The Early
"HARLEY-DAVIDSON"
MOTORCYCLES
1905 and Now up to 2014
Or where ever you want to go with it

The site is now divided in three pages,
Up to 1954,1955 to 1969 and
from 1970 to 2014

This page covers from 1970 to 2014
 

If any of my visitors have newer Harley-Davidson's that they
would like posted on this page.

Please use this email link to submit your
picture or to comment on the page

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Motorcycles and particularly the Harley-Davidson have always interested me.
Although I have never owned one, it was something that was always on my mind.
I have been collecting pictures of old cars, trucks and motorcycles for some time and my collection of Harley-Davidson pictures became such that I thought I would share them. This collection has grown
considerably since I started this web site back in 2006. I even decided to include some of the newer bikes
and now have Harley's up to 2008. 

And please forgive me but I have included some nice old English bikes.
Most of these images have come from news groups but like with my car pages, I invite any of my visitors 
to submit their favorite Harley-Davidson picture or a British bike. All I ask is that they give me their
name and if possible where they live. Street address are not required. If you like, a brief story on the 
bike would be nice.
The email address is johnmacdoanld@summerville-novascotia.com

The History of the Harley-Davidson
"The First Seventy Years"


The 1903 Harley-Davidson Factory
One of my vistors, Brent sent me the following story about this building.
"I was told a interesting story about the original H-D factory (which you have a photo of). When I was in school and started the H-D portion of my schooling we were given a week or so of H-D history before beginning the technical stuff in a lab. The building ultimately had a sad ending to it's existence as we knew it. After being stored for decades disassembled in a H-D factory warehouse someone who was instructed to clean the place up and make some room dug it out of the corner it rested so long in and threw it in the trash. Not a good day for H-D and probably a even worse one for the employee. My instructor was a good man and a forgiving person and said "I'm surprised he made it out alive after making a mistake that big.
I'd at least have sent him home with one less nut.". "

 
Consider the use of motorcycle covers to 
protect your bike

 
History could go a long way.
Let your Harley last with only the genuine Harley Davidson parts!

 
The Harley-Davidson Motorcycle was born in Milwaukee Wisconsin in 1903.
At that time Bill Harley and Arthur Walter Davidson built a one-cylinder motorcycle for their own use.This motorcycle was well built and they ended up selling it. That put them in thebusiness manufacturing motorcycles.
They continued to build motorcycles and by 1908 they had built 154.
Around this time William Davidson joined the company and it wasn't long before they had 20 employees and a new factory.
In 1909 Bill Harley thought that they needed a new engine. he took on the project to built a V Twin engine.It turned out to be a 1000 cubic centimeter, 45 degree V twin engine producing seven horse power. This 45 degree V twin became one of the most recognizable symbols of the Harley-Davidson. The bar and shield logo came in 1910 and is still with them today.
The F Head engine was introduced in 1911 and was the main power plant until 1929 when it was replaced by the flat head engine.
By 1912 Harley-Davidson was ready to expand again into a new 6 story plant.
They also started exporting at this time. 
From 1914 to the 1920's there was much advancement, such as the addition of a sidecar, the three-speed sliding-gear transmission, and the change in styling, which looked more like the motorcycles of today.
In 1928 the first twin-cam engine and front wheel brakes were available. This enabled the motorcycle to reach speeds of more then 85 mph.

The 1930's saw Harley-Davidson break more speed records.
In 1932 the three-wheel Servi-Car was introduced which would become a common police and commercial vehicle.

In 1936 the Knucklehead was launched and the Panhead followed in 1947. 
This machine made the Harley-Davidson American's motorcycle of choice.
During World War II the Harley took an active roll. Civilian production was just about suspended and all efforts were concentrated on war production.
Once the war was over in 1945 civilian production commenced again.
In 1949 the Hydra-Glide was introduced using hydraulic front forks.

