Soon after Harleys first cruised the streets of Beirut in the 1950s, Hogs of Lebanon was born.
Hogs of Lebanon functions to encourage and promote motorcycling as a means of transportation, sport and recreation, and to establish and maintain good relations between Harley Owners.
Additionally, the groups take advantage of every opportunity to preserve and enhance the rights of bikers in Lebanon.
To date, Hogs of Lebanon has 163 active members and represents approximately 95% of active Harley riders in the country.
The group’s local and international members represent all different social, cultural, political and educational backgrounds and share a passion for motorcycling and a special enthusiasm for Harley Davidson motorcycles.
The club is certified by the Lebanese Ministry of Interior as a non- territorial club that may broaden its affiliation with other regional and international motorcycle clubs.
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