Riding a 1914 Harley 10-B across the U.S.A


I realize this is Harley sponsored, but cool nonetheless. Killer bike, great ride idea. Can’t wait to see more of the bikes that are going to be in the mix.

6 Responses to “Riding a 1914 Harley 10-B across the U.S.A”

  1. El Paintero says:

    This is what I found out about the bikes in the race:

    http://www.motorcyclecannonball.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=54&Itemid=62

    http://massholemoto.blogspot.com/2010/04/gentleman-start-your-engines-pope-sears.html

  2. grail21 says:

    It’s so rad to see the bikes being ridden like they used to be. The idea of riding 90 year old bikes across the country might seem out of place in our modern world. But 90 years ago, taking your bike for a long ride and adventure was not a big deal.

  3. Electra Glide In Blue says:

    Yep, this is going to be fun to watch unfold. With almost 100 entrants, spanning 15 different manufactures from 1908 thru 1916 traveling over 3,200 miles.

    For a little more on the subject; http://www.my68flh.com/2010/04/26/the-pre-1916-motorcycle-cannonball-endurance-run/

  4. MadRiverMoCo says:

    My money is on a Henderson

  5. grail21 says:

    Of course it is.

  6. Mad River Motor Company says:

    Did you notice who is in 1st and 2nd place?

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