Welcome to MotorCity Harley Owners Group Chapter #2368
MotorCity Harley Owners Group is a great way to learn about the benefits associated with owning a Harley and of the various products and services provided by MotorCity Harley-Davidson to bike owners. Whether you’re a brand new Harley owner or a seasoned rider, MotorCity Harley Owners Group offers a welcoming environment for meeting and connecting with riding enthusiasts just like you.
MotorCity H.O.G’s mission is to “Ride and Have Fun” with riders who have a passion for the Harley-Davidson brand and their iconic motorcycles. The chapter is a family-oriented, non-political and non-religious organization that prides itself on its diversity, with members from all types of occupations and backgrounds.
Chapter members volunteer their time and talents in areas including planning and coordination of riding events, non-riding member activities, community outreach efforts and chapter development. We welcome and encourage the involvement of all members in sharing ideas for improving and developing the chapter.
Please join us at the next chapter meeting to learn more about the MotorCity Harley-Davidson family and our vision for the chapter. We need your participation and input to make this “the” premier H.O.G. chapter in the tri-county Detroit area.
Steve DeChane – Chapter Director Justin “JJ” Johnson – Chapter Manager
“It’s about the ride, not the destination…”
The MotorCity H.O.G. Chapter hosts a variety of activities and events throughout the year. While riding events are our main focus, there are other activities available to members including fellowship, community outreach initiatives, rider education and fundraising efforts to support the Chapter. Our goal is to provide a variety of activities that will appeal to the diversity of our members and their families.
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