"HARLEY-DAVIDSON"
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Lloyd Weston's Motorcycle Pictures



 
 


 
This was last year's ride (2012) with my Canadian buddies. I'm the only American on the ride.
Our ride started in Gettysburg and followed the Civil War Trail to Antitum, Harper's Ferry then the Skyline Drive to Monticello.
Next was The Blue Ridge Parkway to The DO-Day Memorial. We then went over into West Virginia. Six great days of riding.
One of the many stops on the Lake George Rally.
This is Whiteface Mountain overlooking Lake Placid.
A great place to stop for a brake

 
Bill's Old Bike Barn is a Museum near Bloomsburg Pa. It has one of the nicest collections of old bikes to be found and Bill is  a really nice fellow and an old Harley Guy. I am enclosing a picture of Bill and his dog (his best friend). I'm 
Bill and his dog

 
Lloyd Weston submitted the following pictures that he took in his travels last summer.  The museum shots are from EMMR. ( Eastern Motorsports Museum of Racing).  The rest are Oley and Germantown, Maryland.
I attempted to name and give the year of some of these bikes. If anyone can help complete this please use this email link to contact me: 

 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 
1981 Harley-Davidson Shovelhead
1981 Harley-Davidson Shovelhead
1981 Harley-Davidson Shovelhead
1981 Harley-Davidson Shovelhead
This is the engine that has been around since the early 80's, was basically the front 2 cylinders off a 350ci small block Chevy, put
into a custom engine block.Generation 1 of that engine, had the front timing cover, timing chain, modified distributor, even an external harmonic balancer. Generation 2, they changed the valve covers, removed the outside balancer and modified the distributor,Generation 3, they tried a pick up for the ignition 
similar to what Harley used. I actually thought about buying 
one of them back in 1984-85. Thought it seemed like a good idea, but then, I spoke to as many people as I could find who had
bought one or who, like me, were thinking about it.
  Super Vee
 
Needless to say, the guys that had one, said it was the biggest
piece of junk they had ever had, couldn't keep them running, 
leaked oil, couldn't find parts, the company (Nostalgia Cycle) 
gave absolutely no support, etc. Not a group of happy campers if you know what I'm saying. The guys who were thinking about buying them were also not happy with the company. Heard alot of them saying the owner (Big Steve) would spend a few minutes on the phone with them and try to blow alot of smoke up you know where to get you to buy this engine. 
Long story short, do a google search for SuperVee engine, you 
will not find alot, but what you will find is alot of dissatisfied 
people. There is 1 guy, an engineer, who has spent the last 20
years on a SuperVee, he has spent close to $30,000 and has
finally gotten his to run pretty well. But he has had to redesign almost everything about it. 
My suggestion, stay away from it. definate Money Pit. and takes
an extreme amount of mechanical knowledge just to get it running.
 Super Vee
   
   
   
   
   
 
1919 Briggs & Stratton
1919 Briggs & Stratton
1919 Briggs & Stratton
   
 
The Wheels Of Time Museum" in Maggie Valley North Carolina. 
The fellow by the Bike is Dale the Museum owner.
The Wheels Of Time Museum
The Wheels Of Time Museum
The Wheels Of Time Museum
   
   
   
1910 Emblem
1910 Emblem
1932 Norton
1938 Triumph Speed Twin
1950s BSA Golden Flash 650
1955 Triumph 650 Bonniville
1961 Triumph 650 Bathtub
1968 Norton Commando 750
1975 Triumph Bonneville 750
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
 A Dan Gurney Alligator
   
1940s Triumph
 
1940's Indian 4
 
   
1970's Norton
A collection of bikes from the 1950's
   

 
And after over 100 years of production we end up
with these future classics
2007 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200L
This bike is owned by Liz Maddox
Click here to go back to the Harley-Davidson's from 1970 to 2008
and beyond

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