The 1950's were not a good time at Harley-Davidson.
The British with their Triumph and BSA motorcycles had 40% of the market.
These were smaller, lighter and in some cases faster bikes.
This problem was met head on and in 1957 with the introduction of the Sportster.
The English stayed on the scene until the Japanese bikes hit the market in the early 60's.
They were small, under powered but cute and did a lot to bring motorcycle to the attention
of the general public.
However they didn't stay small and cute very long.
Companies like Honda, Kawasaki and Suzuki learned real fast and made some real 
fast motorcycles.
Harley was almost put under at this time but they fought back.
In 1969 Harley Davidson merged with American Machine and Foundry Company.
This merger gave them needed cash but produced some poorly built bikes and Harley&American Machine and Foundry Company's reputation suffered greatly.
Harley-Davidson did survive and in 1971 the  ldquo; Cruiser” was born. It was a sporty looking bike with the frame and power train of the FL series.
This motorcycle was a great success and enabled Harley-Davidson to move to a 400,000 square foot plant in York, Pennsylvania.
The 1970's saw Harley win a great many races including four consecutive years of winning the AMA Grand National Championships in dirt track racing.
I will leave the history of the Harley-Davidson at this point with saying that from here on Harley-Davidson never looked back.


There are many other good web sites that will take you beyond the 1970's


We Buy Junk

Feature Bike of the month
 1934 Harley-Davidson VLD 74 ci side valves
 This Harley is owned by Robert Boonstoppel, Belgium He bought the 
bike in The Netherlands in 1962. 
The bike was imported in The Netherlands in 1939 and been hidden during 
World War II from the Germans. Harley-Davidson VLD, 74 ci (1200 cc); side valves ; Gears 1,2,3 and 1 R: Fittings for side car: Color : original olive green

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The following was an email that has been circulating and was sent to me by my brother.
I thought it was a story that should be told again.
If any of you want to pass it around to your friends please feel free to copy it.
JUST A BIKER

I saw you; hug your purse closer to you in the grocery store line. But you didn't see me put an extra $10.00 in the collection plate last Sunday. 
I saw you pull your child closer when we passed each other on the sidewalk. But you didn't see me playing Santa at the local Mall.
I saw you change your mind about going into the restaurant when you saw my bike parked out front. But you didn't see me attending a meeting to raise more money for the hurricane relief.
I saw you roll up your window and shake your head when I rode by. But you didn't see me riding behind you when you flicked your cigarette butt out the car window.
I saw you frown at me when I smiled at your children. But you didn't see me when I took time off from work to run toys to the homeless. 
I saw you stare at my long hair. But you didn't see me and my friends cut ten inches off for Locks of Love. 
I saw you roll your eyes at our Leather jackets and gloves. But you didn't see me and my brothers donate our old
ones to those that had none.
I saw you look in fright at my tattoos. But you didn't see me cry as my children where born or have their name written over and in my heart. 
I saw you change lanes while rushing off to go somewhere. But you didn't see me going home to be with my family.
I saw you complain about how loud and noisy our bikes can be. But you didn't see me when you were changing the CD and drifted into my lane.
I saw you yelling at your kids in the car. But you didn't see me pat my child's hands knowing she was safe behind me. 
I saw you reading the newspaper or map as you drove down the road. But you didn't see me squeeze my wife's leg 
when she told me to take the next turn.
I saw you race down the road in the rain. But you didn't see me get soaked to the skin so my son could have the car to go on his date.
I saw you run the yellow light just to save a few minutes of time. But you didn't see me trying to turn right.
I saw you cut me off because you needed to be in the lane I was in. But you didn't see me leave the road.
I saw you, waiting impatiently for my friends to pass. But you didn't see me. I wasn't there.
I saw you go home to your family. But you didn't see me. Because I died that day you cut me off. 
I was just a biker. A person with friends and a family. But you didn't see me.
Repost this around in hopes that people will understand the biker community..
If you don't repost this, it sucks to be you. I hope you never lose someone that rides.

