By 1920, HD was the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer – with dealerships in 67 countries. One of their featured bikes at the time was the 1000cc Harley-Davidson JD, which became the first motorcycle to ever win a race with an average speed of over 100 mph in 1921, on a board track in Fresno, California.
This specific Harley-Davidson JD Racer (VIN: 22JD3607) was rebuilt in 2008 by Joe Baird Cycle and has no miles since. It’s claimed to be a museum quality restoration that features a Flying Merkel front fork and wheels, as well as the classic Firestone tires.
Find this Harley-Davidson JD Racer for sale in Louisville, Kentucky with bidding up to $11,200 and the reserve not yet met