Ride with Randy Couture at the 11th Annual Xtreme Couture Ride for the Troops

Ride with Randy Couture at the 11th Annual Xtreme Couture Ride for the Troops

On Saturday, May 11th, join us for the 11th annual Xtreme Couture Ride for Our Troops motorcycle poker run. This event, hosted by UFC legend and actor Randy Couture, begins at Las Vegas Harley-Davidson, with registration from 9:00 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. The ride starts at 10:30 a.m. Riders will travel to several notable Vegas destinations to collect poker chips before ending at the famous Pioneer Saloon in Goodsprings, NV at 3:00 p.m. Here, the good times will continue with a performance by country music star and former U.S. Marine Chris Turner. There will also be a $300 prize for the high hand, $100 for the low hand, a 50/50 raffle, and a silent auction.  It’s not every day you get to say you rode with a legend. Not only is Randy Couture hosting the event, he’s also coming along for the ride! Join him and other…

Las Vegas Harley-Davidson Treats Customers Like Family With a Free Harley Service Inspection

Las Vegas Harley-Davidson Treats Customers Like Family With a Free Harley Service Inspection

Everyone who rides a motorcycle belongs to a tight-knit community brought together by the freedom and thrill of hitting the open road. That’s why Harley riders have a history of looking out for each other and treating other motorcycle enthusiasts like family. 

Keys to Group Riding: How to Stay Safe While Having Fun

Keys to Group Riding: How to Stay Safe While Having Fun

Sharing a long stretch of asphalt with a group of your buddies is the perfect way to spend a sunny afternoon in Las Vegas. Whether you’re taking a quick ride to your favorite bar or cruising across state lines, the safety of everyone in your pack is a top priority. The road captains at Las Vegas Harley-Davidson want all riders to enjoy a safe and smooth ride out on the open road. We’ve gathered together a list of five helpful tips for your next group ride. 

Spruce Up for Spring at Las Vegas Harley-Davidson

Spruce Up for Spring at Las Vegas Harley-Davidson

We’re celebrating spring at Las Vegas Harley-Davidson with three special promotions available throughout the month of April. From trade-in specials to complimentary services, there are plenty of reasons to visit our showroom this month.

Hit the Jackpot with Las Vegas Harley-Davidson’s Pre-owned Bike Selection

Hit the Jackpot with Las Vegas Harley-Davidson’s Pre-owned Bike Selection

No trip to the Strip is complete without a stop at Las Vegas Harley-Davidson. Home to one of the largest selections of motorcycles in Las Vegas, we’re constantly adding more bikes to our inventory. From Street Glides and Road Glides to Fat Bobs and Free Wheelers, we’ve got it all. If there’s a specific bike you’re looking for, chances are it’s waiting for you on our lot.

6 Defensive Motorcycle Riding Tips to Keep You Safe

6 Defensive Motorcycle Riding Tips to Keep You Safe

Defense is the best offense when riding your motorcycle. To help riders avoid accidents, we’ve identified six vital defensive motorcycle riding tips to increase your safety and the safety of those you share the road with.

Do I Really Need a Motorcycle License in Nevada in Order to Practice Riding?

Do I Really Need a Motorcycle License in Nevada in Order to Practice Riding?

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.

It’s Official, Riding a Motorcycle Is Good for Your Health

It’s Official, Riding a Motorcycle Is Good for Your Health

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…

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