Harley-Davidson: The Good, the Bad, and the Legendary

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MBI Publishing Company LLC, Dec 1, 2005 - Transportation - 160 pages
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Millions of loyal Harley fans can t be wrong. With their distinctive styling and sound, Harley-Davidson motorcycles have won the hearts of people--from all walks of life and from all over the world. "Harley-Davidson: The Good, the Bad, and the Legendary" captures just what it is about Harleys that make them so popular. This anthology is a tribute not only to this legendary piece of machinery, but also to the stories, history, and lifestyle behind its rise as the world s most popular bike. If you re still in awe of that first Harley, still riding and wrenching on Harleys, or still dreaming Harleys, then this book is for you.
 

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Contents

Introduction
9
In the Beginning
13
The Bike in the Barn or What My Folks Didnt Know Didnt HurtMe
15
No Motorcycles Allowed
25
First Harley
35
Making History
45
My First Motorcycleand What It Led To
47
Catching Up On History
55
A Knucklehead Returns Home
81
Daredevilry
91
Hell Driving
93
Evel Ways
101
Legends
105
Once Upon a Time in the Wild West
107
ReBorn to Be Wild
117
The Mystique
127

Black Leathers and a Stiff Upper Lip
59
On the Road
69
In Pursuit of the Unholy Grail
71
A Work in Progress
77
How Harley Conquered the World
129
This Motorcycle Way
139
The Perfect Vehicle
149
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