Arizona businessman John Morotti has purchased Ray Price Harley-Davidson/Triumph from the namesake’s family.
The family of hall-of-fame motorcycle racing legend Ray Price today announced its decision to sell Ray Price Harley-Davidson/Triumph to John Morotti, an experienced businessman from Arizona who own
The city’s 35-year-old Ray Price Harley-Davidson/Triumph dealership, founded by the legendary motorcyclist of the same name, will be sold to an Arizona businessman who operates three Harley-Davidso
Demo rides are a popular and exciting way for riders to experience first-hand the power and performance of a Harley-Davidson® motorcycle.
Ray Price Harley Davidson is a staple of the Raleigh Christmas parade, and their float is paying a special tribute this year, using it to celebrate their connection with the community.
Harley-Davidson, the Wounded Warrior Project and military enthusiast Adam Sandoval surprised an injured Iraq War veteran Thursday with the gift of a new bike to thank him for his military service.
Last week’s influx of motorcycle enthusiasts into downtown Raleigh for Ray Price Capital City Bikefest made a big impact for two important nonprofit organizations that serve military families.
Bikers from across the country are rolling through downtown Raleigh this weekend for the 13th annual Ray Price Capital City Bikefest.
Some men buy motorcycles when they think they see middle age chasing them down the road.
Downtown Raleigh, North Carolina, will rev into action once again Sept. 22-24, during the 13th annual Ray Price Capital City Bikefest, presented by GEICO Motorcycle.
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