1995 Stock Option Plan - Harley-Davidson Inc.


                              HARLEY-DAVIDSON, INC.

                             1995 STOCK OPTION PLAN

                      (as amended through December 8, 1999)

                                    ARTICLE I

                                     PURPOSE

          The purpose of the Harley-Davidson, Inc. 1995 Stock Option Plan is to
provide favorable opportunities for certain selected employees of
Harley-Davidson, Inc. and its subsidiaries to purchase or receive shares of
Common Stock of Harley-Davidson, Inc., or to benefit from the appreciation
thereof. Such opportunities should provide an increased incentive for these
employees to contribute to the future success and prosperity of Harley-Davidson,
Inc., thus enhancing the value of the stock for the benefit of the shareholders,
and increase the ability of Harley-Davidson, Inc. to attract and retain
individuals of exceptional skill upon whom, in large measure, its sustained
progress, growth and profitability depend.

                                   ARTICLE II

                                   DEFINITIONS

     The following capitalized terms used in the Plan shall have the respective
meanings set forth in this Article:

          2.1. BOARD: The Board of Directors of Harley-Davidson, Inc.

          2.2. CODE: The Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.

          2.3. COMMITTEE: The human Resources Committee of the Board; provided
     that if any member of the Human Resources Committee is not both a
     Disinterested Person and Outside Director, the Committee shall be comprised
     of only those members of the Human Resources Committee who are both
     Disinterested Persons and Outside Directors.

          2.4. COMMON STOCK: The common stock of Harley-Davidson, Inc.

          2.5. COMPANY: Harley-Davidson, Inc. and any of its Subsidiaries.

          2.6. DISABILITY: Disability within the meaning of Section 22(e)(3) of
     the Code, as determined by the Committee.

          2.7. DISINTERESTED PERSONS: Non-employee directors within the meaning
     of Rule 16b-3 as promulgated under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as
     amended.

          2.8. EMPLOYER: The entity that employs the employee or Optionee.




          2.9. FAIR MARKET VALUE: The average of the high and low reported sales
     prices of Common Stock on the New York Exchange Composite Tape on the date
     for which fair market value is being determined.

          2.10. ISO: An incentive stock option within the meaning of Section 422
     of the Code and which is designated as an incentive option by the
     Committee.

          2.11. NON-ISO: A stock option which is not an ISO.

          2.12. OPTION: A stock option granted under the Plan. Options include
     both ISOs and Non-ISOs.

          2.13. OPTION PRICE: The purchase price of a share of Common Stock
     under an Option.

          2.14. OPTIONEE: A person who has been granted one or more Options.

          2.15. OUTSIDE DIRECTORS: Outside Directors within the meaning of
     Section 162(m) of the Code and the regulations promulgated thereunder.

          2.16. PARENT CORPORATION: The parent corporation, as define in Section
     424(e) of the Code.

          2.17. PLAN: The Harley-Davidson, Inc. 1995 Stock Option Plan.

          2.18. RETIREMENT: Retirement on or after age sixty-two or, with the
     consent of the Committee, at an earlier age.

          2.19. SUBSIDIARY: A corporation, limited partnership, general
     partnership, limited liability company, business trust or other entity of
     which more than fifty percent (50%) of the voting power or ownership
     interest is directly and/or indirectly held by the Harley-Davidson, Inc.

          2.20. TERMINATION DATE: A date fixed by the Committee but not later
     than the day preceding the tenth anniversary of the date on which the
     Option is granted.

                                   ARTICLE III

                                 ADMINISTRATION

          3.1. The Committee shall administer the Plan and shall have full power
to grant Options, construe and interpret the Plan, establish and amend rules and
regulations for its administration, and perform all other acts relating to the
Plan, including the delegation of administrative responsibilities, which it
believes reasonable and proper.

          3.2. Subject to the provisions of the Plan, the Committee shall, in
its discretion, determine who shall be granted Options, the number of shares
subject to option under any




such Options, the dates after which Options, the dates after which Options may
be exercise, in whole or in part, whether Options shall be ISOs, and the terms
and conditions of the Options.

