Harley-Davidson has opened a new showroom in Dubai Investment Park, marking its second location in the Emirate and the fourth in the UAE.
The new 1,481-sq-m Harley-Davidson Desert Pearl showroom was inaugurated by Humaid Abdulla A
Harley-Davidson, a leading American motorcycle manufacturing company, has announced that Bahrain Open House will launch the all-new 2015 model line-up.
Combining world-class aerodynamics, exhilarating audio performance and d
Al Baraka Islamic Bank has launched a new promotional campaign in collaboration with Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Bahrain which will run until Eid Al Fitr.
Competitive financing profit, free insurance and registration for 2014 model
A lone Harley-Davidson Street Glide motorcycle rider took to the roads of the Middle East this week kicking-off Discover More, an iconic touring ride experience launched by Harley-Davidson that will see the bike complete a 20,000km tour across m
Harley-Davidson has unveiled two new 'Dark Custom' motorcycles - The Street 750 and Street 500 - designed for young urban riders with key features including the new liquid-cooled Revolution X engines and Dark Custom styling.
Standard Chartered Bank has announced a partnership with Monther Al Mutlaq Trading Establishment, the official agent for Harley-Davidson in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.
As per the agreement, an exclusive Islamic personal finance deal
Harley-Davidson has launched the softail model, the 2013 Breakout, which boasts of distinctive finishes and specific components.
The long and low-slung bike, features a 240 mm rear tire visually balanced with thick forks and chopp
Harley-Davidson Doha has won the brand’s official Retail Environment Group plate turning the company into the only official and approved Harley-Davidson dealership in Qatar.
The plate was awarded to Robert Andrew Kelly, Harl
The number of motorbikes being sold in Bahrain has shot up by 40 to 50 per cent in the past year, according to the top official of a major dealership.
"Three years ago we were selling far fewer vehicles than we are now,"