Help Change a Life This Summer by Supporting MDA Summer Camp

Muscular dystrophy is a debilitating disease that touches the lives of adults and children alike. For anyone diagnosed, this muscle wasting disease will result in chronic health problems and a shorter lifespan. While many associate muscular dystrophy with Lou Gehrig’s disease, the most common and debilitating form is Duchenne muscular dystrophy which starts showing symptoms in children as early as two. Children with muscular dystrophy will over time lose the ability walk, to eat and to live an independent life. Typically, children with this disease are wheelchair bound by the age of 12. “Normal” isn’t a word children with muscular dystrophy get to use very often but for one week in the summer, they are considered just that. The Muscle Dystrophy Association (MDA) Summer Camp is a program that allows children with muscle dystrophy to experience the fun and excitement of summer camp in…

Las Vegas Harley Davidson’s 1st Ladies Ride

Back in 2009, Harley Davidson declared the month of May to be Women Riders month. This annual event showcases the many women who already ride the open roads as well as to encourage new female riders to get on board. Women from all walks of life can enjoy women-only gatherings to talk about the sport they love. Bringing Women Riders to Las Vegas To celebrate the 2017 Women Riders month, Las Vegas Harley-Davidson is proud to host its 1st Ladies’ Ride, on Saturday, May 20th from 10AM to 2PM. This first ever event is being held at the Harley-Davidson dealership at 5191 South Las Vegas Boulevard. Come out and take part in this fun event, whether you are an experienced rider or just getting into the sport of motorcycling. You can take part in the ride, learn a few safety tips and shop for…

Check Your Helmet Month

Let the rest of the world think of April as “tax filing month.” The conscientious team at Las Vegas Harley-Davidson wants customers to put their safety first and remember that April is National Check Your Helmet Month. This means, first and foremost, that it’s time to ensure your helmet is no more than five years old. If it’s older, it’s time for a new helmet, no matter how spiffy it may appear. Helmets are manufactured to be highly durable, but they do have a definite lifespan and five years is it. If your helmet is less than five years old – and you can check the date written in the liner – you should inspect it carefully to ensure it protects you as it should. Allow the Harley-Davidson team to guide the way. Your Helmet Deserves a Thorough Inspection Inspect the condition of the…

The Las Vegas Harley-Davidson Roll With Us Season Opener Appreciation Event

Some things just go together — Wine and cheese. Burgers and brats. Yin and yang. But you haven’t seen anything until you’ve seen Las Vegas Harley-Davidson’s perfect pairing: Hogs and Dogs! On Saturday, April 22nd, you’re invited to meet our crew and browse our bikes during our Customer Appreciation Day celebration. True to its foundation, this festivity will be filled with hogs for days and dogs while supplies last. Come enjoy some freshly grilled hot dogs and hamburgers while you peruse our awesome selection of Harley-Davidson bikes. The Details Customer Appreciation Day will last from 11:00am until 2:00pm. We’ll have the grill going while supplies last, so get there early to ensure you get a chance to enjoy the festivities in full! Las Vegas Harley-Davidson is located at 5191 South Las Vegas Boulevard, just south of Mandalay Bay and directly across the street from Bali…

Streetmasters Motorcycle Workshop

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DATE CHANGED DUE TO WEATHER!  POSTPONED TO MARCH 21st!  You still have time to register. Walt Fulton, former factory sponsored racer for Harley-Davidson Motor Co. and partner Nancy Foote, are bringing the Streetmasters Precision Cornering Workshop to Las Vegas Harley-Davidson on Saturday, MARCH 21st, 2015. This one-day workshop will focus specifically on cornering skills and all the component facets needed to comfortably negotiate the tightest of turns with ease. This workshop is not intended as a beginner class, but is designed for the seasoned rider. Who should take this workshop? If you answer “yes” to any of these questions perhaps you should consider joining us at Streetmasters. • I sometimes cross the centerline in tight corners. • I can’t seem to hold a smooth line through a turn. • I often have to use the brakes in the middle of a corner. • I…