Harley Davidson Lore: 1966-Present

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Chronicle Books, Aug 1, 2000 - Harley-Davidson motorcycle - 144 pages
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From the gleaming fenders of a H.O.G. "RM" (Harley Owners Group "RM" ) pack of thousands to the lone Peter Fonda's Captain American bike in the film Easy Rider, Harley-Davidson "RM" Lore: 1966-Present offers a rare glimpse into the historical art and lore inspired by this legendary cultural icon. Following in the tracks of the successful Harley-Davidson "RM" Lore: 1903-1965 comes this companion volume of color and duotone images -- both classic and rare -- culled from the famed Pohlman Archives and individual collections around the world. Arranged chronologically, they capture exploits of Evil Knievel, the AMF years, and the creation of the Harley Owners Group, alongside the development of the motorcycles themselves. Historian Herbert Wagner provides detailed captions that reveal the untold stories behind these images, creating a unique scrapbook that embodies the tough, adventuring spirit of the machines, their makers, and their riders. Beautifully designed and produced, this collection will capture the hearts of motorcycle enthusiasts, and hard-core bikers around the world.

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