180 riders expected at H.O.G. RallyMore than 180 Harley-Davidson motorcycle riders will be coming to Minot Friday through Saturday as part of the Harley Owners Group’s annual North Dakota State H.O.G. Rally.
More than 180 Harley-Davidson motorcycle riders will be coming to Minot Friday through Saturday as part of the Harley Owners Group’s annual North Dakota State H.O.G. Rally. The two-day event is expected to bring together more than 180 Harley riders for riding, games and fellowship. Events will be held at the Grand International Inn and Roughrider Harley-Davidson of Minot with a poker and observation ride to the Lake Metigoshe/Peace Gardens region. Also included in the activities are a pig roast provided by Roughrider Harley-Davidson, bike games at the Grand International Inn, Music of Firehouse for Friday night entertainment, a tour of the Dakota Territory Air Museum and closing ceremonies with dinner and entertainment.
There are five chapters of the Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) in North Dakota, which are sponsored by Harley-Davidson dealers throughout the state. The Minot H.O.G. Chapter is sponsored by Roughrider Harley-Davidson in Minot; the Mandan H.O.G. Chapter is sponsored by Roughrider Harley Davidson in Mandan; the Jamestown Chapter is sponsored by Stutsman Harley-Davidson in Jamestown; the Grand Forks Chapter is sponsored by Andy’s Harley Davidson of Grand Forks; and the Fargo Chapter is sponsored by Fargo Harley-Davidson.