EVEN IF YOU DON'T LIKE US, RESPECT OUR RIGHTS TO RIDE WHAT WE CHOOSE AND TAKE A FEW EXTRA
SECONDS TO BE SURE WE ARE NOT IN 'YOUR' WAY 

Author Unknown


 
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The Very Early Vintage Harley-Davidson's


1917-1922 Harley-Davidso Model 820 Racing Bicycle
This bike s owned by Bernie Keeling, Gilroy, CA

 
 
 
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Early British and North American Motorcycles

Here is something a little diferent from a guy that loves Harley's and Old trucks


1981 Ford "Harley-Davidson"
This Harley is owned by Mark Taylor, Centerville NB
It was Harley wa seen at the "Fox Mountain Varity Music Festvial, Fox Mountain" 
Nova Scotia, Aug 30, 2014
1981 Ford "Harley-Davidson"
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 1970 Harley XLCH
 1970 Harley XLCH
This bike is owned by Sam Young, Poquoson, VA
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1971 Harley-Davidson FLH Electra Glide
 1971 Harley-Davidson FX Super Glide
This bike is owned by Rick Belbeck, Valens, Ontario, Canada
This bik has has 18000 mi. original.
 
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 1971 Harley-Davidson FLH Electra Glide
 1971 Harley-Davidson FLH Electra Glide
 
 
1972 Harley-Davidson -XR750
1973 Harley-Davidson FL Electra Glide
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 1973 Harley-Davidson FLH
 1973 Harley-Davidson FLH
 This bike is owned by Leror Willard, Pawnee, Oklahoma.
The old bike has a 21” frt wheel and a rigid frame. The motor is a stock 1200cc with stock 4 speed tranny. I do have an S&S carb & electronic ignition, with straight pipes..I prefer risers & drag bars instead of Apes hangers. The seat was made custom locally..
 
   
 1973 Harley Davidson FLH
 1973 Harley Davidson FLH
 This bike is owned by Jacque Carlyle. She has been riding 
this bike for almost 24 years but is having a problem finding 
someone who can keepmit running the way it used.
 
 1975 Harley-Davidson XL1000
 1975 Harley-Davidson XR-750
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 1973 Harley-Davidson FLH (Old Blue)
 1973 Harley-Davidson XL
 This bike is owned by Larry Moore
In Larry's words,
"Old Blue, 1973 FLH,  is my 1st Harley, we have gone about 100,000 miles together. She has been rebuilt a couple of times. 
The last time the heads were completely gone so I went with STD panheads.I go camping because I like to wake up in the woods and not in a motel room. The little trailer carries enough to be comfortable, I keep it light for a good ride."
This bike is owned by Bernie Keeling and Marc Michailoff  and has been restored byMarc Michailoff, Gilroy Calif.
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 1975 Harley-Davidson FX before the rebuild
 1975 Harley-Davidson FX rebuild
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 1975 Harley-Davidson FX before the rebuild
 1975 Harley-Davidson FX rebuild
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 1975 Harley-Davidson FX before the rebuild
 1975 Harley-Davidson FX before the rebuild
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 1975 Harley-Davidson FX Rebuilt Engine
 1975 Harley-Davidson FX Rebuilt Engine
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 1975 Harley-Davidson FX Rebuild
 1975 Harley-Davidson FX after rebuild
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 1975 Harley-Davidson FX after rebuild
 1975 Harley-Davidson FX after rebuild
 This bike is owned by Rick Jones. He had the following to say about his bike.
"When I dug in to it last winter, I soon realized there some major engine damage. The rear jug had disintegrated at high speed, in turn the momentum of the engine pulled the piston off the rod and the rod was wrapped around the crank. Needless to say the cases were cracked so I had to start from scratch. This was my first bike building experience so I needed some help but it looks good, sounds great and is a lot of fun to ride. She sure gets a lot of attention.  I still have some things I want to do to it I guess it will never be finished completely, you know how it is, there is always something to fix or change, but it is fun to ride. I put almost 400 miles on it this summer."
 

Rick Jones' 75 FX today, July 2010


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1975 Harley-Davidson FX
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A few very special newer Harley's


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1980 Harley-Davidson Wide Glide
2007 Harley-Davidson Retro UL springer
 This bike is owned by Kerry Gary from Cornubia, Queensland Australia  This bike is owned by Sherman Jamed from Texas
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 1988 Harley-Davidson Heritage (Before)
  1988 Harley-Davidson Heritage (After)
 This bike belongs to Larry Israel. from Arkansas. The bike is a work in progress but is slowly getting there. He purchased this bike from a friends cousin that now cannot ride due to illness.
He bought it new in 87 and it will bel keep it as he requested. 
This before shot shows his wife acting up a bit.
 
