About The Ladies

Ladies of Harley (LOH) is a program sponsored by the Harley Owners Group (HOG) to support women motorcycle enthusiasts (both riders and passengers). It is a HOG program established to encourage women to become more active in HOG and their local chapters. **You do not have to own or ride your own bike to be a member of LOH. We encourage ladies to participate in Chapter Events as well as Ladies Events.**  If you are a member of our local chapter and a member of National HOG (associate, full or lifetime) you can become a Ladies of Harley member and participate in all LOH activities, rallies and events and receive a pin and patch each year without paying any additional dues.

When We Meet

The PPHOG Ladies of Harley meet on the first Tuesday each month.  During meetings we plan upcoming activities, coordinate HOG meeting breakfasts, and enjoy quality time with quality friends.  Check the calendar for our next meeting time and location restaurant.


Ladies of Harley is a welcoming committee for new members–especially female–to feel at home in their new journey as a motorcycle passenger, rider or supporter. LOH Officers and members organize events for ALL members of PPHOG–both men and women.


No other motorcycle company has helped forge as many relationships as Harley-Davidson. All over the world, Harley riders can find a sense of community and companionship with other riders. Organizations like Harley Owners Group® seek to connect riders so they can share their experiences on the road. Some of them even end up meeting a special someone – finding a common passion in the excitement of riding.

There aren’t many options left for the person seeking pure, unadulterated adventure. Luckily, the excitement-hungry can still climb on a Harley-Davidson® and ride off into the sunset, finding the exhilaration they crave, and discovering new sights and experiences on the open road.

There’s nothing like the feeling of climbing atop a rumbling Harley-Davidson and temporarily leaving your responsibilities behind in the dust. When you’re on the road, you answer only to yourself. How you spend your time is up to you.



Laurel B.


Lana M.