Last edited by Chris Haynes; 11-07-2009 at 04:37 PM.
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Harley-Davidson 1907 Double
Even Harley resisted the move to twins. There was a strong feeling that all a guy needed was one cylinder. But as that photo Ken gave us from Edgerton showed, the double fills up the frame to perfection and gives more moting power to boot. Deep mud, sand, and sustained road speed, the twin was the thing. I still believe that 2 is all you need (altho my main bike now is a BMW K100 Four with <shudder> water cooling).
du weißt es doch am besten:
"sometimes there are dark and lonely jobs but goddam it, somebody has to do them" !
Hoffe wir sehen uns bald mal wieder. Fritz
Toronto, circa 1919
There must have been a buildup of excitement that day. Check out the tree climbers!
Some more photos from Norway to keep this thread allive for ever, :-)
Harley with sidecar up North of the polar cicrcle
Another Harley used in the Lapplands for winter transport.
Fritz (Harleysons), love the new apperance of your Harleysons page with the "more" added.
And then there is the idea that we are here on earth to get a certain amount of things done before we die.
This is a great theory.
If it is true, I am so far behind that I will never die...