Chapter Meetings - Please join us!
During the riding season (May thru September), Chapter Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 PM under the Hogzebo in the park outside the dealership. Meals are served at 6:30 PM during the summer months. Come the winter (October thru April), we meet on the Sales Floor of St. Paul Harley-Davidson® on the first Friday at 7:00 PM inside the dealership. Check the calendar for updates.
Next Chapter Meeting - Friday November 3rd, inside the dealership. The meeting starts at 7:00 PM.
Next L.O.H.® Social - Wednesday November 15th at 6:00 PM.
Find us on social media! You can find us in two different places on Facebook. We have the St. Paul H.O.G.® Chapter page. This page contains news, information, and events brought to you by the board. The other is the SPHD HOG Chapter Members, where all members past and present can share motorcycle related information. You can find them by following these links:
About the St. Paul Harley Owners Group® Chapter
- Mission Statement
- Chapter Activities
- Monthly Meetings
- Charity Events
- Safe Rider Programs
- Ladies of Harley
- Harley-Davidson® Museum
The mission on the St. Paul Harley Owners Group® is to promote safe and responsible activities related to motorcycling for H.O.G.® members, encouraging participation in all H.O.G.® related events. Our goal is to create an increased level of interest for the sport of motorcycling and riding Harley-Davidson® motorcycles, while representing the Chapter positively on a local, state, and national level. At its most basic level, our mission is to ride safe and have fun!
The great thing about chapter activities is how much they reflect the passions and personalities of our chapter's members. Keeping that in mind, here are some of the types of activities out chapter is involved with.
Have a great time with your friends while getting the latest chapter news. Winter meetings (October - April) are held on Friday evenings at 7:00 PM inside St. Paul Harley-Davidson®. Summer meetings (May - September) are held outdoors at the St. Paul Harley-Davidson® Hogzebo at 7:00 PM. Summer meetings include a light meal prepared by chapter volunteers for $3.00 per person.
Short rides, long rides, and even overnight adventures. Building memories and stories to tell. Isn't that what it's all about? The chapter typically has a full weekend riding schedule during the summer and weekly dinner rides led by chapter members.
Chapter participation in the annual Minnesota H.O.G.® Rally is a great way to show off your Harley-Davidson® motorcycle and give your local chapter an opportunity to show your support.
We have a variety of activities you can volunteer for... anything from helping at an event to becoming a chapter officer. We want you to become as involved in the chapter as you want to be. Check with any chapter officer to find out about current volunteer opportunities.
Do some good and meet some fantastic people while having a great time.
Safe Rider Programs
When enough chapter members complete accredited courses, special recognition awards are given.
Ladies of Harley
Ladies of Harley®, a program sponsored by the Harley Owners Group® salutes the woman motorcycle enthusiast whether she rides her own Harley or prefers riding as a passenger. L.O.H.® represents another benefit of your H.O.G.® membership. While not a separate organization, L.O.H.® serves as an integral and vital part of our local St. Paul H.O.G.® Chapter. Ladies of Harley® offers members a special embroidered patch and pin during their first year of membership. Each renewal year L.O.H.® members receive a L.O.H.® pin indicating the year of membership. You must be an active full or associate member of H.O.G.® to be affiliated with Ladies of Harley®. Although L.O.H.® is free of charge, to active H.O.G.® members, the Ladies of Harley® benefit is not automatic. If you would like to join, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harley Davidson Museum
The Harley-Davidson® Museum located in Milwaukee maintains a collection of rivets displayed in various areas around the museum grounds. The St. Paul H.O.G.® Chapter purchased one of these rivets. The first image shows the location of the rivet at the museum.