Women break stereotypes and hit the open road on their Harleys

New Delhi, 24 May 2017: The exclusive chapter for Harley's women riders called Ladies of Harley (LOH) will take off for its first official ride to Dandeli, Karnataka from 26-28 May, 2017. Close to 50 LOH members will be riding from as far as Ahmedabad and Pune for a weekend full of interesting activities and workshops at the Regenta Resort, Dandeli.


According to Pallavi Singh, Director Marketing, Harley-Davidson India, “Women riders are a fast-expanding group in the motorcycle community. As a rider myself, I feel thrilled that Ladies of Harley is embarking on its first journey as a chapter. It is exciting to know that an increasing number of women are breaking stereotypes and hitting the open roads on their motorcycles.”

One of the most anticipated programmes during the ride will be the Passport to Freedom- the maiden edition for Ladies of Harley. Harley-Davidson’s Passport to Freedom is an interactive programme designed to encourage safe and confident riding among riders and commenced in March. Curated as an interactive session, seasoned riders and motorcycle experts - Sagar Sheldekar and Rohal Albal from PowerDrift will facilitate the session for Ladies of Harley.

Women break stereotypes and hit the open road on their Harleys Women break stereotypes and hit the open road on their Harleys Reviewed by Sanjay Sarma on Wednesday, May 24, 2017 Rating: 5

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