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Harley-Davidson to sell “Ride Atlas” April 30, 2006

Posted by Ron Warnick in Maps, Road trips.
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According to WFRV.com, Harley-Davidson will sell its "Harley-Davidson Ride Atlas of North America" at bookstores, dealerships and other outlets sometime in May.

It's a typical atlas, except it highlights 25 scenic rides, including a segment of Route 66.

The featured rides range from jaunts on Route 66 in Arizona, with suggested stops at Prescott National Forest and the Grand Canyon Caverns in Peach Springs, to the White Mountains in New Hampshire, the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina and along the Rio Grande on U.S. border with Mexico.

The atlas also contains a bevy of information useful to riders, such as state motorcycle laws, construction information, gasoline availability, distance charts and even maps of Harley-Davidson dealerships. It's covered in a durable, rubber-like material and is designed to fit in a saddle bag.

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1. Harley - December 19, 2006

The state motorcycle laws portion will be very useful.


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