Freedom Harley-Davidson sold, becomes Avalanche Harley-Davidson

Publish Date: 
Mar 5, 2012

Freedom Harley-Davidson has been sold after 28 years under the same ownership, and changed its name to Avalance Harley-Davidson.

Kenneth Allen sold the dealership, which he renovated from old movie theater and roller rink buildings in Lakewood, Colo., to Michael Veracka Feb. 7. Although the store’s website is still at freedomh-d.com, Veracka renamed the dealership Avalanche Harley-Davidson, and the new name is prominent on the site.

Veracka plans capital improvements to what was one of the first designer Harley dealerships in the country in the mid-1990s. The dealership is home base to the nation’s first HOG chapter, Denver #0407, which was chartered in 1984.

Posted by Holly Wagner

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