Oxford (04 February 2011) - Northern Ireland’s only authorised Harley-Davidson® dealer, Provincewide, will be displaying at the biggest two-wheel festival in Northern Ireland this year when it returns to the King’s Hall Complex, Belfast on 11-13 February.
The annual Adelaide Motorcycle Festival is expected to attract thousands of visitors over three days, and presents the perfect platform for the County Antrim-based showroom to display the newest Harley-Davidson® motorcycle – the Softail® Blackline™.
Taking centre stage, Blackline™ celebrates three fundamental elements of motorcycling: mechanical beauty, internal combustion, and the long black line of the road ahead, which creates a Custom look that’s honest, functional and attainable.
With smooth lines that echo iconic 70s hardtails, the Blackline™ features all-new Split Drag handlebars and a narrow 144mm rear tyre with chopped fender, meaning you can adopt a comfortable, yet aggressive riding style with minimal effort and maximum attitude.
Provincewide Harley-Davidson will also be taking bookings at the show for its two-day demo extravaganza on 15-16 April. Visitors to the show with a full motorcycle licence are encouraged to visit the stand to reserve their test ride early and avoid disappointment.
“We are looking forward to showcasing Harley-Davidson’s newest motorcycle at the Northern Ireland Motorcycle Festival”, says Provincewide Dealer Principal Alan Kane. “The Harley-Davidson lifestyle offering is so vast that we have something to appeal to everyone: from T-shirts for non-riders to bikes to suit every taste and a range of customisation opportunities, tours, rentals and training.
“We’re keen to demonstrate our varied offering to Northern Ireland’s bikers and look forward to welcoming old friends and new faces on to the stand.”