Pink Ribbon Rally –lots of pink.

For those of you unable to make it to this year’s Pink Ribbon Rally.
We were able to raise funds for an amazing cause and have a great time doing it.

We would like to thank all those involved that helped to make this such a memorable fundraiser in order to continue for many years to come.

DSC02019Special thanks to Julianne Brough who graced us with her amazing voice and talent.

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Until Next year…

 

 

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Pink Ribbon Rally

This November, we will be hosting our first ever Pink Ribbon Rally at Timpanogos Harley-Davidson to focus on helping those fighting the battle.

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In 2017, over 250,000 estimated new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in women in the U.S., along with more than 64,000 new cases of non-invasive breast cancer. According to www.breastcancer.org, a non-profit organization.

The average costs for treatment differs based on expense of surgery, additional treatments, and chemotherapy; not to mention the pain and suffering that goes along with it.

Join us November 18th, 2017

at Timpanogos Harley-Davidson and make a difference. We’ll be hosting a fundraiser with FREE food, giveaways, a raffle, and much much more! 

Bring all your friends, all the family, and expect to have a great time!

Guess who’s back, back, back…

We are pretty stoked to announce that Cole is back with us once again to perform some pretty insane tricks on some pretty RAD looking Harley’s!

–  FREE Stunt Show –

Some of those “Don’t try this at home” stunts.
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Shout out to illConduct joining us once again as well as the many vendors joining us this year!

Plan to be here all day, because you aren’t going to want to miss the surprise at the end.

 

|| We’ll see you there ||

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TIMP HARLEY BABES

SHOUT OUT to all our ladies who joined us on this year’s Ladies Ride! So awesome to have such a great group of everyone from brand new riders to those who have been riding for years. Braved the random dust and rainstorm heading into Elberta on a 105 degree day!

So, here’s to all my girls who make other girls wish they could ride too.

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All Ladies Ride:

 

Garage Party:

 

We’d LOVE any pictures that we missed! Please tag @timpharley on Instagram or Timpanogos Harley-Davidson on facebook!

Or email them to: deni@timpharley.com

 

babes ride out | 2016

GOOD TIMES, GOOD FRIENDS, TWO WHEELS

What’s better than seeing more and more lady riders on the road?
Watching about 2,200 lady riders from around the United States meet in California for an annual Motorcycle Campout! Groups and groups of ladies with nothing but a duffle bag and a motorcycle heading from Salt Lake City and Utah Valley to Joshua Tree, California the last weekend in October.

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Extremely excited this year to follow our Timp Harley babe, Deni Karly and The Salty Babes that rode the 1200+ miles round trip on their bikes to the event. Packing all their camping stuff for the 6 day trip with nothing other than bungees.

This is the second year that the majority of our group will be heading down to Babes Ride Out in Joshua Tree. Last year was amazing as we rode out with about 14 ladies, a few whom  we met from other states through instagram that were also going. We grew friendships based mainly one common interest:
For the love of riding.

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[left to right] Tammy, Deana, Becki, Crystal, Mary, Deni, McKayleigh, Burgandy, and Katy – Salty Babes.
It was such an awesome experience leaving from Salt Lake and running into people at gas stations in Beaver, Utah or Baker, California that you know from back home. Everyone in different groups choosing different routes. We even ended up meeting someone from Orem who was braving it out on her own to head to BRO, this is how friendships begin!

 


Day 1: Primm, NV. (462 miles)

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Day 2: Joshua Tree. (200 miles)

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Day 3: Salvation Mountain. (165 miles)

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Day 4: Pioneertown. (30 miles)

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Day 5: Mesquite. (293 miles)

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Day 6: Home. (340 miles)
(200 in a downpour rainstorm)

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It’s hard to not make memories with these Salty Babes! 🙂

For a lot of us, me included, this is the longest Harley trip (solo) we’ve been on. It gives a whole new sense of accomplishment being able to power through the mishaps or setbacks that normally can go on with riding in such large numbers. The memories and experiences that we gained throughout that week will forever be unforgettable.
Can’t wait for next year!



For more information on Babes Ride Out & their other events, visit http://www.babesrideout.com
For more information on learning to ride at Timp Harley, visit http://www.timpharley.com
To ride with the Salty Babes, contact us! @saltybabes_

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Challenge Coins

Many of you have seen the challenge coins we have available for sale here at Timpanogos Harley Davidson.

We often are questioned what they are all about.

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History of Challenge Coins:

Challenge Coins surfaced during the World War 1 era. The practice of carrying a coin designed specifically for a unit was popular with the Army Special Forces. Carrying a coin at all times and presenting it when “challenged” to prove affilitation with that unit resulted in a number of consequences for those who could not produce a coin; the most popular required the coinless soldier to buy everyone a round of drinks. That practice continues to be popular today.

TIMP HARLEY || DEMO DAYS.

Friday | 12:00pm-5:00pm

&

Saturday | 10:00am-4:00pm
 Also happening Saturday:

  • Rides will be from 10am-4pm.
  • We will have a live band, The Shovelead Jack band playing.
  • FREE lunch will be provided from 11am-2pm.


FRIDAY & SATURDAY

September 23rd & 24th
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[[Free lunch & Live music Saturday]]

The time has come once again for our FALL Demo Days and this year, Harley Davidson has created a brand new engine for us to enjoy!

The Milwaukee-Eight 107 engine is the most powerful, coolest running motor we’ve ever built. It combines speed with comfortability.


This weekend is your chance to try out the NEW 107 engine on the touring models, try out the 110 motors on our “S-series” models (if you haven’t already), and take out a few of your favorites. No limit per ride, but it will be based off of a first-come, first-serve basis. We hope see everyone there and to hear your feedback on the new engine.

Friday | 12:00pm-5:00pm

Saturday | 10:00am-4:00pm
                Also happening Saturday:

  • Rides will be from 10am-4pm.
  • We will have a live band, The Shovelead Jack band playing.
  • FREE lunch will be provided from 11am-2pm.

Seth Potter’s | RALLY for AUTISM | Sept 17th

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Saturday September 17th, 2016

Annual Ride for Autism

In Memory of our own:
Seth Gordon Potter.

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Join us for an annual ride to remember Seth Potter in his ride to Rally for Autism.

Seth Potter, a long-term sales associate with us here at Timpanogos Harley-Davidson was involved in a fatal motorcycle accident back in December of 2014 leaving him in critical condition. Seth was quickly life-flighted to Utah Valley Regional where he was rushed into surgery and stabilized in a coma for ten days. Seth passed away on December 16th, 2014.

Seth put on the first Rally for Autism back in October of 2014 to support those with autism through ScenicView Academy.

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First Rally for Autism, October 12th, 2014

 

Hard to look like a bad biker when u have a dorky smile on your face every time;)” – Seth Potter.

 

Join us this year in memory of Seth, and to support a great cause.

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