how it goes.

  4. 4 GetReal Jan 7th, 2012 at 5:08 am

    Hey Mike,

    I for one am all for the HD Global Tours.

    The way I look at this economy is that it needed corrected just like the housing market. Most ‘GOOD” people are working. To those that are not working, oh well join them in the food stamp line because the vast majority of them are employees I would not have working for me anyways. Face it, there will always be the unemployment, underemployment.


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