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Welcome to Daytona Beach H.O.G.® 

The Harley Owners Group® Chapter #0652 is much more than just a motorcycle organization.  It’s one million people around the world united by a common passion: making the Harley-Davidson® dream a way of life.  
The mission of HOG — if you choose to accept it — is a simple one:

Ride and Have Fun

Does that sound like something you want to be a part of? Then join H.O.G.® today. You’ll ride. You’ll have fun. Mission accomplished.

HOG Director

Director Richard ‘Stretch’ Sawicki & Ladies-Of-Harley member Connie Sawicki

Greetings and welcome to the Daytona Beach Harley Owners’ Group website. We’re glad you’ve taken the time to visit glad to have you here! You will find us to be very friendly.

We are a H.O.G. Chapter that stands at over 350 members from local, national, and even worldwide locations. We believe we give back to the community more than we ask for, together with our Chapter’s sponsor, Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Daytona Harley-Davidson Dealership. Our main effort is to support Camp Boggy Creek. This is where our donated funds support the operations of this camp in Eustis, FL. We are committed to help those ‘kids in need’, in enjoying their stay at the camp that is free, safe and medically sound for those with severe and life-threatening illnesses, throughout the year.

You will find that we are a very friendly, energetic, charismatic, compassionate, hard working, safety minded, hard riding and fun loving bunch of harley-davidson motorcycle riders, where we live by our motto “Ride and have Fun!

There is also a ‘Ladies-Of-Harley (LOH) group, with 30+ members that meet regularly, and has a separate schedule of it’s own, Like ‘Ladies night out’, ‘Bling Night’, the ‘Witches Tour’, and other social events.

So, thinking about joining a motorcycle group? Like an old cliché we’ve all heard before, “Try it, you’ll like it!”. Come and see what Daytona Beach H.O.G. is all about. You can join as a Life member, Full member, or as an Associate member. You can join us on over 250 rides throughout the year, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner rides, social events, State rallies, overnight rides and even a cross-country event.

Read on through the following pages and you’ll find a lot of information pertaining to the ‘Happenings’ within our H.O.G. chapter. Meet our current H.O.G. Board and administrative staff. Please contact one of us for more information about this great H.O.G. Chapter, so you too, can “Ride and have Fun!”

Daytona Beach HOG Chapter Flag

And welcome to Daytona Beach, Florida, “The World’s Most Famous Beach” and Daytona Beach Harley Owner’s Group, the world’s most famous HOG® chapter.  And just what is a HOG?  That would be a member of the Harley Owners Group, or HOG®.  Yes, Harleys are also referred to as HOGs, but not in this instance.  In this instance, it refers to those who ride a Harley and belong to a worldwide organization of Harley owners and lovers.

Dinner Rides, Lunch Rides, Rides “just because”, Traveling HOG rides, Overnight rides, Charity rides, Breakfast rides, the infamous “3 Hat Ride”, the Rolling Thunder ride to Washington D.C., and so many more. Join us on a ride… you don’t have to be a member to ride with us!

Our Charity: Camp Boggy Creek

The purpose of any HOG® Chapter is to promote motorcycling activities for the Harley Owners Group members.  We, at Daytona HOG, encourage a family-oriented organization that portrays a positive image of motorcycling. To help promote a more positive image of motorcycles and bikers, the Daytona Beach Chapter of HOG supports a main cause annually by hosting runs (rides)  to show support for this cause.  Our major cause is the Camp Boggy Creek Ride for Children.  More Info


Safety When Riding is #1

A great resolution – any time of the year – is to add safety to your motorcycle riding.

Accidents can happen in the blink of an eye. Being prepared can lessen the severity of injuries and even prevent an unfortunate ending to a life. There are a number of ways to be better prepared when riding including taking an advanced rider’s course, carrying a first aid kit, taking a CPR or First Aid course, attending a Road Captain training day (even if you are not a Road Captain), and carrying emergency notification information.   More Info