Harley Days, Australia’s largest celebration of H-D culture will be held Saturday, October 27-29.
Thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts from around the country are expected to gather at Wollongong’s Stuart Park for the event.
Nigel Keough, Managing Director of Harley-Davidson Australia & New Zealand said the company is “proud to bring Harley Days back to the stunning Illawarra region for the second year running.
“The spirit of the festival honours freedom, adventure and the creative expression of the Australian motorcycle community.”
Headlining the event is Jon Stevens, Aussie rock legend, who will perform live at Harley Days After Dark, October 28.
Jon said he is “honoured” to perform at the event.
“I played an epic gig with INXS at Harley’s 100th birthday, and I’m really looking forward to another unforgettable night.
“Roll in and rock out,” Mr Stevens said.
The 2018 Harley-Davidson models will be available to test ride from Stuart Park and for many riders it will be one of the first opportunities to see the all-new Softail range.
Guided Rides have also been organised over the three days to showcase the breathtaking scenery of the South Coast and Illawarra region.
There will be two rides per day, including a special Ladies of Harley ride that will take place on the Saturday.
Also taking part in the event is Harley ambassador Danielle Cormack (Wentworth, Rake) who’ll ride into the festival to take part in activities throughout the weekend including the Thunder Run.
The Thunder Run is a mass participation ride on the Sunday where crowds can expect to see up to thousands of riders rumble through the streets of Wollongong and stunning surrounds.
The ride will raise money for Camp Quality.