          3.3. Any decision made, or action taken, by the Committee arising out
of or in connection with the interpretation and administration of the Plan shall
be final and conclusive.

          3.4 To the extent permitted by applicable law, the Committee may, in
its discretion, delegate to the Chief Executive Officer of the Company any or
all of the authority and responsibility of the Committee under the Plan to grant
Options to employees of the Company or its affiliates and/or persons who have
been engaged to become employees of the Company or its affiliates, in each case
other than employees who are, or persons engaged to become employees who upon
employment will be, subject to the provisions of Section 16 of the Securities
and Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, at the time any such delegated authority
or responsibility is exercised. To the extent that the committee has delegated
to the Chief Executive Officer the authority and responsibility of the
Committee, all references to the Committee in the Plan other than in this
Section 3.4 shall include the Chief Executive Officer with respect to the
matters delegated. No such delegation shall preclude the Committee from
exercising the authority and responsibility delegated.

                                   ARTICLE IV

                           SHARES SUBJECT TO THE PLAN

          4.1. The total number of shares of Common Stock available for grants
of Options under the Plan shall be 15,200,000; provided that Options for not
more than 800,000 shares of Common Stock shall be granted to an Optionee in any
calendar year under the Plan, which amount shall be reduced by the amount of
Common Stock subject to options granted to such Optionee in such calendar year
under any other stock option plan of the Company. The foregoing amounts shall be
subject to adjustment in accordance with Article VIII of the Plan. If an Option
or portion thereof shall expire, be canceled or terminate for any reason without
having been exercised in full, the unpurchased shares covered by such Option
shall be available for future grants of Options. An Option, or portion thereof,
exercised through the exercise of a stock appreciation right pursuant to Section
6.7 of the Plan shall be treated, for the purposes of this Article, as though
the Option, or portion thereof, had been exercised through the purchase, that
was so exercised shall not be available for future grants of Options.

                                    ARTICLE V

                                   ELIGIBILITY

          5.1. Options may be granted to key employees of the Company or to
persons who have been engaged to become key employees of the Company. Key
employees will comprise, in general, those who contribute to the management,
direction and overall success of the Company, including those who are members of
the Board. Members of the Board who are not employees of the Company shall not
be eligible for Option grants.





                                   ARTICLE VI

                                 TERM OF OPTIONS

          6.1. OPTION AGREEMENTS: All Options shall be evidenced by written
agreements executed by the Company. Such Options shall be subject to the
applicable provisions of the Plan, and shall contain such provisions as are
required by the Plan and any other provisions the Committee may prescribe. All
agreements evidencing Options shall specify the total number of shares subject
to each grant, the Option Price and the Termination Date. Those Options that
comply with the requirements for an ISO set forth in Section 422 of the Code and
are designated ISOs by the Committee shall be ISOs and all other Options shall
be Non-ISOs.

          6.2. OPTION PRICE: The Option Price shall be set by the Committee;
provided, however, that the price per share shall not be less than the Fair
Market Value of a share of Common Stock on the date the Option is granted.

          6.3. PERIOD OF EXERCISE: The Committee shall determine the dates after
which Options may be exercised in whole or in part. If Options are exercisable
in installments, installments or portions thereof that are exercisable and not
exercised shall accumulate and remain exercisable. The Committee may also amend
an Option to accelerate the dates after which Options may be exercised in whole
or in part. However, no Option or portion thereof shall be exercisable after the
Termination Date.

          6.4. SPECIAL RULES REGARDING ISOS GRANTED TO CERTAIN EMPLOYEES:
Notwithstanding any contrary provisions of Sections 6.2 and 6.3 of the Plan, no
ISO shall be granted to any employee who, at the time the Option is granted,
owns (directly or indirectly, within the meaning of Section 424(d) of the Code)
more than ten percent of the total combined voting power of all classes of stock
of the Employer or of any Subsidiary or Parent Corporation thereof, unless (a)
the Option Price under such Option is at least 110 percent of the Fair Market
Value of a share of Common Stock on the date the Option is granted and (b) the
Termination Date of such Option is a date not later than the day preceding the
fifth anniversary of the date on which the Option is granted.

