A Plymouth woman is dead after her husband lost control of his motorcycle while driving in Indiana Thursday morning, according to authorities. Lori K. Rutten, 55, and her husband Roger, 59, where driving northbound on I-65 in Lake County on a 2012 Harley Davidson motorcycle when Roger switched lanes and struck an uneven portion of the road. The motorcycle flipped, and both passengers were ejected over barrier cables, eventually landing on a grassy portion of the median.
Idaho State Police say a Minnesota man died after the Harley Davidson motorcycle he was riding collided with an antelope near the town of Ellis in central Idaho. Police say 53-year-old Lawrence Steffens of St. Louis Park, Minn., died about 2 p.m. Friday after the antelope ran in front of Steffens while Steffens negotiated a corner on U.S. Highway 93.
When you’re out driving, you’re more and more likely to see women on motorcycles. In the last 10 years, the number of women riding motorcycles in Minnesota has grown more than 58 percent — from 31,576 riders in 2002 to 53,784 in 2012. And one of the brands that is seeing the most growth is the one that is considered the most masculine — Harley Davidson.
For people who love two wheels, this is perfect riding weather. Warm temperatures brought many out Saturday to St. Paul’s Harley Davidson Store, including Harley owner John Fischer.
A Minnesota Marine who was hit while driving his motorcycle and left for dead on the highway has come a long way.
The Minnesota State Patrol announced Friday that it has disbanded its motorcycle patrol program. The unit’s remaining five Harley Davidson motorcycles will be put up for auction beginning on April 21.
“This motorcycle, I have dreamed of for 10 years.” – Jeff and his Harley-Davidson Road Glide
DETROIT (AP) — Harley-Davidson Inc. is recalling about 308,000 motorcycles to fix a switch problem that can cause failure of the brake lights and possibly even the rear brakes themselves. The company said in documents […]
From the sewing machines on display under the grandstand to the pitchman with his salsa makers, businesses are stocked up and ready to sell. The Minnesota State Fair, which starts Thursday, is prime grounds for those hoping to connect with customers.
A Harley Davidson with sentimental value is now in the hands of a thief. The motorcycle originally belonged to a Vietnam Veteran, but was stolen at a Vadnais Heights bar last Friday night.