1934 VL model Harley.
One of the shots from my Monday morning shoot 17th March 2014.
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pknowler asked: Garry - thrilled to see a photo from the Littlecote rally here. I organised the three Littlecote events for Peter de Savary and they were really special. Do you have other pictures?
Hi, I guess I have more pics hidden in slide boxes somewhere. Thanks for organising the Littlecote events as it certainly changed the course of my life since. Cheers,Garry
One of my photos copied out of my book Chopped Harleys. It’s an Arlen Ness Shovelhead taildragger which I photographed in Sitges Spain in the mid 1990s.
Bay Area Diggers belonging to Arlin Fatland of Two Wheelers Denver. After a late night drinking beers at Arlin’s house he still got up at dawn to drag these bikes out of storage and wash them down so I could photograph them. Top guy!
guerillasforever-deactivated201 asked: Hey. I just wrote a thing about the new 500cc and 750cc harleys. I don't know if you've seen them yet but they've been getting a lot of abuse on facebook. I just posted my response on tumblr. I don't know if you'll agree or disagree but I've made up my mind. It'd be cool to hear your thoughts.
I agree with you. My first motorcycle was a Harley-Davidson and it was a 125cc Trail Bike which they built in Italy in the 70s after AMF took over Aermacchi. It was a crappy little 2 stoke but I was happy it had Harley on the gas tank and a Stars $ Stripes No1 logo! I haven’t read the info on these bikes but I guess they are to be built for the India and China markets.
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