H.O.G. India Rally will take place in Goa from February 16-18; nearly 3,000 members are expected to participate in the five-year anniversary celebration
Harley Davidson is ready to celebrate the 5-year anniversary of H.O.G. India Rally in Goa from February 16-18, 2017. Around 3,000 H.O.G. (Harley Owners Group) members from 26 chapters are expected to join the event. Currently, there are around 12,000 H.O.G. members are present in the country.
The event in Goa will see a scenic rally being organised by the sea. Apart from that, there will be a custom motorcycle zone and premiere comedy-rock band Vir Das’s Alien Chutney’s performance as well. Over the years, the H.O.G. India rally has become one of the most popular and interesting motorcycle event in the country.
Speaking about the fifth edition of the rally, Pallavi Singh, Director Marketing, Harley Davidson India has said, the Harley Owners Group has had a significant impact on the motorcycle community in India and it has pioneered in promoting the motorcycle cruising culture in the country.
In last five years since the first H.O.G. India Rally, the attendance of participants has grown significantly. In the upcoming event in Goa, there will be a Custom Champion Contest like every year where the Harley owners showcase their customisation skills. The grand prize owner of the contest will win ticket to the 77th Annual 2017 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Every year, the American motorcycle manufacturer organises five different H.O.G rallies across the country. Among these four are zonal rallies Western H.O.G. Rally (W.H.R.), Eastern H.O.G. Rally (E.H.R.), Northern H.O.G. Rally (N.H.R.), Southern H.O.G. Rally (S.H.R.) and there is one National rally also – the H.O.G. India Rally.
The Harley Owners Group (H.O.G) is the official group of the like-minded Harley Davidson riders and the H.O.G rally gives them a chance to come and ride together increasing bond between them. The H.O.G was formed 33 years ago. Currently it has nearly 1 million members and more than 1,400 chapters across 140 countries.
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