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1981 Harley-Davidson Lowrider with a WideGlide front end
1975 Harley-Davidson FXE with a 1985 front brake
This bike is owned by Pat Challe This bike is owned by Walter Breymann who bought it in Stockton, California in1986. 
He is now riding it across Europe and has had it to Australia.
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1976 Harley-Davidson Liberty Edition Sportster
Two engine Harley built by a Cycle in Dartmouth NS Canada
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1992 Harley-Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic
1992 Harley-Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic
This bike is owned by Ric McNairy ~ a.k.a. Ric McMotorCity.
Ric had this to say about his bike. 
"I put an S&S Super E carb on her & she screams with those Samson pipes. I cut the windshield down a bit to see slightly over it. It's originally a Detroit area bike, but now I have it in Springfield, Illinois and by next week it and I will be locating to Miami as the final destination."

The Police Bikes
The police have used the Harley-Davidson for years.
They found that it was a lot better then the car in
traffic and they could catch the bad guys a lot easier.

Carl Roberts' Chopper


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This is what Carl had to say about his Harley

 I built this bike from scratch in ’99 starting with
a 60’s era broken frame that I was lucky to find
I had been holding on to the motor and transmission 
( casting date 2 / 63 ) for some time waiting for the right parts to come to me. I drew a pencil sketch of what I wanted to end up with, basically a chopper that I owned in the 70’s and sold for a reason I can’t remember anymore. This is the ‘new and improved’ version.
 I'm the white headed guy on the right.

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And Now those Custom Built and Choppers


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1997 Custom Built Speed Demon
1997 Custom Built Speed Demon
This bike is owed and was built by Warren Lane, Miami, FL
 

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1997 Custom Built Speed Demon
1997 Custom Built Speed Demon
 
2003 American Ironworks Savage ST
 
 
 
2003 Custom Built 100ci Hard Tail
2003 Custom Built Motorcycles Soft Tail
2004 Correct Cycle Works Pro Street Chopper Hard Tail
2005 Custom Built Aggressor Detroit Chopper
2005 Raptor Pro Street
2006 Black Widow Pro Street
2006 Custom Built Super Radical Chopper.
2006 Titan Sidewinder SX Chopper

 
This Harley is owned by Dave Grimm, Galesburg, Illinois.  In Daves words 
"The  motorcycle was born a 1972  FX  night train I"ve owned it sence the spring of  1973, It has seen many a different look over the years. Orignal engine and transmission  have been retired into a box. As seen here, it's a 
103 cubic inch with a baker six speed  behind it. I've used Harley parts altered to fit from 1948 to 2008 and homemade, besides Hyperformance, S&S cycle, Jims, RevTech, GMA, Russel, Bub exhaust."
 
 
 
 
 
1976 Harley Davidson FXE Liberty Edition Super Glide
This bike is owned by Joe Ludo
This bike is shown above but deserves to be shown again. 
It is owned and was built by
Warren Lane, Miami, FL 
Warren calls the bike a 1997 Custom Built Speed Demon
 
 
 
 
 

The following bikes down to the Honda Mini Trail are owned
or were owned by Steve Williams, Cuyahoga, Falls, Ohio

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 1972 Harley-Davidson Shortster
 1972 Harley-Davidson Shortster

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 1974 Harley-Davidson X90
 1974 Harley-Davidson X90
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 1975 Harley-Davidson SX 250
 1975 Harley-Davidson SX 250
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 1975 Harley-Davidson SX 250
Honda Mini bikes from the 70's
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1972 Harley Davidson Shortster M65cc
1972 Harley Davidson Shortster M65cc
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1972 Harley Davidson Shortster M65cc
1972 Harley Davidson Shortster M65cc
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1972 Harley Davidson Shortster M65cc
1970 Honda Z50 Mini Trail
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1970 Honda Z50 Mini Trail
1970 Honda Z50 Mini Trail
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1970 Honda Z50 Mini Trail
1975/77 Harley-Davidson SX 250
1979 Harley-Davidson SX 250
This Harvey was submitted by Julio Soto from Caracas, Venezuela.
This was the last year for the SX 250 and this bike was bought new 
and it still has only1005 original miles

 

If anyone has any thing that they would like to add to this section please use the email link below.


