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Harley-Davidson XLCR - Wikipedia
The Harley-Davidson XLCR was an American café racer motorcycle manufactured by Harley-Davidson between 1977 and 1979.
Some say that designer Willie G. Davidson created it from the existing XLCH Sportster , initially as his personal vehicle.  The bike was actually designed by a committee of three people: Bob Modero (an engineer at Harley) Jim Haubert (Jim Haubert Engineering) hired as an independent Skunkworks contractor and Willie G. Although he...
Date: 2017-09-02 16:55:43
17 Classic Motorcycles From the Harley-Davidson Museum ...
One hundred and five years after creating a legendary motorcycle brand, Harley-Davidson has finally--finally--opened the doors to its much anticipated museum . And after spending the day at the grand opening this weekend, we can say it's been worth the very long wait.
The $75 million, three-building complex, located on a 20-acre peninsula surrounded by canals and designed by Willie...
Date: 2017-09-16 16:00:02
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"Then Came Bronson" Bike
1970 was the second and final season of the American TV show "Then Came Bronson". The show starred wool-capped Michael Parks riding around the country, finding adventure on his red 1969 Sportster XLH. Bud Ekins, the famous Hollywood stunt man, appeared in several episodes. The show and the bike were both popular, prompting Harley-Davidson to offer...
1977 Harley Davidson XLCR | Bike-urious
8-12-13 Update: This bike has been relisted on Craigslist Los Angeles with a price of $9,000 or best offer.
The Harley Davidson XLCR was one of the many bikes in history that was initially hailed as an instant collector bike...that no one bought. Designed by Willie G. Davidson, this bike was supposed to be a black beauty featuring HD's most powerful production engine yet. The lovely siamese...