Showing 1 bikes that are powered by a straight-six, parallel twin or v-twin engine, were manufactured by Harley-Davidson, have single disc braking at the front and require an A2 class license.
In 1901, childhood friends William S. Harley and Arthur Davidson began working on a small engine for attaching to bicycles. By 1920 Harley-Davidson was the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer. They are known today for large-displacement cruisers ridden by motorcycle gangs and US police forces alike.
2010 Harley-Davidson FXDB Street Bob
Custom / cruiser
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