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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Gary H.’s Harley Story

My mother and father and my cousin’s mother and father were brothers and sisters which made us double cousins. We were born 15 hours apart in the same hospital, the same hospital room and by the same doctor. That’s about as close to being brothers as you can get without actually being brothers. We celebrated…

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J.D. Lowin’s Harley Story

I ride an 2006 fxdwg wide glide. This last Saturday, the weather was beautiful, so I packed lightly, and road off to see my new grandson, from Sulphur, La. to Carthage, Tx. Just on the edge of the halfway mark, a deer hit me. It wrapped my crash bar around my lower, right leg and…

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Ed Morris’ Harley Story

I have wanted a Harley ever since I first started riding an Allstate 125 when I was 13 or 14 years old. If I wasn’t riding that Allstate I was at the magazine rack at the local drug store drooling on them there Harley-Davidson’s. I bought my first Harley 1200 Sporty, then traded it in…

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Daniel Kohrt’s Harley Story

I have ridden motorcycles since 1971. Back then I rode a Yamaha 250 dirt bike. I had several dirt bikes since that 1st one. There was a group of buddies back then in high school that had bikes and we all rode together. One friend had a Harley, a full dresser 1969 that we all…

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Doug Knight’s Harley Story

I grew up in the hills of West Virginia riding dirt bikes my uncle (bob lough) always had Harleys. I would go to my grandparents every Sunday for the family dinner. While I was there my uncle would be turning wrenches on the bike he had at that time. I would help him by getting…

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Bill Strong’s Harley Story

My story goes back to my youth in 1971 in St. John’s Newfoundland Canada. Motorcycles were becoming popular. There were a lot of British Bikes, Triumph Bonnevilles, B.S.A. s, Some Royal Enfields, and a few Harley Davidsons. I was 17 and had gotten my first bike. It was a Kawasaki 350 Avenger that I bought…

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George Gee’s Harley Story

G’day to all, I first got introduce to motorcycles when I was a young child by my father and uncle, I was around five years old when my father brought me my very first mini bike, and ever since then, I have had a love for the two wheels world of motorcycles. I have always…

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NinM’s Harley Story

I don’t have a touching story like death or someone left me one but I have a story of hard work and struggle. In 2008 I wanted to get a street glide or a road king. I was supposed to get into a certain career if certain tests passed. I felt I was prepared. Did…

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