Is the word Harley trademarked?
In this regard, is the Harley Davidson sound trademark?
A good example is the motorcycle brand Harley-Davidson, which, in 1994, filed a sound trademark application for its distinctive V-twin engine sound. It realized that if it could capture its own sound, it could distinguish the brand at every point of customer interaction.
One may also ask, is the Harley Davidson logo copyrighted? The famous orange and black logo is one of the most recognised in the world and the colours and design have long been trademarked by the American motorcycle manufacturer. It's not only one of the world's most recognised logos, but also one of the most copied and Harley is very protective of its brand.
Also question is, is the Harley Davidson Shield trademark?
Harley-Davidson uses the bar and shield trademarks for restaurant services; and. the bar and shield trademarks for motorcycles are well known irrespective of the well-known status of the word trademarks HARLEY and HARLEY-DAVIDSON.
What sound does a Harley Davidson make?
Harley's engine is designed in the shape of a V and the crankshaft has only one pin, attached to both pistons. That means that both spark plugs fire simultaneously and there is a brief pause after the second fire, instead of firing at even intervals. This also accounts for the popping noises a Harley makes at idle.