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Harley-Davidson And Urban Outfitters Settle The T-Shirt Fight. Shoppers won’t be seeing the Harley-Davidson emblem in Urban Outfitters any more. Harley has agreed to drop its lawsuit against Urban Outfittersso long as the Philadelphia-based retailer never again sells merchandise that bears any symbols that resemble Harley’s logos.

Zero Motorcycle’s new “Don’t Wait for Washington” Program. The program, which launched last Friday, was created to advocate for electric motorcycles and assure buyers they will get the Electric Motorcycle Federal Tax Credit. “Don’t Wait For Washington” Assures Up To $1,869 On A Zero Motorcycle If The Government Fails To Reinstate Electric Motorcycle Tax Credit. The initiative serves the dual purposes of driving the conversation on electric motorcycles forward while legislation languishes in Washington, and of motivating would-be electric motorcycle riders to join the movement. Should the government fail to reinstate the Electric Motorcycle Federal Tax Credit by the end of the year, then Zero will step up and send cash back, up to $1,869, matching the expired tax credit for new, eligible 2017 Zero motorcycles.

2017 AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Is Friday Sept. 22 In Columbus, Ohio. Each year, the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame welcomes new members in a ceremony that is open to the public. In 2017, the induction ceremony is part of an exciting weekend of motorcycle activities staged in conjunction with the annual American International Motorcycle Expo, (AIMExpo) which brings together industry, press, dealers and consumers in a single location. This year, the weekend’s events are held in Columbus, Ohio, just a short drive from the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in Pickerington, so fans and friends can attend the ceremony and visit the Hall of Fame. “The AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame induction ceremony honors the most accomplished stars in motorcycling history and is always an entertaining and heartwarming event,” said AMA President and CEO Rob Dingman.

Ride In Peace Alan Doerman, Former Owner A.D. Farrow Harley-Davidson. Alan Doerman, died May 4 in Fort Meyers, Florida. He was 70. Doerman, and his wife, Pat, owned and operated A.D. Farrow Harley-Davidson in Columbus, OH, and Centennial Park Harley-Davidson in Pataskala before selling the business to Bob and Valerie Althoff in 2002. The Doerman’s purchased A.D. Farrow’s original Columbus store in 1983.

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