Apart from its timeless cruisers which have stood the test of time, Harley-Davidson prides itself with its die-hard community of passionate riders. Motorcyclists from all walks of life, from all over the world, and across all ages, have shared the love for the all-American icon. Here in the Philippines, the Harley-Davidson fanbase is stronger than ever, and it continues to grow thanks to new and exciting bikes, events, and promotions by the MoCo.
In 2021, Harley-Davidson adapted to the global health crisis by shifting its popular HOG Rally into the virtual sphere. This time around, despite restrictions surrounding the virus more or less lifted in most parts of the world, Harley-Davidson is continuing the virtual HOG Rally for 2022. Scheduled for Saturday, June 11, 2022, the virtual HOG Rally will be streamed live from 6 to 7PM Philippine time It can be accessed via the brand’s various social networks consisting of Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, as well as a microsite dedicated solely to the 2022 virtual HOG Rally.
During the event, attendees consisting of Harley owners, HOG members, enthusiasts, dealers, and fans across the ASEAN market from Indonesia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, South Korea, and the Philippines, are slated for an enjoyable experience, and the chance to win exclusive prizes and rewards. Registration officially opened on June 9, 2022, via Harley-Davidson’s microsite dedicated to the 2022 virtual HOG Rally.
The virtual HOG Rally in 2022 will last about an hour and will include rider narratives, HOG chat sessions and updates, a special display of the recently launched Harley-Davidson Nightster, a quiz segment, a HOG Custom Kings customization contest with live voting, and live entertainment by Korean pop band "Dickpunks" and Thailand-based music group "Playground." A segment on the HOG Talent Hunt will be introduced to highlight the unique talents from the ASEAN HOG community, making things even more interesting for those in attendance. Matthew Deane Chanthavanij, a prominent Thai singer, model, and actor, will host the rally.