          6.5. MANNER OF EXERCISE AND PAYMENT: An Option, or portion thereof,
shall be exercised by delivery of a written notice of exercise to the Company
and payment of the full price of the shares being purchased pursuant to the
Option. An Optionee may exercise an Option with respect to less than the full
number of shares for which the Option may then be exercised, but an Optionee
must exercise the Option in full shares of Common Stock. The price of Common
Stock purchased pursuant to an Option, or portion thereof, may be paid:

               a.   in United States dollars in cash or by check, bank draft or
     money order payable to the order of the Company.

               b.   through the delivery of shares of Common Stock with an
     aggregate Fair Market Value on the date of exercise equal to the Option
     Price, or




               c.   by any combination of the above methods of payment.

The Committee shall determine acceptable methods for tendering Common Stock as
payment upon exercise of an Option and may impose such limitations and
prohibitions on the use of Common Stock to exercise an Option as it deems
appropriate, including, without, limitation, any limitation or prohibition
designed to avoid certain accounting consequences which may result from the use
of Common Stock as payment upon exercise of an Option.

          6.6. WITHHOLDING TAXES: The Company may, in its discretion, require an
Optionee to pay to the Company at the time of exercise the amount that the
Company deems necessary to satisfy its obligation to withhold Federal, state or
local income or other taxes incurred by reason of the exercise. Upon or prior to
the exercise of an Option requiring tax withholding, an Optionee may make a
written election to have shares of Common Stock withheld by the Company from the
shares otherwise to be received. The number of shares so withheld shall have an
aggregate Fair Market Value on the date of exercise sufficient to satisfy the
applicable withholding taxes. The acceptance of any such election by an Optionee
shall be at the sole discretion of the Committee. Where the exercise of an
Option does not give rise to an obligation to withhold Federal income taxes on
the date of exercise, the Company may, in it discretion, require an Optionee to
pay to the Company the amount that the Company deems necessary to satisfy its
obligation to withhold Federal, state or local income or other taxes incurred by
reason of the exercise of the Option, in which case the shares of Common Stock
will be released from escrow to a written election to have shares of Common
Stock held in escrow applied toward the Company's obligation to withhold
Federal, state or local income or other taxes incurred by reason of the exercise
of the Option, based on the Fair Market Value of the shares on the date of the
termination of the escrow arrangement. Upon application of such shares toward
the Company's withholding obligation, any shares of Common Stock held in escrow
and not, in the judgment of the Committee, necessary to satisfy such obligation
shall be released from escrow to the Optionee.

          6.7. STOCK APPRECIATION RIGHTS: At or after the grant of an Option,
the Committee, in its discretion, may provide an Optionee with an alternate
means of exercising an Option, or a designated portion thereof, by granting the
Optionee a stock appreciation right. A "stock appreciation right": is a right to
receive, upon exercise of an Option or any portion thereof, in the Committee's
sole discretion, an amount of cash equal to, and/or shares of Common Stock
having a Fair Market Value on the date of exercise equal to, the excess of the
Fair Market Value of a share of Common Stock on the date of exercise over the
Option Price, multiplied by the number of shares of Common Stock that the
Optionee would have received had the Option or portion thereof been exercised
through the purchase of shares of Common Stock at the Option Price, provided
that (a) such Option or portion thereof has been designated as exercisable in
this alternative manner, (s) such Option or portion thereof is otherwise
exercisable, and (c) the Fair Market Value of a share of Common Stock on the
date of exercise exceeds the Option Price.

          6.8. NONTRANSFERABILITY OF OPTIONS: Except as may otherwise be
provided by the Committee, each Option shall, during the Optionee's lifetime, be
exercisable only by the Optionee, and neither it nor any right hereunder shall
be transferable otherwise than by will or




the laws of descent and distribution or be subject to attachment, execution or
other similar process. In the event of any attempt by the Optionee to alienate,
assign, pledge, hypothecate or otherwise dispose of an Option or of any right
hereunder, except as provided for herein, or in the event of any levy or any
attachment, execution or similar process upon the rights or interest hereby
conferred, the Company may terminate the Option by notice to the Optionee and
the Option shall thereupon become null and void.

