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We arenít the biggest. What we are, however, is The Greatest Chapter in HOG. We mean it, believe it, and live by it. And if we have to explain it to you, you won't understand. You have to experience it! Our General Meetings held the fourth Saturday of each month.  at 10:00 AM at 2231 E, Grand Ave (Old VFW), Hot Springs. Check the calendar for any changes.

Keeping the H.O.G. motto alive and thriving, we are a chapter committed to riding and having fun. Whether youíre looking for our next Ride, a monthly social date or information pertaining to one of our upcoming events. Iím sure youíll find what your looking for right here.

Sharing the passion of Riding Harley-Davidson Motorcycles, experiencing the freedom of the open road and the power of the v-twin motor is what brings a diverse collection of motorcyclists together. We ride, safely; have fun, always; tell stories, some true, others embellished. This website helps tell our story but it wonít be complete until you join us and help us ride and have fun. Check out the Hot Springs Chapter of H.O.G., youíll be glad you did.

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Harley-Davidson is recalling nearly 175,000 motorcycles over fears of brake failure. The campaign covers all anti-lock brake-equipped Touring, CVO Touring and VSRC motorcycles made during the 2008 through 2011 model years. Over 30 different models with ABS are affected, include the Road King, Road Glide, Electra Glide and Street Glide. Some police-spec models are also included in the campaign.

Apparently, a failure to flush brake fluid in accordance with the recommended two-year maintenance schedule may result in a valve within the ABS hydraulic control unit becoming impaired by deposits. Such deposits could lead to malfunctioning brakes, including failure.

According to documents related to the recall filing, owners of affected motorcycles may note that "the front brake lever or rear brake pedal will feel 'hard' and will not be able to be actuated right after startup or right after an ABS event."