Motorcycle Clubs and Groups

Greater Kansas City H.O.G. Chapter

Written by  November 30, 2003

With over 2,300 members, the Greater Kansas City Harley Owner’s Group (H.O.G.) is the largest H.O.G. chapter in the Midwest. There are currently over 750,000 H.O.G. members world-wide and membership continues to grow. Blue Springs Harley-Davidson and Worth Harley-Davidson North work together to sponsor this active group and provides a monthly meeting location that rotates between the two stores.

Chapter Director, Pat Honn, and the other chapter officers go out of their way to make all new and current members feel welcome, and to ensure that everyone has a fun and safe riding experience on all chapter rides and events. The Greater Kansas City H.O.G. Chapter is a group where people who share a passion for Harley-Davidson motorcycles can come together for a wide variety of fun and worthwhile activities. Between short rides, long rides, dinner rides, charity rides and overnight adventures, there are numerous opportunities to meet new friends and form long lasting relationships.

I joined the Greater Kansas City H.O.G. chapter in 1998 and have made several close friends and riding buddies. One of the many great things about this chapter is there is always something going on. This allows you to participate in as many activities as your hectic schedule will allow, and no matter how often you’re able to attend meetings or events, your fellow members always make you feel like a part of the Harley family. When I joined the Greater Kansas City H.O.G. Group, I also signed up my girlfriend, Margaret, as an Associate member. Margaret has ridden two-up with me on numerous rides and events over the past several years and especially enjoys the charity rides and fund-raiser events.

There are many benefits to joining H.O.G. and the Greater Kansas City H.O.G. Chapter, so make sure to stop in or call Cherie Moppin at Blue Springs Harley-Davidson at (816) 224-5005 or Jacque Hopkins at Worth Harley-Davidson North at (816) 420-9000 for more information!

Story by Mike Schweder