Harley-Davidson. Celebrating 115th Anniversary

You know the story. In 1903, four young men in Milwaukee put a motor in a bicycle frame, and riders from all walks of life have been coming back to cut loose ever since. One hundred and fifteen years later, it’s time to celebrate and Harley-Davidson is building Anniversary metal.

Two Limited Edition 115th Anniversary paint schemes will be available on select 2018 models. The divergent styles will appeal to a broader audience of customers and, to add exclusivity to each model, all paint sets will be serialized.

115TH Anniversary Two Tone

Available only on Tri-Glide®, Ultra Limited, Street Glide®, Fat Boy® 114, and Heritage Classic 114 models.

• Exclusive Legend Blue/Vivid Black two-tone paint scheme
• Triple pinstripe
• 115th Anniversary multi-metal tank cloisonné
◦ Eagle holding the Bar and Shield in its talons
• Perforated seat with blue stitching and embossed “HDMC”
• 115th Anniversary script on console, timer cover and air cleaner
• Serialization on trim

115TH Anniversary Denim

Available only on Street Glide® Special, Fat Boy®114, Breakout® 114, and Forty-Eight® models.
• Exclusive Legend Blue Denim paint
• 115th Anniversary tattoo-inspired graphic
◦ Eagle holding the Bar and Shield in its talons
◦ Harley-Davidson script varies by model
• Perforated seat with blue stitching and embossed “HDMC”
• Serialization hand-applied at the factory

6 Responses to “Harley-Davidson. Celebrating 115th Anniversary”

  1. 1 X1 Mike Aug 24th, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Love the Sporty paint

  2. 2 Dany Hermosa Aug 24th, 2017 at 11:31 am

    I agree, the Sporty anniversary logo is nice. Graphic not tacky as it was in former anniversaries.

  3. 3 Charles from MA Aug 25th, 2017 at 8:10 am

    I think it’s tacky that they make an anniversary out of every 5 years. It might be profitable, otherwise why would they do it, but it doesn’t seem classy to me. It seems desperate to make anniversary editions every five years.

  4. 4 oldjohn1951 Aug 25th, 2017 at 8:11 am

    I agree for a change. The graphics ARE great. However, I would like to see a return of the pre-1968 twin seat on one of the models. I am tired of that current look.

  5. 5 John Adams Aug 27th, 2017 at 6:18 pm

    To really make them must have collectors, limit the runs to 25 each -;0)

  6. 6 SIGREED Aug 31st, 2017 at 1:59 am

    Why did HD not make the 2nd option a 115ci motor? Huge marketing fopaux…

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