The Civil Defense motorcycle group of Spokane, Washington in 1954, with 85 members, trained to serve as messengers in case of disaster. This photo shows them in front of Brush Cycle, the local Harley-Davidson dealership at the time.
Flat Tracking it….
The Wall Of Death circa 1929 Yes that is a lion in the side car!
A peek inside the ¼ mile board track Motordrome in St. Louis
from its opening weekend, August 1912. With a banking of
degrees it was the steepest ever constructed.
Racing bikes back in the day was not for the weak
Motorcycle hill climbing on 500+lb hard tail Harley’s was hard.
Circa 1940’s of a lovely lady in beautiful riding gear
November 12, 1918 – Riding his Harley-Davidson motorcycle, Ray Holtz became the first American to enter Germany at the end of WWI. Ray Holtz, a native of Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, rode his sidecar rig across the German border just one day after the signing of the armistice.
Ben Hur had nothing on this guy!
A real Fire Engine! Made by Indian!