Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Oldest Harley Dealer showing support!

A.D. Farrow Company, Harley-Davidson is honored to become a checkpoint for the 2011 Hoka Hey Challenge. The A.D. Farrow name is one that is rich with history and we are eager to take part in the beginning of a tradition and a new chapter in motorcycle history with the prestigious and exhilirating Hoka Hey Ride. 

 A.D. Farrow Company, Harley-Davidson is America's Oldest Harley Dealer™. In 1912 A.D. Farrow bought his first Harley-Davidson motorcycle in Nelsonville, OH and the making of history was in the works. In 1924 the Dealership was moved to Columbus, OH.  A.D. Farrow Company has truly withheld the test of time, surviving the Great Depression, and flourishing into a dealership that prides itself on its rich past and role in the Harley-Davidson community and the community at large.

 A.D. Farrow Company, Harley-Davidson will be turning 100 years old this February and we could not think of a better way to celebrate than by being apart of the Hoka Hey Ride.  This monumental birthday is a celebration of everything A.D. Farrow Company, Harley-Davidson has become and what we will strive to be in the next one hundred years. By stopping at A.D. Farrow Company, Harley-Davidson you are not only stopping at a Dealership but stopping at a tangible piece of Harley-Davidson history. 

1 comment:

  1. A great shop. My suggestion to all you Challengers that have never been in there is to spend at least several hours checking out all the great displays they have. There are some nice classic bikes and the staff is really friendly. I think you all could spend a whole day just looking around, in fact I think you should. After getting checked in just kick back, relax and see all they have to offer.