Honda Presents 84-Year Old Biker with his 55th Honda Motorcycle
If you purchase 54 motorcycles over the course of your life, you are either a longtime enthusiast or a very accident-prone biker. Fortunately, it seems that 84-year-old biker and loyal Honda owner Harry Adler belongs to the former category. That’s why Honda Financial Service rewarded Adler’s loyalty by presenting him with the keys to a free 2015 Honda CB300F—his 55th Honda motorcycle—this Monday at Horner Honda is Salisbury, Maryland.
Of the 55 Honda motorcycles Adler has owned over the course of his life—which include a Helix scooter, Grom, CRF230M, CBR250R, VT600CD, VTX1300, and VTX1800C—48 of them were bought from Horner Honda, and 38 through Honda Financial Services. With the addition of his new CB300F, Adler now has eight Honda motorcycles currently, plus two Honda generators.
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“Over the years, my number-one form of recreation has been motorcycle riding, and based on my experience, Honda is the best,” said Adler, who’s been riding since 1963. “They make a great product, and the people that represent the company are wonderful.”
“The dealers that I’ve been in contact with over the years have always been very responsive and taken really good care of me, especially Horner Honda, which I’ve used for the last 20 years. The CB300F was sort of the one bike that I was missing in my portfolio, and this gift was quite a surprise. I look forward to riding the bike.”
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“It’s rare that a company gets the chance to honor an outstanding customer like Harry Adler, who’s shown unsurpassed loyalty,” said David W. Paul, senior vice president of Amerian Honda Finance Corporation, who personally handed the keys to Adler today. “We’re thrilled to be able to recognize Harry’s longstanding commitment to both the Honda brand and Honda Financial Services. It’s truly a pleasure for us to be able to present Harry with his 55th motorcycle, a new Honda CB300F. We hope his new bike brings him years of riding pleasure and adds to the enjoyment Honda products have already given him over the years. We love having Harry as part of the Honda family.”