1988 Harley-Davidson FLHS
This bike is owned by Hein Schulze, Limburg, the Netherlands
He had the following to say about his bike.
"My ride since 1991 is an 1988 flhs. An oldie more or less, but not yet a classic. I bought this bike second handed in spring 1991 and since then made many trips into mountain areas, Swiss Alps, Spanish and French Pyrenees, Germany, France, took three trips to Lisboa, Portugal. After 23 years on the road the bike needs (and deserves) some mechanical and cosmetical attention. Modifications are an S&S Shorty and a 2-2 Supertrapp exhaust with open end caps. Rode for 5 years with a Whtek fuel injection, but went back to the S&S some 7 years ago. Engien is strong, gearbox shows wear. Still the original belt, however shows tiny cracks and starts to whine. The cosmetical part will include changing headlight gas tank and instruments into the older 70'es look. Been buying second hand parts on e-Bay for about 2 1/2 years and almost done. Now the conversion can start. And although I perform most of the maintenace (am not a trained mechanic) myself, there are two things that bother me a bit: the electrics, but that should be managable, and the top yoke or triple tree. I've heard that, to prevent the gap between 1994 RK gas tank and the nscelle the top yoke has to be modified or changed. Unfortunately nobody can tel me exactly what or how. On several forums guys claim they did the conversion however non on a 1988 frame like mine.
Several years ago I bought a Hot Bike magazine with an article that described the conversion very detailed and with many pictures. The mechanic was called "the doctor". I lost that copy and cannot remember the exact year or month of the magazine. 
Maybe you, or one of your buddies remember this Hot Bike mag with the article and possibly has it saved in the attic? If so, I would like to buy it, or if you don't want to sell the mag, I'd pay for a copy of the article itself. 
Being a Dutchman of course I liked your section on American cars in the Netherlands.
This 1997 Harley-Davidson Road King belongs to Jim Steffee, Red Lion, Pa.
The bike is mainly stock, with the exception of an after market DFO, and a nicely done custom paint. He wanted a retro paint scheme for my classic looking bike, he chose a scheme that was used on the 1933 VL's.The painter had artist's license after the desired scheme was agreed upon, meaning the bags and side covers, I think it's an awesome job.
1997 Harley-Davidson Road King
1997 Harley-Davidson Road King
1997 Harley-Davidson Road King
1997 Harley-Davidson Road King

 
1992 Harley-Davidson Heritage and 1966 Harley Davidson FL Shovel Head
These bikes are owned by Bernd Fey, Black Forest, South Germany
2008 Harley-Davidson Street Glide
Bret Phelps has taken my offer and has submitted his two Harleys
1997 Harley-Davidson FXSTSB Bay Boy
This bike is owned by Brett Phelps
1999 Harley-Davidson Road King Classic
This bike is owned by Peter E. Ottke, San Marcos, California
1999 Harley-Davidson Dyna Wide Glide
This bike is owned by Peter E. Ottke, San Marcos, California
2000 Harley Davidson FXSTD Softail Deuce
This Harley is owned by Luca Manni from Tuscany, Italy
Anni has been doing a lot of work to his Harley. If you are interested in viewing this work go to
his facebook page by clicking here
2000 Harley Davidson FXSTD Softail Deuce
This Harley is owned by Luca Manni from Tuscany, Italy
2000 Harley Davidson FXSTD Softail Deuce
This Harley is owned by Luca Manni from Tuscany, Italy
2000 Harley Davidson FXSTD Softail Deuce
This Harley is owned by Luca Manni from Tuscany, Italy
2001 Harley-Davidson 1200xlc
This bike is owned by Brett Phelps
2008 Harley Davidson Softail Deluxe
This bike is owned by Steven Skaar who is living in London.
He is slowly customising the bike to look more and more vintage.
 
