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Harley-Davidson, Inc. (HDI)

3/30/2006 Proxy Information

Mr. Conrades, a director of the Company, is the Executive Chairman of Akamai Technologies, Inc. (“Akamai”). The Company and Akamai have continued a commercial relationship that existed before Mr. Conrades joined the Board under which Akamai provides Internet content distribution services. The relationship does not preclude Mr. Conrades from qualifying as an independent director under the Board’s categorical independence standards. The Nominating Committee has considered this relationship under the Company’s Conflict of Interest Process for Directors and Executive Officers. The Nominating Committee has waived any conflict of interest that this relationship may represent on the bases that the relationship existed before Mr. Conrades joined the Board and the fees paid to Akamai were negotiated on an arm’s length basis and are well below the applicable categorical independence standard adopted by the Board.

Mr. Green, a director of the Company, is President and Chief Executive Officer of NAVTEQ Corporation (“NAVTEQ”). The Company and NAVTEQ have continued a commercial relationship that existed before Mr. Green joined the Board under which the Company purchased NAVTEQ data files (NAVSTREETS Premium Product) in 2003 and annual updates to these data files from a third party reseller. The relationship does not preclude Mr. Green from qualifying as an independent director under the Board’s categorical independence standards. The Nominating Committee has considered this relationship under the Company’s Conflict of Interest Process for Directors and Executive Officers. The Nominating Committee has waived any conflict of interest that this relationship may represent on the bases that the relationship existed before Mr. Green joined the Board and the annual maintenance fees paid to the third party reseller for the NAVTEQ product were negotiated on an arm’s length basis and are well below the applicable categorical independence standard adopted by the Board.

Mr. James, a director of the Company, is Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and an equity owner of Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada/Fred Deeley Imports Ltd. (“Deeley Imports”), the exclusive distributor of the Company’s motorcycles in Canada. The Company in 2005 recorded revenue and financial services income from Deeley Imports of $145.1 million and had an accounts receivable balance due from Deeley Imports of $14.8 million as of December 31, 2005. The Company anticipates that it will do a similar amount of business with Deeley Imports in 2006. The Nominating Committee has considered this relationship under the Company’s Conflict of Interest Process for Directors and Executive Officers. The Nominating Committee has waived any conflict of interest that this relationship may represent on the basis that the Company provided the products and services that generated the revenue and income from Deeley Imports in the ordinary course of business at prices and on terms and conditions that the Company believes are the same as those that would result from arm’s length negotiations between unrelated parties.

Ms. Lione is married to a partner in the law firm of Foley & Lardner LLP. That law firm has performed legal services for the Company for many years predating Ms. Lione’s employment at the Company and her spouse’s election to partnership in 2000. In 2005, the Company paid Foley & Lardner LLP approximately $2.1 million for legal services. The increase in fees paid relative to 2004 is primarily a result of legal services provided by Foley & Lardner LLP as one of the law firms representing the Company in various securities-related matters and representing the Company and the individual defendants in various shareholder and ERISA lawsuits. The legal services that Foley & Lardner LLP provides are in areas other than patent and patent related work, Ms. Lione’s spouse’s area of specialty. The Human Resources Committee has considered this relationship under the Company’s Conflict of Interest Process for Directors and Executive Officers. The Committee has waived any conflict of interest that this relationship may represent on the basis that the law firm has had a historical relationship with the Company, the Company does not use the law firm for any patent or patent related legal work and these relationships have been voluntarily disclosed in the Company’s proxy statements since 2001.

3/22/2005 Proxy Information

Mr. Conrades, a director of the Company, is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Akamai Technologies, Inc. (“Akamai”). Effective April 1, 2005, he will be the Executive Chairman of Akamai. The Company and Akamai have continued a commercial relationship that existed before Mr. Conrades joined the Board under which Akamai provides Internet content distribution services. The relationship does not preclude Mr. Conrades from qualifying as an independent director under the Board’s categorical independence standards. The Nominating Committee has considered this relationship under the Company’s Conflict of Interest Process for Directors and Executive Officers. The Nominating Committee has waived any conflict of interest that this relationship may represent on the basis the relationship existed before Mr. Conrades joined the Board and the fees paid to Akamai were negotiated on an arm’s length basis and are well below the applicable categorical independence standard adopted by the Board.

Mr. Green, a director of the Company, is President and Chief Executive Officer of NAVTEQ Corporation (“NAVTEQ”). The Company and NAVTEQ have continued a commercial relationship that existed before Mr. Green joined the Board under which the Company has purchased data files (NAVSTREETS Premium Product) and annual updates to these data files from NAVTEQ. The relationship does not preclude Mr. Green from qualifying as an independent director under the Board’s categorical independence standards. The Nominating Committee has considered this relationship under the Company’s Conflict of Interest Process for Directors and Executive Officers. The Nominating Committee has waived any conflict of interest that this relationship may represent on the basis therelationship existed before Mr. Green joined the Board and the fees paid to NAVTEQ were negotiated on an arm’s length basis and are well below the applicable categorical independence standard adopted by the Board.

