Harley-Davidson was founded in 1906 and has maintained much of its original character over its life. It now has facilities across the U.S. and the Globe, with its headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Harley’s 900,000 sq. ft. plant in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin is where it makes the engines and transmissions which are then shipped on for final assembly at plants in York, Pennsylvania and Kansas City, Missouri. The Menomonee Falls plant also produces powertrain kits which are then shipped on to its facilities in Brazil and India for final production there.
Harley has been a faithful Pack Mule customer for over 15 years, employing three Pack Mule models:
- Pack Mule’s BC-625 Burden Carrier
- Pack Mule’s BC-600 Burden Carrier
- Pack Mule’s SC-775 Stock Chaser