In 1981 a group of friends who hung about together and rode Harley-Davidson’s, used to meet up at a motorcycle workshop in Wealdstone Middlesex. The group used to go to HDRCGB rallies and events but eventually decided that they wanted something different. The club name was changed to West London Harley Riders in in 1983 and the first president was Harley Bob, at that time the club consisted of about fifteen members.
In May 2015, the West London Harley Riders presented the FH-DCE SUPER RALLY in Lincolnshire. A great party for in excess of 6000 bikers, drinking 50,000 or more pints of beer, and being entertained by 30 bands, the Knights of the Damned, birds of prey, the last flying Vulcan in the world, the Hurricane and Spitfire of the Battle of Britain flight and the RED ARROWS. The same year the club also organised its annual rally the Burning Budgie in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. What an unforgettable year.
We celebrated our 35th year as West London Harley Riders in 2018 with the raffle of a Harley Davidson Sportster and all profits went to our supported charities. The club is going from strength to strength as we now move into our 37th year and we continue to see all our biking family and friends from all over Europe.
The West London Harley Riders are based near Heathrow Airport. We look forward to meeting everyone at various rallies and events throughout the year.
Watch this space and we’ll see you on the road!