HARLEY-DAVIDSON CLUB FINLAND (reg. association) is a Harley-Davidson riders club founded in 1980. The club aims to uphold and further Harley-Davidsons as a hobby in Finland and to keep in contact with similar clubs and enthusiast abroad. It has over 6000 members.

H-DCF organizes gathering and benefit rides, exhibitions, soirees and gives traffic education. Every year it organizes seven national events in addition to several smaller local events. The biggest of the yearly events is the H-DCF International Rally, so called Main Rally, which has c. 1000-2000 participants from all over the world.

Membership fee includes the Harrikka-bulletin, published four times a year, and the annual H-DCF calendar. The contains includes articles written by members plus product reviews especially done for it. It is also used for sharing information about current topics and events from Finland and abroad as well as notifying members of special benefits and other useful matters.

H-DCF takes actively part in international events. The club is one of the founding members of FH-DCE (Federation of H-D Clubs Europe). The federation is useful for promoting H-D hobbyists interests at a larger scale and keeping in contact with related European clubs.

The club is open for all owners of H-Ds. All activity is based on voluntary work of the members and is funded with membership fees and income from exhibitions and events. The club is not a profitable organization; all of the funds are used for annual activities.