2001 Harley-Davidson FLSTFI Fatboy
This bike is owned by Henk Bouwels, Weert, The Netherlands
2001 Harley-Davidson FLSTFI Fatboy
1998 Harley-Davidson Heritage Springer
This harley is owned by Zocko Groendal, Mission Viejo, CA.
The bike was  given to me by his best friend who lost his battle with cancer.
This bike has 1600 miles on it.
1998 Harley-Davidson Heritage Springer
1998 Harley-Davidson Heritage Springer
2001 Harley-Davidson FLTR Road Glide
This bike is owned by Mike Faulkner. Mike says she's a bit of a Frankenstein, as she's got 
Road King saddlebags, Electra Glide Ultra Classic front and rear fenders, and bars off a Dyna. Lots of custom bits here and there. 68K miles so far, and I'll be riding her for many years to come.
2001 Harley-Davidson FLTR Road Glide
2001 Harley-Davidson FLTR Road Glide
2001 Harley-Davidson FLTR Road Glide
2004 Harley-Davidson Superglide
This bike is owned by Bev Tucci, Burnt Church, NB, Canada
2004 Harley-Davidson Superglide
 2007 Paughco Chopper
This bike is owned by Gary Johnson, Seattle, Washington
Gary had the following to say about his bike.
"It is mostly new, with a 93" S&S motor started as a 2006 Shovelhead cuz they did 
not offer a pan at that time. Baisely Performance (Portland) ported the heads w/ dual plugs.
Baker 4-into-6 tranny,
Paughco frame is 6"up, with 3"out and 35 degrees.
E-Glide wheels and brakes, w/softail triple clamps and 10" over tubes.
LaPera seat, softail oil tank, gas tank holds 4.4 gals.
My longest trip is from Seattle home to Laredo,Tx, an AWESOME ride !!!"
 2007 Paughco Chopper

 
2010 Harley-Davidson FLHTCU 
This bike os owned by Lloyd Weston, York PA about 5 mi from the HD Plant
He had the following to say about his bike and my web site:
"I was visiting your website and enjoyed looking at your many old photos and just thought I would share some of mine as I come from a Motorcycling family dating back to the 1920's and my Grandfather who rode his  entire life. He was a Phila Fireman. My father rode and raced in the 30's and early 40's both Harley's and Indians. Growing up there were always Motorcycles at our house. My Father rode up into his late 70's.
I'm now 74 and ride on average about 10,000 mi yearly. My present ride is a 2010 FLHTCU with about 24,000 mi on it that I bought new. My wife and I do mostly day rides with a few overnighters. I always do 1 or 2 rides a year with my buddies for a week or so. "
The pictures below were were submitted by Lloyd Weston and show his family
from years gone by and the bikes they enjoyed
Click on this link to view other pictures of the above events that were submitted by Lloyd Weston

 
   
   
   
 
   

 
This bike is owned by Jeff W.  He just finished rebuilding/restoring his 1981 FLH Shovelhead. 
It was a complete ground up project. Well 12 years later and close to 40K it's finally done.

 
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1980 Harley-Davidson FXE Shovelhead
1980 Harley-Davidson FXE Shovelhead
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This bike is owned by Steve Williams, Cuyahoga Falls Ohio.
Steve also owns the honda ini and Harley imported bikes shown elsewhere on this page.
1980 Harley-Davidson FXE Shovelhead
 
1989 Harley-Davidson 1200 XL Chopper
This bike was owned by Gary Goodman, Belleview, FL
but he traded it for the 47 WL45 shown above
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2005 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy
This picture was taken at Windsor, Nova Scotia 
and is owned by Jacque
2005 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy
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2005 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy
1997 Harley-Davidson Bad Boy Springer
This bike is owned by Brian Hatano
The 1989 Harley-Davidson XL is owned by Maarten Grooters from the Netherlands. 
The rebuild was started by the previous ownen and completed by Maarten.

 
 1989 Harley-Davidson XL
 1989 Harley-Davidson XL
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 1989 Harley-Davidson XL
 1989 Harley-Davidson XL
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 1989 Harley-Davidson XL
 1989 Harley-Davidson XL
 1989 Harley-Davidson XL
 1989 Harley-Davidson XL
2007 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200L
This bike is owned by Liz Maddox
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2008 Harley-Davdson Softail Deluxe
2008 Harley-Davdson Softail Deluxe
This bike os owned by Ried Becker, Fort Lauderdale, Florida  

 
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