Both cultish and classy, rough and comfortable, the Harley commands strong respect in the motorbike world. From the engineering innovations in chrome and steel to riders such as Scott Parker that have scorched racetracks with their speed, the Harley has come to represent a culture of freedom and individuality.
This guide to Harleys provides a complete overview of the history of the Harley: from the first blueprint to the Evolution Engine and beyond.
Introductions to each chapter explore the breadth of Harley culture: from rallies to racing to customised bikes.
Including the Harley models that seared through the motor-biking world, Softails, Sportsters, and Super Glides are featured alongside often overlooked models, making this the most comprehensive guide for any Harley lover, whether H.O.G. or hopeful owner, young or old.
- An international rally of more than 50 Harley models
- Information on Harley history, racing and maintenance
- Complete introduction to Harley culture of freedom and individuality
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 08 / 2006