Tell Us Your Harley Story

Tell Us Your Story
collage strip of old Harley Photos

Harley-Davidson has been an American icon since 1903, and there have been generations of riders on the roads before us. In many cases, we become riders because of these older generations. Our parents, grandparents, or other family members introduced us to the lifestyle at a young age. It’s not just about the motorcycle, it’s about our memories created with them.

Think back to when you became interested in Harley-Davidsons. Was there a rider in your family before you? Who was it? Do they still ride? Do you ride together? Did they leave you a motorcycle? We want to know!

Fix My Hog wants you to share your story with us for a chance of a lifetime. If you have been left a family member’s Harley-Davidson, tell us about you, your family member and the Harley-Davidson they passed along to you. We would like to share your story with the Fix My Hog community, and you might even get a chance to get that Harley fixed if it needs some tender, wrenching care from Fix My Hog. Submit your story here and make sure to include some photos.

Read some of the great stories submitted by our members and visitors.

collage strip of old Harley Photos

We thank Dennis Kirk for helping to share these stories.

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Mike’s Road King Story

Hi, my name is Mike I’ve been married for twenty one years. I have three kids, my son has been in the Navy for fourteen years and my two girls have done very well for themselves. I got my Harley Davidson Road King classic and have been riding for two years. It’s something about a…

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Tony Crist’s Harley Story

I wasn’t from a motorcycle family, but in 1969 my dad bought me and my twin brother a Honda mini trail. That same year the TV show Then Came Bronson. I was hooked. It took me until 1973 when I got out of school and started working at General motors I got my 1st bike…

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Scott Palmo’s Harley Story

My Dad used to have motorcycle magazines from the 1970s throughout the house, I loved looking at them. One of my favorite memories was seeing the Harley Davidson ads of the Super Glides. They looked really cool, always in a back street in the middle of the night. Looked like the toughest machine on Earth.…

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Tony Walter-Girout’s Harley Story

I was raised in an orphanage in South Africa in the 50s. It was St Mary’s to be exact in Johannesburg!! In brief, every year members of the wealthy would put together Christmas’s functions. This particular year the Hells Angels Africa came and put together a ride and came with gifts, loads of Bikes, men…

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Henry Donald’s Harley Story

Hello Dennis, here is my Harley Davidson story. I am a 61-year-old man, and father, that rides. I have been riding for over 40 years. I started riding my brother’s bike. A homebuilt 1936 Flathead 45 on a hardtail chopper frame. The front end was extended 17 inches and raked just enough to keep the…

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