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Harley-Davidson Sprint H

The Harley-Davidson Sprint H was a cooperative venture between Harley-Davidson and Aermacchi of Italy. Popular with buyers, the Sprint H had a top speed of 76 mph and buyers could get it for $750. The Sprint H was produced between 1961-1968. If you want one today you’ll be looking at paying $1,800-$4,000. Find out more […]

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Harley Davidson Discontinuing Several Models in 2014

A leaked memo sent out to Harley-Davidson dealers reveals plans to drop several models from the company’s 2014 lineup.

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Harley Davidson Servi-Car 1932-1974

The 1932 Harley Davidson Servi-Car trike was “Intended primarily for use by garages and services stations in the pickup and delivery of customer’s cars.”

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Harley Davidson Inspired Cakes

Trying to think of a cool idea to celebrate with a Harley lover? What about a Harley Davidson inspired cake? We’ve found lots of amazing examples that you can create yourself — or ask your baker to step in!

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Iron 883 Harley – I Love Harley Davidson Bikes

This blacked-out bruiser is a raw, aggressive throwback. No chrome, no apologies—just an authentic ride.       Check It out up close: http://www.harley-davidson.com/en_US/Motorcycles/iron-883.html TweetDid You Like This Post Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Motorcycle Advice: Harley Davidson Rider Gives a New Biker

Motorcycle Advice: Harley Davidson Rider Gives a New Biker   TweetDid You Like This Post Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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How do you measure the value of aHarley-Davidson® motorcycle? Is it possible to put a price on the perfect combination of technology, craftsmanship and 109 years of heritage? The only way to truly understand is to ride one. No compromise.  Click To See This!   For More info http://www.harley-davidson.com/en_US/Motorcycles/why-harley.html TweetDid You Like This Post Use Facebook […]

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Harley Davidson Service School

July 9, 1917 – The first Harley-Davidson Service School class takes place in Milwaukee. The Harley-Davidson Service School was born out of necessity during World War I. With the company concentrating on military production and shipping motorcycles overseas, military quartermasters and mechanics needed extensive instruction into how the motorcycles were built and how to maintain […]

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Mickey Rourke’s Golden Custom Motorcycle by Roland Sands

Mickey Rourke’s Golden Custom Motorcycle by Roland Sands       Mickey Rourke commissioned Roland Sands Design to build a custom Harley-Davidson bike for him to be used as a prop for one of his movies. The result is “Loki”. The bike features custom body work by Roland Sands, two-tone anodized black and gold Boss […]

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With Beer Deal, Harley-Davidson Rides the High Life

Harley Davidson and Miller High Life joined forces to celebrate overlapping 110th year anniversaries. Miller will produce commemorative Harley Davidson designs on 16-ounce High Life beer cans and 150 Harleys with High Life graphics will be given away.

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