African-American riders have been among the most influential in our 110 year history, blazing trails for not only other African-American riders, but for the motorcycle industry at large. Consider legends such as William B. Johnson, the first African-American Harley-Davidson dealer; Bessie Stringfield, the first known African-American woman to ride solo cross-country on a Harley in the 1930's; and Benny Hardy, the custom bike builder who helped create the iconic “Captain America” motorcycle for the movie Easy Rider.
We pay tribute to these African-American Harley legends and others like them by creating a special, limited edition Iron Elite Patch. Visit Harley-Davidson at Bikers on the Boulevard, Atlantic Beach Bike Week and National Bikers Roundup to get your patch.
Please stop by these dealers to find out how to get your Iron Elite Patch while supplies last.
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