The name Harley-Davidson isn’t just about big American bikes. It’s likewise about heritage, of a way of life out on the open road with freedom as its motto. This heritage is being celebrated this weekend as Harley-Davidson of Manila, together with History Channel’s History Con in the Philippines, commemorate the iconic brand;s 115th anniversary at the World Trade Center from August 10-12, 2018.
Led by Ancient Aliens host and co-executive producer Giorgio A. Tsoukalos, the three-day event will toast to the legendary bike brand and the lifestyle it has created. Harley-Davidson of Manila will display its current lineup of cruisers that include the Softail Fatbob 107, and Softail Soft Glide.
Apart from just showing off the bikes, H-D of Manila will allow more experienced riders to try their hand at riding the Street Rod, Forty-Eight, Sportster, and Softtail Street Bob. Fans that aren’t that confident getting on these big bikes yet still want to experience the trhill of a Harley-Davidson can try jumpstarting the Street 500 if only to hear the trademark roar and rev of this classic.