Episode 252 - Vision Sucks, Bronco Rocks, Harley History #5

Hello Boys and Girls  

We continue the History of Harley Davidson this time with a guest, the Motorcycle Men Geography Lesson.   

  • Vision Zero - Not minding their own business   
  • Other Electric Bikes
  • 1400 HP Mustang Mach-E
  • 2021 Ford Bronco
  • MM Geography Lesson
  • This week's History of HD Questions:
    • In 1946 Harley-Davidson made up what percentage of US motorcycle production?
    • In 1948, this 41-year-old feature on Harley’s big twins went away. What was it?
    • With improvements that included the telescoping forks, the new Panhead V-Twin became known as the what?
    • Although discussed in 1946, this feature on Harley Davidson Motorcycles didn’t see the light of day until 1952.
    • What was the name given to the 3 hp, 7cui, S-125 that was introduced in 1947?
    • Bonus Question #1: The suspension on the early Hummer models functioned through the use of what?
    • Bonus Question #2: Which of these companies started making motorcycles first?

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