Over 900 Harley owners ride in Northern HOG Rally

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Published: November 30, 2015 3:48:44 PM

The zonal HOG rallies, which take place every year during the riding season from September to March, focus on offering experiences in different terrains to riders across the country

Harley-insideMore than 900 Harley owners, from across 17 chapters in India, have gathered in New Delhi and Chandigarh for the zonal HOG (Harley Owners Group) Rally so far.

The zonal HOG rallies, which take place every year during the riding season from September to March, focus on offering experiences in different terrains to riders across the country. Celebrating their passion for riding and love for open roads, more than 400 Harley owners from across country participated in unique HOG Parade on November 21, 2015 from New Delhi to Chandigarh.

Harpreet Singh Khurmi, chapter director, Capital Harley Davidson India, said, “It was great to see Harley owners come together from all over the country for the fourth Northern HOG Rally. We are thrilled to have hosted this particular edition, and we are overwhelmed by the response we received.”

The signature Custom Contest, gave riders an opportunity to show their passion and creativity through their motorcycles. Mahenrda Jain, Aditya Auluck and Yaduveer Thakur attracted attention with their Harley-Davidson SuperLow, Harley-Davidson Street Bob and Harley-Davidson Fat Boy motorcycles respectively.

This edition featured a line up of activities such as a fusion music nights, and a cultural performance. From here, the HOG will ride to Kolkata for the fourth Eastern HOG Rally on December 4, 2015.

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