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Few could argue that Harley Davidson is a name recognized -and revered - the world over. The company doesn’t just produce an American Legend. Harley-Davidson motorcycles are part and parcel of the American fabric.

There is no other motorcycle in the world that consistently becomes a folk art object, for a Harley-Davidson motorcycle is the only two-wheeled vehicle that invariably becomes more than a machine

Harley-Davidson has been the ride of choice for the likes of Clark Gable and Elvis Presley, Brigitte Bordot and Elizabeth Taylor, Gene Vincent and Evel Kenievel. Lee Marvin threw his leg over a Harley in the wild one, Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper in Easy Rider on chopped Panheads. Who can forget the thrilling ride of Arnold Schwarzenegger on a Fat Boy in Terminator 2? What a ride! However, Marlon Brando in The Wild One did not ride a Harley. He was on a Triumph.

One thing is sure. Harley-Davidson is a survivor and their mark has been made on the American rider as well as riders around the world. What other company can boast that they have permanent advertising on the bodies of thousands of their customers in the form of tattoos? -- Only Harley-Davidson.

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