Harley-Davidson: The Ultimate Machine

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Courage Books, 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 176 pages
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Some call it "the ultimate machine." To others it is "the hog" or simply "a classic." The Harley-Davidson's fame is unparalleled, proving it has traveled a long road from its modest beginnings one hundred years ago to its present status as an American legend. Harley Davidson: The Ultimate Machine chronicles the success story of America's favorite motorcycle with hundreds of detailed full-color and black-and-white images, collected experiences of veteran riders, and an in-depth history of the bike's evolution and influence. Harley Davidson captures the freedom and the spirit of the Harley-Davidson that has earned it the admiration of millions of riders, collectors, and enthusiasts around the world.

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Next year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Company, America's lone surviving motorcycle manufacturer. This volume, an updated version of a 1997 work ... Read full review

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Rafferty writes for Cycle Guide, and is a former editor of Cycle News and Big Bike magazines.

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