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

Name

Title

MATTHEW S. LEVATICH

President and Chief Executive Officer

JOANNE M. BISCHMANN

Vice President and Chief Communications Officer

LAWRENCE G. HUND

President and Chief Operating Officer

PAUL J. JONES

Vice President, Strategy & Sustainability and Chief Legal Officer

MICHELLE A. KUMBIER

Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

JOHN OLIN

Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

TCHERNAVIA ROCKER

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.
    Sincerely,
    Todd Fitzpatrick

     
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