PACIFIC NORTHWEST HOG RALLY
Join the excitement, when approximately 1200 Harley-Davidson riders travel to the Pacific Northwest for the first Harley Davidson tri-state H.O.G.® rally. An expanded agenda will span four days filled with great rides, great people, a great dealership and, most of all, great riders looking for fun.
To experience all the Pacific Northwest area has to offer, our rally will have guided and self-guided rides that travel through Idaho, and Washington. All day rides, or a few hours on the road? Mountain, lake or river rides? The riders choose.
The rally kicks off on Thursday with a “getting a taste of the NW” guided ride which ends at Lone Wolf Harley Davidson for a welcome reception. This is a great opportunity to meet new friends, eat good food, dance to good music or buy the item you can’t live without from one of many vendors.
Get up early on Friday and start the guided rides through some of the most beautiful scenic locations this country has to offer. Friday night relax and enjoy fire pits, music and giveaways or shop at one of the best Harley-Davidson dealers in the country.
Saturday gives riders the opportunity to experience the Pacific Northwest by taking part in many community events planned throughout the weekend. Play golf at some of the world’s premier golf courses, or visit a real silver mine or enjoy a day at Silverwood Theme Park.
Throughout the day on Saturday there will be activities, including a motorcycle show, bike games, and much more, all taking place at Lone Wolf Harley-Davidson. These activities will be open to the public. Saturday night there will be a private “rally member only” banquet also at Lone Wolf Harley Davidson.
On Sunday, riders will wake up early for a breakfast ride. There will be games and giveaways at breakfast and then riders will again have the opportunity to experience all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer.
The goal of this year’s rally is to create an atmosphere where friendships are made, lifetime memories are created and fun is had by all
Jul 24 - 27, 2014
Spokane Valley, WA
Jun 1, 2014