Zoom in to see nearly a dozen modern and historic Harley-Davidson motorcycles courtesy of Cycle Stop Inc. in a display that complements the Hands-On Harley-Davidson exhibit now on view at The Strong® museum. The display includes:
• A rare replica of the first Harley-Davidson motorcycle, which was created in 1903 by attaching a motor to a bicycle.
• A Topper Scooter, the only model of motor scooter that Harley-Davidson produced in the early 1960s.
• An XR750 racing bike, which daredevil Evel Knievel favored for his famous jumps in the 1970s.
• The 1988 FXRP police motorcycle. It could achieve speeds of nearly 100 MPH.
• A Milwaukee 8, which has two extra valves on each cylinder head to help boost acceleration.
• The 2017 XL883N Iron, described as being a “throwback to the classic Harley-Davidson style and look.”
The modern and vintage motorcycle display and Hands-On Harley-Davidson remain on view through May 7.
Hands-On Harley-Davidson was created by the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum in collaboration with Harley-Davidson Motor Company. Hands-On Harley-Davidson and Harley-Davidson® are trademarks of Harley-Davidson and are used with permission. © 2017 Harley-Davidson. All rights reserved.