Lubbock's Wild West Harley Davidson (5702 58th St) would like their sign back, please.

Wild West Harley-Davidson is seeking information leading to the return of our Riding Academy sign. It was taken down Friday May 3rd so we could begin exterior renovations and was stolen the night of the 3rd or early morning of May 4th. 

This is it, and if you have it (or know who does) please return it. In fact, you can return it to our studios (4413 82nd St.) no questions asked and I'll return it myself. You can leave it in the atrium at the back of our building and I'll haul it back.

Wild West Harley-Davidson
Wild West Harley-Davidson

The sign is quite large, about 10 feet, and would not be easily hidden. I hope the person(s) who took have since thought better about trying to keep it/sell it and will make the right choice.

If you see the sign hanging anywhere, for sale online, or have any helpful information that could lead to its recovery, please call WWHD at (806) 791-4597.

The sign was recently taken down from the building because Wild West Harley Davidson is currently undergoing an extensive (and exciting) remodel of their facilities. I'm excited to see just how impressive our Harley Davidson store will be.

On a happier note, WWHD will be hosting its 13th Annual Car & Bike Show on June 15th, 2024. Registration is $10 with a free T-shirt while supplies last. Live music from Jesse Day & The Texas Knights, food trucks, and other fun is planned for the day. You can get more information on their Facebook event page.

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