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SUMMER EDITION


Harley-Davidson®


of Ottawa wants you to


Experience Life Behind


“Stock” Ultra Limited Touring® $6 bucks a day!


BARS! “The Myth” says “You can’t afford a Harley-Davidson® ”


“The Myth” says “You have to settle for a different brand.” Wrong! “The Truth” is Harley-Davidson®


Rosalie McLean General Manager


has created an extensive line of unique


motorcycles… We have 31 affordable models with a personality and price to suit every rider… visit us and fall in love with your new Harley! The Dark Custom®


line takes on the bare essentials of a pure ride, while our models are decked out and ready to ride.


“The Truth” is you can be on your Harley-Davidson® starting at $8839.00 or


Let us help you experience “Life Behind Bars!” Come and visit with our team who are passionate about the brand. You are not only buying a motorcycle, you are becoming a part of the Harley-Davidson® family. Imagine the smell of fresh leather, the rumble of your pipes, the rush of blood


through your veins as you twist the throttle and feel the freedom of the open road, the wind on your face and the smile that no amount of speed can erase. “The Myth?”… just a myth.


“The Truth?” You can own a Harley-Davidson® and experience “Life Behind Bars.”


I wish to extend my personal invitation to you, to come in and visit the dealership and experience all our team has to offer. We do not just “sell motorcycles.”


We have built a team of friendly, knowledgeable, dedicated people who look forward to delivering a premium experience to you, our customer.


We welcome you to be part of the new beginnings and exciting future of Freedom Harley-Davidson®


of Ottawa.


www.bounder.ca


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