Mr. James, a director of the Company, is Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and an equity owner of Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada/Fred Deeley Imports Ltd. (“Deeley Imports”), the exclusive distributor of the Company’s motorcycles in Canada. The Company in 2004 recorded revenue and financial services income from Deeley Imports of $137.6 million and had an accounts receivable balance due from Deeley Imports of $13.1 million as of December 31, 2004. The Company anticipates that it will do a similar amount of business with Deeley Imports in 2005. The Nominating Committee has considered this relationship under the Company’s Conflict of Interest Process for Directors and Executive Officers. The Nominating Committee has waived any conflict of interest that this relationship may represent on the basis that the Company provided the products and services that generated the revenue and income from Deeley Imports in the ordinary course of business at prices and on terms and conditions that the Company believes are the same as those that would result from arm’s length negotiations between unrelated parties.

Ms. Lione is married to a partner in the law firm of Foley & Lardner LLP. That law firm has performed legal services for the Company for many years predating Ms. Lione’s employment at the Company and her spouse’s election to partnership in 2000. In 2004, the Company paid Foley & Lardner LLP approximately $1.7 million for legal services. Such services are in areas other than patent and patent related work, Ms. Lione’s spouse’s area of specialty. The Human Resources Committee has considered this relationship under the Company’s Conflict of Interest Process for Directors and Executive Officers. The Committee has waived any conflict of interest that this relationship may represent on the basis that the law firm has had a historical relationship with the Company, the Company does not use the law firm for any patent or patent related legal work and these relationships have been voluntarily disclosed in the Company’s proxy statements since 2001.

3/22/2004 Proxy Information

Mr. James, a director of the Company, is Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and an equity owner of Fred Deeley Imports Ltd. (“Deeley Imports”), the exclusive distributor of the Company’s motorcycles in Canada. The Company in 2003 recorded revenue and financial services income from Deeley Imports of $135.2 million and had an accounts receivable balance due from Deeley Imports of $19.4 million as of December 31, 2003. The Company anticipates that it will do a similar amount of business with Deeley Imports in 2004. The Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee has considered this relationship under the Company’s Conflict of Interest Process for Directors and Executive Officers. The Committee has waived any conflict of interest that this relationship may represent on the basis that the Company provided the products and services that generated the revenue and income from Deeley Imports in the ordinary course of business at prices and on terms and conditions that the Company believes are the same as those that would result from arm’s-length negotiations between unrelated parties.

Mr. Conrades, a director of the Company, is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Akamai Technologies, Inc. (“Akamai”). The Company and Akamai have continued a commercial relationship that existed before Mr. Conrades joined the Board under which Akamai provides internet content distribution services. The relationship does not preclude Mr. Conrades from qualifying as an independent director under the Board’s categorical independence standards. The Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee has considered this relationship under the Company’s Conflict of Interest Process for Directors and Executive Officers. The Committee has waived any conflict of interest that this relationship may represent on the basis the relationship existed before Mr. Conrades joined the Board and the fees paid to Akamai were negotiated on an arm’s length basis and are well below the categorical independence standard adopted by the Board.

Ms. Lione is married to a partner in the law firm of Foley & Lardner LLP. That law firm has performed legal services for the Company for many years predating Ms. Lione’s employment at the Company and her spouse’s election to partnership in 2000. In 2003, the Company paid Foley & Lardner approximately $1.8 million for legal services. Such services are in areas other than patent and patent related work, her spouse’s area of specialty. The Human Resources Committee has considered this relationship under the Company’s Conflict of Interest Process for Directors and Executive Officers. The Committee has waived any conflict of interest that this relationship may represent on the basis that the law firm has had a historical relationship with the Company, the Company does not use the law firm for any patent or patent related legal work and these relationships have been voluntarily disclosed in the proxy statement since 2001.

3/24/2003 Proxy Information

Mr. James, a director of the Company, is Vice Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and an equity owner of Fred Deeley Imports Ltd. (“Deeley Imports”), the exclusive distributor of the Company’s motorcycles in Canada. The Company in 2002 recorded revenue and financial services income from Deeley Imports of $120.3 million and had an accounts receivable balance due from Deeley Imports of $7.8 million as of December 31, 2002. The Company provided the products and services that generated such revenue and income in the ordinary course of business at prices and on terms and conditions that the Company believes are the same as those that would result from arm’s-length negotiations between unrelated parties. The Company anticipates that it will do a similar amount of business with Deeley Imports in 2003.

Ms. Lione is married to a partner in the law firm of Foley & Lardner. That firm has performed legal services for the Company for many years predating Ms. Lione’s employment at the Company and her spouse’s election to partnership in 2000. In 2002, the Company paid Foley & Lardner approximately $1.87 million for legal services. Such legal services are in areas other than her spouse’s area of specialty.