Category Archives: Harley Cutdowns

The earliest customized Harleys referred to as “cut downs”

Random Harley JDH Two Cam Bobber, Cut Down and Hillclimber Classic Motorcycles

Just a few random photos of some classic cut down JDH Two Cam hot rods. Classic Cut Down, Bobber, Hillclimber Harley motorcycles. This last motorcycle (green one) is a future project for American Iron Magazine. This is how it sits … Continue reading

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1928 Harley JDH Two Cam Classic Motorcycle Project

I have long been fascinated with early Harley twins, especially the J series models from the 1920s. The most exciting of these street bikes was the limited production JDH “Two Cam” hot rod Harleys produced and sold in 1928 and … Continue reading

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John Cameron and his classic Harley JDH bob-job motorcycle

One of the men I’d consider a legend among riders of Harley Two Cam motorcycles was John Cameron. I believe this photo was taken of John and his hot rod JDH bob-job on a California road run in 1989. Not … Continue reading

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John Cameron and Lance Tidwell FLXI Mounted 1920s Classic Harley JD Tour?

I found this clipping about well-known JDH riders John Cameron and his pal Lance Tidwell riding their classic Harleys 5,000 miles on their FLXI mounted Harleys. I am curious if anyone knows more info on these “touring” motorcycles. Are they JD based (which is what … Continue reading

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