          6.9. CESSATION OF EMPLOYMENT OF OPTIONEE:

               a.   CESSATION OF EMPLOYMENT OTHER THAN BY REASON OF RETIREMENT,
          DISABILITY OR DEATH. Except as may be otherwise provided by the
          Committee, if an Optionee shall cease to be employed by the Company
          otherwise than by reason of Retirement, Disability, or death, (i) each
          Option held by the Optionee, together with all rights thereunder, that
          is not vested shall terminate on the date of cessation of employment,
          to the extent not previously exercised and (ii) the Optionee shall
          have a period of 90 days from the date of cessation of employment to
          exercise each Option held by the Optionee that is vested on the date
          of cessation of employment. At the end of such 90-day period, each
          such Option that has not been exercised, together with all rights
          thereunder, shall terminate, to the extent not previously exercised.

               b.   CESSATION OF EMPLOYMENT BY REASON OF RETIREMENT OR
          DISABILITY. If an Optionee shall cease to be employed by the Company
          by reason of Retirement or Disability, each Option held by the
          Optionee shall remain exercisable, to the extent it was exercisable at
          the time of cessation of employment, until the earliest of:

                    i. the Termination Date,

                    ii. the death of the Optionee, or such later date not more
               than one year after the death of the Optionee as the Committee,
               in its discretion, may provide pursuant to Section 6.9(c) of the
               Plan,

                    iii. the third anniversary of the date of the cessation of
               the Optionee's employment, if employment ceased by reason of
               Retirement, or

                    iv. the first anniversary of the date of the cessation of
               the Optionee's employment by reason of Disability;

          and thereafter all such Options shall terminate together with all
          rights hereunder, to the extent not previously exercised.

               c.   CESSATION OF EMPLOYMENT BY REASON OF DEATH. In the event of
          the death of the Optionee, while employed by the Company, an Option
          may be exercised at any time or from time to time prior to the earlier
          of the Termination Date or the first anniversary of the date of the
          Optionee's death, by the person or persons to whom the Optionee's
          rights under each Option shall pass by will or by the applicable laws
          of descent and distribution, to the extent that the Optionee was
          entitled to exercise such Option on the Optionee's




          date of death. In the event of the death of the Optionee while
          entitled to exercise an Option pursuant to Section 6.9(b), the
          Committee, in its discretion, may permit such Option to be exercised
          at any time or from time to time prior to the Termination Date during
          a period of up to one year from the death of the Optionee, as
          determined by the Committee, by the person or persons to whom the
          Optionee's rights under each Option shall pass by will of by the
          applicable laws of descent and distribution, to the extent that the
          Option was exercisable at the time of cessation of the Optionee's
          employment. Any person or person to whom an Optionee's rights under an
          Option have passed by will or by the applicable laws of descent and
          distribution shall be subject to all terms and condition of the Plan
          and the Option applicable to the Optionee.

          6.10. NOTIFICATION OF SALES OF COMMON STOCK: Any Optionee who disposes
of shares of Common Stock acquired upon the exercise of an ISO either (a) within
two years after the date of the grant of the ISO under which the stock was
acquired or (b) within one year after the transfer of such shares to the
Optionee, shall notify the Company of such disposition and of the amount
realized upon such disposition.

                                   ARTICLE VII

                 LIMITATIONS AND ACCELERATIONS ON EXERCISABILITY

          7.1. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Plan, in the case of
an ISO, the aggregate Fair Market Value (determined at the time the ISO is
granted) of the shares of Common Stock with respect to which all "incentive
stock options" (within the meaning of Section 422 of the Code) are first
exercisable by the Optionee during any calendar year (under this Plan and under
all other incentive stock option plans of the Employer, any Subsidiary and any
Parent Corporation) shall not exceed $100,000.

