OPERATION PERSONAL FREEDOM: RIDE FREE

All current and former U.S. Military personnel can learn to ride for free with H-D™ Riding Academy Seperator graphic

To thank the millions of people who have courageously defended our country and everyone’s personal freedom to ride, Harley-Davidson is offering a free H-D Riding Academy New Rider Course for all current and former U.S. military personnel. The offer runs May 16September 13, 2015.*

In addition to the H-D Riding Academy offer, there is an alternate offer available. With this alternate offer, eligible service members will be eligible to receive a Harley-Davidson® gift card in an amount equal to the value of a course offered at an authorized Motorcycle Safety Foundation or other state accredited riding school, upon proof of completion of a basic motorcycle riding course and a receipt.

Wounded Warrior Project™Harley-Davidson is committed to helping service men and women experience the benefits of the open road. Last November, Harley-Davidson announced a new alliance with Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) that focuses on improving the lives of service men and women who are living with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). To learn more about this new program, Operation Personal Freedom, visit www.h-d.com/military

To take advantage of this offer, follow the link after this paragraph. . After it’s submitted, you’ll be given next steps on how to sign up for a course. Please note: A credit card may be requested to hold a space in the Riding Academy class upon registration. If you are not able to attend the class and do not call ahead to cancel or reschedule, as of May 26, 2015, you may be charged for the full cost of class.

https://ridefree.harley-davidson.com/militarylearntoride/

Submitted by Mel “Griz” Brinkley

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