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When was the first harley made?

Asked by stanley singh, 19 May '08 04:30 am
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In 1901, William S. Harley, age 21, drew up plans for a small engine that displaced 7.07 cubic inches (116 cc) and had four-inch (102 mm) flywheels. The engine was designed for use in a regular pedal-bicycle frame.
Answered by samron jude, 19 May '08 04:32 am

 
  
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The first Harley-Davidson motorcycle was not made by accident. In 1902, a 21-year-old man by the name of William S. Harley created a design for a one-cylinder motorcycle. A year later in 1903, he partnered up with 20-year-old Arthur Davidson to assemble the first Harley-Davidson Motorcycle.
Harley-Davidson's first real transaction came courtesy of Henry Meyer, a friend of Harley and Davidson from school. He bought one of the racing motorcycles they two had built. This sparked the beginning of over a hundred years of striving business. They had no idea that some years later, the business they started would be worth millions of dollars, with thousands of employees, and millions of riders.

The first Harley-Davidson motorcycles were built in a 10 by 15 foot wooden shack. It had "Harley-Davidson Motor Company" carved into the wooden door.

Later in 1903, Arthur's brother Walter joined the two founders in the new business. This turned out to be a good decision for all ...more
Answered by sudesh, 19 May '08 06:07 am

 
  
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In 1902
Answered by Kunaal Saigal, 23 May '08 05:39 pm

 
  
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