Where is Harley Davidson Corporate office Headquarters

Harley Davidson Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 3700 W Juneau Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53208, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 414-342-4680
  • Fax Number: 414-343-4621
  • Email: media@harley-davidson.com
  • Number of Employees: 5800
  • Established: 1903
  • Founder: William S. Harley, Arthur Davidson, Walter Davidson & William A. Davidson
  • Key People: Matthew Levatich

Harley Davidson Headquarters Location & Directions

Harley Davidson Headquarters Executive Team




President and Chief Executive Officer


Vice President and Chief Communications Officer


President and Chief Operating Officer


Vice President, Strategy & Sustainability and Chief Legal Officer


Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer


Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer


Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

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  • john shoemaker says:

    i bought a new 2019 tri glide in sept 2019 . when applying for credit I was also sighned up for a Harley Davidson visa which I didn’t ask for and didn’t apply for is this a common practice ? is there some incentive for a sales person or dealership to alow this to happen . I think this is misleading and wrong .

  • John Warzybok says:

    I own a beautiful 2003 Harley Davidson Heritage Softail Classic Anniversary bike. I’m 67 years old and rely on a good windshield to help protect me from the elements. I would love to purchase a Roadglide Limited but disabled Veterans like me simply cannot afford to buy one. I love those Harley fairings! Nobody, I mean no company makes fairings as great as Harley does. I decided to look into fairings for my Heritage and was sorely disappointed by what I found or didn’t find on the market. Overpriced, poor quality, cheap looking!

    M first choice, of course, was to see if Harley made fairings for my model and year bike, they don’t!!! Why not? All I can find out there are these cheap audio fairings with no gauges only speakers and a head unit. Harley does sell both fairing molds for about $1400.00. But finding gauges, connecting everything is just too much for an average Joe.

    Why doesn’t Harley manufacture their beautiful fairings for Road Kings and Softails? A complete fairing with everything in it like their touring bikes would be great! I would love to have a Harley fairing on my Heritage Softail for a reasonable, affordable price.

    It’s all about choice and it’s time Harley made fairings for their Softail as an option!

    I just paid $2,000 for a Hoppe fairing. The fairing came damaged and looked terrible. I had to return it and now I’m not sure it was a good idea especially after looking at a Harley fairing. There’s just no comparison.

    Please, Harley, make one of your awesome fairings to fit my 2003 Heritage!!

    Thank You!

  • Don Behringer says:

    i bought a new harley heritage after i had it for a while the belt started making a squealing noise i complained about it and i was told that harley knows all about it and was trying to fix the problem and they fixed it once and the squealing is back i don’t even 4000 miles on it yet and the noise is very loud its louder then the bike which is very embarrssing to me and my speedometer fogs up i am very fed up i always thought harley was a good bike and it was the bike to have but not anymore i bought my bike at rockstar harley

  • Todd Fitzpatrick says:

    With all due respect, I have made a huge mistake! I have been preparing a TV show on commercial projects with your emblem. I will gladly work with you.
    While on my hard hat (or your hard hat), nothing has quite yet been broadcasted, I am largely proud of your hard hat on my head. My producer has informed me that it is Taboo without your permission. Who would I speak to in matters to this regard?
    Meanwhile, I love my hard hat and do not want to wear any other.
    Please, how do I proceed from here?
    God bless you in all that you do.
    Todd Fitzpatrick

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