As you may already know, the motorcycle show is a 3-day event. An event that lets you sit, stand and ride just about any bike displayed. It was there that I knew I wanted to be part of the Harley Family. I looked at every model cruiser in the same class as the HD Breakout. I spoke with the vendors about their respective models. They all had good things to say but none of the dealers other than Harley encouraged me to come back Sunday to test ride a bike. The Harley employees working the show were amazing. My wife and I went back early Sunday morning and went straight to the test riding area. I was so excited, we arrived an hour before rides started. As we waited I walked around looking at every bike Harley had to offer. The Harley staff was so friendly and genuinely excited for me to test ride a bike. As they were detailing the bikes in preparation for the day, they took the time to give me opinions of their favorites and encouraged me to ride everything they had to offer. I rode the HD Breakout and loved it. Because the staff was so encouraging, I test rode a Softail Slim S and a Street Bob as well. I was grateful for their push, because riding other bikes was so enjoyable, and further solidified my decision to buy a Breakout. Since the show I’ve shared this with family and friends, encouraging them to do the same next year. I even sent an email to Harley’s corporate office thanking them and providing names of the staff who made the event so awesome! I’ve never before gone out of my way to contact a company to provide comments, but I’ve also never had such a great experience all around retail or vendor event.