          7.2. Each Option granted under the Plan shall have a limited right of
surrender allowing the Optionee to surrender that Option within the 30-day
period following a Change of Control Event and to receive cash, in lieu of
exercising the Option, in the amount by which the highest "COC Fair Market
Value" (as hereinafter defined) of the number of shares of Common Stock covered
by the Option during the 60 days preceding the date on which the Change of
Control Event occurs exceeds the exercise price for the shares of Common Stock
covered by the Option. For this purpose, the "COC Fair Market Value" of the
Common Stock means the closing price of one share of Common Stock as reported on
the New York Stock Exchange Composite Tape. If the Common Stock is not listed or
admitted to trading on the New York Stock Exchange, the COC Fair Market Value of
the Common Stock shall be the closing price of one share of Common Stock on the
principal national securities exchange on which the Common Stock is listed or
admitted to trading, or, if the Common Stock is not listed or admitted to
trading on any national securities exchange, the last quoted sale price or, if
not so quoted, the average of the high bid and low asked prices in the
over-the-counter market of the Common Stock, as reported by the National
Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. Automated Quotations System ("NASDAQ")
or such other system then in use, or, if on any such date the Common Stock is
not quoted by any such organization, the average of the closing bid and asked
prices of the Common Stock as furnished by a professional market making a market
in the Common Stock selected by the Board. If on any such date no market




maker is making a market in the Common Stock or other Stock, the COC Fair Market
Value shall be determined in good faith by the Continuing Directors who are not
Disinterested Persons. For purposes of this Section 7.2:

               (a)  "Change of Control Event" means any one of the following:
          (i) Continuing Directors no longer constitute at least two-thirds of
          the Directors constituting the Board; (ii) any person or groups (as
          defined in Rule 13d-5) under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as
          amended ("Exchange Act")), together with its affiliates, becomes the
          beneficial owner, directly or indirectly, of 20% or more of
          Harley-Davidson, Inc.'s then outstanding Common Stock or 20% or more
          of the voting power of Harley-Davidson, Inc.'s Directors; (iii) the
          approval by Harley-Davidson, Inc.'s stockholders of the merger or
          consolidation of Harley-Davidson, Inc. with any other corporation, the
          sale of substantially all of Harley-Davidson, Inc.'s assets or the
          liquidation or dissolution of Harley-Davidson, Inc., unless, in the
          case of a merger or consolidation, the Continuing Directors in office
          immediately prior to such merger or consolidation constitute at least
          two-thirds of the directors constituting the board of directors of the
          surviving corporation of such merger or consolidation and any parent
          (as defined in Rule 12b-2 under the Exchange Act) of such corporation;
          or (iv) at least two-thirds of the Continuing Directors who are
          Disinterested Persons in office immediately prior to any other action
          proposed to be taken by Harley-Davidson, Inc.'s stockholders or by the
          Board determine that such proposed action, if taken, would constitute
          a change of control of Harley-Davidson, Inc. and such action is taken;
          and

               (b)  "Continuing Director" means any individual who is either
          (i) a member of the Board on the date hereof or (ii) a member of the
          Board whose election or nomination to the Board was approved by a vote
          of at least two-thirds (2/3) of the Continuing Directors (other than a
          person whose election was as a result of an actual or threatened proxy
          or other control contest).

                                  ARTICLE VIII

                                   ADJUSTMENTS

          8.1. If (a) the Company shall at any time be involved in a transaction
to which Section 424(a) of the Code is applicable; (b) the Company shall declare
a dividend payable in, or shall subdivide or combine, its Common Stock; or (c)
any other event shall occur which in the judgment of the Committee necessitates
an adjustment to prevent dilution or enlargement of the benefits or potential
benefits intended to be made available under the Plan, then the Committee may,
in such manner as it may deem equitable, adjust any or all of (i) the number and
type of securities subject to the Plan and which thereafter may be the subject
of Options; (ii) the number and type of securities subject to outstanding
Options; (iii) the Option Price with respect to any Option; and (iv) the number
of shares of Common Stock that may be issued pursuant to Options granted to an
Optionee in any calendar year; provided, however, that each such adjustment, in
the case of ISOs, shall be made in such manner as not to constitute a
"modification" within the meaning of Section 424(h)(3) of the Code. The judgment
of the Committee with respect to any matter referred to in this Article shall be
conclusive and binding upon each Optionee.




