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Harley Topper Scooter Tackles Death Valley

Originally posted on Riding Vintage Death Valley… definitely not on the top ten places to ride for many motorcyclists.  Located in the Mojave Desert in Eastern California, Death Valley has the highest reported air temperature on earth, reaching a world … Continue reading

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Jim Davis – Harley Motorcycle Racing Legend

Originally posted on Riding Vintage When people talk about early motorcycle racing legends, one of the first names that comes to mind is Jim Davis.  His racing career spanned more than two decades, riding bikes for both Harley-Davidson and Indian … Continue reading

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The XLA Sportster, Harley’s Last Military V-Twin

Originally posted on Riding Vintage During WWII, Harley-Davidson produced thousands of WLA motorcycles for the United States and it’s Allies.  Some sources estimate the total number of motorcycles at 70,000 units and enough spare parts to build 30,000 more.  Other … Continue reading

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Motorcycle Cannonball 2012 Cross Country Classic Motorcycle Endurance Ride

The Motorcycle Cannonball 2012 endurance ride is scheduled to leave Newburgh, NY on Friday September 7 and roll 3,800 miles across the US to arrive in San Francisco, CA on Sunday, September 23. This ride is for motorcycles made prior … Continue reading

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