Harley-Davidson offers Power Up opportunity

On the back of the massive success of the brand’s Number One contest, Harley-Davidson are ramping up customisation options by offering new customers an additional $3000 worth of genuine parts and accessories on selected motorcycles.

With riders across Australia and New Zealand having seen first-hand the artistry that can be achieved, the bike maker has launched Power Up, a performance and customisation focused initiative.

Rider’s can Power Up any model year cruiser or touring model, excluding any Breakout, the 2024 Street Glide and Road Glide, CVO, Trike, H-DX or Icon model. That means you can have at it, on bikes like the Low Rider S, Fat Boy, Low Rider ST, Road King and Street Bob.

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Through countless options, including retro speedo and tacho combos, split vision mirrors, cams, exhausts, heavy breathers, saddlebag linings and even motorcycle covers, you can infuse your own unique style and identity into your motorcycle.

It’s the perfect way for new owners to kick off their motorcycle customisation journey, and you can find out more about how you can pimp your 2024 Harley-Davidson, by visiting their website, or talking to your local dealership.

If you’re new to the brand, and keen to arrange a test ride, you can find the outlet nearest you, online.

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