                                   ARTICLE IX

                        AMENDMENT AND TERMINATION OF PLAN

          9.1. The Board may at any time, or from time to time, suspend or
terminate the Plan in whole or in part or amend it in such respects as the Board
may deem appropriate, provided, however, that no such amendment shall be made,
which would, without approval of the shareholders:

               a.   materially modify the eligibility requirements for receiving
          Options;

               b.   increase the aggregate number of Shares of Common Stock
          which may be issued pursuant to Options granted under the Plan, except
          as is provided for in accordance with Article VIII of the Plan;

               c.   increase the number of shares of Common Stock which may be
          issued pursuant to Options granted to an Optionee in any calendar
          year, except as is provided for in accordance with Article VIII of the
          plan;

               d.   reduce the minimum Option Price, except as is provided for
          in accordance with Article VIII of the Plan;

               e.   extend the period of granting Options; or

               f.   materially increase in any other way the benefits accruing
          to Optionees.

          9.2. No Amendment, suspension or termination of this Plan shall,
without the Optionee's consent, alter or impair any of the rights or obligations
under any Option theretofore granted to an Optionee under the Plan.

          9.3. The Board may amend this Plan, subject to the limitations cited
above, in such manner as it deems necessary to permit the granting of Options
meeting the requirements of future amendments or issued regulations, if any, to
the Code.

                                    ARTICLE X

                        GOVERNMENT AND OTHER REGULATIONS

          10.1. The obligation of the Company to issue or transfer and deliver
shares for Options exercised under the plan shall be subject to all applicable
laws, regulations, rules, orders and approvals which shall then be in effect and
required by governmental entities and the stock exchanges on which Common Stock
is traded.





                                   ARTICLE XI

                            MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

          11.1. PLAN DOES NOT CONFER EMPLOYMENT OR SHAREHOLDER RIGHTS: The right
of the Employer to terminate (whether by dismissal, discharge, retirement or
otherwise) the Optionee's employment with it at any time at will, or as
otherwise provided by any agreement between the Company and the Optionee, is
specifically reserved. Neither the Optionee nor any person entitled to exercise
the Optionee's rights in the event of the Optionee's death shall have any rights
of a shareholder with respect to the shares subject to each Option, except to
the extent that, and until, such shares shall have been issued upon the exercise
of each Option.

          11.2. PLAN EXPENSES: Any expenses of administering this Plan shall be
borne by the Company.

          11.3. USE OF EXERCISE PROCEEDS: Payments received from Optionees upon
the exercise of Options shall be used for the general corporate purposes of the
Company, except that any stock received in payment may be retired, or retained
in the Company's treasury and reissued.

          11.4. INDEMNIFICATION: In addition to such other rights of
indemnification as they may have as members of the Board, or the Committee, the
members of the Committee and the Board shall be indemnified by the Company
against all costs and expenses reasonably incurred by them in connection with
any action, suit or proceeding to which they or any of them may be party by
reason of any action taken or failure to act under or in connection with the
Plan or any Option granted thereunder, and against all amounts paid by them in
settlement thereof (provided such settlement is approved by independent legal
counsel selected by the Company) or paid by them in satisfaction of a judgment
in any such action, suit or proceeding, except a judgment based upon a finding
of bad faith; provided that upon the institution of any such action, suit or
proceeding a Committee or Board member shall, in writing, give the Company
notice thereof and an opportunity, at its own expense, to handle and defend the
same before such Committee or Board member undertakes to handle and defend it on
such member's own behalf.

                                   ARTICLE XII

                    SHAREHOLDER APPROVAL AND EFFECTIVE DATES

          12.1. The Plan shall become effective when it is approved by the
shareholders of Harley-Davidson, Inc. at a shareholders meeting by the requisite
vote under New York Stock Exchange Rules, Internal Revenue Code Section 162(m)
and Rule 16b-3 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Options may not be
granted under the Plan after April 26, 2005.