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  • Ariens Harley
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    Harley-Davidson: A chiseled purchase?

    Then you have a few tensions: Factory original copies are rare. Plus the well-known statement “You don't write anything off on a Harley”. The bike in the photos started life as an 883 Sportster. The block grew to 1200 cc and was further tuned. In the conversion to 'high pot', the builder walked about Read more

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    Ger and the art of Linkert Maintanance

    Ger Dijkshoorn belongs to the kind of men whose production has been discontinued for a while now. Ger is a genetic freebooter, a pure-bred technician and an absolute connoisseur when it comes to Harleys without electronics. And when the box with anecdotes opens, you imagine yourself in another world. Read more

  • Electric driving - Harley Davidson E
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    Electric driving is not new

    Electric driving? That was almost the future a century ago. But then the combustion engines quickly got better, the starter motor was invented and gasoline was nice and cheap. After that, the concept slowly disappeared. Steam propulsion has also once been a serious concept. Now the focus is again on electric driving, which makes our environmental problems pleasant Read more

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    Army motorcycles. 75 years after WWII

    The second world war is 75 years over. But is still 'alive'. There has never been so much re-enactment done as now. And whether that is a tribute or just playing soldier? Pretending is taken pretty far. Because a lot of army motorcycles that pass for German sidecar combinations? Those are Read more

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    Harley-Davidson boat tail. A bridge too far

    The Harley-Davidson boat tail design appeared as an option on 1970 and 1971 Harley-Davidson XLCH and XLH Sportsters. A commotion was needed in Harley land. Because the Japanese had come onto the market in that year with the Honda CB 750 F. And that machine fitted very well into American thinking. The Read more

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    Harley-Davidson: Made in India?

    Harley-Davidson: the survivors The history of Harley also has a long line of 'hairy moments'. But the Americans always managed to turn the tide. This was also the case after the Second World War. Everyone wanted a car. And the people who didn't want a car wanted such a much better performing and handling British motorcycle. Harley Read more

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    Harley-Davidson: the survivors

    Harley-Davidson: the survivors The history of Harley also has a few 'hairy moments'. But the Americans always managed to turn the tide. That they did it in a street fighter way rather than gentlemen? Well, it's the result that counts. This was also the case after the Second World War. Everyone wanted a car. And Read more

  • Verkeerd afgelopen: A Harley WLA
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    Verkeerd afgelopen: A Harley WLA

    Verkeerd afgelopen: A Harley WLA in a condition that would make even the greatest optimist sad. Between 1940-1945 quite a few vehicles ended up under water or in the ground. In the Russian plains between Berlin and Stalingrad, tanks and other weapons of war are still regularly removed from the soil or just Read more

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    Harley-Davidson Topper 

    Many people directly associate Harley-Davidson with the army green Liberator with which the Americans came to liberate our country in 1944, the black and white machines used by the American police to drive around, the heavily modified 'bicycles' from the successful movie 'Easy Rider', the toys of the Hell's Angels, the dazzling chrome-plated monsters that you Read more

  • Captain America
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    Who has the real one?

    Who has the real one? Peter Fonda's Harley from Easy Rider. Real or fake? Captain America was sold by Profiles in History auctioneers this fall for $ 1,35 million. And "Captain America" ​​is the Harley chopper that Peter Fonda rode in Easy Rider. Read more

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