Harley Riders Get Tour of New Tomahawk Plant

The Tomahawk Fall Ride is underway in the north and many of the 25,000 riders were looking for shelter in the storm.

For many Harley Davidson riders, touring a plant is more than just a diversion on a rainy Saturday, its a history lesson and a shopping tour.

Harley's new Kapaem Road plant in Tomahawk has only been open for a few months, and early reviews from the tour give it high marks.

This is the third plant in the Tomahawk area. It will specialize in parts and accessories, primarily custom painting and sidecars.

For many visitors, checking out how the company works just makes them happier customers.

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Tomahawk Fall Ride

  • The Tomahawk Fall Ride benefits the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) and has raised nearly $1 million.

  • The Tomahawk Fall Ride is one of the largest community sponsored Harley-Davidson enthusiast events in the Midwest.

  • The event is located every year in downtown Tomahawk, Wisconsin.

  • The Fall Ride occurs on the second weekend after Labor Day every year.

  • An average of 15,000 bikes and 30,000 or more visitors are on hand for the event.

    Source: Web Reports

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