Harley-Davidson offers free riding lessons to all all current and former U.S. military, and first responders through 2016.
During the fast-paced 75th-annual Daytona Bike Week, Harley-Davidson took a moment to slow down and say “thank you,” to a group of military personnel and first responders by inviting them to take a ride around the “World Center of Racing."
Escorted by police motorcycles and led by Karen Davidson, great-granddaughter of the company co-founder, the group took an honorary lap around the recently remodeled Speedway track.
Free riding lessons
Now through the end of 2016, all current and former U.S. military, and first responders, including law enforcement officers, firefighters and EMS professionals are invited to learn to ride for free through Harley-Davidson’s Riding Academy program. More information is available at a Harley-Davidson dealer or going to h-d.com.
If Riding Academy is not available in a particular area, qualified participants can still earn a Harley-Davidson Gift Card for the same amount of the enrollment fee for a qualified third-party motorcycle riding course.