If your dealership can gather 3,500 motorcycles together for a parade, give Paris Harley-Davidson a holler. As of this weekend, Paris H-D set a Guiness World Record for the Most Harley-Davidson Motorcycles in a Parade.
The number to beat was 2,404, which was held by Greece since 2010, and on Oct. 5, the Paris H-D parade crushed that mark with 3,497 motorcycles. Harley enthusiasts from 48 states, Canada and Europe traveled to the event.
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WE DID IT! 🇺🇸 We brought home to AMERICA, The Guinness World Record of the MOST HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES in a PARADE. The number to beat was 2,404 which was held by Greece since 2010, and on October 5th, 2019 we crushed it with 3,497! Thank you to all of the Harley enthusiasts that traveled from 48 States, Canada and Europe to make this possible. A special shoutout and THANK YOU to all the local Law Enforcement, First Responders, and Cox Field Airport! And, we definitely can’t forget those who supported us, volunteered, and who came out to watch this EPIC event! Paris Harley-Davidson & Adam Sandoval couldn’t have made this possible without each and every one of YOU — WE made HISTORY together! 🎥 Credit: Chris Yates Films 🙌🏻 @adamsandoval.official @motorcyclemissions @lawtigers @guinnessworldrecords @harleydavidson #parisharleydavidson #parisharley #parishd #experiencethedifference #harleydavidson #bringithome #bringithome2019 #worldrecord #guinnessworldrecord #adamsandovalrides #scootinamerica #motorcyclemissions #lawtigers #motorcycleparade #paristexas
Paris Harley-Davidson was quick to give props to local law enforcement, first responders and Cox Field Airport, along with countless volunteers and supporters.
Motorcycle philanthropist Adam Sandoval, know for visiting every Harley-Davidson dealership in the lower 48 states to raise money and awareness for military and their families, also was part of the festivities.