MOTORCYCLE HILL CLIMB RACE MUSKEGON MICHIGAN PHOTO-INDIAN-HARLEY DAVIDSON RACING

MOTORCYCLE HILL CLIMB RACE MUSKEGON MICHIGAN PHOTO-INDIAN-HARLEY DAVIDSON RACING

1940 Harley-Davidson Enthusiast Cover Photo: Mt. Garfield, on the shores of Lake Michigan, near Muskegon, and scene of the last five annual Natiional Class A hillclimb championships, rears its lofty crest far above the surrounding countryside. Photo taken just before the start of the 1940 National Hillclimb on August 18.

1940 October Harley-Davidson Enthusiast Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue

Joe Petrali and his Harley-Davidson peashooter win all thirteen of the A.M.A. National Championship dirt track races and break s four records in the process.

Joe Petrali and his Harley-Davidson peashooter win all thirteen of the A. National Championship dirt track races and break s four records in the process.

This year begins a seven-year consecutive run of victories at the Daytona 200. The victories will be shared by racers Brad Andres, Johnny Gibson, Joe Leonard and Roger Reiman. All ride Harley-Davidson KR models. Reiman's victory in 1961 is on the new speedway course. | Harley-Davidson 1955

1955 began a string of victories at the Daytona Brad Andres, Johnny Gibson, Joe Leonard and Roger Reiman. All ride Harley-Davidson KR models. Reiman's victory in 1961 was on the new speedway course.

acers pictured with a 1929 DLD “Privateer” racer. A “privateer” was a racing bike that was built without the help or sponsorship of the original manufacturer, as opposed to the Harley-Davidson factory race models. The photo was taken at the Ascot Park races in Los Angeles, on September 22, 1935

A “privateer” was a racing bike that was built without the help or sponsorship of the original manufacturer, as opposed to the Harley-Davidson factory race models. The photo was taken at the Ascot Park races in Los Angeles, on September 1935

Bob (Bobby) Schulteti Flat Track racing his #Harley in 1958

Bob (Bobby) Schulteti Flat Track racing his in 1958

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