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A member of what can only be termed motorcycling royalty will be in South Africa at the end of April to join Harley-Davison's 110th anniversary celebration at Africa Bike Week in Margate on the KwaZulu-Natal south coast
He's William J 'Bill' Davidson, vice-president of the Harley-Davidson museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, great-grandson of co-founder William A Davidson, and the son of the legendary “Willie G” Davidson, who invented the factory custom bike in 1971 and has been the Motor Company's recognised styling guru ever since.
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Bill Davidson has been riding motorcycles since he was seven and joined the family business since 1984, working his way up through the ranks in various management positions, always focusing on building the brand's relationship with riders around the world.
This will be his first visit to South Africa, and he's looking forward to celebrating with thousands of enthusiasts at Africa Bike Week, South Africa's biggest free motorcycle rally and the largest gathering of Harley-Davidsons on the African continent, with non-stop live entertainment, a ride-in bike show, bars and food vendors, free Harley test rides and a mass ride-out.
“It's always a pleasure to meet Harley-Davidson enthusiasts,” he said, “to talk to them, and ride with them.”