The Harley Davidson brand has a history of stealing the names of companies it does business with.
In the case of the Japanese motorcycle maker, the first case occurred when Harley Davidson bought the name Harley Davidson Motorcycle in 1980.
The company changed it to Harley Davidson Sport in 1992, which was used by Harley Davidson motorcycles to market the sport bikes from the late 1990s to the early 2000s.
Harley Davidson went on to change the name of its sport model, the Davidson 500, to the Adventure Sport and to its Sportster, which is now used in the Harley-Davidson RC, the new line of sport bikes.
The company then renamed its model, Davidson, and then its sport motorcycles.
That led to the theft of Harley Davidson’s name, as the company attempted to sell the name to a different company.
In 2016, Harley-Davidsons owners were given a letter from the United States Department of Transportation informing them that they had been in possession of the stolen Harley Davidson logo for five years.
The letter came in the form of a digital receipt and included the Harley Davidson name on it.
The name Harley was used in a marketing video in the video.
The Harley- Davidson logo was found to have been stolen in a second theft on May 18, 2017, when a man who was a customer of Harley-davidson stole the Harley brand logo from the Harley Daze in Seattle.
Harley- Davidson said in a statement that it was “aware of the issue and is in the process of contacting the U.S. Department of Transport regarding the issue.”
The company also said that the U,S.
Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is investigating.
“Harley Davidson will work closely with our U.K. and U.A. partners and the CBP to ensure that the stolen brand name is recovered,” the company said in its statement.
Harley-Davidsson’s owners are now asking for help to recover the brand.
“We are seeking any information that will help us identify the individual responsible for the theft, who may have committed this heinous crime,” the owners wrote in a petition to the U to recover their name.
The petition has over 1,500 signatures.
Harly-DavidSON.com is a website that lists all the company’s models, the Harley and Adventure brands, and the names that appear on them.