Timpanogos Harley goes to Oregon

There have been so many times we have customers come in from other states and even countries. Our dealership was built to be a destination, not only a stop. This has given us even more opportunities to meet Harley lovers from all  around the world. In fact, some of our best customers do not even live in the same state as us!

Unity, Oregon

One example that stands out is Gene.
Gene and his wife came into our store while visiting his family from Oregon.
He ended up falling in love with our Dyna Low Rider we had on the showroom floor.

In Washington, overlooking the Columbia River.

After financing and a day of figuring out how to get the bike home, Gene decided he would just ride the bike the 817 miles that it would take him to get back to his town in Oregon.

Just off Hwy 46 with the Clackamas River in the background.

We love the kind of impact one person can make on our Timpanogos Harley family. It is such an exciting experience to get to help make dreams a reality.

Silvia in the forest.

His bike, which he has dubbed Silvia has already gone on many adventures with him, and will continue to go on many more for the year.

Thanks Gene!

& we can’t wait to see you on your first visit!


Heated Gear

Believe it or not, riding weather is just around the corner! For some of you hardcore Utahn’s (and the Utah Valley-ans that we’ve seen), you’ve already gotten back on your bikes to come see us! This makes us incredibly happy!

Just remember, proper riding comes with the proper gear. It may be sunny outside, but it is still quite chilly. Harley has made sure they’ve covered bases on keeping you warm and happy on the road.

 Heated gear is available for all our riders out there along with our heated gear experts in our motorclothes department. They will get you hooked-up (literally) to stay warm all winter long.

Multiple styles and sizes available.

Both battery powered and bike-powered options.




1911 Harley-Davidson Model 7A

1911 Harley-Davidson Model 7A.

Authentic 7A Single aka
– The Silent Gray Fellow –

To start this bike, you would pedal like a bicycle.

It did not have a transmission, so speed was controlled by tension on the leather drive belt.


A total of 5,625 Model 7A’s were produced and costed a total of $250 in 1911.
Exact bike can been seen here at Timpanogos Harley-Davidson in Lindon, Utah.

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