Harley-Davidson to mark 110th Anniversary in Rome

Posted: 15 Jun 2013

Harley-Davidson are celebrating their 110th anniversary with events across the globe this year and this week the famous American motorcycle manufacturer rides into Rome for a four-day event (June 13-16) to mark the occasion.

Thousands of Harley-Davidson enthusiasts from around the world are expected to travel to the city for one of the biggest events ever hosted by the company in Europe. Events will take place across multiple sites in the Italian city including a custom bike show in the Foro Italico sports complex and a forty kilometre motorcycle parade from the Port of Ostia to central Rome. There will be live music provided by Adam Ant, Bonnie Tyler and more on beachside stages in the Harley Village situated at the Port of Ostia.

Harley-Davidson experience exhibits and merchandise will be available throughout the week’s activities, which culminate with the bikers making their way to the Vatican City to participate in Pope Francis’ weekly blessing.

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