Harley Owners’ ‘Group Therapy’

1,700 Motorcycle Enthusiasts Attend State Rally In City

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Posted: June 30, 2014

A group of riders with the Virginia State H.O.G. Rally heads out on a ride Saturday afternoon in Harrisonburg. Members of H.O.G. — Harley Owners Group — came from 27 states and Canada, to spend three days in the city and touring the Valley. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Thomas Masters, 65, of the Tidewater Chapter of the Virginia H.O.G., shines up his 2010 Ultra for judging Saturday.
Dave “Letterfly” Knoderer, of Plant City, Fla., and owner of Letterfly Design & Mural Artist, pinstripes the fender of a Harley-Davidson during the Virginia State H.O.G. Rally on Saturday in Harrisonburg. More than 1,700 Harley-Davidson enthusiasts attended the rally that began Thursday.
Jack Miller draped the windshield of his Harley with his Shenandoah Valley Chapter vest on Saturday.

HARRISONBURG — The best moments for Harley-Davidson owners often don’t even come atop their beloved motorcycles.

Sure, the rides are thrilling and the scenery is as good as it gets, but it’s time…

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