2016 Dark Custom range from Harley-Davidson to be showcased at Harley Rock Riders
The sixth edition of Harley-Davidson's signature music festival, Harley Rock Riders, is slotted for October 30-31, 2015. The motorcycle maker will be showcasing its 2016 Dark Custom range alongside international and domestic rock acts at the Richardson Cruddas Foundry at Byculla, Mumbai.
The 2016 Harley is part of the motorcycle maker's Dark Custom line-up
The highlight for motorcycle enthusiasts (and Harley loyalists) should be the Find Your Freedom contest for custom motorcycles. Some of India's best custom bike builders including TNT Motorcycles, Eimor Customs, Motomiu, Tj-Moto and Godspeed Customs will be showcasing their contenders for the title of Custom Champion.
Aspiring Harley-Davidson owners can also experience the lifestyle and culture associated with the brand at the boot camp that will be set up in the same premises on November 1, 2015. The tickets for the boot camp though come at a premium over the season pass for the festival.
Pallavi Singh, director marketing, Harley-Davidson India, said, "Self-expression comes in many forms and for years, Harley-Davidson has been synonymous with customisation. This season of HRR, we will see that live. Enthusiasts will also have an opportunity to experience our new Dark Custom motorcycles which are an ideal choice for riders seeking a stripped down, minimalist machine ready to customise! The Find your Freedom contest at HRR continues, allowing artists the platform to express themselves through music. This year, we once again hope to see some great talent emerge."
The line-up of artists for the 2015 Harley Rock Riders includes Megadeth, The Wailers (of Bob Marley and The Wailers), Scribe, Bhayanak Maut, Noiseware, Indus Creed, Superfuzz, Demonic Resurrection and The Lightyears Explode. Head to insider.in to book your tickets. Passes are also available at the Seven Islands Harley-Davidson dealerships at Bandra and Turbhe, Mumbai.
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Countdown to Harley® Rock Riders Season VI begins!
|Experience the mayhem on October 30 31, 2015 with 20 bands, three stages and the roar of Harley-Davidson® motorcycles at Richardson & Cruddas, Mumbai #Itmightgetloud · Megadeth and The Wailers to headline the festival this season · Harley-Davidson's new Dark CustomTM motorcycles to make a debut at the festival · First time at Harley Rock Riders - a special boot camp for brand enthusiasts to experience the iconic Harley-Davidson motorcycles and lifestyle · Independent artists to showcase their music talent through the 'Find Your Freedomcontest, and customizers to showcase their gleaming motorcycles to win the title of 'Custom Champion' Mumbai, September 1, 2015: Harley-Davidson India and Only Much Louder are back with Harley Rock Riders (HRR) Season VI on October 30 31, 2015 in Mumbai. This year the mayhem of music and motorcycles will come alive at the iconic Richardson & Cruddas foundry with three stages, 20 bands and thousands of aficionados. This year, the festival has its biggest every lineup featuring the American thrash metal legends Megadeth, the Jamaican reggae pioneers TheWailers alongside some of the loudest Indian rock bands including Scribe, Bhayanak Maut, Indus Creed, Superfuzz, Demonic Resurrection, The Lightyears Explode, among many others. Harley-Davidson celebrates the spirit of Self-Expression Keeping true to its promise of celebrating and supporting independent music artists, Harley Davidson's 'Find Your Freedom Contest' will invite budding Indian artists to showcase their talent and win a chance to perform at HRR. Find inspiration in jaw-dropping Harley customs Harley-Davidson has been the longtime, undisputed leader of custom. This year at HRR, Indian bike builders will go full throttle to make a personal statement through customization of Harley-Davidson motorcycles through the Custom Champions contest. Festival-goers can check out some exciting custom Harleys built by some of India's best custom bike builders such as TNT Motorcycles, Eimor Customs, Motomiu, Tj-Moto and Godspeed Customs. Another exciting addition at this year's HRR is the unique Boot Camp on November 1, 2015 where motorcycle enthusiasts can come and get to know their favorite Harley-Davidson motorcycle better. Harley-Davidson Boot Camp is an opportunity for motorcycle enthusiasts to familiarize themselves with the world renowned Harley-Davidson lifestyle and culture and safely experience a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. Pallavi Singh, Director Marketing, Harley-Davidson India, said, "Self-expression comes in many forms and for years, Harley-Davidson has been synonymous with customization. This season of HRR, we will see that live. Enthusiasts will also have an opportunity to experience our new Dark Custom motorcycles which are an ideal choice for riders seeking a stripped down, minimalist machine ready to customize! The Find your Freedom contest at HRR continues, allowing artists the platform to express themselves through music. This year, we once again hope to see some great talent emerge." Festival tickets will be available in the following formats under 21 ticket at Rs. 1,000, season ticket at Rs 2,000, Harley-Davidson Boot Camp experience ticket at Rs. 1500 and season + Harley-Davidson Boot Camp experience ticket at Rs. 2500. Tickets will be available on Insider.in and at the Seven Islands Harley-Davidson dealerships in Bandra & Turbhe, Mumbai and Two-Rivers Harley-Davidson dealership in Pune starting September 1, 2015. It is time to block your calendars as the countdown for the biggest music and motorcycle festival of the year begins. Stay tuned for more!|
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