Harley-Davidson has been in the 2-wheeler business for a very long time. How long? Well, long enough that back in 1917, they started producing bicycles as a kind of gateway drug to get younger kids interested in motorcycles. And now, more than 100 years later, they’re reviving those very bicycles.
Commissioned from Chicago’s Heritage Bicycles, these bikes are set to be near-exact replicas of those built back in 1917 – complete with a leather-wrapped coil-spring saddle, kinked top tube, and a custom jumbo chainring. In fact, they even used one of the original bikes kept in Harley’s own museum as reference to make sure they’ve gotten all the details just right. Handmade from the ground up, only ten of these meticulously constructed bikes will ever be made, and they’ll be selling for $4,200 a piece – so now’s your chance to get your hands on a piece of vehicular history.
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