Harley-Davidson motorcycles are made in several locations in the United States, including Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Missouri, and in assembly plants in India and Brazil, as of 2015. The corporation is based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where it originated in 1903. Its international facilities include regional headquarters in England and Singapore.
Harley-Davidson's Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin facility builds transmissions and engines; the company's assembly plants in York, Pennsylvania and Kansas City, Missouri use the parts to assemble the Softail, Touring, Dyna and Sportster model motorcycles. The Menomonee Falls plant also makes the powertrain kits for the Bawal, India and Manaus, Brazil assembly plants. The company website Harley-Davidson.com provides additional details about its other facilities in the United States and around the world.