Whether you still speak with a rich Irish brogue, or you’ve yet to set foot on the Emerald Isle, once a year on St. Patrick’s Day, everyone is Irish. In celebration of the spirit of the holiday, Las Vegas Harley-Davidson invites you to a St. Paddy’s Day party filled with food, drink and plenty of good times at our dealership.
Nevada law requires you to have a motorcycle license (Class M) if you want to legally ride a motorcycle on public property. Many potential riders are confused by this because certain motorcycle-like vehicles, such as tri-mobiles and mopeds, do not require a Class M motorcycle license in Las Vegas to operate on public property, as long as the rider has a standard vehicle license.
A recent study found riding a motorcycle can provide many physical and mental health benefits. Funded by Harley-Davidson and performed by three researchers at UCLA, the study was made up of 50 male and female riders across a wide age spectrum. The riders had experience ranging from a few years to their entire adult lives. The study provided the following insight into the neuroscience of how riding affects the rider: Data Collection All the participants wore a cap covered in electrodes. This device was used to measure their brain waves while they were riding a motorcycle, driving a car and resting. Their hormone levels were also tracked before, during and after each of these things. The signal produced by brain activity is only equal to one millionth of the power of a regular AA battery. It can be hard enough to collect this data…
Few companies have a tradition as rich as Harley-Davidson. As a popular, all-American bike manufacturer, Harley-Davidson uses the power of its brand to create collectibles for souvenirs or trading with fellow riders. Along with our t-shirts, jackets, pins, and other Harley-Davidson items, we also sell poker chips – and they’ve become quite popular. People are racing to collect them, so they can frame them, trade with others or use them to win competitive games of Texas Hold ‘Em.