What Happens In Bimingham, Stays In Birmingham

Oxford (01 November 2013) - A wooden shed, a 1947 Knucklehead and a stripped-back Fat Bob® will be three of the stars of the Harley-Davidson display at this year’s Motorcycle Live. The three striking items will make up part of a life size heritage timeline that will enable visitors to time travel through 110 years of Harley-Davidson, beginning where it all started – in a small, wooden shed.

Other iconic bikes on the stand celebrating the company’s 110 years of making great motorcycles include some of the Warr’s Harley-Davidson private collection: a 1912 Silent Gray Fellow that would have cost the princely sum of £85 when bought new, a 1942 three-speed, 30 horsepower WL750, a 1972 XR750TT famous racing machine, an iconic 1977 Café Racer, 1961 Panhead with Buddy seat and 1960 XLCH. 

But it won’t all be a history lesson; Harley will breathe new life into the UK’s largest motorcycle show at Birmingham’s NEC from Saturday 23 November to Sunday 1 December with live graffiti art, interactive experiences and the final chance to enter the People’s Bike Free Prize Draw – with a chance to win a Sportster® motorcycle that has been customised by the fanbase on the Harley-Davidson UK Facebook Page.

To be in with a chance of winning the customised Dark Custom Iron 883™, with the added Genuine Parts and Accessories selected by Facebook voting, you simply need to enter your details via the iPad at the stand.

Alongside this unique custom-built motorcycle will be the full range of the recently launched 2014 machines including the customer-inspired Project Rushmore Touring range and the new Tri Glide® Ultra Classic® trike, which will make its first UK appearance.

Also on display, will be the refreshed Fat Bob®, with its mean Dark Custom styling and Sportster family models with the addition of ABS and new colour combinations and keyless ignition.

To book tickets visit and get to Birmingham to see what’s happening in Hall 4!