Harley-Davidson accelerating its plans for the coming years

Harley-Davidson chairman and CEO Jochen Zeitz on a Harley Pan America, the company’s first entry into the adventure touring segment.
Harley-Davidson chairman and CEO Jochen Zeitz. Credit: Daniel N. Johnson

Jochen Zeitz started riding motorcycles when he was 16. The chairman and chief executive officer of Harley-Davidson Inc. stopped in his 20s before starting again in his 30s.  “It’s a life stage that you have to age into to be ready to ride a Harley, to have the time and the money to actually do

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